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Mutt Win the Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Mutt Win the Fight. There is no division of sentiment In California on one thing, viz.; The place of holding the 1915 Exposition in celebration of opening the Panama Canal. From San Diego to Siskiyou the cry is San Francisco. San Francisco’s only opponent is New Orleans. But New Orleans is no weak sister. She has the Mississippi Valley States pulling for her, and the Pacific Coast States must put up a strong fight to win. With San Francisco’s offer of financial assistance properly placed before the Legislature in extra session, a proposition to bond the State for $5,000,000 will go to and will be endorsed by the people in November, The fight up to this point so gallantly made for this exposition must not be lost—Napa Register.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Prompt Delivery Courteous Treatment J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Fancy and Staple Groceries Don’t Forget Our Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone Orders to East 1148. Fer-Don Bldg. .Colorado Street. The Los Angeles Examiner The One Live Wire Among the Newspapers of the Great Southwest Alert. *. Accurate. * • Aggressive. *. Delivered to your address every day, 7Sc a month. Our local agent, C. W. Hughes, will be pleased to take your order. Phone Sunset i Glendale 3053. California’s Great Newspaper tEbe Xos Hngeles Himes Sand for sample copy of the biggest newspaper In the world. Largest circulation in the Southwest . Net result: Largest amount of reading macter I The biggest paper / Largest volume of display advertising \ The best paper Largest volume of classified advertising I The best value Highest character of readers I The best ever. California’s great newspaper— THE LOS ANGELES TIMES Coal! Coal! Coal! Coal! Prices Quoted are for this month only. Better get in line with your or...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Underwear Romper* Overalls Ginghams Muslins Flannels A. N. SWAN Dry Goods and Notions Strong and Durable Children’s Hose “Isis” Hosiery a Specialty. Men’s Underwear. Ribbons Laces Embroideries Buttons Braids Trimmings Black Cat Brand Hosiery Jl 'Arrow' Collars FINE STATIONERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES Children’s Shoes, Ladies’ Patent Leather Belts, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Blankets, Comforters, Cotton Batts, Rubber Boots and Shoes, Umbrellas, Toys Dolls and Games. We keep every thing you expect in a first class dry goods store. ROSENBLATTS, GARVANZA DEP’T STORE. t Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end of the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For You East and Back VIA THE Southern Pacific A FEW MORE DATES DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUEBLO Fare 155.00 Sales Dates, September 21, 22, 23. Return limits, October 31st. OMAHA, TOPEKA, KANSAS CITY Fare $60.00 Sale Dates, October 7 and 8. Return limit, October 31st. SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS...
mRED MOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
m RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance ▼; Copyright. I 808, by DoM a Mend 6&gt; Co. WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE “Why don’t you get your ammunition In the open, then?” asked the prosecutor. “Why didn’t you?” snapped Thorne. “You’ll find my ammunition in the open, Thorne,” replied Murgatroyd, “the next time the legislature meets to choose a senator!” Thorne’s Insolence returned. “Do yon mean to tell me that yonr name will be presented?” “Precisely.” “Of course you’ll try to buy votes with the Challoner money yon nave.” “I’ll get the votes, never fear.” ‘l’ll match you dollar for dollar.” “Not with dollars coined from OraUebaugh’s nor from corruptions,” declared Murgatroyd. Thorne’s eyes narrowed. “Murgatroyd,” said he, “you reckon without your host, no matter who owns Cradlebaugb’s. The organization has Its finger on every grand Jury, every petit Jury, every Judge. You must beat Peter Broderick and the organization, and until you do this you can’t beat me. You can’t prove your assertions....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
/.DIRECTORY/. HARDWARE—Piints and Oils. Girvansi Hardware, W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237.; Home 39301 GOOD SEAMSTRESS, good house, worker, good nurse to semi-invalid. Next door to Dietrich's Eagle Bock Nursery. POE BENT —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 ear line. East 2216. Residence Castle avenue, East 2593. Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Eagle Rock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 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. 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 Patronize Home Indus...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
