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A NEW COUNTY ROAD A Short Out to Lompoc, Los Alamos and Santa Maria- [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
A NEW COUNTY ROAD A Short Out to Lompoc, Los Alamos and Santa Maria- County Surveyor, Frank F. Flournoy left yesterday for Las Cruces, says the Santa Barbara Press. His trip is an important one; He goes for the purpose of surveying a new road through tire San Julian and Santa Rosa-ranch-as. This road will give the conn ty seat more direct communication with the towns of Lompoc, Los Alamos and Santa Maria. It will shorten the distance considerably, and will be, of course a free road. Ever since the road through the Salsipuedes ranch was closed, travelers between Lompoc and Santa Barbara have beeu compelled to follow a round-about-way, several miles longer. The new road will be even better than the old one, in the opinion of Mr. Flournoy, there being less grade, and the distance being no greater. At the same time, a fork in the road will permit Santa Maria and | Los Alamos people to come directly to Santa Barbara without going through Lompoc. The present county road to Gaviota and Las...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
According to the annual report of the State Board of Trade recently received, there were shipped out of California during lust year the following products in carloads; Green deciduous fruits 7,235; dried 7,516; citrus, 9,855; canned, 7,346; raisins, 3,906; nuts, 581; total, 34.447; wine, 5,457; brandy, 277; vegetables 4244. The beet sugar production was 35.285 ton;-; wool. 39,882,325 pounds.
THE LEE CURE FGR INEBRIETY [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
THE LEE CURE FGR INEBRIETY This Guru has now been tested for more than three years, and has not failed in a single instancei t is a harmless fluid extract taken internally. It can be furnished for 815. Best of references given. Send for circulars. Address Dr. Stephen Bowers, Editor California Voice, Manager’, Los Angeles, Cal.
ABOUT FLAGS. Their General Meaning: and What They Represent. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
ABOUT FLAGS. Their General Meaning: and What They Represent. A nation’s flag represents its sovereignity, and is prominently displayed in all army and naval battles. To “strike the flag” is to lower the national colors in token of submission to the opposing forces. Dipping the flag is lowering it slightly and then hoisting it again, to salute either a vessel or fort’ A flag of truce is a white flag displayed to the enemy to indicate a desire fur a parley or consultation. The black flag is a sign of piracy. The yellow flag allows a vessel to be in quarantine or is a sign of a contagious disease. A flag at half mast means mourning. Vessels come into a harbor with a flag at half-mast to announce the loss or death of some of the crew. Flags are used as the symbol of rank and command, the officers using them being called flag officers. Sued) flagsare square, to distinguish them from other banners. The red flag is a sign of defiance and is often used by revolutionists. In the American ser...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
1 For three years we have never been without (.'hamherluin’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the house,” says A, H. Patto . with E. C. Atkins &lt;t Co., Indianapolis. Ind., and iny wife would as soon think of being without flour as a bottle of this Remedy in the summer season. Wo have used it with all three of our children and it has never failed to cure—not simply stop pain, but cure absolutely, It is ail right, and anyone who tries it will flint it so.” For sale by 2. W. Saunders.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Price oOctsT^ i Eucalyptus Oil i Js the best and cheapest remedy for all 1 ’Coughs, Colds, Whooping Coat'll, Crouj) 5 Diphtheria, Tonsilitis, Catarrh, Con a sumption, in its iirst stages, Asthma, N Bronchitis, tiore Throat. Fevers of all kinds, Headache, Earache, Toothache, . Bhenmatism, Dyspepsia, Jj ft Kidney Diseases, Gravel. Sprains, Bruis- jj ff es, Burns, Insect Bites, Poison Oak, etc. a \ Eucalyptus Salvo cts -| Ms the safest and quickest remedy for 4 u nil Skin Eruptions, Sore Lips, Colds Sores, Chapiied Hands, but especially', fo Eczema, Salt Uueum and Piles. &gt; Eucalyptus Price $l.OO Hair Restorer . &gt;laa tine preparation for the Hair, re-&lt;v umuyes Dandruff. cleanses the scalp, pre- jj ft vents the Hair from falling out, v&gt;all Scalp Diseases, restores the hair II its natural color, and by its continued' i-&gt; us ■ a luxuriant growth of hair is ob-&lt; (( tained. ~ ft Eucalyptus Price $l.OO &lt;&lt; ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
