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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 20, 1901, Woodland, California                                VOL XLIV WOODLAND CAUFORNIA THURSDAY EVENING JUNE DIED IN ARBUCKLE Thomas Jefferson Shellhammer The Funeral Will Take Place in Arbuckle Saturday Afternoon June the 22d A telephone message received from Arbuckle this morning conveyed the in formation that Thomas Jefferson Shell hammer died at hii home seven miles northwest of Arbuckle Wednesday night at fortyfive minutes 11 oclock The news was a painful surprise to the friends of tbe family in tbij city but tow ol whom knew that be was ill He waa sick for several days but his ill ness did not take a serious turn until about a week ago About that time his mother was summoned She was in formed tbat he was a very sick man and waa threatened with typhoid fever bnt a fatal termination was not antic ipated On Wednesday a summons wu sent for Dr Kier who could not respond as he la on his way lo 8t Louis The parents ofthe deceased and his wife nod children were at hia bedside when he breathfed his last The funeral pro cession will leave the family residence at afternoon June22d will be held in the Baptist Arbnckle and interment will be ijj the Arbnckle cemetery Jefferson Shellbammer was the only eon ol Mr and Mra U Shell hammer of Ibis oity He born in Lakeport on July 291864 The follow ing 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 Bhellhammer i to Colnea county and engaged in agricultural pursuits on his fathers farm Since that time he has resided there continuously On February 28 1886 he was married to Misa Ada A Evans of Arbuckle To them have been born seven children five dangh ters and two ions all of whom are living His wife also survives him Mrs W Join of San Francisco and Mrs Leta Wadsworth of Ukiah are his sisters John D Lawaon of this city is his unole Mr Sbellbarnmer was one of the most enterprising and popular farmers of Colusa county He was well known and highly esteemed in Yolo county and hie premature death is sincerely mourned by a wide circle ol friends Courthouse News M M Hmlth has applied for letters of administration upon the estate of John Kelleher The petition will be heard on July 1st Ttfe final account of Bertha Weber executrix of the last will and testament John K Hohnerley and the petition BASEBALL HOTE8 Harper WU1 Hot Pitch for Kimball TJpson Sunday The local baseball ctnb is expecting a hard game at Sacramento Sunday The Kimball Dpton team put up a strong game at home Woodland ie the only team that baa been successful iu deleatinR the Kimball Upsons when playing on the Sacramento grounds Hard luck till clings to Manager Nathan of the Kimball A Upson team He expected to be able to pit the vet eran George Harper against Knell in Sundays game bnt Manager Beabes twfrlers were inl such bad shape tbat the Sacramento magnate made Harper an excellent offer to accompany the team on its southern trip Harper ac cepted and left Wednesday evening for Los Angelea This leaves Pitt to do the twirling for Kim ball fe Upson Sun day Manager Beebea pennant winners are badly crippled jnat at present Char lie Doyle has a very sore arm and may not be ablp to pilch for some time Pitcher Thomas is sick In bed with diphtheria and Pitcher Stricklett is sulking because Manager Beebe refuses to revoke a fine inflicted upon the twirler by XTmpire Tyler in San Fran cisco last week Stanleys hand baa improved and he will probably be ablo to play in this series According to official notice Manager Wilson of Ororille has suspended Oeoil for insubordination and violation of rules The Maryaville papers state that Manager Wilson ia trying to trade Cecil for Tremberth whom he wants to cfctch instead of Hammond If Hammond and Oeoil quit Orovilte the club will be de prived of the best two men in its team Billings is nursing a very sore leg aa the result of an accident last Saturday In practicing a ball struck him on ex actly the same spot which had been previously injured He played tbe game through at Oroville on the follow ing day bal the injured limb swelled to such an abnormal eize that a physician was coneulted The improvement ie such that Coots will surely be in tbe game Sunday even it he has to wear shin pada QUIET WEDDIN6 Miss Mjrtle Hajiart Becomes Mrs Own Armstrong Ceremony Performed Wed nesday Afternoon at The Bamoua San Francuco for distribution have been Bled The estate is appraised at H W Browning administrator of the estate of 0 L Hollingaworth has filed his final accountwhioh will be heard on July 1st The case of the Bunk of Yolo vs Wm J Reynolds et al was heard thle after noon before Judge