“Delayi R Dangcrons” Black Diamond Cod 75c a nek. $13.50 a ton. —berter order now, you'll need it mod Also wood, kindling and oil The Bon-Ton Grocery 648 Eagle Rock avenue East 400 m REPUBLICAN TICKET Governor. . .HIRAM W. JOHNSON Lieut.Gov.. ALBERT J. WALLACE Supreme Court H. A. MELVIN Supreme Court M. C. BLOSB Sec’y. State...FRANK C. JORDAN Controller A. B. NYE Treasurer W. R. WILLIAMS Atty.-General U. S. WEBB Surv.-General.. W. S. KINGSBURY Cl'erk Sup. Court B. GRANT TAYLOR Supt. Pub. Inat, EDWARD HYATT Supt. State Print., W. W. SHANNON Appellate Judge, VICTOR E. SHAW Congress W. D. STEPHENS Equalisation... .JEFF McELVAINB R. R. Com’r J. M. ESHELMAN Superior Judge..GAVIN W. CRAIO Superior Judge PRANK O. FINLAYSON Superior Judge JOHN PERRY WOOD Sheriff. W. A. HAMMBL Dist. Atty.JOHN D. FREDERICKS County Clerk H. J. LELANDB Auditor WALTER A. LEWIS Treasurer JOHN N. HUNT Assessor E. W. HOPKINS Tax Collector W. O. WELCH Recorder CHAS. L. LOGAN Pub. Administrator . PRANK BRYSON Supt. S...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Society Notes The Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational church met Thursday afternoon in the lecture room of the church. • • • Members of the Advance Thought Class met with Mrs. Fred Williams at her home 'on Castle avenue Friday afternon. • • • Some of the young people of the valley are planning for a masquerade .dancing party to be given at Symphony Hall on Hallowe’en. Decorations and refreshments suggestive of Hallowe’en will prevail, and a jolly good time will be the order of the evening. • • • It is possible that a woman’s bible class will be organized in the Congregational church, to be held during the winter months on Friday afternoon. Mrs. John Lowe, a mission worker and evangelist who has been for many years connected with the Bible Institute of Los Angeles, will have charge of the class. • • • A very enjoyable affair of the week was the luncheon given by Mrs. O. A. V. Rungren at her home on Oak Grove avenue, Friday. Throughout the house, yellow •chrysanthemums and ferns...
Glendale High Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Glendale High Notes By Anna Kathryn MegUUgan Miss Pearl Goode has been electei captain of the girls’ basketball tea* and Lois Graham manager for the en suing year. • • « Miss Mae Omber, a new residen of the Valley, is now going to Glen dale High and has enrolled amoni the Sophomore Glass. .&gt; • m Misis Myrtle tvood, one of the Jun ior Class, was taken suddenly ill 01 Monday and on Wednesday as shi did not get better was taken to th« Glendale Sanatorium. • • • The Junior Party given for Milter Newton Friday evening was a big success. Everyone enjoyed thetnsJvos exceedingly. Mr. Newton left on Thursday for Frisco, from which place he is going on a three years' cruise on a U. S. battleship. • • • On Tuesday night after school the Sophomore girls played the Junior girls and won by a score of 11 to 6. it is not decided yet who will be on the regular team as a good number of d: t.dv plavers are trying out. They all seem to have their especial points. • d • A new "rand piano has ...
..Local Events.. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
..Local Events.. Miss Anna Swan spent the weekI end With relatives in Pomona. i Mrs. J. S. Pitman is to return from ■ her Eastern trip next week. Dr. George E. Cox is very much elated over having shot two full ; grown rabbits recently. Mr. Lee Chambers is building a house on Myrtle avenue, which he will occupy when completed. Miss Wells of Bakersfield, who has been visiting relatives in the Valley, has returned to her home. Mr. Embree has traded his property in the Eage Rock Acres for acreage in Riverside. Mrs. Col. W. J. Eddy was a visitor of her sister, Mrs. Fisher, of Eddy avenue on Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Young, Miss Olive Sebins and Amber Young are at Catalina Island for an outing of a lew days. Theo. Watterso'n and family retuurned from their outing in Tulare where they encountered a most enjoyable time. Geo. Diddock, who has become popular as an active realty broker and insurance hustler, has been appointed notary public. ' Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vaudre and Miss Josephine Vaudre...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
