Woodland Daily Democrat, May 31, 1900

Woodland Daily Democrat

May 31, 1900

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - May 31, 1900, Woodland, California ■ '    ■    -.if.':'■'^^    ,    ^    '■    '-i    ■■'•■■ w Aaj»«?'¥fJl»»i'^ <v.< VOL. XLU. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA. THE JOHNS NOTE. The Attorneys for tbe Execotors Rest Their Case. Many WitnesMt Teitify That Frank Allen’! Reputation for Truth and Honeety ii Good.* When oar Wednesdey’e leportot tbe proceediog! lo the Johne note oaie oloeed Q. W. Gregory wee elill under cross^xaminetlon. He itated that he •bowed the note to hie litter and Mr. Hawkine OD the Sd of 4th of lone and that bis mother firet taw it on the day of the petition for a partial dietribntion of tbe estate. Ha does not reeolleet that be ever received a letter from Tandy Allen reaoesting him to petition for a partial distribntioo. Could not recall that any of the heirs ever said to him that they were hard up and would like to have some money on aoooont. He denied ever having told Mr.Mitebell that the old man bad left him nothing by tbe will and that all he would get oat of it*were his fees ai ezeontori. On redirect examination witoeei let tided that he never asked his grand fattier for pay for his servioes, as he bad confidence that he would do tbe rlfbt thing when he got ready. Referring to his lestimooy on croes-esaminatloo that he gave hie wife money on July 7,1898, he said he received a letter from her aaking for money. He explained that he had not lr Id anybody of the exiet ecus of tbe note prior to the dates named becanse his grandfather had re quested bim not to do to. On recross examination witnesa admitted that be contd give no reason why be did not tell of the existenoe of tbe note ae soon aa his grandfather died. Mrs. Geo W. Gregory was tbe next witness. In tbe early part of July 1898, she was at borne. She came to Woodland on tbe Sd iottant. Her children came with ber. Found ber grandfather. Miss Mary Gregory and ber niece. On the 7tb of July, n.iddle of the afternoon, husband of witneea arrlvec from O dlege City. Her busbaod ant his grandfather went into tbe bouae togetfier. Later the witneea followed 8he found Mr. Johns in the dining room and some writing material OO t •mall stand. She asked who had been writing and Mr. Johns replied “ George.** Mr. Johns frequeotly told her to lei ber husband to do certain thingi. She knew that he had made several trips for him, procured his msat and wood and done other things. Mr. Johns told wit ness her husband would be well paid for all that be did for him. On the 19th of February, 1900, wit ness accompanied Mrs. Henry Gregory to Arbuckle in response toe telephone summons. Her husband left for Woodland on the afternoon train. Witness •ald she wrote a letter to ber htMband on the fith of Joly, requesting him to •end her some money. The oroas*ex* amination brought out nothing sew. Henry Gregory was recalled fbr ex. amination. Ila was- at home on the 20ib of Febrnary, 1900. Baw George on •fie 18th and 19ib, at College City. Was cfcrtaiii as to dates because be had looked up the dates on which he had transacted certain bosioess. The crossexamination was brief and without results. Miss Mary Gregory was reealied and testified that her brother was In College City OD Buuday, February 19th, "Yon have those dates down to that you cannot b< mistakenT'* queried Mr. iiiraui Juhnsou. ** I think I have,’* was the reply. K. L. Knox was tbe next witness. He was employed by Mr. Gregoryin February, 1899, when Ike Bedell and Mr. Pratt called there and had a coo-versatioo with Mr. Gregory. Heard all that Mr. Bedell said and there was nothing said about the Johns estate. Mr. Grove L. Johnson said Mrs. Sliaa-beth Gregory is not feeling well, He wanted to prove by her that Gsor4e was in College City OO tbe 19th of February. Counsel for contestants consented (hat she might testify out of order. Counsel for exseotois ofiTsred in evidence tilt petition of Tandy Allan at a1., filet! May 18, 