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Brotherhood Society Doing A Good Work [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Brotherhood Society Doing A Good Work To the uninitiated it may seem like the inane utterances of a pastmaster of boasting to say of each Brotherhood meeting that it was the best yet. But tho.-.n -v; have noted the growing interev ; rceive this to be true. The meeting last Monday night was the “best yet” in point of attendance, and was not behind other meetings in interest and importance of its deliberations. President Kirkpatrick presided at the business part of the session and Prof. Dodds over the literary part. An amendment to the constitution affecting the manner of receiving members was adopted. The enrollment of this Brotherhood irt the National Brotherhood association was reported and cards of membership that will serve as passports to all other Brothex-hoods members of the National association were ordered. Under the head of committee reports it was developed that the agitation of tree planting for ornamental purposes has resulted in the sale of more trees than had been boug...
Simple Home Recipe For Rheumatism Cure [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Simple Home Recipe For Rheumatism Cure There is so much rheumatism here in our neighborhood now the following directions for prearing a simple, yet remarkable home mixture by an eminent authority, who writes for readers of a large eastern daily paper will be highly appreciated by those who suffer; Get from any good pharmacy onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandeloin, one ounce Compound Kargon, three ounces of Compound Syrup of Sarsaparilla. Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime; also drink plenty of good water. It is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple home - made mixture, and in most cases a permanent cure is the result. This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the eliminative tissues of the kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood and system the poisons, acids, and waste matter, which cause not only rheumatism, but numerou...
A. B. Williams Weds Miss Mary Irwin [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
A. B. Williams Weds Miss Mary Irwin Miss Mary Irwin of Lompoc, and A. Bascom Williams of Santa Barbara, were quietly married at Ventura last Saturday afternoon by Rev. D. T. Robinson of the Episcopal church. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Irwin of this valley and is a poqular and talented young lady. Her marriage to Mr. Williams is the result of an attachment formed a number of years ago. The bridegroom is well known in this city and is prominent in Masonic and social affairs in Santa Barbara. He was secretary and superintendent of the electric light company for a number of years and county supeiwisor of the city district. From 1880 to 1885 Mr. Williams was county clerk. Mr. and Mrs. Williams are' now permanently at ho, fn Santa Barbara at 1528 Chat ala : u&gt; et.
Family Re-Union At Miguelito Park [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Family Re-Union At Miguelito Park The sheltering oaks, green sward and rippling stream of Miguelito park, was the scene of a happy gathering of the relatives and members of the family of Joshua Barker Sunday. The affair was in the nature of a farewell reception to Mr. Barker’s 'brother-in-law and sister-; , in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McClendon, who had been visiting in the valley and who returned on Wednesday to their home in Oregon. The Barker family is a numerous one and relatives to the number of ! 70 were on hand to participate in the festivities. Most all of the members of Mr. Barker’s family were present, including his daughter, Mrs. C. A. Hunt, wife of the county clerk. Besides his sons and daughters aitd sons-in-law, there were numbered among the guests five grand sonsin law and their wives and families. Seventeen grand-children of Joshua Barker were there and no small numbei' of great grand - children romped among the flowers and ferns and filled the air with childish laugh...
Upton-Stevens Quiet Home Wedding [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Upton-Stevens Quiet Home Wedding Tuesday evening at 8 o’clock a quiet home wedding occurred at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. S. Stephens on East Ocean avenue. Miss Lara, the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephens, was the bride and Mr. Wm. C. Upton, the groom. Rev. C. S. Tanner, pastor of the Presbyterian church, was the officiating minister. Calla lilies provided the decorations and a wedding repast added cheer to the occasion. The guests were confined to the families of the contracting parties. The young couple left Wednesday for Eldorado county, where they will make their home for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens have the good wishes of many friends for a long life of happiness and pros-, perity.
GREAT DEMAND For Government Stenographers, Mail Clerks, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
GREAT DEMAND For Government Stenographers, Mail Clerks, Etc. For several years there has been such demand for stenographers, railway mail clerks, etc., in the government service, that practically all who passed these examinations from this western district received appointments and at good salaries. These positions are not effected by crop failures or financial panics. No political pull is necessary. The examinations are not hard when one knows what to study and how to study it and is well taught. Any one prepared for the railway mail service can also pass the examinations for P. 0. clerk, carrier, or custom house service. Any one of these courses can be taken in person or by mail in" the San Bernardino Business College and Civil Service Institute. This school continues throughout the summer without vacation and is the only school in California making a specialty of this work and assisting young people to secure government positions. Those enrolling now can be prepared to pass the f...
