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Unsatisfactory. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Unsatisfactory. Homer— l have been scouring the city for a good cooki Knox —You conldij-.’t have done it thoroughly. Homer—Why nftt? Knox— The city / seems to be as dirty ever. /

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

Genera! Debility Day in and day ont there is that feeling of weakness that jnakes a burden of itself. Food does not strengthen. Sleep does not refresh. It is hard to do, hard to hear, what should be easy,—vitality is on the ebb, and the whole system suffers. For tliis condition take Hood's Sarsaparilla It vitalizes the blood and gives vigor and tone to all the organs and functions. in usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Sarsatabs. 100 doses $l. MURRIETA HOT SPRINGS The celebrated Southern California health resort. These Springs will cure Rheumatism, Kidney Disease. Stomach Troubles and Nervous affections. The finest Natural Hot Mud Baths tho country. Send for booklet, F. GUNTHER, Prop., Murrieta, Cal. The Parental Pessimist, “Papa, what does ‘Hon.’ before a man's name mean?’’ “It doesn't mean anything nowadays, my son.” —Chicago Tribune. QO-O-000-00-0000000000000-000-^ 0 When You Visit San Francisco * Do Sot Fail to be Fotoflraphcd at THE JOHNSON STUDIO 1228 FILLMORE...

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

Sy ru pufß 0^ a Elixir^S enna acts gently yet promptly on the system effectually, assists one in overcoming Habitual constipation permanently. To got its beneficial effects buy tKe genuine. {'lanajaclurcd by the CALIFORNIA Jio Syrup Co. tKe bowels, cleanses SOLD BY LEADING DRUGGISTS- 504 «,BOTTLt CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the ST? Signature of J'&.-tc/U/M $lOO Reward $lOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh, being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hell’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assistin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 9 May 1908

S.S.S CURES .RHEUMATISM Every case of Rheumatism has its origin and its development in the blood. It is not a disease which is contracted like a cold, but it is in the blood and system before a pain is felt, and the changes in the weather or any physical irregularities, such as a spell of indigestion, bowel disturbance, etc., are merely the exciting causes producing the pains and aches, which are the natural symptoms of the disease. Rheumatism is caused by an excess of uric acid and other corrosive, irritating poisons in the blood, which are carried through the circulation to every part of the system. Every muscle, nerve, membrane, tissue and joint becomes saturated with these acrid, irritating impurities, or coated with fine, insoluble caustic matter, and the sharp, piercing pains or the dull, constant aches are felt with every physical movement. When the blood is filled with uric acid poison, permanent relief cannot be expected from liniments, plasters, or other external treatment...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

THE LOMPOC JOURNAL NI NET EEN TH YEA R. LOMPOC, SANTA BARBARA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1908. NO. 52.

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COAST EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD Condensed, Interesting Items ot News Gleaned from Varied 2nd Numerous Sources. An Interesting Assemblage ot Paragraphs that Give a Readable Review of Important Occurrences During the Past Week. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

COAST EVENTS BRIEFLY TOLD Condensed, Interesting Items ot News Gleaned from Varied 2nd Numerous Sources. An Interesting Assemblage ot Paragraphs that Give a Readable Review of Important Occurrences During the Past Week. Santa Monica. —The order of Christian Brothers will build its first college of the Southwest in this city, commencing this summer and completing it in time for the opening next year. The plans call for an expenditure of $lOO,OOO. Tacoma, Wash. —A Nome dispatch says the sluicing season began last week. It is estimated that the cleanip will be $3,000,000. It is predicted that the previous early records will be broken. From all creeks come encouraging reports. Paso Robles.—Jay Wescotte, a prominent threshing machine man of this place, suffering from consumption, killed himself by cutting both wrists. He was living with his mother and sister. The mother died on her way home from the funeral. Marshfield, Ore.—A two-story frame building which was being erected on lower Bro...

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WORK OF CONGRESS WILL SOON END. Law-Makers Likely to Adjourn Toward Close of Present Month. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

WORK OF CONGRESS WILL SOON END. Law-Makers Likely to Adjourn Toward Close of Present Month. Washington. —The supply bills of Congress in which appropriations are to be made for the support of the Government for the fiscal year beginning July Ist are in such condition in both houses that if no complications arise in connection with other legislation, it will be possible to reach a final adjournment by the 25th inst. There are fourteen of these general measures, carrying almost a billion dollars, and of these the House of Representatives, in which all of them originate, has passed twelve; all except the Military Academy and the general deficiency bill. Both of these carry comparatively small sums, and both are of such character that they seldom arouse opposition, and both could be disposed of in very brief order if necessary.

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Mitcheii Will Not Take Nomination. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Mitcheii Will Not Take Nomination. Washington, D. C. —John Mitchell, until recently president of the Mine Workers’ Union, is to be the Democratic nominee for Governor of Illinois, if the Democratic leaders of that State can force the nomination upon him. Mitchell is here attending the conference of Governors and others at the White House. It is declared by his friends that, he would not under any circumstances accept the proposed nomination. Roger Sullivan, the Democratic leader of Illinois, is quoted as saying that he will make Mitchell the Democratic candidate with or without his consent.

