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Only Six Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Only Six Holidays. 11 may not be generally known that rural mail carriers only have six holidays in the year and that Christmas is not one of them. “It has come to the notice*of the department that service has been suspended on rural routes on holidays other than those on which suspension is authorized," writes .1. .1. Britt, third assistant to the postmaster general, in the April issue of the United States official postal puide. “The attention of postmasters at rural delivery offices is called bisection ltd of the rural delivery instructions and it is directed that only on the holidays bleated shall rural earners lie permitted to suspedd service on their routes,” These holidays are: New Year's dav, January I. VV asiiinirlon’s birthday anniversary. February 22. Memorial day, May 30. Independence day, July 4. Bailor day, the first Monday in September. And such day as Hie president shall set apart as Thanksgiving day in each calendar year.
Business College Outing. TM. . I ’ 11....... u... :1'..l [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Business College Outing. TM. . I \\’ 11....... u... :1'..l The Issues-Wood bury Business ( idle gu its anmiiil pienie at Long Peachon Friday, May Mil. Special Pacific F.lectric cars left the I’, hi. station at bocloch a. m. carrying a large and jolly crowd. On arrival at the beach the students and faculty boarded the steamer Nell chartered by the College for the occasion. After a two hours'launch the party partook of their luncheon in the Sun Parlors at the end of the pleasure pier, after which dancing in the Majestic Pavilion, and other sports were enjoyed. The Isaacs-Woodbury is the oldest business college in I.os Angeles, having been founded in ISS4. It is now located on the fifth floor of the great Hamburger building, and we learn is enjoying well-merited success.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 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 :;: 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 2(10 varieties of fruit. Cool mountain water. Climate and soil just right. Electric lights and telephone. Fine large lots. I louses built to suit. SEND FOR PLAT Robert Henry Brown Phone East 119 Eagle Rock Bank I.os Angeles, Cal. STRONGHOLD OVERALLS FOR MEN AND BOYS. Children’s Rompers. Ladies’ House Dresses and Aprons. Swan’s Dry Goods Store and Castk Phone East 2857 PROMPT DELIVERY COURTEOUS TREATMENT J. B. MOSER &amp; COMPANY Fancy and Staple Groceries Fresh Fruits and Vegetables PHONE EAST 1148 FER-DON BUILDING The Los Angeles Examiner o o ® 9 The One Live Wire Among the Newspapers of the Great Southwest : s Alert. *. Accurate. *. Aggressive .*....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
Want Column AN EX PERI KNC E I) MILLINER will m.ik i* tv Mil ,it \ ■ unlfi'-. I .o , . o S :m' - I&gt;' \ i - S!' ■r i . FOR SALE Rh .do Island R ! - - .r haloliin.;. l’r. .in til •; ■" ■ d -1. I. SI 50 1.. 15 1 1 * 11 ' i ’ ■" i: &gt; -.. k 75 .tii t-:• &gt;r I - M ; i’ 1 o..rnoi (.'. dor.id.. mid K. 11i\ :: ii. Mi..nr K..-: Jn'M. LOST Sm.dl .111 io,ll.'r inn . 'i lainitin I.id&gt;'- indd «at oh I 1 undo R-.ok I- indor rotiini t .1 11. M. .-or C" lit. n-ory -l"i'o, m 1 r. ooivc roward. FOR SALE—II..u-o and I n ,u \ ■ d ( a.-tlo Ax o. at loss 1 hail o.■ -' I' ; '■• s_M-tI. 7 r.&gt;..iii In.u-o. F. M Sj.ni WANTED i &gt;nlor- :o' d. Nx in hrnidorod lialiy luniiiol-, h •. 1 i.■ -. i-lo I 'all al Mi-- Snan'- -' • ■ rid -oo samplo of work. B. E. LEWIS CRAFTSMAN Contractor and Builder—Plans Secured. Estimates Given Victoria St., Fatrlc K«’t Valley H. F. 11. No. I, 1...» Anjrd. s Reduced r ares East for the season of 1911 spinal occasion excu...
