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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
AH the Comforts of City Life Eagle Rock Avenue—Sc Car-Fare We Build the Best Houses WHY PAY RENT? We will build a bungalow to suit you large or small. All that is required of you is a small cash payment, the balance is like rent. Plans Free. Call at once and let us tell you all about it. WE SELL LOTS ON T EASY PAYMENTS Our Prices are the Lowest Phelps-Shannon Investment Co. Eagle Rock Avenue and Mahanlonga Way Phone Eait 565 All the Advantages of Country Life
Local Events [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
Local Events The street -work on Central avenue U now completed. Robert Law has commenced the oiling of Strickland road. Otto Sehroeder will soon commence the erection of his new home at Oelnandale place. Mr. Clarence Clark has purchased a house and lot of Myers tc Kulli in Annandalc Heights. Miss Bertha Peterson spent Sunday as the guest of Mrs. T. E. Shannon, on Mahantonga way. Mr. Harry Van Sitter and wife spent Sunday with Mr. Will Van Sitter on Mahantonga way. The Phelps-Sliannon Co. are building a five-room homo for J. H. Perry in New York valley. The Phclps-Shannon Co. have sold their new six-room house in Annanway to Joseph Fritsehe of the National lee Co. Phelps-Sliannon Investment Co. report having sold lot 9, Fairmont way, belonging to T. H. Stewart to a local ■calty firm. Mrs. Pollard and family are enjoyirg a fle'sant visit from Mrs. Pollard’s niece, Miss Minnie Gorsey of Claieu out. Bessie Stovers of West 32nd slice; and Miss Louie Robins of High--1 ■ d Pa:k, woie call...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
T. E. SHANNON, Pres. East 565 P. W. PHELPS, Sec’y East 594 “HOUSES BUILT ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN'’ PHELPS-SHANNON INVESTMENT CO. Incorporated, Capital Stock 950,000 BEAL ESTATE, RENTALS AND INSURANCE GENERAL HARDWARE Eagle Rock Avenue and M a taantonga Way East 565 You Furnish the Bargains 1 will Furnish the Customers I Must Have Bargains to Satisfy Customers Geo. Diddock, Corner Central and Colorado Sts. Eagle Rock Valley. Phone East 2225 f flj £ AS f Phones: East 11 Home 30272 Montgomery &amp; Mullin Lumber Co. Highland Park Red or Yellow Carranza (Jar to Avenue 81. Sunset Glendale 2011 Home 334 Pulliam Undertaking Co. C. O. PULLIAM, Prop. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Parlors, 919-921 West Fourth Street, Glendale fiAT.T.a answered day or night lady attendant Robert Henry Brown, Pres. Fred E. Biles, Cashier P. F. Schumacher, Vice-Pres. Ada Carr, Assistant Cashier Eanlr %ork IBank Capital, 925,000 Fun Paid Plenty of Money to Loan on Eagle Bock Property ,We are working wit...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 9 March 1910
J. t EDWARDS Cement Contractor ALL WORK GUARANTEED R. F. D. No. 1, Box 261 Phono East 2305 EAGLE BOOK f PROFESSIONAL ) Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. in., 2 to 4 p. m. Sundays by appointment DR. S.Y. VAN METER 5038 Pasadena Ave. Highland Pari Pljones: East 32 &lt;l-9011 Residence, 14*1 East Ave. 53 Phones: East 2265, Home 39342 Office, 2103 Central Ave. Both Phones LINCOLN ROGERS Physician and Surgeon Residence, one block west of end of Eagle Bock Avenue car line Phone East 2217 MahT39lo F-7800 OTTO SCHROEDER Attorney at Law 508 Mason Block 4th and Broadway* Los Angeles WILLIAMS- Jeweler 5807-Pasadena Avenue-5807 Expert Repairmen; Watches, Clocks, Spectacles —in. fact, “any old thing”
TO STUDY EARLY HISTORY OF STATE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
TO STUDY EARLY HISTORY OF STATE We are glad to notice that there is a strong movement in this state for paying more attention to California’s early history. It is altogether fitting and proper that the school children should learn the history of this state rather than the particular details of the early life of Massachusetts or Virginia. California’s history is indeed a series of romantic tales. Let the children know the deeds of Cabrillo and Viscairo and Juniperu Serra, Let the teachers tell them all the interesting stories of the missions, of San Diego, the oldest mission; San Luis Bey, the most poetically environed; San Juan Capistrano, of most tragic memory; San Gabriel, the most imposing; and Santa Barbara, the most perfectly preserved. And after the children have learned to love old California, show them the wonderful transformation of the Mexican province into a part of the United States; the deeds of Fremont, the leader of the Bear Flag Revolutionists and the conquest of Mon...
