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Put Counterfeits In Collection Boxes [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Put Counterfeits In Collection Boxes Orders have been issued iu a number of Bomau Catholic churches in Greater New York, directing ushers who take up collections, to discontinue giving change to those who wish to contribute. It has been the habit _hj-gtt t e-sltBrirge~to those who askecT for it on the ground they did not have coins of the size they wished to pot in the box. It has been discoveied that a large number of oouuteafeit half dollars found their way into the church collections in that manner. The passers of the money would drop a lead half dollar iuto (he box iu that manner and receive 25 cents in change. Many churches have been thus victimized, one church having thus found 82 of the counterfeit coins iu one Sunday’s collections. DeWitt’s Carbolized With Hazel Salvedon’t forget the name, and accept no substitute. Get DeWitt’s. It’s good for piles, Sold bj- Graham Drag Co,

Publication Title: Lompoc Journal
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GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER Brotherhood Meeting The regular meeting of the Brotherhood was held at the manse Monday night with a good representation of the membership present. Officers to serve for the next six mouths were elected as follows: John Kirkpatrick, president; O. Hoover, vice - president; Chester Gary, secretary; John Cullis, treasurer. A paper on “Concrete'’ was read by Frank Lown; a description of a sea voyage made by a boy fifty - two years ago was given by I. M. Clark and a discussion of “What Could Be Done to Improve Lompoc" was opened by C. B. Corning, who was followed by others, among whom were Attorney G. W. Meals, G. F. Learned, E. J. Conch, A. C. Whit temore, B. A. Lazier. The banquet feature was present as usual. A number of applicants were admitted to membership. The retiiiug officers who had served two terms were thanked for their efficient service and congratulated on the growth the Brotherhood has enjoyed, the membership having a little more than doubled i...

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A Call To Organize Local Bryan Club [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

A Call To Organize Local Bryan Club Every Democrat in this vicinity that believes in the fundamental principles of Democracy, “equal rights to all, and special privileges to none,” is earnestly requested to be present at a meeting to be held at the cit}' hall in Lompoc on the evening of Saturday, the first day of February, 1908, for the purpose of forming a Bryan Club. In union there is strength, so let the “intrepid” become organized and prepared to do our part in the great work of the Commoner. By request of many Democrats. H. C. DIMOCK, Secretary. Dr. A. H. Peek, late of San Francisco, but more recently of Santa Maria and Betteravia, has taken up his residence in Lompoc and will be associated with Dr. Graham. The doctor is a young man of unquestioned ability, and in Mrs. Peek Lotbpoc will have the honor of having as a resident the finest lady vio liuist in the state and of unusual culture along musical lines in general.

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The Sting Of Criticism [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

The Sting Of Criticism Criticism seems to grow in power, to hurt in direct proportion to its distance from the original source. It is dangerous enough at its best when spoken face to face in love and tactfulness; but when it becomes secondhand and reaches the one criticised in an indirect way, it has usually lost in its love and gained in its sting during the journey. We cannot control the criticisms of ourselves that reach us in this thoughtless or cowardly fashion; but we can see to it that we never have any* part in thus hurting others. Two simple rules will insure this: Besolutely refuse to puss on a criticism of another that has come to our ears; if we have any criticism of our own to make, make it directly to the one needing it, and never mention it to another soul. {Sometimes we shall hud that if we forbid ourselves second-hand criticising, the criticism will net be made at all. — Sunday School Times. It is very important and in fact it is absolnte>y necessary to h...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Claims Sustained United States Court of Claims Tl-.cs Publishers of 'Webster’s International Dictionary allege 1 hat it “i«, in fact,the popular Unabridged thoroughly re-edited in every detail, and vastly.euriched in every part, with the purpose of .adapting it to meet thp larger «nd severer requirements of another generation." AVe are of the opinion that this allegation ■most clearly and accurately describes the -work t hat nas been accomplished and the s esult that has been reached. The Dictionary, <is it jiow -stands, has been thoroughly recilitcdin every detail, has been corrected in every part, and is admirably adapted to meet the larger and severer requirements of * generation which demands more of popular Jdiilological knowledge than any generation hat the world hnscvcrcontained. It is perhaps needless to add that we refer Ao the dictionary in our judicial work as of the highest authority in accuracy of delink (ion; and that in.the futureas inihe past it frill be t...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

GREAT BARGAINS rHE RACKET Something Interesting c. R. CORNING, Trustee IWJSii! in this space next week LILLIAN CORNING, Manage 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 January, 1908, the 27th. H. C SWEETSER, County Tax Collector 1111 Highest cash Price Paid for wheat barley and oats U R. M. Shackelford, Gen. Mgr. A. C. Whittemoke, Agent

