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Local News of the Week [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 March 1910
Local News of the Week Mrs. C. Hilton of Eagle Ave. entertained a family gathering on Sunday. The new 7-room house on Oak Grove avenue which Contractor Petera ia building is already under roof. Mrs. John Timkaua of Townsend avenue, who recently spent some time in the hospital, is much improved in health. The Messrs. J. W. and B. J. Broxholme are grading a plot of land preparatory to building a tennis court, at their home at Shire Grove Place. Dr. L. C. Rogers is still making improvements upon his beautiful home place on Oak Grove Drive. We notice several loads of fine rockj being hauled there for terrace walls. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Beattie and Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Stockwell were guests of L. Herzog Saturday and Sunday. The Stockwells are considering buying a lot and building in Eagle Rock Valley. P. A. Knox is gradually making a beautiful sightly home place on the three lots he bought in Saginaw Heights tract from Myers &amp; Kulli some time ago. Every day shows more improvement...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 March 1910
R. C. Josolyn took a good bath Sunday a.m, in hia new home and new bathtub, but forgot that the tub waa not connected and when he pulled the plug the water covered the bathroom to a depth of two inches. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McVicker entertained several week-end guests at their home on Townsend Ave. The number included Dr. and Mrs. Frank Rainie of Manistique, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bloomer, recently of Toledo, O.; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Toliver, Miss Julia Woodco'k and Misses Pendleton of Los Angeles.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 March 1910
f CLASSIFIED ADS ] ! gW~AU ads under these headings will be | I inserted at the rate of 5 cents a line a week M For Sale —Fine large lot, 50x160, $6OO, on easy terms. Apply Phelps Shannon Inv. Co., 852 Eagle Rock Avo. For Sale —New modern 5-room bungalow, $2250; $2OO down, $22.50 a month, 7 per cent. Phone at once, East 565. For Sale.— One pen Black Minorca* of 9 hens and one rooster. Good, vigorous stock. Reasonable prices. Call at Myrtle and Central Ave., Eagle Rock. D. O. McKee. WE DO NOT KEEP BUT WE SELL Jevne’s Bread Just Like Motherlleed to Make Try Our Long-Horn Cheese „ (Eastern) *The Tafie Tells* Order your fresh eggs (or Easter NOW SlplUm-Qton 848 Eagle Rock Ave. G. P. Pollard, Prop. East 400 Bollinger’s Grocery If you want to save money on your My Teas and Coffees are the bed—why not patronize your grocer? Get our prices on Wood, Coal, Grain and Oil. Trips made through Eagle Beck every day. Eagle Bock Ave. East 930 HIGHLAND PARK FURNITURE CO. A lam stock of all kinds of h...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 24 March 1910
HOME GOODS Lawn Mowers Garden Hose .Croquet Sets Hammocks Lawn Mowers Kodaks Wm. H.Hoegee Co. ,ncJ 138-140-142 South Main St &lt; : Douglas Hollingworth &lt; &gt; :: PLUMBING • Phone East 654 I 'Bank Building Eagle Beck Valley ■ Phone East 1148 Rettig and Baldwin GROCERIES We are working with everybody to build up Eagle Rock and vicinity and we therefore greatly desire your trade. Central and Colorado Streets Eagle Rock East 2070 E. E. Quinn, Prop. Eagle Rock Meat Market Choice Meats, Fish, Poultry, Etc. Sour Krout and Oysters Daily trips made through Eagle Rock Your patronage solicited Reasonable Prices Colorado and Central Aves. Eagle Rock Notice to the Public I have in stock three car loads of plumbing supplies, a full line of ail fixtures, and can quote carload prices. Estimates furnished upon request. Jobbing given special attention. Water pipe furnished and laid for half the price of hose. Cesspools a specialty. F. S. Hannaford SANITARY PLUMBING Eagle B...
NO TRANSFERS FOR THE AVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
NO TRANSFERS FOR THE AVENUE The following communication was received by L. Herzog, president of the Eagle Rock Valley Improvement Association; Mr. L. Herzog, President: Dear Sir: —In reply to your favor of the 24th inst. we regret to state that wo cannot grant your request for transfer privileges to our patrons on Main street line, Eagle Rock Ave. branch, who board cars outside of city limits. Will, however, arrange to have an earlier car leave north terminus at 5:30 a.m., commencing Friday, April Ist. Yours Truly, JNO. J. AIKEN, Supt.
