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BRIDGE PI.ANS ACCEPTED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
BRIDGE PI.ANS ACCEPTED County Su|)ervlsors To Pass On Plans For Proposecl New Bridge to Span Romantic River Plans for the large ecment bridge to span the Arroyo at Colorado street connecting this place with Pasadena, which have been worked upon for over a year at last have been completed and approved by the Pasadena board of trade. They now are in the hands of the county surveyor and will be re. ported upon at an early date. This proposed construction means more for the development of this section than any other immediate improvement planned. It will connect Eagle Rock with other choice residence sections completing the great highway system which will bring the towns of Southern California in closer touch. The traffic of all the show places of the world will pass through the center of our city and the beauties of this unrivaled place will be admired by the traveling millions. The bridge planned has 1400 feet of concrete construction, with 900 feet covering six handsome arches. There...
TRUSTEES ISSUE STATEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
TRUSTEES ISSUE STATEMENT The following condensed statement has been prepared especially for the “Sentinel” by the board of trustees of the Annandale school trustees: Assets Special Tax $3,000.00 Apportionment for 1910 6,400.00 Balance on Hand — Salary Fund $12.21 Special Fund 1.46 Building Fund 22 Library Fund 6.32 Liabilities Warrants issued prior to July 1, 1910, on account of Special tax: Jones’ Book Store $ 64.04 Phone, Annandale Sch. Dist.... 37.50 San Rafael Ranch, water rate. 4.90 Fitzgerald Co., piano rent (disc) 75.00 ('has, Green, Hardware 11.25 F. S. Hannaford, Plumbing . . 2.30 Teachers’ Salaries, 35% due June 231.50 Montgomery &amp; Mullin, Lumber. 4.75 Highland Park Bank, Note on acct. of grading and cement work 225.00 Eagle Kocjf Water Co 50.10 $706.34 Liabilities—Estimates— County Fund overdrawn $ 6.50 Library Fund Reserved, 2%.. 128.00 Salaries, 9 teachers 6,255.00 Arroyo School rent, 9 mos. . . 180.00 Salaries, 2 janitors 9 mos. ... 216.00 Salary, 1 janitor...
SHAMEFUL ACT_ COMMITTED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
SHAMEFUL ACT_ COMMITTED Some malicious scoundrel who ought to bo ashamed of himself committed an indescribable act at the Methodist church last Sunday. The intruder must have been a boy whose mind is about as narrow as an infant’s index finger without respect for himself or the other folks in this Valley. It seems impossible that it could have been any one of Eagle Rock but if ho is he surely is not a very representative specimen.
LADIES’ DID SOCIETY LUNCH [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
LADIES’ DID SOCIETY LUNCH Mrs. G. H. Brown of La Prada Park entertained the first division of the Ladies’ Aid Society of the Highland Park M. E. church at a dinner party Wednesday. After a short business session the ladies retired to the dining room which had been decorated for the occasion beyond all description. it was festooned with witches, pumpkins, bats, cats, ghosts, skeletons and various other articles combining in harmony, making a most elegant decoration. In the center of the room stood the table on which was a large brass kettle dating back into history over a century. Favors for each of the ladies were placed in this Kettle. They were pumpkin colored baskets filled with candy. Appropriate refreshments added to the delight of the event. The following ladies were present: Mcsdames Avery, Black, Bland, Brigham, Cassels, Collins, Colby, Cliff, Coryell, •T. G. and M. V. Cortelyou, Dinsmore and Greeves. Garvanza's popular, dependable,! drug store embraces everything curalive. ...
“mil" oyww Throng Gathers to Secure Extra Copies of Issue Containing Poem [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
“mil" oyww Throng Gathers to Secure Extra Copies of Issue Containing Poem The issue of Saturday last will ret ceive a conspicuous position on the his- ■ torial role of the famous Eagle RockValley. A poem giving the minutes of a recent so called ‘‘Joint meeting” held at the Rockdale school house to bring about the incorporation of Eagle Rock as a city was the feature. There was a “run” on the ‘‘Sentinel” office for extra copies and the hundred copies which were printed fertile occasion were disposed of in but a few minutes after the morning mail had been distributed. ‘‘Print more” came the shouts of the angry mob nf ter the supply had exhausted, and tbo publisher did so only to be forced to do the same again, until all demands had been supplied. There remain yet a few more copies at Swan's dry goods store and the Engle Rock drug store, the special agents, and the same can be had upon the asking and, of course, the neces sary price.
A Social Call [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
A Social Call By “The Observer’’ Whether it be a scattered unineor I porated village or even a forlorn little I mining sotelenient, the first call upon i the new comer is an obligation which the women who represent the social! '■ element of that place cannot eonscien | tiously shirk. It is often inconvenient there is no doubt about that, and in many cases it is neglected or absolutely ignored. Hut nevertheless the obligation is still there and persistently lingers in one’s | conscience like the half forgotten unanswered letter of a bygone friend. Hut when one remembers now their own loneliness was dispelled by the cordial hand of welcome extended by the first callers,'they cannot but feel i that it is not only a social duty but 1 the part of the Good Samaritan as well. It was such a kindly, neighborly act j when a lady the other day rang the i door bell of a very new resident and said she had come to welcome her to the Valley. How happy it must have made the stranger lady feel to ha...
