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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Daddy ’s Bedtime Story— The Two Dreams round the Tre«»ure •t AM HKUK was once upon n lime In England long ago," said daddy ono I evening, "a poor pedd'er who wanted very much to become rich. B He was an honest, hardworking man. but the times were not very good, so that till his hard work went for naught, and the end of each year found him no richer than lie was at its beginning. “One night he said to ills wife: '1 wish I could find the great sura of money which the old king is said to have buried somewhere in tills town. Many people have searched for it. but no one Inis ever been able to find any trace of it. it is said that there is enough money buried here to make a man rich for life.' "'lton't listen to such foolisli stories,' said Ids wife. "That night the peddler had a strange dream, lie dreamed that if he went to London bridge and stood there watching the river How past he would hear some very good news. The next night he had I lie same dream, and the third night it came again...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE—A few choice roasters, 7 to S pou 111 1 s, at lowest market prices. G. E. Candee, Ellcnwood Drive. 'OR SALE — Smell ccck rt ve. gcod as new. Price $2.50. Twc-barner "Eroline self-generatcr stave, $1.50, M’ts Flacks, Park Ave. and Valley Drive, WANTED T bnv a blue flame f! &lt; tillate burner outfit, complete: must be cheap. Address P, O. Box 106, Glendale, stating price. SPECIAL NOTICES HARDWARE—Faints and Oils, Hardware. W. L. Van Wig, Phenes: East 237.: Home 39301
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
“Pigs Is Pigs” Ami sugar is sugar, but there’s really a world of difference in good sugar and cheap sugar. Same way with all other groceries. You can always taste the cheapness in the cheap kind. He careful to see that your* comes from a quality store, Bon-Ton Ciror.ery G. P. Pollard 848 Eagle Rock Ave. East 400 I!(igl0 Pock M. I:, ('luirch Colorado Boulevard near Castle street .1. M, SPANGLER, Pastor Preaching every Sunday morning at II o’clock; evening services at 7 o'clock: Sunday -chool a! 10 o'clock each Sunday morning. Prayer meeting every Friday evening at 7 o'clock. . Everybody welcome ooooooooooooc aooooooooooooooooeoooooooooooooooooooooo 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000-00000 ('luux hot Nk j ( i&lt; k )tl SUrplu rcl f Congregational r/ o o 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 o o a 0 Corner Colorado Boulevard and Linden Way R EV. AI. h RE I) \V. HARE, Minister Sumlay School (graded, 9:45 a. m.; Morning service, 11 Evening service. 7 o’clock; Woman's Bible class, E'rid...
MAGNIFICENT FLOWERS A PLEASING SIGHT Thousands of Blooms the Very Acme of Perfection [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
MAGNIFICENT FLOWERS A PLEASING SIGHT Thousands of Blooms the Very Acme of Perfection By J. J. Broomall One of the most pleasing sights in Eagle Rock during the last three months ha- been the magnificent display of chrysanthemums to be seen growing at the gardens of J. B. Alenasco on Central avenue, near llill drive. The thousands of gigantic blooms produced by this successful floriculturist were the very acme of perfection in chrysanthemum 'culture, and furnish abundant proof of the skill of the grower as well as the unsurpassed excellence of Eagle Rock climate and soil for growing to perfection the queen of the autumn. Even at th’.s late date flowers are to be seen that would be a credit to any flower show. It must indeed be a revelation to Eastern visitors who see Mr. .MenasCo'- garden to see such flowers grow-i ing out of doors in mid-winter. That there are amatner growers in Eagle Rock who understand growing j line flowers has been fully demonstrated by the splendid chrysanthemu...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
RITCHEY AND GROTTHOUSE "The Eagle Rock Hardware Men” hi !! ■*r Highland Park Store—Both Phones Castle and Colorado Phone East 477 Eagle Rock Dru Company 4J Drugs, Proprietory Medicines and Toilet Articles at city prices CJ Free Delivery Until 6 o’cock p. m. 4J Telephone calls solicited CJ New residents are requested to leave their addresses with us, so we may be able to direeft persons looking for them. Phone East 2694 W. E. Bruce, Proprietor THIS COUPON Is good for a three months (new) subscription to the “Eagle Rock Sentinel” if presented when making a purchase of $l.OO or more of the Eagle Rock Drug Co. O". USED m m Da Y. im L Repeating Shotguns 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...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Water Heaters: Reliable, $16.00; Garland, No. 7, $l4; Garland, No. 10 $16.00. Waterbacks $4.50 connected. DOUILLARD &amp; DOELLE STOVE REPAIRING, RELIABLE PLUMBING STEAM, GAS AND WATER FITTING 1807 North Main Street Phones: East 1370 Los Angeles, Cal. F 5089 ::; Eagle Dale ::: Half in Glendale and half in Eagle Rock, lying on the boulevard from Pasadena to the sea. “The Place to Live.” Grow anything; now have 200 varieties of fruit. Cool mountain water. Climate and soil just right. Electric lights and telephone. Fine large lots. Houses built to suit. SEND FOR PLAT Robert Henry Brown Phone East 119 Eagle Rock Rank Los Angeles, Cal. Swan’s Dry Goods Store Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Suspenders, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Sweaters, Umbrellas, Dolls, Toys, Kimonas, Gingham Aprons, Nightgowns, Rompers, Ribbons and Laces, Etc. Colorado and Castle. Phone East 2837 An Invitation Is extended to all come and visit our store and inspect the complete line of fancy and stap...
