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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Auto Truck &amp; Express Co. Main 1581 JAMES B. GRAY, Manager Trips to and from Los Angeles Daily Starting on the First of March Main 1581 —City Phones— Home 5200 Eagle Rock Dahlia Gardens 600 VARIETIES OF DAHLIAS The dahlia, by reason of it- wonderful diversity of form and color. i- becoming the most popular of all (lowers. Now is the time to plant F.ahlias. I have the finest on the coast and have originated - ime of the finest in the world. Catalog and culture instruction- free upon request. J. J. Broomall, Dahlia Specialist K. F. I). No. I. Box 232 A Los Angele-, Cal. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO RITCHEY AND GROTTHOUSE "The Eagle Rock Hardware Men” iii Highland Park Store—Both Phones Castle and Colorado Phone East 477 Eagle Rock Drug Co. Central and Colorado CITY or CAGLE ROCK The onlii Drue) Store in this Giti) offers von the some prices os the leircje stores in other c ities with the convenience of’phone service find c|iik U deliver/. We am now s...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 1 March 1911
Water Heaters: Reliable, $16.00; Garland, No. 7, $14; 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. F 5089 ::: Eagle Dale ::: Half in Glendale and half in Eagle Rock, lying on the boulevard from Pasadena to the sea. “The Place to Live.” Grow anything; now have 200 varieties of fruit. Cool mountain water. Climate and soil just right. Electric lights and telephone. Fine large lots. Houses built to suit. SEND FOR PLAT Robert Henry Brown Phone East 119 Eagle Rock Bank Los Angeles, Cal. Swan’s Dry Goods Store New line of Dress Ginghams, Children’s Rompers, Hosiery, Underwear Embroidery and Laces : : : : ; Colorado and Castle. Phone East 2857 An Invitation Is extended to all come and visit onr store and inspect the complete line of fancy and staple groceries and fresh fruits and vegetables. Prompt service together with courteous tr...
Mayor John T. Bailey [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Mayor John T. Bailey Mr. John T. Hailey, the president, was born on a farm in Indiana. While still a boy, he answered the call of the city where a.-, an upholsterer's apprentice, he learned thoroughly the business which hs has carried on so successfully for twenty years as the head of the well known linn of Hailey ik Schmidt. Mr. Hailey is regarded as one of the foremost business men of Los Angeles. lie is also a thirty second degree Mason. Mr. Hailey is trustee of the Church of the flood Shepherd. Congregational, of Eagle Rock, and contributed generously with his money and his time in (tie building of the new church. A little story which Mr. Hailey amusingly tells of himself is worthy of telling right here. When Mr. Hailey first came to Los Angeles, he immediately identified himself with one of the local churches. One Sunday evening, while attending service with a party of young people, subscription cards wort passed and seeing that the rest of the young men were signing for one do...
William Keen Cowan [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
William Keen Cowan Wm. Keen Cowan was born in southern Missouri, in a log cabin, pictures of which lie regards as sonic of nis choicest treasures. From his grandfather he inherited a keen desire for an education and when he was live years old walked three miles to school. After finishing the Kansas public schools he entered the preparatory department at Maker University where he was roommate of Senator Bristow of Kansas. Later he attended Park College at I’arkville, where he worked his way through. lie is a graduate of the Chicago llorological School and engaged in the jew elry business in Los Angeles before becoming the Rambler agent for Southern California, which he has been for twenty years, first in bicycles and later in automobiles in which he is still engaged. Mr. Cowan is a m.aij whose integrity has never been questioned. Mis business reputation is of the highest standing. Since coming to the valley Mr. Cowan's home has always been a center of social activity, where he with M...
