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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 11 January 1911
Swan’s Dry Goods Store Dry Goods, Notions, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Suspenders, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Sweaters, Umbrellas, Dolls, Toys, Kimonas, Gingham Aprons, Nightgowns, Rompers, Ribbons and Laces, Etc. Colorado and Castle. Phone East 2857 Fleece-Lined &amp; Woolen Underwear For Men, Women and Children In Union Suits or Separate Pieces. Just the thing for the cold, chilly evenings. Solid comfort. Prices same as the city and higher quality. You are extended prompter and more courteous treatment. Why not try us? Black Cat Brand Hosiery Rosenblatts "Arrow" Collars Phone East 1844 109 S. Ave. 64 Comfort Scenery Safety Assured Via GVm $ o % Vi SUNSET OGDEN &amp; SHASTA ROUTES , * O 3ciO SOUTHERN PACIFIC Operating Through Daily Pullman and Tourist Sleepers East via Sunset, Ogden, El Paso and Shasta Routes. Ask Our Agent to Arrange Your Trip. For Particulars Consult SOUTHERN PACIFIC AGENT, 600 South Spring St. Los Angeles, Cal. —Or— F. C. Lathrop, Commercial Agent 148 ...
OGGIDDmiI PUNS Nimi NEHtIV COMPLETED Hope to Have College Installed by Anniversary m 1912. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
OGGIDDmiI PUNS Nimi NEHtIV COMPLETED Hope to Have College Installed by Anniversary m 1912. Working plans for the first four of the stately academic buildings which are to comprise the magnificent new campus group of Occidental College in the Kagle Rock Valley are nearing completion in the offices of Myron Hunt, the architect. The scheme has now been full yworked out in so far as the earlier structures are concerned. The accepted designs call for a closer grouping of the buildings than was contemplated at first and the type of architecture has also been materially changed. The first buildings to adorn the" beautiful ninety-acre gift-campus will be the administration building, science hall and two dormitories. The administration building will stand at tlie head of the main campus avenue and will be set in a commanding position overlooking the rest of the quadrangle. The structure will be -S()x7() leet in -i/e and of considerable architectural pretention. The lite ot tile college will ...
ANNUAL MEETING OF CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY Forty-four Members Brave Storm to Attend Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
ANNUAL MEETING OF CONGREGATIONAL SOCIETY Forty-four Members Brave Storm to Attend Meeting. Forty-four members of the Congregational Church and Society braved the storm last Monday night to attend the annoal meeting which was held in the lecture room of the church, A bountiful supper had been prepared by the ladies of the church, and promptly at seven o’clock the gtie&gt;ts were seated at the long tables, which had been prettily decorated for the occasion. A blazing lire in the big stone lire place made it warm and cheerful. At the conclusion of the supper the meeting was called, with Mr. John T. Hailey presiding in the absence of the president. Mr. W. J. Cook. Miss Valeria Chisolm acted as secretary. Reports were heard from various committees, especially interesting being the financial re|lpirt 'from the building committee by Mr. Howard C. Galloupe, who brought the welcome news that the church as it now stands is entirely free fro mdebt. The building committee Ivas, since, t...
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB HOLDS MEETING Next Meeting to be Held on Thursday, January Twenty-sixth. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB HOLDS MEETING Next Meeting to be Held on Thursday, January Twenty-sixth. Tlie regular meeting of the Women's Twentieth Century Club was held last Thursday in the lecture room of the Congregational Church, with Mrs. G. E. Candee, second vicepresident, in the chair. The p(rogram for the meeting consisted ol vocal selections by Miss Erna Herzog and a debate, .“Shall the NVtions be Disarmed and International Peace be Declared?" with Mrs. W. K. Cowtin and Mrs. A. W. Harrison on the affirmative and Mrs. Charles Young on the negative. The next meeting of the club will be held on Thursday, January 26th, when a musicale under the direition of Madame Elsa Von Groffe Menasco will be given.
AVENUE PARKINGS PLANTED TO TREES Stately Magnolias to Cast Graceful Shades on Eagle Rock Ave. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
AVENUE PARKINGS PLANTED TO TREES Stately Magnolias to Cast Graceful Shades on Eagle Rock Ave. Stately and beautiful magnolia trees will soon cast their graceful shades upon Eagle Rock avenue. -Vnd thus is demonstrated the first real accomplishment of the Eagle Rock Avenue Improvement Association, which was just recently organized. These trees, which were purchased from M. G. Hridgeford, whose nursery is located here, are now being planted twenty feet apart the entire length of Eagle Rock avenue on both sides, commencing at the city limits. The expense of planting the necessary 701) trees at 75 cents each is being paid by ’indtivtidual property owners. As yet the trees are quite small, but their rare beauty attracts very much attention. Spalding’s Athletic Goods at the Eagle Rock Drug Store.
LOCAL DRUGGIST IS A REAL LIVE BOOSTER Bruce’s Store Would Be a Credit to a Large Metropolis [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
LOCAL DRUGGIST IS A REAL LIVE BOOSTER Bruce’s Store Would Be a Credit to a Large Metropolis Wallace E. Bruce, proprietor of the Eagle Rock Drug Store, may well be credited as being the foremost among the local business men. Modern in all his business methods is Mr. Bruce. In every detail his store is like those of the large concerns in Los Angeles. He is giving the people of this section the advantages of a store that would he a credit to a large metropolis. The store is always kept in a clean and attractive condition. The windows are handsomely decorated with a varied display changed almost every day. Catchy signs hang here and there. With the interest of Eagle Rock at heart, he is constantly studying out some plan that will boost the entire valley—not only his individual business.. Mr. Bruce’s wide knowledge in this line of business and his broad and liberal terms will result in a steady increase in business Which will be consequent to the great activity now evidenced in this sect...