TRUSTEES MUTED FOR PROPOSED CUV Improvement League Holds Special Meeting to Discuss Matter of Incorporation [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 February 1911
TRUSTEES MUTED FOR PROPOSED CUV Improvement League Holds Special Meeting to Discuss Matter of Incorporation 5 I'or 1 rustees of the proposed ? c;ty in I'.afile Rock: N GODFREY EDWARDS. \ J( »H.\ T, ISA I I.KV, 5 i; 11 \s, w. v()l ■ x&lt;;. &gt; W. J. C()()K, &gt; \\ , lx. COW \.\, J lor City Clerk: ) J. S. PITMAN', &gt; I' or City Treasurer: &gt; I- Ri:d E Itl lIS ) I'i&gt;r City ,Marshal: ! (IKOKdK HARK. Ihe sped,-il meeting of the liable Rock Improva im-nt League which was held in Symphony Hall was attended by a larger mmiher than any previous me; tine lor a long time since. _ I here were present over two score ol men and also a mmiher of ladies, all ol whom were very much interested in the proceedings of the meeting. Wvr the report was made hy 1.. K. Harrell, chairman ol the incorporation committee, which was appointed hy the league some months ago. the committee was discharged and the league adjourned. The meeting was then turned i...
Artistic and Imposing Structure Connecting Link in Great Foothill Boulevard. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 February 1911
Artistic and Imposing Structure Connecting Link in Great Foothill Boulevard. An agreement has been interred into at a conference held at the court house in i.os Angeles last week, between the Supervisors and the mayor and city council of Pasadena whereby the proposed Arroyo Seen bridge on Past Colorado street will become a reality. The light for this bridge was started manv years ago and has continued with more or les- fervor. Two years ago. alter the good roads bonds for .s'.l.si :p r,t KJ were voted the Highway Commission found that the projected foothill boulevard which was to run from the east houndry of the- county along the foothills, crossing the San Rafael hill-, just east of Hagle Rock and crossing the range above Hollywood through Cahueiiga Pass, had one from the east boundary of the county of the \rroyo Seco. On either side of tin- wash there are great embankments with steep incline-, exceedingly dangi-roits for travel. At that time the Pasadena Hoard of Trade appointed a...
RECIPROCITY DAY OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB Delegates frem Thirty Women’s Clubs to be Present [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 February 1911
RECIPROCITY DAY OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB Delegates frem Thirty Women’s Clubs to be Present lielegates inmi thirty womens chilis 111' S&gt; mt he r n ( ’; 1 1 ill &gt;rni;l have liven invited in attvml rvcipnicily day at which :hv mcnilivrs nf the Women'- Twentieth Century Cluh •. T I.aide Rock will he nil Telirttary 24th at the Congrecational i hit felt. The meeting. which i- in begin at 10:411, will open with the -inLjin Lf of ''America" with organ ac ciitnpaninieiit. alter which there will he live minute talks by the president nl ea di cluh . n "llnw II i- Vnur Club I’enelilted Vnur Community." L'ndcr the direction nf Mrs. (inss, assisted iiy an aide committee, lunch emi will he served at mum in the lecture rnniii, where the tallies, set I" form a large K. will he tastefully dec orated in flags and flower'. Coffee will he served hy ladies in colonial costumes front silver tints of colonial times. In the afternoon there will he a mu-ical program. to which each cluh memb...
