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Here’s a Puzzler [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Here’s a Puzzler Here is a puzzle that puzzles everybody: Take the number of your living brothers, double the amount, add to it three, multiply by five, add to it the number of your living sisters, multiply the result by ten, add the number of -deaths of brothers and subtract 150 from the result. The right figure will be the number of deaths, the middle will be the number of living sjsters, and the left will show the number of living brothers. Try it and see.
1908—Seed Catalogue—l9oB [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
1908—Seed Catalogue—l9oB If you have not yet received our Seed Catalogue write for it at once and get your name on the mailing list. Write if Spanish book is preferred. Johnson &amp; Musser Seed Co., 113 N. Main street, Los Angeles, Cal. Pinesalve Oarbolized acts like a poultice, draws out inflammation and poison. Antiseptic, healing For chapped hands, lips, cuts and burns. Sold by Graham Drug Co Ring’s Little Liver Pills wake up lazy livers, clean the system and clear the skin. Try them for biliousness and sick headache. Price 25c. Sold by Graham Drug Co.
Santa Ynez, Ballard and Los Olivos [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Santa Ynez, Ballard and Los Olivos Harry Bicking was down from San Luis Obispo ami spent Christmas with his aunt, Mrs. Robert W. Smith. George and Samuel Lyons are at homo spending the holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Steel of Lompoc spent Chiistmas with Mrs. Stee ’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. M iss Margaret Cooper of Los Angeles returned home on the 14th iust. to spend Chiistmas with her parents at this place. She returned on Monday to lesume her studies at (lie Noimal school. Charles Schneider and son, C J. L, spent Christines day with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. VV. Gairahau, at Stewart. It is reported that there is a case of smallpox in L &gt;s Olivos —that of Harry Cooper, the oil expert. We are glad to state at this writing that he is fast recovering and no further cases at present date. Mrs. Stella Best and child have returned to Los Olivos after an absence of several months. She is stopping witli Mr. and Mrs. John Hartley. Miss Lottie Whifche...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
HELBING HATS are here and beauties, too. Call and inspect them Sweater Coats, ail sizes and colors.«pZ«DU Jersey Sweaters, all sizes and colors to se- ~ lect from Z.Uw Suspenders tfl CA from 50c to ... • Dress Gloves, in Mocha and Kid, &lt; ’TC $1.50 and !.&lt;*&gt; Largest Assortment of Neckwear Ever Shown to Select From, 2S and SOc Reefers, Mufflers, Handkerchiefs, and Hosiery there is no end. Call and inspect our stock. Moore &amp; Negus MEN’S OUTFITTERS STOCK TAKING IS a busy season at our store and there is not much time to spare, but we are always ready and willing to supply you with the finest groceries that money can buy. This is the time of year when you are making new resolutions, why not determine thatr-you will have nothing but the best on your table. If you will make such a resolution, we are sure you will call on us for the goods, and promising you the mostcourteous treatment and prompt service and wishing you a happy and prosperous New ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
m 3 INCORPORATE D 1907 Skidoo 11908 Welcome 8 «• Laugh and the world Laughs with you f ♦ | Commence the New Year by trading with us and you will always laugh xNew Year Greetings FROM % I NCORPORATED % A fc. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT ! I X * !❖ V t,Y * For The FARMER MANY Farmers keep a checking account with us regularly because it is a great help and college venience in their every-day business. When you sell your farm produce, deposit your money in this bank, subject to check. H hen make a purchase, pay by check The on the back is a receipt. We will be glad to explain to ing system. Lompoc Vaiiey A * ? * X * t
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Take Notice the cheapest block in town for sale if sold at once. W. W. BROUGHTON. It will he unnecessary to go through a painful, expensive operation for piles if you use Man Zm. Put up in a collapsible tube with nozzle, ready to apply. For any form of piles. Price 50c. Sold by Graham Drug Co. For Rent Af\ Acres of the best kind of *** hay ground for rent at $5 an acre. Inquire of F. M. RUDOLPH, Lompoc, Cal. KODOn For Dyspepsia and Indigestion is the result of a scientific combination of natural digestants with vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach. It is the best remedy known today for dyspepsia, indigestion and all troubles arising from a disordered stomach. Take KODOD today. It is pleasant.prompt and thorough. Hold by Graham Drug Co. 2Ji«: jfit al2kji£k. A A irflr -nfe: X-jfc ALjfic-J&amp;jfitJ ! BENCCIA HANCOCK j &gt; ' i DS/C PLOWS I h i ■ fr ■S THE BEST PLOW EVER PUT OH THE j | It is a pleasure to sell these plows, for ever ~ ....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Notice to Creditors Estate of Henry N. Ryon, da;censed. Notice is hereby given by the | undersigned, executor of the estate of Henry N Ryon, deceased, ! to the creditors of and all persons ; having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four mouths after the first publication of this notice to the said executor, at the office of the said executor in the Town of Lompoc, County of Santa Barham, State of California, which said office the undersigned selects as the place of business in all matters connected with said estate of Henry N. Ryon, deceased. W. \V. BROUGHTON, Executor-of the estate of Henry N. Byon, deceased. Dated, Lompoc, Cal., Dec. 20tb, 1907.
