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EXTENSIVE TREE PLANTING O'OO Shade and Ornamental Trees for Various Residential Tracts [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
EXTENSIVE TREE PLANTING O'OO Shade and Ornamental Trees for Various Residential Tracts I lir h.dwards \ Wildey Company la-t week pnrcha-od 111 i&gt; shade amt &lt;ifii.iiiiiiil.il tree- inr iiiiiiu'di;it!■ plant ill v: in tlirir various residential tracts in I'.a.ulo Rook and elsewhere. Alter a 010-r -indy id the haldl- of various varieties, Mr. Kdwards ha- do oidod lo introdilOo several novelties lor the parkway - of -onu- of tho linn’Kagle Kook tracts. Aniony; those will ho the Kncalyptu- h'ici folia--the soar lot dowering Knoalypiiis. Thi- will ho plantod on hoth side- of (iraml View avomio in Occidental Heights. Anol her novelty will ho the South Carolina ohorry. This hoauliful tree will hi- planted on Townsend avenue, m tho I'.ajtle Kook Town-ite Tract. College View avenue will ho planted to oainphor-. specially selected for -1 raigh tuo-- of trunk and vigorous hahit. Hill avenue from KUcii wood I i eights west will ho continued in Cork oak- and double (lowering...
BECKER REPORTS NUMEROUS SALES Five Acres in La Cote Tract Bring Seventy-five Thousand Dollars [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
BECKER REPORTS NUMEROUS SALES Five Acres in La Cote Tract Bring Seventy-five Thousand Dollars K. Becker reports the following sales in Kagle Rock Valley: J, IK \\ ilkins to K. Vesey. two and threequarUr acres, building site one block south of Cidorado street and two blocks east of Central avenue, price $4200. A. Dickenson to A. llorwitz. three and three-quarters acres situated oil Sycamore avenue, two blocks east ot Central avenue, improved with an cght-room, two story residence, well and pumping plant, price, $5750. bred \\ . bullet* to a local investor, live acres fronting on Colorado street m the I.a Cole tract, price, $7500. The new owner intends to subdivide tinplace into small bungalow lots and place it on the market this coming spring.
OCCIDENTAL'S CHIEF IS GIVEN BANQUET Brilliant Affair Tendered by California Club Monday Night [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
OCCIDENTAL'S CHIEF IS GIVEN BANQUET Brilliant Affair Tendered by California Club Monday Night A complimentary dinner was given Monday night at the California Club, in honor ~f i Jr. Joint Willie liaer. preside!! tof ( Kvidelltal College Till' in vit.alii 11 - were signed by (). T. Johnson, I.yman Watchorn and W. 1.. Me\;iy. all triem's and patrons of the college. "Tins occasion," they -aid. "i- dr -igtu-d tint only a - an e\pre--ion of (elicitation and appn iatim of the great things aeemnpli-bed for Occidental ( dirge by President liaer. in this lir-t live ye.ars of hi- adniini-tra tion. Inn also :a an opportunity for hint ! • diselo-e. to a -elect and appreciative company of friends, the in spring ideals and -ignilieant future which he has in mind for the college, a-, a factor in the educational life of this -tale." I here were pre-ent over one linn dred guests, among which number was included Mr. Cndfrey Edwards of hagh Rock, and the dinner was one of marked sociability. Dr. liaer...
MPI ACTION URGED B) GLENDALE DODY Local Organization Takes No Action in Important Matter ARROYO BRIDGE A NECESSITY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
MPI ACTION URGED B) GLENDALE DODY Local Organization Takes No Action in Important Matter ARROYO BRIDGE A NECESSITY Mu* people ot Glendale are manite&gt;tino much interest in the proposed bridge to span the Arroyo Seco at Colorado street, between the Kagle R"‘*k \ alley and Pasadena. Steps have been taken b\ the Chamber of Commerce of that cits toward assist iny the Hoard ot I'rade of Pasadena in persuading the building of the bridge. It will take about SJiM),(KX) to complete the bridge and of this amount the city of Pasadena has promised to donate $lOO,OOO. the remaining sum At a special meeting ot the Glendale Chamber of Com merce the following resolution was unanimously passed; “W herea-. the good roads under the Highway Commission arc being com pleted from Redlands to Santa Mon ica. through Pasadena. Kagle Rock, (ilendale, Kropico and Hollywood; and whereas, there will be a break at the Arroyo Seco, at the west city limits of Pasadena, destroying the real usefulness ot su...
