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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 23, 1901, Woodland, California                                WOODLAND CALIFORNIA SATURDAY EVENING MARCH 23 19O1 NO 7O VOL PURELY PERSONAL Movements of Persons Prominent in Society and Business Social Gossip of Interest About People Dwell in Woodland and Suburban Districts MET A TESBIBLE DEATH II James Dunn Was Once a Retident of Woodland Mia Jennie Hunt returned to Oak land this morning B B Mosby was a passenger lo Sao ramento this morning Miss Gertrude Parker returned to Ban Francisco this morning Miss Lola Bullock returned to San Francisco this morning A B Rodman returned from Ban Francisco Friday evening Q V Martin and G T Thompson went to Sacramento this morning Mrs L Charmak and son Abe came over from Sacramento Friday evening W H Lnddea left Friday for Spo kane accompanied by bis mother who will pay him a visit Mrs J G Lee and Misses Hattie Lee Gertrude Walker and Elma Can ton were passengers on tbe early morning train Miss Bertha Lose of San Francisco was an arrival Friday evening and is spending e few days in this city as tbe guest of Miss Elsie Greene Mrs J W Bottsford who has been visiting Mrs B H Parker for the past two months left this morning for her home in Marysville Montana Among the arrivals Friday evening were M Michael Joe Donovan Mike Robinson II C Gable John Jobnatoa Mies Nannie Gwinn and Mrs Fred Eastham On Wednesday night a railroad sec tion hand found tbe mangled remains of a man lying alongside the railroad traek one mile north ol Vina Tehama county The body proved to be that of James Dann who had been working abont Vina ae a laborer It is supposed that he tried to steal a ride out ot the town on the northbound freight train and fell from the car fle was 43 years old Dunn waa for a time a resident of Woodland Hli father died in Knights Landing when Mr Hoyt kept the old Union Hotel His boy was left an orphan and some kindhearted people tried to make a man ont o him bat he was always in trouble He started to read law in the office of the late John Lambert but Mr Lambert had to let him go on account of his indiscretions Dunn eventually became a tramp and was recognized as a hard character At one time or another he was in nearly every juil in the State When arrested he always plead his own case and he could make very ingenious and pathetic pleas He was in Woodland not long ago and called on John Black who knew him from childhood and often befriended him BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Surroundings COTJRTHOTJSE NEWS The Calendar to Be Heard By Judge Gaddis Monday TURF NOTES From Current Number of Breeder and Sportsman Local Items of More or Leu Interest Picked up Here and There On the Wing WINTERS WAIFS From the Items of Interest Gleaned Express The Winters and Esparto high school baseball teams will clay a match game on the Winters diamond tomorrow af ternoon An adtnieeion fee of 10 cents will be charged to meet expenses W B Reed baa sold 20000 tomato plante this year at 2 sents each Thats a pretty good sprint job of itself B R Sankett bought 12000 of them Mr Baekett haa one of the earliest and best locations for tomatoes in the State and as the season ie remarkably favorable he ought to make some money L M Hartman brought to this office this week a brunch from an apricot tree that ie dill of fruit The young oots are nearly as large aa alrnondf and Mr Hartman says his orchard is all about in the same condition That is hardly the rnlo as orohardisti are generally complaining that the apricot crop is light Ohio an s Take Notice The launching of the battleship Ohio and the presence of President MoKinley at San Francisco in May will be an oc casion to interest all nativeborn Ohio have transferred their citiien ship to California An organized body of Ohio men and women will largely aid in obtaining privileges on this occasion It is desired that Yolo county form an Ohio society for the above and other purposes We issue this call That all nativeborn men and women of Ohio now in Yolo county meet at tbe parlors of the M E Church on Satur day March 30th at 1 oclock sharp to effect aaoh organization On JUDQJJ A C RuoaLiB BTBON BALL DR PROSE 6 W GRIXNK J A VAN AMD A F MRAHK A Correction ED DBUOOBAT In my article pnb lished in the DIUOOBAT I made one slight error Tbe error was contained in this expression They the cross walks were laid by oar own denizens and the city saved enough in the opera tion to pay lor the plant of construction Aa a matter of fact not all the bitum inous crosswalks were laid by home labor bat onlj those which have been laid within the laat six months And il was by a comparison of tbe cobt of those laid by a foreign company and those laid by home talent that we were able to