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Bandit May Go On Stage. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Bandit May Go On Stage. London. —It is announced that there is a prospect of Raisuli, the Moroccan bandit, appearing on the variety stage in London.

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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CURRENT NEWS OF THE WORLD Important Events of the Week in Both Hemispheres Compiled for Busy Readers. What Has Happened. What Is Happening, ana What Is Likely to Happen. Related by Correspondents in Everv Corner of the Earth. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

CURRENT NEWS OF THE WORLD Important Events of the Week in Both Hemispheres Compiled for Busy Readers. What Has Happened. What Is Happening, ana What Is Likely to Happen. Related by Correspondents in Everv Corner of the Earth. Santiago, Chile. —The fossil remains of a plesiosaurus have been unearthed at Talcahuano bay. The body of this marine reptile of a bygone age was forty-five feet long. Marshall, Mich. —Rev. Father P. A. Baart, one of the recognized authorities in this country on the canonical law of the Roman Catholic Church, is dead from pneumonia. Atlanta, Ga.—A loss approaching $250,000 was caused in this vicinity by the storm which swept across Central Georgia recently. The loss centers within fifty miles of this city and is suffered chiefly by telegraph and telephone companies. Paris. —Count Boni de Castellane, the divorced husband of Anna Gould of New York, was found guilty by the Correctional Court of criminal assault and battery on Prince Helie de Sagan, his cousin, and...

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Logical Solution Of Camino Real Problem Francis T. Underhill in the Santa Uarbara Independent. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Logical Solution Of Camino Real Problem Francis T. Underhill in the Santa Uarbara Independent. Those of us who give serious consideration to the question confronting our newly appointed highway commissioners realize that their task is not an easy one. The issue iu the northern portion of the county alone presents many difficulties. The residents of Lompoc and the Santa Yuez and Santa Maria districts feel that the road must come “their” way iu order to give satisfaction. My own judgment, formed from an intimate acquaintance with the conditions in that section of the county, both politically and geographically, inclines me to think that any road projected to the exclusion of either of these districts will be defeated when it comes to a vote. No critic, however carping, can take exception to the attitude of these two communities. The law of self preservation, aside from the merely personal attitude, makes their position not only tenable, but logical, and it would be almost absurd to ex...

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Damage Suit Grows Out of Honda Wreck [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Damage Suit Grows Out of Honda Wreck A suit has been filed iu the superior court by Mary Bickford and Thomas M. Bickford to recover from the Southern Pacific company the sura of $25,000 damages. Their son, Charles A.Bickfoid was killed iu the wreck of the Shriuers special at Honda last May. The complaint alleges that the company was negligent about keeping its track in a safe condition for travel and that to this cause was due the wreck and death of Brakemau Bickford, — San Luis Tribune.

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Republican Primaries [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Republican Primaries J. L. Hmlbut, chairman or tin* county committee, has received an order directing the call of unofficial republican primaries for May 2nd, to express the choice of Hie paity in this state for a presidential candidate. The lepublican stale and distiict conventions are to be held iu Sacramento May 14th, The primaries for the selection of delegates to the conventions will be held May sth. Santa Barbara county is entitled to nine delegates. Sheriff Stewart and District Attorney Day this week made a raid on the gambling places of the northern part of the county, including Santa Maria, Orcutt and Guadalupe, wheieiu faro, roulette, kloudike and other devices were in operation, con fiscaled the several outfits and further emphasized their actiou by warning the gamesters that punishment would follow in the event of (heir resuming the unlawful practice. Governor Gillette will shortly issue a proclamation requiring all sheep in the state to be dipped twice between March Ist...

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Oil Lands Sold For More Than $400,000 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Oil Lands Sold For More Than $400,000 The ante of the 4000 acres of Santa Barbara oil land* foiiuing a part of the estate of Thomas Bell, deceased, to the Union Oil com pany, has been made through the effoits of Judge B. F. Thomas of Santa Barbara. The price to be paid is $446,000. Before the sale can be confirmed there will have to be a survey to determine the exact acreage and I an appraisal by appointees of the couit. Ten percent of the price has liken paid in cash, 40 per cent will be paid upon confirmation of of the sale by the superior court of the city and county of San Francisco, and the remainder will be paid in one year. Out of the proceeds of the sale, it will be possible not only to satisfy in full the numerous creditors of a great estate once believed to be insolvent, but there will be a considerable balance in cash to the credit of the estate, as well as valuable property still unsold. Included in the latter is a tract of 10,000 acres adjoining the tract purchased by t...

