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Choice Acreage Sold [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Choice Acreage Sold Waller 11. Ralph' ami lahvanN * W i 1 1 K&gt; ( ■i. have pmv ha -ed .nun t.i estate ni' K, 11, I’ierce. eisfht acres 1 ah' liar hau l Ivina - aloticr Sixth slree in-1 within the city limits of Ka-tl t Ri * ah. The proper!} is inudialely adiacei i in the Imme of C. \\ . Vhiiiiv'. mi pnpular trustee, an I w ill he re-snl divided an 1 placed upon the mai . ket this spring. I■■ i r -SI eh'i'S street impn .vemeiil will he in-talleil tinder Ihe snpvvi-i" i 1 (if Cite l.uyineer William llixhy. "With Hiithiina hut freed'nn in h l lan&lt; Is. Lineiiln made hinisell in tc 11v. tually and morally the peer of an . I man who ha- ever lived. In d"ina ■ he rave ns nm only a new denim stratum of the possibilities m Itiinia nature, hut of the p&gt; tlilli 1 ie- • denn wratie pi iverninetit," This done "f the ui"'t pertinent of tl remark - ol Mi" Ida M. la 1 1 hell. in an inipre"ive and th iiiphtf j address hefore a s|ieeial Uiiivcr-il - assemble March 14 m...
GROUND IS BROKEN FOR 1 MASONIC BUILDING Two Story Building Will Occupy Ground Space of 50x80 Feet 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
GROUND IS BROKEN FOR 1 MASONIC BUILDING Two Story Building Will Occupy Ground Space of 50x80 Feet 1 ■’ Breaking ground : &gt;r the hand-.•nu-nc w Masonic building which is being (■ erected on the ei-t -ide of Central ' . avenue near Colorado -tree! by Janie- .' fer-l )on of thi-city. ocenrred Monday morning. Mr. AA ..la a I 1 Irnce. a .1 member of the local Masonic -rgani- , i nation was one of the participants. 1 The building will be two stories - occupying a ground space ot all feet t in width by about SO leel in length, 1 1 The ground door will be arranged ’[as two excellent -tore rooms with plate gla-s front: the upper Moor! will be conveniently arranged a- club c , rooms. Beside.- the lodge rooms there will be a -ocial hall, hampiet room, a i spacious kitchen, lady's and gent - 1 | room- and several anti-rooms. I The building will he thoroughly _ i wired for electricity and will be com-I pick'd by the lir-t of July. \V. f. AA hite, a prominent contractor living A in Eag...
.' OPEN REALTY OFFICE e AT CARLINE’S END A' [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
.' OPEN REALTY OFFICE e AT CARLINE’S END A' V \\ (). M. Jones mi;] oinpany. who have J alredy an ollicc at ‘lk- terminus of the* Eagle Rock avenue carline have opened a branch office at the cn&lt;l ol | *■ the Eagle Rock valley line which is ‘7 in charge of A. M. William. Jr. T’i. l-,n.■- &gt;'i i •»,-,)• •ii y many -ale- -nice their short period ol e\i-t--ciu'c, They arc -oh- agent- lor tne La Vista and Kelsey tract- in I.i&gt; 1 Eagle Rock he-ide- having li-ted a a la rye lilimher of other properties in &gt;l thi&gt; eitv and (larvan/a and Highland (1 Lark.
CITY TEAM WINS IN CLOSE GAME [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
CITY TEAM WINS IN CLOSE GAME c Rockdale school base hall team wa--1,1 defeated in a hard fought game Monday afternoon on the hall held ol the 0 Eagle Rock ,-clio.t], by the team ol thi- city. In the seventh inning the -core wall) it. 9 in lavor oi Rockdale, hut two i- run- change 1 ti • count to 11 to 1&lt;) \ in Eagle R &gt;ck*- ivor.
r. i. International Insult [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
r. i. International Insult Tlio Jewish rare in cmr emmtry imih'li disturbed. iml rightly n\er " t'.ie continued refusal of I lie Russian e government 1" reenanize tlie pass-' t- Hurts nf A nieriean jew-. betters all 1 pamphlet - are heme- sent mil In api praise the \nieriean nnblie nf Rnsia's titter ili s ■ a ■ 1 nit rea tv n h I ail v tii nm reaanlina "in &gt;rts. I ,- &gt;eii r- t inel" i - in rm t ■ n an ah,re - - he ■- 1i \ ere 111 v Tm - lar- ha 11 i.; t a \■ a I h ■ irk liar, in a h the in-e ;u amt Rtl--i: i- 'a111• 111 I up in ennvu ine manner. It seems t■ ■ II- that in r. fn-im e, Vtneri.-an &gt; - elmi —inn I■ &gt; t . I Tar’- . Inin ain s. R i--ia imt mil;, 'in • late- her treat; with I'. S.. hut nlferj a hi reel instill • ■ the \ men ea n ; . I pie. ( )itr at'. 1 a e"i iint pea rantee ■-a lini. m- freed, nil ml make- n . hi - tinetimi lietween lew anh (ientile II The Jew i- n \ lie.'iiiin a eiti/e-: u nf mtr an lilt!'' . 11 mu -e-pe '! In "...
