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Santa Barbara Entertains Fleet [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Santa Barbara Entertains Fleet A detailed description of the fleet reception at &gt; Santa Barbara would be clear out of our latitude; besides all Loinwas there and beheld. 1 herefore it’s brevity sawed off and boiled down, videlicet: On Saturday afternoon the battleships, sweet sixteen, going north, steamed in from the south, while Santa Barbara j and five thousand visitors! climbed to the tops of their voices and yelled. ( Meanwhile ; the rheumatic commander! steamed in the medicinal; waters of Paso Pobles.) All was as lovely as a Newport belle, with naught but the nautical placid del mar to mar the scene and naught but the ships to mar the sea. When we arrived the weather was a little caliente around the edges and the city was filled with vaporing humanity. State street was decorated with the red, white and blue—red lanterns, blue sailors and white fakirs. On either side yawping vendors were advertising those edible extremes icecream and hot tamales. Committeinen on horse...
EDUCATION THAT PAYS Business, Shorthand, Civil Service [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
EDUCATION THAT PAYS Business, Shorthand, Civil Service Our young people trying for an education will be interested in knowing that the most careful research shows that business, shorthand and certain civil service courses constitute the training which a majority of the most successful men and women began business life and also the kind of education most used all through life—the greatest demand being for stenogaaphers, accountants, railway maifcclerks, etc., in the United States civil service. Such a course can be had in the San Bernardino Business College and Civil Service Institute in a few months and at very small cost, and can be taken by mail or in person. The famous Lightning Legible Short Hand is taught here by its author in half the time and at half the cost of the old systems. This is said to be the only school in California making a specialty of coaching for the U. S, civil service and assisting young people to secure government positions. The school has no vacation. Stude...
Church Dedication [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Church Dedication The dedication services of the M. E. church will be held Sunday, May 10. Beginning with a silent prayer service at 6 a. m., the services will continue throughout the day, concluding with the benediction at 10 p. m. Able ministers from various parts of the state will be present and assist in the services. The pastor, Rev. G. W. Marine, and the official board of the church cordially invite all residents of the valley to attend and enjoy the day with them.
Generous Rain [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Generous Rain A generous rain fell last night and today and appearances are that a good soaking will result from the storm. The rain is badly needed in the valley, although the crops are still looking thrifty. There is very little hay cut in the valley and the damage will be slight if any.
Foresters’ Dance ' [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Foresters’ Dance ' The May Day Ball given by the Companions of the Foresters in the opera house last evening was a big social success and the immense crowd of dancers,present is evidence that the management fared well. Prof. Balaam and family furnished the music, and was assisted by Perry Banks on the drums. An elaborate supper was served in Foresters’ hall by the Companions and rounded out the pleasures of the evening.
Additional Locals. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Additional Locals. It is reported that Jil was struck at a depth of 2400 feet on the McCabe ranch north of town last Saturday. Mrs. Ed Kenney and daughters returned from Santa Barbara Thursday. Tuesday is the date for the Rebublican primaries and all loyal members of the G. 0. P. should be on hand to help select the delegates.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
y - LOMPOC tent &amp; Power. Company * AH Kinds of Electrical &lt; Supplies In Stock Fixtures and shades, flat 4 IRONS, CHANDELIERS, ETC. Contracts taken for House 4 Wiring. Power Supplies and Display Wiring for Special i Occasions. Everything else \n A Electricity. We can suit you :th e home: :RESTAURANT• : ~ : • FIRST-CLASS Meal* * • • J Served at All Hour* • • for 25 Cent*. Ticket* • • , « • good for 21 meals $4 § • • • =' • • SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER • £ Sunday 25 Cents • wIIIIALLEY.. WAGON MAKER. AND REPAIRER Band Sawing, Scroll Work. Brackets etc. Saw gumming and filing a specialty. Shop in N. L. Spaune’s warehouse, Cor. Ocean Avenue and I street, lOMPO£, : ; CALIFORNIA B. W. Smith Lawrence Smith . Smith &amp; Son DRAT and EXPRESS Furniture « Baggage Moving s: Delivery Orders promptly attended to eTSilong Undertaker and Embalme LOMPOC, CALIF Commercial Grill JACOBS BKOS., Prop’s Quick Meals at All Hours Day or Night Hot Tamales Saturday Wight and Chicken ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Notice of Stockholders* Meeting Notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting • of the stockholders of the Lompoc Valley Bank and Lompoc Valley Savings Bank will be held at the Bank on Saturday, May 9th, 1908, at 4 o'clock p. m. • R. A. LAZIER, Secretary. Lompoc Valley Bank Appeals Stevens’ Case The Lompoc Valley Bank has filed a notice of appeal with the county clerk from the decision rendered against it by Judge S. E, Crow of the superior court, in the suit it brought against H. S, Stevens for the payment of a promissory note. Its dissatisfaction with the decision has decided the bank to take the case to the second district court of appeals. The judgment rendered in the superior court caused the bank to close the payment of the alleged note for $2,108,39 with interest at 7 per cent and to pay the plaintiff’s costs of $27.30 as well. THE NEW RAMRIFR AUTOMOBILE KJUIPUa Better than ever. Butter thou any regard' l.tKSuf prioj. We nan “allow yon.” See local agent or W • It- CO...