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l,n;"!c rdil Mstnubyslcs. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
l,n ; "!c rdil Mstnubyslcs. Joaquin Miller* was once conversing with a learned professor who was visiting California. To the poet’s query, "What do you do?” the professor answered that he held the chair of metaphysics and logic at a New England university. Whereupon the jgnerable Miller, with an encouraging smile, reassuringly patted the professor on the shoulder. “Logic and metaphysics, eh? Well, I suppose we must have people to look after those things, even if they don’t exist.”
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
This Advertisemtht Of Hood’s Sarsaparilla is to remind you of its great merit as a blood purifier, appetitegiver, and as a nerve, stomach and digestive tonic. Nothing else like it, no other has so good a- record, no other will do you so much good. It cures. Scrofula 16 Years-’’ Hood’s Sarsaparilla has cured me of scrofula, with which 1 have been troubled for 16 years. My little daughter had a scrofula swelling on her neck and Hood's Sarsaparilla also cured her. Mrs. G. Morris, Annandale, Minnesota. Dyspepsia —“ I was troubled for months with dyspepsia and could not oat anything without distress. 1 began _ taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and was soon improving. 1 took it steadily until I was cured. Lydia Me Wheeler, Athol. Mass. Rheumatism-"! was severely afflicted with rheumatism, my knees badly swollen. Hood's Sarsaparilla helped me after other .._lped medicines failed and it has lengthened my life.” Jessje Killmer. Middle Grove, N. X. Hood’s Sarsaparilla is sold everywhere. In the.usua...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Thos. Gale, of Alaska, Member of IJ.S.Congress Well Known on the Pacific Slope. His Washington Address is 1312 9th St., N. W., Washington, D. C. CONGRESSMAN THOS. CALE. Hon. Thos. Cale, who was elected to Congress from Alaska, is well known on the Pacific slope, where he has resided. His Washington,address is 1.319th St., N. W., Washington. 1). C. Washington, D. C. Peruna Drug Co., Columbus, Ohio. Gentlemen; I can cheerfully recommend Peruna as a very efficient remedy for coughs and colds. Thomas Cale. Hon. C. Slcmp, Congressman from Virginia, writes,: ‘T have used your valuable remedy. Peruna, with beneficial ftsults, and can unhesitatingly recommend your remedy as an invigorating tonic and an effective and permanent cure for catarrh.” MAN-A-LIN, THE IDEAL LAXATIVE.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Habitual Constipation May bo permanently overcome by proper personal efforts with the assistance of the one truly beneficial laxative remedy, Syrup of figs ant Elixir of Sen w hien enables one to form rcgul ienno, habits daily so that assistance tanature may bo gradually disponSedwith when po as tlie best of remedies, wheni required, areto assist nature and not to supplant tbe natural functions, which must depend ultimately upon proper nourishment, proper efforts, and right living generally. ’To get its beneficial effects, always buy-tbe genuine \ monujacturedoy the California Ftp Syrup Co. only SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS one size oiily, regular price 50$ per Bottle
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
Why Refer to Doctors Because we make medicines for them. We give them the formula for Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral, and they prescribe it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, consumption. ' They trust it. Then you can "afford to trust it. Sold for over 60 years. “ Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral Isa remedy that should be in every home. I have used a great deal of it for hard coughs and colds, and I know what a splendid medicine It is. I cannot recommend it too highly,”—MAßK E. Cohen, Hyde Park, Mass. A Hade ty J. C. Ayer Co., fiowe!]. Also manufacturers of 9 SARSAPARILLA CIV'IO HAIR VIGOR. Ayer’s Pills greatly aid the Cherry Pectoral In breaking up a cold. IORSE SEEDS SPROUT You and Nature do the rest Send name and address and we will mail you, free, our new 1908 CATALOGUE 4 of Seeds, Plants and Trees C. C MORSE &amp;CO. 40 Jackson St., San Francisco (Successors to Cox Seed Co.) [Ysseeds * Forfresh~^r~' ness,purity and reliability, Ferry’sSeeds are in a class by themselves. Farmers have confiden...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 8 February 1908
SKIN DISEASES HUMORS IN THE BLOOD When the blood is pure, fresh and healthy, the skin will be soft, smooth and free from blemishes, but when some acid humor takes root in the circu lation its presence is manifested by a skin eruption or disease. . humors get into the blood, generally because of an inactive or slugg condition of the members of the body whose duty it is to collec an ny off the waste and refuse matter of the system. unhealthy matter is leh. to sour and ferment and soon the circulation becomes charged with the acia poison, i The blood begins to throw off the humors and acids through rne pores and glands of the skin, producing Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum and skin eruptions of various kinds. Eczema appears, usaa y with a slight redness of the skin "followed by pustules from which there flows a sticky fluid that dries and forms a crust, and the itching is intense. It is generally on the back, breast, face, arms and legs, though other parts of the body may b...
