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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
If you cannot run your haml into your pocket and liaul forth a roll id' $34.i&gt;5 you arc not financially an average man. A statement just issued l&gt;y the Unitetl States Treasury department elves that amount as the per capita circulation, hasine the figures upon an estimated population on May 1. 1911. of 93,795--oon. The department showed that on that date there was a general stock of money amounting to s3,a-1ti,a74.337, which included S3OS, 93(i, 220 held in the treasury and $3,237,H35, 117 in circulation. A grocer at Upland has Just pleaded guilty to a case of assault and battery on a poor editor for failure to pay on demand a s7u grocery hill. Now we haven’t much sympathy for that grocer, for he should have known better than to credit any newspaper man to the extent of $7O. We never knew one t i have over 10 cents at any one time. And then we will be witling to bet a 25 j cent piece against a ton cent can of j baked beans, with tomato “sass” that that grocer wa...
IF BURBANK ONLY WOULD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
IF BURBANK ONLY WOULD (), Luther Burbank, you have crossed the apricot and plum. You’ve done such wondrous things that we are fairly overcome; Your spineless cactus is superb, your blackberry, too However, there is one grand work that waits for yon to do. fan yon, by any cunning trick, by any snbtlo wile. Cross two of last year’s bonnets so they show as this year’s style? We praise yon for tlu benefit we have of all your toil, For seedless prunes, for olives that are dripping full of oil; We’ve eaten your potatoes, and your famed pineapple-iptince Impresses ns as something good forany king or prince, lint can’t yon get up early, or slay up a few hours late And cross last year’s bonnets till I hey blossom np-tii-date? A man who can make fruits and things take weird and varied forms, And grow all kinds of plants that can withstand the heat and storms A man who coaxes roses till they blaze in wondrous hues, fan surely see his mission in the current fashion news. Your fame will race aro...
COME BY SOUTH LAND. United Efforts to Be Made to Direct Travelers to Come Southern Way. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
COME BY SOUTH LAND. United Efforts to Be Made to Direct Travelers to Come Southern Way. One of the greatest movements over (started for attracting eastern people* to | Southern California T that of I &gt;. T. | (’oilier, of San I&gt;iego, Director (ieneral j j of the Panama-California Exposition to be held in that city in P.Md. Mr. Collier has been touring the* South. Me made several addresses and started the movement of routing west bound traffic* through the South. Nine-teen-twentieths of all the western travel is by northern" roads. The.? great South, with a half dozen trunk lines, has been neglected as far as routing of west hound passengeas is concerned. Mr. (’oilier, in conjunction with New Orleans business men who are to hold a Panama exposition in P.tPt, has succeeded in calling the attention of the entire South to the* matter and every '•ommereia! body in the cities of the South is now busy with the big railroads trying to route* all passenger traffic throug...
Prizes Offered for Names. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Prizes Offered for Names. Beginning July 1, the Pacific Electric Railway Company will operate a third trolley trip, for which no name will tie given until after June 1. This trip will take in San Pedro, Point Firmin, Long Beach, Huntington Beach and Santa Ana, affording an excellent view of Los Angeles harbor. The Pacific Electric officials have decided on lotting the public select the name for this trolley trip. For the name accepted a prize of $2O will he given, and for the next best name $lO is offered. The contest is open until June I.
ORDINANC E NO. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
ORDINANC E NO. 14. AN ORDINANCR Fixing the rate to hr charged for rlrrlric lighting in t'i 1 of Ragle Rock. The Hoard of Trustors of the city of Ragle Kook do ordain as follows; Section 1. That the rate to he charged for electric light, or electric current for lighting purposes hy any person, firm or corporation engaged in the business of supplying electric light or electric current for lighting purposes to the City of Ragle Rock or the inhabitants thereof, for the year commencing July Ist. lull, and ending June HO, 1012, is hereby tixed as follows: For 10 kilowatt hours, or less, consumed in one month, if 1.25; For Ihe electric current consumed in ! excess of HI kilowatt hours, in any ■one month, Oc per kilowatt hour. Section 2. It shall he unlawful for any person, linn, or corporation, either as principal, agent, or employee, or otherwise, to charge, demand, collect, or receive any rate or compensation for electric light or for electric current for lighting purposes, supplied, dur...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
GLENDALE THEATER OlTOSl'l K SANITARIUM Lest Motion I ’id lues Illustrated Son-.'s lii-(i11&gt; 1 1 Vaudeville Specialtie-. S|&gt;&lt;i;il show,- Thursday aflerikiiiii I Ids week. Malinin- Kvi-ry Saturday THE NICHOLS SYSTEM . . OK. . House and Carpet Cleaning HY I'M K VACUUM LKOCKSS THE GLENDALE CARPET CLEANING CO. CLKNDALK, CAL. Odin- Adams si. Sunset li*&lt;»
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Piirlors. 919 921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT . . EAGLE ROCK BANK . . Robert Hunky Brown, Pres. P. F. Schiimaciik, Vice Pres. WII.I.AKD H. Stimson, Vice Pres. CENTRALLY LOCATED. EQUIPPED IN EVERY PARTICULAR TO RENDER CHEERFUL AND ACCURATE SERVICE TO ITS PATRONSSAFE DEPOSIT Boxes FOR RENT. - ALL FOR SOc PER MONTH— Leading High Class Woman's M*|a.?ioe in America WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION IN COMBINATION WITH THE World’s Largest Newspaper LOS ANGELES TIMES An “an-tlie-monlli" continuous supply of nil the news, Everything everybody wants to know about everything. Facts, figures, fun, fashion know the news before u Ixtcomes history SOc per month, including the richly printed, fascinating Woman’s Home Coir panion the big week-day Tunes, with all its special departments the giant Sunday Times, with its big special features the incomparable Sunda...
