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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910
California'! Great Newspaper ZLbc Xos Hngeles Xlimes Send for sample copy of the biggest newspaper in the world. Largest circulation In the Southwest . Net result: longest amount of reading matter I The biggest paper Largest volume of display advertising \ The best paper Largest volume of classified advertising I The best value Highest che.racter of readers I The best ever. California’s great newspaper— THE LOS ANGELES TIMES i Phones; East 11 Home 30272 a Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. $ Highland Park I f Bed or Yellow Osrvanca Car to Avenue 01. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES ENDORSED BY Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 16. 1910 / r * HIRAM W. JOHNSON A. J. WALLACE STATE Governor . .HIRAM W. JOHNSON Lieut.-Governor A. J. WALLACE Supreme Court M. C. SLOSS, CURTIS D. WILBUR Secretary of State F. J. O'BRIEN Controller A. B. NYE Treasurer W. R. WILLIAMS Attorney-General U. S. WEBB Surveyor-General W. S. KINGSBURY Clerk of Supreme Court - B. GRANT TAYLOR Sup...
& RED MOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910
&amp; RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance Copyright, 1900. by Dodd. Mead fy Co. !By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE "Oh. but you can't understand,” she persisted. “You haven’t a husband, and you don’t know.” "Yes, yes. Miriam. I know.” were the only words that rose to the girl’s lips to comfort her, for at that moment the faint sound of the insistent doorbell broke In upon them. Mrs. Challoner’s slight frame shook with sudden agitation as she exclaimed: “That doorbell will drive me crssyr And. almost Instantly recovering her composure, she gasped; “If It should be Laurie I” The girl glanced at the smoldering fire In the grate, where to her excited fancy In all their hldeousnesa rose before her the headlines she had read In the evening papers, “Cballoner Caught In Chicago!” “How are we going to break the news to her?” sighed Shirley ns she quickly left the room. Just outside of the door she encountered Stevens, and. quickly placing her linger on her lips, she motioned him to be silent. When...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910
MISS A. N. SWAN Dry Goods, Notions, Seliool Supplies and Toilet Articles Symphony Hull Bldg Nagle Rock Colorado and Castle Avenues W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417) Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. &lt;1037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39.314 Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods ——Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Sunset Glendale 1613 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Bock twice a week Heat Work E. H. Howard. Mgr. Mantle Details Furnished Estimates Given BROXHOLME BROS. Contractors —TILE, BRICK and STONE— East 2219 Virginia Ave., Eagle Rock. Box 47, Houte 1. EAGLE BOCK BARBER SHOP Patronize Home Industry Scissors and Shears Ground Razors Ground B. M. BLAKE, Eagle Rock, Cal. i£KE CAGLE ROCK VALLEY CAR ON JJROADWAY TO TRACT OFFICE 126 so - BROADWAY $2.00 And Up l-'n • ;i ih*w Unit’s Suit. Fir...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910