EAGLE ROCK PLAYS GLENDALE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
EAGLE ROCK PLAYS GLENDALE The boys of the Eagle Rock school had a merry time last Saturday when they played! ball with boys of the Glendale school on the local diamond. There was enthusiasm throughout the entire game but it was not until the score stood 12 to 15 in favor of the latter team that the game became ex. citing. This, however, suddenly ceased when one of the boys of Eagle Rock I ecame disabled and another wanted to fill the vacancy by taking his plan, lint to this filendale protested as they feared that it would be to flieir disadvantage and thus the game was broken up. The “foreigners” gathered their mits, bats, and other parapher nalia and with frowns on their faces left the Eagle Rock boys in amazement.
TIME FOR DANCE AND SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
TIME FOR DANCE AND SOCIAL Hallowe'en is again drawing near and no announcements for a social or a dance for this date has been made. In fact there has been no gathering of the young people of the valley for the past half year. Now we would like to see a dance and social for this event and would like to hear a few suggestions from some one.
Citizens Unjustly Criticized [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
Citizens Unjustly Criticized Editor Classed as irres|)onslPle, Slanderous and Careless hi) Ikiillie, a brother Pen-Pusher Editor Sentinel, Eagle Rock. Hear Sir—ln an article entitled .“Incorporation Without Represent* tion,” an irresponsibly reckless writer in the Highland Park Herald seys concerning the action of the Eagle Rook . city incorporation committee in puttlishing notice of incorporation petition; “Instead of publishing the no* j lice required in a local newspaper, which has some readers in this section, they took it to an obscure sheet in Hast Los Angeles which is never seen here, the evident purpose being to slip one over on a lot of people in Annaddale.” This is preposterous bosh, strongly tainted by libel. It is only saved front criminality by the the cowardice of the slanderer who refrains from pub. lishing the names of the gentlemen , who are the subjects of his prevarica- ; tion. Ono of them is a very well known and popular physician, with a big city practice in Los...
California Will Reap Big Proftt [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
California Will Reap Big Proftt The action taken by the special session of the Legislature, which was have been the one thing required to make the Panama-Pacific International Exposition an enterprise in which all California can well afford to become interested. In the archives of State legislation there is no record of a measure equally Important upon which all factions, parties and sections agreed so promptly and so completely. The reflecting citizen will grasp quickly the value of a California united upon the larger and more essential things, and probably will decide for himself, after the twentieth century fashion, that the achievement of this result is worth all that the exposition is likely to cost in the matter of taxes. There is the probability, however, that California will profit immediate'y through the unusual forms of advertising that the State secures abroad through the 1915 fair. It is many years since the region west of the Mississippi River was afforded a chance to d...
BOOSTERS GET BUSY Write to Congressional Friends to Work for San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
BOOSTERS GET BUSY Write to Congressional Friends to Work for San Francisco. At the head of this editorial we run the trade mark of the Panama-Pacific Exposition Company, which is handling the arrangements to have San Fran cisco selected as the site for the proposed Panama-Pacific Exposition to be held in 1915 to commemorate the completion of the Panama canal in that year. Among other things the trade mark says: “Get your congressman to vole for San Francisco, 1915.” We have no reason for appealing to our congressman, for William P. En glehright is one of the enthusiastic boosters for San Francisco. But it la probable that many of our readers who have come from the Bast, South and Middle West to settle have congressmen whom they know and to whom they could write with great effective ness. If there are any such it is their duty to obey the admonition contained in the trade mark of the exposition company of San Francisco. . . . It would make ns ridiculous In the eyes of the world if we...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
$ p p r p % Underwear Rompers Overalls Ginghams Muslins Flannels * A. N. SWAN Dry Goods and Notions s * [ I Strong and Durable Children’s Hose “Isis” Hosiery a Specialty. Men's Underwear, Ribbons Laces Embroideries Buttons Braids Trimmings T t t ♦ ± t t ♦ t ? f f J J T ? ♦!&lt; ♦ V Black Cat Brandi Hosiery Rosenblatts "Arrow" Collars FINE STATIONERY SCHOOL SUPPLIES Children’s Shoes, Ladies’ Patent Leather Belts, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons, Blankets, Comforters, Cotton Batts, Rubber Boots and Shoes, Umbrellas, Toys Dolls and Games. We keep every thing you expect in a first class dry goods store. ROSENBLATTS, GARVANZA DEP’T STORE. Tell Your Secret wants in Real Estate to KULLI AND HERZOG At the end ot the Eagle Rock Avenue car line. Phone East 960. They will find Bargains For You East and Back VIA THE Southern Pacific A FEW MORE DATES DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS, PUEBLO Fare $55.00 Sales Dates, September 21, 22, 23. Return limits, October 31st. OMAHA, TOPEKA, KANSAS CITY Fare $...
mRED MOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 15 October 1910
m RED MOUSE A Mystery Romance Copyright, 1900, by Dodd, Mead D Co. 3 By WILLIAM HAMILTON OSBORNE •■nnt,~ ne Tom himself, "if ever i go Into Ibis concrete business I sball insist upon its use. As a business,” be went on, “wbat can be more profitable than concrete? It produces a wall as solid as a rock and as indestructible as brick. Bricklayers receive $5 and $0 a day, and brick costs money. But this sand, cement, stone and unskilled labor”— Challouer could see millions in it. Meanwhile be was useful at two and a half dollars a day. Now they determined to put bis brain to work for them. It became bis duty to direct the mixing gang at bis end of the new | store. “Don't forget, now; watch out,” said the superintendent, taking him aside“so many barrels of cement, so many barrels of sand and so much stone.” The very first day that he watched the mixing process he discovered that the mixer had put in too much rock and too much sand and too little cement. “Look here,” cried Challouer, “you...