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SHALL EAGLE HOCK HAVE POSTOEFIGE NOW? Postoffice Department Enlightens on This Important Subject. EXPRESS YOUR OPINION ON IT Local Office May Mean That Rural Delivery Be Discontinued. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
SHALL EAGLE HOCK HAVE POSTOEFIGE NOW? Postoffice Department Enlightens on This Important Subject. EXPRESS YOUR OPINION ON IT Local Office May Mean That Rural Delivery Be Discontinued. Shall Kagle Rock have a postoftU'c? This is cmc of the absorbing questions of the hour. And it is a very important one. There are several phases to this matter, however, and there seems to be considerable difference of opinion as to the advisability of trying to secure a postoffice for this city under existing circumstance. There seems to be a lack of real information on the part of many as to just what we can have and what we might lose in case of a change being made. With a view of giving the real facts in the case and helping our readers to know what the government will do at this time we have taken the time and effort to learn the real facts and herewith give them to you. It is practically up to the people of this city to have what they want —that is, we can have a postoflicc if ottr citizens desir...
DECLINES THE HONOR [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
DECLINES THE HONOR T os Angeles, Cal., May 9. 1911. Editor Sentinel:—On several occasions rumors have come to my ears that I am supposed to be a candidate for city trustee to succeed myself. Just who is responsible for these rumors and upon whose authority thev have been made. I do not know, for I certainly have given no one authority to make such announcement. I am just in receipt of a petition signed by some two score citizens asking me to become a candidate, and I nißrht s'ate that 1 have also been approached by others assuring me of 'heir support should 1 consent to run. 1 want to thank these gentlemen, citizens and friends, for their confidence and good feeling and to assure them that I appreciate any value they may place upon my service to our new city. Having considered the matter well. I must decline to permit the use of my name as a candidate. Yours very truly. IT. C. GALLOT'PE.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PARTY Miss Lettie Midgley entertained a number of young people at her home ,m Hill Drive Saturday evening in I'ome- of the birthday of her brother, frank It, Midgley. The young people enjoyed a most delightful even ing. and were entertained with music. - mgs and pleasant games. At the close of the evening delightful refreshment' were served. File guests included Miss May Diddock. Miss Haze! Diddock, Miss Louise Butterfield, Miss Ruby Wright, Miss Merla Metcalfe. Miss Lettie Midgley, Mr. Rudolph Larger, Mr. Laurence Stanch, Mr. John Brewer, Mr. Will Broxholme, Mr. Will Harrangne. Master Charles Cameron Midglev and Mr. frank B. Midgley.
HAPPILY SURPRISED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
HAPPILY SURPRISED Mr. and Mrs. A, M. William were happily surprised last Monday evening by a jolly crowd of their friends, who “just happened in" to spend the evening with them. In token of the high esteem in which these popular young people arc held, a very handsome chair was presented them, on this occasion. Late in the evening a delicious supper was served. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. frank Adams. Miss Beatrice Adams and Tom Adams of Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. 11. A Barbie. Mr. and Mrs. bred William, Mr. and Mrs, 11. f. ''-•hinker. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Morse. Mr. and Mrs. John Frackleton. Mrs. E. Jackson, Mrs. N. J. Lewis, Miss Bernice Kruilop, Miss Gladys Turner, frank Lewis. Burbank E. Lewis, and Ray William.
Announcement [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Announcement A reception in honor ol the Board of Trustees of the Eagle Rock school will be given by the Parent- I cachets Association Tuesday evening. May 16, at 8 o’clock. All residents of Kagle Rock are cordially invited to attend, :i' it will give the parents an opportunity to become acquainted with the trustees. \o admission whatever will be charged. A delightful program will be given by the children of the school.
