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Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

Local Events Despite ‘the extreme heat last Sunday, a fair congregation gathered at the Annamlale Church. Rev. Maker preached an interesting sermon. James Swisher purchased a lot recently of Meyers & Kulli with a 100-foot frontage on Crites street and intends to build a renting cottage soon. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard of Crites street entertained in honor of St. 'George’s Day, on Sunday, a large party of friends at their home. In the afternoon they all attended the special services at the Church of the Angels, where a special program had been prepared. A large congregation was in attendance. Mr. mid Mrs. F. W. Williams of Central avenue are entertaining Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Horst and family of South Mend. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Throop and Miss Lotta Throop from Brooking, S. Dakota, were entertained hist Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Boothe. Castle avenue. A dainty lunch »'on was served.

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Sentinel
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

; CLASSIFIED ADS ] All ads under these headings will he 1 ported at tht rate of 5 cents a line a week 1 WANTED TO KENT —1 or 2 nnfurni hod rooms for light housekeeping. 1M.0i.0 llrojtdway 3SOS. P)R SALK —House, .*) rooms mid bath, j ai.trv, attic, collar, barn; chicken 11. n : lawn; roses; fruit trees; oc ear fare; $l7OO, half cash. See owner Maynard, Engle Rock Ave., walk back 2 blocks from end of care line. I hst 1 rown .»ouse on right. East L’.V D. roll SALIC—HEATTIKITL EAGER ROCK VALLEY HOME s..uo HR LOW IMIK’IC —TERMS, roril BUK'KS FROM NEW OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE. OVERLOOKING THE WHOLE COLLEGE GROFNDS. Hunsralo.v. 33x37. on side hill; lot 50x 16S; f; out room 33x14. finished in most txquisite manner in slash-grained Oregon pine: built-in fireplace and china closet; strictly molern; elegant pepper trees on rear of lot. This house cost over IISOO to build 2 years ago. The lot is one of the finest i Hie \ hoi • valley, right adjacent to and overlooking the new college; $6OOO bungalow ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

T. E. SHANNON, Pros. East 565 F. W. PHELPS, See ’y East 594 “HOUSES BUILT ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN” PHELPS-SHANNON INVESTMENT CO. Incorporated, Capital Stock $50,000 BEAL ESTATE, RENTALS AND INSURANCE GENERAL HARDWARE Eagle Rock Avenue and M a hantonga Way East 565 n»»mi»»»mH»w««:w»i»»HH«nH»»»OH«HHW»««Hwmimm»»mwmu a Phones: East 11 Home 39272 I I £ Montgomery & Mullin Lumber Co. I /ft I Highland Park Bed or Yellow Garvany.u Car to Avenue 61. I

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Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

Local Events Mr. and Mrs. CJ». Stork loft Friday for their homo in Michi trail. L .C. Finley an dfamily spent Sunday at Oeoan Park with relaI ires. Mrs. W. 11. Dorsey spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. L. E. 1 ’ollard. J. W. Adams and wife spent Sunday with friends at Moyle Heights. Mrs. Ilarvieh returned from a ! week's visit with relatives at linnet on Saturday. Mrs. E. Waite of Pasadena spent Saturday with .Mrs. W. 11. Eaton of Bellevue terrace. Miss Fla Welch paid a visit to her sister, Mrs. Swineford. on Mahautonga Way Sunday. Mr. anil Mrs. Mattie of the valley were entertained at dinner Sunday hy the Misses Keyes. Mrs. Mitchell of Los Angeles spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. IC. P. Law at La Parada Park. Mr. Karl Youngs returned Sunday morning from San Diego, where he spent the past 10 days. Mrs. Davis of Kulli street entertained her friend, Mrs. Morri iof Lowell, Mass., and .Mis. Sarn. 'lit of Whittier, on last Wednesday. 11. W. Roloff will start work on a live room modern bung...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

