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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 3, 1891, Woodland, California                               T-u VOL. XXVIII- WOODLAND, YOLO CAL., FRIDAY EVKNING, JULY 3, 1891. NO 3. SOCIETY MEETINGS n f MB it? MM Flt-V W ,vlll lueetflrat and third Friday even evorv month, In their hall. .lymplu Block, Kim street. Woodland M. USINESS CARDS. X. A HA J. CKAI'J CRAIG HAWKIN.S. ATTOftMKYB AND COUN3KLCIIIB-AT-LAW PubllO.'Ck Hive also a new and accurate Abstract of all lands in Yol County. DK. L. M. GRAY, PHYSICIAN AWD BUHGEOS 8PBCIAI. TO ASH NOSB. Jackson balding, residence, John Swphens. Telephone No, DH. J. CLABK, PHTBICIAK AITD SURGEON ATTEHItOJT O1VBN TO THE KAM AND SYB. Omce cornet nf Mala aaa "treela. rexl denre, earner First and Criss streets. Wood land Cat. Telephone No. 47. L. B HOLMES, D. S., MAIM STREET, OVER EXPRESS OFFICE Crown and Bridge Work a- Specialty. GAS, CHMntoFOHM. OR ETHER Administered Tor Extruding. L A. y. BrCIf, X. B-, W. A. DICE, D. D. a DICK SOX. DBXT18TS, WOODLAND, CAL Bant of Woodland Building. DR. B. EDGAR CAMPBELL. DKSTIST, WOODLAND and Parlors, removed to Armstrong DR. E. K. CALDWELL PHTS1CIAS 8URGEON O In Jack son Block, over Gray AHoa's DrueHtore Oak west of new school bouse. C. W. THOMAS. ATTORXKY A1TD COUNSELOR AT LAW Bi.ncic, WOODLAND, Cvi.. O. r. HCTBST. M DE RC1S-T HTJR.ST i HURST. ATTORNEVS-AT-tAW, NOTARY PDRLtO -Armstrong Alge Bulldinz, AIS ADDRESS. C. M. HEAD. ATTORXBY ASD OOUXSSLOR AT LAW WoodUnd, Califoruls A boy's just w quick ._ An ibeneii one. wiidon't jron forget Itl the FoBrth of Jnly 1 mm of (Jhlotse birth. Sat din ttr flmw Her to brother 1 met a mm other day who came. Good friends anil flrenorlii sill 1 am cot With nothing but a natlron and a pigtail. To Beat you overmuch, altljnngh mr speech Over In the game steamer with jrour uncle here, Khuli bf u miHrhlets an 1 e'er can makv it. And now bli gone, and bo. forsooth. For oLhervrlFf yon might en off too soon. Can auntie wito the laundry Just wel] And thus ruis glorious hourth be prenntare. Aa RQJ- Yankee that you ever saw. The lime irlll rnmo wbon 1 ahull kick, von bet! And oowltaa.ll nf right. We're But at i low Tn celebrate the glorious Fourth now. Beef Ton heir mcnhnuti Anil if jou do, (trap And first KUoir rus to congratulate Mj friend, tbe rnnng toy piatol SBJ-, old nuta, 1 nevf r Haw a flj lieht on j-our shape But wbftl 'twitu time to fade away. And an PnakT hay ban ever [arkled you ED vain. Thin j-ear 5-011 ronst remember that there U A bran new crop of boj-t Sa.ll tn and If you ran show what metal rod am made oft And if j-ou some help just call on no. We're liare to celebrate, and when ft eomen Rlgtton to nliat I tn KOintt to warbla now onto the quifl lipn TtiM I'm abnni to feed ynn with, and dont up If I perchance abntild bellow no plnwhBel dnde. Bnt I can Wltb Ihebesi of jou and when it cornea ToiailBunrHt.lwl. HIP iiowderefl ,ioe 1 Cutrauwacruf of laid on Can get there Just the wime, f f to Dow hang his hklr and drew In fancy i.tkewiaetba rocket no alouch. Not mnobl For oft upon occaaton hare 1 known i Hia frisky niha to tho hair right off A man'a bjsad bettor tbon his wife could do It. Lctok at the Roman and Greek fire; The oouatteflH cannona, and the nigger And tba torpedo, on whose maduBt phix So smilo of triampb restn, and fetofaU This noble band there la not of us Wko has the Band at And bow, mjr friendi, go forth and do beat. And tf yon maKe a Sole of thlc Why, do it BO that Uncle will Throughout tbe land, the bwt of TOO. TOM with ft Clari. Win pr.wn- in all Uie Couru. DOLLAR DR. GEO. H. JAUKSOJf. FBYStCIAS ASD tt HELPED GOT OS FOCTRTB OT JULY PLAYED A PAAT LN A LOVE EITOUT Offico and Residence over Oun'mu'r Sbcr- e. In Builtlioe. DR. H. D. LAWHEAD. PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Office, Jack son Hlook, Main St. fiver 'ton's drug ntore. West, 180L br Amertun Itocu Ail rlcbia QL.Y ei" claimed Albert. M nch must, b> to t ho liLIZABETH M. TATES, M. D. PHTB1CIAS ASH SURGEON Offlceovar Dr. Zimmerman's Druif 1 n- cor. of Lincoln Avenue and Elm atree 0 lo Id A. ii. and 2 to 4 f. K.