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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Eagle Tailoring &amp; Dye Work* 6820 Pas*d«na ▲▼anna Ladies’ and Oents’ garments cleaned, pressed repaired and altered Suits made to order. Highest Quality and Lowest Prices East 2419 Home 39688 MISS A. N. SWAN Dry Goods, Notions, School Supplies and Toilet Articles Symphony Hall Bldg Eagle Bock Colorado and Castle Avenues Will M. Morrow PLUMBING AND GAB FITTING Gas Light Supplies, Gas Plates, Heaters and Ranges Jobbing Promptly Attended to Estimates Given 5719 Pasadna Ave. Highland Park JAMES DUNCAN —Contractor For — Plain and Ornamental Plastering Estimates cheerfully given 524 W. Ave. 56 Phone E. 1692 W. E. Richmond, Mgr. East 688 Occidental Cyclery Wc repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 603" Pasadena Ave. Highland Park E. Hensler Dairy Co. Freeh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily Located West of Eagle Bock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eag...
Church News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Church News The mid-week prayer meetings of the Eagle Bock M. E. church are drawing larger congregations weekly. The Rev. Dr. Mather, district superintendent of the M. E. church, preached at the Eagle Rock M. E. church on Sunday evening. A fair congregation was in attendance. The members of the M. E. church are looking forward to buying a lot and to the erction of a new church. Several voluntary subscriptions hare already been made. The subject for the evening service of the Congregational church of Eagle Rock next Sunday will he the continuation of 'the series of lectures on “Heart Talks on High Themes,” by the pastor, Rev. Hare. Regular meetings of the Congregational church are held Sunday at the church on Colorado avenue, near Castle. Sabbath school a/t 10 a. m., preaching at 11 a. m. and at 7 p. m. Rev. A. W. Hare, pastor The Loyal Temperance Legend meets every Wednesday at 3 p. m. at tne Annandalc Union church on Eagle Bock avenue. Miss Ruby Teachout, president*; Miss Virginia ...
IS YOUR NAME ON THE REGISTER? [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
IS YOUR NAME ON THE REGISTER? Wm, Bryson, propri'tor of the little store at- the head of Kagle Bock avenue, has been appointed deputy county clerk for the purpose of registration of voters in this district, mid will be glad to register any citizen who will call at his place. Unless your name has been placed upon the new great register opened January 1, 1910, you are not a qualified elector. Only those who register this year are qualified to vote at the primary and general election, or to sign nominating petitions for candidates. The registration rule also applies to our local school election to be held on the first day of April at the Vnnandale school house, for the purpose of electing trustees for the Annandale school district. If you are interested in this election, you must register without delay, unless you have already dune so.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
T. E. SHANNON, Pres. East 565 F. W. PHELPS, Sec’y East 594 "HOUSES BUILT ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN" PHELPS-SHANNON INVESTMENT CO. Incorporated, Capital Stock $60,000 BEAL ESTATE, RENTALS AND INSURANCE GENERAL HARDWARE Eagle Bock Avenue and M»han tonga Way East 665 You Furnish the Bargains 1 will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddock, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Book Valley. Phone East 2225 Fbones; East 11 Home 39272 Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Bed or Yellow Garvanza Car to Avenue 61. Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier Eaalr Sork Bank . . - Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property ,We are working with everybody to...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
ICE CREAM! In Any Quantity Candies, Fruits, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacca, etc., etc. William Bryson, Confectioner 1-2 block west of end of Eagle Rock Avenue Car Line East 983 Home 39396 Ohio Market Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish Oysters and Poultry “The Best of Everything” Phone orders a specialty SMITH &amp; CALLANDER 603 York Blvd. Notice to Planters! Special sale of Nursery Stock I have on hand 300 fine palms, from 2Vi to 3Vj feet in height; 3 varieties. Also Blue Gums, Loqnats, Orange and Lemon Trees. The prices on ail plants will suit you, being very reasonable. Highland Park Nursery Joseph Weaver, Proprietor 5811 Pasadena Ave. 5943 Echo St. J. E. EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED R. F. