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Astounding Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Astounding Discovery. From Coopersville, Mich., comes word of a wonderful discovery of a pleasant tasting liquid that when used before retiring by any one troubled with a bad oougb always ensures a good night’s rest. “It will soon core tbe cough too,” writes Mrs. 8. Himelbnrger, "for three generations of onr family have need Dr. King’s New Discovery for Consumption and .never found its equal for Goughs and Colds.” It’s an unrivaled lifesaver when nsed for desperate lung diseases. Guaranteed boi tlea 50c and $l.OO at Sanders’ dmg store. Trial bottles free.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Entitle of Pbcßbe J. Winget, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned, the administrator of the estate of PboebeJ. Winget, deceased,to tbeCreditors of, and all persons having claims against ■aid deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within fonr months after the first publication of this notice, to the said administrator at the office of Kiobarde &amp; Carrier, Fithian Building, City of Santa Barbara, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of the ■aid estate in the County of Santa Barbara, State of California. J. A. WINGET, Administrator of the estate of Phoebe J. Winget, deceased. Dated at Santa Barbara, November 6th, 1901. no-9-t6
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
☆ TRUSSES! riTTED TREE. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE ‘ MOUBSS &lt;JOIHN 1B088,” AND THE “WEXMORE TrEISSC*,” (STEEL AND ELASTIC.) These Trusses are purchased by us, direct from r . facturers. We are able to fit at once anyone from an infant to a three hundred pound man. Perfect Fit, Satisfaction Guaranteed. Z. W. SAUNDERS &amp; SON PHARMACISTS. Arthur Stable EDSELL &amp; DOWNS, Prop’s. m .^gsl^ifiri7irAT - »Mi-ini« 1.--- ~ PHONE 31. Fresh oloek New Higs . . Living Rates Care Drivers LOMPOC, CAL. sinpjON &amp;mck FRUIT CO., . . . 9 S|fippE^s. am APPLES! APPLES! Having bouuht tbe principal and largest apple crops here, ws will open t'lir packing bouse in a week or so and will contract for future delivery: a!no iov, - We nre prepared to buy and bandit- all the ntereb ntabie apple* rnWu in Ibe valley and to pay cash for same. When ready to sell, call at osr packing ho awe or writ# V» Box 250, Lompoc, Cal. SIMPSON, HACK FRUIT CO LOMPOC. CAL. ■ Wjmninmn YOUNG ...
COUNTY OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
COUNTY OFFICIALS. nperior Judge. - .art Comßimwwf B *• f ZxfeSS Reorder.. . - • Nat Stewart r 8. B. Sohwter Auditor • M. F. Burke .’ W. B. Metoalf M.™tor " - Frank Flournoy S&amp;nev Aepotv Assessor- ...-C *uperintend-ntof Schools..-W 8. Awards. •ouutv Veterinarian Dr. J. H. Hester •n-merand t A. M. Ruiz' fillin' Administrator I Hmnohtoni •tjpervwor ith District W Broughton
Personal and Local. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Personal and Local. Big tnue in Channel City Hr A.. J. Downs and family are ;a&lt;&gt;\v residents of Lompoc. Don’t forget to pat a big ‘‘X’’ in ♦lie square opposite the word xes. \ft U »ed and Mrs. ChaS i F aU visited friends iu Santa Yuezj last week. Go to the polls next Wednesday and deposit a big vote for the new water system. if you aid not pay your county taxes" before o o’clock Monday afternoon, they become delinquent. The dauoo given by the Wood, men of the World Thursday night was greatly enjoyed by all present. Yoa are cordially invited to call and see ue iu oar new office on H ittrftot* aortl) of tli6 Bftiik of Lorn* 4100. Juo. Dilie has had a new coat of V»iut put on the dwelling house he a’Hcently purchased from Charle Xoiau. A vole cast for the enlargement of tiur water system, is a vote for the best interest of our town and community. The Lompoc creamery and £smithV. skimming station, are kept busy those handling our dairymen’s rni»k. J. B f Dean is ar...
A Good Life Closes. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
A Good Life Closes. Again has the reaper Death entered our beautiful town and taken from the hearts of her devoted family and friends “Aunt’ Nancy Saunders, one of the oldest And most universally loved women in this community, aged about 77 years. . . “Aunt” Nancy was a Christian woman in all the term implies, and there is hardly a family in Lompoc, when overtaken by sickness or sorrow, but what has received from her heart and hands devoted care and consolation. The deceased came with her family to Lompoc many years ago and is numbered among the early pioneers. Possessing a strong constitution and remarkable will-power sbe was able to fight life’s trials and hardships without a complaint. Wednesday of last week the de ceased felt ill and retired to her room, and notwithstanding everything known to medical science and the kind ministration of loving bands was brought to bear on the case, she gradually grew worse until the following Friday afternoon the noble spirit that had been bang...
Coroner’s Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Coroner’s Jury. Following is the verdict of the Coroner’s jury held on the body of James A. Kurus at Lompoc, .November 22, 1901: Miate or California, County of Mania Barbara. in the matter of (ha inquisition upon the body of James A. Burns, deceased. Before C. R. Coming, acting as Coroner. V\ e, the undersigned, the jurors summoned to appear before C. It. Corning Justice of the Peace in Fifth Township, Manta Barbara County, California, aciiug as the Coroner of the County of Manta Barbara, at Lompoc,California, on the 22d day of November 1901, to inquire into the cause of the death of the said James A. Burns, having been duly sworn according to law, and having made such inquisition, after inspecting the body and hearing the testimony adduced, upon our oaths, each and all do say that we find the deceased was named James A. Burns, was a native of Penneylvauia, aged about 51 years, and that he came to his death on the 22 day of November 1901, in this county, by a gunshot wound inflicted...