__________________________________ F. E. BAKER. ATTOtWfEY-AT-LAlY, WOODLANH, CAL Roomn 1, and .1, Excelsior BlocM, v boy, by ihe moat oeasorioua reader, for tie waa not oolj naton- Ished but greatly Then, J. C. BALL. ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, WOODLAND, CAL Office Bank of Woodland. R. L SIMPSON. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, WOODLAND, CAL Will practice In all the Courts. Office vritt J. O. Bali, over Bank of Woodland, OAL. PHD O-1 CAPIT41, SURPLDS, II. P MKKRTTT, W. W BROWNKI.I-, VIC (i. Bnas. MAJIAUKR AXD CJIMUIRH O L. BICHIIOND ASSISTANT Corredji nn Punic Of California Sai KaL'l Bank of D, O. Mills A Co. -S New eirk Nntlonul Bank W Also draw on Ail the principal cities of E'lrope. _ BAjncraa BTTSISESS TBAI9ACTED FARMERS AND MECHANICS Oor. Fonrlti nnd J. Cftl. Capital, T   to lilntvA. After however, this aubject was lin'oiimtlcrmion of the still more ijiir -iti'in, whether any of, the nmi'iinih-rtii be iihctl that night, I or win-til i- r it sUonK! nil kept for Fourth A hoy linn n g cut ruiiny to rn nuliler tm mrh nrcfu'.lotis, uud It was frniifirlaiiL tt) rieculc- on the bowt way to netting Hrkwl, und nt tlie in me time get ii H ilin Knnil out nf t lint dollnr. Pinslly tt wa.1 drcLded thnt it best to wait till morning It in n tnost Interenting and tiling to notice how tuut Mem to be the most irrelrvrnt and work toKcther toward the fcHtonishmj- resului In tlih If It hud not for n hole in Mr. Whltiaker's penknife and a. dear little white ftiiRpr, i.nd if Albert hndn't off of cotto> JIM- work basket the day before, it would probably But this Is a little too fait. All went on as the boys bad planned it until Albert went to his room to wait for James, To be sure, George Waittaker had called to invite Maggie to a picnic next day, and Albert reflected with much dis- gust that he and MuftRie would stand by the gate for some times, and so keep hint waiting, but he knew Jamea was too wary to come till George had away, so he wai not alarmed. He looked out at tbe front Rftte Instead of going to bed, ]uat as he had done many times before, he said to himself, "I'll bet I wouldn't go sparkin' no gal if 1 as big as him I'd be down at the corner billiards Now tbe gate an old one, and Albert eomatimea whittled on it when he could not think what eLse to do, wherefore there were sometimes unexpected edges along the top of it. There waa one now, and a.i Mafcgieand George Whittaker stood there, never dreaming that Albert was looking on, how can anybody guess what they were talking rubbed her hand idly along this sharp cdBe, and suddenly gave little scream. "Ohl" she said, "I've run a aplmter in my finger." "Ohl" said George Whlttnker, vcrymttch agitated, "that is too bad. Let me take it out." And he took her hand in hw and looked nt it carefully. Then be took out his penknife. Now a small splinter tn a girl's finger may be or may not bo n matter of im- portance. U on circumstances Or- dinarily M a K i e wonld have pulled it out In a jiffy and nev erthought of It ngHin, but under the exist- ing circumitancci it omincic WHITTAKKIL took fully fifteen nt unites bsfore that finger wns in awch a condition fiat Whfttaker wan uliie to let go ot it. Just before he did so Albert apoke to himself again. "GoshI" ho said, "what a fool n fe.llerii to kiss a Rul's hand I IT ha wants to kins her, why don't he kiss her tn tbe mouth r Ste'd A gooA deal druther hi would." Very possibly George Whittaker did not know this. Ho let go her hand with a little eifth. and tba penknife into vent pocket. And the penknife slipped right througli and