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Mild Weather in New England. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Mild Weather in New England. Boston.—Christmas in New England was a green one. The ground was clear of snow, while the day itself was like one from Indian summer. The Salvation Army and other organizations gave thousands of destitute people good dinners for the first time in months, and their many children were made glad with small presents.
CURRENT NEWS OF THE WORLD Important Events of the Week in Both Hemispheres Compiled for Busv Readers. What Has Happened, What Is Happening, and What Is Likely to Happen. Related by Correspondents in Every Corner of the Earth. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
CURRENT NEWS OF THE WORLD Important Events of the Week in Both Hemispheres Compiled for Busv Readers. What Has Happened, What Is Happening, and What Is Likely to Happen. Related by Correspondents in Every Corner of the Earth. Warsaw—General Skallon, Governor of Warsaw; has ordered- all the Jewish clubs in Poland to close. Rochester, N. Y.—Mayor Cutler-an-nounced that the New York Central Railroad Company had appropriated $1,000,000 for a new passenger station in Rochester. Boston. —Rev. Franklin S. Hatch, general secretary of the Christian Endeavor movement in India, Burmah and Ceylon for several years, died at his home in Brookline, aged 60 years. Washington. Colonel Benjamin Lockwood, commanding the Twentyninth Infantry, has been retired on his own application after forty-three years’ service. His home is in Detroit. He is given the title of Brigadier-General in the retired list. Lahore, India.—There has been a remarkable diminution in wheat planting in the Punjab because of the p...
Independence League Will Put Up a Ticket [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Independence League Will Put Up a Ticket J. Edward Rainey, who has been visiting his mother during the holidays will return to the north to resume his work as rep resentative of William Randolph Hearst in his movement to organize Independence League clubs along the coast,* says the Santa Barbara Independent. Mr. Rainey has met with much success in his work in .Northern California, Oregon and Washington. Mr. Rainey has recently re turned from New York, where he joined in a conference of Mr. Hearst’s political managers and agents, about 200 in all. “We are meeting with much eu-. couragemeut in almost every state we have been organizing. In the middle west the people are vety enthusiastic over Mr. Hearsl's movement, and already he has a very great following. In my territory, Northern California, Oregon and Washington, I have, been very successful, and I predict that before the next national election Mr. Hearst’s following will be ?efy'greaL” •- " ~ ' “What will be Mr. Hearst’s attitude...
GLEANINGS from ihe MESSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
GLEANINGS from ihe MESSENGER If press reports are true, all the cranks are not dead yet. As the story goes, a Presbyterian minister in an eastern state refused $lOO in gold coin presented him as a gift by his congregation be cause the coins, being made according to President Roosevelt’s instructions, did not bear the motto, *Tu God we trust.” Such “freakism” on the part of any one, especially a minister of tiie gospel, is nothing short of disgns til g e oou fees to a shade of regret that the motto was ordered off the coins, at the same time can not but feel to some extent the force of the President's objections. Let that be as it may, the minister was not consistent in his action and was not standing for a principle of right and wrong. Examination of borrowed $5 and $2O bills reveals.no such motto, nor could it be found on the coin usual small the California preachers receive. The eastern man ordinarily receives the same kind of money. To be consistent he should refuse it, too. It's...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
The Publisher's Halms Sustained United States Court of Claims . TWs Publishers of Webster’s International Dictionary allege thatit ‘‘is, in fact.the popular filial )ridged thoroughly re-edited in every dbtJiTl, end vastly enriched in every part, with i hh purpose of adapting It to meet the larger end severer requirements of another generation;” Wo are of the opinion that this allegation most clearly and accurately describes the work that nns been accomplished and the result that has been reached- The Dictionary, as it now stands, has been thoroughly retried in every detail, has been corrected in every part, and is admirably adapted to meet Iho larger and severer requirements of a generation which demands more of popular philological knowledge than any generation that the world has ever contained. It is perhaps needless to add that we refer to the dictionary in our judicial work as of tlio highest authority in accuracy of dcllnition ; and that in the future as in the past it will be ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
dfiSL HJSI m 6} &amp;Sk ggfc &lt;S&gt; JBgl jKffigfc foj iißßLte t.ssa mrj 9 ffi cs c&lt;3 ,. Today jfe ONLY CLEARANCE o SALE o Sat JAN. 4 MEN’S HATS 50 CENTS ON THE $l.OO ONE DAY ONLY In order to clean up and make room for a new and up-to-date stock of Men’s Hats we will set our entire line of men’s headwear TODAY ONLY at FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR RUDOLPH STORE tss m m Ta * m Tv is Thirty-Fifth Semi-Annual Statement _OF THE_ BANK OF LOMPOC A corporation doing business in the Town of Lompoc, County of Santa Barbara, State of California, on the 31st day of December, A. D. 1907. ASSETS: Bank premises .“ $ 19,969.37 Furniture and fixtures 1,816.03 Real estate taken for debt, the value of which is 40,569.57 Bills receivable and overdrafts, consisting of promissory notes and overdraft book accounts, held by the bank at its place of business, the value of which is 389,925.14 Due from banks and bankers 79,759.73 Cash on hand in coin and legal tender notes......