One and One-Third Fares to See the Fleet [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
One and One-Third Fares to See the Fleet Agent Danneberg has been in correspondence with the main office of the Southern Pacific in regard to a special train to Santa Barbara while the fleet of battleships is in port and he has instruction that one and onethird fare will be the prevailing rate to Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz and San Francisco. A special train will be run out of Lompoc on a set date providing the company can get a guarantee of 100 passengers at $3.50 each. An effort is to be made to get subscriptions for the number as the fleet attraction is about the biggest thing in sight-seeing ever brought to the Coast.
Ordinance No. 130 AN ORDINANC . OF THE TOWN OF LOMPOC RELATING TO THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION TO BE HEi.D IN said TOWN ON THE 13TU DAY OF APRIL, 1908, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING OFFICERS OF SAID TOWN OF LOMPOC. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Ordinance No. 130 AN ORDINANC . OF THE TOWN OF LOMPOC RELATING TO THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION TO BE HEi.D IN said TOWN ON THE 13TU DAY OF APRIL, 1908, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING OFFICERS OF SAID TOWN OF LOMPOC. The Board of Trustees of the Town of Lompoc do ordnin ns follows: Section 1, That the biennial election of the Town officers of the said Town o( Loinptic shall be held under and in accordance with the General Election law of the State of California, on Monday, the 13th day of April. 191.8, and that the polls of said election shall be open at six o’clock in the morninir of said day and be kept open until live o'clock p. m. of the same day, when the polls shall be closed. Section 2. That the Town of Lompoc shall be divided into two piecincts, with boundaries fixed ns follows, to-wit: That portion of the Town lying west of H street shall constitute and be known as Precinct No. I. and all that portion of the aaid Town of Lompoc lying east of H street shall constitute and be known as ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
i IjiOMPOG I Lit k Power Company y AH Kinds of Electrical &lt; Supplies In Stock | 'FIXTURES and SHADES, FLAT 4 IRONS, CHANDELIERS, ETC. I Contracts taken for i Wiring. Power Supplies and Display Wiring for Special t Occasions. Everything else Electricity. We can suit you THE HOME RESTAURANT • FIRST-CLASS Meal» • Served at All Hour* • for 25 Cents. Tickets • good or 21 meals $4 | SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER • Sunday 25 Cents W. W. WALLET.. WAGON MAKER AND REPAIRER Band Sawing, Scroll Work, Brackets etc. Saw gumming and tiling a specialty. Shop in N. L. Spauue’a warehouse. Oor. Ocean Avenue and I street, LOMPOC, : ; : CALIFORNIA IT’S THE TX3H2ST3THE MONITOR Cleaner and Separator Will clean your Mustard seed; will prevent unnecessary waste; will enable you to have a firstclass variety; will enable you to command tiptop prices. The Lompoc Real Estate &amp; Produce Company 60 YEARS* EXPERIENCE Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Acniitlon io probably paienniuio. j, v ... 18 strict...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS For Treasurer 1 hereby announce myself as au independent candidate for election to the office of Treasurer of tire Town of Lompoc. C. U. TUCKER. For Clerk I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for election to (he office of Clerk of the Town of Lompoc. G. W. MEALS. For Clerk 1 hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for election to the office of Clerk of the Town of Lompoc. G. W. PRATT. For Marshal I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for re tiou to the office of Marshal of the Town of Lompoc. W. S. BLAND. For Marshal I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for election to the office of Marshal of the Town of Lompoc. W. L TALBOTT.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES LA PDRISSIMA CIRCLE, NO. 519. WO-nu-n of Woodcraft., meets every second Friday evening of each month at Forester’s Hall. Visiting Neighbors are cordially invited. Emna Lono. Guardian Neighbor. Myrtle Uiohek. Clerk. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 248, I. O. O. F., meets every Saturday evening at. their hall, corner H and Ocean avenue, at 7:30 o’clock. VII visiting brothers are invited to be present, Ernest Anderson, N. G. F. J. Miller, Sec. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 202, F. &amp; A. M. Stated meetings: .Tannery 17, February 14. March 18, April 10, May 15, .June 12. (24, St. John’s Day), July 10, August 7, September 4, October 9, November 6, December 8, (27, St. John’s Day.) J, KLEIN, W. M. 11. H. Lambert, Secretary. MIOUEI.II'O CHAPTER, O. E. S. Meets in I. O. O. F. hall the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. MAUD BAILEY, W. M. Anna L. Dim«.ck, Secretary. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 57, K. of P„ meets every Wednesday night. Hall on the corner of I street and Ocean avenue, ovt r M...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
GRAHAM DRUG CO. 0 0 e 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 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. ..j THE BANK OF LOMPOC OFIFCERS \V. 11. SUDDEN, President JAMES SLOAN. ViCE-PaESiDENT L. KvHN, Ass’t Carhieb J. KLEIN, Cashier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAPT. U. SUDDEN, President W. H. SUDDEN, Vicb-Pbes, J. KLEIN, Cashier W. G, BISSINGEK, Ass’t Cash's Combined Capital and Surplus . $175,000.00 Four and One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings Deposits . EXCHANGE DRAWN UN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD gift ■a**! ' f r •;r i r Kill \A i 1 Our Pictures Have arrived for the Holiday trade. Prices from 25c np to $lO. A new line of mouldings. Frames made to order. 000 50 Rockers to select from, and some of them nre beauties. Also a fine line of Morris chairs—leather upholster ini'. Come iu nud inspect them. LONG, Leading Furniture Dealer n none Mi Highest cash Price Pai...
