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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

25,000 New Words are added toilic lasteditiouof Webster’s International Dictionary, The Jaaetteer. of. the World, and the biographical Dictionary, have been umpletjjly revised. The hi ter national is always hept abreast of the rimes. It takes constant work, expensive work and worry, but it is ilia only way tb keep the dictionary the - - Standard Authority f the English-speaking world. ! Other dictionaries follow. Webster It is the favorite with Judges, Scholars, Educators, Printers, etc., in this and foreign countries. THE GRAND PRISE ' Highest Award) was given at the World’s Fair, St. Louis. A postal card will bring you inj teresting specimen pages, etc. G. Cl C. M ERRIASVi CO., Springfield, Mass., PUBLISHERS OF WEBSTER’S _ \DICTIONARY, WEBSTER’S W INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY j*#*ee*sa©»»»©«*oe®«®o®o STHE HOME 2 RESTAURANT e G « © m FIRST-CLASS Meals Served at All Hours for 25 Cents. Tickets good for 21 meals $4 | SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER i Sunday 25 Gents • ••9® s*oee©ae©eo©©e©e9o©© ? ...

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Town Marshal I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for re election to the cilice of Marshal of the Town of Lompoc. W. S. BLAND. It will be unnecessary to go through a painful, expensive operation for piles if you use Man Zan. Put up in a collapsible tube j with nozzle, ready to apply. For any form of piles. Price 500. Sold by Graham Dn;g 0). Lompoc Opera House -COMINGWEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 19 GORMAN’S ALL - STAR 30 PEOPLE 30 New Songs New Jokes, New Dances Magnificent Band and Orchestra Watch for Big Street Parade Prices—2sc, 50c and 75c Seats on sale at Hubbard’s Commercial Grill LINK JACOBS, Prop’r Quick Meals at Ail Hours Tay or Night Hot Tamales Saturday Wight and Chicken On Sunday Commercial Hotel Buildfng, Lompoc DR. WRIGHT DENTIST Office and Residence Up Stairs in New Bank Building AH Hours LOMPOC, CAL. Back Again fromEorope! By the solicitation of many friends and patients Dr. H. EHRLICH THE EMINENT Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeo...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

1 GRAHAM DRUG CO. i I 0 0 THE STOCKMEN’S FRIENDS Cutter’s Blackleg Vaccine NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL 0 Kreso Dip The great Antiseptic, Disinfectant and Deodorant for Cattle, Poultry, Etc. ( GRAHAM DRUG CO. . 0881 a Mini !!■■!■■■ igBB Wl^iiifiwiiii—eBj{ THE BANK OF LOMPOC OFIFCERS W. 11. SUDDEN, President JAMES SLOAN. Vice-President L. KtHN, Ass’t Cashier J. KLEIN, Cashier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAP P. R. SUDDEN, President W. H. SUDDEN, Vice-Pbes. J. KLEIN, Cashier W. C. RISSINGER, Ass’t Cash’b Combined Capital and Surplus . $175,000.00 Four and One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings Deposits EXCHANGE DU AWN ON ALL PARTS OF THE WOULD T lfr-ii'ii’liiaS! SOI , 'TnfM .v, ?f*!-:T-*T rr> k m Tt 9, Our Pictures Have arrived for the Holiday trade. Prices from 25c up to $lO. A new line of mouldings. Frames made to order. 000 50 Rockers to select from, and some of them are beauties. Also a fine line of Morris obairs—leather upholster ing._ Come in and inspect...

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BRIEF LOCALS [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

BRIEF LOCALS The public library has issued 1936 books to date. Meeting of the Bryan club at 4he town hall tonight. Sammy Swope returned from, • I * Bakersfield this week. J Attorney Fred Schauer of Santa , Barbara was in Lompoc this; ( week, Mrs. W. S. Wright entertained i the Woman* a Book Club ou Wednesday. Washington’s Birthday ball at the opera house, Friday evening,, 1 Feb. 21st. Mrs, W, H. Sudden and Miss Lita Sudden of Sau Francisco are bere ou a visit. Dr. Humphrey, county veterinarian, was in Lompoc Tuesday in bis official capacity. What about the garden aud the (■•awuf We have the tools you need to put both in shape for the spring and summer. W. K. Smith Hardware Co. j Dr. Clifford is preparing a qnan-j City of his famous lurapsaw rem-lj edy and it will soon be placed on I the market. It is fully guaranteed | to do the work. Arthur McHenry of San Frau-! casco was the guest of relatives Sl aud friends here this week. He is j a commercial tiaveller, represent-< ta...