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Southern Pacific To Change Hours [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Southern Pacific To Change Hours Nine hours a day for train dispatchers, ' signal - tower men and telegraph operators. Sixteen hours a day for engineers, firemen, brakemen, conductors, yardmen and switchmenTl»is is the new scale of hours the Southern Pacific officials are arranging to put into ‘effect on and after March 4ih, next. They are to do this in order to comply with a law parsed by the last cougiess, which becomes operative on March 4th, and which is intrusted to the Interstate Com merce Commission for enforce meut, says the Suu Luis Obispo Tribune. Briefly, the new law provides that on railroads engaged in interstate business no train dispatcher, telegraph operator, or signal-tower man shall work more than nine hours a day, and that no engineer, fireman, brakeman, or conductor, yardmau or switchman shall work iu excess of sixteen hours daily. Under certain conditions and in special cases the Interstate Com merce Commission has power to temporarily suspend the law when any r...

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GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER \ Brotherhood Meeting Tbe regular meeting of the Brothei hood was held at manse last Monday night. The weather was favorable and there was a good attendance of members and guests. Mr. W. H. Schuyler was the first speaker. His theme was “ihe Ornamental Tree.” He advocated the idea that Lompoc streets should be beautified by the planting of ornamental and shade trees. During his remaiks he paid a high tribute to Luther Burbank and the work he has done. An enthusiastic discussion followed. Prof. Balaam m >de a ringing speech ofi the needs of the youth of Lompoc in the way of healthful recreations under wholesome environments and urged the organization of a movement along the lines of Y. M. C. A. work for the boys and young men of the community. This idea proved to be popular with those present. Committees were appointed to take up both lines of work thus discussed. Standing committees on Membership, Program, Finances, Hick and Church-work were ap...

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NEW BUILDING For San Bernardino Business College. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

NEW BUILDING For San Bernardino Business College. The attendance of the San Bernardino Business College has continued to increase till now students are enrolled from Canada to Mexico, and from Salt Lake City to the Pacific. The school is literally crowded to ovei flowing and a new and larger building is an imperative necessity’. As has already been announced, the San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce at its last meeting unanimously endorsed Prof. Glass’ plan for raii-iug the money. Hence it is expected that as soon as the committee can arrange preliminaries, work will be rapidly pushed on an excellent building for this institution which means more for San Bernardino than any other except the railroads. The next semi - annual civil service examinations will be held here Marc-h 20th. However, an extra for railway mail clerks, etc., has been ordered for Feb. 26 Nearly 40 students are in one stenographer’s class alone, pre paring for the March examination. This is said to be the finest cla...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