determine the amount that the city had saved Respectfully CITIZEN Cannot Be Taken For Debt Chapter twentyeight of the Civil Code amends section 000 and exempts several articles from execution not now Included Among the number ie poultry to tbe value of machinery tools and implements necessary in and for boring sicking or putting down sur face or artesian wella Also shares ofstock in any building and loan asso ciation to the value of if 1000 and life insurance if the annual premium paid does not exceed Will Petition Railroad Company There is a rumor in circulation to the effect that the train which now arrives bere at p M will be changed to two hours later Today Harry Jacobs has been circulating a petition to the man agement requesting that tbe train schedule be left as it is and has secured numerous Mer cury Winters la preparing to have a flower show Look out for burglars It is reported they are trying to operate in this olty The wind ie in the north again today The signal service predicts fair wsather for tonight and Sunday The East Rumsey Oil Development Company on Friday filed its articles ot incorporation with the secretary of State An Incipient blaze discovered In the rear of Eatons store on Friday by David Michael was BOOH extinguished with a bucket of water Charles Ervin continues to improve slowly He is gradually regaining the use of portions of hit body that were paralyzed but he has not yet regained his epeeoh Geo Hurlbnt had another serious at tack of appendicitis a week ago and as a result is confined to his bed He ia now much Improved and expects to be around in a few days There was no school Sn Olover district on Friday on account of the death of the late Louie Oroetinger and tbe eacher Miss Frances Hi mm one came ID Woodland in tbe afternoon An operation was performed upon uu Italian at the count hospital on Friday Several weeks ago he bruited his jaw as H result of which the Done began to decay and it was necessary to remove a portion of it Rev J C Simmons went to Knights Landing today to exchange pulpits with Rev L C Smith who will preach for Dr Simmons tomorrow morning There will be no service at the M E Church South in the evening George Rath weut on the war path again Friday evening and bad to be con fined in jail for threatening tbe lives of his children He appeared before Judge Rnggtea this morning who itu poaeda fine of upon him and upon payment released him with severe lecture Rev George W Sweeny L L D of Chicago preacher and lecturer will deliver his famous lecture Facts Fools Fads and Fun of Foreign Travel under the auspices of the Young Ladles Social Club of the Christian Church on April 9th This will be a rare treat for Woodland The county board of education will meet Saturday morning March 80th In the new quarters provided in the south east corner of tbe basement of the ball of records which has been fitted up for that purpose The EnyartWinter trial is still on in the Superior Court but possibly may be concluded late this afternoon Four prisoners Harry Graham Frank Campbell Frank Adams and James Day having servoJ their terms ol im prisonment ware released from tbe oounty jail thie morning The following aonit calendar will be heard by Judge Gaddis Monday Estate oi Joseph G account and petition for distribution Estate of Ellen Byers of sale of real estate Estate of Oharles G of sale of personal property Man vs demur rer to second amended complaint Estate of Veuable ao count and petition to set aalde property to widow and petition to approve part nership settlement Estate and guardianship of Mildred H Watkins for letters of guardianship Silvey VB mo tion for change of venue Nelson vs to relax costs California State Bank is John Carey et demurrer to plain lifTs complaint Ryder vs de murrer to second amended complaint Coourod va be set for trial Estate of Isabel ac count of guardian J H Harby Estate of Isabel ot sale of real estate Estate of Geo J foi order setting aside personal property and trr allowance and petition to set aside homestead Primrose sixyearold raised by Walter Maetin o Woodland won the matinee race at Los Angelei last Satur day The time Considering the time of tbe year and the fact hat sho was driven by an amateur this Is remarkable time Jockey Henry rode five winners at Xanforan Friday and there were only six races He rode second n the only oue be lost WOODLAND March 171901 Breeder and Sportsman Woodland wants you to announce In tha proper place In your most valuable journal that they claim thair nanai date vis the week pteceding the State Fair for their 1901 meeting Now that Yolo and Sac ramento are united in one distriot No we expect to be able to excel all of our previous efforts Years truly 0 P THOWAI Seoy A B Rodman of Woodland has been in the city this week He reports the horse bneiueia as