THAW MAY SOON HAVE LIBERTY. if Found Sane the Mattewan Asylum Author* Hies Will Request His Release. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908
THAW MAY SOON HAVE LIBERTY. if Found Sane the Mattewan Asylum Author* Hies Will Request His Release. Fishkill, N. Y. —Harry K. Thaw has requested that neither his wife nor his mother visit him while he is at Mattea wan. Matteawan, N. Y—Dr. Lamb, Superintendent of the State Hospital for the Criminal Insane, said that if, after thirty days or so, it is his belief that Harry K. Thaw is sane, it will be within the province of the hospital authorities to so certify to the court and recommend his release. A commission in lunacy or other proceedings would not be necessary, he declared. He is considered a model prisoner by the physicians, and, owing to his good behavior, he is allowed certain special privileges. That there is friction among Thaw’s counsel over the question of whether an attempt to have him released shall or shall not be made is denied, and it is stated that Evelyn Nesbit Thaw, wife of the patient, has become reconciled to Thaw remaining at the hospital for the present. It i...
Duty More Than Cost of Cigars. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908
Duty More Than Cost of Cigars. New York.—Benjamin Ide Wheeler of the University of California has asked the Treasury Department to return to him demanded unjustly as duty on two boxes of cigars sent to him as a present by a friend in Manila. The boxes of cigars would cost 95 in Manila. Dr. Wheeler paid the duty and then put the matter before the United States Board of General Appraisers in this city. The board to-day decided adversely to President Wheeler. In his letter President Wheeler says in part: “I make this protest that I may bring into high relief the improprieties of the Philippine tariff, and perhaps serve thereby, in some measure, the general good.”
Fifty-Four Years In the Malls. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908
Fifty-Four Years In the Malls. New York.—After it had been more than fifty-four years in the mails, a letter was delivered a few days ago to Mrs. Elizabeth B. Nichols of Newark, N. J. The letter was written by Miss Fanny M. Brittin, Mrs. Nichols’ cousin, who lives in El Paso, Texas, and who attended school with Mrs. Nichols more than half a century ago. The ink inside the letter is so badly faded that the letter is hardly decipherable, but the address is plain. The envelope was badly worn, but had held together. No one has been able to offer any explanation for the whereabouts of the letter during the years that have elapsed since it was mailed.
Indiana Republicans Favor Fairbanks. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908
Indiana Republicans Favor Fairbanks. Indianapolis.—lndiana Republicans selected in district convention twentysix delegates to the National Convention at Chicago. Four delegates at large will be chosen by the Slate convention on April 2. In every district resolutions were adopted unanimously, indorsing the candidacy of Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks for the Presidential nomination and instructing the delegates to vote for him. George Ade of Dentlaud, the humorist and playwright, was elected a delegate to the National Convention.
Soldiers Perish in Snowstorm. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908
Soldiers Perish in Snowstorm. Ain Serfa, Algeria—Twenty-eight men of the Twentieth Company of the Foreign Legion, and probably others of the same company, perished on February 1 in a blinding snowstorm which overtook the soldiers on their way to Fort Hassa. The entire company became separated, and later the rescuers recovered the bodies of twenty-one of them. A section of the company succeeded in reaching Fort Hassa in a pitiable condition, but many are unaccounted for.
Prison for Cuban Revolutionists. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908
Prison for Cuban Revolutionists. Havana. —The audieucia court rendered a verdict in the case of the six men indicted last September on the charge of attempting to subvert the Provisional Government and massacre or drive out the Americans from Cuba. Masso Parra, Jose Vila and Gabriel Guerra were convicted and sentenced to thirty-nine mouths’ imprisonment. Lara Miret and two others were acquitted. An appeal will be taken to the Supreme Court.
Japan Must Raise Money. [Newspaper Article] — Lompoc Journal — 15 February 1908
Japan Must Raise Money. Tokio. —After a heated debate lasting five hours an increase in the taxation bills on sugar, sake, alcohol, beer and kerosene was passed in the Diet. Masahisa Matsuda, acting Minister of Finance, stated that the increase in taxation was absolutely necessary. In the present financial condition of Japan he believed that the whole people would be willing to pay it.