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Delinquent Notice Lompoc Hall Association. Principal place of business Town of Lompoc, County of Santa Barbara, State of California. There is delinquent upon the following described stock, on account of assessment levied on the 12th day of March, 1908, the several amounts set opposite the names of the respective share-holders as follows: Cert. No. Shares Amt. And in accordance with law and an order of the board of directors made on the 12th day of March, 1908, so many shares of each paecel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public audtion at the Lompoc Opera House, on the 18th day of May, 1908, at two o’cloek p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expense of the sale. W. H. SUDDEN, Paesident Lompoc Hall Association. Don’t cough your bead off when you can get a guaranteed remedy iu Bee’s Laxative Gough Syrup It is especially recommended for child)eu as it is pleasant to trike, and a gentle laxative, thus exp...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
PROVIDENT MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PAYS 6pef 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 Lot Angeles Financial Representative WflMtPfi * Lob Angeles Corpofl Oil lull. ”** ration, pursuing nn exceedingly safe mid profitable business, desires a local representative of business.standing and ability to net ns its representative in securing snbsorip lions for its capital stock, —payable at one time or in monthly payments. Not only will liberal commissions be paid, bnt successful men will soon secure sal aried positions Address or call npon HENKY M. McDONALD, Pres, 100 Security Building, Los Angeles, Cal. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES LA PUBISSIMA CIRCLE, NO. 510. WOmen of Woodcraft, meets every second Friday evening of e...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
9 9 We are Direct Agents and Dealers in “ J Edison Phonographs g Victor Talking Machines Columbia Graphophones and have on hand machines ranging in price from $5 to $lOO. 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. Call in and hear these wonderful machines play and get terms GRAHAM DRUG CO. \ »•»■■■ ■ if mmm* THE BANK OF LOMPOC OFIFCERS W. IT. SUnDEN, President J. KLEIN, Cashier JAMES SLOAN. Vice-President L. KiHN, Ass’t Cashier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAP!’. R. SUDDEN, President W. H. SUDDEN, Vice-Pbes. J. KLEIN, Cashier AV. C. BISSINGER, Ass’t Cash’s Combined Capital and Surplus . $175,000.00 Four and One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid On Saving* Deposit* EXCHANGE DRAWN ON ALL PARTS OF THE WOULD ■fIHHaHHBBHKQn WHAT IS IT? m % fetter*; Come and See Machine Meedles and shuttles for A L L uakes of machines. V Iso the BEST MACHINE MADE at One - Third Off Peddlers' Price...
BRIEF LOCALS! [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
BRIEF LOCALS! Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Wallin were in from the Purisima yesterday. lifers. Z. W. Saunders is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Freiley, at Orcutt. M. M. Gre g was in Lompoc yesetrday on business for the S. P. Milling company. Miss May Olinger assisted in the Home telephone office during Miss Hogan’s visit to the fleet. Mrs. George Archer and daughter. Miss Hester, returned Thursday from Santa Barbara. C. A. Brown left for Piru, Ventura county, Wednesday and will be -there on business for about a month. Piano recital Friday evening. May Bth, at the opera house. Seats at Hubbard’s jewelry store. Popular prices. N. W. Rankin arrived here this week and will assist C. A. Brown in caring for his Santa Rita apiary drfring the summer. Read elsewhere in this paper the program and announcement of the Lyon piano recital. Seats are on sale at Hubbard’s jewelry store. Miss Isa Randals of Santa Rita returned Wednesday from Santa Barbara, where she was called on account of the illness and...
Fish Commissioner Causes a Flurry [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Fish Commissioner Causes a Flurry Albert Juai'ez, the constable from Guadalupe, came into Lompoc Wednesday carrying warrants for the arrest of Frank Hobson and a number of reputable John Doe citizens for an alleged violation of the fisb law. The warrants were sworn out by Commissioner Rhodes of San Luis Obisbo, who, it is said, got in his brilliant detective work Sunday while fishing with the boys on the bridge at Surf. Anyway, Frank Hobson was arrested and had a hearing before Justice Broughton that afternoon, He was represented in cmrt by Fox &amp; Fox. It was the intention of Mr. Officer to take his naughty fisherman to Guadalupe and have him stuffed with maccaroni and cheese, and served up sizzling hot to the porco diablos with agarnishee of buttermilk and garlic. But the worthy minion of the law reckoned without his host, also forgot some of the important documents pertaining to his juris-impudence. Attorney Fox sought to have the case dismissed on account of the missin...
