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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Business and Professional Cards DR. MYRTLE PHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fairmount Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. Sunset Glendale 1013 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Hook twice a week Best Work E. H. Howard. Mgr. Plans Estimates HENRY A. SCHROEDER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Residence Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARPENTER &amp; BUILDER Additions—Alterations —Repairs Mail Address, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 66 A Los Angeles. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Home 39077 East 125 WHEN YOU WANT...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR RENT —f (-room furnished house corner Central and Palm avenues, reasonable. Apply Mrs. Rhodes, Palm avenue. Phone Hast 3026. FOR SALE —Rhode Island Red eggs for hatching, from thoroughbred stuck—sl.so for 15. From utility stock—7s cents for 15. Mr-, liruce, corner Colorado and Kenilworth. Phone East 2694. FOR SALE— I'h oroughbred White Rock Eggs. $l.OO per setting. O. A V. Rungrcn, 1460 Oak drove avenue. East 2958. FOR SALE —Thoroughbred Muff Or pington eggs. $1 per setting of 15. W. 1). Van Cittert. 14 Mahantonga Way, near Eagle Rock Avenue. 4* FOR SALE— Pure bred White Wyandotte baby chicks, with or without mothers. Also egg.-- for hatching. $5 per hundred. Fine laying stock. Mrs. R. 11. Hrown, Phone Sunset Glendale 32-1.. *4 FOR SALE— A GOOD Ill'V—Must sell iptickly. On account of removal to San Francisco, my well-built, new 7-room story and a half modern house, with large hall, bathroom and sleeping porch, all improvements, oak floors downstairs, electric fi...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. W Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT Blgi|s|[«llgllaiaiMlsllsliHW^i&gt;i^i&gt;&lt;!ggiWMKiiaKiigr«iigiiMsTaigiHii«iisiM^ Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. P. Schumacher, Vice-Pres, Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier iEagU Slork ißank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. jppi»!inig[glia|g|ai«Hi □ BQ'QOQOQ'S PQ 1 ALL FOR SOc PER MONTH= Leading High Class Wonao's Magirine in America WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION IN COMBINATION WITH THE World** Largeet Newapaper LOS ANGELES TIMES An "an-lhe-month" continuous supply of all the news. Everything everybody wants to know about everything. Facts, figures, tun, fas...
In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
In Social Circles Department Feature Page By Florence Elizabeth Hare Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Cook of "Valle Vista left yesterday for an outing at Elsinore. Mrs. Lewis T. Reed of Mariposa avenue entertained at luncheon last Friday. having as guests Mrs. Frederick Hannaford, Mrs. W. K. Cowan. Miss Mary Richardson and Elizabeth Hare. A. Putnam and family have moved into their new home on Hill drive opposite Paloma avenue. The house is a handsome two-story structure of ten rooms, costing in the neighborhood of $6,000, Twenty-live members of the Cowan and Hare families gathered at i-la Del Valle." the home of Mr. and Mrs. \\ . K. Cowan, Monday night to celebrate the Sdrd birthday of Mr. Cowan's father. The guests were entertained with music and dancing. Mis- Idamae nderlin of Stanley avenue will -inn at the Federated association of Parent Teachers at Glen dale next Saturday evening. Miss ( i.h rlin. who i- a pupil of Rowland Paul of Los Angeles, gives promise of a successful future in her cho...
SOCIALISM ON TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
SOCIALISM ON TRIAL Emil Seidel the first Social Democrat ever elected chief executive of a large American city has committed nothing extraordinary since his inauguration last spring, as Mayor of .Milwaukee, lie has had the means at his command to execute many radical movements for twenty-one out of thirty-five members of the common council, the city attorney, comptroller, treasurer and two of the seven judges of the new civil courts chosen in the election which placed him in the executive control were Social Democrats so that this party has been given full opportunity to show the nation what it can do while in control of a great American city. The mayor appears to possess a level head for he has shown no undue elation. 11 is policy seems to be an attempt to regulate living conditions rather than an attack on honest enterprise. lie advocates home rule, initiative and referendum, municipal ownership, sprinkling of the streets by traction companies, a -eat for every passenger and three...
