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   Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - December 28, 1912, Placerville, California                                1 i VOL. i LXI PLACEKYILLE, EL DOBADO COUNTY, CALIFOBNIA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, J912 DR. W. A. RECKERS S RANTS fog Situated in El Dorado County at an elevation of feet, above the anl abhe auow. Steam heated, electric lighted. All medical and surgical cases treated in up-to-date manner. Special electrical appli- and dry air apparatus for treating rheumatism and Sciatica. IRWIN IRWIN ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Offl.ie-Maln Street, opposite Placervllle.Cal. Court GEO. H. THOMPSON DISTRICT ATTORNEY OF EL DORAPO The Eastern Star Tree. COUNTY. Otttee PLACERVILLE, CAL in Court House. M. P. BENNETT ATTORiS EY-AT-LA W Piobate practice, givfn Placerville, Oal.. Bl.l attention E. W. WITMER ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR LAW PLACERVILLE, CAL. Di-mnwat Buildinsr. C. E. PETERS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW PLACEKViLLE. CAL. 1 and 2 Inch W. F. BRAY, ATTORN 13Y-AT-L Practices lu all the State and Fedciai Courih and U. 8. Land Office. Office Room In the FatmhilU f. Cal Fallen Leaf Chapter. No. 90. O. E. S.. celebrated Christmas in the good old fashioned way this year, with a tree from which Santa Glaus gathered a gift for every member of the order, and con vent ions were forgotten in the exchange of the season's greetings. At an early hour last Monday even- ing the assembly room in Masonic Temple was crowded with those of the Eastern Star fraternity, and after the routine business had been disposed of, Mis. Marion At wood, as principal of- licer of the Chapter, gave notice that the festivities would they did Everything from a beautiful turkey with sawdust body, and head and claws "an to sticks of striped candy, wonderfully woolly ani- mals, drums and other toys, bloomed on that tree for the "child- ren of a larger growth." who enjoyed them to the limit. After gifts had been sufficiently admired, a social re- union took place, during which Mrs. S. II. contributed a couple ol vocal numbers, and several infprma addresses were made. The serving of refreshments brought a happy affair to a close at a late hour. Happenings Here and There. Austin Boy spent Christmas day in Sacramento. Placerville, Dec. 25, to E DeLemosand wife, a son. A. S Lyon and family are spending Christmas at Cole's Station. Will McCuen and F. A. Boole were down from Camino Thursday. Mrs. Geo. Brownell of Vallejo is vis- iting her mother Mrs. N. Wonderly. Barss Son have a line of beauti- ful holiday gifts at the right prices. Benedict Ries, of Diamond Springs, registered at this office last Saturday. Art Dolls, all wood, at O'Donnells'. They are unbreakable, and the baby will like them. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sebring's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roser of Orland, Tehama county. Richard Mitchell, Jr. and wife, of Folsom, spent the holidays with Pla- cervillu relatives. Steve Weymouth came up from San Francisco Sunday to spend Christinas with his mother Blaze At the Parlow Home. What might have been a destruct- ive conflagration was narrowly avert- ed Thursday night when the roof of the B. G. Parlow hoineon Bedford Ave., ignited from a chimney which had been burning out fur several hours. The house is occupied by Mrs. J. J. Crawford and daughter Miss Bertha, who watched the burning chimney closely during the evening, but owing to the extreme cold and the icy con- dition of the steep roof it was im- possible to get to the chimney from the outside. At tlie heat ignited the woodwork in the gable e .d sur- rounding the chimney, and an alarm was turned in, the tiredepartment re- sponding promptly. The lirst of water turned' on. practically ex- tinguished the blaze, Unj flames, which afterward burst through the shingles being handled by boys w ho climbed through the attic window and by hanging on to the gable end were able to handle it with buckets of water, 'o avoid flooding the upper floors of the duelling, which were damaged to some extent as it w.i.