SUNDAY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
SUNDAY SERVICES. Kpiscopal services wil be held at the Kagle Rock M. K. Church Sunday afternoon at 4 o’clock. Sabbath school is to be held at 2 o’clock. All arc especially invited to attend. Holy family Church. Glendale, Rev. James S. O’Neill, pastor. Mass. 8 and 10:20 a. in. Sundavs. Sunday School 8:20 a. m
Society Notes [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Society Notes Mrs, M. K. Cowan .- -uk with tonsiliti-. Miss Anna Megilligan took a pleasure trip t- 1 Rialto last .Monday . Mrs. J. B. Carr spent Monday calling on iriends in l.u- Migele-. City Clerk Pittman is pretty busy these days, making out the city tax last. Mr. Then V. Watlersoit returned Monday from a week's visit to hiraiteh at Alpattgh, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trnscott of Castle street spent Sunday with friends in Los Angeles. A striking cartoon was made this week by Miss Merla Metcalfe for the Woman's Press Club, apropos of their Journal Day. Mrs. F. L. Booth of Los Angeles, a former resident of F.agle Rock, spent last Friday here visiting relative- and friends. There are several new houses in course of construction in Eagle Rock. While the city is not on a boom, it is steadily growing. Mrs. Mattie Damerell of Castle -treet was called to Glendale last Fri day on account of the serious illne-s of a very dear friend. Mr. P. E. Lewis will do a general contracting and buildin...
CITY TRUSTEES MEET IN IMPORTANT SESSION. Pass Three Ordinances and Order More Street Work to Be Done. MUST KEEP SIDEWALKS CLEAR May Decide to Oil Streets in Preference to Sprinkling. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
CITY TRUSTEES MEET IN IMPORTANT SESSION. Pass Three Ordinances and Order More Street Work to Be Done. MUST KEEP SIDEWALKS CLEAR May Decide to Oil Streets in Preference to Sprinkling. I'lii' regular adjourned meeting; of the oily trustees was held Mondaj evening in the city hall. All members ii| the hnard were present, and some very important business was transacted. In faet, in these formative days in our new city's history there is a great deal of importance to do, and the trustees are giving their best efforts to the work assigned them. President Hailey caled the hoard to order at 8 o'clock, and the minutes of the last meeting were read by City Clerk Pitman. The minutes were approved as read. W. 11. Kllenwood asked for a per mit to use lire arms on his own prem ises, and was given permission to do so. Alderman Young reported that \V. H. I’hill ipi&gt;ie agreed to furnish a team and any machinery needed for city work for $2.50 per day. The offer was accepted. Trustee Cowan ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Spend all the money you can at home. You may get a chance at that dollar again if spent here. You most certainly will never meet it face to face again if spent elsewhere. Don’t forget to advertise Eagle Rock in every way possible. Publicity made Los Angeles and hundreds of other cities throughout the land. Just keep telling some one about it. There is more than one way of doing this. The method is immaterial. But just do it. Andrew Carnegie has just caused great rejoicing at Claremont by sending Pomona College a check for $50,000. Who know but that the next check Mr, Carnegie sends out this way will be one for $lO,OOO to build that Eagle Rock public library. Mr. Franklin O. Schroeder. who established and successfully conducted the Sentinel until May Ist, last, has found a field for his growing ambition and ability. He has purchased a new outfit for newspaper and job office and , will start the publication of a new paper at Rialto, Cab, in San Bernardino Cjunty. It is a live, wideawa...
WRECKS FROM DYNAMITE. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
WRECKS FROM DYNAMITE. During the past live years structural iron and steel works, to the number of between sixty and seventy, in different parts of the country, from Springfield, Mass., to Los Angeles, have been wrecked by dynamite. The property loss by this means has aggregated fully $:i,bOO,UOU. But far more deplorable than this is the loss of life entailed, no less than 112 innocent persons having been killed in these explosions. No single battle in recent years, outside the war between Japan and Russia, has witnessed the destruction of life thus accomplished by dynamite in tne hands of secret assassins. It has spread terror among contractors and builders and is undoubtedly one of the active forces tiiat have operated to produce business depression. Capital hesitates and labor is unemployed because of the fear that work when begun will be wrecked and workmen killed. These explosions have occurred almost without exception in cases where there were lal or disputes involved. It is t...
I LIKE IT FIRST RATE. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
I LIKE IT FIRST RATE. Did you ever live back there in the east or middle west? Well, we have, and we have been trying for some time to think of something to say on the contrast. it would be difficult to write anything more fitting than the follow- : ing: How glorious to live in these ideal days, Where the cold doesn’t kill and the sun doesn’t blaze Where the wind doesn’t rotate with death-dealing spite. Uprooting the forest, turning day into night. Oh! yes, I’m content at the nation’s west gate, ITo bask in the sunshine 1 like it first rate. I have no desire to make tracks in the snow: I was an apprentice at that long ago. I’ve frozen my back and blistered my face, And thought I was warm at the old fireplace, I’ve lugged in wood and thought it was great, But here I’m content 1 like it first rate. I have heard the wild shriek of the pitiless blast, As it swept the bleak fields deep with snow overcast: Heard it rattle the windows and howl with delight, As it searched out the homeless ...
