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WE ARE GOING TO CELEBRATE The Fourth Which Marks the Rebirth of the Freedom of’ the World. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
WE ARE GOING TO CELEBRATE The Fourth Which Marks the Rebirth of the Freedom of’ the World. ' A call for a Fourth of July , as meeting at the town hall met with a i .■arty response of patriotic citizens. The house was called to order, Attorney Sheridan in the chair, who clearly slat.d the purpose of the meeting. It. .1. Lamar was chosen asj Secretary and JW. A. Saunders Treasurer, K was then moved and seconded that an executive committee be appointed—consisting of three persons—and ihut the appoint merit he made by the chair: The following were selected Rev. J. 11. Henry, C. A. Farnum and J. B Dean . Also the following committieea were appointed by the chair: Litebaky Committee: A. MoClean, Prof. Denton, Prof. Webb, Walter C. Ball, Mr*. W. W. Broughton, Mrs. J. G. Bissinger. Music Committee: —Prof. Soria, Itev. J. HHenry, Walter Ball, Mrs. W. W. Broughton Mrs. J. G. Bissinger. Soliciting Committee- -A. Jtehmnn, J. P. Gray. S. K. Shilling, J. 0. lludolph, F. M. Dyer, Freeman Ft k, Ste...
WEDDING BELLS. Matrimony Takes One of Santa Rita’s Young Ladies [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
WEDDING BELLS. Matrimony Takes One of Santa Rita’s Young Ladies On Wednesday, June,lsth at 12 o’clock, a beautiful wedding took place at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. G, L. Cheadle. The bridal party were Miss Nettie of Santa Kila to Mr. Claude Griffin of Los lleros. The event was a most enjoyable one. The bride was dressed in a light tan slimmed with beautiful lace and ribbon; she carried ,■. lovely boquett of white roses. The groom was dressed in the conventional black. Miss Ida Day acted as brides maid and Walter Griffin as beat man. A wedding march was played by Mrs. Geo. Day, while the couples marched to the parlor where tbs ceremony took place. Itev. Mr. Johnson officiating. snraptons dinner was served immediate ly after the ceremony, of which every one present heartily enjoyed. It is impossible to express onr gratitude to the head waiter Mr,— who forgot uothng, not even the “pie,” Many useful presents, as well as ornamental were given to tire newly married coupl...
DIPLOMAS AWARDED The High School Commencement Took PI sice Thursday Evening [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
DIPLOMAS AWARDED The High School Commencement Took PI sice Thursday Evening On Thursday evening the large assembly room in the high school building was tilled to its doors —the occasion being the high school commencement and to witness the honors accorded to those of the class of ’9B whose untireing efforts and literary researches have been awarded and crowned with success. Motto: “Rowing not Drifting.” The class roll consists of the following: Walter E. Callis, W’ill E. Booth, Edmund I’. Farnum, Alberta Bliss Dimock. Lovely music was furnished under the direction of Prof, Soria which had a pleasing effect on the whole audience. Following the invocation was a selection from 11 Travatore. “Our Nations Foreign Policy,” was the subject for the address of Walter E. Callis and the subject for Will E. Booth’s address “The Integrity of American Citizenship,” both addresses being subjects of deep study. Next came a vocal solo, entitled “Remember or Forget” by Miss Mabel Wal ley The address ...
AT THE CHUKC'HES. A Good Place To Spend An Hour or So To Morrow. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
AT THE CHUKC'HES. A Good Place To Spend An Hour or So To Morrow. The following programme will be rendered at the Christian Church Sunday evening: g Ol) g From Greenland’s Icy Mountains. Scripture Reading. Prayer Ship of Zion Recitation Gather the Crumbs Grace McGregor Recitation Only a Crumb Ada Lowry Song by Young People’s Class Missionary Sketch Lela West S, JUK Ry Infant Class Recitation K°y Finley Saved by Grace Lillie Horn Recitation Ella Finley Recitation Alice Horn The Cross of Christ the World’s Guide Board By Three Little Girls All are cordially invited to attend. Come bring your missionary offering and encourage the little ones. Hargrove Chapel—Regular services Sunday. Subjects, morning sermon, “The General Resurrection, ’’evening, “The Devil sowing vs. Christ and the Results.” A cordial invitation extended to all. G. H. Wilkinson. Ollinger’s trade is rapidly increasing. Call and see threat his store if you want groceries at a bargin.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Local nof.ices will be charged 10 cents per line fir the first insertion, and ;"&gt; cents per ine for each subsequent insertion. . p. FISHEK, NEWSPAPEII ADVEHTI- - Agent, 21 Merchants’ Exchange, San Francisco, is our authorized agent, 'this paper is kept on file in his office. All matter intended for insertion in this paper should reach the office not later than Thursday evening at six o'lcock to insure publication the same week
