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PUBLIC HEALTH SOCIETIES MEET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
PUBLIC HEALTH SOCIETIES MEET Large problems will be discussed by tlie public health societies of California at a meeting to be held in Sacramento on Monday. Tuberculosis, pure milk, venereal diseases, housing conditions and the bubonic plague are subjects which will engage attention, and the net results of the meeting will be to harmonize conditions so that the various health boards will work hand in hand with the State Board of Health. Dr. George H. Kress, secretary of the Health Commission of the State Medical Society, outlining the work before the Sacramento meeting, stated yesterday that California is menaced by the constant arrival of consumptives from other States. These patients infect the houses and hotels they occupy, and unless proper hygienic conditions are imposed, consumption will gain ground here among the native-born. A great deal is to be done toward purifying the milk supply. He stated that 20 per cent, of the dairy cattle in this State have tuberculosis. The govern...
Real Estate Sales [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
Real Estate Sales From all appearances the real estate boom has not decreased any. New houses are being built everywhere. The Phelps-Shannon Investment Co. sold E. E. Brown's bouse and lot on Crest wood Way to H. Newman of Dallas, Texas. Myers &amp; Kulli report the following sales this week: Lot in Sycamore Glen tract to Mr. Green; lot in Sycamore Glen tract to Mr. Zeigler; lot in Sycamore Glen tract to Mr. C. Myers; two lots in Rock View tract to Mr. Sheppard. The Phelps-Shannon Co. made the following sales in Edwards &amp; Wildcy Co.'s new subdivision, called “Oak Hills:” To D. Hawsy, lots Hi and 32, J. Duncan lot 25, W. E. Pnlson lots 12, 2d and 31, G. M. Phelps lots 14 and 22, and lots 24, 33, 44 and 47 to a local investment company. The Edwards &amp; VVildey Company has purchased from F. D. Hollingsworth, Mrs. Jessie L. Nuss, W. J. McCarroll and William H. Nuss the old Hollingsworth ranch in the western portion of Eagle Rock. The property consists ot fi...
Local News of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
Local News of the Week Mrs. ,T. Weaver Price is sj ending a few days with the Alisses Swan of Sycamore avenue. Business is prospering at the Swan dry goods store. A fine line of summer goods and embroidery has just been ordered. Mrs. Courtney has bought a lot on Windcmere avenue among the walnut trees. Mrs. Courtney will erect an .$lBOO cottage. Mr. Lee. who bought a lot from Myers &amp; Kulli in Sycamore Glen tract, is grading his lot preparatory to immediate building. The bungalow on Central avenue, Kagle Rock, is completed. The work of tinting the rooms is being done at present. Dr. Powell, the owner, will teide there. Things are booming in around Kagle Rock. Three surveying gangs arc busy setting stakes for the street car extension, the new bridge and the good roads boulevard. The cement and gravel is now on the grounds for putting in a 10-foot sidewalk along the lefthand slide of Central avenue, beginning at Mvrtle street and extending to Colorado Boulevard. This will p...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
A. E. FINLEY CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Only (isrt-class work solicited. Positively no business transacted on Sundays PhoneC923l Residence 318 North Avenue 65 Los Angeles, Cal. ! lr! l!1 't!l ! | Robert Henry Brown, Pres. Prod E. Biles, Cnshier I I P. P. Schumacher, Vicc-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier ! lEaglc lorfe lank | ■ - ■— Hi I Capital, $25,000 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 j of every person in the Valley. |J REALE S T A T E You Furnish the Bargains I will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers 800. Diddoek, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Book Valley. Phone East 2225 M 'ere Eagle Rock News in the “Sentinel” than in all other papers in the world, combined. ♦l* ♦:* £ £ £ £ £ £ £ £ HONEY £ £ ♦i* z £ If you are fond of Sweet Goods, try our Honey. 10c; 15c and 25c Sizes. Strained Honey 30c per ...
