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GLOBE SIGHTS, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
GLOBE SIGHTS, Some fellows have a great deal of ibllity in ungrammatical packages. Women have a nice way of being mean that men cannot hope to equal. When a woman really loves a man she will shoot him If occasion arises Having common sense and having command of it are two different things If you think the price of milk h reasonable, that settles it: you sen milk. So many people are like a poor I.v governed community. They fall tc maintain a sinking fund. No class of advertising pays a bigger rate of interest on the investment than wedding invitations.. After a man reaches sixty, bis great hope at the end of every day is that he will feel hotter in the morning. The unhappy women are not all married to mean men; many of the unhappy women not married c at fill. When a woman says her husband will not give her any satisfaction when sho accuses him, she means he will not confess. The man who tells tiresome stories usually has a big strong voice, loif of determination, and gets to the end ...
SPLINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
SPLINTERS. Dear to all—venison. Moving pictures—The carter. All the world loves a lover, except the other fellow. Food for thought does not give mam people Indigestion. All the world Is a stage ami everj nan thinks he is a star. If you cant’ keep up the speed yo? shouldn’t enter the race. Those who dwell on mountains an accustomed to high living. Some people don’t think of taking time by the forelock until it is bald. The quicker a man gets rich tlu quicker he usually unloads the coin. Those who stick to the straight and narrow path won’t get hit by the anto mobiles. Down on the farm is very poeth while you are bumming on your country cousius. It is easier to borrow from a new friend than it is to pay hack what yor owe an old one. Benners —That bass drummer was Impersonating an officer. Jenners— What did he do? Go to sleep on his beat? Bills—l understand that young Browu created quite an impression ai the reception? Wills —Yes, he was tin only one present who didn’t talk. Boyce—You ...
A Difficult Lingo. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
A Difficult Lingo. “When George Ade wintered in Egypt.” said a Baltimorean, “it amused him a good deal to see the serious way- in which his fellow-tourists took their smattering of Egyptian archaeology, of the Arabic tongue, and of the ancient Egyptian dynasties. They had picked up all this flimsy knowledge In a week or two’s reading, but they acted as though it was the precious fruit of a lifetime’s study. “At Assouan, one fine day, a young woman from St. Joseph complained that she could not understand the Arabic of her guide. To the crowd that encircled her she pointed out the guide .—a bent old fellow with a white beard —and she said bitterly that, after her thorough . study of Arabic,. it seemed strange that she and this guide could not converse. “From the rear of the crowd Mr. Ade called gravely; “‘lt’s your own fault. Miss Ilodson. You should have hired a younger guide. These toothless old ones all speak gum \rablc.’ ”
Mueli in billlc. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
Mueli in billlc. A. J. Ulrich, traffic manager of the Keystone Telephone Company. of.-rhil-adelphia, has deleted the word “please” from the vocabulary, of his exchange girls. They will hereafter say “Ring off” instead of “Please ring off,:’ “Call again” instead of “Please call again” and so on. “The word ‘please,’ ” Mr. Ulrich explained to a reporter, “was used in our telephone business 900,000 times a day. Allowing half a second for its utterance, that meant a daily waste of 125 hours. Why shouldn’t all those hours be saved, saved for some hotter use? “You know,” Mr. Ulrich went on, “I believe In few words. Wasted, superfluous words mean spoiled effects. What, for instance, could have been more telling, more effective, than the note, containing not a single superfluous or wasted word, that a man once wrote to his physician? “This note ran; ' “ ‘Dear doctor —I had a few words with my wife last evening. Please send me a bottle of lotion.’ ”
, For Three Reasons. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
, For Three Reasons. “Teeth,” groaned the man with the aching molar, “are like money.” “What's the answer?” queried the drug clerk. “Hard to get, hard to keep and hard to lose,” answered the sufferer. There are now a total of" 222,00 C farmers’ leagues in Italy. The relative commercial importance of the leagues is Increasing rapidly with every year an Is also their number.
BORAX IN THE DAIRY A Matter of Profitable Interest to the Farmer and Dairyman [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
BORAX IN THE DAIRY A Matter of Profitable Interest to the Farmer and Dairyman The problem of keeping sweet all the utensils used in connection with milk and cream selling, and butter making, has been a serious one with the farmer. He has come to realize fully that the slightest taint or hint of staleness left in a can, tin or churn may ruin a whole output; that the taint which is left is in the form of bacteria which grow and multiply in milk or butter, producing disastrous results. The farmer has learned that hot water won’t rinse away the greasy residue in dairy utensils. He has learned that soap leaves a residue of its own which is, if anything. worse than the milk or cream residue, and it, is little wonder that there has been a constant clamor for a dairy cleanser and sweetener that will meet modern requirements. A few of the largest creamery establishments have called experts into consultation on this problem and have with this scientific aid hit upon a product of nature which ...
