Woodland Daily Democrat, June 20, 1901

Woodland Daily Democrat

June 20, 1901

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 20, 1901, Woodland, California f VOL. XLIV.WOODLAND. CALIFORNIA. THURSDAY EVENING. JUNE 20. 1901 NO. 147 DIED IN ARBUCKLE BASEBALL NOTES. Thomas Jefferson Shellhammer Has Passed Away. The Funeral Will Take Place in Arbuckle Saturday Afternoon, June the 22d. A telephone message received from Arbuckle this morning conveyed the information that Thomas Jefferson Shell-hammer died at his home, seven miles northwest of Arbuckle, Wednesday night at forty-five minutes past ll o'clock. The news was a painful surprise to the friends of the family in this city, but few of whom knew that he was ill. He was sick for several days, but his illness did not take a serious turn until about a week ago. About that time his mother was summoned. She was informed that he was a very sick man and was threatened with typhoid fever, but a fatal termination was not antic ipated. On Wednesday a summons was sent for Dr. Kler, who could not respond, as he is on bis way to 81. Louis. The parents of the deceased and his wife and children were at his bedside when he breathed his last. The funeral pro-cession w ill leave the family residence at 1:16,/Saturday afternoon, June22d. Services will be held in the Baptist Gharqfci, Arbuckle, and interment will be nu the Arbuckle cemetery. thomas Jefferson Shellhammer was the only son of Mr. and Mrs. U. Shell hammer, of this oity. He was born in Lakeport on July 29, 1864. The follow log year the family returned to Wood land, which had previously been their home. Here the deceased was reared and educated, attending the public schools and Hesperian College. Eighteen years ago Mr. Shellhammer I moved to Colusa county and engaged in agricultural pursuits on his father's farm. Since that time he has resided there continuously, On February 28 1886, he was married to Miss Ada A. Evans, of Arbuckle. To them have been born seven children, five daogh tera aud two sons, all of whom are living. His wife also survives him Mrs. W. Coin, of San Francisco, anti Mrs. Le I a Wadsworth, of Ukiah, are his sisters. John D. Lawson, of this city, is bis unde. Mr. Shellhammer was one of the most enterprising and popnlar farmers OI Colusa county. He was well known and highly adeemed in Yolo county and his premature death is sincerely mourned by a wide circle of friends. Courthouse News. M. M. Smith bas applied for letters of administration upon the estate of John Kelleber, deceased. The petition wil be heard on July 1st. The final account of Bertha Weber executrix of the last will and testament fcf John K. Scbuerley, and the petition for distribution have been filed, The estate is appraised at $2861. R. W. Browning, administrator of the estate of C. L. Hollingsworth, has filed his final aocount.whicb will be heard on July Isl. The case of the Bank of Yolo vs. Win J. Reynolds et el. was beard this after noon before Judge B.C. Hart. E.R.Bosb appeared as counsel for plaintiff ani Wm. Sims appeared for McIntosh, one of the defendants, and R. Clark repre tented J. A. De VU bise, another of the defenders. The matter was argued aud submitted to the court for decision A Delicious Drink. Because Prone Coffee aids digestion1 thereby curing dyspepsia and eonstipa lion, it is not offered as a medicine, but is a delightful and refreshing substitute for coffee or tea. It has came to stay in thousands of homes, and is proving boon to the invalid as well as ail others Choice prunes and selected grains are its only ingredients. The narcotic anc constipating properties of coffee are very injurious, particularly to children and people in poor health, Ask your grocer to send you a package. ao7dw Sunny Booms, With Board. Mrs. Nellie Halsey is located at 1098 Pine street, corner of Jones, San Fran cisco, where she has nicely furnished sunny rooms—single or suite#—with good board.    