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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
is I _ astained Ur; ted States Court of Claims *Ti,G s'utlifihers cf Webster’s international IDtetHwery allege that it ‘Ms, in fact.the popular Unabridged thoroughly re-edited in every detail, and vastly enriched in every part, with 1 1.0 purpose cf adapting it to meet t!io larger and severer requirements of another generalinn.” AVs are cf the opinion that this allegation most clearly and accurately describes the work that nas been accomplished and the ice ilt that has been reached, The Dictionary, 4!s it now stands, has been thoroughly reedited in every detail, has been corrected in every part, and is admirably adapted to meet 1 lie larger end tovorer requirements of a generation which demands more of popular piiiiologionl hnowled.'i-o than any generation t hat the world has ever contained. It. is perhaps needless to add that we refer l,i ll.e dictionary in our judicial work ns of the highest authority in accuracy of definition ; and that in tho future us in the past it Will be the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
I GREAT BARGAINS THE RACKET For One Week, Commencing MONDAY, JAN. 13 20 to ;10 per cent, reduction on our entire stock of Wool Dress Goods. 20 per cent off on all Embroideries, Flannel Blankets, Comfortables, Outing Flannels, Might Gowns, Shirts, Sat teen Petticoats, Art Linen Pieces, Lace Collars, Crockery and Hardware. A large collection of other articles will be put on a Bargain Counter at great reductions. PAY CASH AND GET BARGAINS C- R. CORNING, Trustee LILLIAN CORNING, » ager Financial Statement of the City Clerk of Lompoc For 1907 \ ; The financial condition of the Town of Lompoc is embodied in the following. Special attention is directed to that* part of the report having to do with road and street expenditure! To the honorable Board of Trustees of the Town of Lompoc County of Santa Bai bara, State of California. I, Paul Fox, Clerk of the said Town of Lompoc, do herewith submit my annual report for the year commencing Jau. Ist, 1907, and ending Dec. 31st, 1907, of the financ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Notice to Tax Payers The first installment of state and county taxes for the year 1907 will become delinquent and 15 per cent added on the last Monday of Janna.iy, 1908, the 37th. H. C BWEETSER, County Tax Collector We Imve for sale a scholarship iu the Shu Bernardiuo Business College, good for a complete lt is worth $5O, but will be sold for considerably less. Any boy or girl contemplating taking up shorthand, book-keeping or any of a business career, should look into this propon. It’s a good one.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Back Again fromEtiropel By the solicitation of many frleuc' 9 and patients Dr. H. EHRLICH THE EMINENT Eye.Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon From Berlin, Germany, will make hla next visit to LOMPOC Thursday, Jan. 16 HOTEL ARTHUR Ba.rn.tp 4:30 p. m. Cne Dny Only, And return once a month. Do you want that Catarrh cured? Do you want that Deafness cured? Do you want to sec with those Weak, Watery, Pint Eyes? It so, go and consult Dr. Ehrlich this trip. It costs ycuencthing to get his opinion. Hundreds of patients have been treated by him lately and are pleased. His wonderful cures are bringing the deaf and blind from all sections for relief, aud they go home and tell others, aud the crowd increases each month. A hundred cases of Deafness aud Noises have tried his new cure for that disease, and they say it is the grandest discovery to suffering humanity. Hundreds of people suffering with weak eyes have thrown away their glasses and are able to see again. Cataracts and films on the eye of many ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES LA PUBISSIMA CHICLE, NO. 51S). Women of Woodcraft, meets every Ist and 3d Thursday evenings of each month at Dimock’s Hall. Visiting Neighbors are cor diaiiy invited. Emna Long. Guardian Neighbor. M ybtlk ili&lt;}EEE. Clerk. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 248, I. 0.0. F„ meets every *atnrdny evening at tbeir hall, corner 11 and Ocean avenue, at. 7:30 o’clock. All visiting brothers are invited to he present. Adam Bensman, N. G. F. J. Milleb, Sec. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 2i&gt;2, E. &amp; A. M. Stated meetings: January 17, February 14, March 13, April! 10, May 15, June 12. (24, St. John’s Day), July 10. tngust 7, September 4, October 9, November 6, December 8, (27, St. John’s Day.) J. KLEIN, W. M. 11. H. Lambert, Secretary. MIOUELITO CHAPTER, O. E. S. Meets in 1. O. O. F. hall the second and fourth Tuesdays of each mouth. M AUD BAILEY, W. M, Anna L. Dimock, Secretary. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 57, K. of P.. meets every Wednesday night. Hall on the corner of I street a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
&gt; GRAHAM DRUG CO. THE STOCKMEN’S FRIENDS Cutter’s Blackleg Vaccine 9 I 8 I I i NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL Kreso Dip The great Antiseptic, Disinfectant and Deodorant for Cattle, Poultry, Etc. GRAHAM DRUG CO. . THE BANK GF LOMPOC OFIFCERS W. H. SUDDEN, President JAMES SLOAN. Vice-P3esident J. KLEIN, Cashier L. KiHN, Ass’t Cafhier THE FARMERS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAPT. R. SUDDEN, President W. H. SUDDEN, Vioe-Pres, J. KLEIN, Cashier W. C. KISSINGER, Ass’t Cash’s Combined Capital and Surplirs . $175,000.00 Four and One-Half Per Cent Intereit Paid On Savins* Deposit* EXCHANGE DRAWN. ON ALL THE WORLD sit &lt;! u r 'i &lt;4iesi r,i iTSTfi 5 m nm t W 1 Our Pictures Have arrived for the Holiday trade. Prices from 25c np to $lO. A new line of mouldings. Frames made to order. 000 50 Rockers to select from, and some of them are beantiea. Also a due line of Morris chairs—leather upholstering. Come in and inspect them. LONG, Leading Furniture Dealer 809 S. Hill S...