Public Rostrum [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Public Rostrum Letters to the public will be gladly printed under this heading but the "Sentinel” disclaims any responsibility for views expressed herein. Personalities and lengtiiy articles will be elliminated.—(Editor. Editor Sentinel — l w:-h to voice my approval of the -entiments ex pre-sed in your editorial of two weekago in regard to the Mexican insurrection. 1 believe that war i- what Gen. Sherman said it was. but sometime- a state of affairs may exist that i- worse than war, and such is the condition in Mexico under the Diaz despotism. 1 have lived for a while in Mexico, have* associated with the Mexican people. and I know that if ever a people were justified in rebelling against an unjust and despotic government the people of that unfortunate- country are. I desire to call the attention of the reader- of the Sentinel to the lopsided manner in which the- L’nitcd Stategovernment is enforcing the neutrality laws. Orders have given that no loot! must be' allowed to be taken acr...
SIMPLY A GAMBLE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
SIMPLY A GAMBLE \\ hen a man is so bewitched by the glib talk of a real estate speculator as to pay Sided for a "business" bd in a town that exists only on blue prints and engineering maps, he loses sight of every sane principal of business procedure, and evidences the fact that he has more money than judgment. This sum is alleged to have been paid for a “business" lot in the embrio townsite of Van N'uys. situated near the middle of the big wheat and barley ranch of the Van Xuys estate. W hen lots can be bought in towns already improved, populated and built uj) for from S2I.M) to $250 each for residences and from $5OO to sBod for lot- adjoining actual business property, the price- alleged to have been paid in this new town to be partake of speculative gambling and not sane investment.
Glassell Park Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Glassell Park Notes By Mrs. Theodore Watterson Mrs. L. D.iyln of Boyle Heights ua- the gue-t of M (i. I „ Gillespie M ' inday a ftenioon. Mrs. R. Butler of Berkeley, Cal., ithe gue-t of her mother. Mrs. C. I. Green. Mrs. Butler expect- to pa--thc next feu months at Glas.-ell Park. Robert M. I'alev has returned from an extended trip through the Grand Canyon and vicinity. ()n his return Mr. I’alev -topped off for a short time at San Diego, Mr-. G. L. Gillespie and Mrs. R. M. I’alev were the guests of honor Saturday evening at a box party at the Mason, given by Miss M. Collins. of Chicago and Miss Hopkins of Salt Lake City. After the theatre, the parly repaired to Levy's where an elaborate luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. I. Munroe of (inkland, Cal., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I . Sellier several days last week. Mrs. Sellier presided at luncheon Thursday afternoon at which there were present. Mr. and Mrs. I. Mint me. Mrs. II Alexander, Mrs. C. Dun ham of Hollywood and Miss Lilly ...
Shows Enterprise [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Shows Enterprise Products made and grown in Saw telle wall he displayed in a "Made in Sautelle" exposition which the woman’s club i~ planning as a benefit for a club building fund. March 10 i- tentatively named a- the date for the exhibit, but definite announcement of this and other details is to be made soon.
Annandale Items [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
\Annandale Items\ Hi. I ’lu 11.., Sil.mn n ci nnpan v lu * jbegun w irk .m a now Inin ' .I &gt;w in ( Holland,ilo I’laoo I Sovoral now luni,o, aro imw in |O' a] l'm ■■o in-Imoti. ni and tlu ro.il I I activity in tlii, section ha- lioon ] vorv f:i\.iral«lo fur tlio pa,: wool, Mr. and Mr,. \\ . I). \ an Sittort on lontailiod Mr,. Mary I’aytmi, at thoir lumio mi Mahantonga Way sovoral day, la-t wools. Mr-. I'aytou wa, mi lier way In Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Canm nf Mahan jtnii.ua Way. wlm havo just started !li&lt;uisi- keeping, woro ploasantly surprised In nioinhors of tlio l.adios Aid Society oi tlio Aniiandalo church, Ml’niday ovoning. The Kagle Knelt \voniio improvomoiil association will hold it, rcntlar meeting Tuesday evening in the “litinto Builders" store. \ c.inlrilni tion nf sl?(Ni has hoon rocoivod fmm the WJulian- Jlid,i»n Cm for which member, nf the association aro very thankful The sidewalks on both sides iif the avenue from the city limit, on. have hoon c...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
(] u i rch ()f fhe (locx ISI \e| )l ut&lt; I Congregational Corner Colorado Boulevard an cl Linden Way REV. ALFRED W. HARP, Minister Sunday School (graded, 9:45 a. in.: Morning service, II o’clock: Evening service, 7 o’clock; Woman’s Bible class, Fridays.2:4s p. m Ladies Society, :r -t and third Fridays at J:45 p. m, AU people, very cordially welcomed.
