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I Public Rostrum I [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
I Public Rostrum I - — - - • v w w V WW Department Feature Pageof the Eagle Poc k Sentinel 00000000000000000000000000 Letters to the public will be gladly printed under this heading but the ‘Sentinel” disclaims any responsibility for views expressed herein. Personalities and lengthy articles will be elliminated.—(Editor. Editor Sentinel—With your per mission I would like to reply to a re cent letter in the rostrum signed “A Gentleman.” Bobby Burns has said "A man's a man for a’ that,” but there appears to be several kinds of "A Gentleman;” there are some who style themselves gentlemen by reason of their ability to enjoy the luxuries of life without rendering unto society equitable service for what they receive. The author of the let ter is, I take it, of this class. He owns an automobile, at least 1 sup pose he does, for he speaks of “my chauffeur” and of course he owns tht auto also; according to his letter he had no part in the production of the auto if he had it would be preposte...
a Glassell Park Notes I [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
a Glassell Park Notes I 0 000000000000000000000000$ By Mrs. Theodore Watterson Mrs. George W. Lyons entertained friends at dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. Thieabaud was called away to Los Angeles Saturday by the dines? of her mother. A delightful musicale aws held al the residence of Mrs. John Patterson. Tuesday evening. Mrs . Warner Hoag, of Thornwald avenue, is entertaining her sis-ter-in-law, Mrs. Belle Parker of Elsi "ore. Mr. Robert L. Coates has purchas ed a beautiful home on Moss avenue. Mr. Coates has built many of the pretty bungalows that now adorn Glassell Park. The proprietors of ihe water system at Glassell Park have consented to allow the residents the privilege of deciding whether or not water meters will hereafter be used. A meeting of the committee appointed by the residents will be held this week to vote on the proposition. It has been rumored that before many moons Glassell Park will boast of a real live quartette. This news is not supposed to have leaked out, and it ...
LAND ft PRODUCTS SHOW EXCITES ENTHUSIASM Edwards and Wildey Co. Will Exhibit at Oreat Show [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
LAND ft PRODUCTS SHOW EXCITES ENTHUSIASM Edwards and Wildey Co. Will Exhibit at Oreat Show The project of the great Pacific Land and Products exposition to be held at Los Angeles from March 18 to April 2 is fairly launched. Plans for the proposed exposition have attracted attention over the entire nation and without any doubt it will be a far greater success than any similar show ever held. The backers of this undertaking are all prominent boosters of the Angel City. The large realty promoters of all over the country, the railroads, and many others, including even the United States government, will aid in making the features attractive. The Edwards and Wildey Company. who have done so much in the upbuilding of Eagle Rock arc to have an exhibition demonstrating the possibilities of the future of Eagle Rock.
| In Social Circles jj A000000C000lJ0000(XH>OOftnfV0* [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
| In Social Circles jj A000000C000lJ0000(XH&gt;OOftnfV0* QOWWWUOOOOOOOOCKKKKKKHX)* By Florence Elizabeth Hare Mis* M .u'} Swan is confined to her bed with a severe attack of la grippe. Dr. and Mrs. J’ost of Ridgeway avenue are entertaining a guest from I llinois. Two large new signs have been put up by T. S. Hannaford on Ins plumbing shop em Colorado street. Miss Elizabeth Hoffman of Los Angeles visited tor several days at the home of Mrs. Charles Young last J week. I he Sunday School of the Congegalional Church is looking forward to the Valentine parly promised them about Eeb. 14. Each child is to represent a valentine and a good time is assured. Mrs. Alfred VV. Hare will entertain the members of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Congregational ■Church at an all-day meeting lontnrrow (Thursday) at her home on Kidegway avenue. Mrs. Charles Young of "The Crags" had as her guests at the musical given by the Woman’s Twentieth Century Chib last Thursday Mrs. K. A. Peterson, Miss Ei...