J#24 Malaria Make* fwpura Blood, tirove's Tasteless Chill Tonic cores malaria. Harper Will Not Pitch for Kimball & Upson Sunday. The local baseball club is expecting a hard game at Sacramento Sunday. The Kimball & Upeon team always put up a strong game at home. Woodland is the only team that has been successful iu defeating the Kimball & Upson* when playing on the Sacramento grounds. Hard luck still clings to Manager Nathan, of the Kimball A Upson team. He expected to he able to pit the veteran George Harper against Knell in Monday’s game, but Manager Beebe's twirlers were in such bad shape that the Sacramento magnate made Harper an excellent offer to accompany the team on its southern trip. Harper accepted and left Wednesday evening for Los Angeles. This leaves Pill to do the twirling for Kimball A Upson Sunday. Manager Beebe’s pennant winners are badly crippled just at present. Char* lie Doyle has a very sore arm and may not be able to pitch for some time, Pitcher Thomas is sick In bed with diphtheria and Pitcher Strickled ie sulking because Manager Beebe refaeee to revoke a fine inflicted upon the twirler by Umpire Tyler in San Francisco last week. Stanley's hand has improved and he will probably be able to play in this series, According to official notice Manager Wilson, of Oroville, bas suspended Cecil for insubordination and violation of rales. The Marysville papers state that Manager Wilson is trying to trade Cecil for Tremberth, whom be want# to catch nstead of Hammond. If Hammond and Cecil quit Oroville the dub will be deprived of the best two men in its team. Billings is nursing a very sore leg av the result of an accident last Saturday. lo practicing a ball struck bim on ex aotly the same spot which had been previously injured. He played the game through at Oroville on the following day, bot the injured limb swelled to such an abnormal site that a physician was consulted. The improvement is such thai Coo tx will surely be in the game Sunday, eveu if he has to wear shin pads. QUIET WEDDING. Hiss Myrtle Hayward Becomes Mrs. Oven Armstrong. RELIC OF THE WAR. Brought From the Philippines Corporal Need. by The Ceremony Was Performed Wednesday Afternoon at The Ramona, San Francisco. Ranell an# the Solicitor. It la said that once when the late Lord Russell, then Sir Charles, was on circuit, he became so Indignant with every one in general and hit solicitor client In particular that he Beleed his large anil heavy brief and smote the solicitor on the head with IL The solicitor Indignantly collected his papers and hurried out of court, murmuring that he would never brief Sir Charles again. Some time* afterward a shipping magnate came to the same solicitor with a big case, “Brief Russell." he laid. The solicitor said Im was sorry, but It was Impossible, aa Russell had never apologized. “Then give me my papers,” said the shipowner, “and l'U go to some one who wilL” Eventually the unhappy man of law, not wishing to lose bls best client, had to apologize to Sir Charles Russell for leaving tbs court when assaulted,— Pearson's Weekly. Hides Recovered. Charlie Leman came to this city today and reported to the sheriff that he had found a lot of cowhide* under the bridge near big place, about two miles west of Woodland.    J, A. (larky, of Davisville, recently complained that somebody had been stealing hides from him. It is possible that these may be the bides belonging to Mr. Herby. Special Sale. For thirty days commencing Mondsy, June 10th, Mrs. M. M. Lambert will In aogorate a sale of everything in her fine stock of millinery at prices that will astonish you. Come early and secure first cholos,    jeBtf Are You Going East This Summer? If you are going to the Pan-Aiut-riean Exposition at Buffalo, or to Cineinnati, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, or any point in the East, write or Mil upon Mr, D. W, Hitchcock, general agent Union Pacific R. R. Co., No. I Montgomery street, San Francisco, in regard to reduced round-trip rate* to these points. Three trains via this route leave California daily. The time of the "Overland Limited" to Chicago is leas than 3 days and to Buffalo %)4 days, which is nearly a day quicker than toy other line.    * The Dzmocpat'b surmise on Wednesday that Mr. Owen Armstrong and Miss Myrtle Hsyward would be married in Ban Francisco on that day has been verified. We are now able to announce authoritatively that the marriage was nolemnized lo the afternoon in rooms 146 and 147, the Ramona, ISO Ellis street. The ceremony wa* performed by Rev. Walter Freer and the witnesses were Frank MoGriff, of San Francisco, and Eli Eokhardt,of this city. The bride wore a brown tailor-made snit, which was very becoming and added materially to her physical charms and grace. The groom was attired in conventional black. The wedding was quiet and onosteu tattoos, unheralded by elaborate prepa rations and unattended by a brilliant company, bot It was a particularly happy denouement of a pretty love romance that is of more than ordinary interest to social circles. That it wa* so unpretentious wa» matter of their own choosing, for both have many friends who are delighted with the union, and it would have afforded them great pleasure to assist in making the event a brilliant social function. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong dined with a part? of friends and later were the central figures In a congenial theater party. After their honeymoon, during which they will visit many pointe of Interest on both sides of San Francisco bay, they will return to Woodland, their future home, where a warm welcome awaite them. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Win. Rehmke, of this county, and is a native of Yolo. She wa* educated in the public school* and Holy Rotary Academy and is a young lady of many accomplishments. She is noted as a beauty of the brunette type. Mr. Armstrong is the oldest son of Alec Armstrong, of this oity, end is a native of Woodland. He la in the employ of Lord A Murray aud hit relations are confidential with that firm. He was also for many years a trusted agent aud traveling salesman for M. Diggs, the predecessor of I.Ord A Morray. By all of these gentlemen he is recognised as a yoong man ot splendid business ability and integrity. The genial and sterling qualities of hie character oommend him wherever heil known. Mr. Armstrong Is ooe of the most popular and influential members of Woodland Parlor, No. SO, N. S. G. W. Corporal John II. Need, a relative of Elias Suavely, arrived from Sau Francisco Tuesday evening. On Tuesday morning the Thirty-first United States Volunteers, of which he was a member, was mustered out. This regiment arrived on the Hancock from the Philippines and was composed of Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio and Indiana companies. Mr. Need will visit in this county and Sutter until the arrival of the Forty-first United State* Volun teen on the Buford, which is expected to arrive in port next Monday. He has friend iu that regiment, and as soon as he is mastered oat the two will leave for the East. Mr. Need's home is in Sharpsburg, Washington county, Mary land. One of the relics of the war which Mr, Need brought home with him is a molo which the regiment captured od the island of Miudora. It is the chief weapon of warfare used by the inhabitants of that island. It it in reality a sword, bol of a .very prim Rive design. The blade is made of the best steel, double-edged aud very sharp It is incased In a bamboo scabbard. The guard is of steel and very crude, and the handle is wrapped with a cord made of grass. My little son had an attack of whoop ins cough and was threatened wilt pneumonia; out for I hamberlain' Cough Remedy we would have had serious time of it, It also saved him from several severe attack* of croup. H, J. Strlckfaden, editor World-Herald Fair Haven, Wash. For sale by J. V Leithold. A Straight Tip. To make money is easy; to eave it aye, there’s the rub. Take a tip from us. The American nation is evidently reading nation. We have a hurry order on the road for a choice •election of periodicals, maya sines, novels, etc., and are In a position to offer the beat to the read ing public at a low price. Be lo the swim and call on K- E. Ford, agent fo Call, Bulletin, Record Union an Dkmocrat, stationery, rn agatine*, etc. " The Plane diadem," by H. J. Provost* For aal* at Woolley's music •tore. Price SO cents,    jel8tf Removed Residence. Dr. Certis has takeu rooms at B. M, Miller's, on north College street. Phone 244.    jeltf For a goon soave, hair-cnt or sham poo go to Dingier's barber shot. ti ft may not be oat of place to relate a good story that comes from Sac Fran, cisco, concerning an incident that os curred on the morning of the marriage of Mr. aod Mrs. Armstrong. It had bien previously arranged that Mr Armstrong should meet bis affianced at Sixteenth street, Oakland. With that purpose in view be crossed the bay in the morning, but instead of boarding the Sixteenth street local he took the train for Frnitvale. After traveling considerable distance he begin to suspect he was on the wrong route aod he enquired of the co ad oc tor when the train would reach Sixteenth