KO Hart ERBneh appeared as coonsel for plaintiff and Wm Sims appeared for ttelutoeb one of the defendants and K Olark repre nented J A DeVllblne another of the The matter wag argued and submitted to the court for decision A Delicious Drink Beoanse Prune Coffee aids thereby oaring dyspepsia and constipa tion it u not offered as a medicine but Is delightful and refreshing substitute for coffee or tea It has came to stay in thousands of hornet and is proving a boon to the Invalid aa well as al others Choice prunes and selected grains are lie only ingredients The narcotic and constipating properties ol eoffec are Tery injurious particularly to children and people in poor health Ask your grocer to send yoa a package Sonny Rooms With Board Mrs Nellie Bttoy It located at 1008 Pine street of Joutt San tna Cisco where bw nmty furnished an any or food board MakM 1 OroTei TMtdtM Chill Tonic corw i laria Rune and tile tt Is said that once when the late Lord Russell then Sir Charles was on cir cuit be became BO Indignant with every pno in general and his solicitor client In particular that he seized hla large and heavy brief and smote the solicitor on the head with It The solicitor Indignantly collected his pa pers and huriied out oE court mur muring that lie would never brief Sir Charles again Some time afterward a shipping magnate came lo tlio same solicitor with a big case Brief Russell he laid The solicitor said he was sorry but It was impossible aa Russell bad nerer apologized Then give me my papers said the shipowner atd Ill go to some one who will Eventually the unhappy man of law not wishing to lose his best client had to apologize to Sir Charles Russell for leaving the court when Pearsons Weekly Hides Recovered Oharlie Lemsn came to this city to day and reported to the sheriff that he had found a lot of cowhides under the bridge near bis place about two tniles west of Woodland J A Harby of recently complained that somebody had been stealing hides from him It is poaaible that theee may be the nidea belonging to Mr Harby Special Sale For thirty days commencing Monday June 10th Mrs M MLambert will in augurate a aale ol everything in her fine atoek of millinery at prices that will astonish yon Come early and aecure jeStf Sretcholee Are Yon Going East This Summer If you are going to the PanAmerican Exposition at Buffalo or to Cincinnati Detroit Chicago Milwaukee or any point in the East write or call upon i W Hitchcock general agent Onion Pacific R R Co No I Mont gomery street Francisco in regard to reduced ronndtrip ratee to theee Three trains cia this route California daily The time of the Oerlaod Limited to Chicago is less d to which nearly day quicker than any other line The Student by H J Provott For sale at Woolleya mnsic Prlee 80 emit Benored Hwidence Dr Cortii baa taken rooms at B H Millers on north College itreet Phooe Jltf for good Mn bairent or poo to to DinilOT barber sham U The DEMOCRATS surmise on Wedne day that Mr Owen Armstrong ax Miss Myrtle Hayward would be mar ried in San Francisco on that da has been verified We are able to announce authoritatively tha the marriage was solemnized In the a ternoon in rooms 146 and 147 th Ramona 130 Ellis street The cere mony was performed by Sev Walte Frear and the witnesses were Frau McGriff of San Francisco and E Eokhardt of this citj The bride wore a brown tailormad suit which waa very becoming an added materially to her physical charm grace The groom was attired i conventional black The wedding was qniet and nnosteu tatious unheralded by elaborate prepa rations and unattended by a brillfan company bnt it was a particular happy denouement of a pretty lov romance that is of more than ordinar intereet in social circles That it was sounpretentious was matter of their own choosing for boti have many friends who are deligbtei with the nnion and U would hav afforded them great pleasure to assist i making the event a brilliant sooia function After the ceremony Mr and Mrp Armstrong dined with a party of friend later were the central ffjrnrea in i congenial theater party After their honeymoon during which they visit many points of interes on both sides of San Francisco bay they will return lo Woodland thel future home where a warm welcomi awaits them The bride ip the daughter of Mrs Wm Rehmke of this county and is a native ot Yolo She wa educated in the public school and Holy Rosary Academy and is i young lady of many accomplishments She is noted as a beauty of the biunette type Mr Armstrong ig the oldest son o Alec Armstrong of this oity and is i native of Woodland He is in the em ploy of Lord Murray and his relation are confidential with tbat firm He waa also for many yeara