| Glendale High Notes l [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
| Glendale High Notes l 0 OOOOOOOCKKKXXKXXJOOOOOOOOj Miss Anna Megilligan has been unable to attend school for the past week on account of illness. i The "Cerallus," the Burbank High | School paper, has again made its ap- ■ pearance anil is one of their best is1 sues. i Miss Trances Humphreys, a member of the Senior class, has left school and will take a course in the Young Woman’s Christian Association. Her many friends regret the fact. the Sophomore number of the "Sly Ins ' will soon go to press and is promised to he far more attractive than any previous issue. Some original cartoons and attarctive engravings are how being made. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hoag as host and hostess. Those who were present are: Mr. and Mrs. Warner A. Hoag, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ranson, the Misses Blanche Phillips, Margaret Roland, Zema Wilson, Ollie Wilson. and the Messrs. Dr. Renner, Chas. O'Neill, Eugene Watterson. Miss Maude Hazel Diddock was pleasantly surprised by a large number of friends at the home of ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
Daddy’s Bedtime Story—a "linuM You Arc tbi King" "• ONQ, long ago,” said daddy one evening, "there was a bridge and a I keeper who guarded the bridge. The king bad given tbla man, who was an old soldier, the right to charge every one a penny to go across the bridge. But the old soldier was a merry old soul, and he posted up at the entrance to the bridge a sign which said: " ‘Notice.—l do not need the money as much as I used to, so any one who wishes to cross the bridge without paying a penny may do so If be can ask me a question which I cannot answer.’ “The first man who came to cross the bridge read the sign and laughed until the bridgekeeper thought bis sides would split. 'Ha, ba, ha!’ said tbs man. That’s a good one. Why. I was Just wondering bow I should get across the bridge, because I have no money. Here goes for the question: How many calves’ tails would It take to reach from the earth to the sky?’ " *1 give It up,’ said the bridgekeeper after he bad thought awhile. "*1 thoug...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
California’* Great Newspspsr Hbe XOB Hngeles Himes Send for aample copy of the blageat newspaper In the world. Largest circulation In the Southwest . Net result; largest amount of reading matter I The biggest paper Largest volume of display advertising \ The best paper Largest volume of classified advertising / The best value Highest character of readers I The best ever. California’* great newspaper— THE LOS ANGELES TIMES An Invitation Is extended to all come and visit our store and inspect the complete line of fancy and staple groceries and fresh fruits and vegetables. Prompt service together with courteous treatment with a price assuring good quality is our aim. J.B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Phone East 1148 Calorado near Central. &gt;MWMIWHW«W KODAKS^ND b SUPPUES! Kodak Finishing and developing. Artistic picture framing. See our line of tennis rackets. The best of stationery. Agency for all periodicals. Come in and see our line. Ask the conductor for a free return ticke...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
Eagle Rock Barber Shop Now open at Central avenue and Colorado street. The best preparations kept for falling hair and dandruff. Also agent for Munger's Laundry. W. D. Sanford Proprietor CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR SALE FOR SALE—A few choice roasters, 7 to 8 pounds, at lowest market prices. G. E. Candee, Ellenwood Drive. ANCONA EGGS for sale, A few settings at $l,OO per IS. G. E. Candee, Ellenwood Drive, near Hill avenue. FOR SALE—Small cook stove, good as new. Price $2.50. Two-burner gasoline self-generator stove, $1.50. Miss Flacks, Park Ave. and Valley Drive. WANTED WANTED —To buy a blue flame distillate burner outfit, complete; must he cheap. Address P. O. Box 106, Glendale, stating price. SPECIAL NOTICES HARDWARE—Paints and Oils. Garvanza Hardware, W. L. Van Wig, Phones: East 237.; Home 39301
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 February 1911
Water Heaters: Reliable, $16.00; Garland, No. 7, $l4; Garland, No. 10 $16.00. Waterbacks $4.50 connected. DOUILLARD &amp; DOELLE STOVE REPAIRING. RELIABLE PLUMBING STEAM, GAS AND WATER FITTING 1807 North Main Street Phones: East 1370 Los Angeles, Cal. P 5089 Swanks 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 Phone East 1844 "Arrow" Collars 109 S. Ave. 64 &gt;2 Repeating Shotguns USED IN THE U. S. ARMY. The U. S. Army authorities know a gun; that is why, when they decided to...
SUPERVISORS WILL SET BOUNDARIES AT ONCE Election Will Probably Be Called on February 25th OCCIDENTAL IS NOT INCLUDED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
SUPERVISORS WILL SET BOUNDARIES AT ONCE Election Will Probably Be Called on February 25th OCCIDENTAL IS NOT INCLUDED The incorporation of Ragle Rock came up before the supervisors Tuesday and it i- likely that the election will be called for the 25th of this month. Protests against the incorporation as proposed came from Occidental College interests, and others. A letter fr .in President P.aer of Occidental was pre-ented, backing up the protest. The Occidental people did not wish the college to be taken into a municipality. Neither did they wish the Ragle Rock car line between Los Angeles and the college taken into the proposed town, and this i- just one object which the incorporators turned at. I . R. Garrett, representing the petitioners, said part of the proposed mnmctpality i- along Vcrdugo road and ;« served by this car line, and for that rea-on it is desired to take in as much of the car line as possible. The board and both contending parties adjourned to the county surveyor's...
