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NEW TENNIS CLUB IS PROGRESSING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
NEW TENNIS CLUB IS PROGRESSING Tin- tennis court which Mr. John Hailey has hccn getting in shape on the corner of I fill Drive and Kenilworth avenue is nearly completed The cement court is finished and this week the wire fences will he put tip and the court will he ready for use. A large number of athetically inclined people are looking forward to benefiting by the public spirit of Mr. Hailey and the court will at once become both tin athletic and social center. As soon as the members are in practice they hope to invite the tennis club in the upper end of the valley to a foutnament. So things will be doing in these ways before long. I'OR SALE Eight White Leg horn hens. These hens arc fine layers, from healthy and vigorous stock. Reasonable price. Call up East 2210.
AN INSPIRING AND EDUCATIONAL LECTURE AT SYMPHONY HALL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
AN INSPIRING AND EDUCATIONAL LECTURE AT SYMPHONY HALL A most delightful ami interesting event, both inspiring and educational, will take place litis Friday evening at Symphony Hall. It is to be a lecture on “The Glories and Stories of Oxford." delivered by the brilliant and noted speaker. Rev. Arthur J. Francis, of Madison avenue Congregational church, Chicago. Mis subject will comprise the university life of Oxford. England. The university life of this famous old own dates back to the eleventh century when its earliest efforts were hut feeble beams of light contending villi the then developing mists of ignorance. Hut these efforts sent hack i collected rainbow of promise for the glorious future which has since unfolded. The lover of literature will he stirred by such names as these: Shelley. Thomas Dc Qninccy. Duns Scotns. John Wycliff, John Harney. Sir Walter Raleigh, Matthew Arnold. Cecil Rhodes, William Pitt. Wolsey. Wellington, Wesley. Gadstone, Dr. Samuel Johnson and Dean Swif...
OCCIDENTAL PARK REALTY SALES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
OCCIDENTAL PARK REALTY SALES The \V. A. Roberts Really Company reports the sale of a six-room bungalow, at Xo. 214 Mariposa avenue, for Miss A. M. Arlherholl to Mrs. N. M. I letidershot, for consideration of $4/00; lot on the west side of Touawatula avenue, north of York boulevard, 50x150 feet, to 11. (). Salisbury, $1100; lot ou the east side of I'onawanda, north of York. 50x150 feet, to same buyer. $1000; lot on the west side of Alcatraz avenue, north of York, 50x150 feet, to \V. J llazlelt. $llOO.
May Festival A Success [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
May Festival A Success 'I lu* May festival held at (ilendale last Saturday. May 14th, was a decided success. Moreover, it has proved to 1 e a permanent success ol the (K mauds for its becoming an annual oc eurrer.ee in the most gladsome time »f the year, are large and claim&gt;m i e.ach annual event will mark the ad vent of ramie added inprovement l • this energetic and progressive little city. ihe generous and open-hearted 1,0 p tality shown by the tree tor all •y i:. which everything was conducted was greatly appreciated hy the numerous visitors. In fact, all that we can add to all hat has been said: to use eapresuve slang is that, fami the early beams .f the sun t&lt;» the silver radiance of .he moon, tiiere was always "some thing doing” and "being done up rown." .Ml Kagle Rock joins in e ■ nding her emg at ul itions to (»len dale for her sole ;d’;d achieve nu nt. We say with the rest may it occur again.
Moore To Deliver Address [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
Moore To Deliver Address Dr. K. Mirin', sain - ri n I n&lt;l t-n I of I,os A i mi'l is oily schools, mill soon 1 i take a professorial position at ale i : nivers : ty. will adilris . tin- people of this vicinity at tin- Glendale Union llitlh sclionl. Saturday evening, May ?1. at eight o’clock, under the auspices if the Federation Parent Teachers’ ssocialion. All are most cordially invited to attend. look what tlu l Ilitthland Park Furnitiir*.* Company is offering. A i’ne handsome 54-piece dinner set at ?.'&lt;. E 0 linoleum at 45c and 50c a yard. Porch furniture in various dc;''jtis Gas ranges and refrigerators, old and new, at prices that will surprise you. You should call and see them Carfare paid when orders are received.
