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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 June 1910
BOLLINGER’S THE LEADER 1 am going to put in a store in Eagle Rock Valley and I want all accounts settled by the 1 Oth of June. For the next 60 days 1 will save you money on everything you buy. Watch next week’s adv. Bollinger’s Grocery Eagle Rook Ave. East 930 What Is the Use of advertising prices and then not live up to them ? We do juft as we advertise. Try us and you will be convinced . . . (Stye Snn-ulnu The grocer who satisfies S4B Eagel Rock Ave. East 400 shelf and Builders’ Hardware. Stoves Tinware, Ciraniteware, Screen and Witre Nettings, Paints, Oils ’ and Glass Garvanza Hardware W. L. Van Wig. Proprietor Plumbing and Gas Fitting 201-203 N. Ave. 04 Garvanza East 2370 Home 39301 Coal! Coal! Coal! Coal! Prices Quoted are for this month only. Hetter gel in line with your order.Do it now. ABERDEEN OR WELLINGTON Sack $ -70 1-4 Ton $ 3.25 1-2 Ton 6.00 1 Ton 11.50 2 Tons, per ton 11.25 5 Tons, per ton 11.00 BLACK DIAMOND Sack $ -65 1-4 Ton $ 3,50 1-2 Ton 6.50 1 Ton 12.50 2 Tons, p...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 June 1910
California’* Great Newspaper tEbe Xos Hngeles Xlimes Send for sample copy of the biggest newspaper In the world. Largest circulation in the Southwest Largest I.artiest volume of display advertising f .argest volume of classified Highest ciis.racter of readers Net result: Largest amount of reading matter I The biggest paper \ T The best paper Largest volume of classified advertising / The best value I The best ever. THE California’s great newspaper— LOS ANGELES TIMES Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end or the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For You i V. A i i i Y T T Y T T ? ? t t ? ♦ t t 1 Y 1 T T Y t T T f A Something Nice Our White Mountain Stone Lined Refrigerator. Price - $30.00 Our Diredl Adion Gas Range, raised oven, broiler, warming oven - $4O Our Water Motor Washing MachPrice - - - - $l3 me. Phone us your order for Paint ane Hardware Highland Park Store, East 1481, Home 39330 Ritchey &amp; Grotthous...
SUPPOSED FIGHT WAS ONLY PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
SUPPOSED FIGHT WAS ONLY PLAY What was thought to be a real fight at the Strickland home last week has proven to be naught but play. Among the recent arrivals at the home is a boy who is fond of wrestling and Mr. Strickland is having a hard time to break him of it. It was one of these spells that the boy had last Tuesday and he was wrestling with one of the boys. A large number of boys soon circled around the couple and they screamed and hollered so much that the neighbors thought some one was being killed. However, Mr. Strickland soon discovered what was wrong and immediately stopped the sport. We are, indeed, glad to hear that this fight which was supposed to be a real one was only one on the Jim Jeffries style.
Officer* Elected [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
Officer* Elected A public meeting was held at the Annandale Union church on Monday evening for the election of officers for the coming term of six months. Improvements on the church building tire to he made ,at once and a fire insurance will be taken out. Gas for lighting purposes will be put in. The financial report was made and it was learned that there was still $l5 in the treasury and obsalutcly no debts on the church. The following officers were elected. J. W. Marbut, president; A. F. Davis, vice president; R. Maynard, secretary: Mr. Harwood, treasurer, and S. C. Fickcns. steward.
Graduating Exercises [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
Graduating Exercises The graduating classes of the Annandale school district will have exercises at the Towner Hall, corner Eagle Rock avenue and Avenue 64, on Friday evening at 8 o’clock. A fine program has been arranged, which will, no doubt, be very interesting. A limited number of tickets will be issued free by the graduates and only those who have tickets will be admitted.
School Days Are Over- Program at Eagle Rock School [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
School Days Are OverProgram at Eagle Rock School At all commencement exercises there is a curious mingling of joy and sadness—joyousness of anticipation realized, of triumphs gained, of victories won in the guest of knowledge, joy in the love and admiration of proud relatives and friends. There is sadness in the parting of class mates between whom exist such strong ties of love and friendship. The class of 1910 in their quest of knowledge have but reached another mile stone. The High School, yet though they should attain to the highest colleges in the land they would not have yet reached the goal which is not on earth, hut with God in the hollow of whose hand is held the mighty forces of nature, the mysteries of which “we now sec through a glass darkly but then face to face.” True humbleness is but the beginning of more knowledge. Wisdom but opens our eyes to fields more vast and unexplored. After all, Life is the great school; and not he who has had the means to reach the higher zo...
For A Great World9s Fair [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
For A Great World 9 s Fair San Fraicisco and San Diego have apparently settled their differences regarding the proper location for a world's fair in celebration of the completion of the Panama Canal and will now work in harmony for one big show to be held in San Francisco. As a concession for the withdrawal of San Diego from world’s fair pretensions, the southern city is to have the support of San Francisco for an industrial exposition which will be in operation simultaneously with the world’s fair. As to the world's fair to be held in San Francisco, there will be no further opposition on the Pacific Coast, and there shouM be no opposition anywhere in the country, unless it arises in some locality on the Atlantic slope where an attempt ■night he made to est;i' iish a rival attraction in honor of the great event. The Pacific Coast is the natural location for a world’s fair to celebrate the completion of the canal. As both Portland and Seattle have but recently held quite pretentious ...
