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MOTHERHOOD IS HONORED. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
MOTHERHOOD IS HONORED. All that I am, or hope toiae, I owe to my angel mother. —Lincoln. Let France have good mothers, and she will have good sons.—Napoleon. I would desire for a friend the son who never resisted the tears of his mother. —Lacretelle. Unhappy is the man for whom his own mother has not made all other mothers venerable. —Richter. If you would reform the world from its errors and vices, begin by enlisting the mothers. —C. Simmons. It there he aught surpassing human deed, or word, or thought, It is a mother's love.—Marchioness de Spodara.
Motion Overruled. <<T «•» • J 4l.„ 4-. « I,» a# IvnnllO. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Motion Overruled. &lt;&lt;T «•» • J 4l.„ 4-. « I,» a# IvnnllO. “I say,” said the captain of bache- | lors’ ball in 1 lie boarding school, “let's bo swell and call our dormitory the Latin quarter.” “No! Ko!” shrieked the rest of the crowd. “Because,” ventured one of the protesting mob, “all the other fellows will be coming here trying to borrow the quarter.” And so It was thus that the dormitory went nameless. —Baltimore American. State of Ohio, city of Toledo, ( Lucas County. ( Frank .1. Chunky makes oaththat he is senior partner in the firm of F. .I. Cheney W Co. doing business in the City ot Toledo, County j and Stale aforesaid, and that said firm will pay I the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th dav of December, A. D., IHS6. , 'A. W. GLEASON, j seal j Notary Public. • Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally,...
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. The oldest match factory In the world Is In Sweden. Jews are barred from Siberia as being undesirable settlers. There are 2,535 licensed automobiles In the State of New York. There were forty-two marriages to one divorce in France during 1902. There are 230 glaciers in the Alps that are said to be over five miles In length. St. Petersburg has the highest death rate for any European capital, 51 per 1,000. The cost of city electric lights range*, .from twf ( to three cents per hour per jlarffp. In northern Italy there is a co-opera-Stive association for evovj- i non inhabitants. i Magazine publishers receive more ; money from advertisers than from sub- ! scribers. The office of premier of Great Britain, as such, does not carry with it any salary. Over 300,000 people in Massachusetts I are dependent upon the cotton mills | for their living. The average diameter of a hair from the human head is the four-hundredth part of an inch. Weight for weight, pine wood is | s...
DENTISTRY IN THE KLONDIKE. Pnlliuc Molars Dearer than the Prospector Imagined. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
DENTISTRY IN THE KLONDIKE. Pnlliuc Molars Dearer than the Prospector Imagined. High prices often prevail in frontier towns, and those who live in new settlements become accustomed to the charges and think little about them. A prospector who recently returned from the Klondike tells a good story. “People get used to paying big money for trilles," he said, “and $2 for a box of sardines or fit a pound of bad coffee came to be regarded as reasonable prices. But once I had the surprise of hearing an unexpectedly low price named. It was like this: I had a jumping toothache —was nearly wild with it — and went to a shanty where I was told there was a dentist. A rough, looking fellow toi'd me that he was the dentist, and I asked him to draw my tooth. He looked me over, got his forceps fastened on my tooth and yanked it out after a couple of hard twists. ‘How much?’ I asked. “ ‘Well, .&gt;2, I guess,’ said the dentist “1 paid him, although my jaw still ached badly. “ ‘That's the cheap...
The Compliment Direct. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
The Compliment Direct. “Just see how my poor hands are chapped, Mr. Milligan.’’ “Dear, dear, how sad! Bnt, really, I didn't suppose there was room on your little hands for chaps. Miss Lutie. I’m sure these are merely half-grown chappies.’’ The annonnceinent of the engagement will appear next Sunday.—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
ANCIENT MILITARY SCHOOL Historic Ground on Which Louisiana Youths Are Trained. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
ANCIENT MILITARY SCHOOL Historic Ground on Which Louisiana Youths Are Trained. The Louisiana Slate University and Agricultural College at Baton Rouge is the military college of the south and is located upon historic ground. Among its graduates are many men who are now officers io tl/Tregular army. Gen. W. T. Sherman was the first president of the institution before the civil war, and, notwithsb;Qff tng bis espousal of the northern cS6*W; his memory is still revered at this scene of his former labors. and his life-size portrait in oils occupies a prominent place in the handsome assembly hall of the college. The site of thX university was for many years a military post, and the garrisons of Fra.ee, England, Spain and the Unit-d Stales have all at dilferent times occupied It- Alter It was abandoned for miliary purposes it was turned over to the stale ot Louisiana for purposes of education. Ihe original buildings, huvever, still stand, and, with the HaJ floating over them, present a str...
