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OAK GROVE AVE. IMPROVED [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
OAK GROVE AVE. IMPROVED Myers &amp;- Kulli this week let the contract for certain improvements on Oak Grove avenue to Robert P. Law, the contractor. The work will include the grading and oiling of Oak Grove avenue, beginning at Wiota street for a distance of 1,500 feet west. A large number of teams and workmen are already on the job and progress is noticeable. The same fnm will have Mr. Law do other work on Mariposa street in the near future.
IMPROVING COLORADO STREET [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
IMPROVING COLORADO STREET Colorado street, west of Central avenue is soon to have that dignified aristocracy which is characterises to tagle Rock. Material is already on the ground and a large force of laborers are working to install cement sidewalks and curbs on the righthand side westward to Ellenwood drive. Edwards &amp; Wildey are having the work done.
mm or r-i ■EEIjK TOWHT Interesting Program Arranged For Tonight’s Event at Glendale [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
mm or r-i ■EEIjK TOWHT Interesting Program Arranged For Tonight’s Event at Glendale The Glendale Federation of the Parent-Teachers’ Association will hold a meeting in the Union High at Glendale on Saturday evening, October 22nd. Prof. Lickley, who is at the head of the Compulsory Educational Department in Los Angeles, will give an address on “Boys. A musical program has also been arranged in which some of the Eagle Rock talent will participate. Light refreshments will be served. An invitation has been extended to all the surrounding districts and it is hoped that a large delegation from Eagle Rock will attend. There will be no admission fee.
Nonpartisan Paper [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Nonpartisan Paper The publisher of the Eagle Rock Sentinel wishes to especially emphasize the fact that this paper is absolutely non-partisan in every respect. It is not the object of the publisher to bring outside politics into these columns. This paper stands for the welfare of our local community and it will defend and advocate for anything that is beneficiary to this particular district. So far as county, state or national politics are concerned, we are not going to take hand in them. This, however, does not prevent us from taking advertisements from candidates running for political offices. We will accept and have accepted anouncements from nominees of different political parties, whether Republicans, Democrats, Socialists or any other denomination. The matter contained in these “write-ups” is furnished by the advertisers. The editor disclaims any responsibility for the opinions therein expressed. Although run throughout our regular reading matter they are paid advertisements a...
The Gentler Wau [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
The Gentler Wau By “The Observer’ ’ In all walks of life whether it be home, social, or business, it is the quiet kindly speech which touches the finer sense and permeates the entire atmosphere with a glow of good fellowship. Bitter retaliation or even harsh admonition, only raises the ire and instills hatred, while gentleness and kindness inspire the love and unselfishness which create a desire for pleasing and serving others. Did you ever return after a busy bustling day or possibly from some social function with just one little rasping discordant note jangling out of tune, which half unconsciously marred the otherwise pleasant impressions you had brought home with you? Then when you thought it all over you discovered it was caused by one of two things. Either you had made someone unhappy by a rude or thoughtless remark, or else your own pride was smarting trom the tonguelash of an unkind thrust. - How much better it would be if instead of the curt retort or indifferent remark the...
PROTECTION FOR HALLOWE’EN [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
PROTECTION FOR HALLOWE’EN Arrangements have been made by the Eagle Rock Sentinel to have watchmen guard the business section of Eagle Rock on Hallowe’en night, October 'Stsfc.-. . According to some of the older business men there are usually a number of ruffians visiting here on this occasion from adjoining vicinities. Last year considerable damage was done by these invaders. They tore down signs from various establishments and did other mischief. It is to stop this nuisance that this necessary step has been taken. It was a pleasure for rough-necks of other sections which had ample protection, to come to our quiet town where sunch' profanity was never suspected, owing to the high character of the obedient youngsters, to tear up things here where there yas no danger of being caught. If these seekers of such joy will return to Eagle Rock this year they will be tendered a warm reception.
M. C SLOSS-For Judge [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
M. C SLOSS-For Judge Judge M. C. Sloss, incumbent of the office of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, who was high man in the August primary, from all present indications, will duplicate this feat in the general election on November Bth. Judge Sloss has attracted the general attention of the lawyears of this and other states by the legal learning displayed in his decisions. Appointed by Governor Pardec, to the Supreme Court to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Van Dyke in 1905 and then elected by the people to fill out the unexpired term, Jutige Sloss .has, by his force of character and ability, become the best known and most highly man on the bench in California. The people have wisely determined that honestv and ability shall have their reward and that the services of such a man shall not be lost to the state. Judge Sloss is in hearty accord with the progressive spirit of the times and the planks adopted by the Republican party in their convention at San Francisco...
