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Boodier Gallagher Buying Property. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Boodier Gallagher Buying Property. Oakland. —A few days ago a deed was filed showing the sale to James L. Gallagher, the %&gt;odling Supervisor of San Francisco, of threejots iu the Lake Shore Heights tract. The deed stipulates that no house costing less than $3500 shall be erected upon the land. Gallagher recently purchased two other lots in the same district and plans to make his home on this side of the bay.
GOOD CROPS NOW ASSURED. Caßfomia Promotion Committee Issues Its Bulletin on Conditions In State. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
GOOD CROPS NOW ASSURED. Caßfomia Promotion Committee Issues Its Bulletin on Conditions In State. San Francisco. —In its January issue of the Bulletin for Progress the California Promotion Committee gives a summary of trade and business conditions in the State during the month ending January 28. The bulletin reports that the rainfall throughout the State has been extensive, insuring good crops and pasturage. Attention is (failed to the fact that small farms are now in demand. The following summary shows California conditions from December 29, 1907, to January 28, 1908, inclusive; Sair Francisco building permits, $l,San Francisco building permits since the fire, $94,644,563; Oakland building permits, $373,279; Los Angeles building permits, $454,929; San Diego building permits, $102,910; Sacramento building permits, $30,815; San Francisco real estate sales, 460, value $1,400,000; San Francisco bank clearings, $142,261,243.05; San Francisco bank clearings January, 1907, $199,352,120.14;...
Baby for a Lottery Prize. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Baby for a Lottery Prize. Minneapolis.—lncensed at what they term an “insult to motherhood,” a number of women in Minneapolis are making an effort to compel the manager of a local theater to desist from his announced plan or giving chances on a six weeks’ old child to all women who attend a certain matinee performance, and they threaten to secure an injunction to prevent it. The theater management says it is legitimate advertising scheme. The baby has been provided, and if nothing happens to prevent the human lottery will continue as outlined, the child going to the holder of the lucky number.
Government Needs More Men. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Government Needs More Men. San Francisco. —United States civil service examinations will be held in San Francisco February 26th for railway mail clerks, and on March 4th for the following: Apprentice draftsman, war department; statistician, geological survey; supervising engineer of road construction, war department; assistant geologist, geological survey; male aid, bureau of standards; telephone operator, quartermaster’s department at large. April 2d an examination will be held for coin counter. Applicants for this position must have had three years’ experience in handling money.
Depositors May Be Paid In Full. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Depositors May Be Paid In Full. New York. —The New Amsterdam National Bank, capitalized at $1,000,000, was closed by order of the Comptroller of the Currency and National Bank Examiner Charles A. Hanna was placed in charge. The institution’s liabilities are placed at $4,482,016, of which $2,065,272 is due to depositors. The bank’s officers assert that not only will every depositor be paid in full, but the stockholders will receive a substantial dividend.
WHAT THE WORLD HAS BEEN DOING Important Happenings of the Past Week Tersely Related in Short Paragraphs. Current Events In Every Part of the Globe Gathered by Many Correspondents , and Briefly Reviewed for the ' Benefit of Our Readers. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
WHAT THE WORLD HAS BEEN DOING Important Happenings of the Past Week Tersely Related in Short Paragraphs. Current Events In Every Part of the Globe Gathered by Many Correspondents , and Briefly Reviewed for the ' Benefit of Our Readers. London. —The fight between Burns and Jack Palmer of Newcastle, which was scheduled for February 1 has been postponed until February 10. Commerce, Miss. —Two negroes, whose names could not be learned, charged with having waylaid and killed their father for the purpose of robbery, were captured by a mob of negroes and lynched. Rochester, N. Y.—At the tournament of the Indoor .22-Caliber Rifle League Harry G. Harrison of Rochester lowered the world’s record in the rapidfiring contest, scoring 514 in 77 shots landing in 60 seconds. Pittsburg, Pa. —A new roller skating record was established at the tournament held here for the world’s championship, when Ollie Moore of Charlevoix, Mich., champjon one-mile roller skater, covered the five miles in 15:07. Stoc...
El Camino Real Discussed At Mass Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
El Camino Real Discussed At Mass Meeting It was a rousing and vigorous meeting on Tuesday night when the citizens of Lompoc assembled "at tlr6 Town hall to give expression to their views in the matter of having the Camino Real, or state highway, pass through our valley and town. All present were aware, as they have been aware for some time, that Lompoc in its relation to the rest of the county,'is a city of considerable isolation, and when it came to their knowledge that a commission had been appointed to make selection of this road they got busy. The opportunity of being placed on the map through the medium of a highway that is to traverse the state from practically one end to the other, appealed to them and in ringing speeches they voiced determination to work untiringly until Lompoc shall be given fitting and proper recognition. Which, however, O ' does not mean that Lompoc intends to resort to anything unfair, selfish or unreasonable, but by force of argument, backed by facts an...
Pyle For Senator [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Pyle For Senator Assemblyman E. M. Pyle of Santa Barbara has announced his candidacy for the state senatorship, to succeed C. -B. GreenwelJ of Ventura, who has held the office for eight years. The district is composed of Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. The Santa Barbara that Pyle will win the republican nomination bands dowu'aud the election just as easy. At times when yea don’t feel just right, when you hitve a bad stomach, take something right away that will assist digestion) not something that will stimulate for a time, but something that will positively do the very work that the stomach performs under ordinary and normal conditions, something that will make the food digest. To do (his yon mast take a natural digestant ♦ike Kodal for dyspepsia, Kodol is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids with natural digestants and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach. Each dose will digest more than 3,000 grains of good food. It is sure to afford prompt rerelief. It d...