DANCE IS HELD DESPITE THE HEAVY SHOWERS Gccd Attendance Is Hoped for Next Week’s Event [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
DANCE IS HELD DESPITE THE HEAVY SHOWERS Gccd Attendance Is Hoped for Next Week’s Event !)■ -j&gt;:1 1- the heavy showers of Friday nivrlit :mil the h:ul condition of ;he streets and crossings, the dance nv.der the auspices of the I’riday 1 •-\ i nine Club was held at Symphony' ll:d! and «a- a success every way hut ’ naneially. The crowd was one ot the jollicst ever leathered at any similar occasion in :'■&gt; valley. The mn-ie was rendered hv the popular von (Irofc’s orchcs-t-a and the writer could not do jnsi i n descriliiu.it the charming prodnet of the-e three most talented musicians. The eNpett'e of giving these dances in the elaborate way in which the offiM’s are determined to have them ion.biddy underestimated by the ptthThe ■inn totals lip to the excess of twenty-five dollars and the receipts hare never reached -ID per cent of t't I amount. Thu- far the burden has • t in the bast discouraged the backer- of the great movement who are nr in itiiur the general so...
HOPE OF GETTING MORE PROMPT MAIL SERVICE Increase in Eagle Rock's Growth Demands Better Facilities [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
HOPE OF GETTING MORE PROMPT MAIL SERVICE Increase in Eagle Rock's Growth Demands Better Facilities In-pectors of the post office department will soon look Eagle Rock over with the view of giving this section better mail facilities which is demanded hy the great growth of this place. A sub-station of the I.os Angeles post office was recommended by the iio-tmastcr a year ago but the Washington authorities decided if any office w.as established here it should be independant of the city. Postmaster Harrison is of the opinion that we should have a substation connected with his office, and that such an arrangement would give ti- better service than an independent office.
Beautiful “Valle Vi&a” Home of W. J. Cook A View Point Overlooking the City’s!* Most Charming Suburb [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Beautiful “Valle Vi&amp;a” Home of W. J. Cook A View Point Overlooking the City’s!* Most Charming Suburb C'; l l.f irni;i homes soindmu- receive] name- for no better reason than that j they please the ear or .commemorate | Mime former residence place of the I owner. Not so with Valle Vista. Four years ago when the present owner first stood upon the porch of i hi- new home and saw spread out before him a half circle panorama of valley and foothills, extending from Pa-adena to Glendale and from the mountains to the City of the Andreis, the place was given the name which had always belonged to it by natural right. There arc few homes even in this -Celtic southern coastland from which a v iew so inspiring anil satisfying can be had. The rock witTi its eagle ever living valleyward, soon to give its name to the newest and brightest little city of Southern California, stands near the limit of view to the eastward. To the south lie the billowy verdure covered hills which give place ...
LEAGUE MEETING HAS MEAGER ATTENDANCE H. C. Gallcupe Hands in Resignation After Serving 18 Months [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
LEAGUE MEETING HAS MEAGER ATTENDANCE H. C. Gallcupe Hands in Resignation After Serving 18 Months With less than a dozen men present, the Eagle Rock Improvement League held it- January meeting in Symphony Mall Monday e veiling. The scene presented was one of coolness throughout the session and little new bn-iuess was done. Chairman Galloupc, who has been president of the organization for the past eighteen months, presented his resignation and asked that it be acted upon at once. The matter was laid on the table until the next meeting which will he held in February at which time a successor will likely he elected. Mr. (iallonpc gave as his reason for resigning his position insufficient time to devote to that responsible office. In a short talk to the attendance, Mr. Galloupc sail!: "I believe I can d« more for this organization by getting down on the floor. It takes .somebody to start something." A resolution was passed upon asking the city council of Los Angeles to have the Santa Fe ...
Regarding Incorpcraticn [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Regarding Incorpcraticn Editor Sentinel.—'l)etir Sir: —ln older that there may be no uncertainty in the minds of any one interested in knowing my potion as regard- the incorporation of Eagle Rock, I wi-h to stale that since the Hoard of Sn pervi-ors has modified our lines, cut ting off the &lt;). eidental College campus and surrounding property, that I am very strongly opposed to incorporating what is left. What is the use of incorporating the rind —and leaving out the heart, (tie cick ntal I ? I feel sure that aftir we gat a cleatunderstanding of the immense value of Occidental College to Eagle Rock, that we shall be loath to deliberately erect a municipal fence between such an institution and ourselves. Some of ns have formed pleasant friendships among the college leaders and we have found everyone of them enthusiastic boosters Pe- Eagle Rocy \ alley as a whole. Allow me to suggest a series of mass meeting- to discuss this question thoroughly from every standpoint in a fri...