James Kincheloe [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
James Kincheloe Mr. James Kincheloe, owner of the beautiful residence, "Rosemont." who is the representative of the east end of the valley, is a native of Kentucky, lie has been a resident of Eagle Rock for nearly three years, in which time his charming southern manners and pleasant disposition have won for him many warm friends throughout the community. Before coming here he was engaged in the jewelry business. Since his residence in Califor-
James E. Kincheloe [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
James E. Kincheloe nt- has held 'ho rosinmsiblo posi tion of credit man for some of the largest furniture stores in Southern California. Being a Kentuckian, he comes very naturally by his love for horsts —and it is related, that upon one occasion, when in a mountain camp, he received word that he must immediately return to Los Angeles, he hastily made arrangements to take the fifteen mile trip down the canyon to the railroad station on horseback. A young lady who was likewise sojourning in the camp,, and who at present resides here, was making her plans tit the same time to return to the city, so attired in riding suit, she was just mounting her horse when she heard a cheery voice calling out to her asking if she would like a riding companion down the canyon. She turned to look in the direction the voice came and was convulsed at the sight which met her eyes. Our jaunty, stylish Mr. Kincheloe having nothing hi* a very nice business suit in which he did not care to ride, had accepted...
Charles W. Young [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Charles W. Young That "Merry, merry farmer h iy. who always whi-tled and -aipe fur joy," was none other than Charley Voimp and it is extremely I'itlim; that he should have he. a elected one of our “city father- " ; he i- hr to most of us as "Ibid' Vmiii" alre.nl e because he i- id. but because of t ■ fatherly inter. he has taken in tin. people and th welfare of our coni
NO QUORUM AT LEAGUE MEETING Special Meeting to be Held on 20th of March [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
NO QUORUM AT LEAGUE MEETING Special Meeting to be Held on 20th of March On account &lt;&gt;t the insufficient at tendance at the nnmthK meeting ol the Eagle Rock liitprt*\ ement l.ca Rile, no bnsine-s could lie transacted at the meeting which was held in Symphony I tail Monday evening. The poor attendance (which was less than hall a dozen members) ia demonstration of how much inter cst is bein.R taken in the work of the organization by the citizens of tlticity. The object of this meeting was to elect a president! to till the vaeanev made by the resignation of 11. (' (ialh nine. \ special- meeting is an nonneed to take place mi Monda' - . March 20th, at which titne this, be side's other urgent business, will be transacted.
ELECTION OF TRUSTEE FOR ANNANDALE DISTRICT Success to A. C. Davis to be Selected i' on April Ist. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
ELECTION OF TRUSTEE FOR ANNANDALE DISTRICT Success to A. C. Davis to be Selected \i' on April Ist. Voters in the Annandale school dis trict will be able to play some “April Fool" pranks on some of the candi dates for the office of school trustee of this district. The term of A. C. Davis, who was chosen by the people at a sensational election a year ago, expires soon and April Ist i-, set as the date for the election of his successor. There is not much glory attached to this job and still less compensation, so it is little sought after by busy men. Mr. Davis may possibly be persuaded to serve another term as he is much interested in the school affairs of this district and during the past year has done considerable hard work. From the Eagle Rock avenue dis trict, which is a large one at pres ent not represented in the Board of Trustees, there are one or two public spirited men who are willing to be the target for the next three years Their names have not yet been made public but it is...
Checking Up Property [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Checking Up Property By the authority of Supervisor K. \\ . I’ridham, county officials tire now checking up property assessed in this city so that an apportionment of road funds may he made. munity. Mr. Young was horn on .a farm in Illinois, lie is a graduate of the Davenport Business College. After becoming of age he traveled for several years, returning; to llli nois to assume the management of the farm on which he was horn. Later Mr. Vouiij; was associtited with the Cushman Bakery company of New York. Though he has .always heeu a busy man. he has taken a lively in terest in horses and has hred some very line trotting horses for the track. Me has not heeu .averse to making a trade now and then, and it is said that he has never been stung hut once and that time it was by a "man of the cloth." Since then he has religiously -leered clear of horse trading with ministers. Mr. Young's hobby i- tree grow iug. Mis he:i it I i ful home "Castle Craps" is ideally situated in the foot hill- h...
