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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - September 30, 1896, Woodland, California                               XXXVII. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY JS VENI TROUT HOOKED IN QUEER PLACES. Mr. KeiliiRS'x I.lvoly FiKlit With a J'ish liy IJorsul Flu. Tlios't'i-y v.'liii-h 10. Lincoln Kellogg tells in OiUing about ;i live pound trout liOcL'ccl iinil jjtukc.s trout fishermi'u think of fish they hitvu hooked in other places till' lilCiUtll. Mi1. KclloftK ii-fishing in early spring in a stream ir'ur thn foot of tho Olympic mountain, not far from eouiul. 'i'lu1 waa cold and icy, be- ing nichr.-l snow mostly, und tho did not bito K't frcvly as they v.-oulcl havo done it been Inter, when tho sun had warmed things up. Ho fished all the morning, but without .suc- cess, although his companion had cauyht a. 10 inch "Wo till he says, "as- jnir und lit flu flies, bright and dark black, blue and brown, red, yel- low and green ones, but to 110 avail. After luncheon wo separated. Jack went up stream and I down. Pivtty goon I to a favorable, pool. The river came dashing down over a long, steep riillo into a, broad, boiling pool, with a lay eddy up one side. I east hero ami (hero for a fevr moments. Then there was it heavy splash out in the foam, ar.d reel big-an to buzz. I serauibh :1 to tho .shore, and rucod down tho stream, entirely unatjlo to stop tho lish'i t :u.io up Clio eiluy, tlieji wf-iit down again three, times be- fore I could stop him. Then I got him into my and I saw tiiut IM him foul, jnul saw also how ic that hi.s rushes had been so powr rf nl. The hook had caught in his dorsal liti." When JSIr. Kellogg managed to work tho fiVh into a little coveirom which ho vriis able to rlirow ir. ci.it, not having iinj net or {-nil, ho that it weiglied five pounds. .Fishi rmeu know how ;i fish hooked in the side will pull, more especially in a current. They know further that 110 Jish makes so good u light, as one hooked in the tail flesh, where tho ho :k will not readily pull out. JHoro than on-.- trout struck a fish and iu-ramiy rhought it was a lour v even .-is pounder, judging from the ic pulled, but at on getting the net under the iish, has found it to be, a linle. follow of a pound or less hooked in tho tail. Tho place where li-lKTineu 1 ike. to hook their trout is clown in the corner of the month where the two lips meet. This is a tough place, and a hook fas- tened there is better than one fastened juiywhere else for hold fast qualities. Big trout are seldom or never taken when hooked in the lip, though otio hooked in tho tongue fights in an up hill struggle. But in either of these places the trout does not auike the light a tail hooked one does. The Sprt-aj of Superstition. Some say in Wales that if n, mnve's shoo is nailed to tho lintel of tho door no witch can ever enter tho hoyisi-, and that if one of them happens to go a neighbor's house a broom placed across the threshold by a, mr-mber of the fam- ily will prevent her leaving. Somebody has said that two straws laid crosswise on the threshold will servo the purpose quite effectually. A neighbor's wife heard one of them mumbling something to herself and believed that she was say- ing the Lord's Prayer backward. Some- body has also said that they can all be Bent after Pharaoh and his thai-lots into tho depths of the Keel sea if recourse be had to an expert, but that tho latter must be skilled in arithmetic, algebra, Hebrew, Greek, all the origi- nal (gwreiddicl) teiicrius before he can compass this mighty fear. The belief in these tilings is rapidly gaining ground- nowadays. It has al- ready crossed tho new bridge at; Cil- pwyii mill and has crept up from Corn Ingli, past Morfa, along the seashore as far as Llech-y-drybedd. IE is also mak- ing its way eastward, having by this time almost IN ached that famous old si one called Arrhur's Qaoits, and, if its progress is not it will soon ar- rive, at tho fckrt :i in then on to tho thence to tho Gwum and Sereu Comer, so 10 long they will all be full of witch-.s and their works. In Cvmrn." Russiiui Supurstitiuns. In Russia much rain is considered a good omen. It is believed that the down- fall washes away the evil spirits, who would otherwise bo hovering in tho air ready to work woe to the monarch about to place his crown on his head, the bride on the point of plighting her vows, tho babe on its way to the font or whosoev- er might be the hero or heroine of tho moment. Further, tho superstitious believes tnat each stream of wa- ter has its Rusalka, or good spirit, a lovely maiden with y iud My Vehicles are Nice, My Horses are the Best. Am prepared to do business ou btisiuess ciples. Every branch of tho business wi be supervised personally by me. My Boarders Shall Have My Best Attention. My livery In all its branches shall be lirst uless All transients that may come will ro- ceive uiy attention. I Shall Keep Open All Night. A trusty mail ulwavs on deck, JAS. O. WEED, Prop'r P. KRELLEN8ER6 SOH, IMFOBTEBS O? AND DXALIP.B IS Ai.1. KIUDS OP oeSdu" R. H. WARF1ELD, Proprietor- THlb PAPER Dose's Advertlsiai? 