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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
During the pause that Immediately ensued Miriam Challoner wondered what Murgatroyd would say, what be could say, what was left tor him to say. The prosecutor stood In the center of an open space, and, looking first at Miriam, then at Thorne and finally at the court he answered gravely: "Your honor, I have heard the charge. I don’t see that It behooves me to answer It at this time nor Indeed," bovylng toward the court, “before this tribunal. If It be a charge made in earnest, as It seems to be, then the only question that can possibly Interest this court Is whether 1 have done my duty toward the people of the state. The charge assumes the proportions of a bribe to free a guilty man. My answer is I have convicted Challoner. If there was a bribe It was a bribe that didn’t work." The court stared with the rest. Peter Broderick gazed at Murgatroyd in open mouthed admiration. Even Miriam felt baffled unaccountably. “Mr. Thome,” -said the court, “If this charge be made in good faith and ev...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Its a very good precaution to have your stove set up now. You will avoid the rush later. Phone us. East 477. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. BUSTED 52 7rfN For BEST Results Use Ladies’ Home Journal Patterns. Dry Goods, notions and Furninhings. The best goods at lowest prices. SPECIAL —Coats’ Thread, 4 l-2c per spool, this week. R. L. HENDRICKS 1112 West Fourth St Glendale, CaL _____
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 September 1910
Bimsst Olsndale 2011 Horn* 934 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OS NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT I Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 832 .'. GLENDALE DYE WORKS .*. CLEANING PRESSING &amp; DYEING Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. Residence Phone . 830 Brand Blvd., Sunset Glendale 721 Glendale, California FURNITURE! FURNITURE! ONE-THIRD CASH, BALANCE IN PAYMENTS TO SUIT We have just added to our stock a number of the latest patterns in Brass Beds, Bird’s Eye Maple Dressprs, Rugs, etc. We also carry a full line of Acorn Gas Ranges. DAKAN FURNITURE CO. East 2751 5638 PASADENA AVENUE Phillips Block REAL ESTATE You Furnish the Bargains 1 will Furnish the Customers 1 Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddoek, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Rock Valley. Phone East 2225 Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULU AND HERZOG At the end of the Eagle Rock Avenue car ...
Many of Them nHiinuLMS ME ns HERE Honors Seem About Even Between East and West End [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
Many of Them nHiinuLMS ME ns HERE Honors Seem About Even Between East and West End At no other period of her development has more building been going on in Eagle Rock than now. In the west end, on College View avenue, Mr. Ducker of the Edison Light and Power company, is just moving into his pretty home. In the Ellenwood Heights Tract three handsome homes are under construction. The first just north of Las Flores avenue, on Ellenwood Drive, is being erected by A. Kilpatrick, a member of the artist’s colony which has recently invaded Eagle Rock. In addition to the house, Mr. Kilnatrick has built a separate studio building, connected to the main buildine by a pergola. To the south of the Kilpatrick house, the California Bungalow company are building for Prof. Miller, of Occidental College a two-story Swiss chalet of eight rooms and on the adjoining lot, the same company are building for J. B. Buchanan of the Los Angeles Rail'— - company, a very handsome ■bun""tow which he will occupy a...
Short Pleasure Ends in Sorrow [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
Short Pleasure Ends in Sorrow Owing tio severe wounds inflicted by another horse, the pony of Miss May Diddock, which was recently presented to her by her father, Mr. Geo. Diddock, had to be shot. The. animal was bitten by a horse but a few days ago and blood poisoning took place immediately. I|he case was a hopeless one, although all possible means of cure were attempted. Mr. Diddock will [endeavor to\ replace the gift by securing another pony for his daughter.
IMPROVEMENTSON OIK HILLS Oiled Streets and other Improvements Are Great Attraction [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
IMPROVEMENTSON OIK HILLS Oiled Streets and other Improvements Are Great Attraction The street improvements of the Oak Hill Tract, on Eagle Rock avenue, are about completed. They include cement curbs and sadewalks, gas and water pipes, and petro-lithic paving. The parkways are now to be planted to camphor trees, for which the Bridgeford Nursery, of Eagle Rock avenue has the contract. The California Bungalow Company has commenced the erection of a second series of five bungalows on Regina Lane in this tract. The first five built by this company were all sold before completion and the ones now building will no doubt meet with the same success.
ANNANDALE STUDY CIRCLE ME’ VS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
ANNANDALE STUDY CIRCLE ME’ VS The Child Study Circle of the Annandale school met at the school house on Tuesday afternoon and listened to a very ienertsting and informal talk on the aim and work lof the Federation of Circles. It was voted to join the Los Angeles Federation for mutual help. The attendance Tuesday was very small and no time was left for a discussion of the plans for this year, so all those in the district whio are interested in the work are asked to meet at the home of Mrs. F. W. Phelps on Glenandale place Tuesday afternoon, September 27, at 3 o’clock. The membership is not limited to those who have children in the school but all who are interested in the work are invited most cordially to come and help.
PLEASANT SURPRISE ON ANNIVERSARY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
PLEASANT SURPRISE ON ANNIVERSARY Mrs. W. H. Gilbert, who is the mother of Mrs. J. W. Adams of Strickland road, was pleasantly surprised at her home on Arroyo Seco avenue on Tuesday evening of last week in honor of her sixty-fifth birtdday. About the time Mother Gilbert was thinking her birthday had been completely forgotten even by her children a crowd of about thirty-five walked in and it was plainly observed that it was a complete and jolly surprise. The entire family of children were present and their respective, families, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Higginson coming from Redlands, made it a complete reunion which doubly pleased mother and father. The evening was spent in a general good time and piano selections were rendered by the Misses Ethel May, Hazel Gilbert, Mabel Gilbert and Ethel Sanborn. Mrs. Gilbert received a handsome rocker, the gift o the family, also many other remembrances. Bounteous refreshments were served and the happy birthday crowd left well repaid for their efforts t...