Lawyers and the Press [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
Lawyers and the Press Despite the declarations of lawyers ' at the late meeting of an Oregon Rar association, the average newspaper is about as truthful aft the average individual. Certainly it is as truthful as ( the average lawyer; it can hold its 1 own in any kind of a veracity contest with the learned members of the !• gal profession. It has come to he quite the fad to note in a supercilious manner that one cannot believe much of the information or news printed in a newspaper, &gt;ll is easy for any individual to make the remark; it is not so easy t ■« live up to. tbif statement. Men do place credence in newspaper statelien's because they know these staterunts are in the main true. A newspaper that tried to publish anything but the truth, as the lawyers profess to *hin|&gt; is the case with some or all ■ newspapers, could not long exist. The j.',remarks to the contrary at the bar association are fere bosh and of not 'the v lightest weight. To brand them as such i...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
S. C. WING REALTY CO. ii 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, Gdod listing of properties Lots Office Symphony Hall Building Eagle Rock f na ll f na l| 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. Hotter get j n |i nc with your order. Do it now. BLACK DIAMOND ABERDEEN OR WELLINGTON R. A. BAKER COMPANY 6050-6064 Pasadena Ave. Sunset E 599—Phones—Home 39044 Oh! What a Snap, To Get a Home Pay the Phelps-Shannon Investment Company $23 down on a lot and $lO a month and when you have paid in $l5O, if you wish, we will build you a new modern bungalow on your lot and you continue,to pay like rent. €J Try this and you will soon own a home of your own : : : : PHELPS-SHANNON INVESTMENT CO. Incorporated, Cap.tal Stock $50,0...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
Society Notes The Ladies' Advance Thought and Study Circle will meet this afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frackelton, Ragle Rock. • s&gt; * A very unique and informal affair was given last Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. A. Hickson, Hill Drive, Eagle Roek. The affair was a Thimble party. About 35 ot the ladies of Eagle Roek attended. * * * Some thirty young ladies, being friends of Miss Aliee MeCallum, gave her a miscellaneous shower at the home of R. Maynard on Crites street hast Friday evening. Miss MeCallum is shortly to be married. The announcement will follow in a week or so. • * * A very delightful meeting of tin' Aomen's Twentieth Century Club vas held Thursday. May 12th. at the home of Mrs. Weir. Eagle Roek. A nost charming and interesting talk vas given by Miss Emma L. Hawkesof San Dimas. Her subject was Ecolomic on Time. Labor and Money in the Home, A splendid quartet was rendered 'y Mrs. Cowan, Mrs. Harrison. Mrs. Reed and Miss Bessie Hare and asisted by th...
FLORISTAN HEIGHTS TRACT SALES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
FLORISTAN HEIGHTS TRACT SALES E. Becker reports the " following sales at Eagle Roek Valley: In Florist.an Heights Tract, C. A. Dye. lot 50v ISO feet, on Colorado street. $1000; F. \V. Bernhardt, lot 50x150 feet on Waldron avenue, $600; E. Heller, lot SOx 160 feet on Colorado, $1000; A. A, Richardson, lot 50x150 feet on Colorado street, $1000; E. A. Humphrey, lot 50x150, on Colorado, $1200; B. B, Blair, lot 50x140, on 'Fail-view avenue. $500; M. Bannon, two lots 50x150 I* H W"-.' each, on Waldron avenue. $1200; M. R. Me Burney, lot 90x165, on Palorna I avenue, $1300; T. Larson, two lots Myers &amp; Kulli Eagle Rock Tract, improved with a four-room bungalow, $1300; J. Bryan, lot 98x165 feet on Palorna avenue. $l4O, Mr. F. F,, Boothe left last Friday to visit his mother at Cedar Rapids, lowa. Mr. Boothe intends to take in several other eastern points, make a tour of Canada and return home by way of Washington,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
MIS® A. N. SWAN Dry 0 noils, Notions, School Supplies mol Toilet Articles Symphony 11 ;i 11 Bldg Engle Rock Colorado and Castle Avenues East 1772 Home 39.499 Will M. Morrow PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING (ias Light Enpplies, (las Plates, Heat ers and Ranges ■lobbing Proni) tly Attended to Estimates (liven ,i7IJt Pasadena Ave. Highland Park JAMES DUNCAN —(’on I met or Eor — Plain and Ornamental Plastering Estimates cheerfully given 52 I \V. Ave. 50 I‘hone E. 109*2 W. 13. Xlichmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We -repair anything and everything. IlieyVles ami motorcycles a specialty. ♦»&lt; l .* * 7 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park E. Hensler Dairy Co. Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily l.neaied West of Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery ( Ito Lockwood, Proprietor G Oceries, Kara ware, Fuel, Etc. S;it istactory Goods Low Prices s ca note and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Sn:set (Jlendale 10.13 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock twice a we...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
r,‘ ■ “ ■ 1 Convenient Trading and Quick Service. A larger assortment than you think Garvanza Department Store A. Rosenblatt, Proprietor 109 South Avenue 64, Garvanza Phone East 1844 5-inch Taffeta Ribbon, yd 25c 10c Val Races at 5c 5 yard bolts Baby Ribbon, at per boll 10c Ink tablets, tit 5c Knvelopes. ti package 5c Ink, per bottle 5c kotnpers, each 25c Ruebing, each 10c Site Suspenders tit 25c Rest Men’s Work Shirts 50c 4-incb Satin Ribbon, ■special, per pard 10c \lso till kinds of Hosiery .and Underwear for men. women and children. Shoes til bargain prices. It is important to Ibis part of the town on trade with ns. ■tv mu that ’W. FIRE INSURANCE How About The Insurance? Look It Up and Let Me Know Home 39077 WM. R. MYERS 107 S. Ave. 64 Garvanza P. O. Building Pad 52 I
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
Local Events H. W. Roloff blew in Sunday at Long Beach. Mrs. Harriett Dinsmore is ill, suffering from neuralgia. Hector M. Liengne has purchased lot 27 of the Phelps-Shannon Co. and will build a home soon. Attorney Schroeder went to Lancaster yesterday in order to attend to some Antelope Valley land titles. A. H. Jessen bought lot 2, Strickland Road, of Phelps-Shannon Investment company and will soon build. Mrs. L. F. James left hist Wednesday for the East, where she will spend several months visiting friends. The Annandale Parents Association met at the school house on Tuesday i afternoon and the members enjoyed a line program. R Maynard has been doing the 1 gas-litting for several residents along the avenue. Among the work recently done by Mr. Maynard was the fitting on the homes of Mr Marinit, Mr Ramsey and Mr. McLeod. 1 Golden Pollard, the handsome young proprietor of the Mon-Ton | Grocery, observed the Sabbath by moving a large barn on the rear of the property in another positi...
