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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 8 March 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. 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 our store and inspect the complete line of fancy and staple groceries and fresh fruits and vegetables. Prontyt service together with courteous t...
DRY WEATHER BRINGS MANY NEW HOMES Plans for Two-Story Business Block Now Being Drawn [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
DRY WEATHER BRINGS MANY NEW HOMES Plans for Two-Story Business Block Now Being Drawn .1,, departure of the- rainy weather the building season, which was temporarily intcrupted. is again at it- height. Many new homes, the majority of which tire of the California type, are now in course of con--truet'oii in various parts of this city and the environing territory. A few of the homes now being built are given below. Xtime-rents -it lie f constructions arc contemplated for the- near future, among which may lie mentioned a two story bltsi-ne-s block, plaits for which are now being drawn. \ four room bungalow is being built for S. C. Wing on Oak Grove aw title- in the- I.a l-.neina tract. j. M, Daugherty is building for the-Mve-r.s I.and company two handsome live- room bungalows, one of which be ing built on ()ak Grove avenue, and the other on Mariposa street. H. Norwood is having plans drawn for a &gt;4.1 'Ill» home to he built on the Woods prope-rty which Mr. Norwood recently aci...
ON MYRTLE AVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
ON MYRTLE AVENUE A year and a half ago Myrtle avenue was a country road, a font deep | in mud or dust, according to the sea* -on. and the broad acres fronting on the street were jungles of weeds and j lirush. The entire street could boast of only one small bungalow and the j street cars even refused to honor it a- a stopping place. But now alt this is changed. A stroll down the, broad avenue reveals the wonders of California improvement a well oilei and rolled street, hard as asphaltum sidewalks parked and graceful aea eies nodding lazily in the breeze | Gorgeous dark red geraniums plant ed in the parkway the entire lengtl [ of the avenue lend a color to the picture. Ihe .solitary bungalow of a yea ago has been augmented by staled; residences and pretty cottages, twi of which, we will attempt to describe J he first is the fourteen room luiim of Mr. I.e-e Chambers, late- of Sant: .Monica. This residence has the dis linction of being the hrsl in Kagk Rock, and one of the first in Los ...
MASONIC FRATERNITY TO ORGANIZE LODGE Meeting to be Held Thursday Evening, March 16th [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
MASONIC FRATERNITY TO ORGANIZE LODGE Meeting to be Held Thursday Evening, March 16th Member.** nf the Ma&gt;"iiio Kralernily re&gt;idinj£ in ihi- vicinity who w (»nl(i like to jtiin in forming: a in Kai'le Rock arc requested t • meet at tlu- drn.L’ - store. Central Avenue and Colorado l»ou!e\ard. Cl lll r -«1 a &gt; evening. March lf»th, a: 7 A I o’clock. Considerable preliminary work has been d no. and tho*e deCrinij I" he* cor.u* charter niemlicrs should &gt;ignif\ their intention at once. 11. K. McCnWKI.k. Chairman of Temporary &lt; )rganixation.
DOORS OF LAND SHOW TO OPEN SATURDAY Attendance of 200,0C0 is Probably Even Underestimated [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
DOORS OF LAND SHOW TO OPEN SATURDAY Attendance of 200,0C0 is Probably Even Underestimated The door.- i&gt;f the Shrine \iiditor ittni. where tlie great show is to he held will be opened to the ptiblj Mareh IS, and will continue to remain open, day and night, until late in the evening of April 2. An attendance of 2Ht),000 is expected. The Chicago Land Srow with a population of 5.000.000 to dr;iw from, had an attendance of 300,000. Reduced rates on all railroads will bring in thousands of colonists front the Last and Pacific coast business men on sight-seeing bent, and it is possible that the officials of the exposition have underestimated the expected attendance.
BORE KENTS TO BE UHOWIE Public Spirited Man Would be Trustee of Annandale School District. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
BORE KENTS TO BE UHOWIE Public Spirited Man Would be Trustee of Annandale School District. A delegation of mt twenty-live j men, all from Kigic Kock avenue, called upon W. S. 'Tn-aiore of Glendale I ace Sunday at far considerable discussion ImaiA succeeded in .getting his consent to i.ccotnc a condidate for the nftici of trn-tee of the Aimamlak- school district. Mr. Diusmorc C president the E.a- !e kook \venue Improvement Association and is one of the most pub lie spirited men in this vicinity. Bite writer never resorts to flattery, but if lie wished to indulge hi- pencil could dash off a few adjective- that would make Mr. Dinsmore feel scll-eom-placent. l-'.ach member of the delegation was ajipointed a commif.ee of one to com paigu for diiseandidatc and that tinpeople will succeed in gelling Mr. Dinsmore into offiie is a safe prediction. The elect'd n will he held at the An Hand,'lie school limi-e Eriday. April I 7th, at which time every voter in this di-lricl should ea.-t his ball...
