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£=' [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Topics of the Times China imported $429,000 worth of beer from Germany last year. Washington County, Maine, has a blueberry crop of 30,000 bushels. The first factory for the manufacture of cotton sewing thread was located at Pawtucket in 1794. The first cotton gin in this country was put in operation by Eli Whitney, the inventor, in 1793. The bows of the North American Indians were usually made from a species of osage orange. Villain once meant the serf who belonged to the farm and was bought, sold or exchanged with it. Henry VIII. was enormously fat and easily overheated. At the slightest exertion his face became purple. The creation of the Nicaraugua canal will cut off 10,000 miles from the voyage from New York to San Francisco. “Skat” is the card game which holds Berlin in its thrall. “Bridge” fascinates the players of London and New York. Before the end of this year, telephonic communication will have been established between the cities of Italy and Switzerland. Of the 1,557 tow...
A GOOD EXAMPLE. Strenuous Life of a North Carolina Colored Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
A GOOD EXAMPLE. Strenuous Life of a North Carolina Colored Woman. It is encouraging to see a person whose life has been successful aud an influence for good under adverse circumstances! Such a persons is Aunt Tillie, a coal-black negress born in slavery, who lives in the mountains of North Carolina, midway between two villages. She has a patronymic, no doubt, but her neighbors have forgotten it, and it does not matter, for there is only one Aunt Tillie in that community. How her education was begun no one knows, but she was able, when she had a family, to teach her boys and girls to read and to print. She possessed no book save the Bible, and used that as a text-book. She knows no other literature, and now, In her later days, when she has plenty of friends who would cheerfully give her books, all have refrained, preferring to leave untouched by lesser literature that fine imagination which employs with ease the words of David aud Isaiah. In course of time her family slipped from her...
A Three-Hours’ Hanging Record. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
A Three-Hours’ Hanging Record. One very stormy day fourteen years ago, while acting as assistant keeper of Sir Walter Scott’s monument, Edinburgh, I crept on ail fours along the balcony at top of first lauding in order to remove one of the water griffins. Wiien about half-way, a sudden gust of wind sent me off my balance, and my legs went over. Clinging with the tenacity of a tiger, with both hands, to the copestone, I hung in that position three hours, when my cries attracted a couple of gentlemen passing along Princess street, and I was relieved. A space of eighty feet with a spiked railing lay beneath me, and I cannot understand how I was ab.T to hang on . q long.—Scottish Leat,"&gt;-.
Restoring Spoil- ’< us. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Restoring Spoil- ’&lt; us. When a pen lias been ns. ; jnt.il it pears to he spoiled, place it ever a flame (a gaslight, for Instance) for a quarter of a minute, then dip it into water and it will be again fit for work. A new pen which is found too hard to write with will become softer by being thus heated.—Answers. Love may be blind, but it is an expert at, making spectacles.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Central Market H STREET, LOMPOC James Sloan, - Proprietor. The Choicest.... beep, pork: mlittoin, BACON, HAMS, and FRBSH LARD ALWAYS ON HAND. W. C. BALL Wheelwright wagonmahcr SAW FILING A SPECIALTY Repairs ol all kinds promptly done. Also Header Work. Give me a trial. Shop on Corner of Ocean Avenue and 0 Street. New Morris House Santa Barbara, California. Opened March 5, 1895, Under New Management. RATES &lt;? SAMPLE ROOM Free ’Plus To and From All Trains. BRENNAN &amp; CALLAHAN, Proprietors Channel City Granite ana Marble WORKS r &amp; S. FROST, Proprietor. ~ ElB. IE ENTS, Reasonable Prices. Good Work. When in the City give us a call. Office and Yard, 928 STATE STREET, Santa Barbara, Cal. * % * *k. *k. * *k. *k. % \ *k. \ 6. D6HJSf Leading DruMst Prescriptions Accurately Compounded. A LARGE STOCK OF a n D Pure Drugs Parent Medicines The Acme Electric Belt for Sale. LOMFOC, CAL. Agricultural implements. ■i HAY, GRAIN and FEED, CORNMEAL and GRAHAM FLOUR made ...
THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
THE ELECTION. Ob Wednesday, December 4th, sthe election to decide the bond question will take place, and we hope lor the interest of the town and community it will carry. As the Record of last week stated very truthfully., the item of insurance, which is certainly an important one, is practically impossible under the present conditions. We need more water for protection against fire, for domestic purposes, for properly sprinkling streets and to accommodate a very large number of applicants who want town water that cannot now besupplied. If this measure would have a tendency to raise the taxes and otheiwise burden the* property owners, then there would be some excuse for opposing its passage, but, such is not by any means the case, the proposed new system with the increased water supply will more than pay for the cost of construction and maintenance as the amounts fall due, then why should anyone interested in the welfare of our town and community oppose the passage? We do not believ...
Rev. Irl R. Hicks Is not Dead. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Rev. Irl R. Hicks Is not Dead. Notwithstanding a widely current rumor that the Rev. Irl R. Hicks was dead, he never was in better health, aud never did a harder aud more successful year’s -work thau that just closing. He has just completed his large and splendid Almanac for 1902 aud, with his staff of able helpers, has brought his journal. Word and Works, justly forward iuto international reputation. For a quarter -of a century Mr. Hicks has grown in reputation and usefulness as the people’s astronomer, and forecaster ot storms and the character of coming seasons. Never were his weather forecasts so sought after as now. his timely warning of a serious drought this year having saved the people from loss aud .suffering. Millions of bushels of wheat were harvested through his advice to plant crops that would mature early. The American people will certainly stand by Prof. Hicks, when It costs them so little and the benefite are so great. His tine Amlanac of 200 pages is only 250, and hi...
UJKDiHAfiIUJti JMU. 97- [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
UJKDiHAfiIUJti JMU. 97- An Ordinance to call an election of the qualified voters of the Town of Lompoo to vote upon the proposition to issue $40,000 bonds for the aoqnisiou, construction aud completion of a certain permanent, municipal aud public improvement in aud for said town, to wit: The construction of an extension of aud addition to the water works system now owned and operated by said town; aud to provide for the notice of such election. The Board of Trustees of the Town of Lompoo do ordain as follows; Section One. Whereas, The Board of Trustees of said Town of Lompoo, being the iegislativu branch of said town, contemplates the acquisition, construction and completion in and for said town of a certain permrueut municipal and public improvement, hereinafter mentioned aud referred as “said municipal improvement” aud described as follows: The construction of an extension of and adrttion to the waterworks system now owned and operated by said town, by the laying of additional mai...
Spreads Like Wildfire. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Spreads Like Wildfire. When things are "tbe best” they become "tbe best selling.” Abraham Hare, a leading druggist, of Belleville. 0., writes; "Electric Bitters nrs tbe best selling bitters I have handled in 30 years.” Yon know why? Mott diseases begin in disorders of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, blood and nerves. Electric Bitters tones np the stomach, regulates liver, kidneys and bowels, purifies tbe blood, strengthens the nerve» t hence cures multitudes of maladies. It bnilds np the entire system. Pate new life and vigor into anyweak, eiokly, rnn down man or woman. Price 60 cents. Sold by S. W. Saunders A Son druggists.