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Plain sewing: I am prepared to make shirts and do plain sewing. Can re-iine vests and coats, and will do family mending and darning by the week. Work will be called for and returned. I St., near northwest cor. Schoolboaae. Mas. Nettie Saunders. Wood tor sale cheap.—E. H. Amon has an abundance of dry roots for sale on his ranch, suitable for either stove or fireplace, which lie will sell cheap. Wanted A good second hand spring wagon cheap. Apply at this office. If trade is dull try an advertisement in the Journal. We assure you, you'll get good returns. WANTED;—To do a job of painting in exchange for a horse and buggy. O. F. Williams, Commercial Hotel, e©®9B©®e®osC'OC© ®®e®seos eoffioe®s®eo®©®®®o«s®©s©a®e»s®ooo®«®c®oe®©®®9®®®®®®® 3 A There’s Nothing So Htfractlve In Gentlemems Drees than neat collar and cuffs •with appropriate neck wear. Is Ladies’ Furnishing Goods «aanCT.-*g -nxi Spring Styles, pretty and up-to-date. I have them. Money Bach Respectfully if V° u want iL J. C. RUDOLPH...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
NOTICE TO CREDITORS, ESTATE OF JOHN GIOTTONINI DECEASED. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Lovigo Giottonini administrator of the estate "of John Giotonini deceased, to the creditors of, and all persona having claims against the estate of said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator. ,it the office of Sheridan &amp; Fox at Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California, the same being the place selected for the transaction of the business of said estate. „ Lovioo Giottonini Administrator of the estate of John Giottonini, deceased. Dated at Lompoc, May 2"&gt;th, 1898. First publication Way 28to, 1898. fcinnßiDAN &amp; Fox Attorneys for Administrator. FREE TO THE PUBLIC I am sole agent for the Complete Tailor System for Lompoc and vicinity Lessons given free at my residence just north of Lompoc Bank on HSt, A. M. iiUjf'Oi IjK. Groceries? You must eat, you m...
WAS HE A SPY? [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
WAS HE A SPY? By ALFRED R. CALHOUN. [Copyright, 1895, by tho Author.] There w T ere spies on tho Union side during the war and spies on the side of the Confederacy who were without doubt entirely loyal to the side to which they first pledged allegiance. I say “first pledged” purposely, for it was nearly impossible for a man or a woman to be a spy iu the proper sense of the name without pledging friendship to both and deceiving one. It was, however, only at tho beginning and after a spy had been thoroughly tested by an unmistakable confirmation of his informal m that credence was given to him. I know of several cases in which men entered the secret service for w 7 hat they could make out of it without seeming to have any particular leaning for either side and were actually paid by both contestants. I think “Kelley, the Song Man,” as he was called iu the Army of the Tenues ee, was a man of this character, but I will state the facts and leave the reader to judge for himself. Kelley, as...
t;ie monitor. Ericsson's H j oric Ironclad and Its Trip ' o Hampton Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
t;ie monitor. Ericsson's H j oric Ironclad and Its Trip ' o Hampton Roads. The Mo titor bad been formally commissioned on Feb. 25, 1862, under command of Lieutenant John L. Worden, U. S. N. Twelve officers and 45 enlisted men comprised her personnel. Chief Engineer A. C. Stimers, the superintendent of construction, went to sea in the vessel to observe her performance and give the officers the benefit of his knowledge. He was, as stated by Colol:el W. C Church in his “Life of John Ericsson, ” “the only man on board who thoroughly understood the characteristics of the vessel. ” The voyage to gamptou Roads was eventful, and almost ended the career of the Monitor, and with it the fate of ironclads for an indefinite time. Rough weather was encountered, and water broke over the smoke and blower trunks, nearly putting out the fires and stopping the pumps from lack of steam for four or five hours'ou one occasion. Less by foundering was imminent at this time, because of the great quantity of...
A Young Housekeeper. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
A Young Housekeeper. “Have you two or three nice bee) tongues?” asked the new housekeeper. “Not today, ma’am,” replied the butcher, “but I can order them for yon. How many did you say you wanted?” “Two or three. ” “Whole tongues?” “Yes, sir.” “You must have made a mistake. Have you any idea of the size of a beef tongue? I know there are only two in your family, and I can’t see how you could eat all that. ” “I want throe whole beef tongues.” “Very well, ma’am; you know your own business best. But perhaps you want them pickled or in brine?” “I said 1 wanted them fresh. Hava them by tomorrow, please.” That night the young housewife confessed to her husband. “I made a mistake, of course, I thought a beef tongue was about the »same, size as my own tongue. But I wasn't going to admit to that man that 1 didn’t know anything about housekeeping. 1 wouldn’t even ask him how much the three tongues would cost. I’ll buy them tomorrow if it bankrupts us, and then I’ll never trade with that impert...
