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Feelings. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Feelings. Barber —How does the razor feel, sir? Victim—l don’t know, but If It realizes how it makes my face feel it ought to feel ashamed. —Philadelphia Press. Many a man’s conscience troubles him only when his neighbor does aonoc thing wrong. **
TOO MUSICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
TOO MUSICAL. Vilion Carhart road the advertisemeiii, over a sec; iul time it sounded be ter than at lir&gt;t, and his lonesome 1 little bedroom, two flights up and turn j to the left, looked more and more I dreary. This is how it read: j PLEASANT KI'UNISI 1 ED KUOM; FRONT; j southern exposure: to gentleman with good ivferenees; reasonable; uiusleal fumj lly. 34526 (terham av. j That last phrase was what caught ! Curhart’s fancy particularly—•‘musical ! family.” Of course the southern ex- ! posure was not without its charm and the reasonable price was to be conj sidered, but when these desirable features were to be found in a musical family nothing more could be desired | by Carhart. I "That’s good enough for me,” he obi served to himself. "I'd like to hear some music besides the pounding of the i steak for to-morrow’s breakfast.” The next evening found him at Mrs. [ Siddon's door in (letham avenue. "I called in answer to your advertisei ment.” he began, in tlie deferential :...
JAPAN f.St B*>ilhKY CHANGING POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
JAPAN f.St B*&gt;ilhKY CHANGING POSITION. Under ordinary circumstances four horses draw Held artillery, but when artillery takes the held for business purposes, the “war allowance” of six horses Is used. The sight of a battery changing ground at full speed, the spirited animals urged to their utmost by their excited drivers, the guns and caissons pitching and tossing, the gunners hanging on for their lives, officers and non-commissioned officers tearing along on horseback, Is one that sends the blood tingling through the veins. The artist's conception of the idea Is true to life and exceptionally full of action.
MET A CHESTERFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
MET A CHESTERFIELD. A Berkeley, Cal., pretty choir singer met the most romantic kind of a highwayman imaginable, one who robbed her of 40 cents with all the grace of a Lord Chesterfleld. Miss Florlnne Jouillerat was returning home from choir practice, when she was accosted by a young man. who raised his hat, bowed and scraped. “I humbly beg your pardon," he said, as he put one hand over her mouth and gently disengaged the purse from her hand with the other. "I am indeed sorry to trouble you thus," he murmured, “but my poverty compels me to do so.” Picking up her umbrella that had fallen from her hand, ho handed it to her. “That is about all this evening," lie said; "you may go now. I will escort you home if you wish." But Miss Jouillerat did not wish, and the man bade her to kindly hurry away without noise. This she was glad to do. MISS FLORIXNE JOUILLERAT
With the Simplest Implements. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
With the Simplest Implements. There is a story in Lippincott’s Magazine of a husband who, on his return from a visit, sat down to hear family happenings during his absence. The incident, It may be seen, has a moral. The wife was naming the reforms she had successfully introduced. -You know.” said she, “that closet (bet was locked for over a month? You said it couldn’t be opened except by a locksmith? Well, I opened it” “How in the world did you do It?” “With a hairpin. And the furnace door has been sagging round on one hinge for ever so long, you know; but it’s all right now.” “Well. I’m glad you had It fixed.” “Had it fixed! 1 fixed It myself with a hairpin. And then there was that crayon portrait of mother that stood on the floor for six weeks because yon hadn’t brought me any picturebooks—” "Well. I Intended to, but —” “Oh, it doesn’t make any difference now. 1 made -i book myself out of a hairpin.” “No!’* “And there’s Willie! You've been coaxing and bribing him for a year To bre...
lieaconstiold’s “Dou’ts. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
lieaconstiold’s “Dou’ts. An inquiring and aspiring person once asked Beaconsfield to tell him the secret of social success. ".Never discuss ihe authorship of the Betters of .Innius.” was the reply. Beaconslield’s latest biographer Wilfrid Meynell. adds something positive to this witty negative rule for getting on in the world. A distinguished member of Parliament begged the Victorian statesman to toll his young son something to remember: something that would help to make him an agreeable and popular member of society. Beaconsfield hedged. "Model yourself after your father," he said to the lad. This was not entirely satisfactory, and the M. P. insisted upon a definite rule of conduct. “Well, my boy," said Beaconsfield, “be amusing. Never tell unkind stories. Above all, never tell lo.ug ones.”
