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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Why was Dewey like a young man just entering college? He wanted liazen. Who is the luckiest boy in school? Hapgood. Why is Geo. Drowning like Jeffries? Because he has gone to Lick. What is Leon Moore’s favorite flower? The Myrtle. Few people are too old to learn; many are too stubborn. The apple packers, if we may judge all of them by the actions of one, believe in the W right Mr. Loukclose—“l see the corn doctor go i to school.” I ’ i’apil— Not that I know of.” I Mr. L.—“l thought 1 saw that pretty be iof hair in the window today.” .'upil—"Oh! that belongs to the catcher of pu • ame.” Amos Broughton thinks that had Will Talbott translated dolvsns UUxes as William instead of Willie ( Wily) Ulyscs, the effect would have been more dignified.' The Seniors thought themselves comfortably fixed when they had Meals at alj hours; but, alas! they forgot what an attraction it was for flies. (Liters Ily so, perhaps, but figuratively and classically apeak ing, “there are no flies” on the Meals’...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
PROFESSIONAL. DRS. SAUNDERS &amp; GRAHAM. Physicians and Surgeons LOMPOC, CAL. Office over Saunders &amp; Son’s Ding Store DR. G. J. ELLWANGER, DENTIST. Permanent Location. Rudolph Block, —ROOM 36 Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m Lompoc, Cal. dr. m. s. keiuher, Homeopathic, Physician &amp; Surgeon. —ln gent’s famishing goods we have a great line. Our stock Is complete. The quality fine. Our goods are all new. Competition defied. Come and look at our goods and see if wo lied. Lamar linos. —Lost—One brown colt about three years old, aud two colts about, nix months old. binder will please communicate with Charles Ahkley, Lompoc, Cal, FOR THE FINEST, BEST and Cheapest SCHOOL SHOES FOR BUYS AND GIRLS TRY J2T TI.o LOMPOC SHOK STOKE. -McAdam &amp; Smith has just received a complete line of farming implements, etc. at prices tin t Will i.n.on-isi. me nations. Call and 11 (•!;!. For sale: The Hogan Property For Sale at a bargain. The dwelling house cu;.t t) roo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Wanted: I want shelled pop-corn and and sweet corn. Will pay a fair price for it. S 5.6 in. Mrs. H. Whitlock. AGENT: Mrs. H. Whitlock is Agent for the celebrated Dr. D. P. Ordway’s Plaster, Try it. FOR SALE — 80 acres of choice land situated in the Lompoc valley, well improved will be sold at a reasonable figure. For further particulars, apply to P. Bendasher, Lompoc, Cal. n 18 1m. —I am prepared to make shirts and do plain sewing. Can reline vests and coats, and will do family mending and darning by the week. Work will be called for and returned Mrs. Nettie Saunders. —AGENTS WANTED- FOR THE LIFE AND Achievements of Admiral Dewey,” the world’s greatest naval hero l&gt;y Murat Halstead, the lifelong friend and admirer of the nation’s idol. Biggest and best book; over 500 pages, Bxlo inches; nearly 100 pages halftone illustrations. Only $1.50. Enormous demand. Big com, missions. Outfit free. Chance of a lifetime. Write quick. The Dominion Company, 3rd Floor Caxton Bldg.,Chicag...
COUNTY OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
COUNTY OFFICIALS. Superior Judge .............. W. S. Day Court Commissioner ..... B. F. Thomas County Clerk .......... C. A. Hunt Recorder ............... C. W. Rasey Sheriff ............ Nat Stewart Auditor ............. S. B. Schauer Tax Collector ..... M. F. Burke Assessor......... Frank Smith District Attorney .... E. W. Squier Deputy Assessor C. J. Young, Lompoc Superintendent of Schools..... W. S. Edwards County Veterinarian ........ Dr. J. H. Hester Coroner and Public Administrator ............ A. M. Ruiz Supervisor 4th District -. W W. Broughton
Personal and Local. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Personal and Local. —The Magnelito School closed last Friday. —The Racket is closing out Men’s Goods very cheap. Have yon seen the Holiday display at the Racket? —John Little was over from the Cojo Monday and Tuesday. —New Silks, Satins, Velvets and Fancy Trimmings jnst in at the Racket. Happiness is the result of forgetting self : and living for the good of others. —Henry Rosindale came over from the Light House on his usual weary trip. —Go to Klein &amp; Lehman’s, The People’s Store, for Dry goods and Groceries, Feed and Flour. —Miss Myrtle Saunders who has been sick for the past two week, is improving rapidly. —Mrs. J- E. Cannon is lying very ill at the home of her sister Mrs. Barbee, on Col lege avenue. —Miss Louise Hudson has returned from her school near Santa Maria, to spend the winter vacation at home. —Town taxes went delinquent Monday 27th. Fifteen per cent will he added, from now on for delinquenoes. —Miss DeWolf, who teaches in Oakland, was called home fast Satur...
