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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 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. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. I lonic 30.314 Sycamore Grocery Otto Corkwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods I.ow Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Sunset Glendale 1(113 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Ragle Rock twice a week Best Work E. 11. Howard, Mgr. Mantle Details Furnished Estimates Given BROXHOLME BROS. Contractors —TILE, BRICK and STONE— East 2219 Virginia Ave., Eagle Rock. Box 47, Route 1. EAGLE ROCK BARBER SHOP Patronize Home Industry Scissors and Shears Ground Razors Ground B. M. BLAKE, Eagle Bock, Cal. JAKE EAGLE ROCK VALLEY CAR ON IROADWAY TO TRACT OFFICE LCIDEnt (AKU pU BROADWAY $20.00 &amp; Up For a new Gent's Suit. F...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
ICE CREAM! ■ I ni.ikc a specialty of Iro Cream foi Parties. Socials ;nnl Picnics. Am •plant ity at a Fair Price. William Bryson, Confectionei 1 - Mock west of eiol of Kagle Ho 4 Avenue (':ir Line °iVn*e. _ 1(C. Central Avc. Both PhoneDr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of ifu Fngb* Rock Avenue car line Phone Lust »‘JI7 Phone Fast 114S Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES *' are working with everybody t&lt; build up Kaglo Hock and vicinity and we therefore greatly desire your trade Central and Colorado Streets Ragle Rock 'g] T. \V. Watson I «1 W. 0. Watson Glendale Seed Store &amp; Nursery FULL LINE OF STOCK AT i LOWEST PRICES. [if [aj If desired, trees planted and [h] eared for at moderate cost, For Sale—soo Phoenix palms, pi to 5 ft, high, 50c to $2; also 500 (Ml orange trees. Trees for parkways a Specialty. FHRR DFLIVFHV. w. -I MI St. (Mondale, Cal. The Glendale Pharmacy furnishes (lie best of everything I i” tlit- Drug lino. The host Ice...
CONTINUED ACTIVITY IN BUILDING LINE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
CONTINUED ACTIVITY IN BUILDING LINE In the Townsite tract on Virginia ave., John I Wiley is erecting three handsome bungalows, the first of a scries of 20 for which he has plans. In Mayfair Park. Clifford S. Mead of the California Furniture Company is building an artistic bungalow for his home. L. D. Kavanaugh is the architect. On the same street a wide spreading bungalow of the Swiss type is under way for James H. Cormack, recently from Chicago, cashier for the Edwards &amp; Wilder Co. In the new Satsuma Park tract two e tccptionally handsome homes are under way at the corner of Hill avenue and Satsuma Park. One is to be the new home of Frank P. Richardson and the other of Fred S. Hannaford. The Richardson residence will cost about $5OOO and the adjoining bungalow $.lOOO, Other striking homes that arc under way are those of John H. Goss. Harry L. Winters. Dr. Mcßurney, A. E. Kilpatrick, J. R. Ruchannan and others.
RESULT OF PRIMARY ELECTION IN LOCAL DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
RESULT OF PRIMARY ELECTION IN LOCAL DISTRICT As far as local politics are concerned. tlie primary election on Tuesday resulted as follows: State Senator. 36th District Republican—Charles \V. Bell. 70 votes, Democratic—lo votes. Assemblyman. 67th District Republican—D. C, Melrose. 36. Democratic—O. B. Holly. Constable Republican—Charles \V. Cathtie, 65. Delegates for Republican Convention Godfrey Edwards 60. L. R. Garrett 52 Democratic lames B. Meiiasco 1, Thus. V. Wattersnn 1, We are expecting our airtight heaters, gas heaters and oil heaters for fall and winter trade soon. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse, Eagle Rock Hardware Store.