New TruStee Suggests Change of Name for Part of Hill Ave. to Roco Vista [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
New TruStee Suggests Change of Name for Part of Hill Ave. to Roco Vista Tin a ulcers of I iglc R• &gt;ck will | he severely -hovked when they dicover t*iat the name of a portion of the beautiful contour scenic I drive known a- Mill avenue ha-| been changed t. • Roc. &gt; Vi -ta at t he meeting of the cit\ trustee- which was held in tl;e cit\ hall Mon la\ e\ e:i ing. ! I ow.anl L *. (lallotipe. w ho at | that meeting wa- appointed as I iilth tru-iee, to nil the vacaucv | which wa- made In \\ I'. I’ruee. who i- di-i|uahtied for that of’tice I on account of not 1 1 a\ ing li\ ed in t hi- di-trict . me \ ear. a- required by law. propo-ed thi- change, and | had hi- proposition aceepteil. The stretch of II ill avenue ef | 1 feited h\ lid- change begin- at L -dura lo -trei-l and end- at Ri Ige jw ay a \ emie. It wa- l lie de-iri- *»f Mr. (ialh mpe t«* al-o ciiange the | name of R i Igew a \ a \ eiuie t ■ R■ &gt; . • \ -ta a- fa r d &gt;\v n a - Lent ra 1 a\ ...
AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM MRS. CLARA S. ELLIS . Non-Resident Property Owner Pays; High Tribute to This City [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM MRS. CLARA S. ELLIS . Non-Resident Property Owner Pays; High Tribute to This City Saturday's mail hrouyht in tlu'l "Sentinel" a eonumication from Mrs. Clara S. Kllis, of I’pper Monteclaire, ] New Jersey, which till' editor ley,arris I a- intensely interestiny. Tin- letter I vv hirh needs ■ i'&gt; further comment. ml lmv&gt;: I'alilnr '‘Sentinel," Dear Sir: I am mir of the despised' non-resident properly owner- ri'lcrri &lt;I I m mori' or less -ralliinyiv in the in ; . ‘irporatioii nuiiilu r oi ymir paper, noth I'llilorially ami liy various coiii nlnitors. 1 ,vas ohliyed to lake a liurii'il Inisi--lU'" trip out to 1a 1 s \llyele-. lIIV j lortiKT home —for nearly eighteen years ami was a ytlv'sl oi I’rol, Ilow man’s family on Kllenwood I) r ivc. Incorporation Day. I own a eorner in the I’own-ite tract which i- not m «■, n seems, the I iwiisite after all. hence no resilient of the valley lived envy me the trail' action when, four years...
NUMEROUS SALES ARE REPORTED BY BECKER Salts for Week Aggregate Nearly Twenty Thousand Dollars [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
NUMEROUS SALES ARE REPORTED BY BECKER Salts for Week Aggregate Nearly Twenty Thousand Dollars R . ■ \ "n .1- Tn .inn ~f m ;&lt;rl\ S-M.l i',ll I ,\| \mli-. a-, 5m g 11. \ Slmlwrll. .’M i.v N’NI; 1 . I !I.i: ■ ■. : 'i v ’3■ •. V I ~|i t .. Kill, SUCK: 1.. \\ !’■ " i A ~ ;,m i?n. Sl2* '**; l ; . 11 M i-" ■.. t . I .) I,\ I?• i. SI .Or; M. J |V , A , j i ] )% k . SJl&gt;so: M I ' ~ ] in 111 i 3 11 S5? K. I■■■ ’ ■ ' 5,1 '.\ fill, ss.'ii' M M ' ■ I' I I. S 1 1 i \\ " ' A 1 I-' * '&gt;l 5" I I !■: Me. . t.i X 1 Ml! SlhOn I I’. .Mia - W.x.'U t. ~■ ■ • ■ .■ ,111(1 .Hr r : ■ (
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES The ladies, bless their hearts, are mighty strong on the "press dope.” We speak of the suffragists or —ettes. Over in Glendale there is a man by the name of Swatt. The name is too dangerous to make fun of. The San Fernando Valley Press, one of the most progressive newspapers of Los Angeles county, last week closed its seventh year of existence. The Republican is a few hours late today, the editor having been somewhat hindered from bis work by having to entertain the notorious boy ' scribe, F. O. Schroeder, of Los An- | geles.—Ontario Daily Republican. The Huntington Park Improvement Club lias tiled papers of incorporation and will immediately construct a $5.- ()():&gt; club house. The building is to contain club and committee rooms and a spacious social hall. Fggs are 11 cents a dozen on the farm in Kansas and 25 cents at Kansas City stores. How thankful the farmer should be for the tariff which protects his hens from competition! | with the pauper bens of Lu...