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Back Again fromEuropel By the solicitation of many friend % and patients Dr. H. EHRLICH THE EMINENT Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon From Berlin, Germany, will make hit next visit to LOMPOC Thursday, Jan. 16 HOTEL ARTHUR 8 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. One Day Only, And return once a month. Do you want 'that C atarrh cured? Do you want that Deafness cured? Do you wiint to sec with those WeaK, Watery, Dim Eyes? If so, go and consult Dr. Ehrlich this trip. It costs #ou nothing to get his opinion. Hundrtds of patients have been treated by him lately and arc pleased. His wonderful cures are bringing the deaf and blind from all sections for relief, and they go home and tell others, and the crowd increases each month. A hundred cases of Deafness and Noises have trie &lt;3 his new cure for that disease. and they say it is the grandest discovery to sufferii'g humanity. Hundreds of people suffering with weak eyes have thrown away their glasses and-are able to see again. Cataracts and Mims nn ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES LA PUBISSIMA CIRCLE, NO. 519. WOmen of Woodcraft, meets every Ist. and 3d Thursday evenings of each month at Dimock’s Hall. Visiting Neighbors are cordially invited. Kmna Long. Guardian Neighbor. Myrtle Hiobee. Clerk. LOMPOC LODG&amp;. NO. 248. I. O. O. F„ meets every Saturday evening at their hall, corner H and Ocean avenue, at 7:30 o’clock. All visiting brothers are invited to be present. Adam Bensman, N. G. F. J. Miller, Sec. LOMPOC LODGE, NO- 262, F. &amp; A. M. stated meetings: January 20, February 22, March 29, April 26, May 24, June 21, (24, St. John’s Day), July 19. August 23, September 20, October 18, November 15, December 13, (27, St. John’s Day.) J. KLEIN, W. M. H. H. Lambert, Secretary. O. E. S. —STATED MEETINGS: JANU ary 10. 24, February 14, 28, Minch Tt, 28, April 11, 25, May 9, 25. June 13. 27, lu y 11. 25, August 8, 22, September 12, 26, October 11, 25, November 14, 28, December 12, 26, at Odd Fellows’ Hall. MAUD BAILEY, W. M. Anna...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
§900! 1 0 GRAHAM DRUG CO. THE STOCKMEN’S FRIENDS Cutter’s Blackleg Vaccine NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL Kreso Dip The great Antiseptic, Disinfectant and Deodorant for Cattle, Poultry, Etc. DRUG CO. . ■ eec— THE OF LOMPOC OFIFCERS W. 11. SUDDEN, President JAMES SLOAN, Vice-President J. KLEIN, Cashier L. KvHN, Ass’t Cashier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK' OFFICERS CAPT. R. SUDDEN, President W H. SUDDEN, Vice-Pres, J. KLEIN, Cashier W. C. UISSINGEK, Ass’t Cash's Combined Capital and Surplus $175,000.00 Four and One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid On Savinas Deposits EXCHANGE DRAWN ON ALL PARIS OF THE WORLD irir? |SSS| 'Wj&amp;'i 5 1 Ah S3 If 31 M COSiKW.C Our Pictures Have arrived for the Holiday' . \ trade. Prices from 25c np to slo'. A new line of mouldings. Frames made to order. 000 50 Rockers to select from, and some of them are beanties. Also a fine line of ■ Morris chairs —leather upholster-, iug. Gome in and inspect them. LONG, Leading Furniture Dealer Mm. 809 S. Hill St., Lo...