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
Local Events James Duncan secured the contract for plastering (..toney Schroedcr’s new homo. Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Potson of Towa arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Shannon on Mahantonga Way. C. S. Wahl, an electrician, with the I-*. A. Railway Co., has given the PhelSps-hannon Investment Co. the contract to build a 5-room modern bungalowr'on Strickland road. The Iloosiers are to have a picnic at Eagle Rock on Sunday. All arc invited to attend. Meets at the home of Mrs. Swisher on Crites street near Eagle Rock Ave. Everyone is to bring a basket lunch prepared for a good day. The Phelps-Shannon Co. have coinmenced breaking ground for a new two-room store building on the corner of Mahantonga Way and Eagle Rock avenue. They will occupy one of the stores for their hardware store and realty ollicc, while the other will bo rented. Their present building will bo moved to the adjoining lot, where it will be in use until the new store is ready for occupancy. Por Sale of Exchange—One White Leg...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
I'WVYVVVVVVVVVWWWW Particular Printing for Particular People 'lt's a Qye&amp;ion of Quality* SENTINEL Job Printing Department Phone East 2376; Home 39301 W. L. VAN WIG. Proprietor GARVANZA HARDWARE CASH SYSTEM 201 North Avenue 64 Beginning March Ist the Oarvanza Hardware Store adopted the strict cash system. We expect pay for all goods on delivery. In this way we are enabled to meet and make even lower prices than any store in the city. Onr rent and other expenses are very much lower, and'under the cash s.stem our losses are reduced to the minimum. Here are some of WATER AND OAS PIPE In 100 Ft. Lots. Per foot. %-in galvanized 31 c Mi in. galvanized 4 ;y v 94 in. galvanized ,5 C 3-in. galvanized 8c 314-in. galvanized He 1 la-in, galvanize 1 14 0 2-in. galvanized i(j ( . •'Ki-in. black 2%c t in. black 3%c our prices: CHICKEN WIRE Hulls contain 150 Lineal Feet. %-in. black 4L.c 1- black g e 114-in. black gc 1 L'-in. black ij c 2- black ...13c GARDEN HOSE 8 to 20c a foot. INVERT...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
T. E. SHANNON, Pres. East 565 F. W. PHELPS, See ’y East 594 “HOUSES BUILT ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN" PHELPS-SHANNON INVESTMENT CO. Incorporated, Capital Stock $50,000 KEAL ESTATE, RENTALS AND INSURANCE GENERAL HARDWARE Eagle Rock Avenue and MMiantonga Way East 565 miiiiiiiii»H«wmmm&gt;m«tmiimimiiiiimtmn»iiiiim»t»mmiiiiiiiit M m Phones: East 11 Home 39272 m Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. | Highland Park I Rod or Yellow Garvanv.a Uar to Avenue 61. Jfa
Church News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
Church News The Rev. Homer Scott will preach during the morning session at the Methodist Church next Sunday. The evening will be taken up by a conference and prayer meeting. • # * The services hold Sunday at the M. L. Church were well attended. Rev. Homer Scott preached at the morning service, and the Rev. .1. R. Love joy pleached at the evening session, using as his subject “The Resurrection of l.Tesus Christ as Portrayed on dowels. ' ’ * * • Last Sunday evening at the Congregational Church the pastor, Rev. Alfred \V. Have, continued the course of evening addresses which had been interrupted by the Raster season, on “Heart Talas on High Themes.” The subject ot the evening discourse was “ enthusiasm.” The enthusiast was shown to oe a man in whom the gods worked, according to the old Greek idea, an 1 the Christian enthusiast the man in whom God works. The need of enthusiasm in political, educational, athletic and the religious life was forcefully presented. Indifference was pictured ...
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
Society Notes The Ladies’ Society met last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Charles Young. There were many present. Following the business and sewing meeting Mrs. Young served delicious refreshments and the ladies enjoyed a stroll through the beautiful grounds before the meeting finally dispersed. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Ilepl urn, newcomers in the valley, were present as guests. • * # Quite a novel feature was the Car I nival of Nations held at the Glendale Operahouse last Friday and Saturday nights. It was given under the auspices of the Guild of the episcopalian ladies. The dance of the nations was very unique. The native costumes of each country was worn. The students in Kagle Hock who attend the Glenlale High School were participants in the program. The entertainment proved quite a success and was very instructive and interesting. • # # A most pleasant social affair, which Mrs. Menasco knows so well how to give, was held at her home on Central avenue, Kagle Hock. It was an informal bi...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
