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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910
| Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 331 I Pulliam Undertaking Co. I C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. I Funeral Directors and Embalmers I Parlors, 919 021 West Fourth Street, Glendale B CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT R 1' A I. K S T A T l&lt;: You Furnish the Bargains I will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddoek, Uorner Central and Colorado Sts. Kagle Koek Valley. Phone Fast 2221 AA ore Eagle Rock News in the “Sentinel” than in all other papers in the world, combined. * Deal with the man who does in his line the molt business-- (here's a reason (or it" fa Edwards &amp; Wildey Co. '"&lt;=• Capital $50,000 REAL ESTATE Our Eagle Rock Sales Now Over One-and-a-half Millions MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES BUILT ON EASY PAYMENTS. FIRE INSURANCE. 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...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910
Local Events Mr. S. Breckenridge will soon move to his new home in the valley. Frank Midglcy of Hill Drive is entertaining his sister from Maine. Mrs. Elis Rhodes was a guest last week at the Glenwood Hotel, Riverside. Mrs. Hugh Cornwell of Glendale spent Sunday with Miss Elena Frackelton. Mrs. E. Hamilton and Mrs. Sarah Rhodes were week-end guests at Hermosa Beach. Mrs. S. Ayers, Virginia street, spent Thursday in the city with Mrs. Trenchard. Miss Ethel Mattison entertained Mrs. Moyer and Mrs. Berry of Los Angeles Friday afternoon. Mr. Joseph Ayars was a guest last Sunday at the home of Mr. F. \V. Flacks, Park avenue. Eagle Rock. Dr. and Mrs. Phinney and Miss Bessie Hare attended the P. C. O. dance at the Friday Morning club house. Mrs. F. Williams was in charge of the programme of, the Advance Thought club on Friday afternoon. J. VV. Broxholme has secured a fine line of the latest designs in brick and tile mantles which are being much admired. Mr. and Mrs. Miller of Los Angeles h...
Church News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910
Church News At the Congregational church last Sunday evening, delegates were chosen to attend the Congregational confcrence in Los Angeles. The delegates selected were Rev, A. W. Hare, Mr. Bryan and Mrs. Chisholm. The conference was held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. • • • The services were conducted at the Eagle Rock M. E. hall as usual in the morning by the Rev. Homer Scott, pastor. Dr. Spangler delivered the evening sermon. The subject was: “Things we cannot see"—and was based upon. 1 Corinthians, chap. 2, verse 9. "Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him." Dr. Spangler requests me to appeal to the people (o attend church. He says: “There are only two churches in the valley and there are people enough to fill them both to overflowing, should only one-half of them attend.” He would like to see those who are affiliated with the Congregational attend there in large numbers: ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 May 1910
A F FINLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only fisrt-class work solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays PhoneC923l Residence 318 North Avenue 65 Los Angeles, Cal. iij Hubert Itcnry Brown, Bros. Fred E. Biles, Costlier I*. F. Schumacher, Vice-I’ros. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier Sagk lock lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property is We are working with everybody to build up Kagle Hock Valley j | and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business H | of every person in the Valley. |5 t I Not How Much But how good * I 1 | T ± T T The BON-TON GROCERY Quality Groceries, Fresh Vegetables 848 Eagle Rock Avenue Phone East 400 G. P. Pollard, Prop. ? ? ? t T ? ? t ? T ? ❖ Ed. Walts Satisfaction Guaranteed W. R. Phillippo PHILLIPPO &amp; WATTS Cement, Stone and Brick CONTRACTORS Sidewalks, Retaining Walls, Foundations 6450 Ruby East 2671 Garvanza, Cal. Just a Few Reasons Why Now Is the Time to Buy Beautiful Eagle Rock canyon ...
HOME DESTROYED BY TERRIBLE FIRE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
HOME DESTROYED BY TERRIBLE FIRE Fire destroyed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Downer on the upper end of Walnut street Friday afternoon at shortly before 2 o'clock. The fire was caused by the explosion of a gasoline stove, which Mrs. Downer had been generating at the time of the occurrence. It took but a few seconds before the mad flames had hold of the entire structure. Mrs. Downer was in the house alone with her little girl, and after assuring the safety of the child, she made a rush for the room where a large trunk stood. This she dragged out to the porch, where later help arrived and carried it to the home of neighbors. The trunk contained some valuable papers, but besides this nothing else was saved. The house was burned to the ground, and were it not for the large number of neighbors who fought tile flames, still further damage would have been done to the adjoining property. The loss was partly covered by insurance. As a usual thing at such an occurrance a large number of children w...
Great Danger of Fires [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Great Danger of Fires At this time of the year “brush tires" are a common occurrence. Some are started purely accidentally while a great many are started by people who burn the grass by making socalled “back fires” for the protection of their own property. Rut it is often the case that they lose control of the flames on account of the constant breeze and much more damage is done than would otherwise happen. To burn the grass is certainly a dangerous proposition for yourself and also the neighbors, besides it looks very bad to sec lots burned off with nothing but soot and ashes on the surface. It is much more profitable to have the grass raked up and put in a large pile and then burn it. In the absence of the drug store Miss Swan has added to her stock of dry goods and notions a line of drug sundries—Soaps, Perfumes, Absorbent Cotton and Gauze, Talcum Powder, Face Powder, Cream, etc. Also a line of rubber goods, Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes, Rubber Gloves, etc.
To Occupy New Building [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
To Occupy New Building The Phelps-Shannon Investment Comoany will move into their line new store building the first of next week and will have a large display of line builders’ hardware and kitchen furnishings. The other store room will be rented and it is their desire to locate a drug store there, as that is one of our present needs.
