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Mountain Democrat, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1933, Placerville, California EIGHT TOX MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT MARCS at Mr and Mrs will Darlington ed to Sunday HARD TIMES DANCE At Rescue 5 Prises Given MUSIC Harmony Boys Tickets 40 Supper Salmon Falls Special Correspondence Pred Beneke Ludwig Busse and Miss 01 UHK.IMIU spent a couple of days last week at ranch William Mixen returned here day and expects to remain far f He spent the winter with his sister near Long Beach Mrs Nellie is spending several days in San Francisco this WORLD NEWS March 16 Happy Daze To Feature Variety 3 SOTT Oregon's political feud approached a climax j Vaudeville Show clay when Llewellyn Banks former publisher there shot and killed Con- stable George Prescott Screen March 17 Englebright Whip Congressman Harry L Englebright of Nevada City California was today named can whip in the House of tives Revived by Classes At High School the Mrs Clara of Sacramento March visited her cousin Mrs Florence 11 burz and Sunday A Red and White Store Friday Saturday STEEL WOOL Parlor Matches 6 Blue and White BREAD and CUTTER PICKLES I Best Foods j 2 jars j Miss Ruth Warren and Joe Wells of Stockton were married recently Mrs Wells is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Warren of French Camp and niece of Mrs Will Miller The bride is postmistress at where the couple will make their home Mr Wellb has a position with the lumber i company there Plans Prime Minister sey MacDonald of England was in i wome wun Mussolini on plans for preserving peace March ZO Assassin Dies G Zangara who ly wounded Mayor Anton Cermak of Chicago on February 15 in an attempt to assassinate Roosevelt at j Miami died in the electric chair at the Florida state prison today Junior and Senior classes of county high forces this year and in lieu of their annual will present a joint variety program at the high school auditorium Friday night March 31 The presentation bears the general title Daze Prior to the curtain the high school Dana win give a under the direction of Charles W Ball and the will play between each act In addition to the one-act play Shot in the his told about elsewhere in these columns there will be a tumbling team under the j Forty-Second Street opened a three-day run at the Empire theater Wednesday night and it was the first tinie in months that Manager Atkins has had patrons standing in the lobby to wait for the second show It is that kind of a show Liberty voted it a four-star show and we concur absolutely It's a great big musical show the biggest one you've seen on the screen anywhere in months of their seats with her dancing And Una Merkel And Warner Baxter It's a great show Has a little story that runs along through it It's kind Of a cute little Laic Aild the They fly hot and heavy so you'll have to listen close If you care for the lighter form of Latrobe Odd Fellows In Charge of W Look to The Funeral services were held afternoon at the I O O p W Look who died recently were under the auspices of the I P lodge of which Mr Look member Burial was at Plymouth with services pt the graveside auspices of the N S G W friends of the deceased in attendance including a number residents of the Won Shakespeare Garden Group Meets Tuesday Afternoon T with music songs and j ern revue with negro dialogue tap CARROTS Bulk Mountain Grown T- i i i I i V h Bulk II There was a large attendance at the play ana dance given at day evening Among those from this section who were there are Mr and Mrs Leo Kelly Mr and Mrs Don Lilly Mr and Mrs Prod Brancs Mr and Mrs Will Miller Misses Cleora Vnn Hyp Annie and cne Miller Orran Van Dye Lester Ford A H Back Peter I or Barnes John r sor William Hawthorne and Henry Gray To Mine Returns With Water Ohio Floods Rising waters in the valley had in at least eight deaths and a dous property damage as rivers in- undated cities and farms Jobless Relief In a special sage to Congress today President provide work for 250.000 men in the early summer Ke proposed 1 ment of workers for quick public em- ployment 2 Grants to states for re- lief work and 3 Creation of a broad public works program Each Quarter Size Spe Cake laic