IMPROVEMENT CLUB FOR AVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
IMPROVEMENT CLUB FOR AVENUE The enthusiasm for the organization of an improvement club for Kagle Rock avenue is becoming greater every day. Some of the citizens along the avenue who are interested in the improvement of this section are anxious to have a mceeing called for some day this month to complete the arrangements for the organization of such a club. The need of an organization is becoming greater, and right now is as good a time to begin as ever. There arc many little things that can be done by the co-operation of the citizens that could not be done otherwise. The telephone service, street improvements, electric light question and various other improvements. Now there is no reason why we should not get together and do something. Let us set a date, arrange the place of meeting and organize.
New Methodist Church [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
New Methodist Church We are glad to announce that there ire promising prospects of Eagle Rock Valley possessing another church. The Methodists will in all probability erect i church near Occidental Heights tract, a lot for that purpose having been promised; $450 of the necessary money has been assured; also $4OO from an individual parly. We congratulate the Methodists on their start and wish them speedy success in their plans.
Clean-Up Day Decided Upon [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
Clean-Up Day Decided Upon The monthly meeting of the Eagle Rock Improvement League was held Monday at Symphony Hall, II C. Oalloupc presiding. The matter of a clean up day was discussed and the executive committee was appointed to make arrangements for such a day. At the close of the session several vocal selections were rendered by Mr. Ellis Rhodes, who is here on a vacation.
iiN INVITATION TO YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
iiN INVITATION TO YOU. In another column will he found the advertiesment of the Variety Store of Glendale. Some of our people have already been amniiß the buyers there and they speak very highly of the up-to-date stock, the reasonable prices and the courteous treatment received. The Variety Store is after trade and offers real inducements to secure it. He sure to visit it, if only “just to took.” You will he welcome.
AN INTERESTING PLACE TO VISIT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
AN INTERESTING PLACE TO VISIT (&gt;uo of the most interesting places in the valley is Mrs. McVicker’s "den” or study built anion;; the old eucalyptus trees on the hillside of her place. "Parkwood." Townsend avenue. Here anions; the trees, and their beautiful inhabits, the birds, one can enjoy the quiet pleasures of country life to its fullvst extent. The house itself is intcrestitiff. The low roof and rustic nish. renders it in perfect keeping with its surroundings. The interior—a large room fi. is finished in the rough, and below the heavy shelf which encircles the room, the walls are covered with Indian mats made of cedar hark hy the tribes of the liritish north’.vist. The various designs wov•ii into these, express various legendary tales and meanings of their unvritten legendary love. The beamed ■•■• ding also is hung with various relics of the vani-hing race, such as snow shoes, paddles, fishing devices and war clubs, etc. The furniture is all in old mahogany. much of hi...
Work On Good Roads [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
Work On Good Roads 'Hu- ICaiflt* Ruck portion of the 'iiuil Roads Boulevard is rapidly progressing and when completed will he a decided improvement for this district. According to the contract it mtt-t he finished by the first of August. The large force of men working on the great cement bridge span tting across Eagle Rock canyon are rushing the work so as to have the work entirely completed by July 15 The parents of J. M. Daugherty, Mr. ami Mrs. Austin Daugherty with their daughter, Mrs. 11. 11. Bishop and her two children, arrived here Sunday last to make their home in the adjacent hills. This is the third time for Mr, and Mrs, Daugherty and they are so delighted with their surroundings that they hope to stick this time, at least for a long time. They have rented a cottage near him, right on top of a hill where they can view the country and observe the comet. Jim is somewhat good looking and d natured, but his daddy has hint dined a mile.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
(Mice Hours: 10 to 12 a. in., 2 to 4 p. in. Sum lays by appointment DR. S. Y. VAN METER •'&gt;&lt;‘•33 Pasadena Ave. Highland Para Phones: East 32 C-9011 Kesidoneo, 140 East Ave. 53 Plionea: East 22(1.'), Home 391142 MI 3* A. N. SWAN Pry Hoods, Notions, School Supplies and Toilet Articles Symphony Hall Pldg Engle Rock (’(dorado and Castle Avenues Hast 1772 Home 39399 Will M. Morrow PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING (ins Light Kupplies, (las Plates, Heat ers and Ranges doblrng Promj llv Attended to Estimates (liven •’•7 10 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We rej air anything and everything. P&gt; • &lt; les and motorcycles a specialty. '37 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park E. Hensler Dairy Co. Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily Located West of Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood. Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Hoods Low Prices Sycamore and Avnca Ave. Eagle Rock Sunset Hlendale 1913 Ho...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 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 Encina (Live Oaks) Tract at the head of the valley. $6OO to $7OO. Good listing of properties Lots Office Symphony Hall Building Eagle Rock 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. FIRE ESB&amp;£3auSSSE3B INSURANCE g.-garr vii+ivmamrwia How About The Insurance? Look It Up and Let Me Know WM. R. MYERS 107 S. Ave. 64 Garvanza P. O. Building Home 39077 Eafl 52 I isn!!nns!r
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 June 1910
Local Events The Congregational church has bought their hardware finishing from Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. Mrs. Root is erecting a $l5OO bungalow on her lots which she bought of Myers &amp; Kulli, Mr. Ed. Brttndigc has returned from Chicago, where he has spent several weeks attending to business. Mrs. Margaret Frackclton spent last Sunday at the home of her nephew Mr. John Frackclton, of Eagle Rock. J. M. Daugherty is building a fine two-story 7-room house on Mariposa street in Myers &amp; Knlli's Oak Grove Tract. Rev. A. W. Francis and family left last Tuesday on the limited for their home in Chicago. We hope that they may have occasion to visit the Valley again soon. S. C. Wing is making extensive improvements on his La Encina tract The lots arc being cleared from brush and weeds and a fonr-foot retaining wall is being built. Work was commenced Tuesday morning on the construction of Harry L. Winter’s fine new residence on Highland avenue. The house is to be ...