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Back Again fromEuropel By the solicitation of many frieatfi and patients Dr. H. EHRUCH THE EMINENT Eye.Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon From Berlin, Germany, will make hia next visit to LOMPOC Friday, Feb. 14 HOTEL ARTHUR 8 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. One Day Only, And return once a month. Do you want that Catarrh cured? Do you want that Deafness cured?* Do you want to see with those WeaK, Watery, Dim E-yes? If so. go. and consult Dr. Ehrlich this trip. It costs you nothing 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, and they go home and tell others, and the crowd increases each month. A hundred cases of Deafness and 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 ey<s have thrown away their glasses and are able to see again. Cataracts and Hlms on the eye...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

FRATERNAL SOCIETIES LA PUBISSIMA CIRCLE, NO. 519, WOnien of Woodcraft, meets every second Friday evening of each month at Dimock’a Hail. Visiting Neighbors are cordially invited. Emna Long. Guardian Neighbor. Mtbtlb Uiobee. Clerk.' LOMPOC LODGE, NoTiSTirO. O. F., meets every Saturday evening at their hall, corner 11 and Ocean avenue, af 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. & A. M. Stilted meetings: January 17, February 14, March 13, April 10, May 15, June 12.(24, St. John’s Day), July 10, August 7, September 4, October 9, November 6, December 8, (27, St. John’s Day.) I. KLEIN, W. M. H, H. Lambkbt, Secretary. MIGUEI.no CHAPTER, O. E. S. Meets in I. O. O. F. hall the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. MAUD HAILEY, W. M. Anna L. Dimock, Secretary. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 57, K. of P., meets every Wednesday night. Hall on the corner of I street and Ocean avenue, ovir MoAdam &a...

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BRIEF LOCALS [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

BRIEF LOCALS Don’t complain about the rain. It’s what we want —and lots of it. J. C. Meßeyuolds left for San Jose on Wednesday to remain indefinitely. Great bargains for cash for one week at the Racket. See their new ad. in this issue. Miss Mary Cooley has been added to the staff of instructors in the grammar school. Mrs. -Cleveland, wife of the manager of the Home Telephone company, is on the sick list. Henry Fabiug, one of the valley’s pioneers, died on Thursday.; He was about eighty years of age. The Scotch entertainment which was to be given this evening at the high school has been postponed. ■“A Royal Slave” at the opera house next Monday eveuiug, the 271h. Reserved seats at Hub- 1 bard’s. Sam Franks has gone toj Southern California, where he will, act as manager of a dairy near; Long Beach. J. P. Luxmore returned last evening from Oceano, where he spent a couple of weeks in rest and recreatiou. A Stoddard-Dayton automobile —in use only a year and originally, costing $3OOO, may...

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Lecture By W. J. Clarke The Well-Known Electrical Engineer of New York City, On Wonders of Modem Science and the Latest Marvels of Electricity [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Lecture By W. J. Clarke The Well-Known Electrical Engineer of New York City, On Wonders of Modem Science and the Latest Marvels of Electricity Mr. Clarke was llie first in this country to take up wireless telegraphy and was engaged by the New York Herald to report the first Liptou Yacht Races by wireless. Subsequently Mr. Clarke transmitted a photograph by wireless through a nine-inch brick wall for the same paper, and the achievemeutcaused such a stir that two columns of news in regard to it were cabled to the Paris edtion of the Herald. At the two e'ectrical exhibitions that have been given at the Chicago Coliseum, Mr. Clarke was selected to deliver the popular scientific lectures and has given a total total of nearly one hundred lectures in the Coliseum Annex. The selection of Mr. Clarke by an exhibition managed by the most prominent electrical business men in the country is certainly a very great compliment to his ability. Think of it, enough electric current passes through Mr. ...

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“A Royal Slave” [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

“A Royal Slave” Clarence Benoefs attractions are so well and favorably known in the eastern cities that it is with great pleasure Mr, J. W. Edrington, manager of the Lompoc opera house, announces the coming of one of their standard successes, “A Royal Slave,” which is booked to play here Monday evening, Jan. 27th. The author who wrote that other phenomenal success, “The Holy City,” which we also hope to see this season, has chosen for the action of the piece, the must romantic period in the history of Mexico, the brief reign of (be-un-fortunate Maxtnilian. The character of Aguilla, the descendant of the Moutezumas, the last of a race now extinct —is a poetic creation which appeals to our imagination. The other characters of a long and interesting cast are equally strongly drawn. The specialties introduced by the comedy element are strictly in keeping with the atmosphere of the surroundings and (he bit of sword-play in the duel scene, second act, is as pretty an exhibition as one cou...

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The Eagles Install And Give Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

The Eagles Install And Give Banquet On last Tuesday evening Lompoc Aerie No. 1700, Frajernal Order of Eagles, installed the following officers: Worthy President, Hugo Boie Worthy Vice President,. Harry Angler Worthy Chaplain, G F Learned. Secretary, Frank Miller Treasurer, Gaston Dreyfus Inside Guard, Ed Liudsell Outside Guard, Stephen llios Trustees: Ben Grossi, John C Lind, Peter Ponlseu. After the installation ceremonies, three new biids were given wings and an Eagles’ banquet indulged in. Speech making and social conversation followed. The Journal will have next week one hundred packages of seed, each package coutaiuiug five varieties, from the Agricultural department at Washington. They are sent out with the compliments of Senator Perkins and will be distributed to the first ones who'call. No reservations. The public library has subscribed for the following magazines: Review of {loviews, Saint Nicholas, Scribners, McClure’s and Womans' Home Companion. Also the following papers:...