ORDINANCE NO. 13 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
ORDINANCE NO. 13 An ordinance in relation t&lt;&gt; the obstruction of sidewalks. The Hoard of Trustees of the City of l ;ii&gt;le Koek do ordain as follows: Section I. it snail be unlawful for any person, linn, or corporation having charge or control of any lot or premises within the City of Kagle Rock, either ;is owner, lessee, tenant, or otherwise, to allow any limb, twig or leaf of any bush or tree growing upon such lot or premises or upon any sidewalk or public street or alley in front of such lot or premises, to interfere with or obstruct the free passage of pedestrians or vehicles along such sidewalk, street or alley. Whenever any bush or tree growing in or upon any sidewalk of any public street or alley, or growing in or upon any premises in such manner that any portion thereof shall overhang any such sidewalk, is greater than fifteen feet in height, the lower limbs, twigs, or leaves of such bush or tree shall be kept removed at all times so that at n...
ORDINANCE NO. 12 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
ORDINANCE NO. 12 An ordinace amending Ordinance No. 5. entitled. "An ordinance tning the compensation of certain ollicers of the City of Eagle Rock." adopted March 37. 1911. in relation to the compensation of the Street Snperin tendent. The Hoard of Trustees of the City of Eagle Rock do ordain as follows: Section 1 Section three of Ordin ance No, 5 entitled. "An ordinance living the compensation of certain officers of the City of Eagle Rock.” adopted March 37. 1911. is hereby amended to read as follows: Section 3. The compensation of the Street Superintendent of the City of Eagle Rock is hereby fixed at two dollars and fifty cents ($3,591 per day for the time actually spent by him in the discharge of his duties as such Street Superintendent. Section 3. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage of this ordi nance and shall cause the same to he printed and shall also post the same in three of the most public places in the said City of Eagle Rock, and thereupon and thereafter it shal...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 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 Fhcne East 399. Heme 39044 R. A. BAKER COMPANY:: Fuel, Feed, Cement, Gravel, Sand, Crushed Rock. Cobble Stone. Hardwall Plaster, Wcod and Metal Lath, Furniture and Piano Moving, Transfer and Storage Office 6050 Pasadena Ave. Los Angeles. Cal. 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 p 0 Eagle Rock Dahlia Gardens 600 VARIETIES OF DAHLIAS The dahlia. 1»\ reason of it* wonderful diversity :-&gt;nn and e 1 v. . becoming the most popular of all flowers. Now is the time to p plant Dahlias. 1 have the finest on the coast and have originated - .n.of the finest in the world. Catalog and culture instructions tree up•■n request. J. J. Broomall, Dahlia Specialist K. F. D. N'o. 1. Box 232. \ Los Angela. Cal. I RITCHEY AND GROTTHOUSE ‘The Eagle Rock Hardware Men" 111 'J I Castle and Colo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 10 May 1911
1 Business and Professional Cards DH, MYRTLE FHINNEY DR. CARLE H. PHINNEY Osteopathic Physicians Phone Fairmount Ave. East 2433 near Colorado. i Sunset Glendale 1013 Home 723 Glendale Steam Laundry Patronize Home Industry Work Called for Wednesday and Returned Saturday j Rest Work E. 11. Howard, Mgr. Plans Estimates HENRY A. SCHROEDER CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Residence Glendale Place, Eagle Rock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Phone East 2762 Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Goods Low Prices Sycamore 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 SSI). Home 39314. Fire Insurance!!! How about the insurance? Look it up and let me know. W. R. MEYERS 107 S. Ave. .4, Garvanza Home...