61 and 65 cmnt'V Szoh-.'.uEe.SRii1 tTaiielceo, Calif., CO a.....- r-.n. Furniture AK1J- Wi be soid at JLowest UNDERTAKING ln Promptly Attended to. OF THISE AND MAIS BT Ji :5K CAZ.IFOSM1A, In a recent letter to th e manufacturers Mr. F. Benjamin, editor of the Spectator, Rushforcl, jST. Y., says: "It may be a pleasure to you to know the high eateern in xvhic'n Chamberlain's mHdicines are held by the people of your own State, where thfjy must be best known. An aunt of Diine, who resides at Dexter, Iowa, was nbout to visit me a few years since, and before leavintr home wrote me, ast.inp if they were sold here, stating i.f they were not she would bring a quantity with her, as she did not iike to be without them." The medicines referred to are Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, famous for its cures of colds and croup; "hainberlain's Pain Balm for rheuma- tism, lame back, pains in the side and best, and Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcua Remedy for bowel com- plaints. These medicines have been in jonstant use in Iowa for almost a quar- ter of a century. The people have earned that they are B.rticles of treat worth and merit, and unequaled by any other. They are for sale here by Lehhold Elaton. Do You Jttno'iv? Hams, cents per pound: 10 to 12J.  Misters employ faithful nd well trained nnrfu-s, who arc In constant .ttoiidanee day nnd I'.ir further particulars, apply to the, resident DR. J. II. O'CONNOR. NOTICE. Subscribers receiving this number marked on the upper right- hand corner ot this page, are reminded that they are in arrears for one or more years subscription. The date printed after your name and to which attention is directed, shows when your subscription expired. The amount due from each individual is small, but in ihe aggregate foots up considerable. We are greatly in need of money, and subscribers who are more than one year in arrears -will confer a great favor by remitting a part, if not convenient to pay the -whole amount due. ED. FRUTINA. MAKE YOUR OWN SODA WATER. SOMETHING NEW! TUST OUT! A pure fruit flavor mixed with plain watPr or Peltzer Water, which we handle and will de- liver to any part of the city, makes u delicious drink. GIVE: IT A TRIAL_. Send in vour orders to the WOODLAND BOTTLING WORKS HORNLEIN 4 BRITT, Proprietors. Delmonico Restaurant, WOODLAND, CAL., W. J. PARKER, Proprietor. BEST COOKED MEALS FROM 35o. UP. Fresh Oysters, in Any Style, Day or Night. The table ia supplied with the best the ketHllop.la; service lirst-cliiss; neutaess und clennlines.H a specinl feature. For Sale on the Vine. I will sell to the highest bidder, 108 Acres of Muscatel Grapes on the vine. The estimated yield is 200 tons. The vineyard is located NEAR DAVISV1LLE, And Is known as the Gould orDehesa vineyard. Send bids to the undersigned at Davlsville. JESSE G. ROWK, Receiver. Ladies' Blouse Sets and Belts. AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT EWERT'S JEWELRY STORE, Watches Clocks, Jewelry, etc. Optical Goods. Repairing .Skilfully done ut Reasonable Prices EK OF WOODLAND, M v-KATED tSCS. Authorized Capital, oo Paid Up Capital, oo Surplus Fund, oo Profit and Losa, 67 J. STKI-'HENB.....................1 F. b. FREEMAN................Vl  i .1 j-'ir.'i't.SKCriiiaeiiio, Cal. .M. V-AT hi'.v. Kjftli str'-et, MiiTHUii'iitn. VKTUrU C. A 1'I't.'HN K V A N i nl Itiw. Nootuy i'uljlie. Kuoin (J. lli-iu.ivT Hloek, Woc'll 'lid Oa., N. .V. i A li INS. C'UAKI 'HAWKING, ATTOKNKYM AM eiMuisi'Jors ut law. Ullicu over Jiiuiii o Woodliind, Woodluud, (Jill. W THOMAb, ATTOKKJiY AHi) COON Bcasaer Block, JT> E. UAKKK, A'l'TOliNllY-AT-J'AW.KOOMS r 1 auda, KxcelBior Woi-ilaixd, (all foruia. nAUHY U. HUULE, ATTOHNEY-AT-LA VV 007 i street, between Gin uiid 7th, baura meiito. II 1SOK.HON 
                            

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