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OUR LOCAL WEEKLY. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
OUR LOCAL WEEKLY. Wl never starts a weekly newspaper under the impression that it may serve him as a »piick-get-rieli scheme. makes the mistake of his life. The great major!y of liie dilors choose their profession hy moral enthusiasm, hy real interest in the cause for which they tight. Eighting. indeed, is newspaper work, lighting for a principle. for a just cause. “The ideal editor who holds his calling sacred and whose opinions cannot he bought or sold: who serves his constituency with the fidelity of lie priest for h s people or of the family physician for his patients, deserves the place id' honor in I is category. Me it is who labors for the work’s sake, unmindful of the pecuniary rewards; who espouses the cause of the poor and oppressed aga nsl the powerful anarchist who abuses his influence. When the microbe of journalism enters the system of the individual who must be an editor; because he cannot be happy oth-1 ei wise, there is no other course to pursue than to allow it ful...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
ii S. C. WING REALTY CO. Real Estate, Fire and Automobile Insurance, in the St. Paul F. &amp; M. Insurance Co. Reasonable Rales, Fair Adjustment Owner of La Encina (Live Oaks) Tract at the head of the valley. $6OO to $7OO. Good listing of properties Lots Office Symphony Hall Building Eagle Rock O rV,olf P na lf Bargain Day Any Day in this Month Prices Quoted are for this month only and affords the only opportunity to get fuel at the lowest price for the season. R. A. BAKER COMPANY Sacks 5 Cents Kadi unless Exchanged 6050-6064 Pasadena Ave. Sunset E 599—Phones—Home 39044 T. E. SHANNON. Pres. East 505 F. W. PHELPS, See *y East 594 “iTorsEs uni/r on the instau.ment plan” PHELPS-SHANNON INVESTMENT CO. Incorporated, Capital Stock $50,000 REAL ESTATE, RENTALS AND INSURANCE GENERAL HARDWARE S? Eagle Rock Avenue and M a liantonga Way East 565 Phones: East 11 Home 30272 $ Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park f V/ VI/ vi/ vi/ VI/ I I vi/ Red or Yellow Harvanen Car ...
Church News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Church News A very fine service was held Sunday at the Eagle Rock M. E. church. A fair audience was in attendance and the sermon was enjoyed by all. The Congregational Church is preparing to observe Memorial Sunday in befitting manner. The guests at the morning service will be the meml ers of the Glendale Post of the G. A. R. and such other ve rans of the civil war as may be living hereabouts. The sermon will be preached by Rev. J. S. Pitman, who is the chaplain of the G. A. R.. this department, and there will be special music, appropriate to the occasion. In an interview with Dr. Spangler he said he was very well pleased with the progress made by the Congregationalists. Dr. Spangler visited the new edifice and he believes it will be a marvel of beauty and convenience. He hopes God will bless them until they can’t hold the blessings, and it will roll out and llow over the entire valley, tilling it with good things from our Lord. In the meantime the Methodists will continue to hold o...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Society Notes • • • The Advance Thought Club meets this afternoon at the home of V-;s Harnham of Adams avenue. • • • The Ladies’ Aid Society of the An nandale Union church meets at the home of Mrs T. E Shannon on Mahantonga Way on Wednesday. May 18. All are invited. • • • Miss Ellen Galpin is hostess at a house party which is being held at her home in Eagle Rock. The guests are students of the Senior class of the Los Angeles High School. • • • The Ladies Aid Society of the An nandale Union church gave an ice cream social at the church yesterday afternoon and evening. The social was a very successful one and a large number attended. The proceeds will be used for the benefit of improving the church property. • o • Miss Anna Mcgilligan and Miss Helen Tapper took part in the Greek comedy, “The Parliament of Women,” which was given by the Col lege Woman's Club Saturday. May 7. on the lawn of Mrs. John W. Mitchell. Los Angeles, Our garden hose is 8 1-2 to ISc a foot. Nice assortment of sp...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
