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ANNANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 October 1910
ANNANDALE Miss Nellie Keyes has accepted a position with Smith’s grocery of Los Angeles, in the auditing department. Win. Schcuncr has traded his property (here for fa small ranch near Cresentia and will move there with his family shortly. Miss Florence Keyes, who is employed in the *iftice of the “Home Builders,” is off on a well deserved two weeks' vacation. Members of the Eagle Rock Sporting Club held a special meeting at the home, of the president, G. Phillip Pollard, on Wednesday evening to arrange for an outing for Saturday and Sunday. They decided to go on a fishing trip to Anaheim Landing.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 October 1910
I (/■ I. * •)A -4^t *• -v&gt;\ wte* For BEST Results Use Ladies’ Home Journal Patterns. Dry Goods, not-, ions and Furninhings. The best goods at lowest prices. SPECIAL—Coats’ Thread, 4 l-2c per spool, this week. k. L. HENDRICKS 1112 West Fourth St. Glendale, Cal. Wright &amp; Ditsor Championship 1910 Tennis Balls 2 for 90c Phone East 2694 Delivery Service See samples of Kohler’s Photos and get Reduction ticket Free A DRUG STORE, and- yet not simply a medidne store. A handy place to get medicine when you arc sick, and that is our excuse for existing. Besides it is a convenient place to stop for a cigar, a glass of cold soda, delicious rout hecr, or an ice cream, a box of candy, a bottle of perfume or a magazine. You can also buy a sponge, comb, or brush, a baseball, bat, mask, or catcher's mit. If we don't have what you want,- we get it, and the price will be right. EAGLE ROCK DRUG CO. VV. E. BRUCE. Prop. Agency for Spaulding’s Athletic Goods. Prescriptions Accurately...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 October 1910
.-.DIRECTORY.-. HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvanza Hardware, W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237.; Home 39301 s HBaninat Glendale Seed Store &amp; Nursery FULL LINE OF STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES. If desired, trees planted J»nd cared for at moderate cost. For Sj&gt;le —500 Phoenix palms, 8 to 5 ft. high, 50c to also 500 orange trees. Trees for parkways a Specialty. FREE DELIVERY. 352 W. 4tli St. Glendale, Cal.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 October 1910
I Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 832 | .'.GLENDALE DYE WORKS.', il DYEING o CLEANING PRESSING &amp; | \ Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. • J Residence Phone 830 Brand Blvd., I 1 Sunset Glendale 721 Glendale, California Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 934 Pulliam Undertaking Co. r ■ C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. I Funeral Directors and Embalmers I Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale fl CALLS ANSWERED DAT OB NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT &gt;.■ b b b b B'B s BOB'B bb b b□b bbb b □ b b b □ b a b b b b b b m 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 s East 1148 nBBBBBBBB'BB •Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. P. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier lEagl? Sork lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property Wo are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock Valley and vicinity*, and greatly ...
AGAINST PROPOSED CITY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
AGAINST PROPOSED CITY Annandale Voters Do All In Power to Have That District Ommitted Erom New City Of Eagle Roch Tuesday evening some hundred property owners representing almost the entire number of voters of Annandale Valley assembled at the store room of Phelps-Shannon Co. on Eagle Bock avenue. Will 8. Dinsmore posed as chairman, while the role of secretary was ably performed by W. L. Van Sittert. There was peace and harmony throughout the entire session and every man put his shoulder to the wheel and boosted for that great cause which he deemed to be for the best interests of the entire vicinity. But a few arguments were offered and the entire attendance had soon decided that the advantages of becoming a part of the proposed city of Eagle Bock were not sufficient to justify the increase in taxes that would result in such an event. Every effort of those present was combined to prevent this place from becoming a part of the territory to be incorporated. &gt; They hold that...
SCHOOL TRUSTEES DISPLAY ACTIVITY Pavilions, Drinking Fountain and Other Improvements Added [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
SCHOOL TRUSTEES DISPLAY ACTIVITY Pavilions, Drinking Fountain and Other Improvements Added The board of trustees of the Eagle Rock school are a very active set and their energetic work is being evidenced. Among the improvements recently made may be mentioned the following; A fence has been built surrounding the entire place, a thorough ventilation system has been installed, a drinking fountain placed in the yard, and two pavilions with cement floors have been built. Roller towels will bo provided by the Parent-Teachers’ Association and the purchase of a flag has also been decided upon. The board of trustees is composed of Dr. J. 8. Pitman, president; Harry Winters and John T. Bailey. The total enrollment is given as 68.
ROY SCOUTS HOLO FIELD DAY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
ROY SCOUTS HOLO FIELD DAY Eight patrols of the American boy scouts had a field day on the hills of Eagle Rock Saturday. They built tents, cooked their dinners, built min iature forest tires and extinguished them and played at various other games. Commander C. de Vidal-Hundt personally supervised this, the first of the series of Saturday outings. They put in their appearance as early as six in the morning and did not leave until that hour of the evening. Similar visits from other squads will be witnessed, here about every other Saturday.
NEW SHOE SHOP FOR TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
NEW SHOE SHOP FOR TOWN A. A. Durglund of Los Angeles, has purchased the Cevillo place through the agency of E. Becker, and will move hero with his family. Mr. Durglund will establish a shoe repair shop hero at an early date and he being an expert in that line of work, he can hxpect a good patronage from the many people of the valley.
MEETING OF DEBS PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
MEETING OF DEBS PARTY The Socialists of Annandale Valley will hold a meeting at the home of C. E. Ncwhan on next Monday evening. If promises are kept it will bo of intense interest to all who participate. The leaders are of the theory that their candidate for Governor, Wilson, has a chance to make a big showing at the coming election.
