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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Registration of Voters Office of the County Clerk ofl Santa Barbara County, &gt; California, April 20th, 1908. J Pursuant to law, a new and complete registration of the voters of Santa Barbara county began Jan. Ist, 1908, and will be in progress at all times, except during the forty days immediately preceding the general election to be held Tuesday, November 3rd, 1908, when it will cease. But transfers may be made from one precinct to another in the same county within twenty-five days immediately preceding such election. C. A. HUNT, County Clerk. Notice to Creditors Parties knowing themselves indebted to me will confer a favor by calling and settling their accounts as my store and business has been disposed of to J. D. Black. Very truly, D. C. MONTGOMERY. The trouble with most oouirb cares is that that they constipate. Kennedy's Lax itive Cough Syrup does not constipate, bat on the other hand its laxitive principles gently move the bowels. It is pleasant to take and it is es...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
THE LOMPOC CHURCHES CATHOLIC Services at 10:30 o’clock a. m. the second Sunday of each month. Sunday school every Sunday morning at 10 o’clock conducted by the ladies of the church. A. BUCKLER, Priest in Charge. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Services every Sunday morning at 11 o’clock at the home of Miss Emma Robinson. All are invited. METHODIST EPISCOPAL Regular services every Sunday as follows: Sunday school 10:00 a. m. Preaching. * 11:00 a. m. Epworth League 6:30 p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. G. W. MARINE, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN Following is the regular schedule of Sunday services at the Presbyterian church; Sunday school .10 a. m. Preaching.. .11 a. m.; 7:30 p. m. Junior C. E 3 p. m. Senior C. E „6:30 p. m. C. S. TANNER, Pastor. When yon think of indigestion, think of Kod.d; for it is without doubt the only preparation that completely digests all classes of food. And that is what yon need when yon have indigestion or stomach tronble. —something that will act promptly but thoroughly; something th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
'3 ’J INCORPORATED Ladies, 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 line of all colors, styles and kinds of material. Prices “To Suit your Purse.” Form - Fitting Corsets Our stock is complete in the famous R. &amp; G. and Worchester Kid Fitting Corset no better corset than these two. Price sl.°° c/ . to. $2.50 Kayser Silk Gloves The only brand sold with an absolute guarantee upon the tips; all lengths and colors prices 50c to slc2s Countess Silk Suits This line of goods is sold in nearly every city in the United States and gives universal satisfaction. Prices “The Same as Elsewhere.” Remember, when you spend your money SS' at home you help your town. When yon send your money away you take a shingle off your own roof. INCORPORATE...
LITTLE LOAD-LIFTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
LITTLE LOAD-LIFTERS. Oil cloth kitchen aprons are laborsavers. • Try using a clean whisk broom kept lor the purpose of sprinkling clothes. Teach the children to put on rubber, every time they go out lu the wet, and bo save doctors’ and shoemakers’ bills A teaspoonful of cream to each egg added when whipping them, will prevent the Icing from cracking when' Tin cake Is cut. If stove polish is mixed with vinegai instead of water it will give better re suits. A very little molasses will makf it last longer. If a shoe pinches, wet a cloth lu hoi water and place It. over the tight spot when the shoe Is on; It will soften tin leather and enable it to stretch to fit. When making any dessert that Is to be served cold, such as custards, etc. let It cool a little before adding tb( flavoring; less will then b® required. Before washing colored prints o&gt; ginghams or new T black stockings, soak for half an hour lu salt water, uslnji half a cup of salt to a gallon of water Freeze meat at...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
The most difficult thing in life is to see your own defects and to improve them. We look away too much. Wisdow follows the idea that you need wisdom. The boy “wiser” than his teacher remains ever a needy pupil. San Franciscans are looking forward with pleasure to the visit of Uncle Sam’s .Tackles. They in turn are anticipating the treats they will enjoy when they can secure Old Gilt Edge Whiskey.
Faith and Work*. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Faith and Work*. The author of “Seventy Years Young,” Mrs. Emily P. Bishop, declares that it is as easy to do as to wish to do, and quotes this incident in illustration ; A little girl’s brother set a trap to catch birds. She knew' it was wrong, cruel, against the law’s of kindness, altogether inexcusable from her point of view. She w'ept at first; then a little later her mother noticed that she had become cheerful once more, and inquired as to the cause. “What did you do?” asked the ■ “I prayed for my brother to be made a better boy.” “What else?” “I prayed.that the trap would not catch any birds.” “What else?” “Then I went and kicked the old trap all to pieces.”
Coo Suggeitlve. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Coo Suggeitlve. Dusty Dan —Sometimes I wish I could stop riding fast freights and ride lu a first-class passenger coach. Wintry Walter —Well, you don’t know when you are w'ell off, pard. Why, In each passenger coach der is an ax and saw to remind you of a woodpile.
IVol Difficult. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
IVol Difficult. “Tell me,” said the young woman with literary aspirations, “how you contrived to get your first story accepted by a magazine.” The eminent author smiled. “I owned the magazine,” he replied. •—Cleveland Plain Dealer. It lias been estimated that 1,000 pounds of tobacco are thrown away every day in the shape of unconsumed ends of cigars and cigarettes. Dean of Vale declarer! that poorer pupils made best scholarships; rich boys aegiected their studies. Half rates for women prevail in some old Swedish hotels because they eat less than men. __________ Goethe was 82 when he completed Faust. Who said “Too old at 40?”
