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Dusting I TOURNAMENT ENDS IN DRAW Kenilworth Takes Two Matches—Both Sides Play Well [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Dusting I TOURNAMENT ENDS IN DRAW Kenilworth Takes Two Matches— Both Sides Play Well Before an appreciative audience of Eagle Rock tennis fans the Kenilworth and Eagle Rock Tennis Clubs battled all day on the Kenilworth court Admission Day, in the fastest tennis tournament ever witnessed in the valley. Kenilworth grabbed the men’s doubles and singles in jig time. Mark Eaton upset the dope by falling before John McLaughlin, the representative of the Kenilworths, in the singles event, to the anthem of three straight sets, 6-2, 6-3, 6-4. The Eagle Rock man went into the melee in a rather weary state, and proved easy game for the west Aider. The first set was a walkaway for McLaughlin, but Eaton took a brace and came within two games of fetching home the coonskins in the third session. The men’s doubles was the most interesting event of the exciting day. This also was taken by Kenilworth, after a hard fight, three sets to two. The Eagle Rock representatives, Donald Douglas Davis and Mar...
Church News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Church News During the winter months the evening service at the Congregational church will begin at seven o'clock, instead of seven thirty. The regular meeting of the Ladies’ Aid Society of the Congregational church met in the lecture room of the church Thursday afternoon. Dr. Spangler will preach in the church next Sunday morning at eleven o’clock his subject being “The Soul of Christ.” In the evening at 7:30 Dr. Mather of Pasadena will fill the pulpit. There will be a quarterly conference next Sunday evening in the Methodist church immediately after the preaching services. This is the last quarterly meeting for the Conference year, and a full attendance of all officals is expected. Classified ads in the Sentinel bring results.
I LADIES’ AID SOCIETY S < TO GIVE SUPPER I [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
I LADIES’ AID SOCIETY S &lt; TO GIVE SUPPER I 5 Monday evening the Annan- 5 5 dale Union church will be the 5 t scene of a pleasant affair when &lt; 5 the Ladies' Aid Society will 5 5 give a hot supper. A charge of J 2 2Sc will be made and the pro- &lt; 5 ceeds will be for the benefit of J 5 the Ladies’ Bazaar. The hours 5 t will be from 6:30 until 8:30 &lt; 5 which affords ample opportunity J 5 for all the men of the commun- 5 J ity to be present. All are cor- J | dially invited to come and bring 4 $ their families. 5
Thrilling BRUSH CARROLLS DOWN STEEP BANK Don Davis Narrowly Escapes Death Car Is Uninjured [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Thrilling BRUSH CARROLLS DOWN STEEP BANK Don Davis Narrowly Escapes Death Car Is Uninjured D. D. Davis, the well known automobile manipulator of Eagle Rock valley, had what might have been a serious accident just after the close of the tennis tournament last Friday. Returning from the court he drove his Brush machine up the steep road to the Herzog mansion, and deposited his fair freight at the front door. Standing on the side step young Davis attemped to guide the automobile safely down the steep path to Oak Grove avenue again, but half way down he lost control of the machine, and although he tried desperately to apply the foot brake with his hand, he was not equal to the task, and only saved himself by a spectacular leap for life from the little car, which rolled over thrice, resting at last upside down in the bottom of the canyon. A dozen eminent cement artists were hurridly summoned from a nearby sidewalk under course of construction, and with the aid of ropes they managed to ha...
Inspiring EAGLE ROCK IS A BOWER OF BEAUTY Expert Claims Valley Is Gem of God's Good Earth [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Inspiring EAGLE ROCK IS A BOWER OF BEAUTY Expert Claims Valley Is Gem of God's Good Earth Dr. Ward Magoon Mills, forestry expert attached to the Department of the Interior, is visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. de Vidal-Hunt in their pretty mountain honie overlooking the Eagle Rock valley. Dr. Mills has just completed his work in the Middle West and is now inspecting the timber lands on the Pacific coast in behalf of the government. Willis Benjamin Mills, the youngest Assistant United States Attorney General in the service of Uncle Sam, also a brother of Mrs. C. de Vidal-Hundt, is on his way to the coast with instructions to prosecute land frauds in the State of Nevada. Dr. Mills, now at the home of his sister, is highly impressed with the natural beauty of the Eagle Rock valley. Of all the beautiful sceneries he has seen in his travels he believes Eagle Rock to be the most fascinating. “This country around the Eagle Rock is beautiful beyond words,” said the for...