TENNIS CLUB HOLDS SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
TENNIS CLUB HOLDS SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting to arrange the full details for the tournament between the two local tennis clubs was held by the Eagle Rock Tennis Club on Thursday evening at the home of Dan Davis. Besides the special business which came up the treasurer made a report of the financial standing and it was learned that there was but 80 cents in the treasury, and many new purchases are necessary. A number of the members arc behind on their dues and the prosperity of the club remains entirely with the debtors. At a very appropriate refreshment for the members the meeting closed up with the cutting of half a dozen watermelons, which were served by Mrs. Davis. Attorney Otto Schroedcr has been appointed a notary public for Los Angeles county by Governor Gillett. Mr. Schroedcr tilled the same position in San Diego county for four years, and hi- experience as notary in connection with his qualifications as practicing attorney enables him to give clients perfect satisfac...
We will carry garden seeds for fall gardens. Ritchey & Grotthouse, the Hardware men. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
We will carry garden seeds for fall gardens. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse, the Hardware men. The Mi-'i- Keyes of Mahanlonga Way entertained a large company of friends at their home Thursday evening. A delightful time was encountered. while the evening was spent in I,nth \o&lt;al and instrumental musie R t"r• ■ - ])in* tit-, such a- iee ereani ami rake, were -i rvol and addeil to the d( Huht of the eveivng. '1 hose who Or ,1&lt; part in the orehe-tra were Mrs. Ehrgott. piano; George Ford. clarimate; Jack I,tint/, slide trombone: Arthur Schultz. violincello. Others who were present ware Mr, Ehrgott and son. Mrs. Meek, the Misses Millie* and Florence Schultz. Messrs. Kverett, F rank F.lwell, Harry Mullin. Before school opens it's a good time to use paint on your floors. We carry full line of paints and varnishes. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. Phones East 1481, Home 39330. FOR SAFE- 3-room house and large lot, water piped, sink, $850: $l5O down and balance easy t...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
Society Notes PERSONALS Mr, E. A. Allen is soliciting for 1 Werdcn's grocery. i Colonel and Mrs. Eddy arc in the . Valley for a week's visit. Mrs. E. Hamilton spent the week end with friends in Pomona. Mr. Frank A. Civille is seriously ill at his home on Central avenue. * Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schumacher ; are taking a trip through Arizona. ■ Miss Lois Candec is spending the I week at Long Beach with friends. Mr. and Mrs. William K. Cowan • arc at home after a visit in the East. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Browne arc spending the week end at Catalina. ; Mrs. Harriett Randall spent last T ucsd ay visiting old friends in the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan have returned from their visit to Chicago and other eastern cities. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gihhs have i returned front a week's outing at llermosa Reach. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Edwards went to Catalina Wednesday for a short stay. The Misses Swan will leave Long Beach for their home here the end of ( this week. Hr. A. S. Johnson and family have moved into...
ANNANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
ANNANDALE Mrs. I). K. Shroder is visiting with relatives at Santa Ana. .Mr. Kolot'f is building a large 6rootn house on Annan Way. The Misses Keyes expect a visit from their father from the east next month. Mr. H. Inglis and wife of Vuina, Arizona, have purchased a home in the t )ak Hills tract, where they will reside, Mr. Iv II. Green held and family of Fairmount Way are spending several | weeks at the beach. Mr. I),avis and family of Kulli street have moved to the city .and now reside on Merid.au street, off K.agle Rock avenue. Mrs. Camp of Mahantonga Way left Tuesday for San Francisco where she will spend several weeks. Watermelons! Nice, juicy and sweet; fresh daily. Hoti-Ton Grocery. Would you like one for Sunday? Miss Florence Keyes visited at the home of her friend. Florence Schultz. (*n I’ltidlong avenue Saturday evening. R. Maynard has purchased the Hums property on Mariposa street, and the Hums family will soon move to the Fast. Miss Carrie llrown, who has been j visiting ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 20 August 1910
New Glendale Theatre Opposite Sanitarium—West 4th St. Moving pictures and illustrated songs of the classy order every evening except Sunday. Doors open at 7 p. in. First performance 7:30 p. m.; second performance 8:45 p.m. Entire change of program Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Como and see us and we will help you to enjoy life. Admission 10c, Children Sc. J. ELGIE BUSCH. Proprietor and Mgr. Baby chicks, Rhode Island Reds, hens hatched from strong utility stock.. Telephone Colorado and East 2694 Kcnil worth streets. EAGLE ROCK SHOE SHOP New shoes made to order. Old shoes made new. Harness repaired. AH work guaranteed. A nice line of new shoes. Honest work at fair prices. Peter Ferrantelle Fer-Don Building Residence: Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Avenue f\TTO SCHROEDER LAWYER &amp; NOTARY Home Phone, AS99S Office: 201 Tajo Building Ist and Broadway ■ j Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 I Pulliam Undertaking Co. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 910 921 W...