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phone East 2305 EAGLE BOOK [ PROFESSIONAL ) Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. in.,' 2 to 4 p. m. Sundays by appointment DR. S. Y. VAN METER 5638 Pasadena Ave. Highland Par* Phones: East 32 C-9011 Residence, 140 East Ave. 53 Phones: East 2265, Home 39342 ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Eagle Rock Avenue—sc Car-Fare We Build the Best Houses © a b 0 i I 4) 5 5 WHY PAY RENT? We will build a bungalow to suit you large or small. All that is required of you is a small cash payment, the balance is like rent. Plans Free. Call at once and let us tell you all about it. uJ WE SELL LOTS ON EASY PAYMENTS Our Prices are the Lowest Phelps-Shannon Investment Co Eagle Rock Avenue and Mahantonga Way Phone Eait 565 All the Advantages of Country life
The Theatres [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
The Theatres Klaw &amp; Erlanger’s massive production of “The Round-Up” started at the Mason opera house last night for a five-days run. This spectacular melodrama of life in Southwestern Arizona, when Oen. Cook was chasing Conchise, the famous Apache marauder and his band of truant redskins back to their reservation, has made a remarkable appeal to theatergoers. It touches the romantic spirit inherent in everyone. Its story is true to nature. Its characters' are striking, well drawn and cleverly contrasted and the entire performance teems with dash ana spirit. The scene of witnessing stage mimicry seems entirely lost in the auditor of “The Round-Up. ” This is the secret of the success of the play. “The Round-Up” is a play with the bigness of outdoors, in “The Round-Up” the vigorous atmosphere of life in the open is preserved with fidelity. The' incident of twenty mounted Indians riding along a ledge on a cliff in the third act and the realistic battle scene add an element o...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Local Events The grading of Critc street is rapidly progressing. Efforts are being made to have Glonandale place oiled. Otto Schroeder left Saturday an a short business trip to San Diego. T. McElvy is commencing a sixroom bungalow on one end of his lot on Glenandale place. It is stated that there is, to be a Methodist church in our vicinity. Let the good work go on. Mrs. Catherine Pierce Wheat was the speaker at the Annandale ParentTeacher Association yesterday at the Annandale school. Phelps-Shannon Investment company have commenced Harry Redding’s new' home on Lot 6 Glenandale place, which will be up-to-date, hardwood floors, beam ceilings, paneled bookcase, window seats, everything modern. Mrs. Houschild and her daughter were out looking over the ground at tffe end of Strickland Road where they have recently purchased and expect to build a nice home. The sale was made through Phelps-Shannon Investment company. The contract has been let to Robert Law to grade and level five lots o...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Convenient Trading and Quick Service. A larger anotUnent than you think. a Garvanza Department Store A. Rosenblatt, Proprietor Phon^Eafl!B44 Trade Here with Confidence You surely can do the larger portion of your trading with us. Notice below we have a few items out of many which we can’t squeeze in this small space. They are proofs that our prices are right. These are quality for which you have no doubt often paid lcs, in pretty light colors, stripes or figures. A yard 10* Fancy Printed Scrims At 12 Vic Yard Comes in the most desirable leaded glass and bungalow effects for overdraperies, dining room and library curtains. A yard 12Vic Men’s Linen Handkerchiefs 10c Dainty handkerchiefs of pure linen with neatly embroidered initial in the corner, and the popular narrow hemstitched hem. Think of it, each 10c Men’s Night Oowns Each 60c Pretty outing flannel nightgowns in pink or blue stripes, 75c kind, special next week each 50c New Madras Walstings 26c Yard These Madras Waistings are o...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Local Events Mr. F. Balder left last week for a brief bnaiaeae trip to Salt Lake. Mr. John Bailey ie building a tennis court on Hill aad Kenilworth avenues. Mrs. Roberts and son are the guests of Mrs. Roberts' mother, Mrs. J. Pitman. Colorado, Central and Sycamore avenues will be sprinkled during the summer months. F. S. Hansford has secured the contract for doing the plumbing work on the Welch building. R. C. Jocelyn of Wild Oak Trail is enjoying a visit of his brother, O. K. Jocelyn of Chicago. • Mrs. Annie Tennycook is now occupying her cosy Ijttle bungalow on Oakwood Trajl. Mrs. owland of Central avenue entertained her niece, Mrs. Maxwell of Visalia, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harryf Winters o Highland avenues are now entertaining Mrs. Zoline and son. The school trustees furnished the Rockdale, Yorkdale arffl Annandale schools with fine new pianos. Mr. and Mrs. R. Crelljn of Oardena have rented are Beatty Cottage and will remain here about a month. Three new blackboards at Mye...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