Garden Valley Special to The i Tiie Davenport mine has j operation alter a made necessary by lack of water They report si fine The mine is being operated by i tt ui dancing and instrumental music under the direction of Miss Lillian In addition the in let the participants will be as Tumbling Ray Raudio Tom j Raudio Henry Meyers Jack Van Vleck Harry Billy I anr j Bay Bishop Ray ury Plantation Glenn Vroman anor Tagmeier Lowell Alan Moser Norvin Wallace Ray Hottinger and Earnest Old Fashioned quit Pauline Seymour Aldena Vivian Lavera mer Morgan Lois Melchoir dancing see Forty Second Street i It lives up to its reputation j We're not going to tell you the j story but we want to put in a word for Warner Baxter he good The whole show is good club will meet next Tuesday afternoon at the clubhouse at 2 o'clock p j Holsinger of Sacramento will construction of hot beds Member are reminded to bring any plants they may have to exchange for this is the regular exchange day The group also discussed plans for a Spring show Corning Saturday our old friend Tom Mix with Tony in Flaming Guns and Sunday and Monday bara Stanwyck in Ladies They Talk About which is the on the in unson GUIDANCE Have me co stars for guidance in ness love aud lite other i affairs of your life Write me today Nils Knarf The er 612 San Miguel Way mento Calif Tuesday brings Una again with Irene Dunn and Phillips Holmes in The Secret of Madame Blanche Ml 22 r Bacchi Robert Barker John ell former chairman of the board of Ernm the National City Bank of New York chades Van nas Deen wrested on charges of in- tax frauds and is at liberty on bail The government is going to speed such prosecutions And don't forget next Thursday j night is the N S G W N D G W I benefit for Homeless children night i THURSDAY and FRIDAY WARNER BAXTER IELS BRENT UNA MERKEL RIis Al Johson CICK GUY KIRBE in 42nd STREET nest Roy arid Jack Firemen To Have on Tlie 3.2 beer i Supply You Need is nere If llierc's a job of lo lie done by all means do it with the best of and brushes I Ever start a painting job get it partly done and then find that the bristles I flf I Ji Just off hand we can I think of iiSe so annoying Cowe in We have everything you'll need thin Placerville Hardware Co mid Ibn be sold legally on April 7th Sunday Shoot arc tn ed for shoot oi Placerville Rule and Pistol G J Martin S Supreme Court Kills Law Taxing Chain Stores will I thirteenth Court of the United States by a six to three decision reversed the decision clared their Chain Store Tax Law un- constitutional i scores uic fact that if the law was enforced it r would lead to a discrimination which I j would compel operators ing in more than one trading area to i Special to The Fire Chief C S reports that everything is in shape tor the annual danco of the Five ment which is to be given Saturday night at the i u u if ban i ill Hid Oi Placerville depend en the proceeds of the dance to assist in meeting the ex- year and the dance usually is patronised not only by dents of this section but Dy citizens of the entire county SATURDAY ONLY Tom Mix and Tony in FEDERATED CHURCH J-lU-r T W 4 XV Uv C L Duff Don Goodrich 49 45 pay a amount more in taxes than those operating in but one 10 a in Sunday school Miss Laura C L 48 i county Leading counsel profess to sec i Ball C L Duff 4 w tmu U hv NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS The second installment of State and County Taxes for fiscal year is note payable and will be delinquent on 20th 1933 at 5 o'clock p m After which date a penalty of 5 per cent will be added and the advertised in the de- litt are payable at the office of the Tax Collector of El Dorado County at Cali CHAS F WOOD TAX Collector in and for El Dorado County MM Ml I M 1111 11111 11 11 i ti tin 49 A Berlund 44 L B Rantz C L Duff 45 C L Duff 45 Dr D W 43 Fred 43 j R Cook Dr D W Babcock 46 D J Bathurst 43 Fred Hosking 47 Fred Hosking 48 Rapid Fire Den Goodrich 38 G J Martin 43 L B Rantz T J Martin 43 F N Hosking A Berlund 39 j Sitting G J Martin 44 Don Goodrich 45 A incomplete C Duff 39 T J Martin 48 Lester B Rantz 47 A Beriund 43 F N Hosking 47 Dr D W Babcock 47 Ronard D J Bathurst 45 Offhand Don Goodi'ich 39 G J T J Martin 46 A Berlund 39 Lester B C Duff 35 Dr L B Fred N 45 Clarence