-. it is thought that the loss is luliy covered bv insurance on the residence. S. H. RANTZ. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON-OWce In PoBtofflce Building, new entrance on Main ital 10 L. M. LEISENRING, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND Office. Entrance two I'ury House, Main St.- Coloma and Mill Street; Telephone. DB. JOHN P. FRIZELL PHYSICIAN AND Regis tered by the State Board of Medical Kxaml- nprs Office over ISarss' Jewelry Store, rla- ners. Office over........ cervllle, Cal. All calls answered. Tel. 1111____________________ Dr. O. P. FITCH EJENTIST. OFFICE Over I'o.stotJU-p Building vllle. 'Phone 274- DR. Main St. I'lai-er- M. SUMNER DENTIST, uj' -tain- Main street. PLACER VI LI.E_______ DR. W. A. JRANTZ BENTIST OFFICR Fail-child's Drue Store. Fhone 601. Office hours: 9 to 12: 1 to S- CLIFTON H. WILDMAN MINING ENGINEER Connty Surveyor of Dorado County Placerville. Cal. NATIONAL BANK OF D. 0, MILLS CO, SACBAVXKTO, CALIFORNIA. (Founded 1830) CAPITAL AND SURPLUS One Million Dollars Knight Templar Christmas Services. El Dorado Commandery No. 4, K. T- held their regular Christmas observ- ance at Masonic Hall on Wednesday morning, J. F. McKee, Eminent Com- mander presiding. After reading the sentiments proposed by the Grand En- campment of the U. S. to the Grand Commander of California, and the latter's response thereto, prayer was offered by Chaplain W. W. Bray. The choir of the Methodist church, assist- ed by. Mrs. S. B. Wilson and Mollie Carpenter, rendered an anthem and two hymns, Mrs. S. H. sang "The Star of and Nor- man Wilson played a trombone solo. Brief addresses were made by Past Commanders Dr. W. A. Rantzand W. K. Bray on ihespiritof Christmas and a Knights Templar relation thereto, and prayer concluded a most impress- ive service. After which the Knights dispensed hospitality in the adjoining- banquet room with a lavish hand, to their visiting fraters and friends. Catholic Christmas Service. Beginning at a. m.. four masses were held at the Catholic church Christmas morning, Iliyh mass being celebrated at one of the Paulist Fathers of San Francisco assisting Rev. Father Horgan. The music was beautifully rendered by Mrs. W. O. Pierce and son Rudolph and Mrs. Harry Nungesser. Board of Trade Meeting. Do not forget the special meeting of the Board'of Trade this (Friday) even- ing, to decide about the Pear Show and other matters of importance to El Dorado county. For three room cottage near Court House. Will sell on in- stallments. G. A. RICHAUDSON. Harry Inghain spent Christmas with relatives here, returning to Sacra- mento Thursday. Henry James returned to San Fran- cisco Thursday where he is employed by the National Ice Co Holiday cabinets of tine stationery at O'Donnell's. From 25c to uatesi cJorings and designs. Mrs. W. P. Mariner went to San Francisco Thursday for a few days, before returning to Lakeport. Mrs. M. A. Dennis and lie, spent Christinas in Sacramento with Mrs. Edick and daughter. Miss Myrtle Tagtmtsier of Snelling is here spending the holidays with the Friclce Telegraph. Tom Zurnuh spent Christmas with relatives in Placerville. Heisattend- ing business college in San Francisco. Miss Ann Patterson left last Thurs- day Tor Monrovia for a holiday visit with her uncle, Frank Miller, and familx. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hansen, of Smiths' Flat, spent Christmas with their son, Bert Henson and wife, in Sacramento. A OuunU IFTERES'T PAID On Twin CwttflmtM of DIRECTORS: C F. W. R- F. B, P. 0, Drencher H. Welnstock Wm.Schnw, Arthur K. Miller F.H T. U. Lltttefleld.................Ami. CaHhlrr O. C. Cotter...............-......Ant. Cashioe ELITE THEATRE TRAVEIJLE. Proprietor. Friday and Saturday, 5c and lOc Alkali Ike Raises the Devil Cowboy story Pathe's Weekly No. 35 Flirt or Heroine A Vitagraph story The VATICAN and His Holi- nesR Pope Pius X This picture taken by special permission of the Pope. The only pictures in existence of HIS HOLINESS Watch for the Date. 