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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
; Ed. Watts Satisfaction Guaranteed W. R. Phillippo PHILLIPPO &amp; WATTS Cement, Stone &amp; Brick Contractors Our Automatic Cement Mixing Machine does the work 4 times as good as it could be done by the ordinary process Sidewalks, Retaining Walls, Foundations 6460 Ruby East 2671 Garvanza, Cal. Just a Few Reasons Why NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!!!! Beautiful Eagle Rock canyon Will Soon Be transformed into a magnificent public park. Ihe Eagle Rock Avenue car line Is Being extended to this park, ij Gas mains throughout the entire Eagle Rock Valley Is. The Good Roads Boulevard also Is. 4J And the concrete bridge spanning across the canyon near the rock Is also being built. Are you Wise? Do you know what all these Improvements mean to property here? Get Busy and See KULLI AND HERZOG At the end ot Eagle Reck Avenue car line. Phone East 960. Sole agents for the properties of Myers &amp; Kulli and Myers Land Company List your property with us, we can sell it. I We Close...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 I Pulliam Undertaking Co. I C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. I C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 019 921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT U K A 1j is st a t is You Furnish the Bargains I will Furnish the Customers 1 Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers •ioo. Diddock. Corner &lt;’••titnil and Colorado Sts. Kaglo K’ouk Valley. IMione Hast 2225 'Deal with the man who does in his line the moSt business—there’s sM a reason for it" w w Edwards &amp; Wildey Co. Inc. Capital $50,000 REAL ESTATE Our Eagle Rock Sales Now Over || One-and-a-half Millions w ♦ 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 " Harry S. Bourne, Manager Eagle Rock Dep’t. 232 Laughlin Building. 3rd and Broadway, Los Angeles Branch in Eagle Rock Bank Bldg, and at Central and Colorado Aves. W Buy of SENTINEL Advertisers...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Local Events Rev. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Francis spent last Monday at Ml. Lowe. Mr Fred Fischer of Linden Way left this week to locate in Tulare munty. The cottage of Miss Kate Courtney on Windemere ave. is about ready for plasti ring. Mr. and Mrs. J. Adams leave this week on a few months' vacation trip to the Fast. Orton Jones made the trip to the summit of Mt, Lowe by foot on Wednesday morning. Mr. Vurston and family moved into their line new home on Oak Grove avenue on Monday. Mr. P, W. Parker of Pasadena visited Mr. and Mrs. nrackellon of Fagle Rock last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Sicilian of Los Angeles were guests at Mrs, FrackK ton's last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Freeman spent Sunday at the hont" of he Misses Swan. Sycamore avenue, Mrs. C. N. Hopkins .and Mrs Ed. Hopkins spent an enjoyable day at the McVicker home last week. Mr. George W. Harlow of Detroit was a gui st at the home of Mrs. Hamilton on Sycamore .avenue. Miss Rhea l ; er-Don left this week for Sacramento wher...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
shelf and Builders’ Hardware, Stoves Tinware, Oranitewnre, Screen and ■ Wire Nettings, Paints, Oils and Glass Garvanza Hardware W. L. Van Wig, Proprietor Plumbing and Gas Fitting 201-203 N. Ave. (it Garvanza Fast 2370 Home 30301 □ □ □ □ □ n □ □ □ □ □ ....PER DON’S.... “QutUrgi'Jnn” -S-&gt; A*A AJS AJA A’A AJAAJS T&amp;TIfA AJS Delicious Ice Cream Sodas, Candy and Confections. Full Line of Cigars and Tobaccos Colorado and Central Aves. IjDouglas Hollingworth I*l.l MHINCi &lt;£Bk.S&gt; /v,&gt; Phone East 654 |&gt;Bank Building Eagle Rock Valley** PI Fast 114S Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We arc working with everybody to I nil.l up Fugle Rock and vicinity and we therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Fagle Rock J. E. EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED R. F. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phone East 2305 EAGLE ROCK Garvanza Home Bakery •J 10c loaves bread 15c If you buy of us you are sure of getting all goods fresh...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
A. E. FiNLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only fisrt-class work solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays Phone C 9231 Residence 318 North Avenue C 5 Los Angeles, Cal. Robert Henry Brown. Pros. Fred K. Pi os, Cnsliicr P. r. Selmimioher, Vice Pres, Ada Parr, Assistant Cashier Eagle iSnrk lank Capital, $25,000 Fill Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Bi?lo Rock Property We arc working with everybody to 1 i ikl up Ivigle Hock Valley and vicinity, and giently disiro tho accounts and all oilier business of every person in the Valley. t I Not How Much But how good : T * i The BON-TON GROCERY * Quality Groceries, Fresh Vegetables B4B Eagle RockAvenuc Phene East 400 G. P. Pollard, Prop. ❖ ? T ? ? T T T ? ? f ❖ ❖ t T ? Floristan Heights •;• The Eastern Gateway of Eagle Rock Valley t I ? f ? f f f f ? f f ? ? ? T ? T T T f ❖ t t Lying midway between the new site of Occidental College, and 'he proposed Huntington Park at the foot of Eagle Rock, being less than 10 minutes wall: from either ...