Serial Ai- atlnn*. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Serial Ai- atlnn*. Joey’s mother. w ! had been away for a fortnight, reti *cd unexpectedly. And after the first g -clings were over and she had stralgl. j4ieil the sofa pillows and rearrange! the books on the tables, she turned I t attention to her son. “Joey,” she said sadly, after a brief examination, “I don’t belicv- yon hev® had a bath since T ■■ ‘ .rr.ayl" j “Yes, mother, ijf l ve. Honestly, J. have,” protested! &gt;e.v. "only you haven't looked in 1u- right place I” ‘‘Looked In the r.gtit place! What I do you mean?” “You looiX-d Y\u ought to have looked at my at iu». They were just as clean this tuorning! You see I’ve been bathing In • hnpters—a eh.-.p-a (hiT. t.-*crs nu&lt;&gt; on° civ-ntor. linns 1 nrc-"-— ■=** —' “O Joey!” “Well. If you've got to wash yourself, that's the only exciting way I know!” whimpered .hoy.
For Grnwic . Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
For Grnwic . Girls. West Pembroke, '.e.. March 21— Mrs. A. Li. Smith. &lt; this place. says that Dodd’s Kidney “ills are the best remedy for growing .iris. Mrs. Smith i emphasizes her roc mmendation l&gt;y the following experi ice: “My daughter win thirteen years j old last November and it is now two ! years since she was first taken with | Crazy Spells that would last a week ! and would then pas- off. In a month she would have the spells again. At ■ these times she would oat very little | and was very yellow, even the whites | of her eyes would be yellow, i “The doctors gave ns no encourage- ; ment they all said they could not 1 help her. After taking one box of ! Dodd’s Kidney Pills, she has not had one bad spell. Of course, we continued the treatment until she had used in all about a dozen boxes, and we still give them to her occasionally, when she is not feeling well. Dodd’s Kidney Pills are certainly the best medicine for growing girls.” Mothers should heed the ...
Why He Wanted a Desk. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Why He Wanted a Desk. For Quamih. an intelligent and popular Comanche cIH-f. the cattlemen around Fort Worth. Tex., built a house and furnished it. they were rather puzzled when he ' 1 them that the first article of fnrnii he wanted was a roller desk. “Wh can yon do with a roller desk. Du,-,' diV” they said. I “You can't writ-r&gt;* “Oh, ! want 'em,' aid Qnanah. “Von i see, 1 open desk. ;r 1 sit down in my I chair, an' I put I j*. el up on desk, an' I light my secs, r, an' 1 hoi' newspaper up front o' i; c. like this sabo? Then white man •■one in, an he knock jut door, an' he wr, 'Qnanah, 1 wan’ | talk f you a minute' And I turn Tmm' |in my chair, an | h lot o' smoke n | his face, an' I say. 'Co 'way! I ve'y busy t’day!’”
U irmf Generals Send letters of Endorsement To The Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
U irmf Generals Send letters of Endorsement To The Inventor of the Great Catarrh Remedy, Pe-ru-na. Brigadier - General King of Confederate Army, Writes; “1 unhesitatingly state that 1 am convinced Peruna is a medicine that will effect all the cures that is claimed for its use.” —J. Floyd King, Washington, D. C. General Smalls, Beaufort, S. C, Writes: ‘‘l have used Peruna for catarrhal trouble and find it beneficial and to be all that it promises, and freely give it my unqualified recommendation. ” —Robert Smalls. General Abbott, of Washington, D. C, Writes: “lam fully convinced that your remedy Peruna is an excellent tonic. Many of my friends have used it with the most beneficial results for coughs, colds and catarrhal trouble.” —lra C. Abbott, JOG M. St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Captain Yarnell of Washington, D. C, Writes: “Vour medicine, Peruna, 1 believe to be the best medicine for catarrh on the market. I have taken only a small amount, and can see very beneficial results. ” —W...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Ijove, to be enjoyable, needs plenty of time and leisure (and money, of course). I do not believe Piso’sCure for Consumption lias an equal for coughs and colds. - .ionx F. Boyer, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, ItXtO. You never can tell what a fool will do next. Handy Hat Fasteners— Something new for ladies. Better than hat pins. Holds any slyle hat on securely. Every pair guaranteed, agents wanted. Sample pair 35c. WRIGHT REDDER CO., index. Wash. Every horse that neighs is not a thoroughbred.