tZSCSe mm m IS iri v.lvs: ’i l m 1.1 i IliS Unde Sam Says: This is America’s Greatest Medicine. It will Sharpen Your Appetite Purify and Vitalize Your Blood, Overcome That Tired Feeling. *;t a bottle of Hood’s Sarsaparii.a and begin to take it TODAY, and realize the great good it is sure to do you. Hood’s Sarsaparilla Is America’s Greatest Medicine. All druggists. Pacific Coast Steamship Co. m The. Company’s steamers COOS BAT a iul IIOMWI leave GAV lOTA for Sail Francisco, via Port Harford, Cayucos, San Simeon, Mon 'Mi*A terey, and Santa Cruz at (5 r&gt; ’tr .Inna ft 10 l*t. Ift. *' k 2. 24 tf r.M. JuneO, 10. 14, 18. 22. 24 50. .Inly 4. 8, 12, 10, 2(1. 24, 28 Aug. and evsry Fourth day thereafter. Lv. GAVIOTA for Newport via Sta. Durham, Ventura, Huenemo, San Pedro, and East San Pedro, it T. p. M.. June 3. 7. 11. 15. It), 23. 27, July 1, 5, 1), 13, 17, 21, 25, 2;., Aug. 2 and every fourth flay thereafter. The elegant steamers SANTA KOSA 111 a POMONA leave SANTA BARBARA for Sa...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
A 3 M S' ifra S.j tj vvy iST’ ? aJa fr? W Wi. r ~r*v wmm mm m m &amp; sf s :•••/. M I ** Ai t *rt4L f WTtT* 3 ?* .V T1 T&gt; ft: ID; r\ / 13 iu: Ljxiri\iLx3 ; O ?2 5 are to bo found at •ar. o. kudox.ph’s. LOMPOC LODGE, No- 262 r. &amp; A. »i. Meets at Odd Fellow’s Hall on Friday evening on before full moon ns follows Visiting brethren in good standing are cordially invited to attend. W. C. Dali,, Secretary. Holton Wkiiu. M. C!RLS! We offer you a chance to earn premium and to learn business methods at same ime. If under 20 write for particulars 1o GASH STORE 25 27 Market S's S. F
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
LINKS or TRAVEL %/A W W*,- &amp; £ 5?3 fc » ST*&gt; o|_ '4*&gt; fi 6 j gw i iw it i) ~ £-a r&gt; ti r, v v- :&gt; tra aik iffite Wiit-ie iw t&gt;i.y \\ hat are the ii li&lt; (i semen 1- '! Vi Jlflt dot's it cost ? \\ Im* should one fake? 1- there otd'U honing? * * * All the-e questions and many others arc anstyeied in the atiractive literalnie prepaied by I lift SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY, concerning the mountain and seaside resoitsoF California. Ask the neare.-t r.geut for these iiDS TO A HAPPY VACATION A!! over fie Slate are hundreds of picturesque places, elegant hotels. unconventional camps, grand scenery, splendid and charming socle y, aie some of their attractions. LAKE T\HOW, YOSEMTTE VALLEY CASTLE Oil AG. DHL MONTE, CATaIANA ISLAND, SANTA out 2, LAKE OOUNTV, LONG REACH. GEYSERS, SANTA MONICA, Don’t go to the same place year after year simply because you are familiar with it. Get out of the old rut and see tlie beauties of...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Open Air Concert. By the Lompoc Bond. This Saturday evenin'?, 8 p. in. The Populist primaries will be held throughout the county to-day. The Hall Irrigating Company of this * valley will soon incorporate. Dr. Constable is at home again. He returned from Los Angeles Wednesday. The Populist primary election will be heldin the Dinwiddle Hall, this city, to-day The mothers meeting will be held with Mrs. Corning next week Friday at 2:30 p. ro. Mayor Stewart who has been absent for the past few days, returned home yesterday General meeting of the Red Cross Society will be held in the City Hall Tuesday •vening June 21st. Three parties from London, England were guests at the Commercial Hotel, this city, Tuesday evening. All the seating capicity was made use of at Rev. Mr. Henry’s Church Sunday eve ning last at the regular services. Charlie Callis and wife will remove to Watsonville in July. Charlie gJtss to assist merchant Da Has in h ss'ore. Mr. Parker of Gojo was in town Tuesday. He repor...
