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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 26 April 1911
Auto Truck &amp; Express Co. JAMES B. GRAY, Manager Trips to and from Los Angeles Daily Older Lett at Drug Store Will Receive Prompt Attention. Main 1581 —City Phones— Home 5200 Sunset Phene East 399. Heme 39044 :: R. A. BAKER COMPANY Fuel, Feed, Cement. Gravel. Sand, Crushed Reek, Cobble Stone, Hardwall Plaster, Wood and Metal Lath, Furniture and Piano Moving, Transfer and Storage Office 6050 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. CH&gt;CK&gt;o&lt;&gt;&lt;X&gt;&lt;X&gt;oo&lt;&gt;o&lt;&gt;&lt;K&gt;&lt;&gt;CH&gt;CK&gt;e&gt;CKKK&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;eK&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;o&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&gt;&lt;&...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 26 April 1911
NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORK Public notice is hereby given that ■t it- meeting held on the 27th day of March, 1011. the Ihi.-inl nf Trustees of the City of Eagle Rock .adopted a resolution, designated as Resolution No. I. declaring its intention to ordel the following improvements to we-t corner of Lot 47 of -aid Shearon Heights Tract; thence north 1 degree 40 minutes, west along the easterly line of said Shearon avenue 074.59 feet to the southwest corner of Lot 44 of said Shcamn Heights Tract: thence 88 degrees 1 minute, east 60 feet to the point of heain- ] ning. That the exterior boundaries of the I district of hand to he* affected by said work or improvement arc hereby specified and declared to be as follI southeasterly corner of Lot 2a of | -aid Tract; thence south 81 degree , 1 minute, east 41.42 feet to a point, be ng the southeasterly corner of said I tract .as diown on said map, thence I northeasterly along the southeasterly jli mndar v of said tract to a point in ill • easterly b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 26 April 1911
H. O. DAVIS HAROLD E. HESS Highland Park Garage New and Second-Hand Automobiles for Sale First-Class Repairing and Supplies Of All Kinds Sunset East 1126 6009-11 Pasadena Avenue 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 Phenes: East 1370 Los Angeles, Cal. F 5089 |;:: Eagle Dale ::: I 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. STRONGHOLD OVERALLS FOR MEN AND BOYS. Children’s Rompers. Ladies’ H iusc Dresses and Aprons. Swan’s Dry Goods Store and Castle Ea-t 2tC PROMPT DELIVERY COURTEOUS TREATME...
CITY FATHERS HOLD AN IMPORTANTJiESSION Rates for Electric Lights Settled and Ordinance Ordered PREPARE FOR STREET WORK. Special Election for City Trustee Set for June 10 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
CITY FATHERS HOLD AN IMPORTANTJiESSION Rates for Electric Lights Settled and Ordinance Ordered PREPARE FOR STREET WORK. Special Election for City Trustee Set for June 10 There was an interesting and important meeting of the city trustees at the city hall ion Monday, it being the regular monthly meeting of that body. All the members of the board were present. Several important matters were considered and disposed of. the most important being the adoption of a report settling the rates to be charged for electric lights. I'tillcr mentiion of this wall be lottnd itt another column of this issue. Ihe minutes of the previous meeting were read by Clerk Pitman, and approved as read. The first business transacted was on a petition from P. P. Schumacher, asking permission to Use lire arms on his own property. On motion of Trustee Cowan, seconded by 1 rustee Gallottpe, permission was granted. A communication from a Los Angeles company was read, asking the city council to consider the purchase ...
PASADENA DECLARES FOR BONDS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
PASADENA DECLARES FOR BONDS Pasadena has gone and done it. And as a result Eagle Rock will loom up on the coming map of this section of the -late in larger and brighter ( colors. We refer to the great victory in that city last Saturday ion the bond issue for $1(10,(1(1(1 to build the Arroyo Seco bridge. That city voted on live ! -eparate and distinct propositions to vote bonds, but the one that was uppermost in the minds of all was the great bridge over the Arroyo, which i- to make the connecting link of tlie now much talked of foothill boulevard, which i- to be completed from San liernardino, on through L'pland, Claremont. Glendora, Azusa. Mi mrovia. Sierra Madre, Pasadena, through Eagle Rock’s main business street. Colorado avenue, thence to Glendale, Hollywood and on to San Monica and the ocean. There was great rejoicing in Ragle Rock h'riday night when the result of the vote in I’asadena was learned. It means non It t— , this city and will prove one of the best advertising featu...