Only One “BROMO QUININE.” [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
Only One “BROMO QUININE.” That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. Used the World over to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c. Say a few kind words to the child with a pale sad face. PjTC St. Vitus’ Dance and all Nervous Diseases t! ! O permanently cured by Dr. Kline’s Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE $2 trial bottle and treatise. Dr, R, H. Kline, Ld,, 931 Arch St. Philadelphia. Pa. Ghosts and visions never hang around colleges. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup lhe best remedy to use for their children during the teething period. Rest to 1 lie mind comes in a change of thought. After you think deeply sec how gay you can be. Find joyful lines for a'spell. “The deeds of great men live after them”—The pleasant effect of a drink of Old Gilt Edge Whiskey is also lasting. To rise over those you have made fall is ignoble.
Iv alzoiij a so 111 cr. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
Iv alzoiij a so 111 cr. “The worst thing about taking a daj off and having a good time,” groanec r.udger. bathing his aching head, “is that you need about two days to forget it! It is computed that about 17400 words (vore sent over Hie Atlantic on the opening day of the wireless telegraph service from the United Kingdom to Canada, Statistics show that 140,000 children in Belgium—more than .13 per cent of the population—are without any education.
LITTLE ABOUT EVERYTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
LITTLE ABOUT EVERYTHING. Mrs. A. E. Scott, of Florida, Monroe County, Mo., was the nurse of Mark Twain, who was born in that town. Mrs. Scott is still active in body and mind, although ST years old. One of tiie most beautiful and accomplished girls of Quitman, Ga., Miss Ruby Tilly, has been appointed a missionary to Korea by the Methodists, and is now on her way to her post. Further expose of peonage conditions in the South shows many European immigrants are held under armed guard for alleged debt. Mississippi law permits seizure of runaway servants. William E. Curtis says the Dowager Empress of China has honored Sir Liang Cheng-tung for bringing the news that the United States would waive its claim for the $24,000,000 Boxer indemnity. The production of oleomargarine in the year ended June .‘lO rose to U5,988,850 pounds, an increase of 15,842,191 pounds over 1900. ''■ The government derived an income of $887,041 from its tax- on the article. News of a discovery of gold in an unnamed...
RECENT NOTES OF SCIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
RECENT NOTES OF SCIENCE. M. Metchnikoff for longevity advises sour milk and an absence of worry. A shellfish in the Mediterranean spins a flue silk, ns fine as any from a cocoon. The fish is the prima nobilis. The big trees of California are not ;he only ones of their ago. In the Cape Verde islands there is a baobab tree at least 5,000 years old. In Spruce canyon, near . Cliff palace, Colorado, Prof. E. L. Hewitt has discovered a prehistoric ruin six stories high, one of the finest examples of the cliff dwelling ever found. The National Druggist scoffs at Dr. Wiley’s proposed investigation of soda fountain drinks. It does not believe as he does that any of the beverages contain chloral hydrate, opium or cocaine. In China the natives preserve vegetables by coating them with salt and drying them in the sun. Hams are cured by means of an alkaline earth and v common salt. Pickled eggs are preserved with a compound of common mud, salt’ saltpeter and soy bean sauce. A French peasant to wa...
UNFAMILIAR FACTS, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
UNFAMILIAR FACTS, There are two authentic cases of parrots who lived over 100 years. A cork carried to a depth of 200 feet below the surface of the sea will not rise again owing to the pressure of water. Members of the Illinois Undertakers’ Association are discussing the plan to call themselves “morticians” instead of undertakers. In 1000 the quantity of coal consumed in Germany was, for the first time, greater than the quantity consumed in Great Britain.^ The increase in the rice crop in this country has been the means of booming a great portion of Texas land, so that it is now worth ten times what it was valued at ten years ago. Mrs. Charlotte Smith, founder of the Woman’s Board of Trade of Boston, is making serious effort to have a woman’s hotel built in her home city, modeled after the Mills hotels in New York. A man who was knocked down by a hansom cab in Essex Toad, Islington, London, had the stump of Ills wooden leg broken, and a large number of silver and copper coins droppe...