Glassell Park [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Glassell Park Department Feature Page Mr. I Inn vi'iN m 1 -mi nt nin .1 ir&lt; mi :i liii&gt;iiu i &gt;s i , . t( , \\ liitticr. i , Mr- ( u'K'spir spr &gt;• i;: I:i\ in () . m Park. j Mr- \ K 11. liarvan/a, [ 'l'l'iil sevend 'l.i ■i-ilinjr Mr. | jII I ill &gt; nf Tnrtlif. \:i!11 atenne. Mf. M M n--li : .i ii hi' si 1,-1; |, 'ii ,)r rived Saturday 1" :itl.-inl the funeral "I Id' l)l &lt;ither-ii: 1 :tw. Mv. S. 1 .. S It a r ] &gt;. Mi'- deurjte I \ "it- "I' \'l rrll.i avenue h:i s been i;ii i 11- scrimt-lv ill l"f -everal dtiys. lint :il thi- linio i' fi-]&gt;■ &gt;111• 11 In Im n minim; her health. Mr- Rll uTI 1 1 .■ 1 1• v entertained .it diniit f S. 11itr.I:i\ :il her hnme mi t ;"a~ 'ill avenue. I iii'C pre-enl were: Mr-. S. Spear. Mr- Kdwards. MrGelespie :ind Mrs. Ilunvcfnii. Mi" Mary I lull nf Santa \tta \iili'd Mi - '. S, 1 ), I hieband Tm 'da\ and Wednesday nf la-t week. Mi" I I ait i' ime iif I lie in-l ...
Glendale High [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Glendale High i»n r baseball ti'.'im |■h i &gt; . .1 the Itedon iln team mi tin horn. lieM la -1 Salur .day afternoon ami we «nv ■l&lt; I rat ml I&gt;\ l the score I 1011. It was a very close .name throuphoiit. as the sides were e\ j ealy matched. Preparations for (he May Festival, which is to he held in Glendale Thursdav are beinp brotipht to a close. The streets are all wired and lighted with htmdreds id' electric lights and pay bunt mp and t laps are lump everywhere. Penalise of this festival, school is clos ed all day, so that the students ma,\ have a very pay 1 ime. Mrs. Kinney, one of (ilendale's sweetest sinpers entertained the lliph j School last I lutrsday niorninp dtirinp assembly by set era! charminp selections. Tin' first was "My heart of thy sweet voice,' from Saint-Saens, which she sanp in French. One of the soups from the Indian Low Lyrics, entitled “The temple hells are rinpinp," was the next. The pupils were so pleased with her sinpinp that t...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
H. O. DAVIS HAROLD E. HESS Highland Park Garage New and Second-Hand Automobiles for Sale First-Class Repairing and Supplies Of All Kinds Sunset East 1125 6009-11 Pasadena Avenue ::: 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 arid 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 Stronghold Overalls for Men and Boys Children’s Rompers and Creepers Valentine’s Absorbent Mops, 50 cents. Absorbent Dusters 25 cents PROMPT DELIVERY COURTEOUS TREATMENT " J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY ii Fancy and Staple Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables PHONE EAST 1148 FER-DON BUILDING s«•*♦&lt;»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦« ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦» ooeafl The Los Angeles Examiner The One Live Wir...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Want Column AN EXPERIENCED MIU.INKK w il: in..Kt• 11 r inn, t \ ..nr , 1 ■ r till •■iil &lt;• r . I .a.iw .lei a I, s ~m i &gt; , i,.. -i s• i lt I 'L’.v FOR SALK—I I. n - .ml h-i at V. lll'W* B. E. LEWIS CRAFTSMAN Contractor and Builder—Plans Secured. Estimates Given \ iVmria St., ‘•'aj.-lc 1;,,c1&lt; Vallrv K. I', li. Nn. I. I,i .s A nil'll s Reduced Fares East i I &lt;,f “I I 0 I I i&gt;l *ecaa I occasion e\e ursu n lu k-l- will hr old In in. m\ I . islii in Points ,• I rn.ilK reduced lams. SOMI-: SAI P DA I KS May Id. 17, IS, I'), 22, 2 3, 24, 2D 27, 28, 2'&gt;, June 0, 7, H, 0, |O, 14. 13, 10 2 3 M ’8 20. 30. July I. 2, 3, 4. 3, 0, 10, 20, 20. 27, 28, \uk- 3. 4, 3, 14, 15, 17, 21. 23, 28. 2‘i, 30, Sept. 1,2, 3, 4, 0, 7. 50. PARKS Denver, Colorado Spnnys, I’m liln . $55.00 Omaha. Kan«ns City. Dallas, I Imiston 00,01) 51. Pons, Memphis New Orleans 70 00 C In. ...... 72.50 Minneapolis, St. Paul .... 73.3(1 Propnilionalep low fares In...
