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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
/&amp;M &amp;x /' - 'A SUNSET i RC ; TN S V- ~ PC! Louisiana Purchase Round St- Louis 567.50 Via Chicago, $5 Additional The Direct Routes With personally conducted excursions in new Pullman tourist cats, with magnificent limited trains. Service, quickest time, scenery, ate J via the routes of the Southern Pacific Your choice going and returnin' For further information apply to D. W. Pontius, Agent, Lompoc, California. J. L. BUELL, T., F. &amp; P. A., PAUU SHOUP, Div. Fit. &amp; P. A., 16 South First St. San Jose. E O MoOOKMICK. Puss. Traffic Manager. T. 11. GOODMAN, Gen. Pass. A. Tbs PJaiiie Witch Hazel. The name Witch Hazel is much abused E. C. DeWitt &amp; Co. Chicago, are the inventors of the original and only genuine Witch Hazel Salve. A certain euro for Cots, Burns, Bruises, Eczema, Tetter. Piles, etc. There are many counterfeits of this salve, some of which are dangerous, while they are all worthless, in buying Wioh Haxel Salve see that ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Graham Drug Go. i i DRUGGISTS &amp; APOTHECARIES i f DEALERS Hi TOilet articles, perfumes, fine linen and pkin stationery, etc. A full line of Eastman kodaks and supples always on hand. (July the purest drugs and chemicals used in compounding prescriptions. Eolith Side of Ocean Ave., Lompoc, Cal. rfgl3lgJs!jgOrgi,yicU3r[?j r ?Ir?MSfSfS!i?I3M3MS/SISIS/3ISISf3EISMSM@fSIS®I®IEdMSM@iS ElifiS I ]flrs. 6 R. Sorning [a Spring Styles Now Rendy. Have you seeu our new |j hate? They are worth looking at. S “Thnj apparel oft proclaiins ,, -the woman. A neat @ a shirt waist is a happy introduction. We have some nice ij s •• •• for 75cts. S |j •* handsome ones for 87.50 ij i A i @ Duck ekirts-plaiu, with sti r chod bottoms, 81.50 &lt;fesl 75 h •• *• trimmed with piped straps 82.00 || s ” “ " " “ seams 82 25 pi |j Wrappers-of long cloth &amp; percale 81 25 A 81.59 j| B Mercerised white goods for waists &lt;fe d; esses3scts. a yd. p In Annex you will find— || 1 Perfo...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
RELIABLE GOODS. MODERATE PRICES Just Arrived A New and Complete Line or f Latest Style Dress Goods.. jtau/ 15 1170 Jime To get a ready made dress skirt. We are selling them out to make room for a new line. If alteration is needed our leading dress maker. Mrs.Quindly, will make any change free of charge. Cur new line cf Stovss, Ranges and Hardware, and Tin and Ware are at a very low Flame. OUR MOTTO; Highest prices paid for produce; The most up-to-date goods; The latest styles; The best quality; The lowest prices. Yours to Please, n. s. rudolfm. THE LOMPOC SHOE STORE THE PLACE !orv A. *w / YOUH SHOES We carry large -&gt;:-t •; cment of ladies, gents and chi Id rips shoo »n •.1•&gt;•; : c. Oiir stock includes the famous i’u.t' l AA; kingmen and Crusader brands of u hich there Is none better made. 3JS® •A ITLL LIME OF # STAPLE AND FANCY 6 ROCERIES | &amp; GENTS FURNISHING GOODS |
COUNTY OFFICIALS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
COUNTY OFFICIALS. , . ... 3. W.Taggart ftupenot Jodye;•••••••• B F Thomas Coott Commissioner p A Hunt County Clerk '.’V.Mftrk Bradley ’ Nat Ste wnrt Bb e *?“ " g. b. Sohnner Auditor.... • E. M. Burhe Ta* Collector W.K. Metcalf Trewmrer ‘ Fr aiik Flournoy Superintendent of Schools... w yo. ■ County Veterinarian .... ..Dr. i. tl. nesaer Coroner and t A. M. lime ..'V W 1W»
Personal and Local. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Personal and Local. Sheriff Stawart was in town the fore part of the week. See Lamar’s shirt and neexwear ad in another column. Mr. John Kirkpatrick has been laid up with a bad cold this week. Mr. H. S. Rudolph spent a day or two in Santa Barbara this week. Mrs. George Badgley returned home from San Francisco the forepart of the week. Attv. E. M. Sheridan spent a few days this week in Santa Barbara with his family. Mrs. S. F. Shambacher and Miss Etta Clapp, of Sau Francisco arrived in Lompoc Weduesday, morning to attend the fuueial of their father. Mr. U. B. Yogle has purchased the McGee building on Ocean Avenue, now occupied by the central telephone and Mrs. Murray’s confectionary store and bakery. Mr. William Oakley entertained a few of his young friends at the home of his parents on last Saturday evening. All who were present say they had a very enjoyable time. Mrs. Gyrus Douglass returned home last Saturday, after a two -deni 6tis ; visit in Los Angeles. Mrs. Douglass said, whil...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Wm. Arkley was born in Canad i, of Scottish parents, both of whom were born in Scotland. He lived out almost life's span of threescore years and ten, being over 63 years old at the time of his death. This State had been his home for 35 years. Honored and redirected, in it he reared a large family who have the con eolation in this sad hour of knowing th.it having passed through the va’e, he has entered into the grand reality of a better wor d. A kind and loving husband, an indulgent father, a true fiienr, and an honored and respected citizen has passed to that home from »vhc...-o ti - • ~•• returns. Best in peace.
