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Broducfort flf REMARKS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Broducfort flf REMARKS EBB 'hardly seem* necessary for the of the “ Sentinel ” to explain |||iHapp«araii re of aßUne Publication in the interest of the good peo- ■&gt;( Eagle Bock Valley and vicin||||Bwith whom the editor and his famHjHhave cast their lots. It is only ||SKal that this district should have ||||Hown organ, ita exclusive mouthfeß*' its weekly publication, enthusiastically devoted to the of the interests of this par- ■ Bar district which thAjditor of ||B “Sentinel” has hi* ||B of operation. |||Hhile we certainly this 'literary to EH fair wish to vj'H» it that, EfHntively s paper will to the inhabitof as the Eagle |||Bc of the healthiest |||H spots of the great ngcles. True to the this paper, the edi■r oNB' 1 Sentinel ’ ’ will honestly IHdeavorto make this little paper a |H)uab)e factor in the community. |Hll faithfully guard the interests of Bock and its adjoining terriand will always realize those exresponsibilities that deffHlve upon every newspaperman. Wo moa...
ONCE J^mBURBAN, MmVAYS A SUBURBAN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
ONCE J^mBURBAN, MmVAYS A SUBURBAN Many years writer was practicing the big sayscrapers in principal tonic was Jkho in the pretty suburb whereto he the perform anco professional work. Later climatic conditions had a removal to Sunny California, 1 made beautiful Oarvanza the headquarters of my family with .Whom 1 spent the pleasant evenings and the restful Sundays after my escape from ■ business in the Mason block, for the last four years, while living in San Diego County and following the vocation of my great brother, Blackstone, in the center of the grdwing border town 1 resided in the idyllic little suburb of La Mesa, 12 miles fro mthe court house, among orange and lemon trees and fragrant dowers. And returning to the Metropolis of Southern California, I naturally again “hit the trail” to the ;uoi liheanteVn outskirts, of a Greater Los Angeles, with the little distinction, however, that this time 1 found it more profitable to transgress the city limits and to advance as far as the ...
STOCKHOLDERS’ ANNUAL MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
STOCKHOLDERS’ ANNUAL MEETING At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Eagle Bock bank, fourfifths of the stock was represented, and those present were very much pleased at the suceeas of the bank during the past year; as the resources have nearly doubled, deposits are three times as much, loans are doubled, cash on hand and in other banks nearly doubled, while expense items are less. Therefore the stockholders were very much gratified and showed their'appreciation |by reelecting the board of directors, and the board reelected the old officers. As the bank has done so well notwithstanding its present location, all are wondering what it will be when it moves to th'e corner of Colorado and Central, the business center, that is growing so rapidly.
TO BE GREAT RESORT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
TO BE GREAT RESORT The Huntington railway .interests are to create in Eagle Bock canyon and vicinity one of the greatest picnic resorts In Southern California. It is even rumored that the famous Casa Verdugo Spanish restaurant is to be moved to the new location. It is said also that a hotel will be built J£) igh prices have been paid for pieces of real estate which could not be of any use except that they controlled the entrance to the canyon. Surveyors are constantly at work in the neighborhood. Both lines of railway have been surveyed to the canyon, and it is said will also reach the Annandale golf links. It is said the route to Pasadena will bo north of the rock through a tunnel and crossing the Arroyo near ’the Linda Vista bridge.
REGISTER AT ONCE! [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
REGISTER AT ONCE! - Unless your name haa been placed upon the new great register opened January 1, 1910, you are not a qualified elector. Only those who register this year are qualified to vote at the primary and general election, or to sign nominating petitions for candidates. The registration rule also applies to our local school election to be held on the first day of April at the Annandale school house, for the purpose of electing trustees for the Annandale sehool district. If you are interested in this election, you must register without delay, unless you have already done so.
..EDITORIAL.. A Threatening Monopoly [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
..EDITORIAL.. A Threatening Monopoly On the Mine day when the writer left La Meaa, where he had published a local weeuly newspaper, he received from the Zellerbaeh Paper Company, the wel.'-known Los Angeles paper house, with which be bad pleasant business relations, a request to publicly express his opinion about Uncle Sam’s practice of printing and selling envelopes and thereby interfering with the interests and rights of the individual printing shop. Having just sold the La Mesa publication, I was compelled to delay the Zellerbaeh matter until today, the re-commencement of our literary activity in new surroundings. We wish to assure our friend, Mr, Baruch of the big paper house, that we fully appreciate his efforts in the interest of the printing trade ably pointing out to us, as he did, the flagrant wrorg experienced by the American printers at the bands of the Government. We hereby most emphatically protest against Uncle Sam’s untimely competition in the printing business, which...
