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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
HOME GOODS Lawn Mower* Garden Hose Croquet Sets Hammocks Lawn Ten nis Kodaks The 'Wm.H.Hoegee Co. ,nc J3 3-140-142 South Main St.^ % sft dm TO % A Hl® McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for style, perfect fit, simplicity tnd reliability nearly 40 y&lt; rs. Sold in ticutly every city and town in the United States :r. d Canada, or by mail direct. More so’d tbr.ni any other make. Send for free catalogue. McCALL*S MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fashion magazine—million a month. Invaluable. Latest styles, patterns, dressmaking, millinery, plain sewing, fancy needlewoi k, hairdressing. fiood stories, etc. Un'y I double), including a free pattern. Subscribe today, or send for sample copy. WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents, Postal brings premium catalogue and new rash prize ofl'ei s. Address mi RcCAU CO., sn to Ml W. S7m St.. NEW YOU T. W. Wtitson W. G. Watson Glendale Seed Store &amp; Nursery I FULL LINE OF STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES. If desired, trees plant ed and eaied for at...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 L Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 019021 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OB NIGHT LADT ATTENDANT HKAIaK S T A T K You Furnish the Bargains 1 will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddoek, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Rock Valley. Phone East 2225 hA ore Eagle Rock Newt in the “Sentinel” than in all other * M papers in the world, combined. f| 'Deal with the man who does in his line the mofl business—there's a reason (or it* Edwards &amp; Wildey Co. &lt;■&gt;«• Capital $50,000 REAL ESTATE Our Eagle Rock Sales Now Over One-and-a-half Millions t 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 1 Harry S. Bourne, Manager Eagle Rock Dep't. 232 Laughlin Building. 3rd and Broadway, Los Angeles Branch in Eagle Rock Bank Bldg, and...
NEED OF A CLEAN-UP DAY IS GREAT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
NEED OF A CLEAN-UP DAY IS GREAT The enormous suecess of the recent Glendale celebration and the admiratiun of that pretty town on the part of the numerous visitors, depended a great deal upon the neat appearance of its streets. Innnediatetly preceding the festival day there had been appointed a Clean-up Day in bi'dcr' tfi show the visitors a clean city. Clean streets, free from any ob- , noxious waste pile, dry grass and . weeds, paper, etc. While Eagle Rock is at the pres- - cut not planning any , particular en- t lenainments for visitors, we must not "forget that many people come here ■ every day and especially on Sundays. Since Mr. Huntington lias made public his plans for opening up a beautiful and romantic picnic place in h.agle Rock Valley, hundreds of people flock to the scene of his future achievements every Sunday. They continue their trip.- to the business district of Eagle Rock, walking or using conveyances; they observe Eagle Rock avenue, the big thoroughfare to the vall...
Church News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
Church News The Loyal Temperance Legion of Ann.indale was well represented at the '.V C. T. U. Convention which wa« held Saturday at the M. E. Church at Los Angeles, All members of the local district were present and took a conspicuous part in the demonstration. * * * Good congregations were in attendance at the Congregational church Sunday, and the song services in the evening was particularly enjoyed. Such Congregational singing is as delightful as it is unusual. The text of the morning was a double one. "We ought to give the more earnest heed to the things we have heard lest we drift." and "lest having preached to others 1 myself should become a castaway," i. e., flotsam, a drifter. In the evening the preacher continued his service of talks on "Our Neighbors in he Church Kingdom." the special church under consideration being the Episcopal. The stateliness of ritual, he reverential spirit, the beauty of architecture, the energy in administration and the enthusiasm in evangelism of...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 May 1910
I Ed. Watts Satisfaction Guaranteed W. R. Phillippo I PHILLIPPO &amp; WATTS Cement, Stone and Brick CONTRACTORS Sidewalks, Retaining Walls, Foundations 6460 Ruby East 2671 Garvatua, Cal. Bollinger’s The Leader O Prices count. They are all gelling what they want at prices that can’t be beat. o Prices That SELL and GOODS that SELL Again See my fine line of Gas Ranges &amp; Plates Bollinger’s Grocery KK u Av&lt; I ,s ' 030 S N Just a Few Reasons Why NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!!!! Peaullful Eagle Rock canyon Will Soon Be transformed into a magnificent public park. tj Ihe Eagle Rock Avenue car line Is Being extended to this park. Cj Gas mains throughout the entire Eagle Rock Valley Is. 4| The Good Roads Boulevard also Is. €J And the concrete bridge spanning across the canyon near the reck Is also being built. Are you Wise? Do you know what all these Improvements mean to properly here? Get Busy and See KULLI AND HERZOG At the end ot Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone Ea...
