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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
Does Your Heart Beat Yes. 100,000 times each day. Does it send out good blood or bad blood ? You know, for good blood is good health; bad blood, bad health. And you know precisely what to take for bad blood Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years. One frequent cause of bad blood ig a sluggish liver. This produces constipation. Poisonous substances are then absorbed into the blood, instead of being removed from the body dally ns nature Intended. Keep the bowels open with Ayer’s Pills, liver pills. All vegetable. A Mado by J. C. Ayer 00., Lowell, Mass. Also manufacturers of yers HAIR VIGOR. AOUE CURE. CHERRY PECTORAL. LINGERIE WAIST You’ll like it. Best Persian Lawn. Madetosell at $2.50 and $3.00. Open work yoke; heavy bands and cluster in embroidery; buttons in back; collar and sleeves trimmed in Valenciennes lace. In white, with three-quarter sleeves. Sizes 32 to 44. By mail, post paid, $2.05. SUNSET PURCHASING CO. 509 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, Cal. Send ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 May 1908
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WILL MAKE STUDY OF IMMIGRANTS. Government to Learn if They Are Industrially, Socially and Economically Advantageous. 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
WILL MAKE STUDY OF IMMIGRANTS. Government to Learn if They Are Industrially, Socially and Economically Advantageous. 2 Washington.—William R. Wheeler, the new Assistant Secretary of Commerce and Labor, is now on the Pacific Coast in his capacity as a member of the Immigration Commission, to get the work of the Commission organized on the Pacific Coast. The business on the Coast will be handled by a sub-commission, consisting of William R. Wheeler chairman; Senator Lodge and Professor Jenks of Cornell. The field work will be under the immediate charge of Professor Wesley C. Mitchell of the University of California, who has been loaned to the Commission by President B. I. Wheeler. “We are dividing the United States into geographical sections,” said Wheeler, “and in each of them we are investigating the industrial and agricultural conditions with respect to immigration, to learn how immigrants are assimilated into body politic, and whether they are industrially, economically and social...
Electrocuted Eagle Cause of Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Electrocuted Eagle Cause of Fire. Bakersfield. —The first grass fire of the year and extending over 500 acres of Tejon laud, owned by Truxton Beale, the millionaire, occurred last week south of this city. The fire was started, it is said, by the burning up of a large eagle, which perched on one of the big Edison power line wires and was electrocuted. The eagle in alighting touched two wires with his wings and a short circuit was formed. Two men witnessed the burning mass fall to the ground, starting the fire, and later investigation disclosed the charred remains of the bird. Th« fire burned a swath four miles wide and two miles long, mostly dry foxtail.
LhnLefl to Heath hv Tnharrn [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
LhnLefl to Heath hv Tnharrn Astoria.—Choked to death by a cud of tobacco which he was chewing when swept overboard from the schooner Mindora, Second Mate Smith floated on the waves like a bottle, but was dead when picked up fifteen minutes afterward, according to Captain Larsen, who brought the vessel into port. While trying to resuscitate his mate, the captain found the wad of tobacco firmly lodged in the man’s windpipe. It had sealed up his lungs, preventing him from sinking in the ocean while slowly choking him to death. The body was buried at sea.
Quarantined Sheep Released. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Quarantined Sheep Released. Redding.—A. W. Potter’s 1,900 sheep that were quarantined in Cottonwood one day last week because they had not been dipped for scabies as they were passing through Tehama county, received their immunity bath and were allowed to proceed on their way to greener pastures in Modoc countj. The owner had to pay extra costs because he had disobeyed the State law and ignored the orders of Inspector Paxton.
Commissioners Reduce Express Charges. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Commissioners Reduce Express Charges. Washington. —In a decision prepared by Commissioner Prouty, the Interstate Commerce Commission determined that express rates from New York, St. Louis and Omoha to Denver are unreasonably high. The Commission held that the base rates of $4 per hundred pounds from Omaha to Denver and of $4.25 per hundred pounds from Denver to Ogden should not exceed $3.50 and $4, respectively.
Help for Storm Victims. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Help for Storm Victims. Washington. —Governor Noel of Mississippi wired President Roosevelt that about 2,500 people at Hattiesburg and Purvis will need rations and tents for about thirty days. There are about 150 wounded in need of hospital attention at those places. President Roosevelt informed the Governor that his requisition on General Potts at Atlanta or Major Simpson at Hattiesburg will be promptly attended to.
Gave Prisoner Desired Term. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Gave Prisoner Desired Term. Los Angeles.—When W. H. Reynolds, a poor old plumber who lost his all, including his wife and child, in the San Francisco fire, was taken before - T udgp James for trial for having stolen a $l painter’s lamp, he saw to the Court: “I think about eighteen months in State’s Prison would do me good, your honor.” The Judge did not quite understand and the unique request was repeated. “I’ll follow your prescription,” replied the Court and made the necessary order committing the prisoner to Folsom. Reynolds offered profuse thanks and bowed himself out. He refused to make a defense. He says his suffering in San Francisco made him despondent and drove him to the use of morphine. There was a prior conviction of petty larceny.
No Increase in Yosemile Allowance. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
No Increase in Yosemile Allowance. Washington. —Representative Englebright made a futile attempt to get inserted in the sundry civil bill increased appropriation for improvement of the Yosemite valley. Estimates of $240,000 were cut by the committee to $30,000 in the bill as reported, and Englebright asked leave to amend by making the amount $50,000. Tawney reminded him that there was available from receipts in the valley $30,000, making a total of $60,000 that could be used during the coming year, The House Englebrlght’s amendment.
Trov • ers fined. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Trov • ers fined. Ukiah.—Samuel Bodden and William Benekley, residents of Point Arena, arrested last week for catching trout out of season, appeared before Judge N. G. White here and pleaded guilty. They were fined $5O each. Byron and McKenna, two of the five Cloverdale men arrested some time ago on a similar charge, appeared in court and changed their pleas from “not guilty” to “guilty.” Byron was fined $5O and McKenna $4O.
Monitor Wyoming to Burn Oil. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Monitor Wyoming to Burn Oil. Vallejo.—The monitor Wyoming will be ready to be placed in commission in a few weeks’ time. As the monitor has been converted into an oil burnei the yard officers expect to hold a number of experimental tests during the coming month so as to be able to determine the advisability of using oil for fuel on the larger war ships.
Venerable Pastor Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908
Venerable Pastor Dead. New York. —Rev. Dr. Morgan Dix, rector of Trinity Protestant Episcopal parish since 1862, and one sf the city s most prominent clergymen, died a few days ago at Trinity Rectory, on West Twenty-fifth street. Death was due to heart failure and followed a brief illness. Dr. Dix was 81 years old.