Old Ocean’s Victim. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Old Ocean’s Victim. Joseph Lett Beedy, a young man about nineteen years of age, and three companions, employees of the Nethertou &amp; Killermau Oil company, now operating on the Jalama rancho, went down to the beach last Wednesday week to fish, and while there young Beedy concluded to take a swim. He swam out some distance and apparently was not able to reach the shore again,every wave seemed to carry the unfortunate young man farther out to sea. His friends called to him and told him not to give up and to swim back, but he did not respond, and in a few minutes sank below the waves. As be went down he raised one arm out of the water as a signal for help. Messrs. Carey and Hegpatb, the gentlemen who were with young Beedy, and other friends kept up a constant search for the body but without success until Sunday forenoon when Mr. James Barker discovered the body lying on some rocks where it had been thrown by the breakers. The remains were brought to Lompoc and an inquest was ...
Sale Of Household Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Sale Of Household Goods. This doming week 1 will sell all of mf Household Goods consisting of Parlor fnrnitnre, Piano, Diningroom set, Bedroom sets. Lamps and Ornaments, Carpets and Cnrtains, Kitchen fnrnitnre and cooking and other utensils. For sale also a good Surrey and harness. For further particulars call on Mas. £. Lktt, at her home on H. Street.
taamait ui – – RACKET – – [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
taamait ui - - RACKET - - Big China Sale Commences to-day and continues one week. Yon will get liberal discounts on large purchases, Closing out all hats and coats this week st s great reduction. A Present with eyery |5 purchase no matter w hat yon buy. Christmas opening Wednesday, Dec. ith. At the Baptist Church Sunday morning Key. M. 8. Howes will take as his subject “A Glorious Metamorphosis.” After tbs sermon there will be the reception of new members and the Holy Supper. In the evening the third in the “Pilgrim’s Progress” services will be given the “Subject From the Cross to the Chamber of Peace.” These services consist of responsive readings and music end a short sermon on the topic. Mr. Madden of San Francisco is visiting his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Dean. Attorney E. M- Sheridan made the county seat a short visit this week. Dr. H. P. Morrey made a living visit and return to San Luis Obispo on Tuesday. Beautiful weather for this season of the vear. and the grass and grain is gro...
Mondern Surgery Surpsued, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Mondern Surgery Surpsued, "While anffering from a bad oese of pilot T conanlted a phvnieiMi who adviaed me to try a box of DeWitt’o Witeh Haxel Snlvfi.” Sara G F. Garter, Atlanta. Ga. "I proonrod a box and waa entirelx onred. DeWitt’a Witch Haxel Salve ia a aplendid cnre for piles, giving relief instantly and I hoartilv recommend it to all enfferers.” Snrgery is n»necea«ary to cure pilea. 'DeWitt'a Witch Ha eel Salve will cnre any naae. Cata.bnrrs brniaes and all other wonnda are alsoonick, r onred hv it. Beware of Counterfeits Z. W. Sannders &lt;k Son. The drama of “Finnigan’s Fortune,” will be played for the benefit of the Lompoc Opera House, December 27th.
The Chlhlran's Friend. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
The Chlhlran's Friend. You’ll have a cold this winter. Mnyhe yon Imre one now. Your children will suffer too. For concha, croup, bronchitis, grip and other winter complaints One Minnte Conch Cure never fails. Acts promptly. It is very pleasant to the taste and perfectly harmless. C. B. George, Winchester, Ky.. writes; “Oar little girl was attacked with cronp late one night and was so hoarse she con Id hardly speak. We gave her a few doses of One Minute Gongh Cure. It relieved her immediately and she went to sleep. When she awoke next morning she had no signs of hoarseness or croup.” Z. W. Saunders &amp; Son.
SOMETHING IMPORTANT About Photographs. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
SOMETHING IMPORTANT About Photographs. Don’t yon know that the baby catcher from the East in here. Have yonr babies and children’s pictures taken before it may be too late; and that applies also to the rest of the family. As to the time of sitting it is always best in the forenoon or in the middle of the day. I can then make you as true a likeness as you can get in any Gitt. I use none but first-class materials the aristo platino mat surface paper, which is guaranteed not to fade; and, therefore, produce nothing but high class work. I also have facilities for viewing stereosooptng, copying, enlarging and flashlight work. My experience are of many years in this line, therefore I am competent to do yonr work up in an artistic manner. My prices are according to siae. Come and see for yourself, you will thereby be convinced. Come before the rush of holidays. C. Forrellj Photographic Artist, Lompoc.
Reliable and Gentle [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Reliable and Gentle ••A pill’s a pill” says the saw. But there are pills and pills. Yon want a pill which is certain, thorough andgentls. Mustn't gripe. De Witt’s Little Early Risers fill the bill. Purely vegetable. Do not force but assist the bowels to act. Strengthen and invigorate. Small and easy to take. Z. W. Saunders A Son.
Singing School. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Singing School. I will open 4 singing clasij, next Saturday evening, November 30th, at7:3op. m. in the Baptist Church. Any one wishing to receive general musical instruction can-do so by joining this class. Single ticket of attendance ten cents; twelve tickets one dollar. W. W. WALLEY.