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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 910-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT . . EAGLE ROCK BANK . . Robert Henry Brown, Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier. P. F. Schumache, Vice Pros. Ada Carr, Asst. Cashier Willard 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 Nagariae in America WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION IN COMBINATION WITH THE World’s Largest Newspaper LOS ANGELES TIMES An “afl-the-month” continuous supply of all the news. Everything everybody wants to know about everything. Facts, figures, fun, fashion know the nows before it becomes history 80c per month, including tin? richly printed, fascinating Woman’s Home Core panion the big week-day Times, with all its special departments the giant Sunda; Times, with its big...
Glasseil Park [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Glasseil Park Department Feature Page Mrs. Mitchell of T cthorwald avenue spent Sunday in I. i ris Valley near Riverside. Mrs. Miner and daughter of M OSS avenue have pone to Ocean Park to remain several days. _ Mrs. M. B. Gardner of Moss avenue entertained Mrs. A. Hartman and daughter Emma Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. 1.. Green of Moss j avenue, entertained Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Will Barber, Mr. and Mrs. S. Staueh and son Lawrence all of Eagle Rock. Mr. and Mrs. H Demarast of Monrovia were guests of R. A. Foster Sunday. May 21. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hutchins of Ontario visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Foster in their new home Sumday. Mrs. Ferguson and granddaughter Miss Frances Mitchell visited friends in West Los Angeles Sunday. Dr. E. De Le Matyr, Mr. Fred i Berin and Miss May Uplegralf, all of Los Angeles were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fallangat dinner Sunday. Mrs. Edmonds and daughter Lottie of Glasseil avenue spent the hot days in their cottage at the beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Foste...
Glendale High [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Glendale High Miss George Dutfet entertained in hot, or of the Senior class at her home on Friday night. Throughout the house the color scheme of red was carried out. Red carnations and roses abounded everywhere. The evening was spent in playing live hundred and dancing. The dance programs were decorated with girls in red and black, the school colors. Dainty refreshments were served which also carried out the color scheme. The boys of the Burbank High school were defeated by the G. I’, H.S. base ball team, the score was t!7 to Id. As it was a very hot day neither team exerted themselves to the utmost and as a result the score ran up rather high. On Thursday evening after thestrenuous day of the Glendale fiesta the Missis Emma and Myrtle Pulliam of Senior class entertained several members of that class at a banquet. Those who attended report that they never expect to have such good things local again. After the banquet dancing was enjoyed. A most enjoyable all’air was the Senior part...
Now For Arroyo Park. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Now For Arroyo Park. Now that tlie Arroyo Seen bridge has In cn settled and Pasadena lust out on the i&gt;liiyj.ri’&lt; &gt;iin&lt;i proposition, another grand scheme is formin. Judge Charles ! Silent, of the I,os Angeles I’ark Coinmission, has for years had in mind the converting of the entire arroyo into one huge park. lie held a conference a few days ago with Mayor Thurnof Pasadena, and suggested the idea of making one great natural park in the Arroyo Si co. beginning at Sycamore drove and extending to the mountains. Mayor Thum expressed himself entliuI s'ustically in favor of the idea, and he thought the people of I’asadeua would favor it. Within a short time there will he a joint meeting between the I,os Angeles commission and a delegation from Pasadena, probably a committee from the hoard of trade, to he headed by Mayor Thum. at which time a formidable campaign to work up sentiment will he arranged. Moiirovi: What is said to he the largest di ma...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 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 1126 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. Cord mountain water. Climate and soil just right. Electric lights and telephone. I'ine large lots. Houses built to suit. SEND FOR PLAT Robert Henry Brown Phone East 119 Eagle Rock Rank I.os Angeles, Cal. J 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 Fancy and Staple Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables PHONE EAST 1148 FER-DON BUILDING *,&lt;• ®®C®®®®®®®®®®&lt;&gt;® ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦ ♦ ® »♦»»♦»♦»»♦♦♦♦ I The Los Angeles Examiner G The One L...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Want Column AN EXPERIENCED MILLINER xxil'. m.,kc ; i 111 .1 xi&gt;u r T.a-cs nr 1,1! ~-,lcfs I r - ai: h S a ,in'- I )r\ ( in, m 1 &gt; St ..re, or call l.a-t ‘125. FOR SALK Kh. M m.l K.-.i cuus f* *r 11 al&gt;' L i n Ai. if. mi lllor. .11--in,l. SI 51 1 ; , 15 i : ''ll iili : itx l'l irtllT I .Ii MM il" .111.1 K I llil (X , .fill. 1 Ml. .11 1. ,st I’M LOST Sin:,ll ;i I]in',ll■ T purse. .an lx' lil l i'll I s in I- i; 1. K’. ..-1,. I indi-f it turn I&gt; .1 I’■ M.-er X' ■■. --■iiri-, and rc ccivc reward. FOR SALK—II. A- .nil 1,.! at No. 5 t' -ill \\ r it li--- Ilian . l’l i-C $255(1. / ;. i 'in house. I M. Span glcr. WANTED &lt; 'f.U-f' fur dainy .in 1 &gt;r 11 • 1 1 •■v■ 1 1 1. 1 1 1 &gt;’ I.Minn ts. 1., ...tics, i'll-, ('all at Mi- Swan'' 'tore nul -it sample of work. FOR SALK 5 ounp In-oilers and fryers, eillu-i* dressed or lix'e (1. K. Cnmlee. Ellen wood drive. TO TRADE A line eoi-ner residence lot in Knid, ()kla.; close in...