LECTURER PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
LECTURER PLEASES LARGE AUDIENCE THE most interesting and entertaining event for a long time passed was the lecture given last Friday night by the Rev. A. J. Francis at the Symphony Hall. The stereopticon views were splendid, clear in detail and artistic in color. The songs rendered by Mrs. Anna Lavender and Mr. Francis were delightful. In the lecture members of the audience were taken on a touring trip through Oxford and its surroundings. Although imaginary, the trip was made very realistic and vivid by the forceful language of the lecturer. Persons hearing this lecture will read the masterpieces of English. The Rev. A. J Francis will deliver a lecture to the Y. M. C. A.; also the Polytechnic High School of Los Angeles. All Eagle Rock joins in the wish that we may have the pleasure of hearing him again.
Out Hustling for Funds [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Out Hustling for Funds The Building Committee of the Congregational church canvassed the valley last Tuesday for subscriptions to aid in completing the new church. The members on the committee were as follows: Mr. Galloupe, Mr. Cowan. Rev. A. W. Hare. Mr. Pitman, Mr. Young, Mr. Hailey, Mr. Schreiber, Mr. Bryan and Mr. Adams. At the same time a delightful and informal affair was held at the lovely home of Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Hailey, Hill Ride. It partook more of the nature of a picnic. The members of the committee who had been working for a good cause were well rewarded by the delightful luncheon which was served to them.
Memorial Services Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Memorial Services Sunday The memorial services which will he held at the Congregational church will be attended next Sunday by members of the Methodist congregation of Eagle Rock. These services will be exceptionanally tine. All, whether members or non-members, should take advantage of them. Rev. J. S. Pitman, chaplain of the G. A. R., will conduct them. The Glendale Post of the G. A. R. will attend in a body. There will be special music appropriate to the occasion. As the Kcv. Homer Scott of the M. E. church of Eagle Rock will be absent on a three months vacation his regular duties as pastor will be assumed by the thoroughly competent ministers Rev. Lovejoy and the Rev. Or. Spangler. Our Gas Ranges are from $12.50 to $4O. See our line before you buy. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. Our Phone East 477.
Many Make Trip To Mt. Wilson To View Comet and Eclipse of Moon [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Many Make Trip To Mt. Wilson To View Comet and Eclipse of Moon OF the thousand people who made the climb to the summit of Mt. Wilson on Saturday and Sunday, a goodly number hoped for at least a glimpse of the comet or of eclipsed moon through the big Icnsc or the apparatus supplementing the bigger refractor; of the half hundred members of the High School faculty who, through the courtesy of Mr. Babcock, of the observatory staff, had been promised a view of the instruments and an explanation of their use, very few feared failure to get a satisfactory sight unless the night should prove cloudy; and of all the people that made the laborious ascent, for indeed were they that dreamed that the traveler carrying a two dollar folding opera glass was better equipped for comet viewing than the attaches of the million dollar observatory. Tlic members of the High School faculty party were first introduced up the solar observatory, consisting of an iron-frame, canvas-sided and shingle-roofed bui...
Southern California Editorial Ass’n. Enjoys Pleasant Excursion [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Southern California Editorial Ass’n . Enjoys Pleasant Excursion F .RASANT indeed, was the outing _ of llte “Southern California Editorial Association” which was made on Thursday and Friday of last week. The trip was started on Thursday morning at eight o’clock when about a hundred and twenty-live members of the association, representing the leading daily and weekly papers of Southern California, gathered at the Santa Fe depot with their wives, and (those who were fortunate enough to have no wives) with their lady friends. The first stop was made at San Bernardino, where the party arrived at ten-thirty. Here they were entertained by the members of the Elks' lodge and taken to their beautiful hall in the center of the city. The great industrial parade at the Centennial was witnessed and after a brief visit to other places of interest the trip was continued to Patton. Under the direction of the trustees of the State Institution a fine luncheon was served and after a few speeches that f...
A GOOD EXAMPLE TO FOLLOW [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
A GOOD EXAMPLE TO FOLLOW THAT the little editorial in our last week's issue done some good was made evident when some of the energetic residents on Glendale Place got out on Sunday morning to celan up that street. There were half a dozen men out with their hoes, rakes, shovels and brooms, and inside half an hour the largest part of the street was in lirstclass condition. On Monday the Phelps-Shannon Company put a man to work finishing up what was left undone. The grass along the parkways and street was raked together and burned. The tin cans were hauled off and the dirt removed from the sidewalk. This is a very good example for residents along other streets to follow. '1 he work is quickly done and well paid for. It seems that it would not be any more than right that the non-resident property holders should turn out and help, and not only yield the benefit of work done by others.