SEND IN THE NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
SEND IN THE NEWS ll i- uiir intention to make.' the Sfiititifl the ln'-l live 1 real new* .paper that is possible. To do that eve will in.id your Hell). I'cw people -eeiu to realize that a new-paper | man aet- news just as any oilier person In I&gt;e- i 11 !»■ told. So please teal ii- tae new- about yourself, your family and your neighbors. It i« not nit of place to tell your local newspaper about what your neighbors are doin.a if yon tell it with the Halit motives. And do not act the idea t at you are the only one who sends or telephones iii news items about \ mrself and family, for yon are not. You will be in a'od company Telephone the new-.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORM Public notice is hereby given (hut ct its meeting held mi the 27th day of March. 1911, the Hoard of Trustees Shearon avenue 867 24 feet to the intersection ol the northwesterly line o| \ iol.a Drive; thence north 21 degrees 28 minutes, east 85.98 feet along the produced northwesterly line of said Viola Drive produced westerly: thence north 88 degrees 1 minute, east 27.22 feet to tiie southwest corner of Lot 47 of said Shcaron Height- Tract; thence north I Garvanza Bakery is -erving thi- vicinity with deliciotthot bread and rolls every allenioon. The cakes, |ii&gt; s a gd cookie- are "so diTferent," 'Try them. 11. M Loud, Prop. In" N. \ve (&gt;4. Last 2517 THE NICHOLS SYSTEM . . OF. . House and Carpet Cleaning BY TIIE VACUUM PROCESS THE GLENDALE CARPET CLEANING CO. GLENDALE, CAL. Office 22M Adams st. Sunset 499
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
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Glassell Park [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Glassell Park Department Feature Page Mrs. Mitchell - : .eaeral days a; Hakerslleld the p:e’ week. Mrs. T. Gillesp . -died her sister. Mrs. Robt. I'alev. leean I'ark Sun day. Mrs. (Irey and Mi- Walter Shaw ■•I Santa liarbara ere quests of Mrs. kurguson Sunday. Miss Margaret i 1 1 n-• &gt;n nf I .ns An geles visited Mis- hit he) Aillaml Sat unlay and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davis of I,ns Angeles visited Mr and Mrs. Coats fnr a short time Sunday. Mrs. K. Installs of Kansas City atrived May Ist and will spend several weeks at Mr. and Mrs T. C. Kdwards. Mrs. lien. Lyons of Australia street entertained Mrs. Chas. Dopp and Miss Helen Doppal luneheon Monday of last week. Mr. .and Mrs. I’alev of &lt; Hassell avenue have taken a cottage at Ocean Dark and expect to remain there for several weeks. Mrs. M. Xesbil and daughter, Miss Ora. of I,ns Angeles, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tltieli.attd. at luncheon Sunday. May 6. Miss Frances Mitchell has returned from Whittier, where ...
Glendale High [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Glendale High The (i\in s-iiris arc nrg.mi/hig -c\ oral ba-cb.ill loam-, l-'.aoh clu-s li"pvtn ho ahlo t. • b*»a.-t *»f ■•no. Aitor tlio positions of tlio \ariou- girl- aro ar ranged wo *n«»;»o t&lt;* havo s.nno inter clas- game-. Arrangement- have boon made b\ Mr. Mayso inward -eeuriiig a loach or and artioK ■- neee--ary for tlio I&gt;• • mostic b'oononn and Manual d rain ing Department whioh i- to bo a now foalnro *»f the seb&lt;**d no\t yoar. Mr. Park- -puke in tlio 1 1 i- -elnml audit* irinin May bib on "Tin* Ini liativo and tho Referendum." Mi--peeeli was very innob approoiatod b\ tlio pupils and they hopo l«» bo abb* to onjoy tho privilege ■ hearing him speak again at some later lime. Idle May festival. f&gt;*r which the students in the (iym. elas-e- havo boon working for -■• hmg P»*»k place last 'Thursday. The May pole ooon piod tlio oonlor *»f tho lawn in front &lt;&gt;f the school and directly in back of the polo was tho (|iio...