CITY BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
CITY BREVITIES (Last Sunday was the hottest day we have had. There was a tallyho party driving through Eagle Rock Saturday. We carry all kinds of Conkey’s poultry remedies. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse the hardware men. Mr. J. Marriott, who came out here from Los Angeles to drive the meat wagon, got sick and resigned and re- &gt; turned to Los Angeles. 2 The Eagle Rock Water Co., are er--5 ecting the electric light poles in the t heart of the city and soon will he ready 5 for tne current. 0 i In another column you will find the 2 ad of Mr. Arthur A. House, cement ? and stone comtractor of Palm avenue. 3 He has recently moved with his family ? from Highland Park, and has done some 5 excellent work in this city already. ? i There was a sketching party of 12 5 1 young ladies came out to Eagle Rock 3 last Saturday to sketch the beauties of . I the valley. t j, ! Mrs Capt. Lucas, who now lives in I* I Pasadena, visited her many friennd here ; a few days ago. Mrs. Lucas lived ...
New Railway Line [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
New Railway Line The San Fernando valley is to have another electric railway. The latest is that of a company of distinguished capitalists at the head of which is C. L. Brand, President, with W. C. Kercholf, Vice-President; J. F. Sartori, Treasurer and Harry Chandler, Secretary. The name and style of the corporation is the Los Angeles and San Fernando Electric Railway Company. The line will span the valley from its extreme south to its extreme north. Its exit from Los Angeles will be through Griffith Park by the most practical route, and thence via Van Nuys and Lankershim to San Fernando and the Owens river reservoir-lake of MOO acres at the base of the Sierra Nevadas. The line will be entirely distinct from any existing inter-urban line. Its objective is San Fernando and the lands of the San Fernando Mission Company of about 2000 acres owned by the projectors of the railway. A town site of about 100 acres will lie laid off adjacent to San Fernando on the south. The length of the li...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 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. Home 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. jooooooooo 000000-oo cm 0000000 000 o-o oooooooooooooooooooo\ifi/ LunJaJow floor plans 10 * SPLENDID IDEAS IN BUNGALOW FLOOR ARRANGEMENT. 50 PLANS COMPILED IN ONE FOLDER. 10c NEW BUNGALOW BOOK 50c, and Complete working plans, specifications. etc., of any plan shown supplied for only Ten Dollars. Every plan has been proven by "Home Builders.” • NO,'ll: HIIILDIzDS” cil:MI:l?AL AC,I:\CV 129 So. Broadway, Ground Floor Mason Opera House ioooeooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Eagle Rock Drug Co. Central and Colorado Phone East 2694 HELP! HELP!! Us...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Notice to Property Owner*. Your attention is especially called to ordinance No. 13, governing the removing of all obstructions to sidewalks and the cleaning up of all rubbish, etc., from off the parkway and vacant lots. By resolution of the city trustees all such work must be done on or before June Ist, 1911, to prevent prosecution under such ordinance. J. S. Pitman, City Clerk. oos«*« I (omk ovi&lt;:rt(k;li:m)alk Oxford / A NI) try us for shoes. We ■*» stive you more attention, (it you better, and you better value for the money than you get in the eity, and besides every time you buy a pair of shoes We Pay Your Car Fare both ways. A complete line of Ladies’, Men’s, Boys’ and children’s Shoes and Furnishings CARNEY FITS FEET CARNEY’S SHOE STORE 536 Fourth St. Glendale
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 May 1911
Business and Professional Cards DR. MYRTLE FHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fairmonnt Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. Sunset Cilendule 1013 lluino 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Work Called for Wednesday and Returned Saturday Best Work E. 11. Howard. Mgr. Dr. Theo. Koeberle Homeopathic Physician Kenilworth and Hill Drive. Office Hours; Btolo a. m.: 3 to 5 ]). in. Phone East 440. 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. Homo 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles anil motorcycles a specialty. 0037 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 Pure, Clean Milk —CALL UP—MAC MULLIN’S Eagle Rock Dairy Sunset Glendale 1544. Home 1074 P. O. Box 237, G...