B trusted agenl and traveling salesman for M Diggs the predecessor of Lord Murray By all of theeo gentlemen he ie recog nized as a young man ot splendid busi ability and integrity The genial and sterling qualities his character commend him wherever ha is known Mr Armstrong is one 01 the moat popular andinflnentlal members of Woodland Parlor No 30 ff H O W It may not be oat ot place to relate i good story tbat comes from San Fran Cisco concerning an incident that oc curred on the morning of the marriage of Mr and Mrs Armstrong It hac been previously arranged that Mr Armstrong ehonld meet hia affianced al Sixteenth street Oakland With tbat purpose in view he croised the bay in the morning but instead ol boarding the Sixteenth etreel local he took the train or Frnitvale After traveling consid erable distance he began to suspect he was on the wrong route and he enquired of tbe conductor when the train would reach Sixteenth street and wae told in reply that he was not on the Sixteenth street line By a lucky chance he made close connection with a westbound train that landed him at the Oakland mole ia the nick of time to catch the on which the bridetobe was a passenger A powder to be shaken into the shoes Your feat feet swollen nervous and hot and get tired easily If you have smart ing left a tight shoes try Allens Foot Bare It coots the feet sad makes walking sMy Oares swollen sweating RELIC OP THE WAS Brought From the Philippines Corporal Need Corporal John H Need a relative o Elias Bnavely arrived from San Fran aieco Tuesday evening On Tues day morning the Thirtyfirst Unite Slates Volnnteera ol which h was a member was mustered out Tlii regiment arrived on Ibe Hancock fron the Philippinea and waa composed o Kentucky Tennessee Ohio and Indian companies Mr Need will visit in thl county and Sutler until the arrival o the Fortyfirst United Stales Volon teen on the Buford which is expecte to arrive in port next Monday He ha a friend in tbat regiment and as loon a he is mustered ont the two will leavo fo the East Mr Needs home is i Sharpabuig Washington county Marv land One of the relica of the war which Mr Need brought home with him is a mot which the regiment captured on th island of Miadora It is the chief weapon of warfare uae by the inhabitants of that aland It i in reality a aword but of a very prim itive design The blade is made of th beat steel doubleedged and very sharp It is incased In a bamboo scabbard Th guard is ol steel and very crude an the handle is wrapped with a cord mad of grass My little son had attack of whoop in cough and waa threatened wit pneumonia but for Chamberlain1 Cough Remedy we would have bad serious time of it It also saved bin from several sevuro attacks of oroup H J Strickfaden editor WorldHerald iFair Haven Wneli For sale by J V Leithold A Straight Tip To make money is easy to save it aye theres the rub Take a tip from us The American nation ie evidently a reading nation We have a hurry order on the road for a choic selection of periodicals maza zinea novels etc and are in a position to offer tbe best to the read innpublic at a low price Be in thi swim atd call on K B Ford agent fo Call Bulletin KeoordUnion ant DEMOCRAT stationery magazines etc WJ BIEV1NB M DOFFICE IN DIQUS building drugstore night Byrne Hotel Leithold 11 EC OUHTIS M Office First itreet comer Bunli wood land Cal Hours 1 to 4 p m Electric treat ment Office phono 61 residence 65 nul AMOBH18 D D RUUUi over Poiler Bros nloro Woodland Uai omcehouni 9to I2ilud 1 ion i NDICK M D A Y DICK D D s DICK DICK Cal Over Farmers t Merchants Dank Office A M lo 6 p M DR C K W1LCOXON DENTIST fARN Jlcrohauts Bank Bullainp Wood fl Cfll TO TO A PIHTOS ilAHKET FOB KKKSB J Bin vegetables and grocerlci Oonntry prodnon bought and sold Prlcw reaonnble Goods delivered to any narl of tht city IieeoloharRe SAIOONK SALOON ABB MOHRIB L prtetpr Flratolan wlnei ItquorV Nflxl to r s SrwnMtlirM 8 H STEVENSON D D s DENTIST Pinners Merchants Bank Building WOODLAND CAl EXAMINATION FREE iTRICTXY EASTERN PRICES 500 IIIingiBoaeorCeraenl VBono SilverJteut r awm Alum I num Pivot 460 np 2O 19O1 BBJTTLEYKHBS8 Two Young People of Knight i Land ing Are Wedded Late Wetlaetday afternoon Joe Berry Benllej Mies both ol Knigbls Undlng cppliad lot and were a marriage licenie A few mmutfia later bey tbe reaidenca of J 0 Sirninoua re quested hia good in he Bolemnl of tha marriage After the per formance cf the ceremony hey returned to Kmgbts Landing The marriage waa quite a turprlae to their Woodland frienda While It was known that they were devoled to eaoh other neither had dropped a hint of the probability of an early marriage The bride is the daughter ol Mrs 7 B KUBH Her