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A Physician Testifies. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
A Physician Testifies. “I have taken Kodoi Dyspepsia Care and have never nsed anything in my life that did me the good that did, “Bays County fbysioian Qeo. W, Scruggs of Hall County, On. “being a physician I have prescribed it and found it to give the bast results.” If the food yon eat remains undigested in yon r stomach it decays there and poisons the system. Yon can prevent this by dieting but that means starvation. Kodoi Dyspepsia Cure digests what yon eat. You need suffer from neither dyspepsia nor starvation. The worse oases quickly cured. Never tails. Z. W. Saunders A Son. L. C. Watson died at Providence Hospital, Seattle, on the 16th inst, Mr. Watson visited Lompoc several months ago in company with his wife, who was formerly the wife of the late Judge A. E. Dillard of this couniy.
WATER NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
WATER NOTICE. All persona deairing to secure water fur irrigation purposes from the Lompoc Valley Water Co.’s ditch, please call on the undersigned at once. This property has changed hands and the present owners are patting the same in first-class condition. Many farther extensions and improvements are contemplated, including an extensive pumping plant, if the land owners are witling to give an iiatmrnnue tbnt they will buy the water wlit.n it is ready for them. If the pumping plant is put in all portions of the valley can be covered. £. M. SUEItIDAN, Secretary.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
The Santa Maria Times last week notod a curious development iu the Careaga well No. 1, which has been plugged op for sometime. It began suddenly to show evidences of heavy gas pressure, with foam gushing out from the sides of the cap, and when the plug was removed the well began to flow freely.
BRAIN-FOOD NONSENSE, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
BRAIN-FOOD NONSENSE, Another ridiculous food fad has been branded by the moat competent antborties They have dispelled the silly notion that one kind of food is needed for brain, another for muscles, and still another for bones. A correct diet will not only nonrieh a particular part of the body, bnt it will sustain every other part. Yet, however, good yonr food maybe, its nutriment isdes troyed by indigestion or dyspepsia. Yon must prepare for their appearance or prevent tbeir coming by taking regular dosec of Green's August Flower, the favorite medicine of the healthy millions. A few doses aids digestion, stimulates the liver to healthy action, purifies the blood, and makes yon fed buoyant and vigorous. You can get Dr. Q. Q. Green’s reliable remedies at J. B. Dean’s drug store. Get Green’s Special Almanac. s2B-tf
With President Roosevelt. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
With President Roosevelt. A delightfully personal article showing the new President as he rides and hunts and camps, will soon appear in The Ladies’ Home Journal. The writer of the article lias known him intimately, traveled thousand of miles with him. and seen him under conditions of the most varying nature. He will tell bow the President fell trees on his own place, and splits wood; how he is training bis children to love riding, swimming and walking, and living outdoors. It will be a close view of the Chief Executive in the life he most enjoys.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
SUCH A CHANCE. Not only in feelings but in looks. The skin is clear, the eyes are bright, the cheeks are plump. No more pain and miserv, no more sick headache, no more jaundice. What worked the change? Ur. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery, which cured the disease of the stomach that prevented proper nutrition, and also cleansed the clogged and sluggish liver. Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases of the stomach and other organs of digestion and isutrition. It cures diseases of lungs, heart, liver, and other organs which seem remote from the stomach because many of these diseases have their cause in a diseased condition of the stomach involving the allied organs of digestion and nv.