CITY BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
CITY BREVITIES Last Sunday we had a rain and it was almost cold enough for a lire. Last Wednesday there was a slight earthquake shock felt in Eagle Rock about 5:30 a. m. The Ladies’ Society of the Congregationel church will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Hare. Mrs. Klsa Menasco appeared on tho program at the Woman’s Federation in Long Beach last Saturday. Mr. .1. B. Carr who works at San Pedro, spent Sunday with his wife at their home on Castle avenue. Mr. 1). D. MacKown is building a beautiful new and expensive modern bungalow on Satsuma drive. See our lawn mowers, prices from $8.25 to $13.50. W'e sharpen mowers. Ritchey &amp; Grotlhouse, Phone Fast 477. The street car company had a force of men cleaning up their car tracks last week on Colorado street, which helped I be looks. Miss Cooper's new house on Sycamore avenue, is nearing completion. She will occupy half id' it and rent the other half of it. Dr. Francis Rose and sister, Mrs. Rose Kaufman, of Faribault, Minn., w...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Auto Truck &amp; Express Co. JAMES B. GRAY, Manager Trips to and from Los Angeles Daily Older Lett at Drug Store Will Receive Prompt Attention. Main 1581 —City Phones— Home 5200 Sunset Phone East 399. Heme 39044 :: R. A. BAKER COMPANY:; Fuel, Feed. Cement. Gravel. Sand, Crushed Rock. Cobble Stone. Hardwall Plaster, Wood and Metal Lath, Furniture and Piano Moving. Transfer and Storage Office 6050 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. kkk&gt;o&lt;&gt;o&lt;x&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;xk&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;o&lt;&gt;ck&gt;&lt;&gt;ck&gt;&lt;&gt;c&gt;o aoo oc oooooooooooooooooooot yiy Lunj&gt;aJow floor plans 10 t i SPLENDID IDEAS IN BUNGALOW FLOOR ARRANGEMENT. 50 PLANS COMPILED IN ONE FOLDER. 10c NEW BUNGALOW BOOK 50c, ami Complete working plans, specifications, etc., o...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Business and Professional Cards DR. MYRTLE FHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fairmoutlt Avc. East 2433 near Colorado. Sunset Glendale Kill! Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Work Called for Wednesday and Returned Saturday Host Work E. 11. Howard, Mgr. Dr. Then. Koeberle Homeopathic Physician Kenilworth and Hill Drive. Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.: 3 to 5 p. m. Phone East 440. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Phone East 2762 Oi'Oceries, 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 ami motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Avc. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. ...
COLORADO IS TO BE BOULEVARD SOON Cty Trustees Hold a Most Important Session Monday Evening. MORE IERfIITQftYTO BE ADDED Purchase Street Sprinkler and Order More Ordinances Prepared. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
COLORADO IS TO BE BOULEVARD SOON Cty Trustees Hold a Most Important Session Monday Evening. MORE IERfIITQftYTO BE ADDED Purchase Street Sprinkler and Order More Ordinances Prepared. One of the most important meetings yet held liy the city trustees was that of Monday evening. A perusal of the report herewith made will show it to have been so. Trustee Young of the ordinance committee reported favorably on the suggestion for a health ordinance. On a motion by Trustee Galloupe the city attorney was instructed to draw up the ordinance. The public works board reported through City Clerk Pitman, that they went to Los Angeles last Wednesday and had a conference with the highway commission regarding the macadamizing of Colorado street. He was glad to say their trip was successful, and the commission then and there instructed their secretary to at once start, the preliminaries for the work. Trustee Galloupe stated that he had since seen Chairman Pridham informed him that just as soon as the s...