fell on the prouuti Maggie saw it fell and told him about it, and ha invest! Rated things, discovering tbat the lining and pocket were both torn. "Well, said ho. "tb.ftt for It. lout a silver dolUr last night. II must slipped through that hole." "You mmt have it mended right said MuRKie, with vrrmmnty promptnew "Come back In tho nfmng So thej went back, George nothlntr lath, ma found old Mr. WiNon pipe Ho did not oftattahip that WM ftoina oa, bmt 4 4F -f wntrsry approved It but 709 would never catch him going to bed until MaKBlo wu ufa In her own room. looked up Inquiringly when the room, and began with eo- tirtly unnecessary confusion to explain what bttd happened. Mr. Wilson did not talk much, bat whu he did tay to the point. Moreover, was wad of a joke. He lis- tened whila Maggie explained. then Htldarvly: "H'mi what comM of young man living alooe, trttti no women foltta to take care o( htm George was fully aa much embMrroned Maggie was at thU kind of speech, but there didn't Mem to be anyway of concealing hia confusion, while Maggie busied herself looking for a needle and thread. So he wood and while Mr. Wtl- IOB chuckled to and muttering tometufnit about "helping a lame Jog over s turned back to his read- ing. But Maggie didn't find her thread If Bbe had, perhaps Al- bert wouldn't been found MR. WILSON. out. searched through her wortc bas- ket, there wag no cotton there. She waa an exeewtmjrty human yoang woman, and she grew aagry. "That Albert LM been rifling ket ahe with some temper. 'He IB alwnya in miichief." Then a snilden tboaftnt came to her. "Oh, Georgel" she etclaimed. "I wonder If It was your dollar that he bought inch a lot of fireworks with." that? thatr" Mr. Wilson. "Oh, Magftte, "only Albert benight a lot of firecrackers today from old Mm. Jones. She tpeaklng to about it, and I wondtred when he got the money." George laughed. "That'a all be "If anybody found it I Itwu Albert." But Mr. Wilson looked He Mid nothing, however, and Maggie presently totmd some thread and mended the pocket, and the two young people went out to the gate again. When they gotottt- George gathered up hia oonrage and desperately. he aaid, "I wish you would mend all my Maggie laughed. "Why, I bopa they don't all need she said. "Of stammered George, "I mean they do need said Maggie, banging her head, "I don't know but what I might ander- take to do that." "But I mean for alwaya, for all your exclaimed George. After that there was aoine more and old Mr Wilson bad to come to the door twice to tell Maggie how late it before she came in. When she did come in be looked at her pretty closely, but ahe only aaid "Good night, and he kissed her and she went up stain while, he locked up. Then be followed, and going on up to the attic very quietly locked Albert's door on the ontnide. If that deluded youngster had not had hJm head out of the window looking for Jamea he probably have heard hia father, but as it was he drew up the bundle aU right, and hiding It under his bed lay down without knowing that be a prisoner. He was onr, though. Mr. Wihion had been B boy himself, and he had assigned Albert'! room to him with refer- to the fact that climbing out of the win- dow wu oat of the question. Therefore Al bert had noth- ing to do hot to wait, when Jbe found his door locked next morning, nntil such time KB his father aaw Qt to oo me Highest of all in Leavening U. S. Gov't Report Baking Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE NEW I NEW I NEW 1 IS NOW PREPARED TO GIVE-: BETTER FITS, BZTTER GOQRS, BETTER SATISFACTION THAN eVER. SUITS SUITS :CALL AND EXAMINE THEM FOE YOURSELF: Parlors a Few Doors West of the Postoffice. J. U. WINNINGER, F1B9T 10 THK FRONT WITH- New Spring Goods! 