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■TORT OF THE MILK BOTTLE. Tkovanndi of Men nt Work MaUln* It and Ils Paper Cap. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
■TORT OF THE MILK BOTTLE. Tkovanndi of Men nt Work MaUln* It and Ils Paper Cap. The story of the milk bottle and its equipment reveals an interesting situation, says the Review of Reviews. Its construction for one company that uses 5,000,000 annually keeps eight glass factories busy, most of them the year through. The paper cap that is part of the milk bottle’s equipment is made by machinery each machine turning out from 400,000 to 600,000 a day. One man manages five machines. Each milk bottle Is filled on an average once in four days. Thus each one of the 100,000,000 Itottles in use receives a fresh cap every time it is used, which will average seven times a month. Sixty per cent of the milk bottles in use are equipped with a tin cap or clamp, as well as the paper cap. A dozen factories are busy each year producing them. Completely furnished the wholesale cost of the milk bottle is five cents. It furnishes employment to thousands of workmen in the three trades into which it enters....
An Odd Job. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
An Odd Job. Caruso, the great tenor, told at a dinner in New York how he once tried to write a grand opera. •‘lt was in early youth that I made this attempt,” he said. “I knew nothing of harmony or counter-point. The woi’k in consequence was as ludicrous and absurd as —as ” The tenor laughed. “ as the Roman’s effort to get a Job.” he went on. “A Roman peasant, you know, applied one day for work to a rich man. The rich man said: “ ‘Have you a boat?” “ ‘Yes, sir,’ the peasant answered. “ ‘Well,’ said the rich man, ‘do you see that driftwood floating down the Tiber?’ “ ‘Yes, sir,’ was the reply. “‘Well, take your boat, row out in the river, and catch that driftwood, and I’ll give you half of all you get’ “The peasant jumped into his boat and worked hard for a while. Then suddenly he stopped and made for the shore. On asked the reason for his return he scowled and said; ‘“That wood is just as much mine as it is his. I am not going to give him any, so here 1 am, out of work again.’ ”
WHAT CAUSES HEADAQHE. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
WHAT CAUSES HEADAQHE. From October to May, Colds are the most frequent cause of headache. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE removes cause. E. W. Grove on box, 25c. Burning ruins the wall of the foot, so that it will hut retain the shoe so long, besides rendering it so brittle that a heavy strain upon it causes it to break.
How’s This? [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
How’s This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY &amp; CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, haveJknown F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Waldinc, Kinnan &amp; Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. In Rome, in the golden age. a laborer only cost $lOO. and sometimes, after a great victory and an influx of captives into the capital, it was possible to buy strong, capable slaves for $5 apiece. Skilled slaves, men with trades, brought higher prices. Cicero paid $l,OOO for a scribe. Catiline had a cook that cost him $2,500. A gardener was ...
The Plump One* First. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
The Plump One* First. Miss Turkey—l see scientists consider overeating one of the principal foes of longevity. Mrs. Turkey—lt is. indeed, my dear. I was one of a large brbod and all my brothers and sisters who were hearty eaters died in the prime of life. —Kansas City Times. Mme. Patti plays the guitar and the mandolin, is an excellent pianist, paints well, and does the most beautiful embroidery and knitting.
Little Ambiguous, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
Little Ambiguous, Very commendable is the zeal displayed in recent years In the effort,to put an end to the obnoxious habit of expectorating in places frequented by the public. Still, the offense would probably be classed under the head of “venial” —and it might be well to adjust the punishment to the crime. After crossing on one of the ferry lines that convey passengers over the North River to New Jersey points, and carefully considering the possible logical connection between the two parts of the “Notice to Passengers” hanging in a conspicuous place, one wonders if perhaps the reforming zeal of the ferry company may not have carried it too far. The signs read; “Spitting on the floor is prohibited. Life preservers are provided for all passengers.”
A Diplomatic System. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
A Diplomatic System. “To what, sir,” we asked a middleaged, happily married man recently, “do you attribute the success you have made of your married life?” “’Tis a bit of elementary wisdom, my son,” he replied. “When my wife is in the wrong, I agree with her, and all Is well. When she is in the right, I argue against her; she emerges triumphantly. proves me foolish, feels good all day —and again all is well. Learn this, my son, ’ere you marry.”— Cleveland Leader.