The Appetite Of A Goat [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
The Appetite Of A Goat Is envied by till poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order. All such should know that Dr. King's New Life Pills, the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy, gives a splended appetite, sounddigestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy. Only 25oeut at Saunders &amp; Sou’s drug store.
Remember [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Remember McAdnm &amp; Smith are agents for the Rambler &lt;fc Ideal Bicycles and have a complete stock of bicycle sundries, Bolar &amp; Majestic Gas Lamps, Bella, Tires, Carbide and all kinds of bicycle paraphernalia at the lowest prices. Call and see us. —Ordinance No. 82 is now in force. —Did you see those Medallions at J. B. Dean’s. —Notice!—McAdam &amp; Smith’s advertisement in this week’s issue. —All the latest Stationery can be bad at Dean’s, at reasonable prices. —The seniors have begun plain trigonometry, having just finished advanced algebra. —Edmund Smith has quit school to ac cept a position in the dry goods store of J. C. Rudolph. —Say, “Betsy” let’s go over to Dean’s Drug Store and see those hand-painted trays they are handsome. —A new supply of Stationery, Confectionery just received at Clinger's Store, the place to buy your Groceries. —lf yon wish anything in the line of fine Christmas Cutlery, go to MoAdam &amp; Smith who have ...
SURE CURE EOR CROUP. Twenty-five Years’ Constant Use Without A Failure.. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
SURE CURE EOR CROUP. Twenty-five Years’ Constant Use Without A Failure.. The first indication of croup is hoarseness, and in a child subject to that disease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, it will prevent the attack. It is used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disaj - points the anxious mothers. We have ye* to learn of a single instance in which it has not proved effectual. No other preparation can show such a record—twenty-five years’ constant use without a failure. Fur sale by Saunders &amp; Sou.
Warren Hastings. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Warren Hastings. by Leonora Edington, Jr. In writing his “Warren Hastings.” Macaulay endeavored to bring before the reader, an unprejudiced sketch of the character of Warren Hastings. But since every biographer has his own opinion concerning this most noted Governor of India, it would be impossible for all to agree that Macaulay has accomplished his task. However, it may be said, that whenever he found it necessary to make mention of any wrongs committed by Hastings, he was always careful to offset it by some bettor cle.d. The most prominent trait of the character of Warren Hastings was his remarkable force of will. He was never known to give up any undertaking without first having made every effort to compete it. Whatever snoriflaes it were necessary to make ho clung to his purpose. As for instance in his early childhood he dreamed of regaining the family estate at Daylesford, which the family had lost through misfortunes. This wish iemained before him, through all the vicissitudes...
THE BRITISH SITUATION In South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
THE BRITISH SITUATION In South Africa. In the year 1653, the time when the colonization spirit was rampant iu Europe, the Dutch East India Co. sent a colony of farmers and gardeners to cultivate the land in the vicinity of Capetown. From this colony of farmers the inhabitants of South Africa received their name, for the Dutch word for farmer is Boer. In 1793 war was declared between Great Britain and Holland. The British took possession of the Dutch colony and held it until 1302, when a treaty of peace was effected and the colony was coded back to Holland. In 1805 England was again at war with Holland and again occupied South Africa, retaining possession. Although England s rule has been harsh and oppressive, still wo cannot deny that she is in the right. The Boers had enslaved the natives and treated them with terrible cruelty. England as the champion of the oppressed liberated the slaves iu 1836. This the Boers could not endure, so they trekked northward and purchased land from th...
He fooled The §nrgons* [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
He fooled The §nrgons* All doctors told Reniok Hamilton, of West Jefferson, 0., after suffering 18 months with Rectal Fistula, be would die unless a costly operation was performed; but }ie cured himslf with five boxes of Buokleu’s Arnica Salve. The surest Pile cure on Earth, and the best Salve in the World. 25 cents a box. Sold by Z. \V. Saunders &amp; Sou Druggists.