Still Id the Lead. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
Still Id the Lead. “Is it true, auntie, that you have refused Blakeiu every year for the last 20 years?” “Yes, ruy dear. ” “Do you mind telling rue why?” “Not at all. The first time I refused him 1 told nim that he was uot good enough for me, and I’m uot the woman to admit that he has grown better any faster than 1 have.” Detroit Free Press.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
CHURCH’S Dray and Express • We have started a Dray and Ex- • • press business in Lompoc and • • are prepared to do Freighting • • and light and heavy hauling of 9 • every description at reasonable • • rates 9 FURNITURE t MOVING BAGGAGE DELIVERY. «-All Orders left at the Store of G. W. Moore &amp; Son will be promptly attended to.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. C. 6. STINSON. 1). 0.5.. (Successor to Dr. Gleaves.) —s} DENT I S T ;S Lompoc, California. Over Saunders &amp; Cook’s Drug Store. All Dental operations performed in a firstclass manner at reasonable prices and work guaranteed. Crown and Bridge work a specialty. Painless extraction of teeth. BE. J. E. SHAFEE, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LOMPOC, CAL. Treats diseases of the Ear, Eyes Nose and Throat. Glasses fitted. HOURS: 10 to 11 a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m. Office and Residence on Ocean avenue, one block west of Postoftlce. DK. C. B. CONSTABLE. Graduate University of Maryland, 1882; also Hahnemann Medical College of Phila., 1884. HOM4EPATHIST SURGEON, LOMPOC, CAL. Office—Rudolph Block. Hours: 9t012 a. m.; 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m. Night Calls at Rudolph Block. DR. W. N. WADE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, LOMPOC, CAL. OFFICE—OVER DEAN'S DRUG STORE, Office Hours: 10 to 11 a.m.; 2to 4 and 7to 8 p.m. LOMPOC LODGE, No. 262. F. &amp; A. M. Meets at Odd Fellows’ Ha...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 18 June 1898
THE FASHION J Livery and ®®® ® J : Feed Stable The Leading Livery Stables in Lompoc. Fine Turnouls. Single and Double Rigs at Reasonable Rates. Gentle Horses and Careful Drivers. Prompt Service and Satisfaction. sSS ARKLEY BROS., Prop’s. OCEAN AVENUE, L.OMROC. HOTEL ARTHUR| ORSTAD &amp; McPHAIL, PROPRIETORS. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TOURISTS. Headquarters for Commercial Travelers. 'J. The only Hotel in Lompoc Commodious Sample Rooms. Telephone 46. Em ploying White Help exclusively Exclusive Agency for all Stage Lines. II Street, LOMPOC, CAL. MEW MORRIS HOUSE SANTA BARBARA, CAL, Opened March 5, 1895. under New Management. Rates $1.25 and $2 per Day. - Campio Room f or Commercial Men FREE 'BUS TO AND FROM ALL TRAINS. Brennan &amp; Callahan* - - - - Proprietors. IT STHWDS TO KEdSOiy That it pays to buy of McPhail because he is selling Furniture of All Kinds —••• At astonishingly Low Prices. Have you seen his magnificent stock of .... WALL. PAPER Which he is offeri...
UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899
UNITED STATES. President McKinley laid the cor-ner-stone of the magnificent new Federal building in Chicago. Four new cases of smallpox are reported at Great Falls, Mont., and are now at the pesthouse. About ten more have been discharged as cured. Boston wishes to have the liberty bell brought from Philadelphia to that city next June, when the 125 th anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill will be celebrated, A street car containing twentythree people was struck by a train on the Pittsburg and Western Railroad at Niles, O. Bert S. Ward was killed and four persons were injured. William H. McGinniss, the trainrobber, who has been on trial for the murder of Sheriff Edward Farr of Walsenburg, Col., was found guilty of murder in the second degree. W, H. McGinnis, a train robber and a member of “Black Jack’s” gang, has been convicted of the murder of Sheriff Farr of Colorado and sentenced to imprisonment for life. Oberlin M. Carter, the disgraced army officer, has paid the fine of $5OOO ...
FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899
FOREIGN. Peru is enjoying a wave of prosperity. -t is said that the Dreyfus family 1 shprtly go to Egypt. It \s reported that Dr, Kolb, the web-known German traveler, has P?jep killed near Lake Rudolph by a rhinoceros. A large crowd witnessed the laying of the foundation stone for the Parnell statue at the head of Sackviile street, Dublin. Trouble is likely to arise among the Scotch banks over whisky. They have locked up many millions in it and cannot escape without disastrous liquidation. During a typhoon in Japan, a train was blown from a bridge into the river at Utsumomya and six persons killed and many injured Great damage was done to property and crops. Nine columns of the Great flypostle Hall of the Temple of El Karnak. built by Zeti I, dynasty XIX, one of the most magnificent and celebrated relics of the architecture of ancient Egypt, have fallen.