COWS AND HORSES MUST BE KEPT OFF ■‘Sentinel" Requested to Make Plea to Livestock Owners [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
COWS AND HORSES MUST BE KEPT OFF ■‘Sentinel" Requested to Make Plea to Livestock Owners The "Sentinel" ha- been e.mu-'ly requested In Edwards iS: Wddry Company t.• make a plea In all thn-c nun iny; hnr-e- and onv- m keep tlnm m their nun prnperty. 1 1 i- a rmniii'm |k t,, u-e a Inir-c nr rnw -taked mi near the parkway* that there i- nothiny in prevent itmpe yettiny twi-ted amnnd mie nr me ire tree- re-n!tiny in a hrnketi and ruined remnant ■it u hat an Imur he - 1 1 ire ua - a tinny nt living heanty. \\ i know that imt evert me ■ - hh-sed with 'he ability tn know at I ■nve tree- a- kviny e. anpa n : a -. hat 'Ur e I \ e'en Mledl pe iple Cnllhl -I p and think nf the pecninary loss tn Miineniie. in tile wholesale de-t raetinn nf the tree in the parkways. Almost any kind nf shade tree m-ts 5(1 cent' apiece, added to win a i- the cost nf a -take, and the labor nf planting and wateriny through the summer months. Many of the tree- planted by the Edward- Wilder C unpanv eo.«t &gt;1...
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES The people of Eagle Rock should feel proud of their local publication, the "Sentinel." It is full of interesting news besides having a neat and clean typographical effect.— Exchange. Arrangements should he made for a great 4th of July celebration at Eagle Rock. About every other town that amounts to anything Tuts a big day of some kind each year and it is about time for our people to be starting something. The indications for the incorporation of Eagle Rock are at present not ver\ favorable. If the arguments used by those who are discouraging the project are correct they are perfectly justified in their action. F. O. Schroeder, the state's youngest editor-publisher, is keeping pace with the oldest and most energetic newspaper men in the county and his ideal sheet, the "Eagle Rock Sentinel" is a credit to the craft.— Exchange. The Improvement League must decide upon something that will hold the organization together and increase the attendance and membership. Each suc...
BUTTON, BUTTON, WHO’S GOT THE BUTTON? What They Are Telling About Laura Jean Libby [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
BUTTON, BUTTON, WHO’S GOT THE BUTTON? What They Are Telling About Laura Jean Libby While we've never been guilty ( ii reading her books, I- Laura Jean Lihbey As young as she look-? —Birmingham Age-Herald. While we are conducting This search after facts Ts Laura Jean Lihbey As young as she acts? —Youngstown Telegram. And here is another The bardlet indites— T- I,aura Jean Lihbey As wise a&lt; she writes? Nashville Tennessean. Here's one other question P.y which we .are harried: I- Laura Jean Libbey Vet single- nr married? L'.s Angele- Express. 11..1 d on, there, a minute, Don't switch ciff jii'l yet; Is Laura Joan Lihbey A suffragette? Highland Park Herald. Now wait another moment. Just keep on your shirt 1 But in speaking of this "Laura" Does -lie wear a hobble skirt? Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly will confer a favor upon us by reporting same to this office. Please do not neglect this matter as it is of great importan -e to the conduct of the paper. Mc...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Business and Professional Cards Oflice, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones Dr. LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, Oak Grove Ave, end of the Eagle Rook Avenue car line Phone Past 2217 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 Sunset Glendale 1013 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Eagle Rock twice u week Host Work E. 11. Howard. Mgr. Plans Estimates HENRY A. SCHROEDER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Residence Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARPENTER &amp; BUILDER Additions—Alterations —Repairs Mail Address, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 65 A Los Angeles. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everythin...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
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 OB NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, VicePres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier iEagl? SUtrk lank Capital, 925.000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock 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. California's Great Newspaper XLhc Xos Hugeles XTimes Send for sample copy of the biggest 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’s great newspaper— THE LOS ANGELES TIMES Phonei; East 11 ...