Over the Bank. AUTOIST FAILS TO SEE ROAD Occupants Hurled Into Dirt When Machine Flops [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 August 1910
Over the Bank. AUTOIST FAILS TO SEE ROAD Occupants Hurled Into Dirt When Machine Flops The silence of the night was suddenly broken into at a late hour on M onday evening when one of the Pasadena “Swells'* came up Colorado street from that city in,his seven passenger auto. Instead of taking to the center of the wide street leading to Glendale he went up the small hill to the left side of the road and after seeing his mistake he attempted to get back to the center. The dividing bank is the greater part of four feet and when an auto goes down a bank of this height it may be expected that something will occur. And so it did. Spectators who were called to the scene found the auto lying straight up on the Hat part of two wheels and the occupants, a man and a young lady, hurled some ten feet in the direction in which they originally had intended to go. However. they were not hurt and in the midst of the excitement the lady jumped to her feel and related tinexperience in full detail. They ...
LARGE PARTY ENJOYS WATERMELON PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 August 1910
LARGE PARTY ENJOYS WATERMELON PARTY A iititihlx &gt;rli&lt;&gt;■ ■&lt;! melon party w:i- the mn! last ITiday evening when Mr. and Mrs. McVicke.r invit'd a- tin Aguests alicmt thirty neighbors in' their immediate vicinity. They were young and old, and all came to the scene of one of tlic most interesting occasions of the season, in their original house dress. Stories of wit and laughter were told during intermissions of the feast and after some Id watermelons had vanished and the party was pretty well satisfied, the old phonoghaph was cranked up and some excellent music produced to which they danced, "right out in the garden." Dr. Johnson made himself conspicuous by his jolly jokes of merriment and has established a reputation as being excellent.
ANNUAL MEETING OF IMPROVEMENT CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 August 1910
ANNUAL MEETING OF IMPROVEMENT CLUB The annual meeting; of the KagTc Rock Valley Improvement League will be held on the evening of September 5 at Symphony Hall, corner Castle and Colorado streets, when the election of officers will occur. The subject id incorporation will he discussed. This is a very important meeting anil everyone interested in the Valley wellfare is urged to attend.
I WORK IS ACCEPTED : [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 August 1910
I WORK IS ACCEPTED : &gt; That part of the highway he- 1 &gt; tween Glendale and Kagle Rock i | has been accepted by the ( | County highway Commission | ) and is now open for public traf- ' &gt; tic. The boulevard is being ( , oiled .and the great amount of ( | dust will he settled when the 1 ) process is thoroughly com- t 5 pleted. (
WOULDN’T THIS JAE YOU? [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 August 1910
WOULDN’T THIS JAE YOU? This li tter, which needs no comment, wns received by tile editor of :i certain I aiier doing business not many miles from l-'.agle Koek: ‘•please send me a few copies of tite paper which laid the obituary and verses about the death of my child a week or so ago. Also publish the enclosed dipping about my niece’s mar-rino-e. An 1 I wish you would mention in vour local columns, if it don’t cost anything;, that I have a couple of calves to sell. Send we a couple of copies id' the paper this week. As my subscription is out, please stop my paper. Times tire hard too to waste money on a newspaper.”
The Proposed New Bridge Over the Arroyo on Colorado Street [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 27 August 1910
The Proposed New Bridge Over the Arroyo on Colorado Street (Courtesy I. os \ugeles Examitter ) the hanks of the Arroyo. Pasadena side, hy meinhers of the eointty hoard of supervisors, Pasadena city connoil and Pasadena hoard of trade. The comparative merits of the three bridge plans heretofore advocated — high, low .and intermediate —were considered. The compromise bridge will probably be divided between the county and the city. The expense of building the bridge will he divided between the county and the city. The cost of the structure will probably reach $150.00(1.