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Wliat He Owed. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Wliat He Owed. Blowltz—All I arn to day I owe tc my mother. Hammerton —Yes, and I understand that all you have you owe to you wife’s father.

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6to 14 days or money refunded. 50c.

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Understood Perfectly. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Understood Perfectly. "So you and the Mllyuns girl have had a misunderstanding.” “Not a bit of it. She gave me the fling in the most unmistakable manner.” Mothers will find Mrs. Winslow’s Soothing Syrup the best remedy to use for their cbil dren during the teething period. Great Britain makes use of over $2,)00,000 worth of shell fish every year. FJTC St. Vitus’ Dance and ail Nervous Diseases I• • & permanently cured by Dr. Kline’s Great Nerve Restorer. Send for FREE $2 trial bottle and treatise. Dr. R. H. Xlino. Ld., 931 Arch St., Philadelphia. Pa.

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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Matter oi i.ocntion [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Matter oi i.ocntion Little Willie —Say, pn, what is the difference between a bachelor maid and a spinster? Pa —A bachelor maid always lives in the city, my son, while a spinster lives in a small town. Let what you learn in the house of a friend be sacred. Yet it were no betrayal of hospitality to say, “He keeps Old Gilt Edge whisky on his buffet” Wholesale at Wichman, Lutgen & Co.. Alameda, Cal.

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Slow the MisoiiilerstaiuUuK Started. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Slow the MisoiiilerstaiuUuK Started. On account of a bio( kade the invited guest was half an hour late in reaching the north side mansion. “What a handicap to Chicago this bridge nuisance is!” lie said. “You don’t have to play it unless you want to, Mr. Jymes,” answered the indignant hostess.

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FERRY’S FREE SEED BOOK [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

FERRY’S FREE SEED BOOK For half a century thousands and thousands of farmers and gardeners have regarded “Ferry’s Seed Annual” as the best guide not only for the buying of seeds, but for their planting and care. Dailv deference to its text and illustrathe actual beginning The new edition he free mailing to 11 ' ! er ;i eopv. ' tlio of 11. two m nerc.lions K■ e:o■ 1 1 snek. j,y f y s ' h? ■ <»a.; id■ ■ ■ ■ iV s ’V'tCvVf’-v'.f s ;;,' fso r arise when '’v’y;; “iVin "■ 1 1 he. ' /,?' V'ifiVg f . f v : y-'.,d i\a!o I r d TU cI! I ■"! "1 thronadeiat li*'.?l’lanters i - ~ ~ home Stoic when they want i i,: " l 'e that it is k „V-Votv'O/’W{‘ v' I ■■ o ;; ,■ sir add send Co., Detroit, '» --I'lvfv-Vjip.-Vf"t ‘'Ferry's

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IE YOU WOULD BE POPULAR.- I A [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

IE YOU WOULD BE POPULAR.- I A Be sociable. Bo unselfish. Be generous. Be a good listener. Never worry or whine. Study the art of pleasing. ] i Be frank, open and truthful, i■' Always be ready to lend a hand. Be kind and polite to everybody. Be self-confident but not conceited. Take a genuine interest in other pco pie. Atways look at the bright side of things. | Take pains to remember names and faces. I Never criticise or say unkind things of others. Look for the good in others, not for their faults. Forgive and forget Injuries, but never forget benefits. Cultivate health, and thus radiate strength and courage. Rejoice as genuinely in another's success as in your own. Always be considerate of the rights and feelings of others. Have a good time, but never let fun degenerate Into license. Have a kind word and cheery, encouraging smile for every one. Learn to control yourself under the most trying circumstances. Be respectful to women, and chivalrous In your attitude toward them. Meet t...

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

ATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS, Eternal gratitude is eternal slavery. Silence oftener means offense than consent. The more wealth a man has, the louder his children talk. Have grandparents rights that ANYONE is bound to respect? As a rule, the smarter the man, the bigger fool things he will do. It is not a sign of cowardice in a man to be afraid of a woman. We should think a cow would become frightfully tired of being milked. A man always remembers a visit, to a house by what he had to eat in it. Are you ns active In paying a bill as you are in collecting one due you? Of late years women are beginning to wear false hair earlier in life, and also later. About the worst advice that can be given some people Is, “Use vonr own judgment.” No man is ever too worthless to figure as groom in a column write-up of a wedding. We are all talked about behind our backs. Even preachers “get it” from their members. It is always a particular shock when a nice man complains of something we have done. You think...

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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WORDS OF WISE MEW, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

WORDS OF WISE MEW, All paths, all haunts of men are full of God. —Aratus. One -wise counsel is better than the strength of many.—Euripides. A man must stand erect, not be kept erect by other. —Marcus Aurelius. How id to please is a man In distress and annoyed by everything.—Amphis. There are abysses that love can not cross, but it can bury itself in them. —Balzac. The sower of the seed is the author ( JJL the whole harvest of mischief.— Demosthenes. In consequence of gold there are no brothers and no parents, but wars arise from it. —Anacreon. The test of political institutions is the condition of the country whose fortunes they regulate.—Lord Beaconsfleld. Every right action and true thought gets the seal of its beauty on person and face; every wrong action and foul thought its seal of distortion. —John Rusklu.