Real Estate [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
Real Estate The cozy little office ol the "Home Builders on Annan Way and Eagle Rock avenue, is now under the management of H. S. Xewlon. Mr. Xew--1 m will handle all the property of the "Home Builders'’ and also will list other property. Ixulli I't Herzog report the following sales from their office on Eagle Rock avenue: Lots 85, 84 and 86, Sycamore Glen tract, to Mrs. Strach; lot 85 in that tract to John R. Sutton: I it 14. Rock View tract to Mrs. Londtnslager; lot 42, Oak Grove tract, to D. Xettkom. The firm of Farnsworth Bros., with headquarters at 215 Li sner Building, 1 * s Angeles, is a! ■ ■ .! to undertake the handling of Eagle Rock Valley real estate, and in order to take care of their business i i this section to the best advantage will so in establish a branch office at Eagle Rock. This firm has had a successful record in the handling of high class suburban property: particularly in Oneonta Park and South Pasadena, and their decision to undertake operations in the new Eag...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 May 1910
S. C. WING REALTY CO. Real Estate, Fire and Automobile Insurance, in the St. Paul F. &amp; M. Insurance Co. Reasonable Rates, Fair Adjustment Owner of La Enema (Live Oaks) Tract at the head of the valley. $6OO to $7OO. Good listing of properties Lots | Office Symphony Hall Building Eagle Rock ••• fnall Bargain Day Any Day in this Month 1 Prices Quoted are for this month only and affords the only opportunity to get fuel at (he lowest price for the season. Hotter got in lino with your order. Do it now. BLACK DIAMOND ABERDEEN Stick $ .65 Sack 1-4 Ton 3.00 1-4 Ton 1-2 Ton 5.75 1-2 Ton OR WELLINGTON $ .70 3.25 6.25 12.00 | 1 Ton 11.00 1 Ton 2 Tons, per ton 10.75 2 Tons, per ton 11.75 5 Tons, per ton 10.50 per ton 11.50 R. A. BAKER COMPANY Sacks 5 Cents Kadi unless Exchanged 6050-6064 Pasadena Ave. Sunset E 599—Phones—Home 39044 mmtnmmwiin'.itmiwttKntntsmKjnrsTnnanjt I Oh! What a Snap, To Get a Home -j Pay the Phelps-Shannon Investment Company $23 down on a lot and ,ii $lO a month...
MEET*NG TO BE HELD [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 June 1910
MEE T *NG TO BE HELD The Eagle Rock Valley Improvement association has finally decided to hold another meeting, and June 16lh has been chosen as the date. No doubt matters of interest to this section will be discussed, and of course you will turn out and take part. The Clean-Up subject will he "touched up" and it will be decided where to begin first.
Robber Caught [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 June 1910
Robber Caught Prospective residents of Ka.uk' Roe’: who have been reading reports of the recent robberies in Eagle Rock need liave no more fears. The perpetrator. Melvin Hagen, has been caught and found to be one of those roving rol - hers who have been paying their vis its, respectively, to small towns sin rounding Los Angeles. He seems to have made a callin , list of all the places he had visited He w.as caught while forcing an in trance into the jewelry store of Frank 11. Guernsey, 576 Fourth street, Glendale, the arrest being made by Janu \V. Everett, deputy marshal and night watchman.
Parent-Teacher Ass’n. Meets [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 June 1910
Parent-Teacher Ass’n. Meets Tlir Parent-Teachers' association met I :st I‘ri«l;iy. May 27th This meeting was a special one and arrangements were made for the program of the graduating exercises; also for tin general color scheme of decorating. Plans were discussed for a prospective picnic which is always of interest to the children. The h'agle Koch V.alley school closes today after a prosperous and successful term. Quite an intersting program will he held and the graduation exercises will he an inter esting event. We wish to the teachers who have done their duly and to the pupils who have conscientiously applied themselves. a vacation full of fun and rest. Mr. :md Mrs. Bierlieh and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ricrlicli and their little son. Bernhard, spent the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Menasco at their home. “The Roses,” on Con lrat avenue. Mr. B. Bierlieh, Mrs. Menasco's father, though almost 72 years old. is still first ’cellist of the I .os Angeles Symphony orchestra having previously pla...
Reflections Upon Eagle Rock-- A Visitor’s Vivid Description [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 June 1910
Reflections Upon Eagle Rock--A Visitor’s Vivid Description A promenade to Eagle Rock and vicinity was recently described by Miss Vesta .Marquis in the Times magazine in such a fascinating manner that the Sentinel desires to give the benefit of its perusal to those who failed to read it. We confute the reprint to those portions of the article that deals with Eagle Rock proper. What is Eagle Rock? A lump of cold cement in which lesser : rocks innunmerable are imbedded Mow came Eagle Rock? Is it \ of volcanic origin—a mass of matter: hurled up by a Titanic hand from | some molten subterranean sea? I; • siis upon the crest of the hills look-| ing out across the valley toward (In unchanging ocean season after sea j son, watching the grass at its feet i ind on the neighboring hills appear, loutish, wither and pass away to be I supplanted by another growth which repeats the endless process, whil rock' and -ea remain unaltered through the centuries, each looking toward the other across the ...
INHUMANLY BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 June 1910
INHUMANLY BEATEN Because .1 \\ . Strickland was not man iiiohuli to lick a li tie hoy at the home. on account of misbehavior, he ■■el tile entire 15 or IS hoys upon the poor little tellmv and had them heal him to a finish Hoys must he treated ■strictly, hu it seems as though there Mr Strickland This is an inhuman ire other mean' than that used hy set.