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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of uhe Eagle Bock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery Wo repair anything and everything. Bicycles ami 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 Rock Sunset Glendale 1613 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock twice n week Best Work E. H. Howard, Mgr. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Home 39077 East 125 Sunset Glendale 2243 Home 944 Thompson Plumbing Co. \V. O. Thompson Repair Work a Specialty. Estimates Furnished. 808 4th street Glendale, Cal EAGLE ROCK VALLEY UR ON .BROADWAY TO \ RACY OFFICE BSpssKf AKU pU BROADWAY immrnam • DESIGNS) HALF ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 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. Come and see us and we will help you to enjoy life. Admission 10c, Children sc. Matinee Saturdays at p m Ml 'cats sc. .1. ELGIE RUSCH. Proprietor and Mgr Rc-idencc: Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Avenue Otto schroeder LAWYER &amp; NOTARY Home Phone, A 5995 Office: 201 Tajo Building Ist and Broadway “Delays R Dangerous” Black Diamond Coal 75c a sack. $13.50 a ton. —better order now, you'll need it soon Also wood, kindling and oil The Bon-Ton Grocery 848 Eagle Rock avenue East 400 J. L EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED R. F, D. No. 1, Box 261 Phone East 2305 EAGLE ROCK Who’s Guernsey? ’ \
In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
In Social Circles By Florence Elizabeth Hare I Mrs. W. W. Weir of Kenilworth avenue entertained at luncheon Monday in honor of Mrs. William Kooberle. who has just returned from San Jose. Other guests were: Mrs. Alfred Wholnies and Mrs. B. C. Pyler. The Ayuda Club, composed of young women of the V. W. C. A. will be guests of Mrs. Charles Young at Castle Crags this afternoon. These young women have found in Mrs. Young such an ideal hostess that at least once a year they steal away from the rush and noise of the city and spend a few hours with her. A large number of friends and members of the Women’s Twentieth Century Club were present at the first meeting of the season, Thursday afternoon, at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Congregational. After the open, ing address, ‘‘The Call of the Tweu tieth Century,” by the president, Mrs. William K. Cowan, Mrs. Bent, a deaconness from the Bethlehem Institute, gave an interesting talK, telling much about the work being done by the Institute for...
Glendale High Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
Glendale High Notes By Anna Kathryn Megilligan • * * It is rumored that Choppy Shropshire of the Sophs, who joined the navy the same time Milton Xewton did. is about to come home. • * • Milton Xewton, one of the Junto: class is back from the navy for two weeks. He declares that Glendale is best after all. During his stay here his old classmates are arranging for several functions to be given in his honor. it * * The Junior-Soph basket ball game was the hit of the season. It was the hardest interclass game fought. The score was tied at the end of the second half and three minutes more were given them to play in. In the last three minutes the Juniors made one basket, making the final score 12 to in, Sidney Parrot of the Juniors made several fine plays. • * * The other morning in assembly a grand discussion was held, the subject being whether or not a school paper should be issued. Several students from each of the classes spoke, and each had a long and convincing argument in favor of ...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
Local Events Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hollingworth are spending a week at Venice. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winters and children are at Catalina Island for ■ week's outing. Miss Amelia Fisher is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eddy in Los Angeles for a few days. Mrs. Louis Koeler, of Boulder, Colorado, is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. ,1. W. Walker. Mrs. F. W. Hogue has gone on a visit to Chicago and expects her fathei" and mother to return and spend the winter with her here. A merry party of children will assist Master Billy Cowan in celebrating his sixth birthday this afternoon at his home on Ridgeway avenue. Mr. and Mrs. K. 11. McPherson of Pomona and Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Getly of Los Angeles were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis' Rhodes and Mrs. E. E. Hamilton. Because Dr. Carle Phinney purchased an automobile recently, and is spending all his spare time dodging objects which persist in obstructing the highwav and byways.
ANNANDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
ANNANDALE By Golden Phillip Pollard H. S. Towner and wife have returned from a pleasant visit at Riverside. The five now bungalows now being built by Tdwards and Wildey are rapidly taking the forms of houses. Mrs. Hanson's mother of Raeine, Wisconsin, arrived Wednesday and will upend the winter at the home of her daughter on Annan Way. Mr. and Mrs. Pnlsom returned Wednesday from Idaho where they expected to stay but the climate of that place diil not appeal to them so they will reside here permanently. Mr. Scheuner and family, among the pioneer residents of Annandale, have moved to a ranch north of Glendale. Mr. Seheuner will devote his time to chicken Raising. Mrs. H. R. Maclay of Glenandale spent Sunday visiting her husband at Riverside. Mr. Maclay is superintending the subdivision of a large orange estate there. B. 1,. Martin of Pierce. Colorado, ar. rived Thursday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. 1,. E. Pollard. Mr. Martin expects to spend the winter months in sunny California ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
FOE RENT —Very modern 7-room house on Kenilworth avenue, formerly the Bailey residence. Large lot, sleeping porch, east front. $23 per month. Apply E. Becker, office at end of car line. East 2210. Residence Castle avenue, East 2595. FOE EENT— Modern flat. Sleeping porch, disappearing bed. bafli. $l2; Ernest Becker, agent. Office at end of car line. East 2216. Resilience, Castle avenue, East 2595. .•.DIRECTORY.*. HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvanza Hardware. W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237.; Home 39301 Beautiful Foothill Lots In — FL ORIS TA N HEIGHTS Many have fruit and shade trees, others have large live oaks. Within easy walking distanee of Oeeidental College, situated on high ground in Kagle Rock Valley. The best street improvements costing $25,000 are now being installed. Absolutely the best investment for you while the present low prices prevail. Large lots $375.00 and up E. BECKER—SOLE AGENT 301 Central Bldg: Both ’phones Branch at end of Eagle Rock carline W. D. Roth in charge...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
Bank No. 398. Incorporated Feb. 15, 1907, Report Of Condition Of the Eagle Kock Bank, at Eagle Hock at the .lose of business on the Ist dav of October, 101(1. R K SOURCES. Loans $59,765.10 Hank Premises, Furniture and Fixtures 1,522.90 Other Heal Estate owned... 3,748.10 Due from other than reserve banks 1,078.37 Due from reserve banks... 4,031.18 Cash on hand 2,205.80 Cheeks and other items.... 907.62 Bills payable, including cerExpcnscs and raxes paid... 746.99 Total $74,008.06 1.1 \BILITIES. ('■■ divided profits, less expenses and taxes 1,379.03 Individual deposits, subject to checks 37,627.03 tificates of deposit, representing money borrowed 9,000.00 Escrow 1,000.00 Total $74,006.06 STATE OF ( ALIFORNIA, ss. County of Los Angeles. Robert Henry Brown, president, Fred E. Biles, cashier, of the above-named Bank, being duly sworn, each for himself, says that th 4 foregoing 1 statement is true to the best of his knowledge and belief. ROBERT HENRV BROWN, President. FRED E. BILES, Cash...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
I Sunset Glendale 2071 Home 832 GLENDALE DYE WORKS CLEANING PRESSING Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. Residence Phone Sunset Glendale 721 &amp; DYEING 830 Brand Blvd., Glendale, California Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale CALLS ANSWERED DAT OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT BQ BBG3 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 a k a Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. P. Schumacher, Vice-Pros, Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier tEaglr 25ork lank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock 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. R E A I, E 5S T A T E You Furnish the Bargai...