The Wonderful Cream Separator [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
The Wonderful Cream Separator does its work in thirty minutes and leaves less than I per cent, flutter fat. The price is ridiculously low, according to size. $2.75 to $6.01) each, and when you have one you would not part therewith for fifty times its cost. JUST SEND THIS NOTICE with 5c stamps for postage to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and get 1 their hig catalog, fully describing this remarkable Cream Separator, and hundreds of other tools and farm seeds used by the farmer. (P. C. L.) Twenty-four persons liting in County Tipperary, Ireland, are centenarians. Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup the beat remedy to use for their children during the teething period. The Southern States have 27,000 saloons, while New York has 34,000. An ass may bray very loudly, but he’ll never win a horserace.
After Much Oincusslon. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
After Much Oincusslon. Judge Acheson was trying a $75,000damage suit in the United States circuit court at Pittsburg, the defendant being tbe Southern Oil company. A witness was asked what effect the shooting of a well with nitroglycerin would have at a depth of 1,500 feet. Defendant’s lawyer objected to the | question and then followed a long argument between counsel. Ihe court finally ruled that the question was admissible and directed the witness to answer. This was the reply after all the debate: T don’t know; I’ve never been down b&gt; investigate.’
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Miss Nettie Blackmore, Minneapolis, tells how any young woman may be permanently cured of monthly pains by taking Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound. “You-rs Women; I had frequent headaches of a severe nature, dark spots before my eyes, and at my menperiods I suffered untold agony. A member of the lodge advised me to trv L ‘ dia E. Pinkbam’s A egotable t -omitoimi 1 . but I why scorned good advice and felt that my case was hopeless, but she kept at me until 1 bought a Battle and started taking it I soon had the best reason in the world to change my opinion of the medicine, as each day my health improved, and finally I was entirely without pain at mv menstruation periods. 1 am most grateful.”— Nettie Blackmore, 28 Central Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. $5OOO forfeit if original of above letter proving genuineness cannot be produced. If there is anything 1 about your case about which yon would likejspecial advice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. She will hold your letter in strict confiden...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
March, April, May There is a best time for doing everything—that is, a time when a thing can be done to the best advantage, most easily and most effectively. Now is the best time for purifying your blood. Why i Because your system is now trying to purify it—you know this by the pimples and other eruptions that have come on your face and body. Hood’s Sarsaparilla and Pills Are the medicines to take—they dc the work thoroughly and agreeably and never fail to do it. Hood’s are the medicines you have always heard recommended. ‘*l cannot recommend Hood’s Sarsaparilla too highly as a spring medicine. When '■( take it in the firing we al! feel .betterthrongs the summer.” Mrs. S. H. Neal, McCrays. J’a Hood’s Farsaparllla promises te cure and keeps the promise.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
Health “Foi ,25 yea’i.i I have never missed taking A ,'er's Sarsaparilla every spring It cleanses my blood, makes me feel strong, and does me good ;n every way.” John P. Hodnef!?. Brooklyn, N.Y. Pure and rich blood carries new life to every part of the body. You are invigorated, refreshed. You feel anxious to be active. You becomestrong, steady,courageous. That’s what Ayer’s Sarsaparilla will do for you. $l.OO a bottle. All druggist;. Ask your doctor wliotli* thinks of Ayers Sarsaparilla. 11.- k t l'.'-'’■ r nil about this grand old faintly madid,,* ' Follow his adviceand we will be •i. c. a vuh Co., Lowell, Mass.