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CARRIGAN HAS SUPPORT OF COUNTY PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
CARRIGAN HAS SUPPORT OF COUNTY PRESS John \V. Carri.gan. who has the -it]) port of many of the live country papers in his canvass for votes as can didate for district attorney of Los Angeles county, is a self made man. While holding down a situation as railroad brak man Mr. Carrigan passed his span- moments in the study of law, and attended night school in order that he might perfect himself in his chosen life work, lie was admitted to the bar, and for several years has been practicing law before I,os Angeles courts. Such perseverance as that shown by Mr. Carrigan is deserving of substantial reward. Voters who tire undecided should choose John \V. Carrigan. He will not be a disappointment as a prosecutor for the people.
EUGENE VAN SITTERT CHOOSES BRIDE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
EUGENE VAN SITTERT CHOOSES BRIDE S Mi-- Xill (iwinn ami Mr Pur gene \;m Sitlert uut unhid in [&gt; marriage on Tiu-.lay c\ vni: 5 *‘t the li un e m till* g:*«" mu'" k hr* *t her. \\ . I). Van Sii ? ert. imi 5 Mahanti mga Way. Tlu- wu d--5 ding wa- an informal cm- and k was witnessed l»y the nn*-! imP mediate friends and nlatiws. S being twenty in nninlu-r. The 5 l\i ' j. M, luTL’ll-on of 11 ig h - c lunl Park pi rfonm d the mv--6 mnny. ai’tiT which a delight fill S 2-conrse supper was served. S I M aiitifnl. indeed. \u re I lie dee k "rations oi a-paragn- ferns and &gt; pink and white carnations. the-e S being furnished by Mr, Morris t "t I ‘.a,trie i\"ek. win i had an es- ? tablished nursery in Do 5 Moines. lowa, the tormer home k o| the \an Siiiert-, and who i&gt;. r a very clo-e Iriend oi them. The J hride P a hand-onie young I.i«l\ 5 "1 Pineolu. Xehr.iska, while she ? was very popular. She looked 5 strikingly luantifnl in her while 5 satin gown and her as...
EXTENSION OF GLENDALE CAR LINE NEARLY COMPLETED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
EXTENSION OF GLENDALE CAR LINE NEARLY COMPLETED Tin* t«loin 1: 1 1o ;i ti&lt;l Kugle Rock K;i iI way Company is grilling tho ln-l sltetch for tho coin plot ion of tin- lino to tin* oh! Vcrdugo ranch-house. to which point cur will ho operated on or IkToio August In. &lt; iin nom-i ng August 1 n stngo lim* ; s hoing opi -rated hot won La (res ooiitn :i ml Verdugo Pmk until tlio olootric lino is extended to Hint pluco. .Mme. Delink Matty* \Vost*in*r, n famous sculptress, who rocontlv came from the Mast nini hns established ;i stinlio in tin- west oml of tho Valiev, hns eon!meiiced to work on n pio-o of nrt that promises to roinlor her famous nil over tin- country, tin' subject being tho “Downfall of Jelfries. Castle Crags. tin- present homo of Mine. Woso nor. is nn ideal place for nrti tir tic livily. The lady is n piefiin*s ( pn* fig urn herself, with bright yellow hair hanging in two thick braids. Marguerite fashion, down below her waist and tossed carelessly* over he...
At Last. RAILS BEING LAID TO NEW PARK Work Being Rushed on Extension of Street Car System. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
At Last. RAILS BEING LAID TO NEW PARK Work Being Rushed on Extension of Street Car System. A i'H'w of &gt;onu 2' &lt;»r M) nun started work "ii the laying of the rails for the extension of the High- Rock avenue earline Thursday morning. The work i- being d me rapidly and in&gt;ide of two weeks it will he entirely completed. This work means much tor the section in the vicinitv of the park as addition;.! territory will he opened up. and mv this manv new people will he hroilght to the valley. Meyers Knlli 1; i\e e\:&lt; n-&gt;i\e land interests here which thev will divide into residence property. The tract is a desirable one and will make a good impression on prospective hnyers. The iron strikes throughout the country are said to have hindered the work from being done at an earlier dale.
