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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Boughl Bears the SI? Signature of Women are about to be admitted to graduate at Dublin University. permanently cured. No fits or nervousness after first day’s use of Dr. Kline’s Serve Restorer. Send forFUKK #2.00 trial Dottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Kline, Ltd., 931 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Last year America imported only 8,000,000 bushels of potatoes. Sell all of the old hens, especially the poorest layers, and all that for any reason it is unprofitable to keep any longer. One-sixth of the land owners in (Jreat Britain are women. FITS Great D @ JLaval VUfi Sh can be easily advanced if you have a IUUK DE LAVAL CREAM SEPARATOR. Every large and experienced dairyman RfTXXim knows that the DE LAVAL machine stands for the latest and best In nnirrc separator perfection. Insures purity tfi of product. Saves time, labor and ■ '* money. INCREASES THE VALUE OF EVERY COW. ESPECIALLY VALUABLE IN HOME DAIRYING. Write for new cata...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
THERE IS NO.•gS*. SLICKER LIKE f'SH Forty years and after many years of use on the eastern coast. Tower's Waterproof Oiled Coats were introduced in the West and were called Slickers by the pioneers ond cowboys.v This graphic name has come into such'general use that it is thougKVongfully applied to many substitutes. You want the genuine /ZM / / Look for the .Sign of the Pish, and ‘ the name Tower on the buttons. ' MADS IN BLACK ANB YIU-OW ANB SOLD tff REPRESENTATIVE TRADE THE WORLD OVER. XjTTOWER CO.. BOSTON. MASS.. U S A. ' TOWER CANADIAN CO, Limited.TORONTO, CAN. Good Ayer’s Pills are good liver pills. You know that. The best family laxative you can buy. They keep the bowels regular, cure constipation. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black? Use BUCKINGHAM’S DYE Pim CTS. OF DRIUJUISTS OR R P. HALL k rp.. NASHUA. N. H.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 26 March 1904
DOMTt BLIND YOURSELF To Ihf (act that Alcchflism and Drug \Jdlctions arc dlacasca and can be cured by the KEELEY TREATMENT Which has been a success for a quarter of a century and endorsed by the U. S Government. Printed mallet !n plain envelopes sent free upon application. The Keeley Institute TITO Market St., Donohoa Bldg. .SAN FRANCISCO lira Cheaper than from ditches. When and where yon want 11. Fuel, distillate and crude oil. Shipped ready to pump. Nothing to get out of order. Let us tell yon about it. VICTOR ENGINE AND MOTOR CARRIAGE CO., 252 Spear St.. San Francisco, Cal IRRIGATION lOiOOO Plants for 16s More gardens and farms are planted to Salzer’s Seeds than any other in ► America. There is reason fur Hus. We own and operate over 5000 acres for** - the production of our warranted seeds. In order to induce you to try them, we make yon the following unpre-, , cedented offer: For 16 Cents Postpaid 1000 Early, Medium and Late Cabbages, 2000 Delicious, Carrots, 2000 Blanch iug Cel...
SPARKS HEEDS DEMAND OF PRESIDENT. Gails Special Session of Nevada Legislature to Consider Goldfield Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
SPARKS HEEDS DEMAND OF PRESIDENT. Gails Special Session of Nevada Legislature to Consider Goldfield Trouble. Goldfield, Nev. —Governor Sparks has issued a formal call for a special session of the Legislature. The chief executive will endeavor to have it adopt a formal request to the President of the United States that government troops be garrisoned in Goldfield. The Governor telegraphed his decision to the President, so the soldiers doing duty here, or at least a portion of them, will remain for some weeks at least. When the Legislature meets at Carson there is certain to be a battle royal over the Governor’s action in requesting troops. Esmeralda county, in which Goldfield is situated, has four representatives, and these have been favorable -to the Western Federation of Miners at all times for political reasons. While it is not at all certain that the Legislature will act in accordance with the wishes of Governor Sparks, the calling of the special session will have the effect of k...
11l Luck Followed Cutting of Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
11l Luck Followed Cutting of Tree. Waterbury, Conn.—ln chopping the butt of a Christmas tree in Prospect, William Smith, a farm hand, nearly cut off his great toe. Angered at the accident he threw the axe away and it broke a window striking Mabel Scovill, a child, in the face and inflicting a severe cut. Trimming the tree later, Mrs. William Scovill fell and broke an ankle. Indignant over the cl pin of accidents, Howard Scovill, son of the woman, insisted on doing the rest of the work himself and while lighting the candles, set the tree on fire and burned the farmhouse. Believing the Tree bewitched, the father, Ambrose Scovill, threw it into a hog pen where &lt;t fell on a chicken and killed it.
i i?e Ueparlßieni s Guoii vork. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
i i?e Ueparlßieni s Guoii vork. Chicago. —Not a single business house fire in Chicago in 1907 has extended b'yond t.ie walls of the structure in which it started. This tribute to the promptness and efficiency of the department of which he is at the head was made by Fire Chief Horan. In the frame house districts on two or three occasions the spread of fire had been greater, out whfke the great business houses are in danger and buildings are wall to wall the Hre-figbting men of the city have successfully kept the blaze within the twenty-five or fifty foot front limit.