25,000 New Words are added to the last edition of Webster’s International Dictionary, The Gazetteer of the World, and the Biographical Dictionary, have been completely revised. The International is always kept abreast of the times. It takes constant work, expensive work and worry, but it is the only way to keep the dictionary the Standard Authority 'of the English-speaking world. I] Other dictionaries follow. Webster \ leads. j It is the favorite with Judges, | Scholars, Educators, Printers, etc., J in this and foreign countries. THE GRAND - PRIZE fHighest Award) was given at the World’s Fair, St. Louis. A postal card will bring you interesting specimen pages, etc. G.&.C.MERRiAMCO., Springfield, MAoS., f websters j PUBLISHERS OF (INTERNATIONALI __ _ „ _ \DICnO.\ARY J WEBSTER’S '•Sis/ INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE H O M E RESTAURANT FIRST-CLASS Meal. Served at All Hour* for 25 Cents. Tickets good for 21 meals $4 SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER Sunday 25 Cents 4 Company AH Kinds of ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Town Marshal 1 hereby announce myself ae an independent candidate for re electiou to the office of Marshal of the Town of Lompoc. W. S. BLAND. I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for election to the office of Marshal of the Town of Lompoc. IV. L. TALBOTT: KODOL For Dyspepsia and Indigestion is the result of a scientific combination of natural digestai|ts with vegetable acids and i contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach. It is the best remedy known today for dyspepsia, indigestion and all troubles arising from a disordered stomach. Take KODOD today It is ploasant.prouipt and thorough Sold by Graham Drug Go. | The trouble with most cough remedies is | hat they constipate. Kennedy’s, Laxative ; Cough yrnp acts gently but prompt yon the bowels and at the same time it stops the cough tty soothing the throat and lung irritation. Children like it Sold by Graham Drug Co. Riuy’s Little Liver Pills wake up Inzy livers, clean the system...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES LA PURTSSIM A CIRCLE, NO. 51!). WOmen of Woodcraft, meets every second Friday evening of each month at Forester’s Hull. Visit ing Neighbors are cordially invited. Kmna Lon». Gnnrdian Neighbor. Mihti.e UloutE. Clerk. LOMPOC LODGE. NO. 248. I. O. O. F., meets every atnrday evening at their hall, corner H and Ocean avenue, at 7:30 o’clock. All visiiing brothers are invited to be present. Adam Bensman, N. O. F. J. Milder, Sec. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 202, F. <fc A. M. Staled meetings: January 17, February 14. March 13, April 10, May 15, June 12. (24, St. John’s Day), July 10. Vngust 7, September 4. October !), November G, December 8, (27, St. John’s Day.) •1. KLEIN, W. M. 11. H. Lambert, Secretary. MIGUELITO CHAPTER, O. E. S. Meets in 1. O. O. F. hall the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. MAUD HAILEY, W. M. Anna L. DninOK, Secretary. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 57, K. of P., meets every Wednesday night._ Hall on the corner of 1 street and Ocean avenue, ov« r MoAdu...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

i 9 I 8 9 I GRAHAM DRUG CO. = ■ • ==» THE STOCKMEN’S FRIENDS Cutter’s Blackleg Vaccine NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL Kreso Dip The great Antiseptic, Disinfectant and Deodorant for Cattle, Poultry, Etc. GRAHAM DRUG CO. 9 — i THE BANK OF LOMPOC OFIFCERS W. 11. SUDDEN, President J. KLEIN, Cashibb JAMES SLOAN. Vice-President L. KvHN, Ass’t Cashier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAP I’. K. SUDDEN, Pbbsident W. H. SUDDEN, Vice-Pbes. J. KLEIN, Cashier W. C. KISSINGER, Ass’t Cash’b Combined Capital and Surplus $175,000.00 Four and One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings Deposits exchange drawn on all parts op the world "Mill mi I 111 I 11(11 11IIITSITI—ri lITIWWMI n- jA !os:j 'yi. pt 0 Our Pictures Have arrived for the Holiday trade. Prices from 25c np to $lO. A new line of mouldings. Frames made to otder. 000 50 Rockers to select from, and some of them are beauties. Also a fine line of Morris chairs—leather upholstering. Come in and inspect them. LONG, Leading Furniture Dealer 'm...

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BRIEF LOCALS; [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

BRIEF LOCALS; The public library has issued 936 books to date. Mrs. R H. Barret, of Sudden, is a guest at the Hotel Arthur. New books are being received at the public library almost every day. The Mercantile Union has some ■excellent offerings advertised this week. Benj. Grauas, a prominent business mau of Los Alamos, was in Lompoc over Sunday. S. C- Eagles of Minneapolis is here as the guest of his old time friend, Harry Angler. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fox moved Into their fine new residence on east Ocean avenue this week. Drs. Rosenberg aud Saunders of Santa Barbara were here this week on veterinarian business. There are advertised letters in the postoffice for E.. T. Fowler, Francisco Sosseo aud Jim Plumm. J. F. Malcolm, was in the city and valley this week looking after his extensive creamery patronage. Miss Helen Long is acting as clerk in Hubbaid’s jewelry store during the absence of Mr. Hubbard. T. C. Nance of Santa Maria, was in Lompoc this week swapping early history tales with t...