1899, for partial distribn-tiod; the answer of exeootors, fllai June let; tbe transcript, in long hand, 1^ of tbs testimony of Georgs W. Gregory, taken J one itb; tbe order of the ooort found on page 256, volome 2, in probate orders, in which petition was ^denied; the decision of the court, filed June 9, 1899,and the endorsement on the claim, filed the same day; the notice of motion of J. C. Ball to vacate and eel aside the order approving the sot of the exeootorc and the afHdavit of Tandy Allan; the order of tbe court on June 12th denying the motion, An objection was made by Mr. Hiram Johnson. The court over-mled the objection. Judge Grant was pot on the ataod and tectiiled that no notice of appet I br motion to est aside thli last order, allowing the claim, had bean eervad upon him. Tbe court wee asked to testify in regard to the cireomstaocac which lad up to and attended the makiuf of tbe vdrlouB order! oiled above. This Judge Gaddie did, to tbe appareut eatlefactioo of the attorneys for both eidee. The oourt ordered an adjonrumeot until 9 o’clock Thursday. today’s paooaaDixae. There wee some delay lo oalling the court to order this mornlog. Judge Gaddis announced that Court Bapcrtar Miss Bailie Williams if sick and unable to appear. Atloroeya agreed that tbe ooort should telephone to Warreo Doan and reqnest him to sand a competent ihortband reporter od tbe first train. It wee nearly balt-paet 9 o’clock when coart finally convened. Cooneel for conteetaots aaked to be allowed to iotrodoce a witneea out of order, ae to the charecter of Frank Allan. By etlpnlatiou it wee agraed that Mr. Hiram Johneon ihoold taka tbe teetimooy of this one witness. Sheriff Griffin wee pot on the stand and testified that so far ae ha knows kllen’a repotation la good. He never heard it dlecneted. After the offer in evidence of the legel docomenta mentioned aboot the close of Wedoeoday’aproceedinge,it was onderotood that their admiecion raised the qoeetioD of reeadjndicete. Alter Mr. Griffin Uft the stand tbla morning tba coart remarkad that while waiting fbr tbe arrival of a ihortband reporter from Bacramento, cooneel might ae wel argue this qnsstion. Tba argnmsnt eonsomed tbs re meinder of the morning seesioo aud was perticipated in by Mr DeLigne aud Mr. Hiram * Johnson for contestsnta, and Mr. Grove L. John eon for tbe execotors. Tbe coart in effect decided that the order of tbe ooort refoiiag to vaoate the order bv which the allowance of the note at a claim agalnel tba estate wet 'made, and tbe failnre oontest anti to appeal from each order, did not oonetitote this a cate roe adjodioata. At tbe afternoon eeesioo Frank Dc Witt, a Sacramento shorthand reporter was present and took M.lss Williams* plaoa at the reporter’s desk. Mr. Grove L. Johnson asked that tba testimony of Sheriff Griffin be •trickeU' out, bot the motion was daniad. Mri. Eliaabath Gregory was recalled and testified that she taw George Grog ory at home, morning and avaaiog, on Fabroary 18th, in College Oily. Atlorneye for cooteetaot recalled George Gregory for farther cross sxeminatlon. Be leetlfied that three or four monthe ofter the note wee given be pat tbe reveoot stamps OD the beck of the note and can ealfd the same. Oooosei for execntors announced that they raetad. L. Obarmafc, of Sacramento, taetified that ha has known Flank Alien eevtre yeere and regards his general repotation aa good. A. Morris, of Woo«llarid, tasti fiad anbstantially to tbe same thing J. D. Smith, of Romsey, formerly aa Arbuckla eonstable, alto testified that Ailan’i general rapotstlon is good He insietad bn Dotting a litsrai eon etrootlon on queetions, end when Mr Grove L. Johnson asked if be besed his opinion of Aliso on the meoner which be bad tieated bim, w I toast de eiared that Allen never ** treated " him In his life. Henry Kraft, who rseided in Arbuekle for several years, never heard Ms Allen’s rspoiatiuo discnssed, and believes that it is good. Frank Reb in was the next witoees He testified thst be does not know tbe general repuution of Frank