Miu France* Miller Entertains [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Miu France* Miller Entertains Miss Frances Miller entertained her guest at a house party. A very charming time was had and the music supplied by the hostess, who is an accomplished pianist, enhanced the pleasure. The lovely canyons of Eagle Rock lured them to enjoy the beauties which they offer. A* trip was taken in the well-known Sycamore Canyon. They also gathered treasures of gold from the- poppy fields. Altogether it proved a most enjoyable affair.
Gives Farewell Reception [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Gives Farewell Reception The reception given by Mrs. Kightlinger on Colorado St. proved a moat charming affair. It was given as a farewell to their friends before commencing their tour of California. Special points of interest in the State will be visited in this trip, which is to be a regular “old-fashioned camping-out” one. The guests entertained at the reception were: Mr. and Mrs. Frackleton, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oates, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Q. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Qoode, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, Miss Bessie Hare, Mrs. Myers of Highland Park, the Misses Olga, and Edna Fitzpatrick. Mrs. Broxholme, Mr. and Mrs. 6. Field Mr. and Mrs. Parker. The decorations were of pink roses and candles, which brought out a beautiful harmony. An interesting feature of the program was that each guest took part in producing the entertainment. As a delightful climax, dainty refreshments were served. Quite a number of new house* are to be atarted at Occidental Park in the next few daya. The Roberta Realt...
ROAD DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT ACT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
ROAD DISTRICT IMPROVEMENT ACT It is not generally known that there is in our statutes a certain law which enables property owners residing outside of organized municipalities to obtain road improvements in a manner similar to the method governing city streets. Realizing the importance of gravel or re-gravel, pile or re-pile, cap that new law for Eagle Rock, the “Sentinel’' offers to the readers an abstract from the “Road District Improvement Act,” passed by our State Legislature in 1907. Power is vested in the Board of Supervisors of every county in this State to grade or re-grade to the official grade, plank or re-plank, pave or repave, macadamize or re-macadamize, or re-cap, oil or re-oil the whole or any portion of roads, streets, avenues, boulevards, lanes or alleys so far as not within the territory of any incorporated city or town and, so far as by dedication or otherwise, public and open to public use and to do so for any length or width 01 the same, one of the same or any nu...
ANNEXATION OF ANNANDALE DISTRICT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
ANNEXATION OF ANNANDALE DISTRICT Annexation petitions are being circulated in order to bring about the annexation of the Annandale school district to Los Angelos city for school purposes only. In order to give the supporters of the plan as well as its opposers a chance of offering arguments, the editor invites both sides to use our column entitled “Pro and Con” for public information. In the meantime the editor will refrain from expressing his individual opinion.
Twentieth Century Qub Meets April Fourteenth [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Twentieth Century Qub Meets April Fourteenth The Women’s Twentieth Century Olub, which meets on the second and third Thursdays of each month, will be held April 14th at the home of Mrs. Schreiber, Eagle Bock. A very interesting program will be given. Talk—“Women’s Work in the Juvenile Courts,” Miss Fanny Bixby of Jjong Beach. Music—Mrs. Arthur Harrison. 801 l acll, responses, current events. The Club’s badges are of a beautiful design. The background is white with a picture of the famous “Eagle Bock” done in green. Below are the words ‘ ‘ The Women’s Twentieth Century Club.”
Our Rostrum [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Our Rostrum In this column our subscribers may express their opinion about public matters of dispute, writing either “Pro” or “Contra,” taking, of course, the responsibility for their articles upon their own shoulders. The name of the contributor must be disclosed to the editor. • • • Miss Mary Foy is one of the best known educators in Los Angeles county, having been principal of one of the Los Angeles city schools for about four years and teacher fqr a longer time in the Los Angeles Iligh School. There are many residents of this school district who can testify from personal experience that Miss Foy is a good teacher. She knows the school business, and it is most fortunate that a woman of her attainments will (Consent to give her time and energy to our schools. That they will take a place among county- schools second to none for efficiency is a foregone conclusion, if the electors do their duty on Friday and return her to the place she has so capably filled since the resignation of ...