^ition. " I sent vou a letter about a year ago," writes Mrs. T. Ellis Hamilton, of Farmington. Manon Co west Va. " I stated mv case as plainly as I could, and received a letter from you in a few tiavs, telling me to use Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery and ‘ Favorite Prescription —a bo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. This preparation contains lof the digests nts and digests nil ij.Tde ot food. It gives instant reliet and never fails to cure. It allows you to eat all the food you want. The most sensi live stomachs can take It. By its use many thousands of dyspeptics have been cured af tor everything else failed. Is unequalled for the stomach. Children with weak stomachs thrive on it. First dose relieves. A diet unnecessary. Cares all stomach troubles Prepared only by E. O. DeWitt ft Co.. Chicago XlMtl. bottle containsZK times theSOc. site. Fur sale by Z. W.'Saunders ft Sun. U, B- YOQLB, PRACTICAL FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY. CALL AND BE CONVINCED. Store in Roberta Building, Ocean Avenue, Lompoc. PRESCRIPTIONS! DIO IT? ~ ? ~ The Little Brownie Liver Pill Did. Only one town where they ar o sevd. They will correct-your liver better and quicker than any other pill ever made. Easy to take! Only 25c pkg. at DEAN’S. Prescription Druggist. &amp; IF over Tor...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
PROFESSIONAL. DRS. SAUNDERS t GRAHAM. Physicians and Surgeons. LOMPOC, CAL. Office in Saunders A Son’s Drug Store. DR. M. S. KEUIHER ( HOMEOPATHIC .) Physician and Surgeon, OFFICE IN DEAN’S BUILDING. Offiob Hours 3t05 r. H. DR. H. P. MORREY. Physician and Surgeon, LOMPOC, CAL. Office— ln J. B. Dram’s Drugstore, G. W. iuzaU, Attorney-ai~Law, LOMPOC. CAL. For Sale—Wanted. Second-class potatoes, good as any for f. niilv use. *l.OO, per sack. Wsnfed second band sacks. W. 11. HCHUYIjER. For Sale, Baled Hay, per ton 18 00 Chevalier Barley, per 100 lbs •*" Good pasture for stock at reasonable rates. MORGAN RUDOLPH. IDMPOn COMMERCI Z &amp; BUY AND SELL , Everything produced or con* snmetl in the State: California Fruits, Errs, Mustard Seed, Apples. Provisions, Potatoess, Poultry, Dairy Product, Beans. Ranch Supplies. JOBBING AND COMMISSION. E"M. SHERIDAN «F S. LEW!
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
laftr 'A Wit rflr i ArA A I &amp; LJ R PRICES ** » HARDWARE, TINWARE, WINDMILLS, PUMPS, TANKS, MACHINERY, AND EVERYTHING ELSE THAT IS CARRIED IN STOCK BY UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE DEALERS. SSTAKE BELOW ALL (JOHi'BTITO&amp;S, AND CANNOT BE EQUALED..#3 JMcHOHM &amp; SMITH. 'VNFWI \ the oanvam Against Chicken Lice is no on. ZC.A.IF’ZI-.1.A.T ZC-c_ Is the munition of war usee I:; A grata lor Oar Lli Vandergriff s RotarHYashing Machines Groceries l« Large ami Complete. DISHES. CT7TL.ERY, ETC, THE ENTERPRISE STORE, W, A. SAUNDERS &amp; CO., Props. Ooenn Arenas, Lompoo. JnE, &gt; TO., Props.. t] DO. » . New-and Modern Headquaters for Cuisine Unsurpassed Commercial Traveler* The only First-Class Hotel in Lontooc HOTEL ARTHUR ARTHUR RUDOLPH. PrOD. Only White Help No Bar in Connection Telephone to All Points All Stages Call at Hotel LOMPOC PRODUCE Real-Estats Company Shipping &amp; Commission A General Warehouse, Insurance and Real-Estate Business Tra...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Come and See Delaney’s Wall Paper. For the next thirty days I will sell wet paper end border at 35 per oent discount on the dollar. It will pay yon to see Delaney's paper. Three hundred samples to select from. Look ont fur next week. F. H. DELANEY. R. W. SMITH’S Dray and Express • lam conducting a Dray end • • Express business in Lompoc • 2 ana qm prepared to do freight- 9 2 ing npd light and heavy haul- g • ing of every description at • • reasonable rates. • FURNITURE • MOVING BAGGAGE DELIVRY. j&amp;~ All Orders left at the store of ktodolpl Bros, will be promptly attended ta. W. W. WALLEY CARPENTER &amp; BUILDER. General house repairing and light Jobbing attended to. Saw Filial a Specialty. Shop in N. L. Spanne's new warebooaa Cor. Ocean Ave. and I St. opposite Mn Adam A Smith’s Store. I. 0. 0. F. MEETING. Lompoc Lodge No. 348 I. O. O. F. meets every Saturday evening at their Hall, Corner of H. St. and Ooean Avenue, at 7:30 p. m. All visiting Brothers are invited t...