ICE CREAM! I make a specialty of Tee Cream for Parties. Socials and Picnics. Any quantity at a Fair Price. William Bryson, Confectioner I 2 I lock west of end of Fugle K&lt;» k Avenue Far Line Office, 2103 Central A c. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of (he Eagle Rock Avpnne &gt;:ir lino I'li ro East JJi: I Hast IUS Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We arc working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock and vicinity and we therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Hock □ odd ci ci o □ d d rj d ci T. W. Watson W. (}. Watson Glendale Seed Store &amp; Nursery FULL LINE OF STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES. alia If desired, trees planted and eared for at moderate cost. For Sale —500 Phoenix palms. 2 to 5 ft. high, 50c to $2; also 000 orange trees. Trees for park ways a Speeialty. FREE DELIVERY. 552 W. Ith St. Glendale, Cal. &gt;ty?:;;;t:,;x]&gt;;ifix 1 (11:;. jxi, 5:;,5:;:: k"k ;K,;ula...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910
Society Notes Alls* Rachel Richardson is visiting in Sinta Ana. (J. W. Smiddcy is erecting a neat oroom bungalow on Mariposa avenue. Mr. and Mrs. F. JSchrieber of Kenil worth, spent the week end at Oeean I‘ark. Mr. A. S. Johnson has moved into one of his pretty new bungalows in | I loristau Heights. Mr. and Airs. Howen and daughter leit this weeiv. for a visit in San ' Diego County. Airs. ,1. Al. Sperry, accompanied by her niece, Airs. Al. Berg, spent the week end at Long Beach. Miss Susie Spangler returned Sunday from a two weeks’ stay with relatives at Saciaipento. Miss Rowcna Rogers entertained a number of friends at the home of her jartnts on Wednesday. Air. Hope, our new shoe-maker, is now arranging his quarters in the Symphony Halt Building. Airs. Win. Weir and her father,. Dr. fheodon* Koberlie have returned after i iwo wepks ’• vi it at San Jacinto-.Hot Springs. Mrs. \\aldo Lloyd left Wednesday lor. the • Philippines t.o join . her huslamb Rev. WaJdo Lloyd, a cjiaplain pf tn...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910
A R FINLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only first-class work solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays Phone C-9231 Residence 318 North Avenue 65 Los Angeles, Cal. Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end or the Eagle Reck Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For You » ’ , , i■- - &gt; Coal! Coal! Coal! Coal! Prices Quoted are for this month only. Better get in line with your order. Do it now. BRIQUETS Sack $ • -55 5 Sacks 2.50 1-2 Ton 4.75 1 Ton 9.25 2 Tons, per ton .. .9.00 5 Tons, per ton .8.75 ABERDEEN OR WELLINGTON Sack $..75 1-4 Ton 3.75 1-2 Ton 7.00 1 Ton 13.50 2 Tons, per ton . . 13.25 5 Tons, per ton . . 13.00 BLACK DIAMOND Sack 5..70 1-4 Ton 3.50 1-2 Ton 6.50 1 Ton 12.50 2 Tons, per ton . . 12.25 5 Tons, per ton . 12.00 Sacks 5 Cents Each unless Exchanged R. A. BAKER COMPANY 6050-6064 Pasadena Ave. Sunset E 599-Phones-Home 39044 FIRE INSURANCE How About The Insurance? Look It Up and Let Me Know Home 39077 WM....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 6 August 1910
Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors. 010 921 West Fourth Street. Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT BON-TON GROCERY Standard poods at a reasonable* profit is our wav of selling Groceries. It always satisfies the customer and makes friends for us who tell others how | lease I they are. Our business is prowing steadily, which enables us to sell as cheap as pood quality will permit. Can’t we interest you? S. P. POLLARD. Proprietor Kaple Hoek Avenue Phone Past 400 RKAI.K S T A T K You Furnish the Bargains 1 will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers • ieo, Diddoek. Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Peek Valiev. Phone East 2225 »«©«©«« ?» Listorine 10c —19e. 99e and 75e Ihirliel; ’s Malted Milks 10e Inland +2.79 Promo Seltzer Ioe,—l9c 49e and 75e : EAGLE ROCK DRUG CO. I W. E. Bruce, Proprietor TKI.EPIH t.\ K EAST 209 1 i ITV PKIcKs Cigar? Pipes Tidiaee Ki Isa ids...