THE WAR NEWS. The Story of Stirring Times Condensed for the Husy Header. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
THE WAR NEWS. The Story of Stirring Times Condensed for the Husy Header. Monday, Junk 13th:— The first army of invasion to Cuba consisting of thirty two transports and stetmships bearing over 15,000 officers and men sailed from Key M eat yesterday. Tuesday, June 14th: —A dispatch from Madrid says the Spanish government is not taking steps for peace. Captian-General August! has concentrated 20,000 well drilled men for the defence of the city and that his batteries of artillery are asserted to comprise ID!) long range guns The second Philippine fleet leave San Francisco to-day. The 42,000 volunteers called atChatanoo. ga are reaching a degree of excellence in their drilling. Wednesday June 15th:— Battle Sunday night between Spanish and Americans at Guantanamo. Spanish finally repulsed. Two Americans killed and four wounded. Fifteen Spaniards killed. Second. Manila expedition leaves San Francisco today. Gen. Blanco says he will reduce Havana to ashes before ho will surrender fortificat...
A GRAND WEDDING. On Thursday Evening at the Home of the Bride’s Parents, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
A GRAND WEDDING. On Thursday Evening at the Home of the Bride’s Parents, One of the most delightful events of the present year in our little city transpired last evening (Thursday June 1(1) at tho residence of the Ex. Marshal, John Saunders by the marriage of Miss HI la Saunders and Prof. Joseph Miller. A large company principally relatives of tho high contracting parties gathered to witness the ceremony that would make, “Two loyal hearts to beat as one” until death shall part them. The front of the house was decorated with numerous Chinese lanterns: the colored lights ot weich mingling with the green foilage of vines and many flowers presented a scene of resplendent beauty, while within skillful hands prompted by loving hearts bad made the parlor a regular bower of beauty and fragrance in honor of the happy event. At one end of the room was suspended from the ceiling a magnificent weeding bell constructed of pure white 1 illies under which the bride and groom stood during the cerem...
Testimonial [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Testimonial Montecito Cal., May 3, 1808. N. C. Heron, M. D.—Enclosed please find 50 cents for which I promised to send you for one bo: tte of your Eucalyptus Oil, von left,with me for trial, I have used it on my head and it has helped me more than anything else I have used. Three months ago 1 was thrown from my carriage on State street, taken up for dead, a terrible cut on my head and badly bruised and is quite sore and painful. Your Eucalyptus Oil seems to be helping it very much. Yours Respectfully, Mrs. E. C. Marsh Call on Charlie Rios if you want to improve your apper-mce. Mrs. Church received another large order of the eucalyptus remedies Thursday Acquaint yourself with this medicine if you have anything the matter with you. Everybody who has tried it pronounces it excellent. A great many pair of shoes are wr v n out before an man dot sal.', he says, lint ii you buy 7 your shoes of J. C. Kudolpb you can do at least half yon say before you get away with one pair—because his shoe...
MARRIED [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
MARRIED MILLER—SAUNDERS:—Lompoc, June 16th.,1898, at the residence of the brides parents, Uev. Mr. Henry officiating, Joseph C. Miller and Hila H. Saunders, both of Lompoc. The Journal extends thanks for a liberal supply of wedding cake. GRIFFIN—CHEADLE.— Santa Rita, June 15th, 1898, at the horn ■ of the brides parents, Rev. Mr. Johnson officiating, Mr, Claude Griffin of Los lleros, and Mifs Nettie Cheadle of Santa Rita.