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Schuyler’s New Buick Wrecked Near Naples [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Schuyler’s New Buick Wrecked Near Naples While W. LI. Schuyler was returning from Los Angeles with a new Buick "20-horse* power roadster, which he had just purchased, he and L. L. Hudson, who accompanied him had a narrow, if not miraculous escape from death on Wednesday morning a few miles north of Naples, They were driving along at a high rate of speed when a tire exploded, causing the machine to veer off from the road and plunge down a steep embankment. Air. Hudson leaped for his life and saved it but the other gentleman was very much interested in the Buick mechanism about that time and kept his seat. The machine careened off down to the bottom of the gulch, struck an obstruction, [and turned turtle, a whirring mass of machinery on top and a spluttering chauffeur beneath. When Mr. Schuyler was rescued he was found to be only slightly bruised. Mr. E, Lester Hudson then negotiated a thiee-mile sprint to Naples and caught 21 for the dear old mustard fields and Air. Schuyler negotiat...

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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A POINTER FOR TOURISTS. Pnt Your Prayer Book on Top of the TliiuKfl In Your Trunk. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

A POINTER FOR TOURISTS. Pnt Your Prayer Book on Top of the TliiuKfl In Your Trunk. “If you ever go to Bermuda i can lep you how to make time at-the custom house,’’ said a returning Washingtonian. “I readied Bermuda early in the morning. 1 made up my luggage rather JiastUy before leaving the ship. “Just as I was ready to close my suit case 1 nerd iced that I had left my prayer book on the lounge, d gv+ehed it in rather unceremoniously, strapped down the case and hurried ashore. “You don't have to wait to declare as you do when coming into the port of New York. As I stepped into the office of the Johnny Bull official 1 unstrapped my case and opened it up. The official talked at me as if I had been a telephone. “ ‘Hello!’ he said the first thing. ‘What's this?’ he asked, picking up my prayer hook. ‘Prayer book, eh? All right. Shut up your case.’ “‘Want to look at anything else?’ I ] asked. “ ‘No. You're all right, my friend, Any man who will put his prayer book on top of his traps isn'...

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Judge Crow Stops Fiasco in Court [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Judge Crow Stops Fiasco in Court [From the Independent] Costing the county between $4OO and $5OO and fizzling out so completely that even members of the jury grew vehement in voicing their disgust, the prosecution of S. Ito for the murder of K. Hagashi in a Guadalupe pool room on March 10 came to an abrupt end 30 minutes a£ §3 court opened Wednesday morning, when Judge S, E, Crow of his own accord instructed the jury to bring in a verdict of acquittal. The defense had put but three of their most unimportant witnesses on the stand when Judge Crow took things into his own hands and ended the fiasco. Three minutes later the jury reported a verdict of not guilty, and the much harassed Ito walked out of the court room a free man, surrounded by rejoicing Japanese. Ito had already been freed from all accusation of crime by a coroner’s jury and by the justice of the peace who conducted his preliminary hearing at Guadalupe. Soon after this hearing he was arrested by Deputy Sheriff J. O. Arkl...

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Unique Bridge [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Unique Bridge According to the Los Angeles Times the auto enthusiasts in and about Santa Ynez have been helping themseiyes out of a difficulty by building a strictly automobile bridge across the Santa Ynez river. The bridge consists of three arches, standing on a big sawdiorse, the “bridge” being two troughs to accommodate the automobile wheels. The rest of the bridge is what printers call “white space.” Less than a year ago the first bridge was not, as the river sw T ept it away. Bridge No. 2 now fills itsplase.

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GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith delignEt* fully entertained the young people of the church at their home on South J street Thursday night. The solos of Miss Brooks and Mr. Couch last Sunday were greatly enjoyed by the congregation at the morning and evening services.

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Value of Lducation [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Value of Lducation According to the ’United States census we had in this country last year 15,000,000 men over 30 years of age. Twelve millions were educated in the common schools, one million of them could neither read nor write. Six hundred and fifty thousand graduated from high school, 350,000 from the universities and colleges. There is published in the United States a book entitled, “Who’s Who in America.’’ It contains the names of 10,000 men in the headlines and spotlight of their profession and calling. And out of the twelve millions who went to the common school one out of 9,000 has his name in that book, and one out of the million who could neither read nor write none has his name in that book; out of the 650,000 that graduated out of the high school one out of 400 has his name in that book, and of the 350,000 that graduated from the universities and colleges one out of 42 has his name in that book. Education to be complete must include the development of the religious and ...