FLORISTAN HEIGHTS WORKJS RUSHED $24,000 Will Make This Front a Show Place [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
FLORISTAN HEIGHTS WORKJS RUSHED $24,000 Will Make This Front a Show Place Eobert Law, the efficient grading contractor has a large force of men at work on the great improvements now under way in the Floristan Heights tract. “There will be $24,000 spent in making the Floristan tract one of the most popular and modern tracts in the entire valley,*’ said Mrs. E. Becker, sole agent, who put the property on the market a few months ago. “All lots facing the boulevard and also those facing Townsend avenue have been disposed of and it will not be long before they are improved with modern homes,” she continued. “We have put high restrictions on the property and each home built will bo as much of a beauty as those which have already been erected,” added she. The property is ideally located and when the splendid improvements now under way are completed this property will be the pride of the valley.
PRESENT TERR SUCCESSFUL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
PRESENT TERR SUCCESSFUL The present year is proving to be one of the most successful in the Annadale school district. The parents from all sides arc expressing their great satisfaction with the teachers and trustees t in their effort to offer pupils in this district school training that could not bo excelled. J. W. Marbut, the supervising principal, naturally deserves a great deal of credit for the great satisfaction that is being evidenced. The teachers under his supervision are excellent and every moment is taken advan*r. fe &gt; v . of. The professor is given one-half day each week to visit each of the three schools which lie in this district. By his able work the pupils are given greater opportunities than even the large city schools. There are now 276 pupils attending the schools in this district, which is almost double the number in attendance last year. Good time to got your lown seed also your garden seed. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse, East 477.
RELIGIOUS LETTER OF THREAT Editor “^pntincl,” Eagle Rock, Calif. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
RELIGIOUS LETTER OF THREAT Editor “^pntincl,” Eagle Rock, Calif. Some shallow minded individual is again sending out letters like the following, which was handed to me by a member of the Methodist church of which I am pastor: An Ancient Prayer “Oh, Lord Jesus, I implore Thee to bless all mankind. Keep us from evil by Thy holy blood, and take us to dwell with Thee in eternity. “This prayer was sent to me. 1 send it to you. Copy it and see what happens. It said in Jerusalem that he who will not copy this prayer will meet with some misfortune, but ho who will copy it for nine days, beginning the day he receh es it, and send a copy each day to a friend, will on the ninth day have some great joy tnd bo delivered from all calamities. “Make a wish while writing this prayer and do not break the chain. “It must not be signed.” Let no one be afraid to consign such trash to the waste basket. If ‘it is said in Jerusalem’ that such and such a thing will happen if one refuses to copy his so-calle...
LEAGUE HOLDS ITS MONTHLY MEETING Committee on Incorporation Has No Report to M*ke [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
LEAGUE HOLDS ITS MONTHLY MEETING Committee on Incorporation Has No Report to M*ke A session which was not at all unlively, was held by the Eagle Rock Improvement League Monday evening in Symphony Hall. There was little business of importance before the meeting and the incorporation plans were not discussed owing to the fact that the committee had no report to make. The matter of appointing an entertainment committee was discussed and it is likely that such a committee will be appointed at the next meeting. Also the question of a membership campaign received some discussion. There was a motion made to change the constitution in regard to the duos from $2 per annum to $l. This will bo an aid in getting a larger number of new members and a campaign will soon ensue. The question will be voted upon at the next meeting which will be held Monday, November 7th. On motion of H. C. Galloupe. a written vote of sympathy was extended the Los Angeles “Times.”
LITTLE CHARLES DRAPES DIES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
LITTLE CHARLES DRAPES DIES The happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mapes was taken from them when their only child, Charles, was called into the far unknown, on Saturday morning. The little fellow had been ill the greater part of his entire life, having been a victim of heart trouble. Recent to his fatal illness ho had an attack of one of the most dangerous diseases but luckily he recovered. His last sickness was diptheria of which he was a sufferer for a short time. He had been almost over the attack when suddenly Saturday morning at 4 o’clock his heart stopped beating and he breathed his last. He was born November 4, IOOJ. The interment took place at the Rosedale cemetery the same day at 4;.'f() o’clock, the Rev. Smith officiating. Near friends and relatives were the only ones in attendance. We wish to thank our many neighbors for ■ the kindness and sympathy extended us during our late bereavement in the loss of our son Charles. Also for the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Ch...
EAGLE ROCK PLAYS GLENDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
EAGLE ROCK PLAYS GLENDALE The ball team of the Eagle Rock school and that of the Rockdale school played a game at the diamond of the latter on last Saturday which resulted in a score of 19 to 9 in favor of t&amp;o former. Allen Ranson, who reported the game said, “We are going to play the Glendifle team on next Saturday (today) and if we win again you can put it in the paper, but if wo don’t succeed, don’t tell anybody through the paper.”
A SPEECH THAT WAS LOST [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 October 1910
A SPEECH THAT WAS LOST An Incident In the Recent Joint Meetings to Effect the Incorporation of Eagle RocK. wim Tall are the oaks of Eagle Rock And brave her hills’ array Bright are her sloping mesas, Shimmering in summer day. Proudly her homes rear upward. Gaily her pennants wave, Fair are her maids and mothers, Brave are her men to save. But now her oaks are drooping, Sad are the dun brown hills, Dusty and dry her mesas, Sorched by a hurt that stills. Those who would make a city Have met with stern rebuff For the West that yearns for progress From the East that cries “endugh.” Now Pitman, brave old Pitman, By the Nine Gods he swore That country ills of Eagle Rock Should be endured no more. By the Nine Gods he swore it, And called a conucil wise To meet at night by coal-oil light To ponder and devise. Fair Eagle-Dale, to Westward Sent her wise Henry Brown, Whose long experience with coin Weighted his talk for town. From Southward to the Council Came Cowan, riding far, Rushing down R...