Larsen 41 Dr D W Jerrett Rupley 38 Ronard Duncan J Bathurst 38 Ronard Cook 48 Fred 43 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who in any way helped during the illness and after the passing of our dear baby MR AND MRS JAMES FOOD SALE NOTICE A cooked food sale will be held at the Chamber of Commerce rooms on Saturday March by the women of the Federated Church Your campaign to tax chain stores Legion Auxiliary Plans Banquet Tuesday Night Members of the auxiliary unit to gion are planning a banquet social time and initiation of new members to be held Tuesday night March 28 The quota for this unit was set at 56 by the state department and up to the present time the unit has 63 bers It is hoped there will be a 100 per cent attendance at the dinner Those who attended the tri-county meeting at Lincoln on March 15 are lyn Bathurst Mr and Airs Joe Pauh- eco Mrs Ollie Irwin and Mrs enne li a in Morning worship in charge f 1 TV 7 p m Christian Endeavor ties 8 p m Evening Service in Charge of Rev C Null The El Dorado County Band will furnish music for this service under the direction of C W Ball Coloma 10 a m Sunday school 11 a ill Camino 2 p m Sunday school 3 p m Church service Union School House 2 p m Sunday school followed by sermon El Dorado 7.30 p m Evening worship FULL MISSION I H F Bottorff Pastor Flaming with RUTH HALL GEORGE HACKATHORNE and WILLIAM FARNUM i I Buck Jones Ranger Club ing at 1.15 p in SUNDAY Slid MONDAY O ladies in prison Barbara Stanwyck in LADIES THEY TALK ABOUT TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY The Secret of I- I with Irene Dunn Phillips Holmes Lionel Atwill and Una Merkel For Sale FOR SALE CHEAP Two 2 ISO- egg electric incubators one 1 chick electric brooder four 4 nest trap nests used one season one 1 Apply 207 Union Street Phone DE DANCE El Dorado Chapter of the Order of De will hold their sixth an- dance at the I O O F hall on the night of April 8th The ter was instituted in 1926 and the dance will commemorate their sixth birthday o V F W DANCE Sierra Nevada Post No 2680 V P W will hold there second annual dance on April 22nd at Coloma ers announcing the event are being printed by The Democrat and tickets will be on sale in the near future DANCE The annual dance of the El Dorado Livestock Association will be held Saturday night April 1 at Diamond Springs The event is being held this year at Diamond Springs In order to accomodate the large crowd expected NOTICE STOCKMEN Annual meeting of rado Livestock Association branch of California Association will be held at April 1 at 11 a m All stockmen invited B C CELIO Secretary is It Is claimed that Almond trees will be planted in the Butte County this Sunday school at 10 a m Morning worship at 11 Evangelistic Service at 7.15 p m Prayer meeting Tuesday 7.15 p m Camino Sunday school at 10.30 a m Evangelistic service at 1 p m FT Mb I ill Shingle Springs Sunday school at 2.15 p m Church service ai 3 p 111 EPISCOPAL CHURCH of Ov Saviour 26 fourth Sunday in Lent Holy Communion and sermon by the rector 11 a m Thursday evening services discontinued Holy Week and Easter services announced later The public is always welcome BARK O LEE Rector Christian Science 1 Christian Science Society Club House March 26 REALITY 11 a m Sunday School 8.30 a m Wednesday evening Meeting 8 p m CHURCH SERVICES Sabbath school at 10 a m Preaching service 11 a m Prayer meeting Wednesday 7 JO p m Placerville church on Jackson Street near Shakespeare dub Home Camino church on highway In On deciduous nursery For horns or commercial plantings GOLD NURSERY Phone FOR SALE Giant Sequoia trans- plants Four year stock to 4 ft high each including planting H M LUMSDEN Phone BEES FOR SALE Six strong hives inspected six empty boxes j thirty supers also j items included For cash MRS M STOLTZFUS Coloma CaJ Wanted WANTED Old books glass dishes powder horns and picture frames We will call and pay cash ANTIQUE SHOP 573 Mate St Placerville good free milling quarts vein Give full details in reply O Box 1030 Angels Camp For Rent FOR RENT Furnished house of rooms and beth modem 164 loma St Apply MRS W S KIRK Phone Miscellaneous PAINTING and furniture ing on our payment plan PAINT gROP Ow A Mam St
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