Extraordinary. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Extraordinary. “I heard a very extraordinary thing to-day,” said one little Boston boy. “A New York boy in my hearing remarked, •The Bronx is frozen.’ ” “Was there anything remarkable In that?” “Certainly. A New York boy would ordinarily say ‘The Bronx is froze.’ ” —Washington Star. Many a man who refuses to believe the truth will swallow a lie.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Central Market H STREET, LOMPOC James Sloan, - Proprietor. ... .The Choicest.... BERP, PORK MUTTON. BACON, MAMS, and PRESH LARD A L W A Y S ON H A N D. W. C. BALL Wheelwright wagonmaker SAW FILING A SPECIALTY Repairs of 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 ? SAMPLE ROOM sim pffl iii fOR iprai «i« Free ’Bus Train! From All - - - - Proprietors BRENNAN &amp; CALLAHAN, Channel City Granite and Marble WORKS P p r t? S. FROST, Proprietor. i D Reasonable Prices. Good Work. When in the City give ns a call. Office and Yard, 928 STATE STREET, Santa Barbara, Gal. *&lt; *&lt; *&lt; *k. *&lt; *&lt; % * \ *&lt; *&lt; *&lt; % *&lt; *&lt; * *&lt; *&lt; J. B. D6H]y Leading Druggist Prescriptions Accurately (lompounded. A LARGE STOCK OF. a...
Do You Want Strength [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Do You Want Strength If yon want to increase .your stienytb you must add to mill lint take from foe physical, mother words, the food 'hat you eat must be digested, assimilated and appropriated by the uorves, blood and tisnos before bei nt» expelled from Gio ' ntlH " tines. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical. It sfives strength and builds up strength iu the human system It is pleasant to the taste and palatable, nod the only combination of digestanls that will diueat the food and enable the system to appropriate all of its health and streng th giving qualities. Sold by Graham Drug Co
MISSIONARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
MISSIONARY MEETING. A great missionary gathering, to include all the jurisdictions of the Episcopal Church on the Pacific coast, is to be held iu Los Angeles April 13th to 17th inclusive. This will be the second convention of the kind held in the west and its purpose is th.lt bunging. together or the members of the churches on the Pacific coast that they may take council for the I advancement of missionary work throughout this whole territory. The committee which has the arrangements in charge for the important meetings has been making an extensive and interesting program for the occasion, subject to certain additions. Rev. J. D. H. Browne, who is chairman of the committee on publication, has given out the following interesting outline of what will take place during the great conference: Wednesday, April 18, 10 a. rn.— Opening service in St, Paul’s ProCathedral, with a celebration of the Holy Communion and sermon preached by the Right Reverend VV. F. Nichols, 1). D., Bishop of Calif...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
The Journal acknowledges with thanks the receipt of a copy of the new state maps recently issued by the Board of Railroad Commissioners and kindly presented by Hon. On in S. Henderson of Stockton, California, who represents the third district. The map is a handsome one, and is, no doubt, the most complete and strictly np-(e date ever issued in the stale.