THE LOGICAL PLACE. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
THE LOGICAL PLACE. That San Francisco is tha logical place to hold the world’s fair in 1915 eould not be denied by even the fairest minded people of New Orleans. There is no harbor to New Orleans; It la Inland 100 miles, on a river, but no place to invite the navies of the world, and that will be half a show of itself. It is to celebrate the bringing ocean to ocean together, and with the ■neat harbor in the world San Francisco is entitled to it. Let’s boost ■an Franclsoo and California. —Acton Rooster.
BOOSTERS ORGANIZE IMPROVEMENT CLUB Meeting Held Tuesday Brings About Necessary Action [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
BOOSTERS ORGANIZE IMPROVEMENT CLUB Meeting Held Tuesday Brings About Necessary Action A long felt want was filled when on Tuesday night half a hundred residents of Eagle Rock avenue met at the office of the Phelps-Shannon Co., and organised an improvement league. The necessity of such an organization has been noticeable for a long period of months. The progressive spirit already existing here netted very little—it was want of organisation which is the cause of the present state of affairs. By this step wonders can be accomplished and the very intelligent manner in which the organization was completed deserves comment. There have been nine trustees elected each one living on a different street. These trustees will elect officers and perform other duties necessary for the accomplishment of progress and improvements. Following are the trustees; Messrs.' Teachout, Bridgeford, Maynard, Dinsmore, Darling, Van Sittert, Crawford, Marbut and Clough. Another meeting will be held at the same p...
WHAT IS THEIR EXCUSE? Bxnard Courier Believes All California Papers Should Boost tho Exposition. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
WHAT IS THEIR EXCUSE? Bxnard Courier Believes All California Papers Should Boost tho Exposition. The Oxnard Courier wants to know what excuse any California paper has for not boosting for the Panama-Pa-cific Exposition. Commenting on tho indifference of some and opposition oC others to tho movement, the Courior says: “The editor of the Santa Ana Blade refused the invitation to be the guest of the San Francisco and San Diego Exposition companies at Santa Barbara bu cause he was afraid it would put him under obligations to boostfora9B.oM.Mo bond issue for the benefit of Baa Frnaeisco. The Blade man made a mistake. Ho should have gone to Santa Barbara and listened to the San Francisco and San Diego speakers. A Judge wonMr be a poor Jurist who makes, op hint mind before he hears any of tko arguments. This fair proposition is ons that is not for the glory of San Francisco, but for the glory of California as against New Orleans and Louisiana. The latter State with an assessed valuation of...
DESERVES THE EXPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
DESERVES THE EXPOSITION. The Legislature of California haa dona Itaelf proud. Convanad In extraordinary aaaaion by Oorarnor Olllatt ita members paaaad an net providing 910,000,000 for the Panama-Paclflo International Exposition In 1015, which all Weatarnera hope will go to lan Francisco, which haa proven heraalt the moat marveloua city of the age alnce being all but obliterated by the gigantic dtaaatar of April, 1900. By Ita complete rehabilitation la the abort period of three yeara the Trojana of the Weat have already more than proved their claima to the Exposition, which ahould It go their reatorad city overlooking the Golden Gate would be the greatest the world has ever known.
Editors Endorse Exposition Plan [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Editors Endorse Exposition Plan The full text of the resolution* adopted by the Southern California Editorial Association at its recent notable conference In Santa Barbara in support of the proposition to raise |5,000,000 by a State tax for the PanamaPacific Exposition to be held in San Francisco in 1915 is as follows: Whereas, By virtue of an act of the Legislature of California in extraordinary session assembled, the people of California will be enabled at the general election in November next to vote upon the proposition of levying a special tax on the assessed property valuation of the State to the amount of $5,000,000 in and for the Panama. Pacific International Exposition to be held in San Francisco in the year 1916, and Whereas, We, the representatives of the press of Southern California, in conference assembled, having deliberated together and having heard statements and arguments from representatives of the cities of San Francisco and San Diego, and having received satisfac...
Gloom In New Orleans. [Newspaper Article] — Eagle Rock Sentinel — 22 October 1910
Gloom In New Orleans. It is said that New Orleans is gloomy over the census figures, as these may tend to injure her chances for the Panama exposition. She need not worry so much over the census returns as over San Francisco’s postcard campaign, which is to be launched in a few days.—San Jose Times. A Lively Contest. San Ftanclsco and New Orleans are engaged in a lively contest for the proposed Panama - Pacific International Exposition of 1915. The California Legislature was convened in special session to authorize |10,000,000 for the enterprise. The citizens of San Francisco have raised $7,600,000 on the side, giving them a total of $17,500,000 to bid, with more in sight if necessary. New Orleans has up to date secured pledges for but $7,860,000 to finance the exposition. Both cities are putting up a good fight and it demonstrates the remarkable civic spirit of both. May the best man win. Pittsburg Post.