REGULAR MEETING OF PARENT-TEACHERS Program cl Interest is Rendered at Tuesday’s Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 February 1911
REGULAR MEETING OF PARENT-TEACHERS Program cl Interest is Rendered at Tuesday’s Meeting Member- i'f tlu- Parent Teacher Association ill' I:ih; 1 o Ruck held their regular monthly meelin.n la.-t Tue--d.ay afternoon in the -chool hinldin.n. Mia. Robert-. vice-pre-idenl. )&gt;re ~iiK-&lt; 1 in tlic absence "i the pre-ident. I'iaiM 'ill «v:v plea-in.uh render nil by Glady- Truscott and llorence lUckir. ain! a \ery pretty co-tunic -nil” iva- -imp by llene Rettiif. The society was fortunate in having as a yaie-t Mrs. 11. \\ . Creeling, vice-pre-idcnt tile I,us Vnjjeles Pedcration, wliu nave -nine Useful and practical siu&gt;ue-tion- relative- to the parent- d ■ oper.itioii with the teachers and how to increase the attendance at the nuetinn-. Mr-. W. I - Talbert of Clas-ell Park and chairman of the member-hip coni niittee of the Glendale Federation. was • iso presi nt.
WILL OPEN DRESS MAKING PARLORS Mrs. Prances Baird cf Pasadena Rents Store in Symphony Hall [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 February 1911
WILL OPEN DRESS MAKING PARLORS Mrs. Prances Baird cf Pasadena Rents Store in Symphony Hall Carpenters will tin- week start work--011 remodeling the w si -ton- room in Stnyphoin Mail building -o 1- to make tw . separate rooms. When thi- work Iris been Completed the rooms are to be iccupied b\ Mr- l-rances II ltd of Pa-tidena. .Mr-. Baird propo-e- t■■ open dress making parlor- in the front -tore room and the rear room, which - t . have a large window and ett.rat o . m I a-t b -t tv.-; , w:! 1 be mad ■ a neat lunch room .r rather coffee par! t I :e e-'.aldisl’nieiit of the former I n-ine's hit- long been ne.vs-.irt ■lnca tore ■- .1 great deal o; work in thi- litu ; the latter, while it may not be -elf -upporting, though 11 will he a II fi-'il -i 1•1 • 1 1111 n' t&gt;&lt;l-if 1 ■ 1 11
PRODUCTS EXPOSITION EXCITES Em Every Ccmmunity Is Afforded Opportunity to Advertise Itself [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 February 1911
PRODUCTS EXPOSITION EXCITES Em Every Ccmmunity Is Afforded Opportunity to Advertise Itself I- 11 ' Angeles 'linn will afford aery community in Southern California ail Opportunity to mlvertise it-elf and itrrsaiirro in a manner never before reeinaled e\ en in this world re Downed city of'boosters. It will be bv way of ibe Pacihc I .and and Prodnet' exposition, which n to be held in the largest structure devoted to pnblie u-o' in Southern California, the Shrine Auditorium, March 18 to April 2. I he benefits to be derived front the proper exploitation of soils and the varied product' ot those soils are in calculable Ibe honieseeker, the lands.cker, and the investor will be enabled to form an intelligent opin ton ot the value of the lands which max be upon the market, of the enterprise and the character of the people m tin immediate vicinity and its de .-inability as a place for the investment of capital, the location of a home, or the establishment of a business Ihe exposition will be ...
SPKCIAL PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY'S DANCE Large Crcwd is Anticipated for Popular Club Event [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 February 1911
SPKCIAL PROGRAM FOR FRIDAY'S DANCE Large Crcwd is Anticipated for Popular Club Event M r I i r 1 1:i and \m(l r■ ife. president of tli I•'ri l l;i\ Ft cuing Club, lias as -need tlu "Sentinel" of a program to! the dance for Friday evening that will be even -nperi r I ;1 .e pre \n m s events. li:ad :n - Mae 'll, who i - ;■i well known for Inlr aluem m. w ill perform all ol I i - high-ela" ~l nnt - that he i■ irnu rh gate on the • trpheum eiretti 1 klu- program - . 'rang I will lx well w irth witnes-mg e\en by Ili' ■»e who re nn,a'de to dance. An ■ nti"e'\ new nil nil - dance inti-ie will be rendered b_\ the p&gt;• 111 a t von (Jr -f e ehe -t: a. I'.aeh week tin- d lives, '. i • are givill tinder the all-piee- • li Ft da\ evening Club, are gr «n g in p p n1 a fit \ and a 1i • _ r cm iwd 1 1: .: i- anticipated f -r this week.