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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
I I ! MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PAYS 6 per cent on One-Year Term Deposits sper5 per cent on Monthly Balances Assets $1,467,947 SECURITY Trust Deeds on Improved Real Estate. DIRECTORS L. W. Blinn, Pres. Wm. D. Babcock, L. J Christopher, V.-P. Niles Perse E. A. Wilson M. H. Heilman N. Bonfillio Send for Booklet No. 85 J. M. HUNTER, Manager 135 S. Broadway Los Angeles i ' Financial Representative WantPfi A Los Angeles &lt;'orpoTI d IIICU.”"* ration, pinsni.ig an exceedingly .safe and profitable husiness, desires n local representative of business standing and ability to act as its representative in securing suhscrip | lions for its capital stock, —payable at I one time or in monthly payments. Not | only will liberal commissions be paid, but successful men will soon secure sal | aried positions Address or call upon HENKY M. Me DON A to), Pres. 100 Security Bui dine:. Los Angeles. Cal. Thirty days tiiul SI 00 in the offer on Piueule.s. Relieves backache, weafc back, la...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
§3ob g We are Direct Agents and Dealers in § Edison Phonographs Victor Talking Machines n Columbia Graphophones 9 and have on liaucl nmchiues ranging in price from $.l to 6100. We also carry a fine line of the Latest and Most Popular Records All machines can be purchased on the EasyPayment plan -$5 Down; $1 a Week. e 9 9 Call in and hear these wonderful machines play and get terms GRAHAM DRUG CO. 9 LOMPOC OFIFCERS W. 11. SUDDEN. Presided!! J. KLEIN, Cashier JAMES SLOAN. Vick-President L. KiHN, Ars’t Cashier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAP I’. K. SUDDEN, President J. KLEIN, Cashier W. H. SUDDEN, Vice-Pres. \V. C. IJISSINGEK, Ass’tCash’b Combined Capital and Surplus $175,000.00 Four and One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings Deposits EXCHANGE DRAWN ON ALL PjJITS OF THE WOULD ' HAT IS IT? : "A CA&amp;° Come and See Machine and Shuttles for ALL nakes of machines. Also the BEST MACHINE MADE at One - Third Off Peddlers' Prices at FURNITURE, CARPETS MATTING,...
BRIEF LOCALS: I [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
BRIEF LOCALS: I Mrs. Kate Brown is quite ill with la grippe. Miss Elsie Arkley is recovering from an illness of several days. J. F. Malcolm, the creamery man, was in Lompoc the first of the week. Mrs. Allan H. Peek left on Monday for her future home in Palo Alto. R. W. Stevens was over from Santa Maria the latter part of the week. Dr. Rosenberger, the government cattle inspector, has been in this city " during the week, 1 A marriage license hasljeen issued to Duncan Rankin and Jean Donaldson, both of Santa Barbara. Wm. Hall is sufferidg from a badly damaged nose, the injuries being caused by a kick from a calf. Mrs. A. R. Edi'ington, who was reported critically ill in Reno, Nevada, is recovering nicely. Vess?. Upton, a former Lompocer, visited relatives here last week. He is now located at Paso Robles. Mr. and-Mrs. Charles Arkley are visiting at the home of J. 0. Arkley Santa Barbara during festival week, \ Rev. James McClimon, lately from England, will preach in the Baptist 'church...
Death of John Gury At Hollister Thursda [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Death of John Gury At Hollister Thursda The sudden death of John P. Gury at Hollister Thursday morning at five o’clock was announced in a telegram received in this city by his agent, G. W. Pratt. Details are meagre but it is supposed that death resulted from rheumatism, from which Mr. Gury has been an intense sufferer of late. The deceased man’s family, Mrs. Gury, her daughters, Mrs. Lottie Forbes, Miss Eva and Chester Gury, departed for Hollister Thursday afternoon to be present at the funeral which took"place in that city. Mr. Gury had formerly been a prominent merchant of Lompoc, when he was a partner of F. B. Moore in the general merchandise business which was afterwards merged into the Mercantile Union, Incorporated. For the past few years Mr. Gury has been president and principal stockholder of the California Pump company, of Sacramento. On account of his final illness he has spent the past month at Hollister with his brother Richard.
The Jubilee Singers Entertain Our People [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
The Jubilee Singers Entertain Our People The Williams Jubilee Singers held forth at the opera house last Saturday evening to a fair-sized audience but not so large as this troupe deserved, singing, both in chorus and in solo work, was very fine indeed and parts of the program were about the best ever heard here in that class. The Williams singers mix just enough refined comedy with their work to give zest to the whole. They may also come again. The raffle for a hundred - dollar riding bridle and bit will take place at Lind &amp; Dille’s this (Saturday) evening. Mr. Edge, one of the operators from the government wireless station at Point Aguella, was a Journal caller Thursday. Mrs. G. C. Gale left for San Francisco Saturday evening to join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Gale intend to build a home at Alameda and reside in that city. Clayton Hoard, who has been in the employ of the S. P. Milling company, will leave Sunday for his old home in Kentucky. His departure is hastened by n...