Allen. Rightwalehinso Reed wee the next witness, bot as be was in tbe eeme frame of mind ae Mr. Rsbm, he wee directed to itaod aside. Emil Diosler testified that be knew Allen between tbs ’80s and '90s and bis rspntation was good. Oscar Parker was tastifying along tbs same iioee when this report cloeed. Representatives Visit Volo County to Look Oyer the Field. E. J. de Salba, Jr., general managtr, . H. Sterling, snperlntendent of tbe bay division, Theo. E. Theberath,saper-ntendent of the valley division and chief engineer, and R. H. Harter, head •orveyor of the Ynba Eleetric Power Company, visited Woodland today. he party drove down from Wheatland and eroflsed into Yoloconnty at Koighte Landing for tho purpoee of viewing the field into which the oompany proposee to extend iii lloee. Nothing efinite coaid be learned ooncerning the roots wbioh the oompany will take to reach Woodland. A Dimocsat representative was Informed that eeveral projects are under oootid-erattoD, bat no definite plans have yet been deeided opon. Tbe com->any was granted a epecial fran-ohlea for two years et tbe last regular meeting of the enpervleore and bids for a parmanent franchlsa will be opened in July. The com pony reoently applied for franchieee in Solano and Contra Costa coontiae and it Ie rumored that tba navy yard and tba shops of the Santa Fa railroad at Point Rich mood may be ulllmaicly supplied with electric power. The parly left on tbe afternoon train for the Booth. TUBA ELECTRIC COVFAHT. PURELY PERSONAL Moyements of Persons Prominent in Society and Bnsiness. Social Gossip of Interest About People Who Dwell in Woodland and Suburban Districts Paraffon Changes Friday. D. G. Coy end wife will aetumecharge oftheParegon Hotel on Fridsy, Jane It. The title to the ranch near Woodland, wbioh Mr. Coy wished to trade for the botel fnrnitore, bae bean fonnd perfect and Mr. Grovee bae accepted the land. Mr. Grovts, wife and graodobild, Gladye, will laave on next Monday for Oakland in thalr big camp-^agoD, in which they propoae to live sod travel daring tbe eommer.—Redding Free Prets. V They Were Sohoolmates. W.D. Oldham, the leading criminal awyar of Nebraeka, hat baen ealeoted to nominate Mr. Bryan at Kaneae (3ity. The Buret brothers, C. W. Thomas aud Postmaster Dingle, all of thli city, were eohoolmatee of Mr Oldham at the Kirksville lostitute. They all ipeak of him in the moot af feotiouate terms and say that aa an orator be was probably at tbe heed of a elaea of 700. Had It All rimed. The Youth's Companion says that the descenilant o^a New England Puritan divine has In bls possesalon an old aer mon written by bis ancestor which shows that tbe preacher did not trual entirely to the Impulse of the moment when dell vert ug his discourses. The manuscript Is written lo a strange, crabbed hand aud plentifully beeprlo-kled with marginal references. "Read slowly here," the minister admonishes himself in one spot, aud "to be giveu out very loud aud olear" Is the Bug-gestlon for another pasaage. "Hurry a little, with fire," he wrote to several places. The most emphatic aud Im-portaut imrt of the whole seriuoo la Indicated by a much uoderllued marginal note. After hearing stortea of this aalotly old time preacher It Is amualng ta know that he deemed it wise and even necessary at the climax of his elo-onence to "yell like one noaseased.** rn* Wroas Bird. A certain conjurer ouc*e had an ex[ie-rieuce which was highly comical, though quite disastrous from a profea sioual i>oiut of view. Having produced an egg from a previously empty bag. he announced that he would follow up this trick by bringing from the hag the hen by which the egg had betm laid. This little arrange meut he had left to his confederate to carry out. He pr<vce€ded to draw the bird from the bag In which it had previously been placed, but w hat was his coustematlou on finding that the alleged ben was an old rooster, which strutted about the stage with ruffled feathers and offend ed dignity aud set up as vigorous a crowing as lf he had just awakwned from