Clean-Up Day For Glendale [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Clean-Up Day For Glendale Last Saturday was “Clean-up Day” at Glendale, and the citizens of the entire city turned out and put the streets, park ways and vacant lots in excellent condition preparatory to the great May Festival. It would be a fine thing if the residents of this section would come out and hold a grand clean-up day. The streets seem to be somewhat neglected and a hard day’s work of the citizens would be well paid for.
Club Members In Joy Ride [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Club Members In Joy Ride A oozcn members of the Eagle Rock Tennis Club participated in a joy ride in Mr. H. O. Davis. Brush delivery. The machine started at the tennis court to Eagle Rock avenue and then down the avenue at a terrific speed, causing a great deal of criticism by onlookers. When down past Walnut street, the machine took in a large hump and one of the springs on the rear broke. This ended the joy ride and the crowd was obliged to walk home.
TENNIS CLUB TO GIVE BOX SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
TENNIS CLUB TO GIVE BOX SOCIAL A meeting of the Eagle Rock Tennis Club was held at the home of the j Misses Keyes on Monday evening. ! There was much discussion about the purchasing of lots for club purposes and the location of some, but Imally a motion was made and carried to drop the idea of buying a site now until the club was better organized and had more means. Arrangements are being made with Mr. Herzog for the further use of his court until such a time comes that the property can l&gt;e purchased. Arrangements were made to have a box social on the court on next Monday evening. The treasurer has been authorized to purchase the necessary supplies for lighting and decoration purposes. Mr. Hamilton O. Davis has been appointed official auctioneer lor the event. The ladies of the club will serve free refreshments and amusements for "big and little" will he provided for. All residents of this section are urged to attend and the ladies who come will bring lunch for two. i lie...
Opens Real Estate Office [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Opens Real Estate Office S. C. Wing, of the Poor &amp; Wing Realty Co., Highland Park, lias ipened an office in the Symphony .lall Building for the transaction of a General Real Estate and Insurance lusiness, under the name of the S. C. Wing Realty Co. Mr. Wing has carefully investigated conditions in Eagle Rock and believes they approximated most of Highland Park of seven or eight years ago. He has cast .in his lot here, not alone with the idea of getting all he can out of it, or with the expectations of running the other dealers in his line out of business, hut desires to cooperate with them and all others who have the good of the valley at heart, in working for everything that makes for the social, moral and financial growth and development of the Eagle Rock Valley. He is a staunch friend of Occidental College, and believes , we should all assist the officials of the College in building up a model institution in a model community. H. VV. Roloff started work last week on t...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Society Notes Mrs. Maynard, of Boyle Heights, gave a shower for Miss Elena Frackclton last Saturday, May 7th. The decorations were of pink and white. Dainty refreshments, harmonizing in color, were served. Fourteen teachers of the Amelia street school were present as guests, the whole affair was quite enjoyable and was a complete surprise to the recipient. • • • Mrs. Mary Hickson entertained a Saturday afternoon at her country home, Mayfair Park, Eagle Rock Valley, giving a whist party in honor of Miss Genevieve Cormack of Chicago, who is visiting here. The hostess was assisted in receiving by Mrs. Frederick William Schneider, Mrs. Godfrey Edwards and Mi ss F. M. Rogers. About fourteen guests were present and all had a most enjoyable time. • • • The luncheon party tendered to the members of the Ladies' Advance Thought and Study Circle was a decided success. It was given by Mrs Ronnell at her home in Los Angeles. The decorations were of pink and white. Each plate was marked by a butt...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Local Events Mr. and Mrs. Fcr-Don entertained a number of relatives of the city on Sunday. Mrs. Louise Brundige has been quite ill at her home on Fairmont Ave., Eagle Rock. Miss Nemo Stead and Mrs. Helen Stead of the city were visiting the 11. O. Davis family on Sunday. The Misses Daisy and Frances Roberts spent a day last week visiting Mr. C. S. Roberts in the valley. Townsend avenue has been oiled between Colorado Boulevard and Sycamore avenue. Gas mains are now being laid down Central avenue to Ridgeway Drive, which is a decided improvement. M. T. Hettinger went hunting one day last week with a friend and reports that he shot 24 rabbits. Mrs. L. R. Garrett and guests. Mrs. Myrtle Phinney and children, are spending the week's end at Catalina Reach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and sons of Angeleno Heights visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barber on Sunday . Mr. Louis Herzog is spending a few days, fishing trip in the back country. He says he will remain until he catches "somet...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
MISS A. N. SWAN Dry Goods, Notions, School Supplies aml Toilet Articles Symphony Hall Bldg Kagle Rock Colorado and Castle Aveyaes JSast 1772 Home 39399 Will M. Morrow PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING (ins Light Kapplies, Has J’lates, Heat ers and Ranges •leldilng I’roinj tly Attended to Kstiinates Given 5719 Pasadena Arc. Highland Park JAMES DUNCAN —Contractor For — Plain aid Ornamental Plastering Kstiinates cheerfully given 524 W. Ave. 56 Phone K. 1692 W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39117 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a s| ecialty. 6637 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park E. Hensler Dairy Co. Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily Located West of Kajrle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood. Proprietor Groceries, Kara ware, Ft el, Etc. Satisfactory (Lmds Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Kaj.de Rock Sm’set Glendale 1(113 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Kagle Rock twice a week Best Work K. 11. Howard, Mgr. Mant...