Richard Jose. Makes Old' Ballads Popular [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Richard Jose. Makes Old' Ballads Popular There is no going back on the returns as the election inspector would say, and the same will applyto the big success being recorded by Richard Jose, now touring with the farce-comedy, “Don’t Tell My Wife” which will be played here at the opera house Thursday evening, April 30th. Jose is the sweetest ballad singer this country has evojr known. Among the numbers he so beautifully renders, none appeals to the older people in the audience like “Belle Brandon,” a ballad that was copyrighted in 1843. When the singer begins you will see gJ”a_yh aired people all over the house straighten up in their seats and ere he concludes many of them have tears coursmg down their cheeks at the memory it revives. The comedy itself is said to be a work of considerable merit. It is somewhat Hoytesque in theme and at the same time shows originality in construction. It is clean-cut, not a particle off color in a single spot and totally devoid of suggestiveness. Unlik...
Bonds Approved of New City Officers [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Bonds Approved of New City Officers The board of city trustees met in regular session Monday evening, all members being present. The oaths of the various officers elect were read and the bonds of C. M. Tucker, as treasurer, W. S. Bland, as mai'shal, and G. W. Meals, as clerk, were submitted and approved. The officers elect, namely: James Sloan and W. H. Sudden, trustees, C. M. Tucker, treasurer, W. S. Bland, marshal, and G. W. Meals, clerk, were then inducted into their respective offices and entered upon their duties as such. | The first action the old bdard | made new took was to unanimously ! re-elect Hensen Poland president of I the board. Mr. Poland’s position as mayor of the city has been filled satisfactorilly to all concerned. The firm of Fox &amp; Fox was employee? as attorneys for the Town of Lompoc for the ensuing term at a salary of $3O per month. C. A. Reed, street superintendent, K. Jackson, night watch, and George ThgafneHs; street sprinkler, were each re-appo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Easter Neckwear Including a Lrrge Assortment of Four -in-Hands, Club Ties and , Windsors You certainly will need one of the Zoe Dei' Aik Club Ties for Easter, or one of the Four-in-Hand Ties with Handkerchiefs to match. Call and take a look at them. All popular priced goods. A. J. NEGUS Successor to MOORE or NEOUS FOR QUALITY When buying your groceries and canned goods you always look for the best. In that* you are right. The best of food is none too good for ally of us. In this connection we claim that S ND 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 strictly hrst-class. We carry a complete line of these goods and stand back of every article sent out Look for the S&amp;fiW trade mark and buy good goods. W. A. SAUNDERS &amp; CO. Lompoc Opera House BANKS &amp; PERHAM, Managers One Night Only - Thurday, April 30 America’s Greatest Tehor Richard Jo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
&gt;OOOOOCOOOO&lt;X^ X 4 4&gt; &gt;J RATED C N 9 R P O s , of Interest to You We have just received a few special lines for our Easter Trade. We have taken great care to select the best of our different lines and we know we can please you. Don’t send away for your goods. Come and see our’s, and spend your money at home. Belle' City Skirts A complete Tine of all colors, style§,. and kinds of material. Prices “To Suit your Purse.” Form - Fitting Corsets Our stock is complete in the famous U. tfe G. and Worchester Kid Fitting Corset no better corset than these two. Price $l.OO $2.50 Kayser Silk Gloves The only brand sold with an absolute guarantee upon the tips; all lengths and colors prices 50c to $1.25 Countess Silk Suits This line of goods is sold in nearly every city in the United States and cnves universal satisfaction. Prices O “The Same as Elsewhere.” Remember, when you spend your money at home you help your town. When you send your money away you...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Is time When you paint use the “Best Paint Y ft A fa pa Lowe Brothers N w t: High Standard i** »» BECAUSE J v ms 1. It spreads best.and we’ars best. 2. It looks best—most beautiful colors. 3. It cdsts the least per year of service. 4. The guaranty is broad and good. 5. It Gives Best Results in all qualities. ylsif. for Color Cards, "Attractive Homes," "HoW to Paint.” etc. SHE Y ARE FKEE W. R. Smith Hardware Co. Lompoc, Cal. Spanne Hardware S Implement N. I— SPANNE. Manager Practical Horse Shoeing Best Equipped Machine Shop Heavy and Shelt Hardware, Farm 8 Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Carriages, Surries, Kitchen Utensils Sole Agents for Steanr’s Gas Engines and Pumps and John Deere Plows || Delivered free of charge to any place within the city limits. Ring | up ’phone 113 or call, Lind &amp; Dille I
How They Found Ont. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
How They Found Ont. When the Lawtons had lived in Willow Park about a month, they were invited to a succession of little dinners at the houses of their new neighbors. Mr. Lawton was on a dyspeptic’s diet, and Mrs. Lawton was endeavoring to reduce her weight. ”1 suppose we shall have to eat all sorts of things we don't wish, or else seem rude,” said Mrs. Lawton, mournfully, as they set out for the first dinner. To their growing surprise, the bills of fare placed before them at each dinner, although not remarkably varied, were all composed of such dishes as they could both enjoy. “I don’t see how you all hit on. ...theright things, when ,M.F^-i^tv\ ; tou and 1 really ate such difficult guests,” said Mrs. Lawton, in a burst of confidence one afternoon when the neighbors were taking tea with her. The ladies looked at each other, and then one of them spoke. “Ton know Mary Sloan, who comes to wash for you Tuesday mornings?” she said. “Well, I have her Mondays, and Mrs. Green has her Wedne...