Hard Work. FIERCE FIRE IN NEARBY HILLS Over 200 Fighters Extinguish Flames After Long Struggle. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
Hard Work. FIERCE FIRE IN NEARBY HILLS Over 200 Fighters Extinguish Flames After Long Struggle. fire broke out on tlu- hills in the vicinity i&gt;i f.agle Rock Canyon on Tucsikiy noon and was not extinguished until a fierce battle of over four hours was fought. by some 2ilo lighters from f.agle Rock and Pasadena. State fire Warden Baker discovered tile blaze at about !J;dlt and immediately rang the alarm and summoned volunteers. A hundred citizens and an equal number of Mexicans in the employ of the Pacific k.lectric Railway were taken to the scene ot Bu- fire in auto- .and were soon at work, under flu- supervision ot Wardens Baker and Cha]inian. They fought Inanely .and courageously until nightfall when the fiercest forest and ••auge lire in this vicinity lor a lone term of years, was put out. fully live miles of chapparal and underbrush were swept by the dailies. Ihe lire wardens both were overcome by the dames and smoke and narrowly escaped death. Rolling, falling and scr...
SMART REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR STATE PRINTER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
SMART REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR STATE PRINTER In the person of Carlos 1.. Smart tlie people of the state of California would have a printer who could be equaled by few and excelle dby none Mr. Smart although not a real politician, i- making a clean, fair race for the po-ition for which he is so well fitted. lie was editor of the "Boy- and dirls" for many years and instructor of printing at the Whittier state school. A vote for Mr. Smart will be appreciated and well repaid. Copies of the Sentinel can be purchased at the Eagle Rock drug store.
TENNIS CLUBS PLAN TOURNAMENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
TENNIS CLUBS PLAN TOURNAMENT Friday, September 9th, promises to be a very interesting day for the folks ~i hagle Roek. The Eagle Rock Tennis Club and the Kennihvorth Tennis Club, both of the Valley, have arranged to have a tournament mi the court of the latter. Meetings for the arrangement of such an event were held during the week and the Kennihvorth Club held a special meeting last night at the home of 11. L. Winters. Both clubs have chosen colors and pennants which will he gayly used during the exciting moments of the game. The candidates for both sides are doing considerable practicing as a decision will soon be reached as to who will play. The program has not been arranged as yet, hut there will he but two boys and two girls from each -ide playing. The whole day will he occupied by the games. Little discussion, as to which side will be the winner, is ' heard, although both feel con- 1 lident that the victory be theirs. , A large .attendance is desired , at this occasion as ibis...
INDIANA STATE SOCIETY PICNIC AT REDONDO [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
INDIANA STATE SOCIETY PICNIC AT REDONDO The tir-t annual picnic of the Indiana State society is being held at Redondo Beach today. Saturday. The interesting leature of the gathering is that it will coiite-t with the lowa State society, meeting the same day at Long Beach, as to which will show the greatest attendance. A careful record of the number of tickets sold and of the number ol society members who arrive tit tile beaches, will be kept. The Knights and I.tidies of the Maccabees of Los Angeles county are preparing to hold their outing here Sept. .L On Sept. 5, Labor Day, the Woodmen of the World will be here. F dlowing the example of lowa and Indiana, the good people ot Pennsylvania residing in Los Angeles County will have ti picnic August 27.
Too High. DECLARE PRICE OF WATER UNJUST San Rafael Residents Petition for Lower Water Rates. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
Too High. DECLARE PRICE OF WATER UNJUST San Rafael Residents Petition for Lower Water Rates. The «|ue&gt;tion ■ f axing :1a v. ~n r rale- charged by the Sea Rafael Ranch e impany t.. the r. -Men;- \.h liarvanza and Annandale ha- he n taken under adV-nnent by the h anal of supervi-ors until data i- fnrni.-heil by the water company -honing the number of consumers a; varum- rates now charged, by winch the t- ; il in come can he computed. The consumers placed on the wit nt -'.and J. A. W mans, pre-iden; of the Home Builders, and manager of the hagle Roc!; Water e inpany. operating at this place. Mr. W'inanstated that the rate- charged by hicompany are 75 cent- a month for tile connection and 111 cents for each 1(H) cubic led o water. ll.e rate usually charged by the San Rafael company is $1.50 f. r the ilr-t 5ll(l cubic feet and 15 cent- f..r ich ad dit.ioual 1(10 cubic feet.