I BRIEF LOCALS! » < [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
I BRIEF LOCALS! » &lt; The Book Club met Wednesday with Mrs. Emily Harris. Ralph Broughton is home from Nevada on a visit to his parents. Miss Hallie Hewett is home from San Francisco and San Jose. The nutober of books issued by the public library up to last even tng is 221. Great bargains for cash for one week at the Racket, See their new ad. in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. J, E Reed of Oakland are here on a visit to re! atives and friends. Mrs. returned Sunday from San Francisco where ehe spent the holidays. Sueervisor W. C. Oakley of Santa Maria is here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. Dell Daniels. J. P. Luxraore left yesterday for Oceano, where-be will spend a couple of weeks in rest and recreation. The supervisors at their meeting on Monday last gave Lompoc another voting precinct, making four in all. Dr. H. F. Kidwell and family are now occupying the residence recently vacated by E. H. Rios on north G street. - Vernon LaSalle returned on Saturday last from the Imperial coun...
Fatal S. P. Wreck At Rucker, California [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Fatal S. P. Wreck At Rucker, California Four persona were killed and sixteen injured when train No. 10, known hb the Sunset Express, on he Southern Pacific railroad, whs ditched at Rucker, 25 mile* south of San Joee yesterday. Six coaches immediately behind the engine left (he raills and five were scattered about the track and into the ditches while the sixth rolled over into the county road that parallels (he tracks. It was in this oar that the greatest havoc occurred, the car being reduced to a pile of twisted iron and steel and broken timbers. The train was running at a tremendous speed when (be engine leaped from the rails, carrying the coaches with it. Word of the wreck was telegraphed to San Joee and San Luis Obispo and from both places wrecking trains were sent to the scene of horror. From San Jose also was sent a passenger train conveying a large corps of physicians and nurses who were quickly on the scene, looking to the needs of the injured. Physicians were hastily summone...
Receipts From Eagles’ Masquerade [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Receipts From Eagles’ Masquerade The gross receipts of the Engles masquerade ball on Year's eve amounted to within a few dollars of $3OO. The expenses were $240, which included the cost of several beautiful badges for future use of the Aerie, leaving a nice balance in the treasury. Considering that the committees and members expected to come out even only, if not to face a deficit, the result is not only gratifying to them, but complimentary to the people of Lompoc, who, by their patronage showed that they had faith in the efforts and promises of the Eagles to give them something worth while in every particular. It was without exception the biggest ball ever given in Lompoc.
County Treasury [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
County Treasury The condition of the county treasury was reported as follows: Gold $9255 00 Silver 7 70 Land office certificate.. 20 00 SPECIAL DEPOSITS First National bank... .$19,151 08 Commercial bank 17,555 71 County National bank.. 7,561 21 Bank of Lompoc 15,000 00 Bank of Santa Maria.. 20,000 00 Santa Barbara Savings and Loan bank 20,000 00 Lompoc Valley bank.. 15,000 00 Central bank 2,500 00 Central Savings bank.. 2,300 00 Total $128,350 7 0 The oil business is booming in the Lompoc territory, good progress and fine indications being reported from all the wells. On the Lompoc Oil Developingcompauy's lease another effort will be made to remove the water from their first well. W 8. Low has purchased the lease of the Hotel At thur from E. L Hudson and assumed coutrol on Monday. Mr. Low is one of the best known hotel meu in the state and in the palmy days of Santa Barbara conducted the Muscarel with great success. It was then known as the Commercial. The bell teams of Lompoc aud ...
Moore & Negus Have Dissolved [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Moore &amp; Negus Have Dissolved Ou Wednesday the partnership of Moore &amp; Negus was dissolved, by Mr.' Negus purchasing Mr. Moore’s interest in the grocery and gents' furnishing business conducted by them for some year fl past. Mr, Moore will take a rrst for several days when he will leave for Ban Francisco, where it is understood he will consider a very flatteridg'-offer to go on the road as a commercial drummer. Mr Negus, who succeeds to the sole management of the' business, is one of Lompoc’s most popular young men. Courteous and gentlemanly in his treatment of customers, sociable and agreeable toward his business associates and popn lar with all others with whom he comes in contact, it is certain that success will follow him in bis individual effort.