HOWL ANYWAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
HOWL ANYWAY If you don't just like everything you see in your home paper, go around the streets and howl. The editor is never supposed to make a mistak and of course cannot do so. Other people can, but the editor is übi(|uitous, omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent, “omniverous." If you If you can't see a good point, don't fail to see a bad one. If a thousand pleasant things are said of people, hunt for something unpleasant. If you don't find it, howl some more; if you do, howl anyway. Never mind your own business; watch for something to find fault with in some other man’s business, this will make you great. Here is the way an exchange understands the new game law. Book agents may be killed from August Ist to October Ist; spring poets from March to July; scandal mongers from January Ist to December .list, inclusive: umbrella borrowers from February Ist to November Ist. Open season all the year round on life insurance agents and the fellows who borrow their neighbors’ papers.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
"Shelf uml Builders’ Hardware, Stoves Tinware, G rani town re, Screen and Wire Nettings. Paints, Oils and (-lass Garvanza Hardware W, L. Vaii Wig. Proprietor Plnmliing and Gas Kitting 201-203 N. Ave. 64 Garvanza East 2376 Home 39301 ....PER DON'S.... “(UnUwjpJim” ■A AV'A*A A*A t 5 Delicious Ice Cream Sodas, Candy and Confections. Full Line of Cigars and Tobacccs S Colorado and Central Aves. ♦ Douglas Hollingworth &lt; » « * VI si "MIIINC* Phone East 654 Bank Building Eagle Bock Valley * * *» l I’liom* Hast 1148 Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock and vicinity and we therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Bock J. L EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED R. F. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phone East 2305 EAOLE BOCK 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...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
A E FINLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only (isrt-class woik solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays PhoneC923l Residence 318 North Avenue 65 Los Angeles, Cal. Hubert Jtenry Brown. Pres. Fred E. Biles, Onshier P. F. Schumacher, Viee-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier Eagl? iSnrk lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. aßa A. ATa afta a.Ta ATa ATa aTs ATa, I Not How Much l : ? « i ,!: T V t ~ s But how good | iThe BON-TON GROCERY j; T V V Quality Groceries, Fresh Vegetables )* B4B Eagle RcckAvenue Phene East 400 G. P. Pollard, Prop. 4&gt;^» ATaa-Ta ATa a,Ta. ATa. aTa. aTs aTa at* aT* a^a A ? t ? ♦ ♦ t ? T ? ? ? T t T ? t ? t ? T ? ♦♦♦ Floristan Heights f T ♦!♦ t t The Eastern Gateway of Eagle Rock Valley ♦♦♦ — ’* ? T iTa ? ? I Lying midway between the new site of Occiden...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
Local Events Mr. Ed. Brundige left last Friday on a business trip to Chicago, 111. Mr. Civille is feeling quite indisposed at his home on Central avenue, Eagle Rock. Mrs. A. M. Cooper is spending a few days at the home of her mother. Mrs. Broxholnie. Mrs. Ed. Brundige is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Simon, of ,I,ong Beach. Mrs. Frederick Schreiber had as her house guest Mrs. John A. Hill of San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hannaford and children spent a pleasant day last Sunday at Long Beach. Mrs. S. W. Broxholnie and daughter, Mrs. Cooper, will spend the weekend at the seaside. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Murdock of Pasadena were guests last Sunday of Miss Elena Frackelton. Mr. S. P. Richardson of Seattle, Wash., is visiting his daughter. Mrs. Fred Hannaford, of Eagle Rock. Miss Ethel Bryan has returned home for a summer vacation from Berkeley, where she is teacher of elecution. I. D. L. Williams, a well-known stock man of Prescott, Ariz., spent several days last week visiting at th...