his iKM'turual slumbers. The whole audience shrieked with laughter, aud the unfortunate conjurer made a "bolt" for his dreseiug room. Miss Amelia Kohn ie quite sick. Mrs. Georse Francis has retnrned to Napa. Sheriff Griffin went over to Wlntere today. A. B. Rodman was an arrival on the noon train today. T. 0. Clifford went over to Sacramento this morning. L. Oharmak came over from Sacramento this morning. Mrs. Clayton Boyer went over to Bac ramento this morning. George Ropley and wife retnrned to Donnigan this morning. Mrs. Mollie Lambert iftarnvd from Sacramento this morning. W. E. Morrow came over from Sacra mento Wedneeday evening. Mrs. J. Ishatn returned to Sacra mento yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Morris and daoghter left for Allen Springs this morning. Miss Carrie Cbafmak came over from Sacramento Wednesday evening. E. E. Robinson and John Rapley were arrivals from Blacks Wednesday afternoon. D. M. Jones, of Gardnerville, Ne vade, is the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. H. Dongen. Carl Eiseoschlmel, the handwritinv expert, arrived from San Francisco Wednesday evening. Dr. Mareelles Clark, who bas been visiting George Luck and wife, returned to San Franeiseo this morning. Misses Ors and Birdie Butler, wh(^ have been visiting J. J. Stephens aud family, retnrned to Fresno this morn log, Frank C. Scbnler and Thos. G Springer, of Sacramento, were in thir city on Wednesday. They rode over on their wheels. I. Rosenberg, R. H. Beamer, J. I MoConnell, Abe Haines and Gliae Boolware wars arrivals on Wsdnetdsv sveolng's train. S^W. R. Langenour left for Willows to day, where he will join a party oi friends and go to Klamath Hot Spring on a fishing trip. Ed I. lAMike came up from Sants Clara Collegs on Wednesday eveuiog bal rstnrned Ibis morning to remain until tbs close (M the term. * We are indebted to tbe managers of th# Vernon Craamsry ball for a compli msotary tiokst. Tbe event will oecn Saturday evening, Jooe Id. Joha Woblfrom end wife and oieee. Miss Kale Woblfrom, of land, Isfl for Bartlett Springs morning to be goos several weeks. Mrs. Horace Greenwood arrived from Ko ii hie Landing Wedneeday afternoon end will remain in this city. Mr Greenwood and family will oecnpy apartments in tbs Diggs bnildlog. A party eomposed of George Arm strong and family. Miss R. Armstrong A. 8. Armsltoug, Owen Armstrong Mrs. H. E. Hopkins, Sam Armstrong and Miss Maud Marshall went oot Gray's Bend today on an outing. They were well soppltsd with eatablas. Mrs. M. Keatioge, a former resident of this oily, but cow living in San Fran cisco, and Mrs. £. C. Hart, of Sacra msoto, are visiting C. W. Thomas and wife. Mre. Hart came over lo attend tbe Dsaoratioo day acrvieee. Her mother is interred in tbs city csmstary. Ho Celebration. At a regular meeting of Woodland Parlor. No. SO, N. S. 0. W„ held on Wedneeday evening it waa decided to abandon all idea of giving a celabraiion on the 4th of Jnly. The committee, consisting of Messrs. Britt, Spanldiog and Craig, appointed for the pnrpoae of canvaaaing for snbecriptions, reported that many of the buaineee men are apparently indifferent about the matter, and the amonnt gnaranleed wei not snffioient to insure a creditable eelebra-tion. Under the circumataucee it was deemed advieable to drop the matter. The remit la not creditable to the enterprise and pohlio spirit of lh# boslnsse interests of Woodland. lf lh# people go elsewhere to spend their money on the 4th of July, who is to bleme? BTents of Interest in Woodlaod and Snrronndiniis. Tht Rosa Girl. JodgsHart rendered a wriltsn dsci sioo in th# Snperior Court of Sacra mento oonnty this morning in the matter of tbe applieatlon of Officer Healy to have Birdie Rose, of KnlghU Lend-ng, committed lo a reform eebool, which waa heard last Saturday. Arthur Huston, attorney for the girl, urged that the parents are not Improper per SODS to have charge of the girl, and they are able end eapeble of oontrolliog her. The coart took tbe tame vlaw anc ordered tbe appHoatioa