father the late Andy KnesB was for many constable and a prominent citizen of Knighte Lauding Those who know her speak of Uer as a pretty and rery estimable young lady Thegroomia the second aonofMra E A Bentloy and a brother to Afiae Kale Bentleyof thia city He enjoys the reputation of being yonni man ol industrious habits aud exemplary character Heart It In HI George Sohaob a wellknown German citizen o New Lebanon Ohio ia a oon Btant reader oi the Dayton Volkszai tung He knows that this paper alma to advertise only the best in its and when he saw Chamberlains Pain Balm adrerlieed therein for lame back tio did not hesitate iu buying a bottle of It for his wife who lot eight weeks liad suffered with the most terrible in her back and conld get no re lief He gays After using the Pain Balm for a few days my wife aafd to me I feel as though bora anewand before using the entire contents of the bottle the unbearable pains had entire ly vanished and she ctmld again take up her household duties lie very thankful and hopes tlmt all suffering likewlee will hear ol her wonderful re covery This valuable liniment is for aale by J V Leilhold Orders for Salads Roasts Etc Orders taken at the Delmonico Res taurant for the best of salada and all kinds of roasts pastry etc at lowest prices Give us a trial je8tf The lieit Prescription lor Mdnrla Chills and fover is R bottle of Groves IaatelPBs Ohill Tonio It is simply iron imti quinine in a tasteless form No pay Price 60c NO 147 arsio Remember that name when yon delleloaa appetialng nonrlshii g food drink to take the piace of coffee Sold by all grocera ami liked by all who have used it Graino ii of grain It aidi digestion and strength ens the noryea It is not a itimaUnt but a healthbuilder am the children as well as the adulta can drink It with great benefit Coata about onequarter as moeh aa coffee IBc and 26o per package Ask your or Qraino FIFTYCENT COLUMN tiper ET OIOWK IS NOW PRBPARKB TO llca11 aDd accident to at a very low rale office over Bnfc of APK1COTS FOR CANNING AT THE A1 Grautranch Drop a postal jes FOR SArEABOrjT 8 TONS OF CHOICE lailey hay inquire ol f A onlho ilapiinm Hanoh Je24 TTMIR SAIEA 6YEAROLD BAY HORSE J1 sound weight about 1050 or 1100 pounds1 Uroko double nlco traveler will fee cheap Inquire at Jolm Huekea saloon neic door lo Armitroug A AlgoK Meat Market Jell IjlOR 8ALKTWO YKARUNH PULLBLOOD T edJeitoy bulls lor Color aark blue V I BiWSi er Enm IMa olHw or ol J II KICfi DJxon Cal niOR SALETWENTYTWO HEAD OF i youns broken and unbrokou mulei welch 1 to 1800 pounds Of J Ulppeli or ChaB ilndison Cal OB SALEWAGNER BARLEY CRC3HEB In good condition Uood MMhin iu n FARM where machin mySHt Plr at QU8 e ITIOR SALETHOROUOHBRED DDBHAlt lnmba OR ESThAYTHERK STRAYED TO MY PLACE on 1 Jule 01e years old No brand The owner can recover vuosamoby CEIAS HKRMLE Je20 O FUUNIS1IKD HOUSE In Ssn Krimclnco for July Auguit Sep rooms and Write to 3 R HOITTS SCHOOL IareuU desiring home InUuencei beautiful perfect super vlnlou and thorough mental incl physical ttnlutiig or their will flud all tieio requirements tulljr met at Holui School Menlo Piuk San Mateo county Henil lor catalogue Kloveplh year begins August 12th lyUJ U Hoirr 1h Principal French Organdies at Reduced Prices Ladies heres something that will interest you Its going to save you a whole Jot of money too Listen and well explain Our entire stock of colored French Organdies and you know what an elegant line we carry has been marked down the regular price of 35c 1o 20c a yard Think what a saving this will make for you French Organdies are considered always stylish make an exceptionally fine costume either for evening or street wear and taking the quality of the goods into consideration ve consider this an unusual oiler For styles and patterns seo window display WHITE PARASOLS THE WHITE HOUSE FANS BELT S leet Tntrowlnt cation epote Relievee corn bonooi of all and reel end eomforl Try U today Bold by all ihoe ttorn foi Trial Om Groves TasMtoM Chill Tonic 1000 dp 1500 up 100 up 3te Our Xew FLEXIBLE PLATES FLESH COLORED PLATES in when ALL WORK WARRANTED ornci i to SM r Halo Would You Share Our Experience This isnt the first time weve addressed you Wont ie the last either We havent pegged these seven ears devoting our entire attention to the F C Summer Corsets or nothing and we want you to know it Summer Corsets that are 19 No 124 No 179 Girdle Empire and Straight We dont try to see how cheap a corset we can sell you for these prices And why do we Because every F C Corset if not satisfactory after 30 days wear can be returned for a new corset PEOPLES TRADE PALACE Wa SMI Bust   

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