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Must Have Been a Deacon [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Must Have Been a Deacon When Theodore Roosevelt was Police Commissioner in New York, he asked an applicant for a position on the force. “If you were ordered to disperse a mob what would you do ?” “Pass around the hat. sir,” was the reply.—Catholic News. Tirey L. Ford, chief counsel for the United Railroads, was acquitted of the charge of bribing former Supervisor Daniel Coleman, in connection with the overhead trolly deal. The jury was out but a short time.

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Restaurant Men Are Fined [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Restaurant Men Are Fined Several restaurant keepers were haled before Judge Price in Santa Barbara on Monday and charged with selling liquor without the 15 cent meal necessary under the city ordinance. Foremost among these was John Senich of the French Cafe, whose place on lower State street was wrecked by sailors and citizens. Se- ’ nich pleaded guilty and was fined $lO, which he paid under protest. j A. C. Lekas, proprietor of Alexan- j der the Great’s restaurant, filed a demurrer to the complaint, which was overruled, and then pleaded not guilty, the trial being set for May 12th. John Sarriyianes, proprietor of the San Francisco Oyster House, was the next defendant. He pleaded guilty i as charged and paid a fine of $lOO after some protestation.

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Resolutions of Sympathy [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Resolutions of Sympathy Whereas, The All-wise Ruler of the Universe has seen fit to remove from this earth our deceased brother, J. P. Gury; and, Whereas, Lompoc Lodge, No. 57, K. of P., has Jost a good and attentive member, and his family a devoted husband and father; therefore, be it Resolved, That this Lodge hereby extends its sincere sympathy to the family of our deceased brother in this their sad hour of affliction; and, be it further Resolved, That the charter of this Lodge be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days. HARRY SLOAN, W. R. SMITH, G. W. MEALS, Committee on Resolutions.

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EDUCATION THAT PAYS Business, Shorthand, Civil Service [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 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 mail clerks, 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 jail cm.. - .1 • 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. Students enrolling now...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

r * to O ompany Mt k Pier f All Kinds of Electrical Supplies In Stock 'FIXTURES anti SHADES, FLATIRONS, CHANDELIERS, ETC. f Contracts taken for Housed j Wiring Power Supplies and Display Wiring for Special t Occasions. Everything else in 4 Electricity. We can suit you THE HOMES FIRST-CLASS Meal» Served at All Hours for 25 Cents. Tickets good for 21 meals $4 SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER • Sunday 25 Cents | _ a ? »oi I I WAGON MAKER AND REPAIRER Band Sawing, Scroll Work, Brackets etc. Saw gumming and filing a specialty. Shop in N. L. Spanne’s warehouse, Cor. Ocean Avenue and I street, 10SIP0C, CALIFORNIA B. W. Smith Ijawrence Smith Smith & Son BRAY and EXPRESS Furniture || Baggage Moving SS Delivery Orders oromptlv attended to E. M. LONG Undertaker and Embalme LOMPOC, CALIF Commercial Grill JACOBS BROS., Prop’s ick Meals at All Hours Day or Night Sot Tamales Saturday Wight and Chicken On Sunday Commercial Hotel Building, Lompoc 60 YEARS* EXPERIENCE g Trade Marks Designs ... . Co...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

THE" NEW AUTOMOBILE RAMBLER Better than ever. Better than any regardlesH of prioo. We can “allow yon.” See local agent or W. K. COWAN, 830 South Broadway, Los Angelas, Agent lur Soy tiicry

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

The South Is the Place For the Negro In Business. ... By ... BOOKER T. WASHINGTON. President of Tuskefiee Institute. I HAVE in the past advised the progressive business men of the negro race to go SOUTH. In spite of the disturbances that have recently taken place there, I believe I am justified at this time in repeating this advice. In saying this lam not moved by any SENTIMENTAL ATTACHMENT to the south, though I do not deny that, like others of my race, I have a peculiar feeling of attachment to the southland. I advise the business I men of my race to come south because there are, I believe, business opportunities here that do not exist elsewhere. AS AN EVIDENCE OF THIS I MIGHT MENTION THAT THERE ARE NOW NO LESS THAN THIRTY-THREE NEGRO BANKS IN THE SOUTHERN STATES OWNED, CONTROLLED AND CAPITALIZED BY NEGRO BUSINESS MEN. In considering this question one should bear in mind, first of all, that the masses of the negro people are now and are likely FOR ALL TIME to remain in the south. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Notice All monument dealers are hereby notified that no monuments will be permitted to be erected in the Evergreen Catholic cemetery of Lompoc without a foundation of 4 1-2 to 6 feet in depth according to the weight of the monument. PHILIP KIERAN, Sexton. Notice. To Whom It May Concern: I hereby give notice that my lawful wife having of her own free will left my bed and board and taken up her residence elsewhere, I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by her. Signed, JASPER BEYERHOLM. Notice All money due for work on plots in cemetery is payable only to J. C. Lind or G. W. Pratt, and no other persons are authorized to collect such charges. By order of ~ CEMETERY BOARD. The trouble with most cough cures is that that, they constipate. Kennedy’s Lax itive Ccngh Syrup does not constipate, but on the other hand its laxitive principles gently move the bowels. It is pleasant to take and it is especially recoin mended for •'hildren, i it. tastes nearly as good as maple sug...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Delinquent Notice Lompoc Hall Association. Principal place of business Town of Lom- | poc, County of Santa Barbara, State of California. There is delinquent upon the following described stock, on account qf assessment levied on the 12th day 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 parcel of such stock as may be necessary will be sold at public auction at the Lompoc Opera House, on the 18th day day of May, 1908, at 2 o’clock p. m. of said day, to pay said delinquent assessment thereon, together with costs of advertising and expense of the sale. W. H. SUDDEN, President Lompoc Hall Association. Inrtis upon DjW ill’s Witch Haze l Salve. There' are substitutes, but there is only one original. It is healing, soothing and cooling and is especially good for piles Sold by Graham Drug Co. MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION PAYS 6 per cent on One-Year Term Deposits sper5 per cent on Monthly Balances Assets $...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