Twenty New Bungalows [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Twenty New Bungalows Edwards &amp; Wildey, tho great Eagle Rock real estate promoters,' a large force of men at work Monday on the construction of twenty bungalows on their Oak Hill tract, Regina Lane. The houses will all be built on extremely artistic and unique plans and will contain 5 rooms and bath. The Oak llill tract is comprised of 80 lots, all except a few having been sold. Most of the buyers expect to build homes in the near future.
Tennis Club Meets [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Tennis Club Meets The Kagle Rock Tennis club met at the home of the secretary, Hugh Haillie, yesterday evening Emblems for the club were submitted and the one considered best will be made the official emblem. Black and Red have been chosen the club colors. The jovial politician is around with the glad hand and a nomination paper to sign. He is also looking to the country newspaper for complimentary notices, and when he is told that ■notices cost money, he will unfold a long story of how much he is allowed to spend on his campaign.—Ex. Give us a chance to sell you what hardware you may need. If our prices are not right then we do not ask for your trade Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. The Hardware men—Phone E. 477.
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Local Events Mr. Kern and family left on Monday for their future home at Fresno. Miss Minnie Dorccy visited her cousin's home. Mrs. Pollard, on Sunday. Mrs. Kriescn and children left on Sunday for San Francisco, where she will jon her husband. Mrs. Morris and son have rented the Schnurr cottage on Mahatonga Way and moved in on Monday. Mr. Harry Redding and family will move into their line new home on Glenandale Place the first of next week. Claude Finley, officer on hoard the U. S. torpedo ship. Hull, visited at the home of his brother, A. E. Finley, on Eagle Rock avenue last week. Joint Xewhart’s new home on Mahantonga Way is now in course of construction and the owner will occupy it as soon as the work is completed. The new screen windows and doors on the Annandale church form a valuable improvement. Another benefit for the cause of such improvements would be a good plan. The Phelps-Shannon company will I e comfortably located in their line lew store building by the lir-t of the w...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Society Notes Mrs. Colonel Eddy of Hotel Hillcrest. Los Angeles, tendered a rcteption last week to the Kev. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Francis of Chicago. • • t Miss Alice McCnllin announces her marriage to Mr. Arthur Wilson. The wedding is to take place on \\ ednesday. June 1, at the Church of the Angels, • • • The Ladies' Twentieth Century Club held a picnic at Verdugo Canyon yesterday. The program was splendid and a large number of ladies were in attendance. • • The Ladies' Advance Thought and Study Circle had a very pleasant meeting last Friday at the home of Mrs. Frackelton, Eagle Rock. Mrs. Bonnell of Los Angeles, was a guest at the club. Notice—Parties living in west section of Eagle Rock Valley wanting good Jersey milk and cream can have same delivered every day by calling up Glendale 167.1.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
MISS A. N. SWAN Dry Goods. Notions, School Supplies [ and Toilet Articles Symphony Hall Bldg Eagle Bock Colorado and Castle Avenues East 1772 Home 89399 Will M. Morrow PLUMBING AND GAS PITTING Gas Eight Eupplies, Gas Plates, Heaters and Kanges Jobbing Promptly Attended to Estimates Given .’&gt;7l9 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park JAMES DUNCAN —Contractor For — Plain and Ornamental Plastering Estimates cheerfully given flop w. Ave. 56 Phone E. 1692 W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39117 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty, tl‘B7 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park E. Hensler Dairy Co. Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily Located West of Eagle Bock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood. Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods ——Low Prices Svcatnore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Bock Sunjjt Glendale 1613 Home 728 Gtendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Bock twice a week Best Work E. 11. Howard, Mgr. M...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
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-inc li Taffeta Ribbon, yd 25c 10c Val Laces at Sc 5 yard bolts Baby Ribbon, at per bolt 10c Ink tablets, at Sc Envelopes, a package Sc Ink. per bottle Sc Rompers, each 25c Rncbing. each 10c 50c Suspenders at 25c Best Men's Work Shirts 50c 4-inch Satin Ribbon, special, per pard 10c Also all kinds of Hosiery and Underwear for men, women and children. (Some Shoes at bargain prices. It is important to this part of the town .that von trade with us. FIRE INSURANCE How About The Insurance? Look It Up and Let Me Know WM. R. MYERS 107 S. Ave. 64 Garvanza P. O. Building Home 39077 Easl 521