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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

The eighth annual session of the National Irrigation Congress at Misoulia, Montana, proved fully the success which was predicted for it. Delegates were present from the entire arid region, and also from the East. Men of broad and liberal views, men earnest in thd cause which many have been advocating for years.

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

We have just received from the Independence Company, Chicago, a book entitled the “Eepublic or The Philippine Question.” The book is replete with handsome illustrations and interesting matter from the pens of some of the most noted writers of the age, on the Spanish-Amer ioan war and the controversy with the Philipiuos. The Independence Company, Chicago, would be pleased to correspond with you jn reference to this book, giving you ternjs sud conditions of purphase.

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

The sentiments expressed by pne apd all of the western men who attended the recent session of the National Irrigation Con gress, show that the west is a unit for the policy of urging upon eastern congressmen and others the rights of its section of the oouotry to governmental aid in reclaiming its arid laudsand developing its latent resources. The great west, which copstitutes onehalf of the domain of the United States, and where lie the bulk of the hundreds of millions of acres of public land, will demand a just consideration of its claims f>r recognition at the hands of congress which has not yet been gpporfl,e,4 to if. The Golden Jubilee of the Odd Fellows *held in San Francisco this week, called together delegates from every portion of the State. The National Irrigation Congress, at its recent meeting, strongly endorsed the policy favoring the construction of storage reservoirs b} 7 the federal government for flood protection and to save for use in aid of navigation an...

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liisten to Reason [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

liisten to Reason To those who h iv) ha m rabbins the true sportsmen of a chance to bus a few quail in open season I will say 1 have the names of several parties in and about Lompoc and I am watching them and sooner or la,ter they will be called upon to explain. Now. gentlemen, let us stop and reason. Is it right for yon to steal out and slaughter the game in close seasonf Would it not be better to wait until the open season when all will have fho same chauoe to enjoy a days sport afield. You cannot feel free when you are shooting illegally. You do not know what moment you will be called upon to defend yourself against the charge of shooting game out of season. And gentlemen, it is no pleasure for me to persecute you and drag you into court, and I will ask you kindly not only to refrain from shooting in close season, but to assist me in preserving our game birds. If you do not do it, it will only ha a short time when you will not have any left. Now you will have four long months thi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

From the day that a young man starts out to seek his first position to the end of fiis business life, his health has a world to ilo with his success. When a young man applies to a business man for a position, his personal appearance has a deal to do wit' the outcome. “ Personal appearance” does not mean dress alone. It does not mean exterior cleanliness alone. A young' man may be clean, so far as soap and water will make him, but be disfigured by unsightly pimples, eruptions and ulcerations on the skin. These are due to impurities in the blood. The blood becomes impure because it is improperly nourished. Instead of receiving the life-giving elements of the food, it receives the foul emanations of indigestion, bilousness and cosliveness. The reason that Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery is the best remedy for disorders of this description is that it goes right to first causes. It gives a man an appetite ‘‘likeahor.se.” It facilitates the flow of digestive juices. It corrects all ...

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Er.pbnd vs. Transvaal. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

Er.pbnd vs. Transvaal. The English government, says Janies Gustavus Whitney, thinks the Uithiiulers ought to have more rights tuiil liberties. 1 lie South African Republic is of the opinion that they are now enjoying as much of these things as is good for them or for the republic. The English see a number of their fellow countryman in a strange laud compelled to submit to the rule of a comparatively small number,of Eoers, whose ideas or government are considered somewhat primitive. These Tjitlanders can obtain lull citizenship in the Transvaal only after fourteen or sixteen years’ residence ana after having complied ivilii a uumbei of requirements which render the full franchise almost inaccessible. There are many smaller annoyances in connection with the high tarriff, the dynamite monopoly and the language employed in the schools, the courts and the legislature. All these things have been arranged by the Boers, and they do not suit the Tjitlanders. Now, the Boers, however, look at ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

*• When our boys were almost dead from whooping cough, our doctor gave One Minute Cough Cure. They recovered rapdly,” writes I*. B. Belles, Argyle. Pa. It cures coughs, colds, grippe and all throat and lung troubles. Z. W. Saunders & Son.