Happy, Healthy Children [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Happy, Healthy Children Any child chu take Little Eftrly Kisers with perfect safety. Tliey are harmless, never gripe or sicken, end yet. they are so certain in results that rolmst constitutions requiring drastic means are never disappointed. They cannot fail to perform their mission and every one who uses DeWiit’s Little “Early Kisers prefer I hem to all other pills. They cure biliousness. Sold by Graham Drug 00.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
The Hotel St. Francis, which will open about the-end of March is one of the handsomest structures ever erected in America for the accommodation of the public. Fronting on Union Square, (he most central location in Sau Francisco, aud commanding from its upper floor the unparalleled panorama of bay aud mountain that environs the city, its location is ideally chosen. Expense has not been considered in building this imposing edifice. The motive of interior decoration reflects in general the spirit of the Italian Reniassance, and each detail of execution lias been produce 1 in classic harmony to the general plan. —Sunset Magazine for March.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
A Fa von 1 e Itemociy For Labi as Its pleasant, taste mid prim e Vi. IiMVG mlicit- Chumbei iain r Oowh ]-. t i fnvoi-.fe wilii the mothers of Kami. dd r.-u. It quickly cu.m their c■ • i.; 1 1 - ud ■■&gt;!&lt;&gt;s an 1 an vc”i- uy dancei r « . i.-l ..)• uMht st-rii.’is put): l-qua not o liy cures crimp, but when given ua vim aa the cronpy cough appears will prevent ihe attack. For sale by Graham Drug Co.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
elk Chop se R ©stay rant —■lu-.-ay-Me Us at all hours. Boat meals in town. In rear of Richardson &amp; Bennett's store. CHAS. SHILLING, Proprietor SHOE REPAIRING "^aar I wish to announce that I have opened a bo &gt;t and shoe repairing shop in the Bean building on Ocean Ave., and all work left with me will receive prompt and careful attention. First class workmanship. J. Hi ilden brand. % WAGON MAKER AND REPAIRER Band Sawing, Scroll Work. Brackets, Etc. Saw gum- ; ming and filing a specialty. Shop in N. L. S panne's new wiwwhoust Cor. Ocean Ave. and I St. opposite Mr Adam &lt;t Smith’s Store. R. W. SMITH’S Dray and Express • lam conducting a Dray and • • Express business in Lompoc ® ? and am prepared to do freight- * ii»K and light and heavy haul- 2 • ing of every description at 9 • reasonable rates. • FURNITURE • MOVING BAGGAGE DELIVRY. J3f~ All Orders left at the store of Kudo Ip Bros, will be promptly attended to. Tegisteation notice. Office Of The Cooney ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
For the municipal election to be held iu the Town of Lompoc April 11,1004. _ G. W. MEALS Will be a candidate i—aafeed himself in the office of TOWN CLERK G. VA P'/.ATT Hereby announces as a candidate for the office of TOWN 0 cfiK PAUL "OX Hereby ntiiiomicrs i.btlf us R candidate for the office of A ligjSiL W. S. BLAND . *. Hereby announces hroielf ns a can did..‘c for the office of TOWN r^iISHAL w. L. TALBOTT. Hereby uiinounoes bin ?*6lf as a candidate fof re-election to the ofi’fo of TOWN Rfl/iftGHAL S. B. WESTROPE Announces himself as 1 candidate for the. office of TOWN MARSHAL Best Remedy Foi Constipation “The finest eemedy for sonslipation I ever nsad is Chamber! in's Stomach and Liver Tablets." says !\fr. Eli Butler, of Frankville, N. V. act gently and without any unplenaai; effect, and leave the bowels in a perfect! normal condition. Sold by Graham Drue V. The toful rnin'all or t e Reason nccordi: gto J• • A&lt;:• rn &lt;fe Smiths gtiage is 717 L.clpsj The iaiu...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
PROFESSIONAL. ORS. SAUiiDtRS £ GiiiliAM. Physicians and Surgeons LOMPOO, CAL. Office in Saunders &amp; Sou’s Drug Store. DR. M. S. KEUIHER (HOMEOPATHIC.) Physician and Surgeon, OFFICE IN DEAN’S BUILDING. Office llouna 3 to 5 p. m. H G. SAUNDERS I 'fete ri nary Surgeon -AND DENTISTOffice: Vt S inmiors and Son’s Drag Shore. Kesideue, South H Street. COMRCIALCO. Commission House and headquarters for choice fruits, vegetables, eggs and poultry, grain seeds etc. F. S. LE I VIS, Prop. | PRESCRIPTIONS! s\a mm % u'-a l§ PHARMACY. FANCY STATIONERY, mm MATERIALS OiTXj-ST THE BEST I ! 3»ORS ORO®S I ■ | LOMPOC PRODUCE | 0 i W • | Real-Estate Coapany | 9#* # « 0 1 Shipping &amp; Commission | A General Warehouse, insurance © and Real-Estate Business Traasac- O J ted. A Lehmann, Manager. Co M* S\s For San Francisco Direct. Leave Santa Barbara Santa Rosa, Wednesdays 6 P. M, State of Cal. Sundays 6 P. M. Arrive at San Francisco, Thursdays and Mondays 1 P. M. For 3 an Francisco Callin...