If yfeu want anything in the line of maths or favours, tee our line at the Hallowe’en poet cards, place cards. Glendale Book Store. Overalls, work shirts, sox, etc., at the Swan Dry Goods Store. Phone: Eatt 2857. Get your stove set up now. Ritchey ft Grotthouse, The Stove Men. Come and see the Dahlias at the Eagle Rock Dahlia Gardens 600 varieties including the finest in the world. Now is the time to order roots for Spring planting. Patronize a home industry. J. J. BROOMALL Pioneer Dahlia Grower of the Pacific Coast. Awarded first prizes at the Seattle and Pasadena Fairs. Gardens on Rosemond Ave. near Hill Drive, two blocks north of terminus of the Eagle Rock Valley car-line. Postoffice address, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 232 A, Los Angeles, Calif. Phone East 2363. Beautiful Foothill Lots In — FLORIST AN HEIGHTS Many have fruit and shade trees, others have large live oaks. Within easy walking distance of Occidental College, situated on high ground in Eagle Rock Valley. The best street impr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
FOR SALE—Good Iron Bed with springe and mattress. Nearly new. Apply R. Allen, Park Ave. and HiU Drive. FOR SENT—Modern flat. Sleeping porch, disappearing bed, bath. $l2; Ernest Becker, agent. Office at end of car line. East 2216. Residence, Castle avenue. East 2595. We have a nice selection of airtight heaters from $1.50 to $12.50. Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse. Phone East 477.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
We carry garden seed—also lawn seed. Ritchey ft Grotthouse. ..ANNAN DALE.. By Golden Phillip Pollard Mr. Norman Scott and family have left this community. Mrs. Maxson of Strickland (Road is entertaining a friend from the east. The “Home Builders” are constructing a pretty 6-room bungalow on Annan Way. G. M. Lei of Oklahoma, will next week move his family to his new Sroom home on Annan Way. Mr. and; Mrs. Camp of Mahautouga Way returned home Tuesday from a two months’ visit in the north. Frank Enokson of Inglewood has purchased a 5-room bungalow on Annan Way of Phelps-Shannon and will move his family here. The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Annandale Union Church met at the home of Mrs. T. E. Shannon on Mahautouga Wednesday afternoon. Fred Rabcock of Ralph’s Grocery, Los Angeles, is having a handsome bungalow constructed by a local building firm. Do you want a Oat Heater? Price $1.35 to $lO. Ritchey ft Orotthouae. Phone, Eaat 477. , Masks for Hallowe'en at Swan's Dry Goods Store. Phone: E...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
. GLENDALE DYE WORKS Sunset Glendale. 2071 Home 832 CLEANING PRESSING &amp; DYEING Prompt and Satisfactory Service Our Motto. Residence Phone 830 Brand Blvd., Sunset Glendale 721 ' . Glendale, California f; ■ C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. I Funeral Director* and Embalmers I Parlors, 919-021 West Fourth Street, Olendale I CALLS ANSWERED DAT OB MIGHT ZiADT ATTENDANT Sunsst Glendale 2011 Home 894 Pulliam Undertaking Co. A nice, clean Meat Market Where you can get the beet the market affords at the lowest that quality permits, right in your midst. I EAGLE ROCK MARKET | Central and Colorado East 1148 Hhiwimsmimininimnia Ki)diUki«iku&lt;teudKi&gt;&lt;iikmii«nuiawgigiii Robert Henry Brown, Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier Eaglr ffiurfe lank Capital, 826,000 Full Paid ' Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock Valley and vicinity, and greatly desire the acco...
MASK BALL WILL BE EVENT JFN.EABUBE Score of Girls Aid In Mailing Preparations [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
MASK BALL WILL BE EVENT JFN.EABUBE Score of Girls Aid In Mailing Preparations Practically all plans have been completed for the grand masquerade ball to be given at Symphony Hall on Monday evening. It is to be given by the young people, of Eagle Rock and all, whether "old” or young are most cordially invited. The tickets are now on sale at the “Sentinel” office and at Swan's dry goods store. The price of admission is $l.OO for gentlemen, ladies free, which includes a luncheon after the dance. A half-score of girls are busy decorating the hall in a tasty and striking manner, while an equal number are arranging for the lunch. The pumpkin pies, large and juicy, will be made right here by the local “bunch,” and dainty refreshments will also be home-made.
BOOSTERS HOLD 010 MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 29 October 1910
BOOSTERS HOLD 010 MEETING Members of the Eagle Rock Avenue Improvement Club held an interesting meeting at the Phelps-Shannon ofiice on Tuesday evening. There was a great deal of discussion over proposed improvements and various committees were appointed. The question of the removal of tin cans and other obnoxious ornaments was threshed out but no definite plan has been decided upon. The matter of city mail delivery w r as also given some discussion and a petition has been drawn up which will be brought before the proper authorities at an early date. According to present indications the accomplishments of the new organization will be wonderful. Within a short period the entire surroundings will be changed. Another meeting will be held at the same place on the evening of Wednesday, November 9th. All interested in the improvement of this section are asked to attend and offer suggestions.