street, and was told lo reply that ba was not on the Sixteenth-street line. By a loeky chance be made close connection with a west-bound trets that landed him at the Oakland mole la th# nick of time to catch the boat on which the bride-to-be was a passenger._ i’ll VMICX A MB, W’ J. MI.EVINS, M. D,-OFFICE IN DUH#* • building. Telephone—Day, Lsttbold drug store, night, Bjrrm Hotel    Jltf VA I). CURTI*. M. D ~ HOMEOPATH IBT-Fj* attire, First street, corner .Bush, " ood land, Cal. Hours, I to 4 p to Electric men!, ufllee phone.SI; residence, G5. treet suit UBM l im e. MORRIS, Ii I), e-DENI AL BOOM*-Le over Porter Pro* ’ store Woodland,! OBce hours 9 to ll, and I to IL BENTLEY-KNESS. wo Young People of Knights Land* ing Are Wedded. Late Wednesday afternoon Joe Berry Bentley and Miss Erma Kness, both of Knights Landing, applied for and were granted a marriage license. A few minutes later they appeared at the residence of J. C. Simmons and requested his good offices in the solemnisation of the marriage. Alter the performance of the ceremony they returned to Knights Landing. The marriage was quite a surprise to their Woodland friends. While It was known that they were devoted to each other, neither had dropped a hint of the probability of an early marriage. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. J. B. Kness. Her father, the late And) Kness, was for many years constable and a prominent citizen of Knights Landing. Those who know her apeak ol her as a pretty and very estimable young lady. The groom is the second son of M rs. K. A. Bentley and a brother to Mist Kate Bentley, of this city. He enjoys the reputation of being a young man of industrious habits and exemplary character. Grain-o! uraln-o! Remember that name when yon van! a delicious, appetising, nourish** g food drink to take the place of coffee. Sold by all grocers and liked by all who have need it. Grain-o is made of pure grain. It aide digestion and strengthens the nerves. It is not a stimulant but a health-butlder, and the children as well as the adults can drink it with great benefit. Costs about one-quarter a* much ss coffee. 16c and 26c per package, Ask vonr grocer for Grain-o. FIFTY-CENT COLUMN. (All el awe* of legitimate advvr Mar in out*, no *xpwMllng five Hoar, tnaerted tinder this brad tor Atty canterer week, payable In advance.) T. CLOWE IS NOW PREPARED TO I1j« inane health and accident tntmmnce to ladtcN at a very low rate. Office over Bank of Woodland I.MNK APRICOT* FOR CANNINO AT TUE I Grant ranch. Drop a poatal.    je2& I? . I1 lenity hay. fcnqulr*' of on the Mannum Ranch. F. OF CHOICE A. PELTIER, J *24 Head It lu His Newspaper. George Schaub, a well-known German eitisen of New Lebanon, Ohio, is a constant reader of the Dayton Volkazei-lung. He knows that ibis paper aims to advertise only the bef! in Its columns and when he saw Chamberlain's Palo Balm advertised therein for lame back be did not hesitate in buying a bottle of it for his wife, who for eight weeks bad (offered with the most terrible paint in her back and could get no relief. He says:    "After    using    the    Pain Balm for a few days my wife said to me, 'I feel as though boro anew,'end before using the entire contents of the boule the unbearable pains bid entirely vanished and she coaid agata take ap her household duties." fie is very thankful and hopes that all suffering likewise will hear of her wonderful re--ovary. This valuable Hutment is (or sale by J. V. Leithold. VTtOR SALE—A 5-YK AR OLD BAY HORSE; I no on ii. weight about 10V> or HOO pounds; broke double; alce traveler; will be sold cheap. Inquire at lotui Uucke'* unions, next door to A run at rone A Algo’s Meat Market, jell Orders for Salads, Roasts, Etc. Orders taken at the Deloionico Restaurant for the best of salads and all Kinds of roasts, pastry, etc., at lowest prices. Give us a trial,    j«18tf The Kaet Proscription far Malaria Chills and fever ie a bottle of Grove's i sateless Chili Ion ic. It is simply iron and quinine in a tasteless form, No care—no pay. Price AOc. 1^0a HALK—TWO YEARLING PULL-BLOOD-r cd Jersey bulls for sa*#. Color.nark bine; no white on cither. Enquire at this office or of J. H. KICK, Dixon, Cal.    je» SAUR HALK — TW F. STY-TWO HEAD OF I young broken nod unbroken mule*, weighing from 960 to !800 pound *. Enquire of J. L. Hlppell or Chaa. Homers. Madison, Cal, jtflf i?oR hale—Wagner baulky crusher r in good condition Good bargain. Machina used to work around Dunnigan, Apply at GUS RA8MUBMKN FARM, where machine la stored. my ll if    _ I AUK BALE-THOROUGH BRED DURHAM r bulls end Shropshire In mb* YOLO ORCHARD CU.    