ditmieaed and the child returned to tbe enitody of her parenta. thei Oak this Haa tamed with disguet from en otherwise lovable gill with an offeoatve breath. Karl’a Clover Root Tee pnriflee the Dreath by its action on the boeeie, Ste., as nothing alae wiii. S«id for years an abaomte gnarantae. Fnae She and OOc. Owroar Drag Store, U. P. Elder, manager. Verlabl*. "What ta this title *profeaaor* that I hear ao often Y* aaked the diatlngulthed foreigner. “Well," anawered Misk*Cayenne, "It'a getting rather bard to tell. Uaually it means a man who knows more than any one else, aud sometimes It means a man who aliuply won’t work."— t'levelaud I'hiiu Dealer. LocaI lUma of Mort or Lms Intmsk Picked up Here and There On the Wing. Funeral of JamM H. Brady. Davibvilli, May SI.—The funeral of Jamea U. Brady, who died al his home in SjIsdo oonnty on Tuesday, took place from hit Isle reaideooe yesterday morn-og, under the aucploes of Athena Lodge No. 'J28, F. AA. M., of this place. Tbs ceremonies were held at the grave and were oondoctsd by Master W. O. Rat sell. There was a large attsodaoes and the horal offerings were profnse. The pallbearers weie Eli Snider, F. B. Wire J. .M. Brown, Henry J. Hamel, George F. Hamel and J. F. Henle. loterment waa in the Tremont Cemetery. Th* P*«e*|*Bi Al*** OMI 6f Ora*r. Au Onion Creek (Tex.f darky vlalted the establishment of an Austin jew eler. "I wish, boss, you would regulate dis heab penjulum.** "How can I regulate the pendulum without the rest of the clcx:k?" "Dare uuflin de matter wld de rest ob de Inarda ob de clock, bo I jeee leff 'em at home. Jess you fix up de pen julum. Et der penjulum goea all right de rest ob de clock goea all right too I know clat much, even lf I ain't had no book lamia."—Texaa Bittings. Ll*** Caaiwlalat. Faddy—What la the matter with Harris? Ile seems all out of aorta. Duddy—He la aufferiug from liver complaint Fuddy—Can’t he find anything hqlp him? Duddy-He lo looking around for new boarding house, one In which liver la not an Inseparable feature cif the colalne.—Boston Trauacrlpt tl*rle«l S*r***at. A clergyman on a recent Sunday gave out the following uotlcre, eaye The Christian Endeavor World: "The regular meeting of the donkey parade will be held, as usual, at the close of this service. Sleiubers will line up just outMide the church door make reiuarka aud stare at the women wito tmMs. aa la their euatoui. "Any uieiiit»er known to escort young wouiuu to church like a man aud sit with her like a gentleman will be i»rumpUy expelled from membership " vi**e*r. vinegar la a diluted form of acetic acid aud baa been known from the earliest iM^rlud. Wine vinegar la made from wine lees and inferior wines priuci|Milty in France, the finest hetus ohtaimii from white wines. Malt vin egar la procured from an infusion malt which has previously undergone fHrmeutatiun or from apple eider. Vin • gar in the form of lotions is a value hie external Mtlmulaut. to A lady’s gold watch bae been lost. See flfly-eenl column ad. The eeeond crop of alfalfa will ba large and of good qoelily. Qnerterly confereoee of M. E. Obaraii tomorrow (Friday) at 2:80 o’clock. Grope of all klnde ara matoriag sarlier this year than they did last. K. W. Crateber bae baaa appalntad poetmaaler al Crateber, Malbear oonnty. Oregon. Mies Oellhee Vivian bae a elate in painting lo Loo Aogeleo,aod Ie not llka-ly to return to San Fraaelaoo antu fall. Thoe. Lows, who bae baao eooflaad la his home for th# past ten daye with an attack of the grip, wee on! aa tho straal today for a thor! lime. Jamea Simpson, who bae bean la poor health for some lime, left for San Fran-eiooj this morning, whera ha will so let one of the hoepUals for treatmeat. It lr aatoundtng to note how maay people have their bemmert oat for everybody who trite to lofaee a Utlla spirit of enterprise Into this oily. The beacty of the world lo Ihie blooming month of May recalie and Joa-tifiea that splendid Baying al Sir rhomae Brown: ” Nat ara ie th# art of Qed.” The body of the Jepaoeee who died at the Yolo Orchard Wedneeday was shipped to relativss lo Sacramento Ihii mornlog. No information coaid ba obtained in regard to hit name or age. Of cmnrae there ought to be a selabra-tioo, bot the newspapers sod tbe Na-itve Hone sod Daughtere can't be expected to provide the whole show, and the idea will probably be abeodoaed. Preeidiog Etdsr 8. G. Gale, D. D.. eill preach at the M. E. Choreb aexl dnoday eveiiipg at 8 o’clock. Tbe eaa-rament of the Lord’s Seppar will be ad-luiniaterf'd al tbe clote of the earmoa. XWoodlaud Enoaoipmeot, Na. 71,1.0. 