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GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
GLEANINGS from the MESSENGER Mrs. Catherine W. Pomeroy After bd illness of months, with the setting of the sun Jau. 31st, the soul of Mrs. Catherine Pomeroy was released from her suffering body and she was at rest. Catherine Welch Ackerman was born Dec. Bth, 1835, in the state of New Jersey. She was married on July 4th, 1852, to Mark Pomeroy in Plymouth, lud. Forty-eight years ago, Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy left their home in the East for the Golden West, by ship to Panama. They crossed the Isthmus and finally settled in San Jose, Cal., where they lived until 1868, when they movod to Hollister, Cal. In 1883 the family removed to Los Angeles, and after about a year’s residence there came to Lompoc, which continued to be their home uutil their deaths occurred (which in the case of Mr. Pomeroy was about ten years ago, and Mrs. Pomeroy at the time stated above). She was the mother of two sons, one of whom died at the age of 37, and the other, Foster, is living in Lompoc. Mrs. Pomeroy was an ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
THE RACKET Another SPECIAL SALE Commencing SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Ist m M m Big Reduction on large lot of shoes* .- .As a sample we quote Baby Moccasins in Kid for only looper pair. Also Bis: Reductions on some Shirt Waists and Ladies, Hose. Keep your eye on the Bargain Counter. In our goods we now have a fine assortment of F. P. and Laßeine Corsets ranging from 50c to $8.50 each. Some New Attractions^ Watch Our Window C. R. CORNING, Trustee LILLIAN CORNING, Manager Value of the Army Canteen. By Dr. ANITA NEWCOMB M’GEE, Formerly Assistant Sur/ieoja. U. S. A.. IKE every one who knows something, of^the subject-, :I-ara-heartily in favor of giving pur American soldiers their -club (called canteen), WHERE THEY. MAY EXJOY THEMSELVES HARMLESSLY As a woman and as a physician I deplore the horrible results of making a man seek his amusements where ho is liable to fall a prey to the WORST TEMPTATIONS. Instead of our liquors and wines, the Japanese use a beverage they prepare themselves, called s...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Back Again from Europe! By the solicitation of many frieuci and patients Dr. H. EHRLICH THE EMINENT Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon From Berlin, Germany, will make hi* next visit to LOMPOC Friday, Feb. 14 i HOTEL ARTHUR 8 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Cno Day Only, And return once a month. Do you want that; Catarrh med'.' Do you want that cured? Do you want to see with those' Weak, Watery, Dim ELyes? It so, &gt;:o and consult .Dr. Ehrlich this trip. It costs you m-thing to get his opinion. Hhiureds of patients .have been treated by him lately and are pleased. His wonderful cur. s are bringing the deaf and blind from all sections for relief, and they go home and n-H ■ others, and - the crowd increases each month. A hundred cases of Deafness and Noises have fried.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 f6 see again. Cataracts and Films nn fl...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
FRATERNAL SOCIETIES LA PURLSSIMA CHICLE, NO. 519. WOraen of Woodcraft, meets every second Friday evening of-each month at Forester’s Hal. Visiting Neighbors are cordially invited. Emna Long, Guardian Neighbor. Myrtle Higher. Clerk. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 248, I. O. O. F., meets every ■‘aturday evening at their hall, corner H and Ocean avenue, at 7:30 o’clock. All visiting brothers are invited to be present. Adam Benfman, N. G. F. J. Miller, Sec. LOMHOC LODGE, NO. 2C2, F. &amp; A. M. Staled meetings: Jifnnary 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, Ht. John’s Day.) J. KLEIN, W. M. 11. H. Lambert, Secretary. MIODELITO CHAPTER, O. E. H. Meets in I. O. O. F. hall the second and •foiu'lh Tuesdays of each month. MAUD BAILEY, W. M, Anna L. Dimock, Secretary. LOMPOC LODGE, NO. 67, K. of P., meets every Wednesday night. Hall on the corner of I street and Ocean avenue, over MoAdam &a...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
• GRAHAM DRUG CO. THE STOCKMEN’S FRIENDS Cutter’s Blackleg Vaccine I 0 I *0 e NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL Kreso Dip The great Antiseptic, Disinfectant and Deodorant for Cattle, Poultry, Etc. GRAHAM DRUG GO. . &gt;1 |«— ■•O' ■— ■ OF LOMPOC OFIFC^RS W. IT. SUDDEN, President JAMES SLOAN. Vice-President J. KLEIN, Cashier , L. K\HN, Ass’t Cashier THE FARMS AND MERCHANTS SAVINGS BANK OFFICERS CAP I’. K. SUDDEN, President W. H. SUDDEN, Vioe-Pbes, J. KLEIN, Cashier W . G. BISSINGER, Ass’t Cash’s Combined Capital and Surplus . $175,000.00 Four and.One-Half Per Cent Interest Paid On Savings Deposits EXCHANGE DRAWN ON ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ■Mt FMllfe ) I ! m 34 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 beauties. Also a fine line of Morris chairs —leather upholster ing. Come in and inspect them. LONG, Leading Furniture Dealer 'tdm 809 S. Hill St., Lot Angeles, Ga...