ICE CREAM! In Any Quantity Candies, Fruits, Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaeea, etc., ete. William Bryson, Confectioner 1-2 block west of end of Eagle Bock Avenue Car Line Send In A 3 Month's Trial Subscription to the EagleßockSentinel 25 CENTS Butter "Santa Ana” and "Maple Grove” 40c per Lb. 75c a 2 lb. roll 848 Eagle Rock Ave. G. P. Pollard, Prop. East 400 Agency, Heniler Dairy Co. Fresh Milk Daily. Cream on Orders Bollinger’s Grocery 2 lbs Green Peas 15c I lb Asparagus 15c 3 pun Peas 25c 1 lb Best Tea 50c 16 lbs Sugar 1.00 6 ban Strieker Soap 25c 2 pkgs Mince Meat 15c 2 dor oranges 15c per box 1.00 3 boxes Matches 10c 6 ban White King Soap 25c 2 pkgs Corn Starch 15c 15 lbs Potatoes 25c CASH WITH ALL ORDERS Get our prices on Wood, Coal, Grain and Oil. Trips made through Eagle Bock every day. Eagle Bock Ave. East 930
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
N This Space has been Reserved For titomrba $c Wiliteg mmpmy EAGLE ROCK PROPERTY •It Pay. to See U.' 232 Laughlin Building. 3id and Broadway, Loa Angela* Branch in Eagle Rock Bank Bldg, and at Central and Colorado Avea. Home 39048 East 191 Patronize Your Home Tailor WOBK CALLED POE AMD DELIVBKED Suits made to order; perfect At guaranteed; popular prices. Ladies’ and Gents’ Suits refitted and relined, in latest styles. Ladies' and Gents’ garments cleaned, pressed and altered. Monthly Contracts. Gents’ suits pressed 50c. Ladies’ skirts pressed 50c. E. SILVERMAN, The TAILOR 104 NORTH AVENUE 64 .OABVANZA AAA .4. .4. A* a*, a*. aA a*aa*. WHY NOT BUY HERE? | LOW RENT-LOW PRICES We can furnish your home complete for less than city prices and save you time and trouble A I Dakan Furniture Co. Jj 6638 Pasadena Avenue, Phillips Building HIGHLAND PARK Phone East 2751
CLUB MEETING WELL ATTENDED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 March 1910
CLUB MEETING WELL ATTENDED The meeting of the Eagle Rock Valley Improvement Association, which was held on Thursday evening at the Rockdale school, was very well attended, and the attention given all matters of business by those present showed the keen interest felt and proved conclusively the value Of organization and unison. An executive committee of five was appointed to act for the' next three months with the power of acting for the Association in nil matters in order to facilitate all work. Those appointed were: Mrs. J. L. Vigne and the Messrs. Darling, Kelly, Herzog and Davis, the three latter being the off! cers of the Association. A verbal report of the committee appointed to see Supervisor Pridham in regard to grading and oiling Sycamore avenue was that Overseer Lee Adams had stated that Mr. Pridham has ordered him to have the work done immediately. The committee was requested to confer with a like committee of the Eagle Bock Improvement League and take up the matter of hav...
MEETING OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 March 1910
MEETING OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB The regular meeting of the Woman’s Twentieth Century Club will be held at the home of Mrs. Mary Hickson, on Hill Drive, this afternoon. A program of unusual interest has been prepared and a large attendance is expected. A paper on “Woman Suffragettes,” by Mrs. ST. K. Corran, will be read, and Miss Mary Richardson will furnish music, after which the meeting will be thrown open for general discussion on the subject of “Suffrage.”
GREATLY PLEASED WITH NEW STORE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 March 1910
GREATLY PLEASED WITH NEW STORE The people of Eagle Rock Valley are well pleased with the addition of the dry goods and notion store opened a few weeks ago by the Misses Swan, in one of the stores in Symphony Hall building, Colorado and Castle streets. They carry a good assortment if staple goods, novelties, notions, school supplies, toilet articles and drug sundries, and are being well patronized, os our people do nut care to carry out from Los Angeles goods they can buy here and at the same prices. The Misses Swan have lived in the Valley about two years, are well known and, we feel sure, will receive the support of all, as the growth of all our stores depends on the support and patronage given them now at the start by the people in our Valley. Their aim is to please and accommodate their customers, and /orders arc taken for goods not carried in stock, and will be cheerfully gotten for cus*imers, if possible.