MEETING HELD ON BANKS OE ARROYO SECO Plans for New $200,000 Structure Are Nearly Completed [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
MEETING HELD ON BANKS OE ARROYO SECO Plans for New $200,000 Structure Are Nearly Completed i " c. unplete pi, iii' lir iii - new bridge In spun the ii rt&gt;\ ■ &gt; un Last C'i ill iradi i street, a meeting wa- add Saturday alternoou mi tlu- hank' of the Arroyo Seen between Mawr rims Karley and members ■.f the council (A unity Surveyor N hie, Uridge Lngineer Rothenburg. Kiigineer Joyner. Crocker of the I .os AnHa les City Kiddie Department. Smith of the Union Iron Works. Wheeler and Mereerau of the Mereerau Uridge Ci nnpany. Surveyor Noble has been busily engaged drawing plans for the proposed bridge ever since the Hoard of Supervisors agreed to stand half the expense of the structure two weeks ago. The plans contemplate practical!" a straight bridge over the arroyo with a small easy curve from the east approach to the east hank of the arroyo, thence straight to the west approach, with 2 per cent grade on the west and 3 per cent on the east end. The bridge will be r...
RAILROAD AND HOTEL MEN PLAN FOR GREAT RUSH Predict Colonist Total Will Be More Than 100,000 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
RAILROAD AND HOTEL MEN PLAN FOR GREAT RUSH Predict Colonist Total Will Be More Than 100,000 Hotel men and railroad men of f.os Los Angeles are preparing for the great rush of colonists from the Last, beginning March 10th. The low trams portalion rate will go into effect mi that date at all Missouri River points, and it is expected that not fewer than KKI.OOI) persons will take advantage of them. Last year 61),(Kill colonists came W est, using Los Angeles .i- the gateway to the entire region \\ e-t of the Rocky Mountains, This year rail road men predict that the colmii't total will exceed UK),(MiI). These ar rivals, with the many tourists now in Southern California, will swell the to t.al number of visitors to 150,000. It is for these expressive rea-mis the exposition officials predict an attendance at the Land Show, which will be held in this citv March IS \pril 2. of more than 200.000.
Officers Re-Elected [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
Officers Re-Elected At :i meeting nf tli&lt;■ Hoard Id : a-etor&gt; nf tllO Koek I', .i... ad|owinn tin- annua 1 niee!inn sl l k'!&lt; holdertin- dinner ■ Hie r- r - a -a re-e let* * ell. Iddloxvinu arc the • tti and dirertors: Robert Henry I'.rmni, ■. lent I'. •ex I , Seauinarlier, . ire ;n i - Willard 11. Stint' \in ■ - bred I- Idles ea'hi Rob. ” I’err x Sehumacln r, Willard 1 " fol. I W, laid . C. H !■ din i 1 \dani&lt;. dir d -
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES Say! Where is the fellow who was belly-aching about the dry season? The landgrabbers, who have all this time profited by the work of the people of this city, seem to realize their loss and are already Hooding the local realty market with “forced stiles" and "snaps." Another article on Horticulture by J. J. Broomall, is now in course of •reparation for next week. Mr. Brooniall's articles in this paper have excited much favorable comment as he is excellent authority on this subject. An exchange says the biggest trust on earth is the newspaper. It trusts anybody, gets cussed for trusting, mistreated for cussing, and if it busts for trusting, gets cussed for busting. 1 here is one way to bust this trust — pay your subscription. With the present issue the "Sentinel" enters into a new year, the past having been most satisfactory to the publisher. Ihe success of this enterprise in so small a community is due alone to the appreciative public and business men who have so gene...
President Jones Vindicated [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 1911
President Jones Vindicated Tin- victory of Kditor C'has. Jones over the itutcher Gazette in l.aneasler i~ indeed a to I all tho-e who know the history of that 114 lit. Kohinion, the defendant, has confessed judgment for the sum of SI,IXI in favor of the plaintiff and has also . retracted his counteraction that was merely a bluff, while friend Jones had been slandered in the most scandalous manner. The last issue of the Ledger mailed to every newspaper in California contains a svnopsis of the complications and of the ultimate triumph of justice and decency. And in a little editorial. Brother Jones, who is president of the Southern California Editorial Association, and one of the popular journalists on the coast, proves himself the gentleman as he has always been respected by us by showing the libel suit was not instituted for the purpose of humiliating and bleeding his enemy, but for the purpose of vindicating himself, and restoring his honor as a citizen and a newspaper man. By this...