Needless Sacrifice. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Needless Sacrifice. Mr. Flippun—Maria, here’s that $25 you say you need for a new hat. By the way, Maria, do I ever talk iu my sleep? Mrs. Flippun—Thanks. No. John, you never do.—Chicago Tribune. New York, with 4,000,000 population, had been adding to its total in the throe years preceding 1903 at the rate of 100,000 a year. Philadelphia, with a little less than 1.300,000 population, had increased at the rate of 30.000 a year.
You Can Get Allen’s Foot-Ease FREE. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
You Can Get Allen’s Foot-Ease FREE. Write Allen S. Olmsted, be Roy, N. Y., for a free sample of Alien’s Foot-Ease. T' cures sweating, hot. swollen, aching feet. It makes new' or tight shoes easy. A certain cure for corns, ingrowing nails and bunions. AU druggists sell It. 25c. Don’t accept any substitute. California is now producing over 35,000,000 barrels of fuel oil annually, and at the present rate the State will lead all other States in this production within the coming five years.
No Smoker. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
No Smoker. The bishop of London, at a dinner in Washington, told a story, as the cigars came on, about one of his predecessors. “When Dr. Creighton was bishop of London.” he said, "lie rode on a train one day with a small, meek curate. Dr. Creighton, an ardent lover of tobacco. soon took out his cigar case and with a smile, said; “ ‘You don’t mind my smoking. I suppose?" “The meek, pale little curate bowed and answered humbly: ‘Not if your lordship doesn’t mind my being sick.’ ” The bank clearings for San Francisco for 1907 are the greatest in the history of the city, the total being in excess of $2,000,000,000. Mothers will lind Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their chil, dren during the teething period.
Avuncular Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Avuncular Advice. Anxious Mother—O, John, I’m afraid baby has the whooping cough! What ought I to do? Bachelor Brother—Let him whoop, Mira lift a. Do you want to take away the onlv amusement (he little fellow has? The heaviest rainstorms recorded in the United States are 11.5 inches at Champo, Cal., in one hour; 8.8 inches in one hour at Palmetto, Nev,, and G,9 inches in fiftyfive minutes at Tridelpbia, W. Va.
A GAMBLER’S CHANCE. No Sore Way Devised tor Tellinff the lie* nlt in Advance. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
A GAMBLER’S CHANCE. No Sore Way Devised tor Tellinff the lie* nlt in Advance. A famous mathematician. Prof. Karl Pearson, once sjient the greater part of his vacation deliberately tossing a coin and making careful notes of how it fell. Me spun the disk 23.000 times; and a pupil of his worked separately upon another, spinning It 8.200 times, and also tested the drawing of 0.000 tickets from a bag. It may seem strange that a lea met. professor should put himself to such an amount of (rouble to demonstrate what every schoolboy who had ever tossed a coin already knew. Yet. as a matter of fact, few really do grasp the laws which govern such an apparently straightforward matter as tossing of a coin. In tile words of the arithmetician, the theory of “runs"— that is, heads turning up repeatedly, or tails turning up repeatedly—-is precisely as follows: The chance of a head is oue-half: of two heads following, is one-half multiplied by one-half—that is. onequarter: of'three heads in successio...
How to Wear Your Hat in New York [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
How to Wear Your Hat in New York One of the queerest fads in the way of style, among men. that ever lias struck New York is that which is the thing of the hour so far as the wearing of one’s hat is concerned, says a metropolitan paper. To he absolutely correct you must wear your hat, that is. a derby or silk, thrust down toward your right ear and crushed pretty well down on your head at this angle. The fashion docs not look particularly out of place in one of the windy downtown streets; but when one sees a young man going from box to box in the parterre row at the Opera House, where there is not the slightest danger of Ills blown away, the new fad appears strikingly absurd. Yet that is the way every man who pretends to be any tiling or a swell must ■wear his hat nowadays.
Her Idea of Happiness [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Her Idea of Happiness Mrs. Elinor Glyn, the English novelist, who attempts, in her little books to shock in the French manner, derided the “new woman” at a dinner in New York. “These new women, with their clubs and their fierce chins,” she said, “make me think of a conversation I heard once at a dance, “ ‘So your sister, the senior wrangler,’ one girl said to another, ‘is very happily married. I hear?" “ ‘lndeed she is,’ the other girl answered. ‘She Is most happily uiarried. Her husband daren’t open his mouth in her presence.’ ”
Mncb Depends. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Mncb Depends. ‘Pop!” "Yes, my sou.” “Is a thousand feet of gas much?” “It all depends, my hoy, whether a man is burning it or paying for It.”— Yonkers Statesman cannnas are now ripened by electricity. A flood of artificial light is said to have tlie same effect as that of the sun. The oyster will not flourish in water which contains less than thirty-seven parts of salt to every thousand. A large hotel in Grand Itapids, Mich., is heated largely by electricity. The Bristol to Paddington express covers 118 J /h miles In two hours.