YOUNG PEOPLE FORM JOLLY-UP CLUB First Affair is to be Held Friday of This Week [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
YOUNG PEOPLE FORM JOLLY-UP CLUB First Affair is to be Held Friday of This Week The lale.-l addition to the social life of Eagle Rock is llie Jolly-L’p ! Chib recently formed by some of the ' v ting pc ;!e .' city f - the pnr pose of getting together every little while for a jolly-na. file first allair given by them will he a St. Baliuk - part y at Symphony Hall next Friday, night. To the strains of "The ; j W earin' of the Green” the grand march will begin at 8 ;.?(&gt;. flic evening, will he devoted to darning, chorus singing of popular and college ] songs, and other musical specialties. , Admission is by invitation only. The regular meeting ol lais club will he for the promotion of music and dramatic art. It will he the object ot this organization to give mils | ieais and play- during the season. At Hie meeting - I the club mi Monday evening there were elected a president, treasurer and secretary. The offices are I ■ lie tilled re-peetive-Iv by Miss Eloreiice Elizabeth Har...
ACREAGE LOTS ARE IN GREAT DEMAND Edwards & Wildey Company Report Many Sales in Haines Tract [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
ACREAGE LOTS ARE IN GREAT DEMAND Edwards &amp; Wildey Company Report Many Sales in Haines Tract 'flu- Haim- p perty mi Verditgo Road, w hick c. recently pitrcha-ed by the lidwar.l- . W'ildey cmnpany. lias been snhd . by that iirm into acre and hal f acre lots and placed f] ll -n the market. Among the purchasers report e re th, following: C. li. ('■ ihh of i m iha, Nel)., .me acre ■ n Rock (ilen emie. .$1(11.1); Mrs. H. S. Brown, u acre on Verditgo Road, covered v T. full bearing navel orange tree-, $2- ; Mr-. M. \lberta lliintting. one acre, improved with -eien room hmt-e. and planted to asorted fruit-. SJ.'.'H; Swmt l.of&lt;|uist. half acre in full T aring tree-. 1 1 1;!(); Mary A. Burge--, one acre, fronting at Rock Glen avenue. planted to full grown peaches. cl7lT; Daniel R. R i i.lv, of Kaii-a- City. Kan., halfacre on Rock G1 1 avenue. SBISD; Myra Jointing-, two lots, each onehalf acre, fronting m Verditgo Road and imnroved with a four-room cottage. $27(1(1.
Legend of a Famous Landmark —the Eagle Rock. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
Legend of a Famous Landmark —the Eagle Rock. PR' &gt;S.\ lf .1- tin- latter day history 1 &lt;&gt;i I auK- Rock \ alley ma\ lie, i the ruck itself i- embalmed ;n legendary lure ilia; i-iieonrag e' ru ma ii: i ■ lliglll- ni ilu imagination 1 1 ar I&lt;i ll n liack In (lie days uf lae lian ‘lit and the calialleru, I lie San Kalael Rancho. of w id .a b-agle Rock i- the center, u, - a ranted lii the King of Spain 1., a Sj&gt; a;li&gt; 1 1 : grandee a i ell : - -aid l.i a.i \ e ueeii i ,-u--"i hie early guy erm ir. .\ I;., i ;i 1 11 n nia, I'n- dm eniur I ienera I, with Hi', h'mil\. occupied an ad. lie iiun-e j winch until a lew year, ii-,, crowned 1 I he round hill at tlie entrance of the ' alley a- the latter i- approached hi tile l.arvattza road. '■• agio kock is a round mass of c mglomeraic nut unlike other mounlain- of -indlar material common enough in California, Inn differing Iroin all others in that under the in dtieiice of ancient ...
EDITORIAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
EDITORIAL NOTES •» And now they'll he “croaking" about the furious heat. The recent rains did less harm in this city than in any other part of the county. Ragle Rock is to have on additional newspaper, at least such is the report. About every other town of I this size has two newspapers, and there is no reason why Ragle Rock should not he able to "support an additional enterprise of this nature. That some of the agitators for the incorporation of Ragle Ruck had good arguments is evidenced by the fact that many of the public letters which appeared in past issues of the "Sentinel are being published in vari ions other publications in this county and elsewhere which are boosting for city organization. The California Society of Chicago recently tendered a banquet to Judge | junan W . AlacK, a former Californian and a past president of the so-] cicty in honor of his appointment I by (’resident Raft as associate judge of the Commerce court. the reception was held in the Union League Club ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
Business and Professional Cards DR. MYRTLE PHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fairmount Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. Sunset Glendale 1613 Home i 23 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Trips made through Lagle Kook twice a week Host Work K. 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 Svcnmore and Avoca Ave. Eagle Rock Estimates Furnished HENRY NASH CARPENTER &amp; BUILDER Additions —Alterations —Repairs Mail Address, R. F. D. No. 1, Box 66 A Los Angeles. W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Home 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park East 880. Home 39314. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Home 39077 East 125 WHEN YOU W...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
ROSTER OF CITY OFFICIALS City Trustees—John T. Bailey, W. K. Cowan, Jas. E. Kinchelce, Chas. W. Young. Clerk—J. S. Pitman. Treasurer—Fred E. Biles Marshal—George Hare Surveyor—William Bixby ’ Attorney—Hartley Shaw Street Supt.—George Hare CLASSIFIED “ADS” FOR RENT —S room furnished house corner Centra! aVd Palm avenues, reasonable. Apply Mrs. Rhodes, Palm avenue. Phone Hast 3026. . 111 d■ ■ 11&lt; baby chirks. wiih or with out mother-. \l-o eggs for hatch - i ll o &gt;3 ]&gt;er Imndred. Fine laying sloek. Mrs. K, 11. llrown. Phone i (,?_&gt; r„ *4 FOR SALE—Carnation plants—red white and pink. C. McVicker, Townsend Ave. FOR SALE—Pen of Barred Recks, li hens and rooster. C. McVicker. Townsend avenue. FOR SALE—Oranges and lernens by the dezen or box. M. A. Hickson. Telephone East 2591. East 599 FOR SALE—A GOOD Ill'V Must -ell quickly. On account of reinov al to San Francisco, my well built, new 7 room store .and a half mod ern hou-e. with large hall, bat...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 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 DAY OR NIGHT LADY ATTENDANT Robert Henry Brown, Pres. P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier Eagle Rock Bank Capital, $25,000 Full Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Rock Property We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock Valley ig and vicinity, and greatly desire the accounts and all other business 3 of every person in the Valley. gi IBEHSiiSiSlSlSlSlliaiilSiMillSlllSlSllHllßSßlSlllllSlßlHtelliSltelllHlllllllllalSlHliaiilligHiaßllil® -ALL FOR SOc PER MONTH— LeadiaJ High Class Woman's Majariae in America WOMAN’S HOME COMPANION IN COMBINATION WITH THE World’s Largest Newspaper LOS ANGELES TIMES An "all-the-month” continuous supply of all the news. Everything everybody wants to know about everything. Facts, figures, fun, fashion know the news before it becomes histo...
City Brevites [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 March 1911
City Brevites Department Feature Page Mrs. (. A. Marker i- -pending the week at her home here. Dr. George Cox and family moved into the Hailey house on Kenilworth avenue. Mrs. Henry Sehnheusen of Los! Angeles is the guest of Mrs. Chits. McVickcr today. Miss Mary Richardson attended the Lyric Club reception in Los Angeles Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and-Mrs, Lewis F. Reed were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Reed of Los An geles during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S. Hanna-! ford have been entertaining .a- their house guests, Mrs. J. S. Poore and I -on. Charles, of Hritish Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hann.aford who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hann.aford have returned to their home in Highland Park. Mrs. Harvey Rhodes of Park St.. | was hostess at a pretty little luncheon Monday, having as guests Mrs. i \rthur Haunaford and Mrs. Fred 1 lauuaford. Miss Margaret Moal. a guest at "The Crags." has purchased a choice piece of property in Kigle Dale upon | which in the near futu...