A E FINLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only fisrt-class work solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays PhoneC923l Residence 318 North Avenue 65 Los Angeles, Cal. * ;*"*=*!r'n?nnTnTTTTnntnnnniniT^ii isi^;i f iUtMiSiiii | Robert Henry Brown. Pres. Prod E. Biles, Cashier P. P. Sehuniaeher, Vice Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier £aglf j&amp;ork lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock Valley I and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business [i; of every person in the Valley. H Y 4 x Not How Much But how good ❖The BON-TON GROCERY Quality Groceries, Fresh Vegetables n ? ? T 4 ♦% I. 4♦l* x 4 A 848 Eagle Rock Avenue Phone East 400 G. P. Pollard, Prop, 4 ? V Ed. Watts Satisfaction Guaranteed W. R. Phillippo PHILLIPPO &amp; WATTS Cement, Stone and Brick CONTRACTORS Sidewalks, Retaining Walls, Foundations r Just a Few Reasons Why NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!!!! Be...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Local Events Mr. Harry Swineford of Mahantonga Way has been ill several days this week. Charles Bothema is plastering the two cottages of Mr. H. Towner on liaird street. Aliss Virginia Ramsey has taken ill with the grip, but it is hoped that she will soon recover. Win. R. Scheuner and family entertained Mr. F. Gacbel, wife and son, of Pasadena, on Sunday. Mr. Ulrick bought two lots on Walnut street of W. Ueddome and expects to build a home soon. F. G. Teachout leaves this morning tor his orange ranch at Tulare, where he will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Welch have moved into their cozy little home on Annandale avenue on Monday. Mr and Mrs. A. O. Killers spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown at La Parada Park. Mrs. 11. 11. Hastings and little child returned last week from the hospital. Both are reported to be getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Xewlon of Mahantonga Way, entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burton and Mr. J. D. Roskins at dinner on Sunday. Mr...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
shelf :tmi Guilders’ Hardware, Stoves Tinware, (irnniteware, Screen and Wire Nettings, Paints, Oils and Glass Garvanza Hardware W. L. Van Wig, Proprietor Plumbing and Gas Kitting 201-203 N. Ave. 64 Garvanza Mast 2376 Home 39301 ....PER DON'S.... “(Eollegr Jmt” • AV&gt; ZJi Ass A'A AJi AJS AJA AJ Delicious Ice Cream Sodas, Candy and Confetfions. Full Line of Cigars and Tobaccos Colorado and Central Aves. Hollingworthj Phone East 654 ■ 3ank Building Eagle Rock Valley jMi..n.- Hast 1148 Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We are working with everybody to I nil• I up Ragle Boek and vicinity and we therefore greatly desire yonr trade. Central and Colorado Streets Ragle Boek J. E. EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED R. F. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phone East 2305 EAOLE ROCK Garvanza Home Bakery 2 10c loaves bread 15c If you buy of us you are sure of getting all goods fresh, clean and pure, as we use the best material on the market. Everything Home-Made. .IKDLICK BROS.. Props. 1(17 No. ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
♦ f t t 1 T T t 1 T ? t ? T f ? T t t I T t t T ? t t ? T t Gas Ranges ❖ T "Diredt Adion” and "Garland” are the lines we carry—we will get you any kind you want at city prices. We want your business! Do you need anything in the line of Hardware or Paint? Phone us your orders. * t ? t ♦ t ? z * T ? ? t t ? Ritchey &amp; GTollhouse x t t t "THE NEW HARDWARE STORE" Colorado and Castle Phone East 477 ♦♦♦ * t T t T X ♦♦♦ T I ♦ t Floristan Heights t T ❖ t ♦♦♦ The Eastern Gateway of Eagle Rock Valley ♦*♦ z k ? t t * ? * T t ? ? k t k ? f ♦&gt; : t ? Lying midway between the new site of Occidental College, and the proposed Huntington Park at the foot of Eagle Rock, being less than 10 minutes walk from either place and fronting on three of the principal streets cf the valley, on Colorado Boulevard, Townsend avenue and Sycamore, Floristan Heights offers the greatest V opportunity for the Home builder or investor today. It lies at &lt;£&lt;» the end of the Eagle...
Rapid Work on New Church [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Rapid Work on New Church The new Congregational church is delighting the eyes of all as its beautiful lines become more apparent in the larger completion of the structure. It is now ready for plastering and will be ready for dedication by July Ist. at least. The superintendent, Joseph Barber, and the building committee arc receiving congratulations over the beauty and utility of the building. Mr. Hollingworth has finished the plumbing and gas piping, Mr. Chobe, the electrician, will finish the wiring immediately to make way for Mr. Wilson, who will do the phis tcring. The Pacific Hardwood Floor Co. will put in the floors and the finishing be completed as soon as possible. The Valley will be richer for this building in intellectual and social ways as well as spiritually.
