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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
An Invitation Is extended to all come and visit our store and inspect the complete line of fancy and staple groceries and fresh fruits and vegetables. (service together with courteous treatment with a price assuring good quality is our aim. J.B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Phone East 1148 Calorado near Central. BBQSS 00 0 0 0 0 oio 030138'80 0 000 0 0 808 0 0 000 000 000 0O 00 0E KODAKS AND SUPPLIES! Kodak Finishing and develo ping. Artistic picture framing. See our line of tennis rackets. The best of stationery. Agency for all periodicals. Come in and see our line. Ask the conductor for a free return ticket making the fare 5c round trip from Eagle Rock to Glendale. THE GLENDALE BOOK STORE No. 576 W. Fourth St. Glendale, Cal ElsßSlgliajlßPlH|»&lt;l&gt;&lt;|Hil«l|Sl«|[a|»»||»t|»«|a|B|a|&gt;&lt;|i&lt;|a|a|»«|MlHTglglHMsl|girwllßl|g|»l«r«ll«ll»l«l«lHlHllHl«l«li«n The Los Angeles Examiner The One Live Wire Among the Newspapers of the Great...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Swan’s Dry Goods Store Dry Goods, Notions, Hosier y, Gloves, Underwear, Suspenders, Ties, Handkerchiefs , Sweaters, Umbrellas, Dolls, Toys, Kimonas, Gingham A prons, Nightgowns, Rompers, Ribbons and Laces, Etc. Colorado and Castle. Phone East 2857 Fleece-Lined &amp; Woolen Underwear For Men, Women and Children In Union Suits or Separate Pieces. Just the thing for the cold, chilly evenings. Solid comfort. Prices same as the city and higher quality. You are extended prompter and more courteous treatment. Why not try us? Black Cat Brand Hosiery ROSENBLATTS "Arrow" Collars East 1844 109 S. Ave. 64 a® Repeating Shotguns USED IN THE U. S. ARMY. The U. S. Army authorities know a gun; that is why, when they decided to equip some troops with repeating shotguns, they selected the Winchester in preference to all other makes. The experts of the U S. Ordnance Board also know a gun; that's why,after submitting a Winchester Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they pronounced it safe, ...
MANY NEW HOMES WILL BE ERECTED Edwards and Wildey Company Report Sales at Eagle Rock Office. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
MANY NEW HOMES WILL BE ERECTED Edwards and Wildey Company Report Sales at Eagle Rock Office. Tlie Edwards iV Wildey Company, through thi ir Kagle Koch Manager, Mr, Marry S. Bourne, report a nnmher ol sales since the first of the tear. Among them are the following; For Alphonse Chahonnean to E. (j. Seritsineir, the southeast corner of Royal Drive and Mill avenue, in Mayfair Park, consideration $l5OO. Mr. Seritsineir, a well to-do merchant of C’oenr d'Alene, Idaho, will improve the property I his fall with a handsome home to cost about $6500. In the same tract, for R. E. Johnson of Colorado Springs to Clara T. Ilannaford, the southeast corner of Royal Drive and Mill avenue, 60x156. This lot will also he immediately improved with a handsome bungalow. In I.as Flores Tract to Mr. C. G. Peterson, Pot 35, (&gt;0x175 on west side of Acacia street, $6OO. Mr, Peterson will build a home on the lot this spring, in the same tract. Pot 36 to K. I) Carlson, price $6OO. Also in Pas Flores T...
ANNUAL PICNIC OF lOWA ASSOCIATION Program of Music and Speeches for Wednesday, February 22 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
ANNUAL PICNIC OF lOWA ASSOCIATION Program of Music and Speeches for Wednesday, February 22 The lowa Association of Southern California announces its great annual picnic for 1911. It will he held at F.asthke Park, I.os Angeles, on the 22nd of February. All iowans in Southern California are cordially in \dled to attend and will receive a hearty welcome at this delightful reunion of resident and visiting To wans. All who attend are renneslcd to bring their lunches and stay all day. An excellent program of speeches and music will occupy the afternoon. Further information may he obtained upon application to the secretary, C. IF Parsons, at Artesia, California.
Dance, a Scene of Merriment Offense to Be Repeated on Friday Feb. 3rd [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
Dance, a Scene of Merriment Offense to Be Repeated on Friday Feb. 3rd N ever again will the young people of the valley have a better time than was enjoyed by about fifty guests at the "hard times” dance given by the Fri day Evening Club at Symphony Hall last Friday night. It is quite true that there were no “hard times” costumes the young men having to all appearances spent just as much time in front of their mirrors as the young ladies, in the effort to make themselves look their classiest. One young man, Mr. Fester Rroxhohne by name, made a brave attempt to come attired as hidden, and left at home his tic and collar, lint when he found he was “playing a lone hand.” he pleaded with his cousin. J. William Broxholm -captain of our famous hall team— In lend him the necessary articles, and Hilly being a charitable sort of a lad, couldn't refuse. Then it was “On witli the Dance.” and joy was ecrta.nly nneonfmed. With music played by such artists as Ferdinand Von Grofe, Teddy Bacon, and ...