Big Dividends for Cotton Mills. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Big Dividends for Cotton Mills. ; ?w Bedford, Mass. —The statistics of cotton mam; act wring for this year show that two mills, the Aeuclenett and Dartmouth, each paid dividends of 66 per cent; Hathaway 40 percent; City Mill, 38% percent, and Pierce Manufacturing Company, 3 2 per cent. The total dividends of the eighteen corporations here are $2,578,250 on a capital stock of $lB,770,000 or an average of 13.73 per cent. Last year the average rate was 8.92 per cent, in 1905 6.6, and in 1904 5.2.
Theaters Eight Sunday Law. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Theaters Eight Sunday Law. Jefferson City, Mo.—The Supreme Court issued a preliminary rule in prohibition against Judge J. L. Fort to prohibit him from trying the theater managers in Kansas City on indictments charging them with conducting their theaters on Sunday. The case was set for hearing in the Supreme Court on January 20th.
THAW WILL SOON PACE HIS PEERS Noted Principals in Famous Case to Attend New Hearing Beginning January 6th. “Unwritten Law” Will Not Be Pleaded in Extenuation of Crime.—Wife of Slayer Again Will Tell Her Story on the Witness Stand. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
THAW WILL SOON PACE HIS PEERS Noted Principals in Famous Case to Attend New Hearing Beginning January 6th. “Unwritten Law” Will Not Be Pleaded in Extenuation of Crime.—Wife of Slayer Again Will Tell Her Story on the Witness Stand. New York.—January sth Harry K. Thaw will be called a second time before a jury to make his defense to the charge of having murdered Stanford White. There have been several postponements of the date of the second hearing of this noted case, but u is said now there will be no further delay. Mrs. William Thaw, mother of the defendant, Mrs. George L. Carnegie, Harry Thaw's sister, and Josiah and Edward Thaw, his brothers, are also expected to remain throughout the trial. The Countess of Yarmouth, the defendant’s sister, is at present in England and is not expected to attend the second trial. Mrs. Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, who has been a daily visitor at the Tombs ever since the first Thaw jury disagreed, save recently, when she was ill for a few days, will, of cours...
Great Forest Reserve in Nevada. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Great Forest Reserve in Nevada. Reno, Nev. —The national forest reserve in Nevada now reaches the enormous total of 8,528,479 acres. The total acreage of the state, including water surface, is something over 71,000,000. Therefore the forest reserve comprises more than one acre in every f en. The last- reserve formed was the Lqs Vr '■ national forest, locally know as .Sheep mountain. It covers an area of 195,810 acres and is the eighth to be formed In the state. In addition to this the Secretary of the Interior has announced the withdrawal of 01(5,451 acres in White Pino and Nye counties, to he added to the national forest reserve, making a total of over 9,000,000 acres that will have been withdrawn in a short time.
Black Hand Thugs Punished. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Black Hand Thugs Punished. Pittsburg, Pa.—Seventeen Italians, alleged to be members of the Black Hand Society, were given hearings before Magistrate Grady and sentenced to the workhouse for from thirty to ninety days, or fined amounts ranging from $lO to $lOO each. The men were surprised in a so-called Italian club in an alley basement. A tunnel leads from the room to an exit in Webster avenue, but the police had learned of tnis and had it guarded. From the men arrested all manner of vicious weapons were secured, including many firearms and Stilettos.
Gates After Oi! Lands in Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Gates After Oi! Lands in Mexico. Mexico City—John W. Gates is preparing to extend his oil operations to Mexico. Ho has sent oil men to this country to make an examination of the oil fields and get options ou oil lauds with a view to their purchase and development. Gates’ plans include the building of pipe lines and the erection of large oil refineries in Mexico.
Big Dinner for Poor Mexicans. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Big Dinner for Poor Mexicans. City of Mexico. —For the first time in the history of this Capital, Christwas day was marked by a great dinner to the poor. The day was an ideal one. At dawn 10,000 of the city’s poor were at the entrance of the Tovolio, where the feast was to be given four hours later. When the gates were thrown open the hundreds of tables were filled in less than 10 minutes.