lively iu his section and taye a number ol young horses at the Woodland track are showing speed His pacer Yellow Jacket la an improved horse over last year and has not made a break this year His stallion Tuberose it being well patronized Brave Men Pall Victims o stomach liver and kidney troubles as welt as women and all feel the results In loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness head ache and tired listless rundown feel ing Bat theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner of Ida villa Ind He says Electrio BUteri are just the thing or a man when hes all run down and dont oare whether he lives or dies It did give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease of life Only 50c at W H Lawsong drug store Every bottle guaranteed Millions of people use DeWUts Little Early Risers and find them to be famous little liver pills The never gripe Woodland Pharmacy Try Slebos Goo Goo Kisses They are sweet mi 27 FIFTYCENT COLUMN lAUcluiM of legitimate tdTirtkiementt no axoeedlng Are Inserted under ibli forflftroentiper weak parable In 1IANO AN ORGAN OR A WHITE Domestic or New Homo Sewing Machine In trade for a good steady horse or hone and buggy Call or address woollejrs Muiio Store VZ1 Main street Woodland mrJT AOENTH OR men for county and State Good commU mission paid Call at residence OT postofllce K B NORTON Woodland Cal mt 28 Woodland likewise business men should do Shall W lor This question arises In the family day Let us answer it today Try JellO a delicious and bealtbfnfdes Prepared in twominutes No boiling no baking simply add boiling water and settooool Orange Raspberry and Strawberry Get a package at your grocers torlty 10 cti Carpet Cleaning I am prepared to do carpet cleaning on Tuesday Tnureday and Krlday of each week Persons desiring to have tome done should advise me on either Mon day or Wednesday at DKMGCIAT offlce MI am engaged some times on the above days B G Fast Orange Trains One hundred carloads of oranges from tbe southern part of the Bute passed through this city yesterday morning for Eastern markets They were being sent through on fast A Good Congti Medicine For Children I have no hesitancy in recommend ing Ohamberlalna Oongh Remedy saya F f Moran a wellknown and popular baker of Fetersbuig Va We have given it to our children when troubled with bad coughs also whoop ing cough and it has always given per fect satisfaction It was recommended to me by a druggist PS the beat cough medicine for children as it contained no opium or other harmful drug Sold by J V Leithold druggist A SUGGESTION In Relation to Election of Honor of Maid If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Fain Balm a trial It will not cost you a cent if il does no Kood One application will relieve the pain It also cores sprains and bruises in onethird tbe time required by an other treatment Cuts barns frost bitee quinsy pains In the side and chest glanular aud other swellings are ijulckly cured by applying it Every bottle warranted Price 26 anil 60 cents J V Leitbold druggist DR PATTERSONGARNER ONE Ot THB best mediums on the coast Do you want to hear from the socalled dead ftlendi and all UvlogoDcc Heads spirit rapplngf Frta tofltl Irom 10 until 11 JL n In Dlggi building 714 Main street If you nra In trouble come and me mrM Tribune Featherstooe Racycle While Crescent B H the best makes ol bicycles at the Weei Eotl Oyclury Woodland mrZOtf For a good snave hairunt or poo IEO to Dinzlnrp rmrtour Choice Rait Lake alfalfa seed Diaas HARDWARE Co ni3 FOR ACRES NO 1 PKAOH OR chaid near Winters kucwuasthe Merrill place 11275 For ptfrtloulars euqnlre ol TD08 FOR NICE JBRSKY MILCH COW Ennulroof Jose Clark West Bid Wood land Cal mrZ7 IMW BALE 3KEO BEER UKKVT X1 for town or country Apply to f W llteudeli restaurant two doorm eut ol Hyrns Hotel Woodland Cal mr25 FVOK BALKABOUT 100 CORD3 OC apricot wood at per cord En quire of James Ilorion at the old Ben Peart orchard near NeJsoas 1 lANOrtUnOANa I Kull Block sewing machine supplies Bole ftgeiilfor Cam us standard and Wbeeler A Wil son uuwlug machinesAll ordert for reptlrlnr promptly ended to Call and get prtcei I V LKlTllOLOdruggist UAN WHO HAS A STRONG rurce in wttchlug wllhasttck or Her Any such will Hud It greatly to their Interest to address P o DOT 315 oodlttnd ami give their aildieas And where cenbuseen Norlh Third ilreol brck homo mr26 NEW CHINA TOWN Thing a of MILLINERY Spring Opening Days Commence Wednesday Evening March 27th And continue Thursday Friday and Saturday Zverybody is cordially in vited to Inspect the handsome display of trimmed hats or Easter MBS M PULLAX Main street Woodland A powerful engine cannot be ran with i weak boiler and we cannot keep np the strain of an active life with a weak stomach neither can we stop the haman machine for repairs If