A Woman’s Whys [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
A Woman’s Whys Why should milady !• disturbed on discovering her hr si jjrey hair when she knows that her mother's er A iling beauty is lu r silvery ! c«iiffurc. # * # Why is it that the ones who fail to lake : n interest in ns should happen to be the nios.t uninteresting people we of in mir i wn estimation. * * * Why do we invariably speak to a !*. hy &lt; r a pet animal in a shrill treble v a ' instead of mir u-nal sane, u ell ni&gt; ululated tone-. • * Why -hoiild a 'man on a crowded -tret ear have any more rea-&lt;&gt;n to object Jo the *it sawing &lt; f a ha! rim acr• • - - his no-e then the owner of the t who i&gt; c« an pi Ih d to inhale the ft:: :■ - fn-m hi - pipe or cigarette. * * * Why is it strange that a man should ■ "i-ider hts \v:fe the very line-* cook in the country when a- a matter of ta *t -iu makes life study of tin e. m eocti n of hi- own favorite dishes to tlie exclusion of all others. • * * Why should it he a cri...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
MATRESSES. No. 1, X. L. C. R. COTTON TOP $3 - 65 No. 1, X. L. C. R. REVERSIBLE * 4 - 15 Onr KxtViifiiH' Cotton Felt Mattress mn.lo 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 s|s(l.riO for at “all metal’’ Spring. Leggett Springs, $O,Oll. DAKAN FURNITURE CO. East 2751 5638 PASADENA AVENUE Phillips Block Ice Cream Freezers—Refrigerators—Ollas Phone Us if need any of the above items. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse "THE HARDWARE MEN" Castle and Colorado East 477 Highland Parle Store E. 1481, Home 39330
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 — 13 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 IG. Because there will arise many oc- ■ casions 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 I they wanted. He has demonstrated his ability, his force and his attachment I for Southe...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
Al/riiorull not marked so. the politieal aiiiiminreiiients in the “Sentinel” are paid advertisements. NEXT WEEK the "1-told-you-so" man will he in appearance. TIIFRF will he a number of candidates who "can't come hack" alter August the 16th. After the primaries the organization of a "society of consolation of candidates who failed" will be in order. MR. .1. I'.WortIHTOX of Hynes, i 'alifornia, has been through the v,allev taking photos of bungalows of different types. Mr. Broughton finds these bungalows some of the most uuii|iie in all t he south. THE Eos Angeles Chapter of the American Institute of Banners is planning their annual show to be held in October. We hope that the Eagle Rock bank will be represented. AXFAV YORK PAPER manufacturer -ays th.-ty his company gets old rope from all parts of the world, and that 50,1101) tons of it were manufactured into paper in this country last year. This will surprise those who had thought that the only use for old rope wa- in making campaig...
Camera! News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
Camera! News SANTA IT, OFFICIALS have announced that tile orange and lemon harvest in Southern California the coining sea-on will amount to 50, fIUO carloads. During the season now closing the railroads have carried out ■if Southern California 28,1100 car' of oranges and lemon'. In the banner year of the industry in Southern California. 1908, the crop amounted to ,39,. 999 carloads. Till'. C. S. CIVIL Service Commission announces an examination in Los Angeles, August 2.3, for the portion of stenographer and typewriter. and urges all men who are willing to accept appointment til Washington. I). C,. tit an entrance salary of $B4O or $9OO per annum, and who can comply with the requirements, to enter this examination. ; There i- a scarcity of eligibles for : these positions. Applicants should tipply at once to the L'. S. Civil Service I Commission, Washington, D. C., or ! to the secretary of the local board, room .368, Pacific Fleclric Building. ANF.W DF.I’ARTURK in the teaching of citi...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
Echo Answers “Why?” W&gt; I ¥ ...DRAMATIC ART.v. Including the study of Natural Expression, Voice Culture and Delsarte Children’s Classes in Elocution One lesson a week, $1.50 per month. MRS. BESSIE THEW MILLER 2 I 4 Weil Sycamore Avenue Eagle Rock. Robert Henry Brown. Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice Pres, Fred K. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier tiujU' Inrk lank Capital, 825,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with every!.oily to Imild up Kagle Rock Valley !! i ; I i mnl vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. Buy of the man who advertises!!! 4 m i«*V Da £ iz jM* Wri\ 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 Wi...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
A E FINLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only first-class work solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays Phono C-9231 Residence .118 North Avenue Go Los Angeles, Cal. Phones: East 11 Home 39272 Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Red or Yellow Garvanza Car to Avenue 61. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES ENDORSED BY Lincoln-Roosevelt Republican League PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 16, 1910 / r &gt; % 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 Supt, of Public Instruction ALLISON WARE Superintendent State Printing FRIEND W. RICHARDSON Board of Equalization (4th Dist.) JEFF McELVAINE Railroad Commissioner (3rd Dist.) JOHN M. ESHLEMAN CONGRESS. United States Senator . JOHN D. WORKS Representat...