ORDINANCE NO. 109. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
ORDINANCE NO. 109. AN Ordinance of the Town of Lompoc relating to the Municipal Elect ion to he held iu the said Town on the 11th day of April, L9J4, for the purpose of electing municipal officers of said Town, The board of Trustees of the Town of Lompoc do ordain as follows: Seclion I, That the biennial election of town officers of the Town of Lompeo shun be held under and in accordance with tho General Election laws of the State ol California, on Monday tho 11th day of April, 1904, and that tho po.ls of said election shall ho open at six o’clock of the morning of the said day of election, and be kept open until five o’clock P. M. of the same day, when the polls shall be closed. Section 9. That the Town shall bo divided into two precincts, with boundaries fixed as follows, to wit: All that portion of the said Town lying west of “H” street shall constitute and he known as Precinct No I, and all that portion lying east of “11” street shall constitute and be kuowii as Precinct No. 2. ...
Communicated. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Communicated. The party lines for the coming election are being dtnwn as clear as a bell. The only real issue is the saloon question. The saloon element is standing solidly together for the candidates that are in sympathy with the saloon business. The temperance people are all iu the opposite party, and will vote for the candidates who will perpetuate and enforce our prohibitony laws. Every man knows which party lias the beet interests of our town at heart. No man can be regarded as.a temperance man who votes for the high license candidates, for it is a vote to bring the saloons back to Lompoc. Surely no loyal citizen wants to be responsible for such a great curse. The old falsehood is being circulated again that there is as much drunkenness as ever, but every man with one good eye knows that the drunks are not in sight during the day, and if they appear in the wee hours of the night, as teported, it is simply be cnii-t- i lie. night watch does not do iiis duly, in which case the to...
Proper Treatim ill of Pn< ÜBtiiilii [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Proper Treatim ill of Pn&lt; ÜBtiiilii Plieniuouia ts ton dangerous h disease for anyone to attempt to doctor himself, although he may have the proper remedies at hand. A phyMcian should always he called. It should be borne in iniud, however, that pneumonia always results from a cold or from a« attack of the grip, and that by giving Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy the threatened 'attack of pneumonia may be warded off. This remedy is also used by physicians in the treatment of pneumonia with the beat results. Dr. W. J. Smith, of Sanders, Ala., who is also a druggist, sa&lt; sof it: “I have been selling Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy and preset'ibiug it in mi pratioe for fhe past six years. X use it in eases of pneumonia and have always gotten the best results.” Sold by Graham Drug Co.
Mm Board. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Mm Board. I, G. W. Meals, fclerk of the Town of Loiupoe, County el Santa Barbara, State of Califorui l, d ceitify tkat the Board of Trustees if the said Town, have selected the following electors, to constitute the Board of iJectien for each precinct in said Town of Municipal Officers of said Town to be held oil Monday the lltb day of April, 1904. to wit: For Precinct No. 1, Inspectors, It. J. Lamar, Q. It. MoAdam; Judges, John Callis, D. T. Truitt: Clerks, Vf. C. Ball, H. G. Fabiug: Ballot Clerks, (J. E. Harmon and H. H Henning. For Precinct So. 2, Inspectors, F. C, Fisk, E. M. Edrfiigton; Judgss, E. Eddington, A. M. lieed, Clerks, J. S. Graham, D. C. Saunters; Ballot Clerks, F. M. Dyer and E. J. Aicher. All of said electors are residents of the respective precincts for which they are appointed. In witness whej-eof, I have hereunto set my hand and nfiixed the seal of said lown, this l*th day of March, 1904. [seal.] / O. W-. MEALS, Clerk of tie said Town of Lompoc.
Colds Cause Pneumonia. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Colds Cause Pneumonia. One of the most remarkable cases of a cold deep-R-ated on the lungs, causing pneu monia, is that of Mrs. Gertrude E. Fenner. Marion, lad., who was entirely cured by the use of One, Minute Cough Cure. ?he says: ‘ The coughing and srtraing so weakened me that I run down in weight from 148 to !i:» pounds. I tried a number of re in dies to im uvuil until I used One Minnto Gough dure. Four botlles of this wonderful remedy cured mo entirely of ihe oougg, strengthened my lungs-and restored me to my noruiftl weight, health and strength. Sole oy Graham Drug Co.