BRIEF LOCALS [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
BRIEF LOCALS 1. M. Clark is away on a visit to Ban Jose. James Smith moved into bis Sue new home on H street last Friday. BORN—To Prof, and Mrs. C. 6. Dodds a eon, this morning, Feb 84b. Mrs. H. E. Denton left, Wed : cesday for a few weeks’ visit in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Tucker left on Tuesday for a two week's va cation up north. Br'er Harris of the Record took a little jaunt into the southland this week. Miss Emma Robinson has returned from her visit in the southern part of the state. Dr. and Mrs. Peek have rented and will occupy the Miss Telford cottage on South H street. The high school pupils had a x holiday Monday, while a new furnace was put iu the building. - Miss Stewart returned to her home iu Santa Barbara Friday after a visit with Lompoc friends. A moving picture company has been presenting the “Passion Flay" at the opera house this week. The supervisors met in regular cession last Monday, but transacted business of no particular importance. Mrs. Day, Grand Chan...
Fire At Santa Maria Destroy* Planing Mill [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Fire At Santa Maria Destroy* Planing Mill Tbe Santa Maria' planing mill, of which the old Lompoc planing mill formed the basis, was completely destroged by fire on last §unday morning, entailing a loss of between $15,000 and $17,000. The fire occurred at about 6 o'clock and when discovered was a roaring mass of flames, with which the fire department was unable to cope. There wasn’t enough of the mill left in the way of stock and material to hardly be reckoned, and it is thought also tbat«n account of the intense heat every portion of machinery was ruined, unless possibly one or two of the heavier pieces, composed wholly of iron and steel. There-was no insurance on any portion of the building or contents, tbe rate, $9 per $lOO, being considered too high by the owners. The cause of the fire is unknown, but is supposed to have been tbe work of tramps who had found that shavings and sawdust were not inferior ftfr bed pur. poses. The plant was run by electric power, which - leaves out of...
Old Gentleman Dies Suddenly Near Surf [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Old Gentleman Dies Suddenly Near Surf James Newman, an .old gentleman who had made Surf and vicinity bis habitat for several years, was found dead in his cabin yesterday morning by the S. F. track walker. The latter gentleman was in the habit of delivering Newman his mail and from the track gave him a signal by posting a flag. When the track walker made his return trip yesterday morning he found that the mail bad not been taken nor the flag disturbed, which prompted him to go to cabin and there he found tbe old man cftid in death. There was nothing to show that he had died from other than natural causes. Undertaker Long brought the body to, Lompoc yesterday and this morning a coroner’s jury before Justice Broughton brought in a verdict in accordance with tbpse facts. E. R. Hubbard, the reliable jeweler, has just placed in bis show Window the largest stock of fountain pens ever brought to Lompoc. They are fully warranted 14 carat solid gold and on accouut of the large number purchase...
Bryan Gub Organized Last Saturday Night [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Bryan Gub Organized Last Saturday Night On Saturday night last at the town hall there was an enthusiastic meeting of democrats and a fair sprinkling of republicans. The call, was issued by Dr. Dimock on behalf of the democrats of Lompoc and was for the purpose of organizing a Bryan Club. Max Popper of San Francisco was present in his official capacity as slate organizer of Bryan clubs, and as he is and has been for years, one of the state’* greatest exponents of democracy, his presence seemed to rouse interest to the highest pitch. He spoke ou the advantages of organization, that by concentration of effort great things bad been done for democracy in the state in the past and that it was bis sincere belief that tbey could be done again this year. He offered praise to the present administration for certain of its achievements, alLof which are embodied, however, in the doctiine as expounded by Mr. Bryan, and that in the event of election his administration would be equally as strenuous...
Interesting Report Of Our Public library [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Interesting Report Of Our Public library Following is the report of the Public Libjary from Jan. Bth to Feb. 1,1908; No. volumes in library Jan. 8 439 Added since by— Albert Meals 3 Mrs. J. F. Frick 3 - Mr. Maloney 4 Mr. C. B C0rning........ 3 Mrs. Albert Dunlap 3 Mrs. F B. Moore ...16 Mrs. J. D. McCabe........ 3 Mrs. Lottie F0rbeft........ 7 Mrs. Jamas Sloan I James Edrington I Purchase 56 ' Total 100 Total No. volumes.... 639 Registered card holders Jan. Blh 110 Added since :... 51 Total v 161 Amount of fines Jan. 8tb....$ .60 Collected since 40 Total 1100 No. books issued Jan. Bth,. 303 No books issued from Jan. Bth to Feb. Ist 355 Total No. books issued..6sB Magazines issued from Jaor. Bth to Feb. Ist. 21 ESTELLE G. WHITE, Librarian. Ring’s Little Liver Pill* wake up lazy livers, clean the system and clear the skin. Try them for biliousness and sick headache. Price 25c. Sold by Graham Drag Co, Use Oe Witt’s Little Early Bisen. pleasant little pills. They are easy to take. Sold b...