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Jury Disagrees In Larsen Damage Case [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Jury Disagrees In Larsen Damage Case The jury in the case of Albeit Larsen against the Magne - Silica company for $50,000 damages, disagreed on last Tuesday night after being out several hours. The vote stood seveu for this plaintiff, Larsen, and live for the defendant. A three-fourths vote, or nine to three, would have given the verdict to Larsen. Albert Larsen, spu of 8. Larsen, was injured at the Magne-Silica company's mines on Sept. 3, 1906, by a large quantity of infusoria) earth sliding down on him while he was at work in a trench. Since that time he has been a helpless cripple, his lower limbs being paralyzed and his spine permanently injured. The case will be tried again, and the hope is generally exressed that damages in sufficient amount may be awarded the unfortunate young raau to at least compensate him for losses his crippled condition has brought about.

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Magazines Wanted For Public library [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Magazines Wanted For Public library Take all your old magazines to the public library, where they can be used to great advantage. After files and duplicate files are complete the library can issue any magazine desired, with or without books, and thus greatly increase the library's usefulness to the general public. Following is a list of magazines especially desired to complete files; McClures, Nov. and Deo., ’O3, April, Mav aud August, ’O4, Sep tember, : 05 and September, ’O6; Munsey’s for October, 04; Booklover’s for June and July, ’O5; Century for May, June aud July, ’O6; Headers for December, ‘O6, aud January aud February, ’O7.

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Gorman’s Minstrels, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Gorman’s Minstrels, Minstrel shows are becoming more popular every year. One of the oldest minstrels in the business is Gorman’s which appear here on nest Wednesday night, February I9th. In this attraction comes all the novelties known to minstrelsy, a large company aud an adequate production. I'he comedians, singers and dancers have been selected with the greatest care and no expense spared in obtaining the best known artists before the public. Everything about this company is first class and up to date; the settings are the most elaborate, all orange and black silk, the swellest minstrel first part that has ever been seen in this city. In the second part there is the Great Golden West Military Quartet and fixe other big feature acts. The third port, or closing, the Arrival of Joseph! Gainsborough,” by the company, one long loud laugh, written for laughing purposes oaly. Watch for the big street parade. BORN—Lompoc, Cal., on Feb. 8. 1908, to the wife of W. EFreily of Orcgtt, a eon....

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Trustees Are Liberal In Expenditure [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Trustees Are Liberal In Expenditure The city council met in regular session on Monday evening last mid transacted little of importance ► xcept allowing bills aggregating $3OOO, nearly a thousand of which was for labor op the town roads. F. L. Fabing reported that he had Pine avenue surveyed and found that trees on that thoroughfare between his property and that of Mrs. Parah McDonald were! fifteeiuo feet in the street. The marshal was instructed to notify Mr. Craft, guardian of the offending propei ty, to have the trees re moved. J. D. Black requested that the road commissiouer give attention to a cross street in his neighborhood and also south H street by having them graveled. The city attorney was instructed to diaft aa ordinance which sh uld provide for the establishing of a fire limit. In other words, to provide that hereafter no wooden structures shall be erected within the four blocki comprising the business portion of the town. The matter of ordering a side walk on the west s...

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County Taxes. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

County Taxes. County Tax Collector Sweetser has turned over his books "to tbe county auditor with one of the smallest delinquent lists of later years—less than $5,000. This is accounted for bj> the fact that the people had 60 days longer, this year, to pay. The total amount of taxes paid up to January 27 was $151,331 and the total amount paid for the period of the payment of the first installment was $285,990.21. The amount of taxes to be raised was $455,4:21 10 and of this $169,480.89 remains to be paid in the second installment period.—Santa Barbara Press. The suVisei ibers of the Press j and Independent of Sauta Barbara are deeply interested in the , question as to which one of the ( two papers has the largest cir- ( culatiou. You know this to be a fact from the amount of space , each paper devotes to the subject ( daily. If their figures are official, , and presumably they are, neither one has a subscription list big enough to gloat over, much less to bet all the way ...

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Municipal Election Monday, April 13th [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Municipal Election Monday, April 13th The date of the forthcoming municipal election has been set for Monday, April 13. ft is too early to get a line on what will constitute the issues of the campaign, but in the light of past performances on the part of the 'city officials it is not likely anything will he brought up that will disturb existing conditions or ra k the business and social relations of the municipality as was the case two years ago. However, one can never tell. On the board of trustees the retiring members are W. H. Sudden and James Sloan. While they are not aspiring to re-election, it is not anticipated that the people will overlook their excellent records as city officials, and they will probably accede to the wishes of a large number of citizens by again becoming candidates. City Clerk Paul Fox, unquestionably the ablest clerk the town ever had, will agree to stand again for re-election only in the event of a just and fitting recognition of the value of such service...