Not Worrying Now. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
Not Worrying Now. Long—By the way, old man, you are looking a hundred per cent better than you did this time last year. Are yon feeling good? Short—You bet I am. A year ago 1 was worrying about my debts. Long—All paid now, eh? Short—No; but they have increasei: until there is no use in trying to pay, ■o I’ve cut out the worry.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
46 I’ve Had Experience rr “With Hood’s Sarsaparilla, and am convinced it is a great medicine,”—this is the substance of 40,366 letters by actual count, received in two years. They tell of cures of all blood diseases, loss of appetite, rheumatism, after-fever weakness, that tired feeling, nervous weakness, dyspepsia, catarrh. No Equal— *T can say from experience that Hood's Sarsaparilla is without an equal.” Emma L. Bowman, 11 Beacon St.. Lowell, Mass. Eczema-"! had ecz.ydiaaud tried everything 1 heard of, but nothing helped me until 1 took Hood’s Sarsaparilla, Thanks to this medicine, 1 am now well.” George \ analstvne. South Bethlehem, K. Y. Muscular Rheumatism- "My father had muscular rheumatism. &gt;vas conlinea to his bed. He took two bottles of Hood s barsaparilla and was entirely cured.” Bertha L. Perrin, Box 1026, Springfield, Mass. ’Hood’s Sarsaparilla is sold everywhere. In the usual liquid, or in tablet form called Sarsatabs. 109 Doses One Dollar. Prepared only by ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
Is It Your Own Hair? Do you pin your hat to your own hair? Can’t do it? Haven’t enough hair? If must be you do not know Ayer’s Hair Vigor! Here’s an introduction! May the acquaintance result in a heavy growth of rich, thick,glossy hair I And we know you’ll never be gray. «. think that Ayer’* Hair Vigor to the most wonderful hair grower that waa erer made. I have used It for some time and I can truthfully say that lam greatly pleased with It. i cheerfully recommend It as a splendid preparation.”—Miss V. Shock, Way land, Mich. A by J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Mesa. Aim j manufacturers of &gt; SARSAPARILLA. vers % PECTORAL.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. I Dr. Hartman is now offering Peruna to the public as a regular pharmaceutical product. It is just as ethical as any compound put up for the mejcai profession. No straining of medical ethics can find any fault with it. 1 PRINCIPAL ACTIVE INGREDIENTS are prominently incorporated in tne label on the bottle, that the people may know that the claims made for Peruna have a true justification. The only departure we shall make from medical ethics in the conduct of Peruna affairs in the future, is the fact that we shall continue to advertise and sell our product TO THE PEOPLE. If we would agree to sell to doctors only, to advertise for doctors only, then the medical fraternity would be obliged to recognize Peruna as being entirely within their approval. BUT WE SHALL NOT DO THIS. We shall continue to offer Peruna to the people. We shall continue to convey to the people our claims for Peruna as a household remedy. We shall continue to supply the people with free literatur...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 22 February 1908
THE MAN WHO SWEARS BY THE FISH BRAND SLICKER \ 'w is the man who has tried to get the same service out of some other make Clean - Light - Durable Guaranteed Waterproof and Sold Everywhere at 1 Towte co PLANTS REES seeds; ALFALFA SEEDS We now have new stock Utah; Seed. Better buy early. Crop’s short this year. LIVERMORE NURSERIES Here we grow the choicest lot of plants and trees, and call special attention to our fine lot of Muir Peaches, French Prunes on Almond and Myrobolan roots. Orange and Lemon trees. Q OU R 1908 CATALOGUE tells all about the good things we have for you to plant. Better send for it. 0 0 MORSE &amp; CO. 40 Jackson St., San Francisco The "Y Sower y Has No Second Chance Good sense says make the most of the first. FERRY’S SEEDS have made and kept Ferry’s Seed Business the largest in the world —merit tells. Ferry's Seed annual foe- 1908 tells the whole Seed Storv—sent FREE for the asking. Don’t sow seeds till you get it. D. M. FERRY &amp; CO., Oman. M...
COAST EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD Condensed, Interesting Items ot Mews Gleaned from Varied and Numerous Sources. An interesting Assemblage of Paragraphs that Give a Readable Review of Important Occurrences During the Past Week. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
COAST EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD Condensed, Interesting Items ot Mews Gleaned from Varied and Numerous Sources. An interesting Assemblage of Paragraphs that Give a Readable Review of Important Occurrences During the Past Week. Astoria, Or. —At a logging camp on Deep River, in Wahkiakum County, Wash., Frank Williams, a waiter in the mosshouse of the camp, was mistaken for a mountain lion and killed. Los Angeles.—Harrimau has resumed construction work on his Los AngelesPacific trolley line and is operating on an enormous scale, involving the expenditure of millions. Nearly 2000 men are standard-gauging all the Harrimau electric lines. San Jose. —Upon the complaint of residents of Campbell, Sheriff’s deputies went to that town and drove out fifteen Hindoos, who had taken possession of a vacant cabin and were engaged in carousing. They took to the road in preference to going to jail. San Jose. —Andrew Steurich, who nearly heat his wife to death with a Rannner at Sunnyside, died at the county h...
PRIEST KILLED BY ANARCHIST. Murdered at Altar While Administering Sacrament to Italian. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
PRIEST KILLED BY ANARCHIST. Murdered at Altar While Administering Sacrament to Italian. Denver. —Father Leo superior of the Franciscan inonastry here, was shot, and killed by an Italian anarchist while administering the sacrament at early mass in St. Elizabeth’s Church Sunday morning. Kneeling at the altar rail between two. women, Giuseppe Gnarnaccio pressed the muzzle of a revolver against the body of the priest after having received from him the consecrated water, and shot tin* clergyman through the heart. Gnarnaccio was placed in solitary confinement'in the city jail. He admitted to a policeman that the priest whom he had killed was a stranger to him, and in explanation of his crime made the following statement: “I just went over there because I have a grudge against all priests in general. They are all against the workingman. I went to the communion rail because I could get a better shot. I did not care whether lie was a German priest, or any other kind of a priest. They are all...
FLEET TO ARRIVE EARLY IN MAY. Governor Gillett Gets First Definite Statement From Secretary of Navy. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
FLEET TO ARRIVE EARLY IN MAY. Governor Gillett Gets First Definite Statement From Secretary of Navy. Washington, D. C. —Governor Gillett, on Monday, talked with Secretary Metcalfe regarding the movement of the battleship fleet ou the Pacific Coast after it leaves Magdalena Bay for the north. The Governor wants to ascertain, approximately at least, the dates at which the' Vessels will stop at the various places along the Coast. Because of the indeterminate time at which the vessels will leave Magdalena Bay, it is not possible to fix definitely the future itinerary. Metcalfe, however, told the Governor that the fleet would be at San Francisco before May 15th.