“RUMORS ARE BASELESS” SAYS RAILWAY PRESIDENT Statements Concerning Eagle Rock-Glendale Line Sale Are Untrue [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
“RUMORS ARE BASELESS” SAYS RAILWAY PRESIDENT Statements Concerning Eagle RockGlendale Line Sale Are Untrue Numerous rumors have recently been in circulation concerning the sale of the Glendale and Kagle Kock railway line to one of the other companies. I'.. D. Goode, president and general manager of the road, states positively that neither of the other roads has at any time negotiated or even intimated that they desired to purchase the road. He said, however, that the road would in all probability be extended to Crescenta and Monte Vista. The property owners throughout the valley are raising a cash bonus and endeavoring to secure a private right of way and if successful the road will he extended from Verdugo Park to Crescenta immediately. McDonald’s Express and Transfer. Both Phones—Home Glendale HI I ; Sunset 4281.
Teachers’ Club Building [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
Teachers’ Club Building Plans for a $lOO,OOO club building as a home for the Los Angeles City leachers’ club culminated Thursday with the announcement of the purchase of a site at 221 South Olive street for $20,000 and the filing of incorporation papers of the Teachers’ Building Association of Los Angeles with a capital stock of $lOO,Thc building will be built and owned by the Teachers’ Building association, but will be leased and occupied by the Teachers’ club. These arc separate organizations, and only subscribers for stock in the building fund are members of the building association. More than $40,000 worth of stock in flic building association has been subscribed, and the first payment has been made on the lot, which is on the west side of South Olive street on the slope of the hill, and is GO feet wide by 170 feet deep. Ihe officers and directors of the new corporation arc as follows: J. B. Millard, president; A. N. Ilathcrcll, vice-president; Miss Nora Sterry, secretary; B. \V...
mu HILLER n»CILL Well-Known Instructor Passes Away at Eagle Rock Home. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
mu HILLER n»CILL Well-Known Instructor Passes Away at Eagle Rock Home. Professor Frederick G. Miller, instructor of German at Occidental Col lege, died Tuesday, Jan. 17th at his home on Kllenwood Drive after a prolonged illness. Because of his failing health I'rof. Miller was granted a leave ol absence lor a year, lions his duties at the college, and lor a while after coming to the valley seemed to he improving. His death was a severe shock to all his friends and associates, and especially to Dr. Baer, who was a close friend. The funeral, which occurred at 2 o’clock on Thursday front the family residence, was in charge of Kev. VV. B. Gantz. "Lead Kindly Light" was sung by the Glee Club of Occidental. Prof. Miller was a graduate of the University of Munich, Germany, he also studied in the University of Berne, Switzerland. His degrees of B. A. and M. A. he received at I Tamil ton College. From 1902 to 1904 he was head master in Latin and Greek at Palmer Institute, and the year followi...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
FIFTH FLOOR—HAMBURGER BUILDING I&lt;K» feet above street noise ami dust. Modern, Forceful, Progressive 27th year—always the leader. Enter any time. F-1850, Main 2.105. EDWARD KING ISAACS, President. mmmimmmmmm — Dr. h. L. l owers Graduate Optician, Every Wednesday at our Optical Department. Everything in the Eye Line : : : : : ; Guernsey’s Jewelry Store 576 West Fourth Street. Glendale, Cal.
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 25 January 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES No community can hope to attain its full share of prosperity until it is incorporated as a municipality. Because a doctor dim Hammed some woman into marrying him. it is no reason that the woman shall receive the title of Mrs, Dr. So and So, is the conclusion of the scribes. The sympathetic, public has contributed $15,000 to the fund for the benefit of the sufferers of the limes disaster and out of this amount that paper has not given a penny. The Eagle Rock Sentinel has a "swell head." the latest production of its able editor. Eagle Rock is certainly forging a "head" in the procession.— Huntington Park Signal. For the year 1910 the lire waste in the United States was something enormous. The losses caused by conflagrations in that year were $222,0 K),(H HI including S2O,OK),(KK) in forest fires. The editor of the San Pedro Pilot has been made the defendant oi a $50,000 damage suit *h'or -hindering one John Anderson whom brother Waite called "Dynamite Anderson." The ad...