SIGN THE CONTRACTS FOR GAS SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
SIGN THE CONTRACTS FOR GAS SERVICE Through the efforts of the Eagle Rock Improvement League and alao the Eagle Rock Improvement Association, the inhabitants of the entire territory of' Eagle Bock Valley and Eagle Rock avenue will soon enjoy the blessings of gas service for fuel and lighting purposes. Mr. Luckenbach, representing the Los Angeles Gas and Electric Corporation conveyed this glad information in person to the members and guests of the League assembled in formal meeting, and the League went on record by a rising vote as endorsing the plans of the corporation referring to the service of that valuable commodity. The Sentinel fully appreciates the good will of Mr. Luckenbach and bis concern. We are offered gas at the rate of “80 cents per* 1000,” which which price is absolutely fair, being the same as that in the city. The contracts to be signed by the consumers are drawn up in such a liberal manner that no property holder or tenant is bound in any unreasonable way, but only ...
EAGLE ROCK LADIES ENTERTAIN RAMBLERS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
EAGLE ROCK LADIES ENTERTAIN RAMBLERS A large number of ladies of the Rambler’s section of the Ebell club of Highland Park were welcomed by the ladies of the Twentieth Century club at Eagle Rock Canyon on Wednesday. A delicious luncheon had been prepared by the Eagle Rock ladies and was served on tables appropriately decorated for the occasion on the tennis court of the Hannaford property. One of the features of the decorations was the words “Welcome Ramblers” made of leaves and branches in a most artistic way. After an interesting program which was prepared by the Ramblers, Mrs. Cowan and Miss Mary Richardson sang “Good Enough for Me,” which is the club song, the words having been written by Mrs. A. H. Harrison. The legend of Eagle Rock was told by Mrs. G. Kightlinger, and proved exceedingly interesting. The ladies next made a trip through the canyon to the Rock which was also much enjoyed. Rev, W. A, Hare is having a modern 7-room bungalow built on Ridgeway avenue. The cement work ...
WELCH BUILDING NEARLY COMPLETE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
WELCH BUILDING NEARLY COMPLETE The store building* of T. B. Welch on Central avenue, near Colorado, will soon be entirely completed, The building is divided into two stores, one of which will ‘be occupied by Mr. Welch’s up-to-date drug store, while the other will be rented to another party. The building will have a pressed brick and plate glass front and equal other buildings in attractiveness.
VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETS [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
VALLEY IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETS A meeting of the Eagle Rock Valley Improvement Aaaociation was held at the Rockdale school on Thursday evening, with president Herzog in the chair. The question of improving Sycamore avenue came up and a committee consisting of Messrs. Fleming, White and Schroeder, Jr., was appointed to confer with County Supervisor Pridbam in reference to the matter. The question of providing transfers to passengers traveling south on the Eagle Rdck line will be taken up with the railway company. Several new members were initiated and the club now seems to be on a fair way to working with more energy and success than ever before. Secretary Davis has requested the Sentinel to make the announcement that the next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 17, at 8 o’clock, at the Rockdale school. It will be a very important one as the question of building a club house, improving of streets, and other questions of great interest will be discussed. , The business meetin...