GENERALLY GET THERE When Los Angeles Delegates Go After a Thing They Land It [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
GENERALLY GET THERE When Los Angeles Delegates Go After a Thing They Land It One of the most unique, and at the same time most important conventions that lias occurred in many years on the Pacific coast, was the meeting of the first Pacific Coast Congress which took place in Portland, Oregon, a fortnight ago, lasting nearly a week. This cost congress was initiated by the printers of the country and has proven so beneficial in estimating the cost of work that many other business and industrial institutions arc asking to be taken in. The delegation sent from Los Angeles included the following "live wires" in the printing industry: I. 11. Rice of Rice Bros.; L. A. Phillips, of the Phillips Printing Co.; R. 11. Heffner, of the \V. P, Jeffries Printing Co.; Herman Glass, of the Glass Book Binding Co.: \V, Collins, of the Kingsley-Collins Co.; Ulrich Knock, of the Commercial Printing Co.; Fletcher Ford and C. Is. Walrath. This committee was in evidence wherever it went and when the matter...
BOOSTERS MEET Directors of Arrovo Seco Chamber Do Things [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
BOOSTERS MEET Directors of Arrovo Seco Chamber Do Things At the directors' meeting of the chamber of commerce at 56.15 Pasadena avenue on Friday evening. February 27th. a number of new member.' were added to the roll and matters of local interest were taken up. A report w.as read that had been received from Sacramento on the Park bill stating that progress was being made. A telegram was ordered sent to Assemblyman Randall ask ing him to have an amendment add ed to the Park making it read, for Park, playground and library purposes. A communication addressed to the Highland Park F.bell Club requested it to pass resolutions endorsing the petition of the Arroyo Seco Chamber of Commerce for a high school or an intermediate school for this section. The petition carried a large number of signers who were alive to the importance of these necessities. It was announced by the publicity committee that a large number of .advertising tickets had been distributed calling attention to the public m...
Announcement [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Announcement Holy Family Church, Glendale, Rev. James S. O’Neill, pastor. Mass, 8 and 10:30 a. m. Sundays. Sunday School 8:30 a. m. Six hundred women members of the Los Angeles W. C. 1 C. voted unanimously at their annual meeting in Los Angeles on I'hursday morning to wire a strongly worded protest to the California senate and assembly indicating their objejetion to the passage of the obnoixoiis "health bill now before the house and senate, to create a medical Irit'l in California. The imposition was vehemently denounced. Senator Hewitt insists that the opposition from the San Francisco Mer chants' Exchange to the Los \ngeles tidelands bill will be ineffective. Nil bills relating to water frontage in California will have the clause from section one, article fifteen of the state constitution added, as follows: Ihe right of eminent domain is hereby declared to exist in the state to all frontages on the navigable waters of this state.”
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Auto Truck &amp; Express Co. JAMES B. GRAY, Manager Main 1581 Trips to and from Los Angeles Daily Starting on the First of March —City Phones— Home 5200 Eagle Rock Dahlia Gardens 600 VARIETIES OF DAHLIAS Tlu- dahlia, bv reason of it- wonderful diversity of lorm and odor. is becoming the most popular »&gt;f all flowers. Now is the time to plant Dahlias. I have the finest on the coast and have originated Mime of the finest in the world. Catalog and culture instruction- tree upon request. J. J. Broomall, Dahlia Specialist R. I'. I). X. Box 232 A Los Angelos, Oil. yooooooooooooooooo^ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooc RITCHEY AND GROTTHOUSE “The Eagle Rock Hardware Men” r f: lit Highland Park Store—Both Phones Castle and Colorado Phone East 477 Christopher's Ice Cream Phone EAST 2694 Delivering Service Spalding's Athletic Goods Wo told this story unco beforo. hut— Le&amp; You ForgetThis storo is the place to buy medicines, but that is not all. Von will find it conv...