[professional ] Oflico Hours: U) to 12 a. in., 2 to 4 ji. in. Sundays by ap| ointment DR. S. Y. VAN METER 5t»3S Pasadena Ave. Highland ParK Phones: Past 32 ('-9011 Kos’dciue, 1-10 Hast Avc. 53 Phonos: Hast 2205, Home 39342 Oltice, 2103 Central Avc. Both Phones LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon sidence, one Mock west of end of Pagle Book Avenue car line Phone Past 2217 Home F 7800 Main 3915 OTTO SCHROEDER Attorney at Law 50s Mason Block 4tli and Broadway Pos Angeles FOR SALE! Hose hashes, lOe up. Pansy plants, 2.V a flo/, A| |ly \V. W. Thornburg, 2n I house from Annandalc Schonliiriisp. Phoi e Mast li>lB. shell' ami Builders’ Hardware, Stoves Tinware, (iranitewaro, Screen and Wine Nettings, Paints, t)ils and Glass Garvanza Hardware \V. P. Van Wig. Proprietor PlimiMng and (las Pitting 201-203 N. Ave. 04 Oarvanza Past 2370 Homo 39301 HOME GOODS Lawn Mowers Garden Hose Croquet Sets Hammocks Lawn Tennis Kodaks 1 he Wm. H.Hoegee Co. Inc 138-140-142 South Main St. j I T. W. W...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

I Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 331 | Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 010 921 West Fourth street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT ♦> ♦> X t t T t t T T f T f 5! Just Arrived From Massachusetts Reed Rockers Latest Patterns, $2.85 and Up Dakan Furniture Co. HIGHLAND PARK 5633 Pasadena Avenue, Phillips Building Phono Fast 2751 k t t t T t t ? t t V vs 7 vi 7 vs* -5? v? Edwards & Wildey Co. Capital $50,000 "Deal with the man who does in his line the mo£l business—there’s ®7 a reason for it" w w w w Inc. # w # # w w w # # # # One-and-a-half Millions % REAL ESTATE Our Eagle Rock Sales Now Over MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES BUILT ON EASY | PAYMENTS. FIRE INSURANCE. W We pay commission to agents on all our Eagle Rock Sub-divisions. 1 It Pays to See Us " 232 Laughlin Building. 3rd and Broadway, Los Angeles Branch in Eagle Rock Bank Bldg, and at Central and Colorado Aves. Wfi w

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Church News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

Church News The members and friends of the Congregational Society were invited to attend a meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Galloupe, Hill Drive, last Wednesday evening. Business in connection with the new church was transacted. • • • Services were held in the M. E Church hall last Sunday as usual The Rev. Homer Scott preached in the morning and llev. Mr Lovejoy in the evening. During the afternoon some children entered the hall and because of the excessive heat they were not driven out. They remained at least one hour; and before leaving, they played a little joke which resulted in breaking a lamp and in burning the collec tion basket. That was all. But here is a pleasing afterclimax as one of the boys was manly enough to come up and confess that he had helped to de the little mischief, and offered to pay all damages. That is tin kind of boys—at least it is one kud—that we have in Eagle Rock We are all proud of that boy as he showed true, manly courage. We are doing the r...

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Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

Local Events Mrs. Chas. Veign is spending a week at Encinitas, Mexico. Mrs. H. Daily and Mrs. Stearns of Oakland were visitors at the home of Mrs. 11. C. FerDon on Monday. F .S. Hannaford is this week putting in a supply of plumbing supplies and fixtures in his new store in the Ritchey & Grotthouse building. Mr. and Mrs. James Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. 11. li. Rhodes, with the latter’s sister. Mrs. Ellis Rhodes, as guests, are spending a week at Hermosa | Reach. Myers & Kulli will start work ■ at once on the laying of cement sidewalks, curbs, gutters and oiling of Mariposa avenue and improvements will also be made on Sycamore avenue Mr. Byron Myers, formerly owner of the Townsite tract in Colorado boulevard and Townsend street, is returning from the north and expects ta locate again in this vicinity permanently. Don E. Johnson, who formerly lived in his home on Ridgeway street, is contemplating moving to Idaho in the near future. Mrs. Johnson is ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

Try Those Fresh and Juicy Meats at the Ohio Market W. J. SMITH, Proprietor Phone orders a specialty East 983 Home 39396 603 York Blvd. No Baits But your money’s worth of dependable goods is our bid for your patronage, if you are thinking of discharging youi present grocer this pay day. Fresh vegetahes all the time. April 30 is Raisin Day Eat Raisin Bread Raisin Pie Raisins Hon-Qlon 848 Eagle Rock Ave. G. P. Pollard, Prop. East 400 Agency Henslet’s Milk and Cream l( you want to know the price just call up Blast 930 I Bo* Strawberries - 5c 3 pounds New Spudi - 10c I Dozen Oranges - 5c 20 pounds of Potatoes 25c Come and see my Gas Plates / have the best to be had in the “JEWEL” I carry Fresh Milk and Cream Daily Bollinger’s Grocery Eagle Koek Ave. East 930 HIGHLAND PARK FURNITURE CO. A large stock of all kind* of household Goods, both new and second-hand. We can save you money, car-fare and trouble, besides you get the goods as soon as you order them. 5709 PASADENA AVENUE EAST 1447 GEO...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 April 1910