'PHONC, DM. T. WRCNN Wrenn Sanatorium Bulford ATMHM, Pliwnllli, Cil. i A Hoipital for Medical, Surgical, and Obstetrical Caaea. All modem covenieneec. Special ratea for Oonflnement Caaes. Mrs. Carrie Cohn is here from Berke- ley with her sons Irving and Lee to spend the holidays with her brother N. L. Kohn. Fred Richards, of San Francisco, spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Richards, and other rela- tives in this city. John DeHernardiand wife have been in San Francisco the past week on a holiday visit to their daughter, Mrs. Harry Chalmers. Fresfio Dec. 15. 1912, to Thomas Hayes and wife, an 8-lb. son Mrs. ilayes was formerly Miss Delia Morton of this place. Dr. Richard Ilosking and wife were among arrivals from San Francisco t.he last of the week, to spend Christ- mas with relatives here. The Misses Margaret and Annie Pol- ley arrived from Lakeview, Or., Satur- day, to spend the holidays with their mother, Mrs. Frank Smith. Finest toilet sets in town at O'Don- silver, ivory or composition. They are just, what you are looking for. Come in and see them. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cohn returned to their home at Placerville Tuesday after visiting for several days with P. C. Cohn and A swell new line of pin seal and real morocco hand bags at Fairchild's. A large assortment to select from, all the latest styles, at moderate prices. Mrs. II L. McCoy of Oakland, a rel- ative ot Bert McCoy, formerly of this place, will have charge of the Willow district school during the spring term. Mr. arid Mrs. D.O. Hulen, and Miss Vivian Weyman will leave, Sunday, on their return to Los Banos and Stockton repectively, after a holiday visit home. Mrs. M. F. Stewart left Friday for Oakland to visit with her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Jolly ami Mrs. S. P. Jevvett, the latter being on a holiday visit to Mrs. Jolly. Miss Gladys Alderson came up from Oakland the last of the week to spend Christmas at home. She has a good position in a millinery house -in Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Ilerron, of Dunsmuir, are spending the holidays in Placerville with Mrs. Ilerron's mother, Mrs. C. A. Marsh, and other relatives here. Tom Hately of the plumbing iirm of Hately and Hately Sacramento, who had the plumbing contract for the County Court House returned to Sacramento Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Tiios. Conger and two daughters came up from San Francis- co Monday evening, to spend the holi- days with Mrs. Conger's mother, Mrs. S. M. Hall, of this city. If you are troubled with chronic constipation, the mild and gentle ef- fect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes them especially suited to your case. For sale by Foi Bros., PJacerville, George Lucas returned to San Fran- cisco Thursday, and Miss Ivy Lucas to Sacramento where she la employed in the Pierce-Bosquit Abstract office both having come up for Christmas Railroad agent Chas. Sebring re- ports that the Christmas travel into and out of Placerville was very heavy this year. Forty-one round trip tick eta to other polnta and return were sold, and the number coming to the city was even heavier. Married At City by the Sea. Announcement of the marriage of Win. Parker former lOdilor ol ilic Placerville Republican and Muriel Millies has heen received in this city where both well known and where Ihe romance began, which lias culminated in the uniiiny of their fortunes for belter or fur Mii-s Milues was here lor several months with her father, a well-known news- paper man, who came in the hope of beneliting hib health. Ilis death oc- curred a few weeks ago and his re- mains were lakon to San Jose for burial. The weddiny of Mr. Parker and Miss Milnes look place at Santa Cruz Christmas day, the bride's uncle Llev. H. E, Milnes performing the cere- mony. They will re-uilu at Han ford where Mr. Parker is city editor of the Ilanford Journal. The Democrat joins their numerous friends in frater- nal greetings and congratulations. Another Christmas Wedding. Jack Lombardo received a telegram this