Intervention May Be Good [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Intervention May Be Good The great (|Uestion before the two republic-, the United Stales of America and Mexico, i- "Intervention," and what intervention may mean. Peace i- to be greatly desired. But peace at the price of liberty—never. If the United States should intervene, restore order and then return the .government to the hand- of Diaz for a continuance ol the horror- that he ha- perpetrated for thirty years, the President of the United Stales shotil 1 be impeached by congre-s. If the United States should intervene, restore order and then call and conduct a square election and -ee to it that the wishes of the majority are implicitly obeyed, then intervention i- excusable and the administration would show that justice is wanted and not a blind partisanship exhibited in favor of Diaz. Intervention, with that result, would be good and proper. White Mountain refrigerators and White Mountain ice cream freezers. See our line. Ritchey ft GroUhnusc, Eagle Rock hardware men. Phone E 477,...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 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 Rock twice u 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 Svcair.ore 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 WA...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street,. Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT ISlßHß]lllspi|giigwMs;i^i«iKr^i«i[Kii«iigi[aigisiia i [gtgra[gigißiiHin&lt;iigiigiM[MgiiaiMgi[aiS!Mi)&lt;iwiSiigi«!i»i[g.?sii«l Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier tEaglp Shirk Hank Capital, 425,000 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. a s 1 &amp; K Hi 5 H SBHa[liaEia®lWHBEMailHiaM[illlllSIBl!ail®B]IlllIl®liaa!llIilMl!«IS|«BlBBIiaBllallSlBlBEl all FOR SOc PER MONTH— - Leading High Class Honan's Magazine in America WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION IN COMBINATION WITH THE World’s Largest Newspaper LOS ANGELES TIMES An "afl-lhe-montb...
Glendale High [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Glendale High Department Feature Page Among the different classes, the Freshmen hid fair to take first place m baseball. \ few girls from the art department went down-town last week to visit different clay modeling departments. The Seniors have been practising class songs and so forth with such enthusiasm that if class spirit amount' to anything they surely should win the oratorical contest. \fter all this display of class spirit, where, oh where are the Juniors? Material is being collected and rapidly put into shape for the "Sophomore Stylus" which is to he out in a few weeks. The Sophs will not say anything hut it i- understood throughout the school that the copy is to he something wonderful (?). Tha-ehall is the object upon which most nf the hoys are devoting their energies. A series of inter class games are being played each night titter school. The ljr-t game which was played Monday night was between the Juniors and the Seniors, The latter won by a score of 8 to 5. Found in Hoi...
The Churches [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
The Churches Revival services are being continued for tin- week at the Methodist church on Colorado street. Holy Family Church, Glendale, Rev. James S. O'Xeill, pastor. Mass, 8 and 10:30 a. m. Sundays. Sunday School j 8:30 a. m. Episcopal services wil he held at the | Eagle Rock M. K. Church Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sahhath school is to he held at 3 o'clock. All are especially invited to attend. Next Sunday morning at the Church &lt;&gt;t the Good Shepherd, the pastor, Rev. Alfred \V. Hare, complying with numerous requests will preach a sermon upon the text found in Revelations 21-1, "There was no more sea." fie tween 2 and 3 years ago Mr. Hare preached a sermon on this text and at various times since he lias been asked to repeat it; many of these requests being very recent. Owing to the fact that Mr. Hare preaches without notes, does not write his sermons, does not preserve them, the sermon cannot he a repetition of the former one, hut will fidlow the same lin...
Annandale [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 28 March 1911
Annandale Mr. and Mrs. Harr} Redding are soon to leave for Indiana. Mr, and Mrs, Rlanchard. the parents of Mrs. Schilling, will leave for Kansas about the lir-t of April. Frank Bishop, I u grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Daugherty, is recovering from a serious attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Carl W, Brown spent Tuesday afternoon . m an enjoyable buggy drive through Glendale and vicinity. Mrs. Grass of Crites street gave tin enjoyable birthday party til her home Monday evening. There were present many ol her friends and neighbors. The I’helps-Shannon Investment Company has sold the Avenue Grocery which was under the management of If .11, McVey, to G. G. Ellis and V. V. Ellis, recent arrivals in this section. The many patrons of this linn are assured of receiving just as courteous treatment and prompt delivery by the new management as in the past. The friends of Mr. McVey wil be glad to hear that he is to remain with the I’helps-Shannon Company. The new owners take posses shut on Ap...