BRIEF LOCALS: [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
BRIEF LOCALS: How easy it is to tell others it’s no use to worry. Remember the dance in the opera house tonight. Will Larimer spent a few days at Santa Barbara this week. Mrs. G. W. Marine is confined to her home with a severe illness. F. A. Parker transacted business at the county seat Saturday. There should be a general celebration of all classes on April Ist, E. L. Hudson transacted business at the county seat during the week. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs Calhoun was reported seriously ill during the week. C. P. Baird was over from Santa Maria on business Tuesday, returning the following day. Mrs. A. C. Whittemore returned the first of the week from a visit to relatives in Santa Mail a. Miss Maggie Hanly is enjoying a visit with relatives and friends in Lompoc. Santa Ynez Argus. Miss Edna Teown, of Arroyo Grande, is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Whitteraore. Mrs. Gapt. Averill has donated for the use of the library a complete set of the Encyclopaedia Brjiannica. A ...
St. Patrick's Day Celebrated By Eagles [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
St. Patrick's Day Celebrated By Eagles The Eagles again proved themselves royal entertainers Tuesday evening when they gave a grand St. Patrick’s ball at the opera house, furnished an excellent orchestra until four in the morning and served an elaborate spread in the Eagles’ I hall. The dance was conducted smoothly and orderly, souvenir programs being used and a large floor committee being otv hand to see that none were slighted. There were fully 200 dancers in attendance. The music was said to be first-class, the orchestra being composed of J. W. Edrington, violin; Mrs. Stephens, piano; A. B. Mcßeynolds of Guadalupe, cornet; Prof. G. Colliti of San Luis Obispo, clarinet. The hall was profusely decorated with green crepe? paper and the wearing of the green was part of the performance.
Bob Burdette Comes To Lompoc April 16 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Bob Burdette Comes To Lompoc April 16 The Lompoc Lyceum Bureau has | secured Robert J. Burdette for ! Thursday evening, April 16. The I very announcement that Burdette [will lecture in Lompoc should be sufficient to insure a crowded house on that night. So far as we know, this famous poet, humorist, lecturer and preacher, has never been heard in Lompoc, but his fame as an entertainer has traveled to the ends of the earth. He is accounted one of America’s happiest wits, and his humorous lectures are irresistable both for their mirth - provoking qualities and their rare philosophy and happy style of delivery. The lecture will be given in the Lompoc opera house and it is confidentially hoped that the buiiding will be none too large to seat the audience that will greet Robert J. Burdette when he appears April 16. Secure your seats early; you may never have the chance again. The committee has been disappointed in getting a musical number and will cheerfully refund the money to any who ha...
Famous Minstrels Coming April 2nd [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Famous Minstrels Coming April 2nd The opera house management has neon red Ihe high - class attraction known as Gorton’s Minstrels and its famous band for April 2. This big show has never been heard in Lompoc and is a little ahead of anything in that tine ever shown here. This is ■ what the Loh Angeles Herald has , to say of Gorton’s Minstrels, now j playing a week the the Los Angeles ■ theatre: v i “Very much like one of the ! good old fashioned minstiet shows I • lis the performance of Gorton’s j minstrels, which opened an enI gagFinent for the week at the Los j Angeles theatre last night. It is ; constructed along the old ’‘legitimate’ lines and with (he traditional staging. The company is exclusively masculine, well trained, and. in Bam Lee and Jake Wei by, has two real black face comedians. Their work was amplified by C. C. Pearl, tlie interlocutor, wtnris a genuine mirth pilot. “The miustiel first part includes good ballads by Lansing Briggs and William Frank; plantation melodi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 March 1908
Winter Is Here and no doubt you want Good Shoes, Try a pair of the CELEBRATED Napa Tan You can get them for men or boys from A. J. NEGUS! Successor to MOORE &amp; NEGUS FOR QUALITY Wheifi buying your groceries aud canned goods you nil ways look for the best. In that you are rio&amp;it. The best of food is none too good for any of us. _ In this connection we claim that S W stands for everything that is strictly first-class and pure in groceries. This house accepts no fruit or vegetables in their canning department which are not ytrictly first-class. We carry la complete line of these goods aud stand bacfcc of every article sent out Look for the trade mark and buy jjood goods. W. k SOUNDERS &amp; CO.