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NEW HOME FOE GLENDALE THEATRE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

NEW HOME FOE GLENDALE THEATRE Tlio new Glendale theater will lie completed this weeK and everything will Im* in perfect order for tin* grand opening next Monday evening. Scores of Glendale citizens and many from the city of Los Angeles are inspecting the premises every day and they all seem to be charmed with the building and its up-to-date equipment. Money or time are not spared in making the Glen bale theatre second to none in Southern California. and one which will be, a credit to .the town and vicinity. Tins’theatre is designed for comfort and pleasure. The floor is raised and is inch opera chairs are being installed. It is easy of access and there are plenty of convenient exits; a wide aisle and hits of good ventilation. The very best and most scientific, 'motion picture machine Has been installed. The operating room is lined with asbestos and sheet iron, making it absolutely safe. The machine has Hot'ii approved by the underwriters and is unanimously considered to be the Lest ...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Sentinel
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PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION MEETS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION MEETS Very imerest niff whs tlic last meetj n_i- nf (lie I'nrent T'enelier Association which was held on Tuesday afternoon in tin* hall 'l' tin' I 'ongrejrnt tonal i-lmri-h. Tlic nu-i'ti 11 y; was attended I'.v Mrs. Chalmers Smith of Los Angeles, retimin' statr iirosiilool of I’arentTeachers Association, an I Mis, Noble. II member of the state board, both of whom enjoyable talks during the a ft eI noon. Mrs. M. T. Lee was elected president tn till the vaeaney eansed by Mrs. I'iiom 11 so n's removal to L"s Angeles, file lo!lo\viii(f | .lea si no proenim was eodered dnrme the afternoon: riami Soil. Miss Francis Werdin. linel Newton Votes and Myrtle lint ns Heading— Miss Finery. Solo- Miss Kli/abelh Hare. I’a per •• The Ideal I’arent Teachers Assa-ial mu. ' Mrs. t’halniers Smith, bound table. Mis. Lee presented the association wit a its state, membership eertilieate. airs. Lee, who i-. a member of the 11, isj it a I Hoard, nave a splendid report on fii- &...

Publication Title: Eagle Rock Sentinel
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A Woman’s Whys [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

A Woman’s Whys Why do we insis' ~n denying the pow ers of hypnotism, when people are everlastingly hypnotizing ns to do the things we don’t want to do? • =* * Why does it so often happen that the poor man’s son is made to feel the strong arm of the law for a misdemeanor, when a rich man’s son can so easily slip from it grasp? * * * Why does every resident of Kagle Rock contend that ho not only possesses by far tlie sightliesf location, but even the sea breezes wafted across his shadv porches are just a trifle more tempered and refreshing than any where else in the valley? ■♦ * * Why do the cafeteria dishes which those around you have ordered alwaylook so much more appetizing than the menu which you have selected for your self? 4 # Why dues .» woman who is ‘‘scare', nearly to death* when speaking belor'* a small audience at a club meeting, have no i nierily whatever in raising her voice so that it can be heard blocks away when she is railing Johnnie for suppei # # =» Why do \ e spend...

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CEMENT SIDEWALKS FOR OAK GROVE AVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

CEMENT SIDEWALKS FOR OAK GROVE AVENUE Cement sidewalks are now being laid on the upper side < t Oak Grove Avenue th»* cnti’-- !c;;gG the street. Other great improvements tire in store for that avenue tin* importance of which •.innot I e over estimated.

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CARRIGAN A CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

CARRIGAN A CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY In speaking of the candidacy of I. W. Gjmigan for the olliee of district attorney tin* i.o- Angeles Examiner -ays: **M . Canigau iias always been a staunch Republican and was for sev eral vea s uudei I lie late Judge R. NSmith in lit* • iminal department of »he Superior *' rt. lie i- a grailua* • of the law department of the Pniver >iiv of Sout Im ; Gaiit’ornia and lias siic'-esst'n l |y* ; i •-* ruled many importair ■ •use- in bos Angelos county courts. life :i> ii brakem; ii mi tin 1 railway, and it wns tin'll hr 1 irsi began iiis studies for tlio Iron I |it frssion. While llir t ruin wns humping tilonr between disInnt stnt 11 *ii v hr would take Ills worn | copy of Hlaekslone anil seating himself in the cupola of the caboose woiihl stulv the dry law tome as thr miles 1 flew past. With his purpose steadfast in mind hr at I' ngth laid by enough to pay his tuition in the law school, \ and by studying nights and working...