Try Those Fresh and Juicy Meats at the Ohio Market W. J. SMITH, Proprietor Phone orders si specialty East 953 Home 30:506 603 York Blvd. Sure That one word sums up the advantages of buying Groceries at the Bon-Ton Grocery You're SURE of Qyaiity SURE of Quantity, and SURE of a square deal Join our Increasing List of Pleased Customers utyplon-Oton 848 Eagle Rock Ave. G. P. Pollard, Prop. East 400 i Call Up East 939, that is Bollinger’s Grocery / can save you money on Coal, Wood, Oil, Grain and Groceries. Eagle Rock Ave. East 930 HIGHLAND PARK FURNITURE CO. | A large stock of all kinds of household Goods, both new and second-hand. We can save you money, car-fare and trouble, besides you get the goods as soon as you order them. I 5709 PASADENA AVENUE EAST 1447 GEO. C. THORNBURG s• A. *********** * -&gt;■ A A-*, AA A J».A AA AA AAAAA A A A A AAAAAAAI*HWtAI*H*II*H*Il &gt; ll &gt; lfi*ll*ii*il*l&gt; , AAA A A I*l ■* I* A■* * *■*
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 April 1910
....FER DON’S.... (Unllwjr Jim A*A ljr-A’A At Delicious Ice Cream Sodas, Candy and Confections. Full Line of Cigars and Tobaccos Colorado aud Central Aves. C M M M * M M M l**J*** M M M t* , M* , M**« M M**M*****M M « M . [Douglas Hollingworth I'U’MHIXd Phone East 654 •Bank Building Eagle Rock Valley Phone East II4S Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES Wo arc working with everybody to build up Engle' Koek and vicinity and we therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Bock J. E. EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED R. F. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phone East 2305 CAGLE ROCK Notice to the Public I have in stock three car loads of plumbing supplies, a full line of all fixtures, and can quote carload prices. Estimates furnished upon request. Jobbing given special attention. Wa ter pipe furnished and laid for half the price of hose. Cesspools a specialty. F. S. Hannaford SANITARY PLUMBING Eagle Rock Avo. and Colorado Street East 844 Eagle Rock Valley
SATSUMA PARK TRACT OPENED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 April 1910
SATSUMA PARK TRACT OPENED SHtmima Park, a beautiful, high-class residence subdivision, has now been put on sale by local realty dealers. It is located 2 blocks west of the present terminus of the Eagle Rock car line and extending from the car line north lo the foothills, overlooking the entire valley, with Mayfair Park on the east and the Los Flores tract on the west. This entire subdivision is set to orange, lemon and satsuma plum trees. The trees tire in good condition and in full bearing, making it one of the most desiral le tracts in this section. The lots are ;i5x163 , i feet and are sold at a low price on easy terms. The building restrictions are $3OOO to $3500, and all houses are to set back 40 feet from the property line facing Satsuma avenue. The elevation is approximately 050 feet and commands a view of the entire valley and the surrounding hills. No street names will b eased. Each house will take the number of the lot on which it is built. All of the desired improvements ...
HOOSIERS HAVE GLORIOUS PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 April 1910
HOOSIERS HAVE GLORIOUS PICNIC The Hoosiers' annual picnic, which was held at Eagle Rock on last Sunday, was a decided success. There were about 35 members present and no ofll cers failed to come. They all met at the residence of Mrs. Swisher, bringing with them their lunches. After the crowd had gathered they went to the summit of a near by hill and there the picnic lunch was spread. After lunch the party sang several songs unde’r their leader, Prof. Mountz. About 3 o’clock in the afternoon a trip through Kagle Rock Canyon to the rock was made, which was a most enjoyable feat-
SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNEXATION PETITION BEFORE SUPERVISORS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 April 1910
SCHOOL DISTRICT ANNEXATION PETITION BEFORE SUPERVISORS The petition for annexation of the Annandale School District to the city of Eos Angeles, for school purposes only, came before the Supervisors Monday, signed by 184 heads of families, while the protest has but 28 signatures, but what was lacking in numbers was offset by the spirited oral protestations which Miss For headed. County School Superintendent Mark Keppel stated that he had no personal or official interest in the matter, but pointed out that annexation was desirable because there was a school population of about 40(1 in the Annandale district, which has five school buildings widely scattered. He said that he would favor the exclusion of the Nithsdale district, as suggested by Miss Foy if the other territory was annexed, were it not for the reason that Nithsdale would then reap the benefits of the apportionment allotted Annandale, representing about $3700 annually, which could not be turned over to Eos Angeles city under...
TO OPEN ANOTHER NEW TRACT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 April 1910
TO OPEN ANOTHER NEW TRACT Bocal real estate dealers are making preparations to open the “Floreslan” fraet in Kagle Rook Valley next Sunday. The tract contains d 3 acres and is partly planted to fruit trees. It starts at Colorado Boulevard and runs along Townsend avenue to Sycamore avenue. The lots are to be mostly sflx Idfl, although part of the land will be cut into acre and half acre lots.