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Railroads fined for Violating Law. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Railroads fined for Violating Law. Chlcag o.— In ninety-five cases brought by the Government against railroad companies, charging violation of the twenty-eight-hour law for the transportation of cattle, the United States District Court has imposed fines aggregating $13,150. The railroads fined were as follows: Rock Island, $6,550; Northwestern, $3,600; Illinois Central, $1,100; St. Paul, $950; Santa Fe, $750, and Burlington, $2OO. The majority of the fines were imposed on the pleas of guilty, but in all cases the Chicago and Northwestern pleaded not guilty.

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Peruvian Revolt Suppressed [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Peruvian Revolt Suppressed Lima. —An official dispatch received here states that Durand, the revolutionist, was attacked at Cerro de Paseo, capital of the Department of Junin, about 130 miles from Lima, by Sub-Perfect Negrito, who defeated him. Durand fled in the direction of Huanuco, abandoning {pis companions and a quantity of arms. It is believed here that the revolution is practically suppressed. The Government officials deny that there is an uprising in Cuzeo.

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Congressmen Against Canteen. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Congressmen Against Canteen. Washington.—By the overwhelming vote of 167 to 46 and following a twohour debate, the House again went on record again t re-establishment of the canteen in National Soldiers’ Homes. In the course of the discussion a man giving his name as George F. Grilley of Providence, R. 1., unfurled an American flag and proceeded to make an address from the gallery on the temperance question. He was promptly taken out.

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Flames Destroy Petaluma Hotel. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Flames Destroy Petaluma Hotel. Petaluma. — The Petaluma Hotel, near the Northwestern depot, has been totally destroyed by fire. The bartender, Tom Wilson, died as a result of inhaling a large quantity of smoke. M. O'Reilly of Hoaldsburg owned the building. The Edwards Brothers, proprietors of the hotel, were insured for $1,500. Their loss is $2,150. The fire was of incendiary origin.

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Leave Grewsome Warning. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Leave Grewsome Warning. Aurora, Ind. —A band of marauders, supposedly from Kentucky, ruined the tobacco beds on the farm of Henry Keiser, five miles below here. They dug a grave, put in an old sword, a box of matches and a note of warning to Keiser that if he attempted to raise any more tobacco he would occupy the grave. The farmers are alert and expect more trouble.

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Rough Riders to Reunite. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Rough Riders to Reunite. New York. —To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the formation of the Rough Riders, a reunion of the men who went to Cuba with Theodore Roosevelt, to which President Roosevelt will be invited, has been called to be held in New York some time next month.

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Mrs, Gould’s Father Dies in Asylum. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Mrs, Gould’s Father Dies in Asylum. Jacksonville, 111. —Seldou H. Clemmons, father of Mrs. Howard Gould of New York, died here at the Central Hospital for the Insane at the age of 70 years. Clemmons has another daughter, who married a Chinese in San Francisco.

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No Copper Allowed In Foods. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

No Copper Allowed In Foods. Washington.—Foods greened with copper salts will not be entitled to entry into the United States under the pure-food and drug law after January Ist next, according to a decision of the Board of Food and Drug Inspection.

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PRESIDENT SAYS HE IS SUPREME Notifies Member of Senate That His Authority Over Army and Navy is Absolute. Nation’s Executive Gives a Characteristic Answer to Republicans Who Questioned His Actions in Brownsville and Stewart Affairs. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

PRESIDENT SAYS HE IS SUPREME Notifies Member of Senate That His Authority Over Army and Navy is Absolute. Nation’s Executive Gives a Characteristic Answer to Republicans Who Questioned His Actions in Brownsville and Stewart Affairs. Washington.—Three members of the United States Senate have received letters from Presi(ffent Roosevelt declaring his supremacy, as commander in chief, in all matters referring to the control of the Army and Navy. The letters have created intense feeling among the Republican members of the Senate. The letters in every case are in defense of his course in discharging without honor the negroes he believed to be guilty of “shooting up” the town of Brownsville, Tex., and his action in banishing Colonel William P. Stewart to an abandoned military post in a desert section of Arizona. The third letter came to Senator Stewart of Vermont. A few days ago, during the debate on the Brownsville case, Senator Stewart asked a question, indicating that he had doubt as to...

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Firemen Wanted to Show their Usefulness. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Firemen Wanted to Show their Usefulness. Norfolk, Va. —Four members of the Jamestown Exposition fire department and two of the Powhattan guard were held to the Grand Jury on the charge of arson. Two of the men filed written confessions that they started the fire on the grounds which destroyed the Philippine' villages and other villages several days ago. They said it was understood that Fire Chief Miller had recommended a cut in both force and salaries, and they thought a fire would demonstrate the value of both the firemen and guards of the grounds.

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Americans and Porto Ricans Clash. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 16 May 1908

Americans and Porto Ricans Clash. San Juan, Porto Rico.—Two privates of the Porto Rico provisional regiment were shot during a clash between soldiers and the insular police. One of the soldiers died later and the other was quite seriously wounded. The fight resulted from an attempt on the part of the police to quell a disturbance. The soldiers are greatly incensed at the shooting of their comrades, and Adjutant-General Field, in order to avoid trouble, has issued orders that the men shall not leave barracks after dark.

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