□ □ □ □ □ !•! □ □ □ □ ....FER DON’S.... “(CollrgeJiut” Delicious Ice Cream Sodas, Candy and Contentions. Full Line of Cigars and Tobaccos Colorado and Central Aves. Douglas Hollingworth I’UMItIXC. ■‘■•(s', ?! ••■fit’"s.' n ‘ Phone East 654 Bank Building Eagle Bock Valley^ Phone Kast 1148 Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES Wo are working with everybody to build up Eagle Kook and vicinity and wo therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Hook J. E. EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED B. F. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phone East 2305 EAGLE BOCK Garvanza Home Bakery Special Sale for Saturday. Everything Home-Made. .IKDLICK BROS.. Props. 107 No. Avo. H4 Hast 'JoI7

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910

Eagle Rock Sentinel Volume 1 Eagle Rock, Lcs Angeles County, Cal., May 6, 1910 Number 9

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ELECTRICITY FOR EAGLE ROCK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910

ELECTRICITY FOR EAGLE ROCK A lively meeting of the Eagle Rock Improvement League was held in Symphony 11 all on last Monday evening with a very large attendance. The subject for the evening was "Electricity." and the propositions of different electric concerns were brought up. The best one was that of the city of Glendale, which will be accepted, as it is the fairest proposition to get electricity in this pretty suburb that has yet been offered. The City of Glendale will put up the poles and wires from the Glendale city limits up Colorado Koule\ard to Townsend avenue and .as far s Ridgeway, at the approximate cost of $2500, which is to be paid by mutual subscriptions. They will furnish the "juice” at 10c, which is a very I>w price. The people living on side ■tnels will have to have the poles and wires put up at their expense and all property owners on that street ill pay their portion of the expense. It now stands in the hands of all ; -idents and non-resident property la...

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THE SENTINEL’S NEW OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910

THE SENTINEL’S NEW OFFICE The Sentinel "ill this week open up n ofliee in the Symphony 11 all Huildng. Copies of the paper will he kept hi file and subscriptions and adverisenients taken. An endeavor will be nade to have some one in the office II of the lime.

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BOULEVARD WORK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910

BOULEVARD WORK Work on the Colorado boulevard which is to extend front the Glendale limits to Pasadena commenced ibis week. Quite a number of graders are at work and the work is being pushed vigorously there. Mr. IVasley of Los Angeles is contractor.

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ANNANDALE SCHOOL CHILDREN ENJOY OUTING ON MT. WILSON [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910

ANNANDALE SCHOOL CHILDREN ENJOY OUTING ON MT. WILSON The seventh and eighth grades of the Annandale school district 19, "healthy, beautiful and obedient" children, ranging in age from 13 years to 17 years, with Mrs. Swisher and Mrs. Morrison as chaperons, started out Friday night at 9 o’clock for the summit of Mv Wilson. They arrived at the foot of the lofty mountain shortly after midnight and started on their brave journey for the summit. The moon shone light as day; fhey tramped on joyfully and sang merrily until about 4 o’clock, when they found themseslves hungry and tired at the Half Way Mouse. After crossing the little building stream they sal down on its bank? for a rest and enjoyed a good meal. When an hour had passed they got up refreshed: drank of the pure mountain water freely and started anew on their journey. They arrived at the hotel at the summit at about 8 o'clock, some of the smaller children completely exhausted. Here they remained for a rest and lunched until 12 o'...

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LITTLE HERBERT WALDIEN CALLED BY DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910

LITTLE HERBERT WALDIEN CALLED BY DEATH Death claimed as its own one of the i brightest and prettiest little fellows i of this vicinity, on last Saturday til the home of his parents on Crites streect. After suffering from the fatal illness for over three weeks the slender thread of life was snapped and little Herbert Waldien passed into the great unknown. The deceased was the beloved son Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Waldien. of Crites i street. Hi- was 2 years seven months 1 „rd 14 days old. The funeral services were held on Monday at 10 a. m„ at the undertaking parlors of J. R. Paul, and were attended by relatives and numerous friends and neighbors of the family The remains were laid to rest at the Forest Lawn Cemetery. Many beautiful lloral designs and (lowers were brought by those attending.

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Card of Thanks [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910

Card of Thanks We sincerely thank all the friends who assisted us in our great bereavement of our beloved son, Herbert, and also for the many beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Waldien

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