Woodland Daily Democrat, July 3, 1894

Woodland Daily Democrat

July 03, 1894

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 3, 1894, Woodland, California VOL. XXXI f. WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 3. 1894. NO. 156 HURRYING HOf.'fc. Hurrying liomc us tho daj litflit dies, (Joes me WOHP> toiling Sonic where it jo} oils welcome lies, piallio mill jocund bong; Others who know but n lonely room, Cheerlobs h'-arth and a fure, Hurrying Some in the (U'eii'nuii: Some thcu joy tuid boine their ure, Hurrying home the roll by, Onuaul movi-h tlie world's KH'.II throng. Some to ei thfir i ost Others the u ay hoili huril and long; Somo h> be'icon of 1 mil aie led OM r I he nuth tiny roam; Sum" in the oi1 n -tie dread. All of tlu' i, .ill of tinni huti; illy.home. -Chaik-3 O'Neill in Doniiiioe'a Magazine. "MOVING.' He chanced to sit opposite me in a restaurant. 1 noted at once that be had a load on his mind and a vast quantity of miscelJaneou-.s objects in his pockets. Evidently nothing r_ a (j-rieitil lainily rei'n..v lur L" .t; Torpid I n :i, etc 1 UL at h.v. t ever ponitttl .'i the it ins i i jj cur- 'or all diseases cf i ith fourth pftrjr. Read This! BUY NONE BUT THE GENUINE gawks' SpecUcles. ol them handle other Spectacles Without Success bhowintf the (ircnt Popularity ol HAWKES1 GLASSES over all others. HI1- Optunl riant anil Factory IB one of the lo'-i to 111 tho United SLrttes. Establishes} Twenty-three Years Ago These FAMOUS GLASSES are Fitted to the Eye at the Store of LEITHOLD ELSTON, Woodland, Cal. COMPOUND. A. recent discovery by an old physician. Successfully nthly by thousands of dics. Is the only safen-id reliable medicine dis- covered. Beware of unprincipled druggists "who offer inferior medk ines in place of this. Ailc for Cook's Cotton Root Compound, take no tutc, or Inclose and 0 cents In postage In letter and vre-n-IU send, sealed, by return mall. Fullsealod particulars in plain envelope, to ladles 2 stamps. 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