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Sounded Ominous. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Sounded Ominous. “Your father said something about my staying so late that night, didn’t he ” asked the young man. “Yes,” replied the dear girl, “he did say something, but I don’t know Just what ho meant, lie said if you didn’t go home earlier hereafter there’d be a kick coming from him.” —Philadelphia Press. It Is currently rumored that owing to the advance In the price of lumber the price of board will also be raised.

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In it ftun newspaper Office [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

In it ftun newspaper Office “What can I do for you, madam V’ “I am tho latest wife of Elder J . ‘ who died this morning, and I’d Hie have you say in the obituary n . that I am his most immediate reiat ve. —Harper’s Weekly.

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Pretty Hot. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Pretty Hot. "Under the equator, gentlemen,” remarked an extensive traveler, “it is s>hot that the natives have to put h in ice chests to prevent their iny hard boiled eggs.”-- Loudon Mail.

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DOG AS A LIGHT BEARER. liack, nu Indian Territory Hunter, !s Hitt MrviorVs 21flper. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

DOG AS A LIGHT BEARER. liack, nu Indian Territory Hunter, !s Hitt MrviorVs 21flper. Mack is an essential part of the municipal street cleaning system of Muskogee, I. T„ says the Kansas City Star. He is only a well-bred Llewellyn setter dog, but during the closed season for ■;:. ne he puts in full time at street u. tiling. lie works at night. His owner, Mack Bishop, says that the dog is of great service to him and to the city. Mack seems to bo fully aware of bis importance when on duty. For the sweeping of the paved districts in Muskogee, a large roller sweeper. drawn by four horses, is used. The driver of this sweeper is the owner of Mack. While his master is driving the four horses the dog walks at the side of the sweeper, carrying a large lantern in his mouth to enable the driver to see tha * the machine is working properly. Every night tiio faithful dog can be seen at his post of duty, lie has a lantern which, while large, is not heavy, and the handle is heavily padded so that th...

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Naturally. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Naturally. “My lawyer recommends this to me as a foiasihle course.’’ “Thaf; proves nothing as to its merit.” "It doesn’t!” “Of ■•ourse not. My dear, to a lawyer all courses are fee-sible.” —Balduerican.

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3,. y One “BROMO QUININE.’ [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

3,. y One “BROMO QUININE.’ . ' ■ i AXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look * of E. W. GROVE. Used the V i r to Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.

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Ravenous Huts, [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Ravenous Huts, It is estimated that the rat does $50,000,000 worth of damage a year in England. In a slaughterhouse near Baris rats in a single night picked to the bone the carcasses of thirty-five horses. There is very little that they will rot eat; eggs, young birds and animals are among the dainties which they snap up in the ordinary course of business. But when pressed by hunger they will eat anything through which they can drive their terrible teeth. Rat will eat rat. The idea that a trapped rat will bite off an imprisoned leg and so escape is now said to ‘be wrong; it is the other rats which do the biting. They oat the captive.

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Am it Seemed to Him [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Am it Seemed to Him “Advertising,” remarked the thinker “is a good deal like making love to i widow." “What’s the answer?” queried th« dense person. “It can’t be overdone,” answered tin thinker.

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Under the Stars. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

Under the Stars. “Don’t be serious. Jack. Let’s change the subject. What is that bright star?” "That’s Sirius, too, .dear.” —Chicago Tribune.

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YOUNG AT NINETY-SEVEN. simple Rules of One Whose Keultli Is Remarkable. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

YOUNG AT NINETY-SEVEN. simple Rules of One Whose Keultli Is Remarkable. “Nearly everybody can live to he 100 years old; it only takes common sense and moderation.” So says Dr. John B. Rich, of New York, who is in hi* ninety-seventh year. His explanation of the method followed bears out Ids first statement. “To begin with, the common idea that rapid and violent exercise is good for one Is all a mistake. Dumb-bells, weights, lifting machines, Indian clubs —all these things you find In the ordinary gymnasium are useless, if not harmful. What little strength they give to one part of the body they take from some other part. College athletics ns they are now conducted are wrecking the lives of hundreds of young men every year. It Is cruel and criminal of the professors to let these young men use up all their brain energy on their studios at the same time that they are exhausting their vitality on the football field or on the river. “Twenty minutes a day of intelligent exercise Is all that...

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The Antiimna 1 Maad Muller* [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 4 January 1908

The Antiimna 1 Maad Muller* Maud Muller, on an autumn day, Was worrying about her hay Fever. Disconsolately there she stood And muttered that she wished it would Leave ’er. "Twas not a sunny smile that wreathed Her features ns she stood and breathed Pollen. Her eyes were both a reddish blur Her nose and lips and features were Swollen. The Judge came riding down the road— Green goggles on his optics showed — Illness. Each moment like a bugle call His sneezes clashed against the fall Stillness. He stopped his horse and looked at Maud, Then suddenly the air he sawed Wildly. The pollen drifting on the breeze Affected him: he tried to sneeze Mildly. “Ah-choo!” he mentioned once or twice, “Biss Buller, ared’t we havig dice Weather?” “Ke-choo,” she answered, vastly pleased. And then ihe Judge and Maudie sneeze® Together. She sneezed, he sneezed —this yearning pair; He sneezed that she was quite a fair Creature. Affinities, with single thought, They linked their hands and then thej sought T...

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