RESIDENTS ANNOYED OVER NOISY PUMP [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
RESIDENTS ANNOYED OVER NOISY PUMP If Eagle Rock Valley becomes an incorporated city it is most earnestly hoped by the imposed upon residents in the vicinity of the Eagle Rock Water Co.’s pumping plant, that something can be done to make the water company either muffle it's engine or shut it down at night, as it is an unnecessary and impossible nuisance. , Jack Edwards, the energetic and en•terorising cement contractor, has .nionar many other contracts the lay* ing of cement curbs and side-walks along Townsend Avenue and adjacent streets. Sunday School will reopen next Sabbath .morning in the Methodist church at half past nine o’clock.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
A nice, clean Meat Market Where you can get the best the market affords at the lowest that quality permits, right in your midst. EAGLE ROCK MARKET Central and Colorado East 1148 ANNOUNCEMENT!! To the Ladies of Eagle Rock. J. B. Mosher &amp; Company beg to announce that they will open a first-class grocery and will be able to supply the demand of the most particular. We carry a complete stock of the finest groceries as well as the best the market affords in fruits and vegetables. You can depend upon prompt delivery and courteous treatment. We respectfully solicit your patronage. You are cordially invited to come and inspect our stock on opening day, Saturday, September 17. Telephone East 1148. J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Per-Don Central and Colorado
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
THE Antelope Valley Ledger comes to our office wrapped in a handsome design of wall paper. Is this aristocracy or poverty? • t « THERE was a“ murder, a suicide, two burglaries, several divorce proceedings and a number of petty thefts at Lancaster during the past two weeks, and strange as it may be, the editor of that town has not been found guilty of any of the entertainments. • • • HERETOFORE our subscribers have been in the habit of subscribing for the paper for as short a term as 3 months. To keep the books in order and enter such small accounts so rfequently would alone keep one person busy. When possible please pay by the year or half year if it does not cause you any inconvenience. • • • ALTHOUGH the Sentinel is decidedly in favor of the incorporation of Eagle Rock Valley as a city of the sixth class, and while we shall continually boost for this great benefactory movement,' w ebelieve in that great American principal of “Free Speech” and therefore we will gladly give space to...
A Woman’s Whys [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
A Woman’s Whys Wh” is it that one’s highest motives are sometimes misjudged for mere personal gain. o • • Why do we think nothing at all of missing a good sermon when if it was a good meal it would be quite a different matter. • • • Why do some men insist upon claiming a seat on the inside of a car when the capacity limit is already exceeded. • • • Why do we put off answering letters when our daily misgivings exhaust far more energy than the real effort would. • « • Why does the hibernal instinct insist upon creeping into our system when we are compelled to go out on a cold rainy morning. • • • Why does the man about the house find it so much easier to do a thing if he happens to think of it himself then if his wife reminds him of it.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
.‘.’.DRAMATIC ART.’.’. 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 214 Weil Sycamore Avenue Eagle Rock. Robert Henry Brown, Free. P. P. Schumacher, VicePres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier iEaglr Sark Sank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business of every person in the Valley. iQIQIBBQP The Los Angeles Examiner The One Live Wire Among the Newspapers of the Great Southwest Alert. *. Accurate •* • Aggressive. *. Delivered to your address every day, 75c a month. Our local agent, C. W. Hughes, will be pleased to take your order. Phone Sunset Glendale 3053. .S. .S. .S. .S. .S. .S. .S. .S. .S. .O. .e. .e. .S. .S. .S. .S. .S. A. .S. .S. .S. A. .i School Supplies | 2 Books, Tablets, Drawing Pads,...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Phone*: But 11 Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Bed or Yellow Qarvanza Car to Avenue 61. FIRE INSURANCE How About The Insurance? Look It Up and Let Me Know WM. R. MYERS 107 S. Are. 64 Home 39077 Garvanza P. O. Building Eaft 125' Coal! Coal! Coal! Coal! Price* Quoted are for this month only. Better get in line with your order. Do it now. BRIQUETS Sack . $ .60 5 Sacks 2.75 Vi Ton 5.00 1 Ton 9.50 2 Tons, per ton.. 9.25 S Tons, per ton.. 9.00 ABERDEEN OB WELLINGTON Sack $ .80 }4 Ton 3.75 54 Ton 7.25 1 Ton 14.00 2 Tons, per ton.. 13.75 5 Tons, per ton.. 13.50 BLACK DIAMOND Sack $ .75 % Ton 3.50 Vi Ton 6.75 1 Ton 13.00 2 Tons, per ton.. 12.75 5 'ions, per ton.. 12.50 Sacks 5 Cents Each unless Exchanged R. A. BAKER COMPANY 6050-6064 Paaaden* Ave. Sunset E 599—Phones—Home 39044 A ♦♦♦ x I x T x Underwear H’ndkerchicfs Muslins Ginghams Outing Flannels gj f t At ♦&gt; f ana A. N. SWAN Dry Goods and Notions Strong and Durable Children’s Hose "Isis" Hosiery a Spec...