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High-Class Concert By Local Musicians [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

High-Class Concert By Local Musicians A large and attentive audience was present at the concert at the opera house on Wednesday evening, given by fbe pupils of Mrs. Fitzpatrick, better known as tbe Moonlight Musical Club i he stage was tastefully decorated and arranged effectively on the platform were three pianos, from one to all three being utilized at varying times. One number was a trio by three little tots, Walter and Maud Lewis and ElVerde Fabing. Their selection, while simple, showed precision and excellent training. Another, also by the little ones, was a number on two pianos, two players at each. They were Margery Walley, Allie Van Clief, Marian Smith and ElVerde Fabing. The balance of the progiam was rendered by Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Misses Helen Long, Irene Talbott, Bessie Safhtron, Ada Whittemore, Ada Woods, Ethel Van Clief and Clyde Woods, their numbers consisting of solos, duets, quartettes, sextettes, and other combinations which (lie three instruments, afforded and their...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Rough dry washing, flat pieces ironed, only 35 cents per dozen, does not include shirts, collars, cuffs, spreads or other similar work. LOMPOC STEAM LAUNDRY.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Bert Barber of Elton, Wis., says: I have o ly taken fonr doses of your Kidney ami Bladder Bills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done. 1 am still taking the pills ns I want a perfect cure.” Mr. Barber refers to DeWit.t's Kidney and Bladder Bills They are sold by Graham Drug Go.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Winter Is Here and no doubt you want Good Shoes, Try a pair of the CELEBRATED Napa Tan You can gel them for men or boys from jA. NEGUS Successor to MOORE & NEGUS f. Everything IN Crockery r\ \ NG everyth No matter what you may want in this line, we have it.... <S° y Our siock complains a full line of every class of gotods from the finest imported China to common kitchen crockery. Each ai tide is of excellent quality, but reasonable price We have tln\ee pretty dinner patterns in stock and will sdil you anything from one cup and saucer a complete dinner set, and the best of this is that you can replace any piece that is lost or broken. Come in and see for yourself. W. A. SAUNDERS & CO.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

INCORPORATE© I Skirts and Coats Only a few left and these must p before the Early Spring is here Jan. 25 to Feb. 1 -- IQ LONGER g !••• ...A Few of the Bargains in. Ladles’ and Children’s Coats One only, brown Broad Cloth Coat, regular price $13.50, during aq «r sale only Jplf.lD One only, light tan Broad Cloth Coat, regular price $13.50, during sale ...'. s*f«/D One only, dark tan Broad Cloth Coat, regular [nice $13.50, sale $*L • Three Only, black and white mixed goods," regular price $B.OO, during sale s\). fID One onl}% handsome black Broad Cloth coat, regular price $lB.OO, . AA during sale SI4.UU Handsome Reductions in All Chilkren’s Coats. Large assortment to select from LADIES’ SKIRTS One only, blue Panama, real value $7, this week SJ.vU One only, black Batiste, real value $7, this week $5.00 All our $O.OO skirts dining this.,, . sale $4.75 AH our $5.00 skirts during this sale only $4.00 All our $3.75 skirts during this sale only S«J.Uv Lots of Them to Choose From So Don’t Mis...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

o THE SEASON FOR PLANTING HARROW^" IS AT HAND And you need a good Plow, Harrow, Seeder, Cultivator or Drill to do the work quickly and properly. The W.R. Smith Hardware Co. carry a line of these implements which none excel D L I D The Benicia Hancock Disc PLow ] '“ s proven its ri sW to first place among plows of this type. The Acme Harrow is a favorite " rherever usecl - The Gaboon, Gem and Planet Jr. Seeders ;iru all c]ass A implements. Dlt Pays* to Buy the Best W. R. SMITH HARDWARE CO. PfiUMIiING SHOP IX CONNECTION n 1111 Highest cash Price Paid for wheat barley and oats D Best of Peed. IP M. Siiackelpoud, Gen. Mgr. A. C. \V iiittkmork. Agent ICE Delivered free of charge to any place within the city limits. Ring ■ up ’phone 113 or call, I I Lind & Dille I

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Making Thing, Even, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Making Thing, Even, Customer (to watchmaker) —I told pou that my watch lost half an hour every day, and now that you’ve repaired it it gains half au hour. Watchmaker —Well, don’t complain. It’s oulv working to catch un lost time

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His Idea of It, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

His Idea of It, “Well, well,” said Tom to his sister, “is that your new hat?” “Oh!” replied his sister, “it has to be trimmed, you goose!” “Trimmed? Too large, eh?”—Philadelphia Press.

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Putting Him Wise. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908

Putting Him Wise. Tommy—Paw, what is the higher criticism? Mr. Tucker —It’s the hasty remark usually made by the man who finds he can’t get a lower berth.

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