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ANNUAL SUMMER OUTING OF lOWA NS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

ANNUAL SUMMER OUTING OF lOWA NS The annual Summer Outing of tin* lowans of Southern California and their friends will be held at Alamitos Park. Long Reach. Saturday. August Lb This is a grassy, shadv park, covering several blocks and is about one mile east of the pier at Long Reach. We believe this will be a de lightfnl ‘place for the Summer Outing, as it will give us shade and gras . also bo at the beach but a wav from the mdse and confusion of the pier. Spy cial firs, starting from flth and Los Angeles street, rear of lb K. depot, will urn direct to the park wifhoin extra charge. Free lemonade and cof fee will be served to those wearing the oflicial outing button. There will be a pleasing program with many short add resses. Pring your well filled lunch basset with you and generously jnvite those who have none to eat with you. bbing cups and spoons. The Long Reach band will furnish music during the lunch hour. Please notice t his —hereafter tin* Summer Outing will be held regularly...

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RAY E. GOODE MEETS WITH ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

RAY E. GOODE MEETS WITH ACCIDENT Last Sunday as Mr. Ray K. Goode swung off an electric ear at Kagle Pock he hit hi- head against a pole by the side of the track and was knocked senseless. He was brought b his home and cared for aed has nearly recovered from the effects of the accident.

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ANNANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

ANNANDALE M s Karl Vouny imd snn, llorliorl. an now visitiny r«• I;»t i\ «• in t'ovinn. Mrs. 11. 11. Kox ;iml snn, Raymond. Inn* sjondiny tin* week end at < ’at :i lina. .M : i• i i<• • • Sliiininm is now Inddiny of !’■ r * 1 :. ill" n.ik Hills find of Kdvvarl" ■ Wild.-v. Mr. ind ,M i' Kimiier am away on :i visit to S:1111ji harhnrn and will return ii.i M.mdny. Ml". T. Kiolohor of 1•a y 1 o I{i..-k !ivo j Kin- w;i > sovorolv ill this week Imt i" 1 now i \ orin^f. lli’iir . S«di i (>»‘d°i nnd motion* am aw iv mi :i.i !■ \tndod iinln I"nr In Kiv its di , Snn 1 Inrun id i in. and vicinity. M holla Swiyyott spent sovornl days visit iny at tin* Inmio of her dauyhior, Mis. L. I). Swiyyott at La I hiada ! rk. <'. • . \all _> 1111 ha** Imi i 1 1 a lonij."i ai *oM!' i on tln roai <if his proj oi I v i! i hoi [y st mo whom Ih* will live until . : s,I a ■ alow is - oin [dole |. !'. \V. RohdV Inis sold his hnnyalow Sti...

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BRIDGE PROBLEM REMAINS UNSOLVED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

BRIDGE PROBLEM REMAINS UNSOLVED \ now set of plans Inis been prepared I s < ity Hngiueer Van (hnuni nf Pasn ib'ii i for the east apj roneh to the proi i il low hi blue over the \rroyo Seen. il< tins figured out tlmf ho ran build an approach, following the contour of the hillside from Arroyo Drive to Linda Vista avenue, which will not exceed a grade of (Do per cent. it is believe 1 thesis plans will bo recommended by tin* city adumiistia tion for adoption mainly on account of their ciieapne s aitd this fact that the low bridge will conned directly with the A novo Drive, which tins otlic.iaH hope to make one of the beautiful sienic driveways about the city. The bridge committee of the Hoard of Trade is opposed to the low bridge. They vfmt a structure not for the benefit of tourists alone, but for its serviceableness as a connection of the county boulevard system. The pro posed foothill boulevard from Pomona through. Azusa ami Monrovia, thence through Pasadena ami...

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EAGLE ROCK AVENUE LEVELED AND OILED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

EAGLE ROCK AVENUE LEVELED AND OILED b'oad Overseer A• I; 1 1 11 s is this week •I* > i * 114' repair work «»n Kajjle Rock ;i v♦ 1 re that has lone; been a necessity. The snarl is being made moiv level aid heavv coats of oil arc being a |»- I Ikml. <)t 1 1<• r streets in Eagle Roek which were treated with the same pro ■oss are mn-di more desirable to travel over now.

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WILEY COMMENCES WORK ON NEW STRUCTURES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

WILEY COMMENCES WORK ON NEW STRUCTURES 1,, Ihn I. \V i lev. who lem :h t the re- >■ aii; i ii ll bits it) t lie To wo si to trad on which lie will build ho artistic bun ;■ i biw •, ha f 1 ■■ol \ cm ai ie o i cod the <’■ I I . i |of, W (.; I' ‘; | hire of t <se ino-. (»t i'o - will bo I nilt as o i as tho woi i\ can bo done.