9. M. Pontius Gets Deserved Promotion [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
9. M. Pontius Gets Deserved Promotion We learn by the Riverside Daily Press that D. W. Pontius, formerly of this city, and now commercial agent for the Southern Pacific for Riverside district, has resigned to accept the position of traffic manager for the Los Angeles-Pacific company in Los Angeles. There will be general regret, says the Press, that Riverside is to lose so popular and competent an official, but the many friends of Mr. Pontius will be glad to learn that his ability has been so signally recognized. The position is a new one and is designed to increase the freight and passenger earnings of the Los Angeles-Pacific electric lines. There are 250 nules of track in the system at present, lines running to Playa del Rey, Hollywood, Redondo, and Ocean Park. Mr. Pontius has been with the Southern Pacific company for the past seventeen years, being promoted successively from night operator to agent and agent to commercial agent. The berth of commercial agent for the Riverside dis...
Frank Hoover Begins Career As Lawyer [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Frank Hoover Begins Career As Lawyer Frank Hoover, who recently graduated from the law department of the University of California, left Saturday for San Francisco after spending a few weeks at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hoover. The young man has entered the law office of Mr. Countryman, a prominent lawyer of San Francisco, where he will fit himself for a professional career. His brother, Frank Hoover, who distinguished himself in the last Carno debate, has been elected president of the Senate debating society of the University of California, a position that carries with it both honor and distinction. Both Frank and Hubert Hoover are graduates of the Lompoc schools and are in a fair way to make shining marks in the world.
Make It Yourself % V Best Rheumatism Cure [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Make It Yourself % V Best Rheumatism Cure A well-known authority on rheumatism gives the readers of a large New York daily paper the following valuable, yet simple and harmless prescription which anyone can easily prepare at home: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce, Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Mix by shaking well in a bottle, and take a teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime. He states that the ingredient can be obtained from any good pre scription pharmacy at small cost, and being of vegetable extraction are harmless to take. This pleasant mixture if taken regularly for a few days, is said to overcome almost any case of rheumatism. The pain and swelling, if any, diminishes with each dose, until permanent results are obtained, and without injuring the stomach. While there are many so-called rheumatism remedies, patent medicines, etc., some of which do give relief - few really give permanent results, and the above will no doubt be g...
Piano Recital By Mrs. Lyon May 8 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Piano Recital By Mrs. Lyon May 8 At the earnest solicitation of many musical friends, Mrs. Edna Allen Lyon has consented to give a piano recital at the opera house Friday evening, May Bth, assisted by Mr. Couch, vocalist, and Mrs. Ora Fitzpatrick as accompanist. Mrs. Lyon is an artist and no music lover should miss hearing her delightful renditions of her favorite pianoforte selections. The following pro’gram to be rendered Friday evening will give an idea of the excellent entertainment in store: I. Rondo Capriccioso.. Mendelssohn 9 iAu Printemps Grieg ’ ( Pan Godard 3. Valse Brilliante Op. 34, No. 70 Chopin Edna Allen Lyon 4. Goodbye, Sweetheart, Goodbye Von Tilzer Mr. E. J. Couch 5. Pas des Fleurs Deliebes v Scherzo Brilliante Op. 72, 6. &lt; (The Last Smile) Wallenhaupt (Murmuring Zephyrs Jensen 7. Grande Valse Brilliante Op. 12 Lebling Edna Allen Lyon 8. My Dear Reed Mr. E. J. Couch 9. Polonaise Op. 40, No. 1.. .Chopin f Pas des Escharpes (3rd air , n J de ballet) iU ‘ j...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Easter Neckwear Including a Lrrge Assortment of \ Four-in-Hands, Club Ties and Windsors You certainly will need one of the Zoe Der Aik Club Ties for Easter, or one of the Four-In-Hand Ties with Handkerchiefs to match. "3 Call and take a look at them. All popular priced goods. A. J. NEGUS Successor to MOORE &amp; NEGUS 3..HT1 mun TH.I i|»ll. I Will * 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 any 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 first-class. We carry a complete line of these goods and stand back of every article sent out Look for the trade mark and buy good goods. W. A. SAUNDERS &amp; CO.