Non-Suit Denied In Larsen Damage Case [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Non-Suit Denied In Larsen Damage Case The damage suit of Albert Larsen, son of Soren Larsen of this city, against the MagneSilica company of Los Angeles, came on for trial m the superior court last Tuesday, and the outcome is awaited with considerable interest by the many friends of the family here. Albert Larsen was terribly injured on Sept. 3d, 1906, and for weeks it was not expected that he would live. The following from the Santaßarbara Press relates the proceedings as thus far developed: “The amount of damages demanded, and the prospect of a long and bitterly fought contest add interest to the case. “Albert Larsen, a boy of 18, employed in the infusorial earth quarry of the defudant corporation, received injuries to the backbone from a fall of rock, crippling him for life and resulting in the paralysis of his legs, as well as the almost complete breaking down of a previously good constitution. Tbs complaint is made by the boy’s father, 8. Larsen, who alleges that the company wa...
Answers Bank’s Suit [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Answers Bank’s Suit Answer was made by the defendant this week to the complaint in the case of tbe Lompoc Valley bank against H. 8. Stephenson and E. J. Marshall, a promissory note being involved. It was denied by the defendants that J. W. Hobson, who made the note, the drawing of which was admitted, was an employe of defendants at tbe time the note whs drawn. There are other denials of statements made by the plain, tiff and defendant asks not only for dismissal of the actions, with costs, but likewise for an order for the cancellation of the indorsements on tbe note releasing them from further liability.— Santa Barbara IndependeuT.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
'^H^LMLUL.iiiULIIikLL^^HA.L.LLUiki.L.U.i.UL.iiikt.L. Winter Is Here y and no doubt you want- Good Shoes. Try a pair of the CELEBRATED Napa Tan You can get diem for men or boys from A. J. NEGUS Successor to MOORE &amp; NEGUS EVERYTHING Everything ... IN ' Crockery No matter what you may want in this line, we have it... Chip stotek complains a full line of every class of gootls from the finest imported China to common kitchen crockery. Each article is of excellent quality, but reasonable price ,We have three pretty dinner patterns in stock and will sell you anything from one cup and saucer to a complete dinner set, and the best of this is t hat you can replace any piece that is lost or broken. Come in and see for yourself. W. A. SAUNDERS &amp; CO
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
'# I NIC ORPORATED Skirts AND Coats Only a few left and these must go before the Early Spring is here Jan. 25 to Feb. 1 -- NO LONGER ...A Few of the Bargains in... Ladies’ and Children’s Coats One only, brown Broad Cloth Coat, regular price $13.50, during sale only fH./j One only, light tan. Broad Cloth Coat, regular price during sale $9.75 One only, dark tan Broad Cloth Coat, regular price $13.50, sale f«F«/v Thi ■ee only, black and white mixed goods, regular price $B.OO, during sale .$6*75 One only, handsome black Broad Cloth price $lB.OO, m aa during sale $14.1/1/ Handsome Reductions in All Chilkren’s Coats. Large assortment to select from T LADIES* SKIRTS One only, blue Panama, real AA value $7, this week SS.UU One only, black Batiste, real AA value $7, this week $5.00 All our $3.75 skirts during this AA sale only f J.UU 1.00 skirts dining All our sale .... All our $5.00 skirts during this AA sale only $4.00 Lota of Them to Choose Frem Don’t Miss the Chance So Large Line of Shir...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
For Rent Af\ Acres of the best Jcind of • v hay ground for rent at $5 an acre. Inquire of F. M. RUDOLPH. Lompoc, Gal. KODOL For Dyspepsia and Indigestion is tbe result of a scientific combination of natural digestauts witli vegetable acids and contains tbe 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 ia pleasant,prompt and thorough. Hold by Graham Drag Co. Rough dry washing, flat pieces ironed, only 35 cents per dozen does not include shirts, collars, cuffs, spreads or other similar work. LOMPOC STEAM . LAUNDRY. Wood for Sale Twenty-five tiers of the finest kind of cypress wood at only $5.50 a cord on the ground. Call ou or ring up LOWELL SHANKLIN Notice to Creditors Estate of Henry If. Ryon, deceased. t Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, executor of the es tate of Henry N. Ryon, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against t...