A MIRACLE INVESTIGATED MM Hunter, Blind and Helpless mm Paralysis, Now Sees, walks and works. me San fpancisco Examiner Verifies All Ike Facts—interviews Wttk tke Mayor ot Chico and Other prominent Citizens. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
A MIRACLE INVESTIGATED MM Hunter, Blind and Helpless mm Paralysis, Now Sees, walks and works. me San f pancisco Examiner Verifies All Ike Facts—interviews Wttk tke Mayor ot Chico and Other prominent Citizens. The city of Chico, Butte Comity, Cal., is the scene of an occurrence so marvelous that, with reverence, it has been compared to the miracles of old. The Daily Record of Chico first brought the case to public attention and a searching investigation by the San Francisco Examiner has served to establish the truth of the story', that, although miraculous, is beyond doubt or question. Causnd by Paralysis. John Hunter, who has suddenly become one of the most interesting personages on the coast, is a veteran of the civil war, through which he served in Co. C, of the 120 th Illinois Volunteers. He is sixty-one years of age, by occupation a carpenter and builder, and resides on Orient Street, Chico. When seen by the Examiner representative, he related a story that, were it not substanti...
C3nn( .1 «x <1 Morris, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
C3nn( .1 «x &lt;1 Morris, On one occasion, in trying an abduction case. Lord Morris, once chief Justice of Ireland, addressed the Jury as follows: "I am compelled to direct you to find a ve'd'.ct of guilty in this case, but you will easily see that I think it is a trilling thing, which I regard as quite unlit to occupy my time. It is more valuable than yours. At any rate, it is much better paid for. Find, therefore, the prisoner guilty of abduction, &lt;»vliicli rests, mind ye. on four points—the father was not averse, the mother was not opposed, the girl was willing and the hoy was convaynient.” The jury found (lie prisoner guilty, and the Judge sentenced him to remain in the dock tiii the rising of the court. Hardly had he delivered sentence than, turning to tin 1 sheriff. Lord Morris said: “Let. ns go,” and. looking at (ho prisoner, he called across the court, “Marry the girl at once, and God bless you both.”
Careless About Their Hair, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Careless About Their Hair, Peasant women in Siberia, wear shawls or kerchiefs on their heads, while the rich women wear no head covering whatever. A traveler recently returned from that part of the world says that a Russian woman who is otherwise trim and modern in dress will go about with her hair disheveled to the point of the ludicrous.
Thrown I'roin Ills Cab ami Killed [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
Thrown I'roin Ills Cab ami Killed The following is a most interesting and, in one respect, pathetic tale: — Mr. .1. Pope, 42 Ferrar Road, Streathain, England, said; “Yes, poor chap, he is gone, dead — horse bolted, thrown off his seat on his cab he was driving and killed —poor chap, and a good sort too, mate. It was him, you see, who gave me that half bottle of St. Jacob’s Oil that made a new man of me. ’Twas like this; Me and Bowman were great friends. Some gentleman had given him a bottle of St. Jacob’s Oil which had done him a lot of good; he only used half the bottle, and remembering that I had been a martyr to rheumatism and sciatica for years, that I had literally tried everything, had doctors, and all without benefit, I became discouraged, and looked upon it that there was no help for me. “Well,’ 5 said Pope, “You may not believe me, for it is a miracle, but before I had used the contents of the half bottle of St. Jacob s Oil which poor Bowman gave me, I was a well man. There...