General News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
General News Another annexation election ia in sight, j’airdstpwn, Hermon and other northeast of Los assistance from the an effort to be annexed hoping to get before begins, April Prof. head of the department and sociology tlie Califorto economics for the regular Hummer June 30 to August offer courses of economics and labor in addition will pursue in Pacific Coast History, in...which de partment the university professor U recognized as an eminent authority. • • • One step nearer the commencement of building good roads in large stretches has been taken by the Board of Supervisors by their letting a contract to the Riverside Portland Cement company to furnish 67,200 tons of crushed roca. The price is 70 cents a ton. The agreement is that within fifteen days • the company will begin to turnish 500 tons a day until June 1 and that thereafter the rock will be furnished ns desired up to 7t)o tons daily. involved, this fight on the part of the 1 rioters should be endorsed by every business...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Itettig and Baldwin We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock and vicinity and • we therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Rock East 983 Home 39396 Ohio Market Fresh and Cured Meats, Fish Oysters and Poultry "The Best of Everything” Phone orders a specialty SMITH ft CALLANDER 603 York Blvd. East 2070 E. E. Quinn, Prop. Eagle Rock Meat Market • Choice Meats, Fish, Poultry, Etc. Sour Krout and Oysters Daily trips made through Eagle Rock Your patronage solicited Reasonable Prices ;Colorado and Central Aves. Eagle Bock Notice to Planters! Special sale of Nursery Stock I have on hand 300 fine palms, from 2Mi to 3Mi feet in height; 3 varieties. Also Blue Gums, Loquats, Orange and Lemon Trees. The prices on all plants will suit you, being very reasonable. Highland Park Nursery Joseph Weaver, Proprietor 5811 Pasadena Ave. 5943 Echo St. GROCERIES m mt mt Am&gt; MeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated lor style, perfect fit, simplicity and reliability ne...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Ladiesand Gents' garments pressed repaired and alters] Eagle Tailoring A Dye l 6820 PasMena Avenue i Suits made to order. Highest and Lowest Prices MISS A. N. SW Dry Goods, Notions, School Slj and Toilet Articles Symphony Hall Bldg Eagld Colorado and Castle Avenn^ Will M. Mam PLUMBING AND GAB Gas Light Supplies, Gas Plates, ers and Ranges Jobbing Promptly Attended Estimates Given 6719 Pasadena Ave. JAMES DUNG —Contractor For — Plain and Ornamental PI Estimates cheerfully give 324 W A. 56 Phone ' nd, Mgr, Ka C We Bicycles 6037 Pasai E. HenJ Freeh Mill Deliver* Located West of Ei Sycamore Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware. Fuel, Bt Satisfactory Goods Low Prid Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Sunset Glendale 1613 Home] Glendale Steam Laun Patronise Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock a week Best Work E. H. Howard, ICE CREAI In Any Quantity Candies, Fruits, Confectionery, Drinks, Cigars, Tobacca, etc., e| William Bryson, Confectioj 1-2 block west of end of Eagle Avenue ...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Local Events The street work on Central avenue is now completed. Sycamore avenue has been graded and is now being oiled, Mr. P. Field has commenced tjhe erection of a neat little home in Oak Grove terrace. Miss Ruth Rogers entertained as her guest Miss Irene Anderson of Portland, Oregon, last week. Mr. Chas, Barthman has purchased a lot of Myers &amp; Kulli in Oak Grove teirace and will build a home immediately. The members of the Ramblers’ club of Highland Park are the guests of the Twentieth Century club today for luncheon in Eagle Rock canyon. F. S. Hanford, who has been installing most all of the plumbing in Eagle Bock and vicinity, will soon move to Colorado and Central avenues, in the heart of Eagle Rock, where ho will occupy one of the new stores in the Ritchey &amp; Grotthouse building, now under construction. If you can’t buy ornamental plants, trees or palms at the low prices which I have placed on my entire stock, you haven’t got much idea of improving you...
Great Improvements For Eagle Rock Valley [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Great Improvements For Eagle Rock Valley Good tidings were received by the members of the Eagle Rock Improvement League at the meeting held in Symphony Hall on Monday eveningr Col. Eddy of the Boulevard committee t sported that the Highway Commissioners are about ready to commence work on the new boulevard, the order for the advertising for bids having already been placed. Besides this important improvement there was encouraging news in reference to the gas situation, Mr. Luckenbach of the L. A. Gas and Electric Corporation reported that material for the gas main had been ordered and work will soon commence. In the next issue we shall further give particulars about die gas service.