MANY NEW HOMES FOHJ6LE ROCK Purchasers of Property Are Buying For Homesites [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
MANY NEW HOMES FOHJ6LE ROCK Purchasers of Property Are Buying For Homesites The Edwards &amp; Wildey Company reports renewed interest in this district, most of the new purchasers buying for homes. Among their sales are the following: For F. F. Hill to James Robinson, part of Lot "B” Oakmount Tract, being about one acre on top of the Oakmount hill. Consideration approximately $2OOO. George Diddock represented the purchaser. Mr. Robinson has already commenced the construction of a pretty bungalow upon the property. For James H. Cormack to Alice E. Woodham, Lot 40 Eagle Rock Central Tract on Rowland avenue, near Las Flores, price $6OO, purchased for investment. To E. A. Elliott, lot 29 Windermere Heights Tract, 50x140 on Windermere avenue, near Hill avenue, price $650. ,To Conrad Frey, lots 3 and 4 Occidental Annex Tract, 100x135 on College View avenue, near Colorado street, price $lOOO. Mr. Frey also purchased from Edwards &amp; Wildey Company, for a consideration of $...
SALES AGGREGATING $20,000 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
SALES AGGREGATING $20,000 E. Becker reports the following sales in Eagle Rock Valley: H. E. Ashley to iD. A. Carithers, lots 24 and 25 in the Valley Center Tract improved with a 9-room 2-story residence. Price $9500. Mrs. Carithers has moved into her new .residence and will make extensive improvements this coming winter. N. J. Thompson to F. S. Borst, lot 10 in rOakmont Tract, improved with a S-room modern residence for $2500. iW. Brumfield to M. Gill, lot 15 in Saginaw Heights Tract, improved with a modern 4-room residence for $2BOO. J. T. Bailey to T. H. White, three lots on Kenilworth avenue 50x184 for $3OOO. 5. Rothberg to J. McConnell, lot 56 in Townsite Tract improved with a 3-room modern cottage for $1275. .M. J. Wallace to S. Taylor, a lot on Eddy Avenue and Los Flores Drive; also a lot on Ellen wood Drive near Colorado Boulevard. Price for both $2500. iH. C. D. Brundige to E. Clark, lot 27, Valley Center Tract, for $2OOO.
NEW FLAG FOR SCHOOLHOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
NEW FLAG FOR SCHOOLHOUSE A new flag for the Eagle Rock •chool will soon take the place of the old tattered one which is hardly a credit to our Valley. The fund is being raised by subscription among the members of the Parent-Teachers* Association. They are also being encouraged by a few other citizens who are showing their patriotism by helping to swell the funds. The unsolicited donations are greatly appreciated.
CHILD’S STUDY CIRCLE MEETS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
CHILD’S STUDY CIRCLE MEETS The Annandale iParent-Teachers Association met at the school house on Tuesday afternoon with a much larger and more enthusiastic attendance than usual. Instead of a speaker there was a question 'box in which all those present participated. The friendly and helpful discussion of the various problems did much toward making the members better acquainted. The membership section of which Mrs. F. (». Tcachout is chairman had charge of the program and later served light refreshments. The larje pennant was sent to Miss Leay’s room for the month as they had the largest -epresentation among t'a' mothers.
Gavin W.CRAIG-For Judge [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Gavin W.CRAIG-For Judge The candidacy of Gavin W. Craig for judge of the Superior Court is attracting general attention. No other asipirant for that office can point to higher quelifications for so high a position than can Mr. Craig. A specialist in the law of water rights and irrigation, he is intimately acquainted with those matters which are of such vital importance to Southern California. His success as a practising lawyer leaves no room for doubt as to his legal learning and ability. As an educator Mr. Craig has also made his mark in this vicinity, as in ail his years of practice, he has taught different branches of law in the U. S. C. Law School. As further evidence of Mr. Craig’s study on legal subjects, it might be mentioned that he is an author of a legal text book which has met with great favor. Mr. Craig’s nast two years’ experience as Court Commissioner, where he has had to pass on matters referred to him by the Superior Court, will also stand him in good stead if electe...
COUNTY SPENDIN6THOUSANDS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
COUNTY SPENDIN6THOUSANDS Thousands of dollars are being spent by the Supervisors for road improvements in this section at present time. Colorado street at several narrow places is being widened which is a considerable improvement. The deep, narrow cut in the Eastern portion of the valley is being made about 12 feet wider. This place was very undesirable to pass through on account of the danger at the sudden curve in the road.