a RED MOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
a RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance t Copyright, 1909, by Dodd. Mead D Co. -By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE "If you know where Mr. Challouer Is 1 want you to use your influence with him to make him come back. Ills flight amounts to a moral confession of crime, lie has nothing to gain, you see.” he went on to explain, "by staying away. He is bound to be caught. He cannot escape." *"1 want him to come back,” stammered Mrs. Challouer. “Ves. yes, he must come back and face this charge! You—you don't think him guilty, Mr. MurgatroydV” Murgatroyd walked toward the door. If he had spoken his mind he would have answered In the affirmative, but instead he compromised with: "I don't know,” and abruptly left the house. CHAPTEU VI. “ ¥ \ RUTES, every one of them. and Billy Murgatroyd the I 1 worst of all!” The exclamatlou fell from Shirley Bloodgood’s Ups. "Why, 1 thought you liked Mr. Murgatroyd, Shirley V” “You have things badly twisted, Miriam— he likes me." And, suddenly rising to her feet, she clapp...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
MISS A. N. SWAN Dry Goods, Notions, School Supplies and Toilet Articles Symphony Hall Bldg Eagle Rock Colorado and Castle Avenues W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 0037 Pasadena Avo. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Avo. Eagle Rock Sunset Glendale 1(513 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock twice a week Best Work E. 11. Howard, Mgr. Mantle Details Furnished Estimates Given BROXHOLME BROS. ('out ractors —TILE, BRICK and STONE— East 2319 Virginia Ave„ Eagle Rock. Box 47, Route 1. EAGLE ROCK BARBER SHOP Patronize Home Industry Scissors and Shears Ground Razors Ground B. M, BRAKE, Eagle Rock, Cal. SAKE EAGLE ROCK VALLEY CAR ON ROADWAY TO TRACT OFFICE WAK UP BROADWAY $20.00 &amp; Up Pm* a new Gent's Suit. First class in...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
ICE CREAM! I make a specialty of I«*o Cream for Parties, Socials and Picnics. Anv • plant it v at a Fair Price. William Bryson, Confectioner 1 L’ Mock west of end of Ragle Ro.-k Avenue Far Line Ollice. 2105 Central Avc. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak drove Avc, end of the Ragle Rock Avenue car line Pln-nc Last 2217 I Mi. •in- Last 1 14S Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We arc working with everybody to build up Ragle Rock and vicinity and wo therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Ragle K vk V:: «!;« « a aa::aaaaa a a a a a r t a a'.a (HI ill T. W. Watson W. (J. Watson a a a Glendale Seed Store &amp; Nursery ;■ •I K •£ $ &amp; ;; I a I FULL LINE OF STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES. It' desired, trees planted and Sj ired for at moderate cost. For Sale —500 Phoenix palms, to .» ft. high, 50c to $2; also o0() [it; orange frees. 'frees for park m 1 H ways a Specially. lH I li !•: K DELI V KliV. 0 552 W. Ifh St. (Jleiidale, ...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 13 August 1910
Society Notes The Advance Thought club nut with Mrs. J. A, Gates Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Bailey spent Friday and Saturday in the Valley. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Adams of Central avenue are visiting their ranch at El Monte. Mrs. M. E. Eighney spent Wednesday with Mrs. I. M. Blunter on DunI can avenue. j I’. R, Trinkaus and his bride have left for their future home til San Frani cisco. Miss Ada M. Winnie of Nome. Alaska, is the guest of Mrs. C. Me- \ icker and will remain here indelm- I | itely. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett V. Murray. f Ims Angeles, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Frederick A. Miller on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. McVicker are at l.os Niet.s. boosting the lowa I’icnic ! since Mr. McVicker was brought up in ’ that stale. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Edwards, who have been at home for the past two weeks, have returned to Alametos. Mr. A. D. 1 Inward has traded his home on Stanley avenue for town property and has moved his family to the city. Mrs. F. M. Chisholm and her daughter. Miss Valeria Ch...