ERED MOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
E RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance t Copyright. 1900, by Dodd. Mead t* Co. By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE flrnrjjHTTojn warned to the table where the prisoner sat. and. fixing bis eyes on the accused, be continued: “This man Cballoner is a willful, deliberate murderer! This is not bis first offense. He began to murder years ago.” At this point the prosecutor went back to the time when Cballoner married a beautiful young girl, emphasizing the fact that be bad married this mere slip of a girl for her money. “Her money! And be has never earned a dollar since!" be told his listeners, with great scorn. “And bis life—what has be made of it? This degenerate, this profligate, did tbese things of the underworld. They appealed to him. He was no mere youth to be led astray." The audience shifted uneasily in their seats. Shirley Bloodgood held her breath as she placed a protecting arm about Miriam, which Miriam gently shook off, for what need had sbe of sympathy? CHAPTER X. MURGATROYD returned to his p...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Homo 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Bock Sunset Glendale 1613 Home -723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronise Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Bock twice a week Best Work E. H. Howard, Mgr. •/. M. Spangler For— Notarial Work Castle &amp; Colorado : Eagle Rock Park Ave. near Townsend Street. Eagle Rock Valley MISS A. H. TRINKAUS DRESSMAKING P. O. Address—l9l A, R. F. D. No.l Los Angeles, Cal. Residence: Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Avenue Otto schroeder LAWYER &amp; NOTARY Home Phone, A 5995 Office: 201 Tajo Building Ist and Broadway EAGLE ROCK SHOE SHOP New shoes made to order. Old shoes made new. Harness repaired. All work guaranteed. A nice line of new shoes. Honest work at fa'ir prices. Peter...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Office, 2103 Central Are. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Are, end of the Ragle Bock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 Sunset Glendale 2243 Home 944 Thompson Plumbing Co. VV. O. Thompson Repair Work a Specialty. Estimates Furnished. 808 4th street Glendale, Cal. (E EAQLE ROCK VALLEY CAR ON I.l**i PROADWAY TO TRACT 111 iTfl OFFICE 00000000000000000000000000 Eagle Rock Feed &amp;* Fuel Company K ARK now ready for busi- " ness, having secured choice lot of hay, grain and poultry feed. We invite your inspection and feel assured of your patronage if you once trade with us. A fine lot of seasoned eucalyptus wood in stock. A. S. JOHNSON. Mgr. East 3156. Central and Colorado. 00000000000000000000000000 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. m. First performance 7:30 p. m.; second performance 8:45 p.m. Retire change of progr...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Local Events Mrs. J. J. Kolbe is spending two I weeks at San Francisco. J. B. Moser and family have moved into the former Fer-Don home. A number of guests from Castle Clrags picniced at Verdugo Park Thursday. The Misses Hangarry of Cleveland, Ohio, are guests at Castle Crags. Mrs. W. M. Wallace and Mrs. Grace Nichols of Los Angeles were guests in the Valley on Friday. Members of the Advance Thought class held a very delightful meeting in Elysian Park, Thursday. Mrs. S. J. Buck of Highland Park, was .the guest of Mrs. Carle H. Phinney, Wednesday. Mrs. Bert Lester of Los Angeles, who has been visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. L. R. Garrett, returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Selkirk have moved to the ranch on Verdugo Road for which they traded their bungalow on Linden Way. Lewis F. Reed and John Sparr left Monday for a two weeks fishing and hunting trip in the Kern River country. Dr. Spangler has been offered and has accepted the chair of biology in the Nazarene Universit...
ANNANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
ANNANDALE Regina Lane is receiving a heavy coat of oil. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Maclay are spending a week at Ocean Park. Lincoln Refers, Jr„ is clerking at Bollinger’s Grocery. Ross Rogers is employed as a clerk at the Bon-Ton Grocery. Mrs. H. H. Hastings is soon to join her husband who it now on the Mojave desert. Mrs. W. E, Craig, sister of L. D. Swiggett, is here on a short visit while on her way from Mexico City to San Francisco.