nil win ifWiffiSiait m We are Direct Agents and Dealers in g Edison Phonographs Victor Talking Machines Columbia Graphophones and have on hand machines ranging in price from $5 to $lOO. \ x . e 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 GRAMM DRUG CO. mm THE BANK OF LOMPOC „ OFIFCERS W. IT. SUDDEN, President JAMES SLOAN. Vice-President J. KLEIN, Cashier -L. KvHN, Ass’t Cashier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAPT. R. SUDDEN, President W. H. SUDDEN, Vioe-Prbs, J. KLEIN, Cashier W. C. BISSINGER, 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 PARIS OF THE WORLD r-aaamgLaass WHAT IS IT? nm - hh m m Ssfy{s AA Come and See FURNITURE, CARPETS MATTING, ETC. Machine Needles and hut ties for A L L lakes of machines, vlso the BEST MACHINE...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

LOMPOC PRODUCE -A-IsTID REAL ESTATE CO. * ♦ # « Shipping £ Commission A General Warehouse, Insurance ami Real-Estate Easiness Transacted. - - A Lehmann , Manager. TALBOTT'S LIVERY STABLES IHi PLACE FOR YOU TO GO WHKN YOU WISH TO TAKE A DRIVE. OUR SPECIALTY, TO SUPPLY SWELL TURNOUTS A HOTEL FOR THE HORSES Ocean Avenue. Zomvoe $ Central Market I H Street, Lompnic, Cal. The choicest /Beef, Pork, Muttoul Bacon, and fresh Lard| always on hand.

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BRIEF LOCALS [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

BRIEF LOCALS Two advertised letters are in the Lompoc postoffice for Geo. Mentz. D. T. Truitt has three dwellinghouses to rent. $B, $lO and $l2. Give your Lompoc Steam Laundry .a trial. All flat work finished for 35 cents a dozen. James Harris is up from Long Beach on a visit to friends and relations in the valley. WANTED—Two dozen Plymouth ■Rock chickens; must be cheap. Leave word at this office. A. Juarez, me Guadalupe constable, was in town yesterday, again searching for a miscreant. Joseph and Shubert Dimock are away for a week’s fishing in the waters of the upper Santa Ynez. A. C. Whittemore, of the S. P. Milling company, is in San Francisco for about ten days on pleasure bent. Merton Callis is in Los Angeles for a short time, having resigned his position with the Mercantile Union. Miss Nellie McKinstry of San Luis Obispo visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Fox the first of the week. W. E. Miscall has taken the management of the Santa Maria Times during Mr. Ebel’s absence...

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Mrs. Scaroni Sane Under Inquiry [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Mrs. Scaroni Sane Under Inquiry With her body a mass of bruises and in a state of nervous collapse, Mrs. Katrina Scaroni, fifty years old, was taken to the county jail, Sunday night by Constable Bland of Lompoc, on a charge of insanity. The charge was preferred by Charles Scaroni, her husband. Investigation by physicians developed the fact that the woman was as sane as her inquisitors. The medical examination exposed her injuries, and the matter was laid before the district attorney. About a year ago, says the Santa Barbara Press, Mrs. Scaroni was sent here on a similar charge; which proved without foundation. At that time the husband was called before Judge Day and fined $5O. He was warned never to- harm the woman again. She was his common-law wife and had had several children. The day she was discharged the couple were married here. The woman charges that her husband beat her shamefully and even injected opiates into her to accentuate her condition. Scaroni will be brought down fr...

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