BRIEF LOCALS! [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
BRIEF LOCALS! ISee the Stork pictures at Long’s' I Just arrived a Sue line of pictures and. mouldings at Long’s. i The number of books issued by Hie public library up to last evening is 221. H. G. Anthony is still in Lompoc and ready at all times to do your tailoring. The high school will reopen on Monday next for the last half of : the winter term. • Prof. J. E. Hamilton of Santa Maria was the guest of Prof. Balaam on New Year’s. Fresh tomatoes in January is one of the offerings being made by “Uncle Joe” Harris. ■ The Wo mam’s Book club will iaaeet at the home of Mrs. Emily Harris on Weduesday afternoon jaexL I £ I' Howard Broughton of San J’raueisco is here ou a visit to his I areata, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ironghton. Miss Madge Hobson has re-, irned to Santa Barbara after a: oliday visit here with relatives; grid friends. / CtlArles J Russell, so old resident of Santa Maria, died in that &lt;vity bn Tuesday and \ as bailed yesterday at San Luis Obispo. p A Stoddard-Daytou aut...
Brotherhood Has First Anniversary [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Brotherhood Has First Anniversary The Brotherhood of the Presbyterian church of Lompoc held its first anniversary meeting on New Year’s night, in tlie spacious parlors and dining room of Odd Fellows* hall, and the popularity of this sterling organization may be attested by the fact that over one hundred people were present, embracing nearly its full membership and including a large number of invited guests, ladies and gentlemen. The evening was enlivened by a program of vocal and instrumental music, recitations, addresses and the brightest kind of social intercourse, and in due time came the announcement for supper, with chicken pie as the chief item on the bill of fare. The tables were neatly arranged, artistically decorated and bountifully supplied, all in keeping with the air of general good feeling and informality that prevailed. Various numbers on the program were: A violin solo by James W. Edrington, vocal duet by Messrs. Couch, and Whittemore; mala quartette by Messrs. Couch,...
Tourist Printer Is Shot at Guadalupe [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Tourist Printer Is Shot at Guadalupe James Fleming, a tom ist printer, who held forth in Lompoc in various capacities two weeks ago, was shot iu one leg aud oue arm at Guadalupe last Monday night IV! •!!0 0 n jpr &lt;j nr Pt i i!) H fight with an S P. brakeman, who was ejecting him from a car in which he had sought refuge for the purpose of heating his way. Fleming, who is a big, husky fellow, put up a fight aud the brakemau claims he was compelled to shoot in self defense. The injured man was taken to Santa Barbara and is now in the county hospital. Unless blood poisoning sets iu it is not thought Flemming’s wounds will prove Serious. E. W. Peale was arrested yesterday for over-indulgence in New Year’s proclivities, Graimra’s drug store being the scene of his exuberance. lie was Altel and Owen Moran rolled into one and Carl Saunders’ mouth maiked his first point of fistic onslaught. He next heaved a piece of metal through a show-case and then a small board described various...
Home Of Mr. Sadden Robbed In Daylight [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Home Of Mr. Sadden Robbed In Daylight Burglars effected an eutrance into W. H Sudden’s residence on north H street on New Year’s day by breaking down the back door, and when Mr. Sudden, some hours later, made an inventory of his losses, lie found missing a pair of gold cuff buttons, two suits of underwear, a pair of shoes he had purchased only a few days before, and several other articles of more or less value. At present the house is occupied by only Mr. Sudden and it is likely that his movements were kept tab of by one person while the other did the bold work. Mr. Sudden’s only satisfaction is that the clean-up might have been worse. He regrets the loss of the cuff buttons more than anything else, as he had them a long time and valued them highly above their intrinsic worth.
Eagles Score Big Success at Their First Mask Ball [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Eagles Score Big Success at Their First Mask Ball The first annual masquerade | ball given by Lompoc Aerit j No. 1 700, Fraternal Order of j Eagles, at the opera house on j last Tuesday evening, was the greatest social success ever =&gt; . . • • T 1 given in this city, it was a bold undertaking, as befor the event no one was sanguine enough to believe the Eagles j would play even in an affair in which they were to act as hosts j to the public at practically nocharge for anything beyond admission and where hospitaity was dispensed with a free hand in the matter of refreshments, prizes, etc., wherein it is most frequently the aim to realize a profit. But a great surprise awaited the feathered tribe, .it| was the biggest kind of a success socially and financially. The hall was packed literally to suffocation. Standing room was at a premium. The spectators were more than pleased with the entertainment provided for them. The maskers cavorted around like children on a holiday. The...