the stomauh caqnot digest enonith food to keep the body strong Kodol Dvspepsia Core shonld be used It digests what yon cat and cant help bat do yon good Woodland Pharmacy Bonanza Colombian Rang and single plows Diaai HABDWARI Oo mrlStf Tom K rnrtS Will Probably Soon Be the Fait Not long ago T Rand O A Lowe let a contract for the improvement of what is known aa the brickyard property The lots are to be filled in to a level ao that the may be cultivated or sown to alfalfa as the lessee may desire The old brick building just ontsicle of East Park fence will he tern down and moved away Che other brick building farther north will be altered repaired and renovated BO that it may be sold to ad vantage or rented at a profit When all the changes and improvements contem plated are made what is now known ai New Chinatown will be a thing of tbe patt There are other portions of the city in which the example of the Lowe brothers might be emulated to the ad vantage of all concerned In discussing the fcacramento Btreel Fair and the desire ol ita promoters that Woodland shall elect a CD aid of honor to the queen of the carnival oue ot the directors of the district fairmakes a sug gestion that is worthy ot consideration He thinks that in view ol the faut that Volo and Sacramento counties now comprise one agricultural district tbi moat cordial relations should be culti vated aud encouraged between the people of the two counties therefore he is in favor of the election of n maid of honor His suggestion is that tbe Yolo dirpc tora of tbe agricultural district take the matter in hand guarantee to the young lady elected a costume worth or if necessary the choice to be de cided by papular voteat a nickel a vote If the amount raised by that method is insnfHcient the directors will make good the deficiency If there is B snrplns it will be applied to the payment of the debt tor which the directors have assumed the responsibility It will be remembered that when the affairs of the association were settled after the last fair there was a balance of on the wrong side of the ledger which the directors were required to pay It seema to us that the suggestion is a practical one and worthy uf adoption Baseball Notei Will Morrow has received an offer from the direotors to play in tbe Wood land team but as yet has not signed Doubtless the director will pleased to learn tbat the brick building last north of the grounds will be removed It was a favorite resport for all those wbo would refuse to pay admission to see a ball game With every mall corns letters from ball players all over the State who are anxious to play with the Woodland team Attention Farmeri Vineyard and orchard men Roll your ground withAllSteel Crown Mowert DlOGS HAEDWaRI Oo DtehlStl Watch Porter Broe window for prices that will utonith you mr2J The Strollers Manager Webber has booked The Strollers a combination of vaudeville artists under the direction of Crosby Forman They have played their vau deville sketch A Duplicate Husband in all the principal Eastern vaudeville houses and twice over the orpheum cir cult They played two weeks lately at the Orphenm Theater Ban Francisco and two weeks at Los Angeles Orphenm Theater This sketch will be one of the features of the program The program will also include tbe celebrated acrobatic act of the renowned Leondor Bros Bert Wiggln and Mabel Bowman in an Irish comedy sketch ori ginally produces by tbe celebrated Bays i the wonderful child artist Inez Qreig the Japanese juggler Oubama illustrated songs with cal einm effects by Paul Edwards and one of the cleverest dancers in vaudeville Pearl Hlckman New Spring Grenadines Did you ever see anything more handsome than those pretty highly lustrous rich black graceful openwork ttriped Grenadines Can you imagine anything more dressy than a beautiful suit of this made up over lighter tints Certainly not To our way of think ing theres nothing which equals it for dressy wear during the spiing and summer months Cool and airy rich in appearance and when it comes to wearing qualities they are lasting Our windows are full of them See them Youll appreciate the effect The White House Experiments nhow that all cUsses of foods may be digested with a prepara tion called Kodol Dyspepsia Ourewhich what yon It never failed lo tbe very worst cases of in digestion and it always Initant ralitf Wood land Pharmacy Friday Sales Day Wr a p p e r s FRIDAY March 22d will be wrapper day when we will put on special sale 15 dozen entire spring one day only This is your chance for procuring a bright new spring wrapper just at the beginning of the season at a saving like this 90c Wrappers 68c Wrappers 82c 125 Wrappers 99c 160 175 Wrappers 144 200 Wrappers 168 PEOPLES TRADE PALACE ALERT RETAILERS   

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