Death Of Mrs. Margaret Fabing [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Death Of Mrs. Margaret Fabing Mrs. Margaret Fabing, beloved wife of P. M. Fabing, died at her home in Lompoc on Thursday afternoon, after a sickness of several weeks. She was 68 years of age. The funeral took place this morning from the Catholic church, and was attended by a large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends. Mrs. Fabing was one of the best known and most highly respected women in Lompoc, and her loss will be sorely felt for years to come. She is survived by her husband and two sons, Wm. and Frank Fabing, and a daughter, Miss Flora Fabing.
Bright Outlook For Santa Ynez Valley [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Bright Outlook For Santa Ynez Valley News of the recent sale of the Briukerhoff ranch, in the Zaca lake district, to a company of Pasadena men, who propose to develop the property for oil was brought here by John Parker of Santa Ynez, one of the members of the highway commission. The ranch contains 20,000 acres lying east of the Bishop property on which is situated (he old Sis quoc aspbnltum mine. Mr. Parker also told that the San Lucas Oil company was expected to begin drilling on its land yesterday. This organization controls the San Lucas ranch, some 45 miles north of Santa Barbara. The company was organized here by local capitalists. The Crocker syndicate of San Francisco purchased largely of the stock, but since then the company has passed into the control of a group of Japanese capitalists. Work there will be carried on under the supervision of the Crocker people. On the property back of the old Santa Ynez mission, controlled by the same Crocker syndicate, nearly everything is...
The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Install New Officers [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs Install New Officers The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs held joint installation at O-hl Fel lows’ hall on Thursday evening. The attendance was Very large and following the installation ceremonies all sat down to a sumptuous banquet. Following are the new officers of the respective lodges; ODD FELLOWS Ernest Anderson, N G; Walter Huyck, V Q; Frank Miller, Sec; Nathan Saunders, treasurer; Frank Dyer, chaplain; E J. Couch, warden; Fied Tolbert, conductor; Alva Tolbert, R 8 N G; H. 8. Murray, L 8 N G;Tustin Nicoles R 8 V G; H 0. Glidden, L 8 V G; Charles Yaw, B 8 8; Stephen Herbert, L 8 8; Samuel Ehrola, O G; Bert Dickie, I G. BEBEKAHS Maud Murray, N G; Pearl Bell, V Q; Willie Downing, secretary; Orlean Poland, treasurer; Minnie Tolbert, chaplain; Mary Dimock, (conductor; Violette DeFrees, W; Alva Tolbert, B 8 N G; Mrs. H. 8. Murray, L 8 N G; Elsie Arkley, R S V G; May Arkley, L 8 V G; Adam Beusman, O G; Mrs. Fnucett, I. G.
Notice Of Installation [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Notice Of Installation Lompoc Camp No. 255, Woodmen of the World will install officers on Jan. 13th. All members are urgently requested to be present at the installation of the fol lowing officers: A. H. Dyer, C. C. J. M. Day, A. L. L. A. Croft, watchman. C. M. Callis, escort. Paul Ingamels, sentry. Ed Kenney, Manager. Geo. Harris, banker. E. J, Conch, clerk.
Who Is Quincy Adams Sawyer [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Who Is Quincy Adams Sawyer The village gossips wondered who he was, what he was, what he came for and how long he intended to stay. They wore anxious to find out all this about a young lawyer from Boston named Quincy Adams Sawyer, who had come to live at a small Massachusetts village for a year or so. A very successful book, which has its famous tiile from (his young man’s name, was written around Mr. Sawyer’s doings in the country and around the village gossips who “wondered” all these things about him, and now the book in play form is to be elaborately produced here on Tuesday evening, Jan. 14, at the opeia house. A strong company of well known players appear iu the production. It has proven the best New England play ever written daring the successful run at the Academy of Music iu New Yoik city.
Notice! [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Notice! Those having bad dealings with the firm of Moore &amp; Negus are respectfully asked to call and settle. Accounts of any and a'l kinds against the firm will be liquidated by the undersigned. A. J. NEGUS, Successor to Moore &amp; Negus.
1908—Seed Catalogue—l9oB [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
1908—Seed Catalogue—l9oB If you have not yet received our Seed Catalogue Vrite 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. Ring’s Little Liver Pills wake up lazy livers, clean the system and clear the skin. Try (hern for biliousness and sick headache. Price 250. Sold by Graham Drug Co.
Fine Openings in the Civil Service [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 11 January 1908
Fine Openings in the Civil Service This paper wishes to suggest that there is no line of work offering our young people more pleasant and profitable employment than the U. 8. civil service. These places pay never less than $l2OO to $l5OO a year to begin with in the Philippines and Panama and nearly as much in the United States. In spite of this, there has not been for some time enough eligibles to meet the needs of the service. One's appointment or salary is in no way influenced by political pulls or financial panics. Those who begin at once could easily prepare to pass the spring examination and secure one of these positions. The San Bernardino Business College is the only school in California making a specialty of training for this work and assisting young people to secure government appointment. This school has arranged with the authorities at ton to hold in San Bernardino examinations fhr 56 different government positions. Particulars can bo had by calling or writing the above s...