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Music Lovers Of City Organize Vocal Club [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Music Lovers Of City Organize Vocal Club Through the efforts of the musical members of the Presby rian Brotherhood a score or more of music lovers of the city were brought together iu the towu hall Tuesday evening and the first steps takeu toward affecting a permanent organization. A. C. Whittemore presided and A. G Balaam acted as temporary sec retnry. " Upon request from the chair Mr. Couch explained that the purpose of the meeting was to organize, if possible, a society which would take up the study of music in its different branches, but more especially to foster the development of local talent along vocal lines. The subject was thoroughly discussed pro and con, with the gratifying result that the ueces sary officers were elected and committees named to take charge of the preliminary details. A. C. Whittemore was elected president without a discordant note, R A. Lazier tried iu vain but good uaturedly to refuse the vice presidency, and Miss Helen Long received the dual office of...

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Alpha Ladies Desire Spring Street Cleaning [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Alpha Ladies Desire Spring Street Cleaning The ladies of the Alpha Literary and Improvement club, following the example of Women’s Clubs in other cities and towns, are desirous of d >ing all they can to further the work of street cleaning in Lompoc. Grass on edges of sidewalks and streets perhaps is not so unsightly in w, although giving the impression of “untrodden streets,” will, later, develop into weeds and foxtail. The street in the vicinity of the opera house is simply filthy with lemon peelings, posteis, paste, etc. Tin cans fill alleys and unused lots. It would seem that a city or county dumping ground for those things would be a good idea. The sidewalks on west Ocean avenue are unsafe. B .semeut openings are unguarded aud box lid«, boxes, (with nails conveniently placed for tearing dresses) strew the sidewalk. Lower down coils of barb wire, etc., are con-, spicions. This is the season for cleaning yards and we hope all yards will be cleaned, but don’t dump rubbis...

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Pythian Sisters Hold Interesting Session [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Pythian Sisters Hold Interesting Session Mrs. Julia Day, G. C. of the Pythian Sisters, visited Mission Temple, of Lompoc, on Saturday evening, February 15th, and a most enjoyable time was spent. The various ceremonies of the Temple were exemplified in a creditable manner. Mrs. Day kindly consented to occupy the chair for the evening and gave the Temple an excellent object lesson in the manner of dispatching business and the general work of the Temple. She is a fluent speaker and addressed the Temple at length on P. S. woik and prospects. Sister Stella Sloan of Magnolia Temple, Santa Maria, was also present and assisted in the work. Speeches were given by Prof. Balaam and Mrs. Hoover, D. D. G. 0. Chailes Reed also proved himself an orator of no mean ability, as well as distinguishing himself along other lines. A delightful banquet, served in a prettily decorated banquet room, added much to the occasion. Mrs. Day was entertained while here by her friend Mrs. Dauueberg. ■Tbess Reporter...

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S. P. Tears Up The P. C. Electric Track [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

S. P. Tears Up The P. C. Electric Track Snu Luis Obispo, Feb. 20. — There is trouble between ibe Pacific Coast railway and the Southern Pacific company, says the Tribune. The former is building an electric line between Santa Maria and Guadalupe and in order lo connect the two places it is necessary to cross over or under the track of the coast line of the Southern Pacific company. It was hoped that the new electric line would be finished about the first of March, but it does not look like that now. A few nights ago the Southern Pacific took a force of men and going to the place where the electric line had laid its rails to cross the 8. P. track, tore everything up, track and all. There is trouble in the air and it may take some time to bring about a compromise The Southern Pacific has tw*> men on guard to see that the electiicdoes not' lay its iails over the Southern Pacific track until E. VV*. Clark puts up a tower house, the same as he required the S P. to do, before it...

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Water Under Control In Santa Maria Field [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908

Water Under Control In Santa Maria Field Work of the special “rescue” committee, composed of Santa Maria oilmen, is already giving good results. F F. Hill of the Union Oil company reports that experiments were proving highly successful in reducing the of water pumped on the leases affected by the unwelcome submarine stream. The cementing process has been used iu four Graciosa wells, four Western Union wells and three Union wells near the Graciosa property. The wells have been put on the pump anil a wondeiful improvement is reported by Mr. Hill. The percentage of water has been reduced to a great extent and father pumping is expected to draw the oil down to a basis of very low deductions. The water finding its way into the oil formation was considered a much greater menace to the tieid than was admitted by oil men previous to the battle of thecombiued forces, says the Sauta Barbara Press. The fluid, so deadly to the petroleum strata, was traveling to other parts of the field and well...

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