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KLTIL'E 0 TAXPAYERS of M Barbara County. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

KLTIL'E 0 TAXPAYERS of M\ Barbara County. NO I'IOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tie Assessment lloli of Santa Mariana Comity, for the year 180.1, is now in my hands for collection. The taxes on all persona! property secured by real estate, and onehalf of the taxes on all real property are tine and payable to me on and after Monday, October 9th, 181)0, and will be delinquent on Monday, November 27tb. next thereafter, at six o’clock p- m., and that, unless paid prior thereto, fifteen per cent will be added to the amount thereof, and that if said first instalment be not paid before Monday. April 3Cth. 1;)00, at (1 o’clock p. in., an additional five per cent will be added thereto. The remaining one-half of the taxes on all real property will be payable on and afti•> Monday, January 2nd, next, and will bo delinquent on Monday, April 30. 11W0. at (I o’clock p. m., and unless paid prior thereto, five per cent will bo added to the amount thereof. Additional costs will bo added after May ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

—AGENTS WANTED— FOR ’’THE LIFE AND Achievements of Admiral Dewey,” the world's greatest naval hero By Murat Halstead, the lifelong friend and admirer of the nation’s idol. Biggest and best book; over , r >ilO pages, bxlO inches; nearly 100 pages halftone illustrations. Only $l-50. Enormous demand. Big coinmissions. Outfit free, Chance of a lifetime. Write quick. The Dominion Company, Itrd Floor Caxton Bldg., Chicago. m 27 2Gt

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

DIED. PAUL —At Cottage Hospital, Santa liarbarn, Oot. 17th, 1890, Mrs. G. W. Paul, nee, Miss Carrie Beyerbolm, agedSOyeara 9 mouths and 12 days.

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MAKRIEI). [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

MAKRIEI). COOK—LONG—In Lompoc, Oct. 18th. 1899, by liev. J. C. Elliott, at the home of Geo. H. Long, H. C. Cook of Tulare and Miss Margaret Long of Lompoc.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

—Don’t fail to see those fine road wagons and buggies at McAdam & Smith’s. —McAdam & Smith have just received a fine new line of stoyes and ranges. Cal) and see them.

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A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR. A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last for Ten Days Only. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

A DIAMOND FOR A DOLLAR. A Limited Special Offer Which Will Last for Ten Days Only. GENUINE POMONA DIAMONDS hare a world-wide reputation. It is almost impossible to distinguish them from genuine diamonds costing hundreds of dollars each. They are worn by the best people. We will forward a Genuine Pomona Diamond mounted in a heavy ring, pin, or stud to any address upon receipt of price, $l.OO each. Earrings, screws or drops, $2 per pair. Kingsettiogs are made of one continuous piece of thick, shelled gold, and are warranted not to tarnish. Special combination offer for ten days only! King and stud sent to any address npon receipt of $1.50, Sen.) for catalogue. In ordering ring give finger measurement by using a piece of string —also full particulars'. Address plainly, THE POMONA CO--1181-1183 Broadway, NaiV fl>i{K.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

44 The *Best is the Cheapest ft Experience tea.ch.es that good clothes wear longest, good food gives best nutrition, and a good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine money can buy, because it cures when all others fail. Poor Health —“Hadpoor health for years, pains in shoulders, back and hips, <wUh constant headache, nervousness and no appetite. Used Hood's Sarsaparilla, gained strength and can Tvork hard all day; eat heartily and sleep voell. I took it because it helped my husband to whom it gave strength Mrs. E. J. Giffels. Moose Lake, Minn. ScVUai Hood's Pills cure liver Ills; the non-irritating and on]y,outhartic to take with Hood’s SarsammUa. Remarkable Calf. A backwoods preacher discoursed on the parable of the prodigal son, and in alluding to the fatted calf, which was killed when the prodigal returned, he said: “Brothers and sisters, you must remember that this was no ordinary calf, but on the cont...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