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIArIffY. i ■ XJNTYERBAL LTOVES ANDES. STEEL STAR WINDMILLS; COLUMBIA, RAMBLER ) and |ll the leading makes of BICYCLES. A FIRST CLASS STOCK OF HARDWARE AT BEDROCK. Sri ii ii n hi.ii in 111111.«n n iiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiii.il hi it ■ i:«i;i l iiii:iii'ii«iiui»'»i ii 1 • 11 mi illili S.-.CA'Ur.V^ Our Mf'to: H ! gh Class Goods and Low J*rices W. A. 5/JUHDERS Am QOnF/INT General Merchandise-Fine- gr merles, crockery, tin and agate ware, table and pocket cutlery, etc. Our cofiee has the TRUE flavor. Agents for BRIDGE, BEACH MEG i WM&amp;Pm 55 m X Superior Stoves mid Ranges. Made of the Best Mate rials Must be seen to be preoiatmM(m» . ! ij-—n ■ --A 1 .SWfe.i i C ■*—r -»V- ] JLZ LONQ FOR FLOOR COVERINQ/ SHADES, ETC. Lompoc French Laundry MRS. E. J. COUCH, Manager Clothes received any* day in the week. pecial attention given family washing. Only white help em- , . . . ployed. • I iff MBSi s, “ isfactio n guaranteed|l f — *••• *■ 4L ii&amp;fe \ X t* U...
HOW MEN MAY LIVE LONG. Gold win Smith Tells the Secret of His Youthfnlness and Vij-or, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
HOW MEN MAY LIVE LONG. Gold win Smith Tells the Secret of His Youthfnlness and Vij-or, Goldwln Smith, the famous historian, educator, Journalist and essayist, who Is the literary life of Canada, has brought out a good deal of comment on the problem of old age, with mental and physical soundness, by his own opinion of (lie influences which have helped him celebrate his eightieth birthday in good health and able to do brilliant and valuable work in his chosen field of labor. Professor Smith thinks that he owes much to his freedom from hard tasks, in school or otherwise, when a boy. He was a sickly child and his chance of even average length of days seemed poor. But he was allowed much freedom in boyhood, to roam the fields and play instead of sticking closely to books or taxing itis mind severely. It is hardly necessary to say that Goldwin Smith was still a youhg lad, however, when he began to work zealously in school, and at Eton and in the university be was a brilliant student. Anot...
Disposed of JKasily. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Disposed of JKasily. “What have you in the larder?” asked the cannibal king of his chef. “Not so much to-day, your elevatedness,” exclaimed the chef. “Nothing except a printer and an actor. "Oh. well, fix them up some way.” The chef bowed several times and rubbed his hands together. “What are you waiting for?” asked the cannibal king. “Would your serenely altitudinous excellency deign to to suggest some method of preparing the two persons—some new dish, for instance, that would be pleasant to your royal palate?” “Don't go to any bother; just put the printer in pi and the actor in the eupe.” And the court jester stopped up and resigned.
Superstitions of India. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Superstitions of India. Mohammedans of India are very (superstitious, according to the Montreal Herald. No Mohammedan will lake a Path on Sunday or Tuesday. Hut it one bailies on Wednesday all misfortunes and misery that are in store for him till the next Wednesday \\ 'll be averted. As a rule all Mohammedans bathe on Fridays before going to perform the jumuui prayers. For donning new clothes, Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday are regarded as had days. If any one dons a new dress or puts on a new cloth or a I low s his tailor to cut a piece of new cloth on these days he will live a miserable life till that dress or clotli gets torn or Is thrown away. If a shirt is torn and if Ihe wearer wants to stitch it, it must lie taken off. for if it is stitched while it, is on the body the person will soon die. A Mohammedan will never allow a barber to come near him on Tuesdays, for Tuesday and also Saturdays and Sundays are bad days for shaving purposes, if absolutely necessary he will get himself...
“Gulling" ibe Public. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
“Gulling" ibe Public. Plovers' eggs are now in season, and the managers of the few remaining galleries of the United Kingdom are doing their best to keep the market supplied, says the London Sporting Dramatic News. One gullet y never sends less than 2.080 gulls eg as to London every spring, and these are all retailed to a credulous public as the eggs of lapwings. Of course, the men in the trade know hotter, and equally, of course, they pay nominal apices and make big profits.