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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
The General “Demand of the Well-Informed of the World has always been for a simple, pleasant and.efficient liquid laxative remedy ol known value; a laxative which physicians could sanction for family use because its component parts are known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial ii effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with its excellent combination of Syrup of “Pigs and Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for its remarkable success. That is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the WellInformed. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine—manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 29 February 1908
RHEUMATISM CAN NOT BE RUBBED AWAY It is perfectly natural to mb the spot that hurts, and when the muscles, nerves joints and bones are throbbing and twitching with the pains of Rheumatism the sufferer is apt to turn to the liniment bottle, or some other external application, in an effort to get relief from the disease, by producing counter-irritation on the flesh. Such treatment will quiet the pain temporarily but can have no direct curative effect on the real disease because it does not reach the blood, where the cause is located. Rheumatism is more than skin deep—it is rooted and grounded in the blood and can only be reached by constitutional treatment—lT CANNOT BE RUBBED AWAY, Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid in the blood, brought about by the accumulation in the system of refuse matter which the natural avenues of bodily waste, the Bowels and Kidneys, have failed to carry off. This refuse matter, coming in contact with the different acids of the body, forms uric acid ...
LATE HAPPENINGS ALONG THE COAST Interesting Items of News From Those States that Border the Broad Pacific. Gut rent tvents Among Your Neighbors in the tar West Gathered by Mail and Telegraph and Presented in Kaledioscopic Array. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
LATE HAPPENINGS ALONG THE COAST Interesting Items of News From Those States that Border the Broad Pacific. Gut rent tvents Among Your Neighbors in the tar West Gathered by Mail and Telegraph and Presented in Kaledioscopic Array. Santa Rosa.—Under the auspices of the Women’s Improvement Club of this city, a rose carnival is to be held here on May 15 and 10. Petaluma. —August Hogg, an’ eccentric old man, who, though of a wealthy English family and highly educated, was a junk dealer by choice, died' a few days ago in poverty. Oakland.—Erland H. Soderberg, who killed his mother, was found guilty of murder in the first degree by a jury in Judge Melvin’s court, with the recommendation that he be given a l&gt;fe sentence. ' Washington. —The Secretary of the Interior has awarded the contract for cement to the Western Building Material Company, Napa Junction, for the Payette-Boise project in Idaho —7500 barrels at $l.lO a barrel. San Francisco. —William T. Kearney, an ironworker on a...
Ten Dollars a Day for Doing Nothing. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Ten Dollars a Day for Doing Nothing. Stockton.-—The taxpayers of the city are indignant over a waste of city funds by tbe City Council which has been discovered. F- N, Vail, an expert, who was appointed to superintend the construction of streets under tho bond issue of $187,000, has been drawing a salary of $lO a day for months, though not any work lias been done by the company which secured the contract. The Council has revoked his appointment and It is very doubtful if he will again be selected.
Bay Pirate Sentenced. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Bay Pirate Sentenced. Redwood City.—H. F. Edwards was sentenced to a year in San Quentin for stealing a .sloop from Alameda and looting hunters’ cabins on the bay shore. He is an undersized youth, not yet of age. His partner in crime, F. Kelly, ,17 years old, was allowed three months’ liberty on his own recognizance.
End of Attack on Bond Issue. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
End of Attack on Bond Issue. Washington.—The Supreme Court of the District of Columbus has dismissed the proceedings instituted some months ago by George F. Austin of New York to compel Secretary Cortelyou to issue to him $3,000,000 worth of Panama canal bonds. The court held that the secretary had the right to reject any or all bids and to consider the financial conditions of the country and if the courts were to enjoin such proceedings, a syndicate might get control of an entire bond issue and cause financial ruin.
Miner Found Ancient Fossil. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Miner Found Ancient Fossil. Sail Bernardino. —John T. Reed, president of the Gem Mining Company of this city, has received a letter from the Smithsonian Institution acknowledging the receipt of a fossil which had been exhumed in the company’s quarries nine miles north of Barstow. The letter announces that the fossil is that of a horse of the tertiary period. The letter states that this is the first fossil of the species ever found in this State of such an early date.
Sold Whiskey to Comrades. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Sold Whiskey to Comrades. Napa.—O. F. Brewer, aged 04 years, and an inmate of the Veterans’ Home, pleaded guilty to selling liquor within a mile and a half of the Yountvillo Home and in default of $4OO fine went to jail for 100 days. For months Brewer purchased whisky here, carried it to Yountville in grips on the electric cars, and .peddled it from his pockets to comrades.
HAITIAN OFFICIALS ORDER EXECUTION OF FOREIGNERS [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
HAITIAN OFFICIALS ORDER EXECUTION OF FOREIGNERS Washington.—The American guaboat Eagle has been ordered to Port-au-Prince, Hayti, where the Haytian government summarily executed a number of revolutionists. The vessel is not sent there because of any serious apprehension on the part of officials here that American interests at Port-au-Prince or at other points in Hayti are in serious danger, but as a matter of precaution. It is not believed at the state department that foreign interests in Hayti are seriously menaced. The disposition of the administration is to keep u hands off and to give the people of Hayti an opportunity_to work out their own salvation. It is realized that in dealing with revolutionary movements, stern, repressive measures often are necessary. Paris.—The situation between the Haytian government and France has become acute and critical. The French legation at Port-au-Prince is menaced and a general massacre of the white residents of the islands is feared. This info...
TOWNS OF NORTHERN COAST ENDANGERED BY HIGH WATERS [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
TOWNS OF NORTHERN COAST ENDANGERED BY HIGH WATERS Spokane, Wash. —Specials to the Spokesman-Review from Lewiston, Juliaetta, Kendrick and Culdesac, Idaho, tell of damaging floods, bridges gone, railroad communication interrupted and great rivers above the danger point and still rising. The Clearwater river at Lewiston rose ten feet and the Snake is feeling the effects of the rains in the mountains. The falsework of the Oregon Railroad and Navigation Company at Lewiston is torn out and | the bridge is in danger. Heavy slides; cover the tracks at several points, | while at other points the tracks of both ' the Northern Pacific and Oregbti kail-' road and Navigation Company are under water. Lapwai creek at Culdesac is over its banks, water flows through the streets, the water works are flooded, bridge approaches gone and the town is without good drinking water. Hundreds of feet of track are washed out on the Palouse branch near Juliaetta, and the depot at the town is in danger. At Kend...
PAY JAPS FOR DAMAGES, BUT NOT FOR WOUNDED DIGNITY [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
PAY JAPS FOR DAMAGES, BUT NOT FOR WOUNDED DIGNITY San Francisco. —One “incident” which was made to assume proportions last May calculated to threaten the peace of the world was adjusted satisfactorily Monday for $450. The board of supervisors authorized City Attorney Long to settle the claim of Y. Eimoto for this sum. Eimoto was proprietor of the Horseshoe bathhouse at 1214 Folsom street, which was damaged on May 20, 1907, during a disturbance in that quarter of the city. Eimoto put in a claim for $1075 and appealed to the Japanese consul, who in turn referred the matter to Toldo through the Japanese ambassador. Toldo made a protest at Washington and displayed signs of such belligerency that the nations of the earth predicted war. In the intervening months the mat- ter has been quietly discussed by all parties concerned. It was seen that the incident was not of sufficient proportions to occasion international correspondence. Eimoto’s claims were shaved down to $450 and the city has ...