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2 7‘.COPAL CHURCH FOR EAGLE ROCK VALLEY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

2 7 ‘.COPAL CHURCH FOR EAGLE ROCK VALLEY T a d ./.oil ; eo, !, „r r'i,. alley ■ t‘ ’ o svni;• on 1 Hall .a Sunday i r t in- o ma 11 i/a t ima nf I’ ■ i scopal iety. h« would : obably i con 11 aii II m| , | resell' meet iI! g in d IJo ! loon wo! i ised aid also it’ ■ •■!'*■ and not b. i h a large ii,n; bo ■i \ mii vac a i • bijf-lc cti'il • . < w !v. - inn where lie i ■ o| j i f> , • n«}, dl v offered the o oi • ,i■ ha 1 • o mo • \ l ..I ■ r - I- cot Ino v I diaid v be h old a • from Snnd <y.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

FOREAI-E— Well built <'silifornia bun pillow; 1 rooms, pornhos, plumbing, jr;is. etc. liH rtfO !f)t. Price ifl.nl't. jjcjod down and balance like u'lil. Apply A. T. Davis, ltd house on loft hand side Killli street. MATRESSES. No. 1, X. L. C. R. COTTON TOP 5363 No. 1, X. L. C. R. REVERSIBLE $415 Our Extrafine Cotton Felt Mattress made of thin layer cotton-felt .'same as Ostermoor) extra good ticking; weight 40 lbs., special . . A complete line of Springs from $2.90 for a woven wire cable to $6.50 for ar “all metal” Spring. Leggett Springs, $5.50. DAKAN FURNITURE CO. Eut 8751 6638 PASADENA AVENUE Phillips Block

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

Ice Cream Freezers—Refrigerators—Ollas Phone Us if need any of the above items. Ritchey & Grotthouse "THE HARDWARE MEN" Castle and Colorado East 477 Highland Parle Store E. 1481. Horae 39330

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Why Philip A. Stanton Should Be Our Governor Southern California Has Much to Gain by Electing the Man Who Has Done Much for Southern California. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

Why Philip A. Stanton Should Be Our Governor Southern California Has Much to Gain by Electing the Man Who Has Done Much for Southern California. WHY should Philip A. Stanton be the next Governor of California? Because the people of Southern California are deeply interested In having a governor. Because Philip A. Stanton is the only Southern California man who seeks nomination at the primary election on August 16. Because there will arise many occasions during the next four years when the people of the southern counties will need to have a firm and true friend in Sacramento, whose Interests are identical with theirs; who knows their needs, and who has had such experience in affairs of state as will enable him to gain their ends. Because Philip A. Stanton has served the people of Southern California in the legislature for eight years: has been true to their interests, has secured the things they wanted. He has demonstrated his ability, his force and his attachment for Southern Califor...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

ALTHOUGH not marked so, the political announcements in the “Sentinel” are paid advertisements. ELEVEN days—and the primary skirmishes will be succeeded by the big final November battle. THE PILOT of San Pedro has issued a handsome boosting edition for that prosperous city and the typographical work as well as the reading matter is a credit to the publisher. i WIH' ALL this slush because a man hugged a girl in Chico? Is Chico the only place in California whine the girls are hugged? A GLENDALE lawyer sees tit to j advertise a number of legal stunts that he is ready to do. If he will add the price for each job. lie will eipial the bargain counter advertiser. ACCORDING to the “Glendale News," the good people of Glen Inie are being victimized by a gang ,f picture grafters. Our Eagle Rock v a I lev people will give them a “warm reception” if the hot air artists should ■ol rude liere. WE NOTICE that Brother Randall is assisting the Times in improving its Highland Park circulation. This In-...

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General News j [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

General News j STATE FORESTER HOMAN, Sac ramento, makes the following statement: “Farmers in the southern part of the state are planting eucalyptus trees for wiml breaks and fuel without first gain 1 ing a proper knowledge to get the be t results. ’ * Homan says that farmers should take I advantage of the opportunity to get I state aid through his ollice. He will give full information, and if necessary send a man to inspect local conditions providing planters pay traveling expenses which the law requires. lie found that instead of planting two rows of trees, many plant only one and have no wind-break left when they cut fuel. By planting two row .-me can bo cut down one year, while tiio otherserves to protect farms from t )|. wind. The forester wants planters and farmers throughout the state to write for information without hesitat ion. Rural schools may demonstrate their practical utility in the com uni nity by showing pupils how and en couraging them to test the seed , to be sown o...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910

Echo Answers “Why?” Eot Bessie Thew Miller Dramatic Reader PRIVATE LESSONS IX ELOCUTION BELSARTE TO LIMITED NUMBER OF HUPILS 214 W. Sycamore Ave. Eagle Rock % [g Robert J1 onry Brown. Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cnshier [l*l P. F. S'-liunmclier. Vic" Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier m - - - [Si SagU' Unrk lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody to build nj. Eagle Rock Valley [a [« and vicinity, and gicatly desire the accounts and all oilier business of ovorv j»c*rson in the \ alley. Sgjgjgg magre gja m « «.c ggg « ill Ji IS SS are ••IS : 11 MU S ll9B 8B m W Repeating Shotguns USED IN THE U. S. ARMY. The U. S. Army authorities know a gun; that is why, when they decided to equip some troops with repeating shotguns, they selected the Winchester in preference to all other makes. The experts of the U S. Ordnance Board also know a gun; that’s why,after submitting a Winchester Repeating Shotgun to all sorts of tests, they prono...

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