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES FREE. If you wish to obtain a set of four beautiful water-color pictures nearly life size free, write the Pacific Coast Borax Co., Albany Block, Oakland, Cal., and full information will be sent you, together with an illustrated booklet, giving particulars of something of Interest to every one In the family. Jealousy throws many an envious arrow. If you are ambitious get ready for these darts. The throwers are weak in other lines. At the great Washington were hurled a thousand arrows of envy. . “Knowledge is bliss,” and that is why discriminating men call for “Old Gilt Edge” when they want a drink of good whiskey, either rye or bourbon.
On German Tables. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
On German Tables. It is pleasant to learn that our German cousins are diversifying their cheese and sausage diet by importations from without. During the present year they'bought from other countries twice as many oysters as the year before and one-quarter more crabs. Figures at hand for nine months of 1007 indicate that when the year’s full tale has been told the German importation of oysters will reach 646 tons: of crabs, 1,011 tons; of lobsters, 1,005 tons; of caviar, 202 tons, and of tropical fruits. 168,785 tons.
A Good Fisherman. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
A Good Fisherman. A small boy who lives near a lake was fishing and his mother had to call him five times to malic li iin hear, says the Philadelphia Telegraph. Finally, she landed on him. and. shaking him in a terrible manner, wanted to know why he did not answer. This was the reply: “I didn’t hear you for the first three times, and the last time I had a bite.” There has been a revival of ilie whaling industry. A few years ago the annual catch had dwindled down to 150.
His Case. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
His Case. “Do you really believe that living expenses have increased 20 per cent in the last five years?” Marryat—What! Why, they’ve increased 100 per cent at least. - Singleton—Nonsense! Marryat—Not at all. Five years ago there was only my wife and I, and now there’s six of us in the family.—Philadelphia Press. Henrik Ibsen’s widow has for some time been collecting letters written by her husband and will have them published. A. new agricultural building is to b* erected for the University of Maine at a tost of about $35,000. Penalties are provided-rfor the men of Belgium who neglect the right of franchise. The letter “o" occurs on an average of 137 times in a thousand words.
Punlaliineiita (or Murder In Gnrhpe. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Punlaliineiita (or Murder In Gnrhpe. Some interesting information concerning punishments for murder in foreign countries has been issued by the British Home Office. The countries which inflict no death penalty, however brutal or premeditated the crime, are Italy, Holland. Norway, Switzerland, Portugal and Russia, save where the lives of the Emperor, the Empress and the heir to the throne are concerned. The Canton of Zug. in Switzerland, imposes the lowest minimum penalty in the world, three years’ imprisonment, for willful homicide, the maximum punishment being imprisonment for life. Of those countries which itlmCi the death peßaiiy, ont rarely carry it out. Sweden .is most notable. Capital punishment is inflicted by decapitation, but the penalty imposed for premeditated murder is almost invariably commuted to penal servitude for life. Germany distinguishes between two kinds of murder —one, premeditated and intentional, is punishable by death; the second. intentional homicide withou...
Music of the Spheres. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Music of the Spheres. The ancients were of th&amp; opinion that the planets in their movement through space produced severally the seven notes of the gamut. This music, it was contended, was imperceptible to human ears on account of the - fact that it was too powerful for our hearing. Others held that men did not hear it simply because they were so used to it, just as we do not_notice the roar of the city from our constant familiarity with it. The real “music of the spheres” is purely intellectual, lying in the great and splendid fact of the universe of law and order.
Rn Honte. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
Rn Honte. An American speeding over the continent of Europe in his automobile asked of his chauffeur; “Where are we?" "In Paris!” shouted the man at the wheel, and the dust flew. “Oh, never ndnd the details,” irritably screamed the American millionaire; “I mean what continent?” —Argonaut.
His Error. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 April 1908
His Error. "We live and learn,” observed Mr. Bicker, glancing up from ids paper. “Some of us do," said Mr. Knocker, acidly. "Have you been trying to join us?” “Don’t be funny. But I’ve found out for the first time that the French expression ‘hors de combat’ doesn’t mean ‘war horse.’ ” —Cleveland Leader.