LADIES' AID DOING GOOD WORK [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
LADIES' AID DOING GOOD WORK The Ladies’ Aid Society held a meeting at the home of Mrs. Shannon on Mahontonga Way on Wednesday, with a large attendance. A great deal of good work was done. New officers were elected for the ensuing term. They will meet again today at the home of Mrs. Harwood on Mariposa street, and it is desired to have as many ladies attend as possible.
MEETING OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
MEETING OF 20TH CENTURY CLUB The regular meeting of the Women’s Twentieth Century club of Eagle Rock wan held on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Allen. The following was the program: What is Wowen’s Part in the War Against Child LoborMrs. L. F. Reed. Report of Investigation of the Sale of Child Labor Products—Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Bourne. Music—Mrs. Allen. Roll Call, Responses, Personal Thoughts repording child labor.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Buy mid boost homo products. • • • No registering; no voting. No tickey, no washey. • • • The new park probably to be created as a connecting link between Garvanza and Highland Park would be a ine improvement. • « • The Sentinel hopes that the movement for securing a high school on the east side of the Los Angeles river will be successful. • • • Bight now Kagle Rock Valley presents a fine picture. Clouds of pink blossoms fill the peach orchards and the white petals have begun to burst the buds on almonds and apricot trees. • • • We fully agree with City Attorney Hewitt of Los Angeles, who holds that the city council is the judge of what is adequate car service and that they can compel the street cr companies to increse the number of cars and to improve the service. • • • We are glad to notice that our friend, Mr. Baqjuis, the conscientious building inspector of the City of Los Angeles, opposed the ordinance allowing concrete buildings as high as 133 feet, warning the City Fathers no...
General News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
General News The Coast Line has resuntpd its! traffic that was interrupted by wash outs. The Temple Block has been selected as the site of the new City Hall of Los Angeles. .Tune 14 has been set as the date of electing a successor for Alderman Plant of Los Angeles, who has tendered his resignation. The school children in Fresno Valley have been organized into an army of mosquito fighters. No mosquitoes in Fugle Bock Valley, thank Godl The people of Los Angeles County are promised 100 miles of good roads fr this year. If the mark be reached nly half way, there will be general congratulations. A petition for the nomination of W. O. Welch, the genial present tax collector of Los Angeles County, and who is aspiring to a well-deserved second term, is being circulated in the Valley and finding many signers. The taking of the school census will begin April 15 by census marshals appointed by boards of school trustees on or before. April 1. The complete report must be handed to the county su...
THE KNOCKER [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
THE KNOCKER The knocker is not always the man who stands on the corner and abuses everything and everybody he can think about. He isn’t always the man who, because he is not enjoying the trade that lie had several years ago, de dares that the town has gone to the dogs, that everyone is a fool to put a dollar into the town or buy anything at home. He is sometimes the man who has a store where he depends upon the trade of the city for a living, where he invites all the people of the city and surrounding country to come and see him with a view of buying from him, BUT, when HK wants to buy something he sends to one of the mail order houses for it. Is that the kind of a merchant that can be depended upon to help build up a city? Bury your hatchet, brother, throy away your Montgomery Ward catalogue, boost for the town, get that long drawn-out look off your face; in other words, Smile, Darn You, Smile. —Ex.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 16 March 1910
Phone Bust 1148 Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Bock and vicinity and we therefore, greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Bock East 2070 E. E. Quinn, Prop. Eagle Rock Meat Market Choice Meats, Fish, Poultry, Etc. Sour Krout and Oysters Daily trips made through Eagle Bock Your patronage solicited Seasonable Prices Colorado ami Central Aves. Eagle Bock m « 4FI&amp; MeCALL PATTERNS Celebrated lor style, perfect lit, simplicity and reliability nearly 40 years. Sold in nearld every city and town in the United States and every city . _ _ Canada, or by mail direct. More sold than any other make. Send lor Iree catalogue. m«call*s magazine More subscribers than any other lashion magazine—million a month. Invaluable. Latest style*, patterns, dressmaking, null in cry, plain sewing, fancy needlework, hairdressing, etiquette, good stories, etc. Only 60 cents a year (worth double), including a free pattern* Subscribe tod...