TO ENTERTAIN MAY 10 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
TO ENTERTAIN MAY 10 The May committee of the Woman's Twentieth Century club will entertain of San Rafael have subscribed SJO,fKHI. Now that Pasadena Inis voted to issue the remaining $1(KI,(XII) bonds, tile bridge will be built, and work will start on it jitst as soon as the legal requirements are gone through to May 111 for the benefit of the club's building fund with a cafeteria supper from 6 to 8:30 p. m. at the residence of 1.. R Garrett, on Rosemary, near Sycamore avenue. The supper will be followed by a garden fete with dancing in the moonlight, and other attractions. A general imitation is extended to all in the valley to attend this social gathering and supper.
CHARMING SOCIAL EVENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
CHARMING SOCIAL EVENT Mr. and Mrs. William K. Cowan of Vista del Valle were hosts at one of the most charming affairs ever given in Cagle Rock last Wednesday evening, when complimentary to the Park College Glee club, of Parkville, Missouri, they entertn'ined a Large number of guests at an informal reception and musicale. This club of twenty two voting men is making a tour of the West, giving concerts in the interest of the Santa Fe Railway and a part of their program was given at Mr. Cowan's Wednesday evening. The home was tastefully decorated throughout with roses and ferns. Mr. and Mrs. Cowan were assisted in entertaining bv Mr, and Mrs. 1.. F. Reed. Mrs. V W. Harrison ami Miss Elizabeth Hare. The guests were Dean Pmrtf, Professor Mien, the Misses Marguerite Merrill. Edith Tidbal. Grace Vickers. Eloise Tkartlett. Edith Osmond. Donatin' Davis. Culbertson. Fern Sanborn, onl Mr, Elmer Richardson of Occidental college. Professor Roy Magcrs, Profess v James Mathews, T.loyd R I Bontwell...
DELIGHTFUL HOUSE PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
DELIGHTFUL HOUSE PARTY A jolly party of young people were [ guests ;t t :i very enjoyable house! | party given by MV. and Mrs, J. I’ 1 Gardiner of Santa Monica, in hour lof the Dirthday (if their niece, MisMerla Metcalf, a popular resident of the valley. Antony the delight.planned by the hosts for the young people were a dancing party and a picnic into I: canyon. The gue-t--were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Keet-. Mrs. Metcalf. Miss Elizabeth Snlivan. I Miss Hettv Mitchel, Miss Natalie 1 Metcalf. Mi-- Merla Metcalf. Mr Wil IBroxholme. Mr. Ted Mitchel. I Mr. Rob lb- • dine and Mr. II- ear I,
WILL BE CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
WILL BE CANDIDATE A number hi 1 1 if pn &gt;lll i■if nt citizenhi our citv have per-naded Dr. Geo. I'.. Cox In run lor cltv trustee in the coming election mi June 1 1 It 1 1 . Dr. Cox is well :inil favorable know n throughout thi-- vicinity, having re sided here nearly lour year-. lie was liorn in I’ill-liiirj&gt;. Pa., in 1881. lie came to Los Angele- vClien jn-t a boy and received all of Ids early education in Los Angeles. Alter graduating from Occidental College he attended the L’niversity of California, from which he was graduated in I'Ll.v While at Berkeley he was one of itmost popular studentlie i- a mem her of X i I’-i I 'hi. the S C Dental Association and of the l.'nion League, Dr Cox is a man whose charming manner and plea-fug personality has won lor him many staunch friendhere and elsewhere. Me has licen in business eight years in 1.0- Angele-. having In's office in the Bryson iinihl in t. Dr. and Mrs. Cox. with their little son, Robert, reside on Kenilwort...