101 IS THE TO IAKE TOUR SELECTIONS. The Largest and Best Assorted Stock in the City of Woodland. Examine the Goods and Prices AND YOU ARE SURE TO BE PLEASED. JOHNSTON SEARS Practical Tinners and Plumbers, him. It was fine situation for a boy With a dollar's worth of fun io hia rootn, and tin impatient cbum whistling outside, of a Fourth of July It seemed a long time to wait, for Albert was awake four o'clock, bnt at a matter of fact Mr. Wilson went up quite early to bis boy's room. Entering, he [ound Albart fully dressed, looltmg uut of the window, listening to rnrioun noisea in ;be village. There were tears in his eyes, but be brushed them away before turning to apeak to bis tut her. "1 laid the father, "that you bought some Grecrackers yesterday "Yes, sir." said Albert. "Let me see said Mr. Wilson, nod ,he boy brooght out his bundle and opened t. "That is a fine lot. Where did you get the money to buy them "I found it. sir." "Where did you find it f" MHy the front gate." "Didn't you know who it belonged tof" "No, said the boy, hesitating a. lit- tle; and then with a desperate burst of CJiiratfehesmd. YOB. 1 knew well enough, Pop. don't you know it's the Fourth of July? I reckon when yon a boy fan wouldn't 'a' gone 'rouud bunting up owners for silver dollars when they Jumped right up at you, and you hadn't got no money nor no firecrackers." Now, Mr. Wilson did not auppoae for mitmtf that he would have done any nuch ..hiug, and moreover he liked the ratikncas, and although he did ntte ihu trap occasionally. believing that he ought o do he did not like it any more tnan Albert did. it wasn't the first time the boy li ui put him in quandary. "Well, my he said, not unkindly, after he had considered A "I am willing to mttkr but you must remember to be abore all things. Yon mast pay back that dollar "Yes, (mid Albert, delighted at get- ting ofTfto easily. But nftor be bad escaped from the honM and joined Jim. and the two wore disturb- ing the peace tff the best of their ability, ho saw a woll known coming down the village street, and ran toward It "Say. George exclaimed breathlessly, "ain't you going to be laughed and wild, "Whyf" 'Cos if you Albert, "I don't I'll have to be In any great hutry about payin' buck that dollar o1 yours wbat I found. It'll be in the family. jou know Ami (ioorge laughed again, and told him he needn't bo In any special hurry. Anil after the firecracker! were gone, Albert snlil con IHenttilly to JliB, "Afut nil, teller feel hMpabMurto m his money honest, don't ttf" GAS-FITIERS AMD GSKEfUL JOBBERS. Contracts Taken on the Most Reasonable Terms! REPAIRING GASOLINE STOVES A SPECIALTY. All work done by Experienced Workman, and warranted to last or money refunded. PRIOR BLOCK, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA. Slavens Steiner, ----The Housekeeper's Friends.---- ---------IK ADDITION TO--------- NEW AND SECOND-HAND FORNITDREI Carries the LAEGflST STOCK ot WALL PAPER add DECOB- ATIONS in Tolo Coimty, and offers them at Keducerl Bates. UPHOLSTERING, REPAIRING UD CIBIIET WORK Neatly Done, at BEABOKABLI OLYKPIO BLOCK. ETKST BTBEET W. H. SOULE, IN- ._ Wood and Gasoline Stoves of the Latest and Best Patterns. Plumbing and Jobbing in all its Branches Done by Experienced Workmen. -------No Pioneer Tinkers, or Men with Bunlona WORK QVARANTEED AS REPRESENTED. OPPOSITE BY HNS HOTJ5L. WD money "I don MM ASK YOUR GROCER FANCY "Snow-Flake Flour" OUARANTEKD THK WHITEST AND BKST Wr THK BXA.TK TAKEN FIRST PSEMIQB AT TBE STATE FAIR FOR THE LIST 8E1O Wl. -a MANU FACTUREO BY le- C. McCreary Co. -SACRAMENTO, CAL. WEST: VALLEY: LUMBER: COMPANY S. T. MOWDER Manager. --------DEALERS IX-------- Pnget Sound Pine, Mountain and Sugar Pine, Redwood Lumber? BKnds, lAme. flair, Plotter. Cwhfni ESr LUMBER SAWED TO ORDER. OEO. W LTP3UD, AOKNT XT WOODLAND. Sierra Lumber Comp'y, E. M. T1LDEN, Manager. N0 ----DKAIAM Sugar Pine, Yellow Pine and Spruce MOB, IIUDOI BUID, SHiXKS, R- H. Newton's Old Yard B   

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