19151 BOOSTING FOR GREAT EXPOSITION Editor* and Epoaition Boosters Hold Conference at Santa Barbara [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
19151 BOOSTING FOR GREAT EXPOSITION Editor* and Epoaition Boosters Hold Conference at Santa Barbara Surrounded by 76 Southern California editors (the editor of the Sentinel being one of them), General Manager Collier of the San Diego end of the Panama Exposition of 1915 and President McNab of the San Francisco office of the big World's Fair were locked together with handcuffs by the Chief of Police of the Conference City (Santa Barbara) as a symbol of harmony and united action in the fight against New Orleans, the only city that dares to oppose the Pacific coast. And in order to win this fight, California must Vote at the November election for the special tax of $5,000,000 for exposition purposes and thereby satisfy Congress that our great state is willing to share the financial responsibilities of the gigantic enterprise that means s much for the development, progress and welfare of the California people. The newspaper men of Southern California have solemly promised to do their du...
Lodge Members Entertained on Birthday [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
Lodge Members Entertained on Birthday About one hundred members of the Highland Park Knights of Pythias enjoyed a watermelon feast at the home of Mr. Louis Herzog on Oak Grove avenue Wednesday evening. Japanese lanterns vied with the moon in lighting up the picturesque grounds where a number of drills were given by members in uniform. After several enjoyable readings by Mr. Brown, a number of left-over watermelons were auctioned off, making things lively, and adding a neat little sum to the treasury. Mr. Herzog didn’t say how old he was, and his birthday cake only had one candle in the center K&gt;f it, but the fifteen guests who were bidden to the birthday dinner had a glorious time and stand ready to help him celebrate one year from now if he «o desires. FOR SALE—Three burner Oil Stove, cheep. Roemer, 1521 Strickland Road. The Ladies’ Aid Society meets on the lit and 3rd Thursdays in each month.
CONTMUSJEVELBPEMENT No Cease to Great Progress in Eagle Rock Valley [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
CONTMUSJEVELBPEMENT No Cease to Great Progress in Eagle Rock Valley The supervisors ha' - *"- accepted the grading of the boulevard through Eagle Rock, the Edwards &amp; Wildey company have now let to Robert Law, the contract for grading out an additional ten feet all along the north side of the boulevard, from Central avenue to Sumner avenue. As soon as this grading work is completed, cement curbs and six foot cement sidewalks will be put in. The cement curb on the South side of Colorado boulevard, from Central avenue to Hill avenue is already in and the Edwards &amp; Wildey company are ready to go ahead with the grading of this portion of the boulevard, as soon as Mr. Goode of the Glendale-Eagle Rock Raiilway is ready to grade the thirty foot right of way. In addition to the work on Colorado boulevard, the Edwards &amp; Wildey company are improving College View and Grand View avenues by the petro-lithic paving process, and pushing forward the extension of H...
FREE DEMONSTRATION OP CHI-NAMEL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
FREE DEMONSTRATION OP CHI-NAMEL We have added to our paint stock a full line of chi-namel and about October Ist (next week's paper will give the date), we will give a demonstration of these goods. A lady will conduct this demonstration and all the ladies of the valley are cordially invited to be here at that time. Respectfully, Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. Watch for the notice in next week's issue of this paper. Otto Schroeder and wife celebrated their twenty-firth wedding anniversary on uesday evening at their home on Glenandale place. A number of their friends were present at the occasion. Garvanza’s popular, dependable, drug store embraces everything curative J. J. Parish, Ph. G., Manager; Miss C. E. Nichols, Ph. C., Assistant. Bring your prescriptions. A registered graduate always in charge. 6401 Pasadena avenue. Its a very good precaution to have your stove set up now. You will avoid the rush later. Phone us, East 477. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse.
Conflagration RED UO FUEL M DEIIOROBI lUZE $4,000 Fire Illuminates Western Sky Early Saturday Morning [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
Conflagration RED UO FUEL M DEIIOROBI lUZE $4,000 Fire Illuminates Western Sky Early Saturday Morning Towering pillars o i flame flared over the entire Eagle Rock Valley on last Saturday morning wihen the large barn of the Eagle Rock Feed and Fuel company, packed from floor to roof with some hundred tons of alftilfa and hay, was turned into a mass of ashes. The fire is supposed to have originated as the result of spontaneous combustion. The roof of the immense barn was of zinc and the heat, which was caused by the sun beating upon it, was terrific. It started at about two o’clock and in less than fifteen minutes the flames were beyond all control. Mr. Frank Keniston, whose residence is immediately adjoining the feed yard was the first to be awakened by the crackling noise. He alarmed the neighbors by a call for help, although he had abandoned all hope of saving his home from the greedy mass of fire. The first to respond to the shouts were Messrs. Crego, Chambers, Flacks and Walker, ...
MRS. JULIA STRICKLAND CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 September 1910
MRS. JULIA STRICKLAND CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY A very successful birthday party was given in honor of Mrs. Julia Strickland at the “Strickland Home’’ on the afternoon and evening of Thursday. The opening of the new play ground was celebrated at this occasion. This play ground is due to the kindness lof the Ladies’ A. B. Club and friends who are interested in the home. It covers a square of IS feet which includes a basketball court, may poles, handball court and running track. A commodious building, 14x28 feet in size, has been erected to serve as an entertainment room. The house was packed with visitors, there being about 200 present. Refreshments were served in the early part of the evening. Aunt Strickland received many deserving compliments fitting the occasion.