Friday, announcing the marriage of his brother Charles Lorabardo snd Miss Stella Giannini of Drytown, Amador The wedding took place Thursday evening at the Cath- edral in Sacramento, after which, friends of the young couple tendered them a reception, and they lett Fri- day for Blue Canon where Mr. Lom- bardo is engaged in business. Miss Giannini. who is a trained nurse, is well-known here, where she was for a time employed at the Sana- torium, and she has often visited the J. F. Ralfetto family, as has Mr. Lom- bardo: and that is how it all happened. Mr. and Mrs. Lombardo'smuny Iriends here will congratulate each on win- ning the other, and wish thiin both a long and happy married life; the Democrat heartily concurring. We wish one and all a Happy and a Prosperous New Year. M. SIMON SON A Happy Affair. The residents of Coon Hollow cele- brated Christmas nl the school house last Monday evening. An interesting program of exercises took place under the direction of M'ss A Id rich, the teacher, after which a one-act comedy "The Interrupted Proposal'1 wasgiven by Annie Herman. Roberta, Hall. Mar- vel and May Marshall. Harvey Sting- er, George and Harlsun Weynian, which was a credit to those faking part, and great fun for the audience. At the close of the play E. A. Kiding- er, as Santa Clans dKtribtited pres- ents, candy, oranges and other good things from a decorated Christmas tree. The credit for i ho success of the affair is given to Mi- Annie Cam- eron, Miss Aldrich and Miss Ruth Hall, as organist, who wen; untiring in their efforts to make everyone en- joy the event. High School Teacher Marries. The El Dorado County High School is looking lor a new teacher in Ger- man and Mathematics. Miss Lulu ITolson left for the city ;it t ho close of school to spend the holiday vacation. A letter to the Hoard of 'Education, from Sacramento, informed that body hat she was to be married on Christ- nas day tn Franklin Black, of Oakland, and tendered her resigna- ion as one of tho stall of high school eachers. This is the third wedding n the ranks of the faculty to occur n tho winter, and a member of ihe Hoard of Education expresses an opin- on thai in the high school, at least. Jie lines, "in thespringayoung mans1 ancv, etc.'' iro by contraries. F. F. BARSS SON Entahliiitteil TDepot IF'or MAIN STHKKT, FINE SILVERWARE DIAMONDS, GOLD WATCHES, Native Son Pins Native Daughter Pins Society Pins of all Kinds A LINK OF T11K KK8I OPTICAL GOODS Gull and Si-tvi; your KVCH Examined. Watch Repairing and Cleaning a Specialty Sheriff Hand Has a Merry Christmas. it1 anyone in this county had a 'Merry i'hrKtinas" it wasSlioritl Hand and Deputy Sheriff Dormodv. Called ;o Greenwood in the morning to cap- ture ihe escaped lunatic, Nels Locke, and later to gather in and return to all, Pete Shepherd, for breaking pa- role, they were then confronted by a call from' I'leasant Valley to locate another asylum escape, Lal'e Newell, who had been seen in the neighbor- hood of the Juckea place, and they are still on the job. Who wouldn't be Sheriff V The New Court House Accepted. After the Court House had'been ac- cepted by the Supervisors last Mon day, it was thrown open to visitors who were coming and going all day. At night the electric lights in the building were all turned on until nine o'clocK, making the building a beauti ful sight. The handsome court room was dedicated by Judge Arnot in re- ceiving the report of the Grand Jury Goldfish Given Away. Two beautiful Goldfish given away with each 11.00 of Reiall Remedies. W. F. Fairchlld ft Son. J. W. BLAIR, J B BLAIR, Sec. and J. J. Blair Lumber and Land Co. OF AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF bUMBEP Oregon Cedar Shingles, Doors, Windows, Moulding, Sewer and Terra Cotta Pipe Lime, Shakes, Nails, Hay Agents Portland Standard Cement and for Rubberoid Roofincr IBVAXD KXXTMOV. MAX MX1MOV, A, MIERSON BANKING COMPANY (OoauMXoUl.) TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS Depoalti of Mercantile Tlrmi. and to Draws eionaiiM on all parUof world.   

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