0. F., held a special meeting in Odd Fellowa’ Hall Wedneeday evening and luiilaled George Walden into the pedar, sfler which refreshments were eeread. ^ Prof. J. D. Burka, formerly of tbla city, but now of th^jaealiy of th# Stat# Normal School et Sen Diego, bae Igeaed a proepectoa of a sommer eebool al Got-onado, under tbeaoapicea of theSlaSa Nnrmal School, from J aly Id lo Aagatl loth. The Urovitle train Wednesday eeeo-log was about twenty mloaiee late ew aecoonl of the engine being diet blad Juat after leaving Davlsvllle. Tbe traisi was held htre autll an eogioe arrlvad from sacramento to take Ibeplaeaol the dtsablsd engine. 4 The announcemsnt ie osade of the ta-gMcment of Profeetor WillUm Hymaa, of the Woodlaod High Hcbool, and Mien Gar lr ode Waehs, of Oakland. Tba bride to-be ie e graduate of lh# Bima Unlveralty in tbe elase of 1900, and la said IO be en Intelligeat and ebarmtaf young lady. Hotioe to Taachers. The semi-annual examioaUoo of teachers will be held at tbe Main street school boose com meociog toesday, June 5, 1900, at 9 o’clock a. m. sharp. By or-dor of tbs soonty hoard of sdocalloo. Mas. 8. E. PaAwr, Secretary, late Strcaetli vt tmmeetm. if mao were to emulate the common flea, a jump over the dome of St Paul's would bo a trifle to him. lf he were aa strong as the common bom beetle. ho would be able to pick up and carry away two railroad trucka, each loaded with five tons of coal. If ho could build Uke the African termites, quite an ordinary house would overlook the top of Ben Ne via.. lf he could run aa rapidly as one of the small hunting spiders, be could spring a quarter of a mile without trouble aud run at the rate of 24 miles a minute!—London Standard. J*k* am ta* uca*r r*lluw. Uic Mother (to wife going through the pcM'keU of her huabantt’s clothlugi I wouldu t do that. Irene Come. now. do you think it la right? Wife—That defieuda upon the motive My object la not mercenary. I only want to play a practical joke upon any pickpocket who may happen to operate upon dear George.—Boeton Transcript What la eail*hf A grand old remedy for ooogb, colds and oonsumptioo; osed tbroogb the world for half a centnry, haa cured io-nomcrable eaaea of incipient consumption, and relieved many in advaoced •Ugsa. lf you are not oatiefied with the iweoiU we will refund yoor money, Price 26eJ^ and ll. Ooroer Drug Blore, H. P. Elder, meneger. Orders for back numbeic of any oewi paper or inagaaine promptly filled a Lawaon’Newa Ageney. Woodlaod lee Co. Ou.ce a Breodel’a.*i Woodland lea Go. Telephone 867.*' Ruled by a Train. SuisoN, May Si.-Frank Fratee, al Vacaville, was killed near hem yetlat-day by the ovsrlaod Ireio. He bad been out driviog, and wbila frtealai the track bis horse was etrtiek by lh# loeomotlve, and mao, boree and wagoa were horied a disuoee of forty fees. Tbe driver was so badly lojared that ba died in a few mloutee, the boree was iosuntiy kitled sod the boggy wreaked. The victim of the aceideat wee only 18 years of age and a eon of Frank Fratea, of Capay, Yolo aooaty. Four Tkauaanil Trait. From lettsraaeot from U. U. SaUlvaa, who la teaching al Maocheeter, la Mendocino oouQty, we learn that aioaa ba has been tcacbing there ha bae eaaghl, by actual eooot, 4000 troai. Tbera la little fishing done there and the etreama abonod with fish.—Sabasiapel tland-ard. IO Per Cent Off. fr **tC|C4e a Trade Paiaea will glva It st int Oil next Satordav aaatteaak ^U T:ia«£t, aith the aeoaJ axcaplkme. ;

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