RATIONS FOB COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
RATIONS FOB COWS. It docs not seem profitable to give good milking cows of average size and O 0 ordinary breeding more than seven to nine pounds of grain or mixed meal per day each, even when they are giving their maximum How of milk for the season. Every farmer must compose the rations for his cows out of the materials which he has available, hut as a sample ration, the following may he useful for guidance. The bulky fodder part of the ration may he mixed in the fallowing proportions: If the roots can he pulped, and flic hay and straw passed through a cutting box, so much the better; 50 pounds of ensilage, 15 pounds of mangels, carrots or beets, 5 pounds hay, 5 pounds of straw. As much of that as each cow will eat up clean may be fed twice a day, and with it should he fed from three to nine pounds of meal or ground grain, according to the capacity of the cow, which a good feeder will soon be able to estimate. A feed of uncut hay or straw may be given in the middle of the day. \\ he...
KYK AS A VIO FEED [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
KYK AS A VIO FEED Farmers in part of the territory visited by the Stockman and Fanner have more interest in this crop than ever before, and being without experience they are somewhat at a loss to know what to do with it. In view of the prospective price a farmer cannot see much in harvesting and threshing to encourage him to undertake the job. Yet he thinks it cxtremety wasteful to leave it on the land and try to gather in with the pigs and oilier stock. When hogs arc put to glean any of the other grain crops of the farm it is desirable that it he done as rapidly as possible, wheat and oats to prevent decay from rotting, corn before the wet, inclement weather of fall sets in. With rye there need be none of this rush. What the hogs intended for fattening do not gather before they are finished with corn for market the fall pigs can take up during the winter. Rye grain will not sprout or decay to any serious extent unless it comes in direct contact with the soil. The large amount of st...
SAVE THE LEAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
SAVE THE LEAVES. If you do not rake up the leaves and lay in a supply of dry earth before winter you will make a mistake. Dry earth is an absorbent and a as well as permitting of early cleaning the poultry house. If a large .supply of leaves is obtained in which the hens can scratch in winter the result will be less liability to disease and more eggs. Leaves on the iloor make excellent protection from the cold drafts of air that come from below, and thus assist in keeping the poultry bouse warm and comfortable. In the planting of plum pits care should be taken that they are not too dry, for shriveled kernels are of no value. This fact explains' the cause of many failures in the planting of these pits. From the time the pits are separated from the pulp they should be kept slightly moist, just enough to prevent drying out. Some men think it best to break the shells to liberate the kernels, but this is unnecessary. If planted shallow and left out doors all winter they will start to gro...
HOLSTEIN VS. JERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
HOLSTEIN VS. JERSEY. For the past eight years, or ever since the World’s Fair in Chicago, the Jersey cow has held by common consent of the general public, and by virtue of the awards of that exposition, the front rank as a dairy cow, although owners of other breeds have vigorously contested this claim, and have shown many tests from professions of agricultural colleges and from other prominent individuals to prove that other breeds were better than the Jerseys. The general public have taken all of these reports with a grain of salt and a wink while they still believed in the World’s Fair Champion. The strongest claimant for the honor has been the breeder of the Holstein. Every month since that great contest the Holstein Breeders’ Association have been sending out official tests to agricultural papers and others interested to prove their superiority. Many of these reports showed phenomenal yields, but the breed did not advance as rapidly as the breeders desired. But the Jersey has lo...
RAISE MORE FARM HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 30 November 1901
RAISE MORE FARM HORSES. There is too little horse power to properly till and cultivate the soil, says Professor Charles William Burkitt in Bulletin 82 of the New Hampshire experiment station. There are thousands of acres of tillable land in the east that have not felt the plow for a long series of years, some for decades and some for half a century. Soil will not remain productive if unfilled. We have not enough horses or working units in the state to do the regular farm work and to carry on tillage as it should be done. The ox, generally speaking, has gone, while the number of horses has not increased proportionately. Practically the only supply of horses is from other states; yet this state is quite able to supply its full needs and could have to spare for demands elsewhere. The work lies with the farmers themselves, not only to increase the number of working horses, but to improve them and make them more serviceable. By using the better grade of mares for breeding purposes and ha...