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Joint Installation And Pythian Banquet [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Joint Installation And Pythian Banquet On last Saturday night the Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sifters held a joint installation of officers in their hall, followed by a sumptuous banquet and social feast iu the Odd Fellows’ banquet room. The hall was beautifully and artistically decorated for the occasion. The follhwing officers for the Pythian Sisters were installed: U E C, Annie Fisher P C, Lauia Rudolph E 8, Hattie Lewis , E J, Fannie Forbea M, Hattie Ruffner M of E, Hattie Danneberg M of R and C, Carrie Pratt P, Bertha Steel G of 0 T, Jennie Diraock Mrs. Hoover was the installing officer, assisted by Mrs. Julia Reed and Mrs. Anna Dimock. Mrs. Rudolph was presented with a beautiful emblematic pin and Mrs. Lester Mooie was also honored by her fraternal associates by..being presented with a handsome china plate. She left on Wednesday for Sun Francisco. The banquet was furnished by the Knights, who are known far and wide for their liberality and thoughtfulness. The Knights were i...

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Good Prospects For Santa Ynez Region [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Good Prospects For Santa Ynez Region George G. Bobbins of Santa Yuez, who is the field supeiinteudent of the Crocker oil interests in the Santa Yuez section, says that the Crockers and iheir allied interests have now four rigs boring for oil in that section and work will shortly be commenced on another well. The Crockets own the control in all of these, but English and Japanese capital is also heavily interested. The Santa Barbara County, Limited, has two rigs. The first well is now down 1200 feet. The drillers haye had considerable hard luck with the hole, having lost the drill twice, and now they are having trouble with a cave in. The companies will spend many hundreds of thousands of -dollars in the development of this field. They are confident of success. — Santa Barbara Independent.

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NOW IS THE TIME To Get Ready For Spring Civil Service Examinations [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

NOW IS THE TIME To Get Ready For Spring Civil Service Examinations Never before iu the history of the country has them been such demand fur help iu the various departments of the United States civil service and at salaries as high.. There are at present nearly 200,000 employees in the classified service whose appointments are obtained by examination. This number is being rapidly increased. TUft salaries are good, the work light, the hours short. No political pulls are necessary. Those who begin now should easily prepare to pass the spring civil service examination and secure a good government position. The San Bernardino Business College is tiie only school in California making a specialty of preparing young people for this work, and assisting them into the government service. This is one of 'the best - equipped business colleges in the west. Students attend here from Canada to Mexico and nearly all the western states. Particulars for the asking. By the death of bis ste;? father, Th...

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Cemetery Committee Makes Fine Progress [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Cemetery Committee Makes Fine Progress The cemetery improvement committee, of which J. C. Lind is chairman, repoits activity along the lines they have mapped out. Seven men have been at woik all week on the cemetery grounds and their labor is noticeable. The ruin has temporarily put a stop to their operations. Those owning lots and who have not yet signed to contribute towmd the maintenance of the cemetery are requested to call upon Mr. Lind as soon as possible. Also those who have already subscribed and who have teams will confer a favor by hauling to the cemetery one load of sand each. This is a commend able project to which all should lend a helping hand.

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The Masons Entertain Many Invited Guests [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

The Masons Entertain Many Invited Guests The Masons held open house last evening and presented a treat to numerousJuvited guests by in stalling the following: Master, Arthur Rudolph; 8 W, W. L. Talbott; J W, Sauford Beatty; treasurer, James Sloan; secretary, H. H, Lambert; S D, Ed Wilkins; J D, Walter Smith; marshal, Henry McCabe; chap lain, H. Poland; senior and junior muster of ceremonies, P. poulsen and Ftauk Rudolph; tyler, James McGee. The installing officer was D. J. Reese of Ventura.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 25 January 1908

Winter Is Here \ * and no doubt you want Good Shoes. Try a pair of the CELEBRATED Napa Tan You can get them for men or boys from A. J. NEGUS 1 Successor to MOORE & NEGUS SUPERIOR Stoves and Ranges ARE You still thinking of getting that new stove your wife has wanted so long? Then you are the man we want to see. We know some good things about stoves and would like to tell them to you. For instance, we know: That Superior Stoves and Ranges excel all others in the fineness of material as well as in cooking qualities. They are made from the ,best of new material, no scrap iron being used in any of their stoves; the men who makej them are expert workmen, and, lastly, the ’men who have them made are always on watch for some new process or device whica will better their product—if posWe are grWly interested in the stoves and you would be, too, if you would only come around and inspect one. W. A. SAUNDERS & CO

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