CITY COUNCIL MEETS IN OE6ULAR SESSION Pass on Many Things of Much Good to our Fair City. MUST CLEAN UP THE STREETS Much Street Work Planned $847.97 More Received From County. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
CITY COUNCIL MEETS IN OE6ULAR SESSION Pass on Many Things of Much Good to our Fair City. MUST CLEAN UP THE STREETS Much Street Work Planned $847.97 More Received From County. The regular adjourned meeting of the city trustees was held in the city hall on Monday evening. All the members of the hoard responded to the roll call by Clerk Pitman. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The first business to engage the attention of the hoard was to accept an invitation from the city council of Glendale to attend the celebration and barbecue to be given by that city on Thursday of this week. City Clerk Pitman read a letter from the clerk of the county board of supervisors staling that a balance of $K4(i.97 had been voted to the city of Kagle Rock as its share of the road fund. The clerk was instructed to get the money. A communication was received from Dr. 11. C. Phinney, outlining suggestions for an ordinance on health and sanitary regulations. It was received and on m...
STREET WORK PLANNED. Public Works Board Plans Some Work in the Way of Improving Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
STREET WORK PLANNED. Public Works Board Plans Some Work in the Way of Improving Streets. On last Saturday, in accordance with a resolution passed at the last meeting of the city trustees, the public works hoard and City Engineer Hixhy made a tour of inspection over the city to see what should he done in the way of fixing up some of the most needed places. It was found, as was expected, (hat there was an immense lot of work that ought to he done, and so many people were asking that this or that must he done at once that the hoard found it a pretty hard task to know just what it could do and satisfy the majority. Some of the wellmeaning citizens seem to forget two very important facts, and they are that the city has heen incorporated less than three months and that the amount of money to do the work is very limited. The hoard finds it impossible to do anything hut what they deem absolutely necessary and thatonly a little at a time. They find it necessary to put the matter of expense o...
ATTENTION, BOYS AND GIRLS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
ATTENTION, BOYS AND GIRLS Do you waul to make a little easy extra motley for jour graduation time? If so, wo will ask you b. call at the Sentinel office any lime this week and leant how to do it. We want woitr or live scrool hoys and girls front the .ages of 12 to In Mrs. 1111 a Flagg Voting, sttperin tcndcut of the Chicago public schools, has started a movement to put 2(H), (Hid children into the greatest organ i/ed search ever known, for little Kish Paroubck, who is believed to have been kidnapped from her home. Mrs. Voting has requested every child at tending the public schools to ail in the search for the lost girl.
Our Neighbors [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Our Neighbors Riverside At Sherman institnta, ill Indians ware graduated May in. Burbank Work is to ha begin on tha alaatria railway to this place next waak, and will ha pushed to rapid completion. Ontario Tha Methodist Church has lat tha contract for tha creation of a $40,000 church. Tha money has haati subscribed. Tropico Adam Nimmick, aged SI, dropped dead of heart failure hare. 11a had been in excellent health for one of his years. Alhambra Senator Newton Thompson was given a grand banquet by the hoard of trade at which 200 members of hoard of trade attended. South Pasadena Mission street, Pasadena Avenue and Monterey Hoad and Arroyo drive are all to he paved under the Vrooman act. San Fernando A vote on the question of incorporating this town will he taken in the near future. Glendale W. E. Evans was selected as city attorney to succeed K. 1,. Muhlenman, resigned. The salary was fixed at $50.00 a month. Pasadena Robert Bagley, aged II). while trying to steal a ride on a passeng...
CANDIDATE FOR CITY THUS TEE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
CANDIDATE FOR CITY THUS TEE Eagle Rock, l.il. May 15, I'M I. To llii' I;iy;Io Rock Si , ntiiu , l: i wish to make know n at this lima that in ci •ml&gt;l ia 11 .i- uilii l!i 11-1 j in" I &gt;f a uttmher of M iami- I \i ill be a candidate for City Iru-taa at the ■outing Special Election. It i- only proper to aniioiitiaa that I have no party affiliation- nr politiaal oldiga lions, ami &lt;Io not lialiava in machine polilios. \- I nmlarstaml tha situation. there will I*a lint ona regularly noniiiialail aamliilata. Dr . Ton. I having aonsantail to run for ilia of liaa at too lata a data to file nomination according |, law ITlcrcforc, il mil ha naaa-',aiy lor totals who wish to support nu to wrila tha mama in tha h 1 anl- space on tha hall, it pro vide I for that pnrposa. I al-o wi-h to say that I am not personally aa(piaintad with Dr. Ton ami lliarafora hava nothing to say for or against hint as a aamliilata for tha vaaant of liaa. I simply allow my natna to ha n...