Wit and Wisdom of “Tam O’Shan ter,” [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Wit and Wisdom of “Tam O’Shan ter,” BY Elsie Arkley, Fresh. “Tam O’Shanter,” a poem largely narrative, is a story of “Brownies and Bogeles,” as they were seen by Tam at Kirk Allaway. Burns has written this poem in rather a strange manner; one will be reading along hardly able to suppress laughter at his humorous sayings, when the author will suddenly cut short his narrative, and give us, a pretty simile, or some other rare expression of worth. We will think, as we read the first few lines of the poem, that the author intends no expression of deep thought; but we suddenly change our opinion when we come to: "Pleasures are like poppies spread, You seize the flower, its bloom is shed; Or like the snow-falls in the river, A moment white,—then melts forever.” Where in all poems are four lines, containing deeper or wore beautiful thoughts than these? We notice in these digressions that (hero is very little dialect used, as the author falls into contemplation, and forgets his narrative. th...
•‘SNOW BOUND.” Critical Comment. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
•‘SNOW BOUND.” Critical Comment. By Mary Kieran, Hoph. The poem, “Snow Bound,” written by John Qreenlenf Whittier, is a winter idyl of New England life. In it the author describes the snow storm, his homo and scenes of his early boyhood. Whittier was born December 17, IRO7 at East Haverhill, Mass.; he was of Quaker decent and of Puritan surroundings. Here he spent his boyhood days and it was these surroundings that determined his after life. His home life was one of many hardships, yet of much happiness. He received but little education, attend ing the district school and wlun about nineteen he spent a little more than a year in an academy in Haverhill. His chief delight was in reading and from the few books he could obtain ho steeped his mind with their thoughts and learned to love their authors. Among these books w ire the Bible and some of Burn..’ poems. In “Snow Bound” he describes the home scene of a New Kugiau.l .o-■ w storm: The poem begins with the description of an approach...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
—The dance Riven by the Foresters Thusday evening was a success. We desire to call the attention of our readers to the advertiaments and reading matter contained in our supplement. Mr. Samuel McBane has been suffering unusually during the past week from some disorder of the nerves. The potato sorters with delicate olfactories, say that the decayed tubers area million strong. “ for swimsh gluttony Ne’er looks to heaven amidst his gorgeous feast But with besotted base ingratitude Crams and blasphemes his feeder.”
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Kodoß Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Itarti ficially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digestant and tonic. No other preparation can approach it in efficiency. It instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn, Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea, Sick Headache, Gastralgia,Cramps, and all other results of impel feet digestion. Prepared by E C DcWitc ACo , Chicago* Z. W, Saunders &amp; Son.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
© e e • 9 9 O o LOMPOC PRODUCE Real-Estate Cesjanj ‘l%; polne &amp; Commission A. General Warehouse, Insurance and Ileal-Estate Business Transacted. A Lehmann, Manager. Dray and Express I am conducting a Dray and Express brininess in Lompoc and am prepared to do freight ing and light and heavy hauling of every description at reasonable rates. FURNITURE • MOVING BAGGAGE DELIVRY. I make weekly trips to surf. jgjTAll Orders left at the store of Rudolph Bros, will be promptly attended to. X P T. W. ROBERTS Pbopbietok. Firs class Buggies, Horses, Etc. Rigs, for Picnics and Plesure Parties. Gentle HORSES, CAREFUL DRIVERS. FEED STABLE HORSES BOARDED AND CROOKED. Reasonable Rates. Ocean Avenue, Lompoc, Cal. Usa ess mill Si .3 LH v_-*a rvm r to the Ticket Offices of the SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY for those who comienrpiato a trip east or south or to Mexico or to any point on the Pacific Coast. The Southern Pacific has recently pnb lished some very attractive and instructive guide books...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 2 December 1899
Methodist Episcopal Church: —Sunday School, 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m. nod 6: 4o p. M.i Epworth League, 0:15 p. m. Ilev. J. C. Elliot, Pastor. Christian Church: —Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundays in each month: Sunday School and Christian Endeavor meeting at .6:30 p. m. M. E. Curoh South: —Preaching every Sunday morning at 11 o’clock and 7p. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Junior Le-ague 3:30 p. m.; Senior League, 6:30 p. m. Kev. A. Adkisson, Pastor. W. C. T. C. meet regularly the second Friday of each month at 2 o’clock in the C. P. Church. Baptist Church:— Services Sunday morning and evening at the regular hour. —NOTICE: Mr. B. Marietta offers a reward of $-0 for the recovery or information that will lead to the recovery of the red-spotted cow described elsewhere in the JoDENAL. —WANTED: A competent girl or woman for general house work. Wages $-0 per month. For further information apply at this oflice. New and Modern Jdeadquaters for Cuisine Unsurpassed Commercial Travelers The onl...