THE 1915 EXPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
THE 1915 EXPOSITION Having lived in pretty San Diego for four years, the writer baa, up to the present hour, been an enthusiastic booster for the southern city as the Panama Exposition site. When Ban Francisco “butted in" with a firm grip and an insolent sir, the writer was in line with those who fought ’Frisco and who honestly believed and hoped that San Diego’s just cause would win. As soon as two California towns were in the field for the big honor, the hint came from Washington that there must be no internal differences in California if that State wanted the fair. At that moment the interest of California became superior to the local interest of either San Diego or San Francisco. It became necessary to consult the balance of the cities of California, and a convention of 120 delegates of commercial bodies thpt assembled at Santa Barbara is now on record as expressing the sentiment that San Francisco is the proper place for the big exposition. It is possible that the strange attit...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Eagle Tailoring ft Dye Works SB9O PiMau Amn Ladies’ and Oedts’ garments cleaned, pressed repaired and altered Suits made to order. Highest Quality and Lowest Prices East 2419 Home 38688 MISS A. N. SWAN Dry Goods, Notions, School Supplies and Toilet Articles Symphony Hall Bldg Eagle Bock Colorado and Castle Avenues East 1772 Home 89899 Will M. Morrow PLUMBING AND OAS FITTING Gas Light Eupplies, Gas Plates, Heaters and Ranges Jobbing Promptly Attended to Estimates Given 5719 Pasaidna Ave. Highland Park JAMES DUNCAN —Contractor For— Plain and Ornamental Plastering Estimates cheerfully given 531 W, Ave. 50 Phone E. 1692 W. E. Richmond, Mgr. Borne 39417 Occidental Cyclery We repair anything and everything. Bicycles and motorcycles a specialty. 6037 Pasadena Ave. Highland Park E. Hensler Dairy Co. Fresh Milk and Cream Delivered Daily Located West of Eagle Bock Ave. Sycamore Grocery Otto Lockwood, Proprietor Groceries, Hardware, Fuel, Etc. Satisfactory Gpods Low Prices Sycamore and Avoca A...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
Convenient Tradmg and Qpck Service. A larger assortment than you think. Garvanza Department Store A. Rosenblatt, Proprietor 109 South Avenue 64, Garvanza Phone Eaft 1844 Don't Waste Your Valuable Time Looking for a cheaper article when we are oifering a better, for the same price. A careful and unbiased investigation will soon convince one of this fact. Notice our prices below, then call and see the merchandise. AT 20c Ladies’ face veiling in all colors. Black, white and navy; worth 5Jc yard. AT 10c Light weight dress shields, as good as any 25c kind; all sises, 2, 3 and 4. AT SOc Women’s pure white cotton union suits, low neck, sleeveless, or short sleeves. French ribbed, with lace trimmed knee, or tight knee. A splendid value at this price. All form fitting. AT 5c The Best Eagle pins, superior to all others in quality and finish. AT fi1.26 Boy’s military khaki suits. AT 92.60 Ladies’ shoes, black and tan oxfords; very fashionable; worth #3.50. AT 91-00 Men’s union suits in either ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
The Real Issue of The School Election Shall the Annandale District join with the city of Los Angeles for SCHOOL PURPOSES ONLY? To do so will cut the school taxes in half and also give us far better schools than we ever have had or ever can have as a separate district. The Citizen’s School Committee nominates A. C. DAVIS and R. A. THROOP. These candidates will work to join our district with the city schools, and will give the whole district a fair and economical administration. Their opponents who are Trustees at present want to keep the district by itself &amp; the taxes high WHY? Come out Friday afternoon and vote for Davis and Throop. (SIGNED) R. C. Daniels Parley Wright Wm. Scheuner Chas. G. Weaver CITIZEN’S SCHOOL COMMITTEE
General News [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 31 March 1910
General News We have no objection to the white rooster hat, as long as the milliner pays the Eagle Bock chicken raiser a fancy price for a fine specimen from his poultry yard. Forty-seven persons were prosecuted in 1909 for violations of the fish and game laws, according to the annual report of W. B. Morgan, county game warden, filed with the supervisors. Olive Gray, the witty causeur of the “h. A. Times,” reports of a lady who is always on time. The editor suggests to place that girl in an exhibition hall as one of the world’s wonders. The State law making vaccination obligatory for all children in the public schools of California, was declared unconstitutional by Judge Lucas F. Smith, in a decision in the Superior Court in Santa Cruz. Los Angeles counyt suffered an aggregate loss of $125,320 from grass and forest • firqs outside the United States forest reserves, according to the annual report of W. B. Morgan, county fire warden, filed with the supervisors. The three counties of S...