RECEPTION FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES Parent-Teachers’ Association Give Successful Affair for School Board [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
RECEPTION FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES Parent-Teachers’ Association Give Successful Affair for School Board The reception ”iven Tuesday even il l l»* b\ tile Parent Teachers' Asso ciation ffor the school trustees, at the sclnm»l building was a hu.ue site eess in every way. There were about -evenly live people in atteinlanee. \ line program was rendered by the children of the school. Ninons those who participated were: Violin Sob* Martha Spangler. I'iano Solo - - I'lorencc Pecker. Mandolin Solo Klsie Schiioor. I’iano Solo (iladys Tniscolt. Violin Sob* Thelma Stanton. Vocal Solo Master Alvin I bum. Recitation Avis Spangler. Recitation Alice Herder. \lter the program each trustee re -ponded with a few words, thanking the Parent Teachers* \ssociation and the teachers l‘o- their efforts to pro mote a feeling of co operation and vjood will in the affairs of the school The robins were -beautifnlly deco rated by Mrs. I. K Stanton.. Mrs li. I. ( andee and T. A l\&lt;*bert-Refre-hmenls were se...
CAFETERIA GIVEN BYTHE CENTURY CLUB Ladies of Twentieth Century Club Score Bi£> Success With Lawn Fete. REALIZE A HANDSOME SUM Building Fund Greatly Enlarged by the Successful Function. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
CAFETERIA GIVEN BYTHE CENTURY CLUB Ladies of Twentieth Century Club Score Bi£&gt; Success With Lawn Fete. REALIZE A HANDSOME SUM Building Fund Greatly Enlarged by the Successful Function. One ill'the huppit'sl Mini must sur--I'i'ssful scicj.'il uvuids pivun in Kapli Kui'ii this si'iisiin was that pivun hy tin 1 May I'lltritaimiiciil nmimitln' ul' tin' Twi'iitii th &lt; 'i'iil ll r\ Chili last Wudnt'silay windup at tin* huautiful hmiit' ul Mrs. 1,. K. (Jarri't.l. mi liust'inary avi'inu'. Social affairs ul' whatever nailin' aru always a success at this limin' as Mrs. (iarri'll iiuvur falls In iiiakc them surh. This affair was in tin' nature uf a cafeteria suppur anil lawn full', piven hy the I'uniniitlee, \vhit'll was I'limpuseil uf the fnllnwinp well known ladies: Mrs, 1.. K, (iarrett Mrs. ('. ('. I.iiumis, Mrs. Dr. Myrtle I'liiiiney, Mrs. I'. K. Si'hiimaelu'r, Mrs. . \\ , Weir, Mrs. Marry Khuiles, and Miss Anna (). Swan. The house and pmunds were brilliantly lighted ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 17 May 1911
Notice to Property Owners. Your attention is especially railed to ordinance No. IM, governin^ - the ivmovinj»; of all obstructions to sidewalks and the cleaning up of all rubbish, etc., from off the parkway and vacant lots. I’y resolution of the city trusters all such work must he done on or before •lime Ist, P.lll, to prevent prosecution under such ordinance. I. S. Pitman, City ( icrk. SUNDAY SERVICES. I.pi-c -pal -ervice- wil he he’d at the fault I\m k M I Church Sunday a: - to he held at d »'c hck \ll ave c-jM e' .; I y in vited to attend. Hois family Church. Clciidale, Kev. ! '.nn - S O’Neil I. pa-lor. Ma--. S and 10 d&lt;) a. in. Sunday-. Sunday School a. m v/io/fiia a r.'.s--f ’’ &gt; \f/ A /&gt;* FIFTH FLOOR—HAMBURGER BUILDING 100 fii t all ••••• i t tii&gt;isc and &lt;!n-t. Vndeni, ircelul, I'. _'7th year Iways tile leader. Filer any time. F Main 2205. EDWARD KING ISAACS. I’rc.-idcnt.