Miss Fleming Entertains [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Miss Fleming Entertains Miss Cecile Fleming, of Oak Grove avenue gave a luncheon in honor of Miss Anna Weeks of Alhambra, last Saturday. Covers were laid for ten, the guests were Mr. A. C. Weeks, Misses Mary, Helen, and Teresa Weeks, Frank Weeks, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fleming. On June 20 Miss Anna Weeks and Miss Fleming will leave for Naples where both will pursue their vocal studies. They expect to be absent three years. Broxbolme Bros, are doing the mason work on the two fine new houses in the Floristan Park tract for Dr. and Mrs. Johnson. The work includes chimneys, foundation and brick porch
Queer Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Queer Advertisements Curiously worded advertisements which tire funny without the authors bitent are to be found in almost any number of any newspaper. The following announcements were printed in all good faith in the advertising columns of various F.nglish newspapers, and, as a whole, they won a prize offered by a London periodical for the best collection of such specimens of unconscious humor: A lady wants to sell her piano, as -he is going away, in a strong iron frame. Wanted —F.xperienccd nurse for bottled baby. Furnished apartments suitable for gentleman with folding doors. Two sisters want washing. Wanted—A room by two gentlemen about thirty feet long and twenty feet wide. Lost—A collie dog by a man on Saturday answering to Jim and with a muzzle. Wanted—By a respectable girl; her passage to New York; willing to take care of children and a good sailor. Respectable widow wants washing on Tuesdays. For Sale —A pianoforte, the property of a musician with carved legs. Mr. Brown, fu...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m. Sundays by appointment DR. S. Y. VAN METER 503S Pasadena Ave. Jlinliland Para Phones: Fast 112 0-0011 Residence, 14'.) Fast Ave. 53 Phones: Fast 2205, Home 30342 Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Faglo Rock Avenue car line Phone Fast 2217 HOME GOODS Lawn Mowers Garden Hose Croquet Sets Hammocks Lawn Te nn i s Kodaks he Wm.H.HoegeeCo. Inc. . 138-140-142 South Main St. V ; ✓ T. W. Watson W. O. Watson Glendale Seed Store &amp; Nursery FULL LINE OF STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES. If desired, trees planted and cared for at moderate cost. For Sale —500 Phoenix palms, 2 to 5 ft. high, 50e to $2; also 500 orange trees. Trees for park ways a Specialty. FRFF DELIVERY. 552 W. 4th St. Glendale. Cal. BOLLINGER’S THE LEADER Prices count. They are all getting what they want at prices that can't be beat. Prices That SELL and Goods that SELL Again I have the agency for the Det...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 May 1910
■ Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 I Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 019-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT U 1&lt;: A Jj K S T A T E You Furnish the Bargains I will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddnek, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Ragle Hock Valley. Phone East 2225 At ’ore Eagle Rock News in the “Sentinel” than in all other papers in the world, combined. v?* &lt;J "Deal with the man who does in his line the molt business—there’s W a reason for it" 1 w Edwards &amp; Wildey Co. I 2 c - Capital $50,000 REAL ESTATE m Our Eagle Rock Sales Now Over g 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. " It Pays to See Us " Harry S. Bourne, Manager Eagle Rock Dep’t. 232 Laughlin Building. 3rd and Broadway, Los Angeles Ift Branch in E...
BOX SOCIAL IS A GREAT SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
BOX SOCIAL IS A GREAT SUCCESS Monday evening the Eagle Rock Tennis Club gave a box social on the grounds of Louis Herzog. Ihe tremendous success of the affair was the characteristic of the club’s progressive spirit. The tennis court and surrounding gre units were brilliantly illuminated by hundreds of Japanese lanterns. One of the features was a miniature comet, which starfetd directly over the auctioneer’s head and spread its "tail over the court and road. Seventy gues.s were present from every part of the city. The young folks played old fashioned party games until about 9:,10, when Mr. 11. 0 F)avis. the official auctioneer, mounted the stand, and the real busi--1 e sof the- evening commenced. Mr. 1 i- proved himself to be the fastest "hoi air merchant" ever s&lt; en in the valley, and had no trouble in dis posing of the prettily decorated boxes at top notch prices. The highest price obtained for any one box was SI S', the total sum taken in during lb- ■ le being about $l5...