MUCH OF IMPORTANCE IS TRANSACTED City Trustees Give Many Matters Their Full Consideration Monday Evening. STREET SUPERINTENDENT OUT Purchase Street Sprinkler and Consider Some New Plats. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
MUCH OF IMPORTANCE IS TRANSACTED City Trustees Give Many Matters Their Full Consideration Monday Evening. STREET SUPERINTENDENT OUT Purchase Street Sprinkler and Consider Some New Plats. A long and important meeting of the city trustees was held in the city hall Monday evening. All the trustees were present. The first matter considered was a petition from Godfrey Edwards asking that streets in Glen wood Park tract be closed ami vacated so that new ones could be opened and dedicated. On motion of Trustees Cowan and Galloupe a resolution was ordered prepared to vacate same. Mr. Symes, a civil engineer, presented a plat of Lot f)2 in Watt’s subdivision, showing intention to make a new 40 foot street by the deeding of a strip iif land twenty feel wide. On motion of Trustees Galloupe and Kincheloe the matter was referred to city engineer to report on advisability of a 40 or 50-foot street. The question of payment of fees for clerks and judges was before the board again. Some of the elect...
Death of Mary L. Flacks. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Death of Mary L. Flacks. On Tuesday, Decoration Day, Mary Flacks passed away, and Eagle Rock lost a gem. Everybody knew her; all he’d her in high esteem: many loved her; none disliked her. Her death was her coronation. In every way Mary Flacks was a beautiful character. She killed herself trying to live and make life easy for others. She was a hard worker. Educated for a teacher, she adorned her profession while health permitted. Then she took up other work until about ten months ago, when she took to her bed and finally passed away. She leaves a brother Fred VV. F lark and a sister, Victoria Flacks. She was buried Wednesday from Pulliam’s undertaking parlors in Glendale, Rev. Amos Davis officiating. Interment was in Forrest Lawn in Tropico. Funeral sermon next Sunday morning at 11 o’clock in theM. E. church in this citv.
Political Equality League. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
Political Equality League. A meeting of the Political Equality League will be held next Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock in the parlors of the Congregational church. At that time arrangements will he made for an afternoon tea and social. At the last meeting held last Saturday afternoon Mrs. W. K. Cowan presided owing to the absence of the president, Miss Galpin. The eight hour law for women was discussed and it was unanimously decided to not patronize any laundry that was known to be working to prejudice both the workers and its patrons against the new law. Fifteen names were added to the membership.
POLL TAX TO SCHOOLS. Superintendent Hyatt Says the Schools Lose Much by Failure to Pay This Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
POLL TAX TO SCHOOLS. Superintendent Hyatt Says the Schools Lose Much by Failure to Pay This Tax. A statement of general interest to the taxpayers is issued by Edward Hyatt, superintendent of public instruction, in which he claims that much school money is lost through the careless collection of poll tax. The statement is as follows: Thirty counties of the state are throwing away school money, and the other twenty-eight counties are losing a great deal that they should have all through the careless collection of poll tax. This tax is credited to the state school fund, under a mandatory provision of the constitution, and may not hi used for any other purpose. Thousanbs of people evade it who would cheerfully pay it if they knew that it was for the exclusive use of the schools: but very few know what it is for, and think of it only as a senseless burden, and of escaping it as a rather clever little adventure. It should be remembered, also, that this is the only tax that reaches such fo...
PUBLIC SCHOOL GIVE ENTERTAINMENTS Interesting Drills and Farce to Be Presented Thursday Evening. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Excellent Work Done During Year by Pupils and Teachers. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 May 1911
PUBLIC SCHOOL GIVE ENTERTAINMENTS Interesting Drills and Farce to Be Presented Thursday Evening. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Excellent Work Done During Year by Pupils and Teachers. This week is an important one in the history of the Eagle Rock public school. It marks the close of another successful school year and the passing out of the public school &lt; f this city into a broader field of seven girls from among some of our leading families. There should, and doubtless will he, a large attendance of parents and all others interested at all the exercises this week. The teachers, Misses Reicker, Dodge and Chisholm have accomplished good results during the year, and have also prepared two excellent programs for Thursday evening and Friday. The commencement exercises will he held in the school building at 10:30 o’clock Friday morning. The following is the program: PROGRAM. Salutatory - - Florence Becker Address - - - Rev. J. S. Pitman Prophecy - - - Martha Spangler Vocal Solo - - Mr...