yc&yd&X&D a f t I * a TO ?s $ «w >. ‘S IS% ss <L. SSS £♦’ SSV'S :• i: Si* S.S >y SSik*? SfS V.:.' WN m m I.; El :.' :ci: SSfcKKSSS > <.i---d-v;r 3SSB* You must TPliat Rudolph Bros’ Department Store Is?s Headquarters for Dress Goods, V Fancy Goods, etc., just received^ Suits,Furuihing Goods, i A Complete line , of General Merchandise, <75. in Fact you can Find in onr Store Just what you want. Our prices are low. & & ft k k % K i ,<r I r \T4 \ rae. - w A Farm Library cf rasr/jalkd vr.luc—Practical, Up-to-date, Concise a *d wrn-rchensi?e—Hand-some I '.' Printed and Beauuiuiiy illustrated. By J \COB DAGGLE No. I— Bi-3QLE HORSE LOOK Ail about Ho.htt! —a C«'n:n*on-Sense Treatise, vriih over illu-.trail »iis . a standard \uik liiec, 50 Ceuta. No. 2— B.’QQLE BERRY DOCK All about «rorviug Sin .11 1 mils-- rer-d and learn how ; contains ;j coloi cci lile-lik...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

PROFESSIONAL. DRS. SAUNDERS i GRAHAM. Physicians and Surgeons LOMPOC, CAL. Office over Saunders* Soli’s Drug Store. DR. G. J. ELLWANGER, DENTIST. 0 ” Permanent Location, Rudolph Rk ci, —ROOM 36 Office Hour*: O a. in. to 5 p. in Lompoc, Cal. YOUR ATTENTION^ —USE PAINTERS PUKE PAINT, ronnnfactarcd by California Paint Co. MeAdam A Smith Aleuts, Lompoc Cal. a 'S2 6 m —FOK KENT —640 acres of grazing ranch —Has been no stock on the place tkin season, and feed is very fine —Gocd water and fences. Enqnire of Dr. Graham or E. M. Sheridan. — I am prepared to make shuts nud do plain sewing. Can reline vests and copla, and will do family mending and darning by the week. Work will be called for and returned Mbs. Nktti* Saunders. Notice. The present, publisher of the Lompoc Journal is dnly Jnnflioriaed; b>‘collect all subscriptions due me for Hie year IftlN. Geußok W. Jenkins. 20 th Year Highest Grade $35 » y/ Ideal Bicycles $25 and $3O MckD/kM & SMITH, Sole Agents mir-JKK ...

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COUNTY OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

COUNTY OFFICIALS. Superior Judge '' • S. Day Court Commissioner B. F. Ihoraas County Clerk --D- A., nt Recorder U. W. Kasey Sheriff Ns* Stewart Auditor s ;/\i Sc £ nn l er Tax Collector ■- M - F - B ' lrk ,e Treasurer W. B. Metcalf Surveyor Frank Flournoy District Attorney E. W. Squier Assessor Frank Smith Deputy Assessor C. J. Young, Lompoc Superintendent of Schools... W. S. Edwards County Veterinarian Dr. J. H. Heater Coroner and J. A. M. Ruiz Public Administrator < ' Supervisor 4th District... WW. Broughton

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Personal and Local. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

Personal and Local. —Fine growing weather. —A prosperous outlook. —Stand by your town. —Patronize home always. —Lay in your fire wood. —Fall and Winter Opening at the Racket today, Saturday. —The street sprinkler has been supplanted by the rain. —The various health resorts are about deserted. Too cold for comfort. —Don’t fail to look at the 5 Special bargains. The Racket offers this week. —The social hop given at the opera bouse Saturday night was a pleasant affair. —Mr. George Hilton and Master Vernie Purkiss were over from Ljs Alamos Ihursday. —ln a short time the slow, measured tread of the plow team will be seen la the fields. —The bean crops in the Santa Maria valley will not, as a rule, be very profitable this season. —lt is a hard matter to collect local items, when there is nothing stirring but sand and fug. —Major William Jackson has about overcome an attack of rheumatism and is feeling quite jubilant. —Every paper in the county last week contained long, well-written articl...

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Good News For Out Headers. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 21 October 1899

Good News For Out Headers. Who have scrofula taints in their blood, and who has not ? Scrofula in nil its forms is cured by II »od’s S irsiparilla which thoroughly purifies the blood This disease which frequently appears in children, is greatly to be dreaded. It is most likely to affect the glands of neck, which becomes onlaeged, eruption appears on the head and face, and the eyes are frequently affected. Upon its first appearance, perhaps in sligh eruption or pimples, scrofula should be entirely eradicated fiom the system by a thorough coarse of Hood’s Sarsaparilla to prevent all the painful and sickening oousequensos of running soofula sores which drain the system, sap the strength and make existence utterly wrecked.

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