ELECTRICITY RATES ADOPTED. Eagle RocK Water Co. and Trustees Agree on Rate of $1.25. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
ELECTRICITY RATES ADOPTED. Eagle RocK Water Co. and Trustees Agree on Rate of $1.25. ( Monday evening at the regular meeting «ol the cits trustees the imnortair i|iu-tion of rates for ehv:r.c lights \va- disposed ..f. and uis m’y fait to say that tlu* ontconu* i&gt; !iiMl v creditable to tlu- hoard and tlu* company. &lt;&gt;n tlu* important c •mmittoe 1 1 a\ in o tlu matter in charge w ere Messrs &lt;i . 11. •11j n •. ( oss a n and Vonuvr. \tler over t'u situation t!u»c tlu* following proposition i the company was .secured, and appear'tii* fair to all. the committee rep need in taxor of its acceptance: SI.Js per ■n-.ntli tor anx amount of serxic-* up ‘o lO.(HK) watts; over that the rate is t; cents This will make the minimum charge $1 25 per in ntli. &lt; &gt;n motion of \hlerm; n h'.inchel &lt; . 1 ie report of the Committee xv.n a* proved mil tlu* city attorney w,i&gt; instructed to draw up an ordinance lixintf tlu* r...
MR. BRALY SPEAKS ON SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
MR. BRALY SPEAKS ON SUFFRAGE. On Thursday night. in the auditorill in of the Congregational church, i large audience li-lened with interest to the -ulfrage program, arranged by the \V nnanV Twentieth Century club. Mr j. II I»raly of Pasadena was the speaker of the evening. \ v* *»• nl speaker mi all occasion*, Mr. I »ra ly i- at hi- when talking on his chosen siibje/t. In his convincing address. Mr. Kraly proved with facts and lignrem how inueh had been accomplished toward better government in the states where women have the ball I lie brought forth tin- fact that the greate-t opposition to the cause of eiptal -ulfrage .-nines from the -aloon. gambling and other undesirable elements, machine politicians and Mime of the large corporations, who steadfastly oppose anything toward the furthering of good government. Much applause greeted Mr. Ilralx’- suggestion that those women who do not care to give the time from bridge panic- and other feminine fri\ lilies, to vote, and throiign ignor...
A FAREWELL WORD. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
A FAREWELL WORD. The present edition of the Eagle Rock Sentinel is published by Mr. W. L. Miller, formerly of Upland, Cal., who has purchased the plant and the good will of the business from the undersigned. It is now the latter’s painful duty to offer the customary valedictory speech to the public. This function is not a mere formality to the writer, because it was only with reluctance that he decided to part with his friends and the pleasant surroundings. While, from a business standpoint, the sale of the Sentinel proves highly satisfactory to the parting owner, he expresses his sincere sorrow that he has to leave Eagle Rock that is so dear to his heart. It is however, the ambition of the founder of this enterprise to gather experi- . ence upon the field of daily newspaper work, and this plan is the only reason for his leaving. As far as the public is concerned, the worthy successor of the writer will more than supplant the vacancy caused by my exit. The mere fact that Mr. Miller ...
A WORD OF GREETING. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
A WORD OF GREETING. With this issue we assume the full ownership and editorial control of the Sentinel. It is with a mixed feeling of pleasure and fear that we take up the responsibility of trying to till the needs of a live and progressive newspaper for this new hut thriving little city of Eagle Rock. 'l'he pleasure lies in the fact that we like the newspaper business, and feel that the opportunity here is an exceptional one to build up a patronage and a business of which any one may feel proud. The fear comes from the realization of the fact that to guide this paper along the right lines, and make the Sentinel the power and influence for growth and prosperity in this vicinity it should be is no small task. A paper this size is just as important in its field of usefulness as any great daily paper in its field. It shall lie our constant endeavor to make the Sentinel just the best purely home and local newspaper that our ability will permit. We realize that it is our duty to give you...
BY WAY OF INTRODUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 3 May 1911
BY WAY OF INTRODUCTION Coming to Eagle Rock an entire stranger, we thought it might not be ; entirely out of place, by way of intro-; duction to the Sentinel readers, to herewith print two or three kindly notices given by the press upon leaving our former field of work. While personally we feel very grateful toour brother editors forthe kindly .words so freely given, we have no desire to intrude with personal reference te ourselves only in so far as they may give information to our readers and new neighbors. W. E. Miller, at present connected with the Upland News, has purchased the Eagle Rock Sentinel and will take charge on May 1. Mr. Miller is a talented and experienced newspaper man and he will give Eagle Rock efficient and meritorious service. The Courier wishes him prosperity. Claremont Courier. On May Ist, W. L. Miller, who has I been a valuable member of The News start', will sever his connectioh with this publication, having this week purchased the Eagle Rock Sentinel. Mr. M...