Je27 EaBTRaY-THERB STRAYED lo MY PLACE U on tile Sib of June one black male, about I year* old. No brand. The owner em recover he antae by paying costs. CHAS. HERM LE. je'JUd Member* of the continental build , tug aud I amu Association will pay their does to A C. Haggles, agent, who also receives new members and applications lur losns. )e‘JO '1-0 KENT—MODERN, FC RN IMH KI) HOUSE I In ban Francisco for July, Annual and Hep • ember-* rooms and bath—ISO. write to O ft King, 1170 Market street, Baa Francisco, or Dr. J, T. (treat. Woodland.    jell HOITT’S SCHOOL Parent* desiring home tut;nonces, beautiful surrounding-, perfect climate, ca rein I super vision, aud thorough mental, moral and physical training for their boys, will dad ait On*ae requirements fully met at Hottt's School, Menlo Park, nan Mateo county, Cal. -'end for ratal go** Eleventh year begins August 12th. Syltd    Ik\    ti    Horrr, PU D , Principal. a. a. pick. m. a.    a v pick. p. o. a. Dick a dick, dbntihth-woodland Cal, over Farmers' «v Merchants’ Bank office hours- s a. rn to ft »• a Dr. c. r. wiijCoxon, dentist, pa ast ut’and Merchants* Bauk Building, Wood laud CU I IMC Kl. 1> A N KO Ch, Cl OTO A. PINTOS MARKE I FOK KREMP I Sth, fruits, ve*eta es m.d grm* rh I Country produce* bought and sold. Prl» reasonable Goods delivered to aor part of I Im city free of charge. |)KIK1.JCMM I p rte tor. citers. Most t MALOON*. BALOUN, ARI MORRIS, PUU-First Cia** Wines, liquor* ani a Anan Id J or** H. H. Stevenson, d. d. s. Dee Aliea'a Foot-Base. A powder lo be shaken into the shoes. Your feet feel swollen, nervous and hot, and get tired eatlly. If you have smarting feet or tight shoes, try Allen’s Foot* Esse. It cool* the feet and makes walking easy. Cares awoken, sweating feet, logrowiog nails, blisters and calloo# spot-. Relieves corns end ban ions of all pain and gives rest end comfort. Try it today. Boid by al) druggists and shoe stores for 26c Trial package FREE. Address, Alien 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, X, Y. Malaria Lances Billouiuui. Grove's Tasteless Chili Tonic removes the cause. French Organdies at Reduced Prices. Ladii*8, here's something that will interest you. It's going to save you a whole lot of money, too. Listen, and we ll explain. Our entire stock of colored French Organdies, and you know \shat an elegant line we carry, hun been marked d >wn from the regular price of 35c to 20c a yard, Think what a big saving this will make for you. French Organdies are considered always stylish, make an exceptionally fine costume cither for evening or street wear, and taking the quality of the goods into consideration, we consider this an unusual oiler. For styles and patterns see window display. WHITE PARASOLS THE WHITE HOUSE. FANS BELT 'IS DENTIST. Punners’ A Merchants’ Back Building, WOODLAND, CAL. EXAMINATION FREE. STRICTLY EASTERN PRICES. Would You * Share Our Experience? This isn't th# first time we’ve addressed you. Won't be the last, either. We haven’t pegged away these seven yearn, devoting our entire attention to the F. G. Summer Corsets Kl tract lug -Paluicaa ..............SAC Killings - Dune or CMMUt  ....SIU ap Amalgam of Silver ......?<k-    up PtaUua  ........    .    .......IiJO up j Pure Gold..............   I    so    up Crowns — Aluminum  .......  4    On    up I? SS mi?.!? ,T*y .*loSSS! *or nothing, and we want you to know it. Crows and Bridge Work.!....LOO up '    *•..».    *    *    ’ Platte — Partial...,   „ .......... t Full Hut.,.,. HMH .. Repairing.. to up!  HOO up ! .15 to up ............ I OO up Jet Our Mew FLEXIBLE PLATES. Warranted IO year*, — and — FLESH COLORED PLATES, Warranted MO yaaaa. UBM EMBAR—No chaff* for extraction when Platea are ordered. ALL WORK WARRANTED OF, IO! HOO RH—8 .. K. to I Telephone IS* Mala. kl. Summer Corsets that are selling—No. ll), No. 124, No. 179, Girdle, Empire and Straight Front—at 50# k $1. We don’t try to see how cheap a corset we can sell you for these prices. And wily do we? Because every F. C. Corset, ii not satisfactory after 30 days’ wear, can be returned for a new corset. PEOPLE’S TRADE PALACE. We Sell Bahisti Bust Fin more. ;