HARD TIME DANCE ON FRIDAY EVENING High-Class Entertainment Also to Be Feature of Event. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
HARD TIME DANCE ON FRIDAY EVENING High-Class Entertainment Also to Be Feature of Event. Unless all present indications fail, the Hard Time Dance and Entertainment to be given by the Friday Evening Club of Eagle Rock at Symphony Hall Friday evening will be one of the most enjoyable social events of the season, Fernidand von Grofe, who is chairman of the organization, has been making arrangements for the entertainment and music for the evening that will eclipse any previous event ever held in the valley. A high class orchestra, consisting of several instruments, including, among others, piano, violin and drums, has been employed for the evening. Among the notable performers may be mentioned Ten. Bacon, who is well known to all. “Teddy,” who is master of the violin, is just a genius, having been formerly a member of the Or phe tint eircut. His repertoire varies from the most lively rag-time to the highest degree of opera and classical music. Then there’s Adolph Wiedoeft, member of the ...
PUB FOR BRIDGE AGAIN RECEIVEJTTENTION County Highway Commission Fixes $lB,OOO as Contribution to Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
PUB FOR BRIDGE AGAIN RECEIVEJTTENTION County Highway Commission Fixes $lB,OOO as Contribution to Fund. The County Highway Commission has already fixed $lB,OOO as the sum it will contribute to the fund for building the proposed bridge to span the Arroyo Scco on Colorado street between Ragle Rock and Pasadena. Residents of this vicinity have expressed a willingness to privately raise S2S,(MX) as their share of the fund. Yith $50,000 made up by the Supervisors, Pasadena will bond itself for the balance. The plans for the bridge have been held up because of flic fact that the bridge fund lias long since been expended, but it is assured that the next budget will contain an appropriation for the Arroya bridge. The bridge, plans of which appeared exclusively in the “Sentinel,” will cost SISO,(XX). The Hoard of Trade of Pasadena, whic his promoting the scheme, has adopted the plans submitted by William &amp; Nishgian, architects of Pasadena. It is to span the Arroyo almost level wit...
AFTERNOON OF LOCAL COMPOSERS JANUARY 26 Program to be in Charge of Mrs. Elsa Van Grofe-Menasco [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
AFTERNOON OF LOCAL COMPOSERS JANUARY 26 Program to be in Charge of Mrs. Elsa Van Grofe-Menasco XUul'hursday afternoon, January 26, the Twentieth Century Club will have an afternoon of local composers in charge of Mine. Rlsa von Grofe Menasco. Mrs. Carrie Stone Freeman, who is well known in California as the com poser of “Slumber Chanteys" and other gems, is also a fine singer, and will delight the club with a rendition of some of her own compositions as well as some of Laura Zerby's; one of the songs will be played with a 'cello obligato. Mr. Julius Bierlich, a well known violinist, will be kind enough to play compositions of C. R. Remberton and Frank Patterson. Mrs. Percy Schumacher has graci ously consented to assist Mr. J. Rierlich as pianist. Mr. Ferdinand von Grofe will interpret an Rgyptian dance of Rudolf Friml and act as accompanist to Mrs. Ctrrie Stone-Freeman and Mine. Me nasco; the latter will play “Longing” of Frederick Stevenson.
Waiting for State Funds [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
Waiting for State Funds Several counties that have contemplated improvements of highways are postponing the work until the state announces what it proposes to do with the $18,000,000 of road improvement taxes. The Orange county supervisors had contemplated spending $l,400,000 on county roads, but decided to make alterations in plans and wait for the state report. Santa Barbara is also delaying some of its work, and Riverside county, where they claim the finest roads in the west, is averse to spending any more money of its own until it knows whether it will get any of the above -named funds. Ventura county has a brand new board of supervisors, with A. Camatill, a rich rancher as chairman, and they also indicate a hope that they will see a few dollars flowing their way. Settle the thing now—on schedule. Don’t carry it as a handicap when you tackle the next task.
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES A traveler writes that o good dinner can be obtained in Lisbon, Portugal, for 6 cents. Rut who wants to be a Portugoose?—Claremont Courier. That Anhauser-Busch ad—Mr. Burbank's Review—is it a "filler" or just a trade ad? Seven hundred and fifty copies of the "Sentinel" were printed and distributed last week and still a demand for more. The editor's great effort to make the "Sentinel" "the best printed newspaper in the county" (with which it is credited) caused several radical errors to be made in last week’s paper. A large volume of rehashed grapevine literature, a bunch of paid writeup, together with some handsome illustrations with nice borders, make up a so-called "Annual Mid-winter Edition" for which the people of California pay out thousands of dollars. The exaggerating stories which lure the over-enthusiastic home-seekers to the coast do more harm than good. Mary had a little skirt Tied tightly in a bow, And every place where Mary went She simply couldn’t go. —...
LOOKING BACKWARD Items Taken from the Garvanza Gazette A Quarter Century Ago [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 18 January 1911
LOOKING BACKWARD Items Taken from the Garvanza Gazette A Quarter Century Ago It was stated at the Prohibition meeting last Friday that one or more saloons would be soon started in Garvanza. A vote was taken as to the sense of the people, and W. F. McClure was appointed a Committee to draft resolutions of indignity and have them published. The people recognize the fact that incorporation is the only effectual sure way to keep out saloons. A committee was appointed to draw up a petition asking for incorporation, the territory to be embraced being the whole of what is now Highland Park School District. It is an extraordinary perversion o! integrity to presume that the owner of fifty-one per cent, of the capital stock of a corporation is free to play the business into his own hands without reference to the other stockholder. "Every man lor himself and the devil take the hindmost" will not be tolerated henceforth. "Every stockholder for the good of the corporation" will be the maxim of h...