In Social Circles [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
In Social Circles Deixirfment Feature Paae of the Caale Pack Sentinel By Florence Elizabeth Hare W. A. Roberts was a visitor in the valley early yesterday morning. • Mr. and Mr-. Goss of Kenilworth ,m line entertained friends from the city Sunday. Miss Hazel Diddock left Monday for Los Angeles, where she is training to become a nurse. Mrs. 1). Rose Barnnm is making preparations for an Eastern trip which -lur contemplates making some time during the present month. Ml's Mary Swan is slowly recover ing from a severe attack of la grippe which has kept her away from business f ir the past several weeks. Godfrey Edwards made his initial trip on the Glendale and Eagle Rock railway hist Friday evening. Mr. Eduards made no denial of the fact when interviewed. Mrs. Louis Kroehler, mother of Mr-. Jos. W. Walker, left Monday evening for her home at Moulder, Colorado, on account of the illness of her husband. \ flan.dug academy has been established at Glendale and some of the young folks of Eagl...
Glassell Park Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Glassell Park Notes By Mrs. Theodore Watterson Mrs. Warner Hoag of Torthonvald avenue has as her guest this week her sister, Miss Zena Wilson of llolly wood. Mrs. G. \V. Lyons of Kstarra avenue was hostess at dinner Sunday evening to Mrs. J. \\ . Snider of Highland I’ark. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Coates of Moss avenue entertained Mr. J. E. Lovelace of liardwell, Ky., last Sunday. The Parent Teachers' Association will meet at Washington Park school the afternoon of February 10, 2:d(l. A cordial invitation is tendered to all residents of Glassell Park and viciu tty. One of the most pleasant function' of the season was the surprise party tendered Mr. James R. Kendal! of Muss avenue Tuesday evening by the residents of Glassell Park. After luncheon, which was served under the direction of Mrs. Gillespie, a program, largely musical, was rendered. Vocal solos were given by Mrs. Turley Talbert, Mrs. Louise Thieahand and Mr. C. L. Green; piano solos by the Misses Adlands and Mrs. John Patterso...
Public Rostrum [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Public Rostrum Letters to the jlic will be gladly printed under tin.- heading but the 'Sentinel" disclaims any responsibility lor view,' expressed herein. I’ersonalities and h. ngthy articles will be elliminated. — (Editor. Editor Sentinel Several weeks ago 1 noticed in your paper an open let ter, stating that the workingmen in this country want too much of the luxuries of life 1 think it is rather a struggle than luxuries to make a living. The cost of living during the pa-t 15 years ha- been rapidly m creasing. In 10 years it lias gone up 40 per cent. This tendency will probably never decrease very much. While wages have gone up they have by no means kept pace with the living expenses. The increase* in the rale for the skilled worke: - has been about it) per cent, but the wages of the unskilled labor have remained practically stationary. The greatest expend ilttre of the average family is for food, 45 per cent of the cost of living, and it is the food products that the in creased c...
CHURCH NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
CHURCH NEWS Rev Mile- Fi-cher, general agent for educational work in Sunday schools, who is staying at the home of Rev. Alfred W. Hare for a few days, made a very pleasant addre-s at the evening service of the Congregational Church la-t Sunday. The -churches of Berkeley have had presented to them a plan by which more satisfactory religious in-truc tiou call be given to the children of that city. So far a- our Knowledge goes, it is something unique-—noth-ing of the kind ever having been tried elsewhere in this country. The proposition comes from the superiutciidi nt of the public school-. It i-. in brief, that the school children go one afternoon each week to churches selected by their parents or guardians, and there receive such religion- instruction as is everywhere seen to be needed in this age of the world, instruction which the school cannot give and which the half hour in the Sunday school, because of j!brevity, cannot compas-. Moreover, in this way, many will be reached whom t...
Annandale Items, [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 February 1911
Annandale Items, Mr. anil Mr-. Arthur Clough .ire thi- proud ii.ireiit- ■ .1 nine ;■ ;d hahy l)i&gt;\. M;-' Flizaheth Harri-nti of Fairnmiim way has taken up a course in vocal and dramatic art at an institution in I.os Angeles. \ uuniher of the hoys of the Strick land home are reported to have the measles which necessitate- their absence from tltc Annandalc scho •!. WCOXA FGGS for sale. A few settings at $l.OO per 15. G. F. Candcc, F.lleuwood Drive, near Hill avenue. The -tricl ruling of the post.dice authorities under heavy penalty, compel us to stop mailing papers to persons who's subscription is in the rear for a limited period of time. Please be prompt about paying subscription bill- when sent you as we must abide with teh law.