SECRETS OE THE SEA, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
SECRETS OE THE SEA, Mysteries of Disappearing Ships | Never Unraveled. Nothing is more fascinating than try- | ing to fathom the secrets of the deep, particularly when it comes to speculating on the fate of vessels which have disappeared without known cause. There are many such cases, and they are absolutely baffling. Ships have, gaily left port, with every prospect of a safe voyage, never to ho heard of again. What are the secrets of these mysterious vanlshiugs of stately ships with their crews and cargoes In 19 cases out of 20 tiie secrets lie with the ships many fathoms deep, and will perhaps never leap to light. To this day no one knows what became of the City of Glasgow, which set her sails so gallantly in the Mersey half a century and more ago, hound for Philadelphia; She carried over 400 passengers and a crew of 7(5; but she never reached Philadelphia, nor was she ever seen again after the hills of Wales were lost to view. The Bnrvie Castle left London some years ago on a lon...
PRINCESS ENA HAS CHANGED. Pretty Face of tlie tlneen of Spain Now Looks More Womanly. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
PRINCESS ENA HAS CHANGED. Pretty Face of tlie tlneen of Spain Now Looks More Womanly. Queen Victoria Eugenie, as her Spanish subjects call England’s Princess Ena, has changed in appearance since she has been here, says a Madrid letter in the New York World. She now looks much more womanly, and often a sad expression clouds her pretty face, which is perhaps uot surprising when one remembers the narrow escape she had from the anarchist’s bomb on the day of her marriage. She is inclined to stoutness, but Spaniards like matronly women, and consider her all the more beautiful ou that account. Apart from the occasional sad expression mentioned she seems to . be quite happy, and her young husband is very devoted to her. Nor can she complain of any lack of affection from her royal mother-in-law or the other members_o^fefc~ a y l nish royal family. When seen in public the two queen* look very well, indeed —the stately Austrian and the young English girl, so Saxon like, with her pink and whit...
Mixed Uicniors Burred. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Mixed Uicniors Burred. Rory MacSuory was the village blacksmith and one of the most powerful singers In the choir of the kirk at Auchleucheries. To show off his voice to full advantage he would vary his stvle from bass to alto aud from alto to treble in the same hymn. The minister had loug observed that Rory’s methods were upsetting the general melody of the congregation’s singing. and at length he resolved to briug the culprit to book. “Hymn 34,” he announced, “and a’ theglther. And, Mr. MacSnory, if ye’re tae sing tenor, sing tenor, or If ye're tae sing bass, sing bass, but we’ll hae nae mair o’ yer shandygaff!”—Dundee Advertiser.
What He Meant. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
What He Meant. A young man of Boston who had failed to pay his laundry bill endeavored to turn his Chinaman aside from inquiry by an attack upon the Celestial’s manner of speech. “Why do you say ‘Fliday,’ John?” he asked. “Say Fliday because I mean Fliday,” replied John, stoutly. “No say Fliday and mean maybe week after nex’, like Mel lean man.”
Twice Proud. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Twice Proud. T suppose you have taken a great deal of pride In your farm?” “Yes,’ answered Farmer Corntossel, “I was ns proud as any man can be when I bought this farm. I don’t expect to be that proud but once more iu my whole life.” “When will that be?” “When 1 succeed in selling it.”— Washington Star.
BEST PRESCRIPTION Can Be Easily iVSixed at Home and Cures Rheumatism, full Directions to Make and lake This Simple Home-Made Mixture-Makes Kidneys lifter Out Acids. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
BEST PRESCRIPTION Can Be Easily iVSixed at Home and Cures Rheumatism, full Directions to Make and lake This Simple Home-Made MixtureMakes Kidneys lifter Out Acids. When an eminent authority announced in the Scranton. Pa., Times That he had found a new way to treat that dread American disease, Rheumatism, with just common, every-day drugs found in any drug store, the physicians were slow indeed to attach much importance to his claims. This was only a few months ago. Today nearly every newspaper in the country, even the metropolitan dailies, art announcing it and the splendid result, achieved. It is so simple that any om can prepare it at home at small cost It is made up as follows: Get from any good druggist Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. Mix to shaking in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and abedtime. These are all simple ingredients, making an absolutely harmless borne remedy at l...
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering- it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they will do is tenfold_ to the good you can possibly .ut”.* tiuu -s .oauu'x 11 Ciu-e, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &amp; Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directlv upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be suite you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &amp; Co. Testimonials free. Sold by druggists, price 75c per bottle. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Force of Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908
Force of Habit. Mrs. A.—Dear me! Why does you; little boy squirm around so when In sits iu that big chair? Mrs. Z. —Why, it is rattan and In alwavs thinks of the school house. The Brooklyn Hotel, 365-573 First street. San Francisco. A home-like temperance hotel. Board and room $1 to $1.50 per day; meals 25 cents; rooms 50 cents per day. Family room;- $l. Free bus. Chas. Montgomery, manager.