Bollinger’s Grocery [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Bollinger’s Grocery ] 6 lbs. Sugar $l.OO 0 lbs, Rolled Oats 25 1 lb. Green Peas 10 3 lbs. Rice 25 4 lbs. Starch 25 3 lbs. Macaroni 25 1 lb. California Cheese 25 1 lb. Asparagus 20 1 Cauliflower 05 3 Cabbages 10 1 Bunch Celery 05 2 Spinach ' 05 2 pkgs. Cream of Wheat 25 Get our prices on Wood, Coal, Grain and Oil. Trips made through Eagle Rock every day. Eagle Rock Ave. East 030
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
A A A A This Space has been Reserved For &amp; lEftumrfta $c WtUteg (Enmpang EAGLE ROCK PROPERTY * It Pay* to See Us" 232 Laughlin Building. 3rd and Broadway, Los Angeles Branch in Eagle Rock Bank Bldg, and at Central and Colorado Aves. I Convenient Trading and Quick Service. A larger assortment than you think. I Garvanza Department Store A. Rosenblatt, Proprietor 109 South Avenue 64, Garvanza Phone Eafl 1844 Spring Underwear Just Received POSITIVELY— The choicest kind of merchandise for this spring and summer, all sizes, for infants boys and girls. Men’s Underwear. We handle such popular brands ns Porosknit and B. V. D., also union suits for men and women. ' LADIES’ KNIT VESTS 10c Each, 3 for 25c A fine ribbed cotton vest, sleeveless, low neck, sizes 4, 5 and 6. A good 15c kind. All next week at 3 f0r....26c CHILDREN’S BLOOMERS 50c Pair Fine grade black satteen bloomers, buttoned on the sides. All sizes' 6 to 14 at 50c , CHILDREN’S ROMPERS 29c Made from chambray and, gingha...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Do You Eat? If Not, Why Not? If so, try us. We carry a complete line of groceries-all fresh ftock—at price* that are right. Give us a trial. Qlljrllmt-Ulmt 848 Eagle Rock Ave. G. P. Pollard, Prop. East 400 Notice to the Public I have in stock three car loads of plumbing supplies, a full line of all fixtures, and can quote carload prices. Estimates furnished upon request. Jobbing given special attention. Water pipe furnished and laid for half the price of hose. Cesspools a specialty. F. S. Hannaford SANITARY PLUMBING Eagle Rock Ave. and Colorado Street East 844 Eagle Bock Valley
Great Progress Made at Occidental Par [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Great Progress Made at Occidental Par Occidental Park, the new aite of Occidental College, hat recently been put on the market by the W. A. Roberts Realty company, who are the exclusive agents for the property. The tract and college grounds are to be improved in conformity with each other. The main boulevard, Occidental avenue, 200 feet wide, will be finished similar to the Orand boulevard of Chicago, which is world-famous for its beauty. Contractor Mash has secured the •O' tract for the streetwork, and has already begun operations oh Occidental avenue, which will be rapidly pushed to completion. A. D. Salveter, the architect, has designed an artistic and attractive eleven-roomed, story and a half bungalow, costing $4500, to bo erected by him- for the Rev. J. R. Pratt on the -northwest corner ot College boulevard and Campus road in Occidental park, the new college settlement at the site of Occidental College. The exetrior of this bungalow will be of sesnwed redwood with shingle gabl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
FIRE INSURANCE * How About The Insurance? Look It Up and Let Me Know WM. R. MYERS 107 S. Ave. 64 Garvanza P. O. Building Home 39077 Eafts2t Home 39046 Hart 101 Patronize Your Home Tailor WORK CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED Suits made to order; perfect fit guaranteed; popular prices. Ladies’ and Gents’ Suits refitted and relined, in latest styles. Ladies’ and Gents’ garments cleaned, pressed and altered. Monthly Contracts. Gents’ suits pressed 50c. Ladies’ skirts pressed 50c. E. SILVERMAN, The TAILOR 104 NORTH AVENUE 64 .OARVANEA t WHY NOT BUY HERE? LOW RENT-LOW PRICES We can furnish your home complete for less than city prices and save you time and trouble Dakan Furniture Co. 5638 Pasadena Avenue, Phillips Bnilding HIGHLAND PARK Phone East 2751 AjAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA