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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - August 1, 1901, Woodland, California                                To YOB Motto Children Uke readily to fact do not kbow the difZereMe M fc VOL XLIV WOODLAND CALIFORNIA THURSDAY EVENING AUGUST PURELY PERSONAL ii Society and Business Social of Interest About People Who Dwell in Woodland and Suburban Districts T J Crane of Winters ia in this city J 0 Ball went to San Francisco this morning J F Sink ot Ban Frenoisco is in this city Mies Hattia Robinson went to8nisnn this morning Miss Myrtle Sells went to Arbuekle his morning Miss Maggie Morell wae an arrival on the noon train Thomas Haghea was an arrival Wed nesday evening A H Abele returned to Dnnni gan this morning Mies Mary Craig has returned from Highland Springs Mrs Edgar DePue went to San Fran cisco this morning Mra 8 Reynolds went to San Fran claco this morning Mrs Julia Wood went to Ban Fran claco this morning A F Johnson returned to College City this morning G N Blaokbnrn retnrned from thai north thii morning Miss Olaribel Griffin has returned Jrom San Francisco Ohas Uemare of Madiaon left for Oregon this morning D Oliver and family have returned from their summer crating Mrs Margaret Murphy went to Sacra mento yesterday afternoon Mrs William Goyet and children were arrivals Wednesday evening MraOronm and Mias Kate Simmons went to San Francisco this morning Newt Niekell and family for Snow Mountain Wednesday morning on a camping trip Misses Iluner and Blair of 8acra mento and R II Beamer were arrivals on the noon train Mrs Warren Myers and children and Miia Nellie Grose led for Shasta Retreat this morning Vinoent Woodbnry came over from Sacramento Wednesday evening acd retnrned this morning Mrs Clerence Day haa returned from Maine Prairie She was accompanied by her Father Sam Triplet Miss Ada Holmes who has been visit ing Mrn Julius Balzati retnrnedto San Francisco this morning Mrs Douglas Balfour left for Glen Alpine this morning In a few days tbe will be joined by Mr Balfoor I Mrs W F Malcolm Mrs Will Morris and Hits Grace Craig left for San Francisco Wednesday afternoon Mrs Charles Riggina who has been visiting George Lylord and family re turned to Nan Francisco this morning Miss Maitie Caspero Vallejo was an arrival from Nevada City this morning and is the guest of Mies May Snavely Mrs Laoy Malcolm andherdangh tere MissMabel and Mra George Bots ford have returnacS from Knights Land H M Miller and family came down from Hotter county Wednesday after noon and leit for Pacific Grove this morning Mrs Will Bean and children and Miss Kohn went to Sao Francisco this morning In a few days they wil go on to Fresno Mrs E Poffenberger came down from Setter coanty Wednesday to meet her daughter Francis The latter re torn etl to Nap a today Thee Orafford end his mother Mra BC Grafford Will McHenry and Miss Linnie Grafford will leave for Snow oantaia on Setardey Mies Stella Torner ol Vqrette if it soarl arrived eo the noon train and U Mrand Mrs T B fine Blew 9 B Gibeoe B W Gwtoo aod wife tbei daughter arrive from Xisnoerri Wed aeedav evening nnd are taeeta of W O Uwlnn ead UmJy The are brothers Carl isuiarftm aod bit Mead Mr who have been visiting Peter Lawson end amity left for Fran cisco today and in a few dayrwill start or their home ID Cleveland Obto H W Langeaoar down rom Alien Wednesday She did otgoto Portland as she anticipated when she left Woodland for San Fran laeo Mrs K W Tbarpe and her dangbter Mrs E Poffunberger left for Topkawa Oklahoma this morning They will be one aeveral weeks E Poffenberger ceompanied them as far aa Sacramento Marshal Gwinn aod wife returned rom a visit with their son Marion and amily near Wood bridge Han Joaqnln onnty Wednesday evening They rove all the way by team and in one lay party made up of Mr and Mra ames Baird their children Jamea Jr Villie Mary and Sweetheart Eon laird and Mrs Ohris Knight left today or a camping trip They will prob bly begone six weeks Cummins Jr is ill with malaria ever ONTHERIVERBANK A forty From Wwdlind Spt Some Pleasant Hours The Were Good the Camping Site Was Ideal and the Late Repast Excellent ALLEN SPRINGS WATER it u Sapidly Gaining Popularity aa a Beverage With the beginning of the present leaaon H W Langenoar proprietor of Allen Springs tried the experiment of putting the waterof that famous spring upon the market and with gratifying ricceBs For tbe accommodation of those who prefer it that way he aende t oat in quart bottles neatly abeled and corked BO as to preserve all the elements of the water hot he is making a specialty ol Bending it out in jugs and it Is very desirable in that forin for family use It ia claimed that It can delivered in jugs in just at good con dition and much cheaper than in any other form The water i acool pure and palatable and an analyiis of its properties ahowe that it is one of the most healthful waters in California R G Laweon ie the local agent The water may ha ob tained from him or on a direct order to the springs LOCAL BREVITIES Hevel hait obtained employment n the railroad ehops at Sacramento Johnson shipped D B Karris fine mare Ventura to Frank Nugent at Brentwoed today Reith Co grain buyers are agents or leading firmsand we ask a perusal of their new ad by the Boya who are willing to pick frnit can find apylying toG H Hecke at the Byron Jackson arm There will be a apeoia sale of wrap pers at the White Hooae Saturday Jote the inducement in the new ad Agent Morris Bells roundtrip tickets rom Woodland to Pacific Grove for and they are good for ninety days DrWhite came over from Sacramento today and waa in consultation with Ore Ward and Kser in the Peter Foster case 1 oe NardinI formerly ot thle city waa one ot those who recently pasted a civil service examination in San Fran Lizzie Oole will teach in Ram sey next term Miss Evaline Fishback in Cache Creek district and Jeflergon Wildwood and Summit districts have not yet reported Judge Shields Harried Judge Peter J Shields and Milt Caroline Wilsey of Hacramento were married today and will leave this even1 ing tor Lake Tithoe where they will spend their honeymoon Jndge Shields is one of the most popular men in the State and bis bride is described ae i particularly charming and beautlfa young woman Woodland Honored Mrs J J Morgan has been elected treasurer of the Sunday school con Ten tion it Oarfield Park Her S J Morgan baa been elected i member of toe State board by ibe State board of Christian ministers C4 tfce Editor 8 A Brown or Beonettsville 9 O vu once immensely surprised ToroBfh long nOsript irom dytpep im writes say wile wae greatly nw dowa 8be had no ttreasrtb or or tad suffered rrmt distress Iran her swaaeh botebe tried Electric Bitten which helped her at oeee ted alter otiBf loor she is entirely well eet earthing Its gnmi toBto and its gentle laxative qoeittin are splendid tor torpid liver Far in dtfeetio tons o stonwea Md troabUsiU MM num Only We M W H A party consisting of M Oiggs and amily Mrs W H MeRoberta ot San Francisco Mrs Maria L Jackson and daughters Miaaes Adelaide and Gather ne of Kentucky 0 E Dingle and amily James Moore Mr and Mrs Will Browning Misa Annie Hafner of Hannibal Missouri Gny Goin Miss Zella Gibson Maeter Eddie Prut and Ed E Leake and family drove ont to he Sacramento river Wednesday evening spent several hours very ileaaantly aud enjoyed a very appetis ing lunch The road between Elkhorn and Wood land is in excellent condition and the drive is one of the best in the county During the drive out the weather waa rather too warm to be conducive tocom fort but congenial company good teams perfect roads and the prospect of an oldtime picnic dinner tended to make tbe party forget all about the temperature Camp was made ou a graasy sward between the river bank and the com fortable and inviting home of Mr and Mra Hugh Cave half a mile below Elkhorn It was near the roadside but as Mr Cave haa covered the highway with a thick coating of atraw passing teama did hot raise the duet and annoy the campers with clouds of floating real estate There ate BO many ideal camping along the river bank that it woold be usetees to claim that this particular spot has exclusive opportunities ad van tagea and charms hut there are com forts beauties and delights that cannot be overlooked by those who have an eyo for the beautiful and who admire the picturesque in The opposite shore appears in the distance to be almost an unbroken for est and the shade is dense stately and dark but we are told that it is only a natrow belt of timber and that to the east there ie a wide stretch of prairie on which are to be found only email patches of oak A carpenters cabin may be seen from the westernbank and it seems to be located In ehadowi nhich are never penetrated by tbe cheerful and healthfulray a of the sun At the river two small canoes were tied and joat as the twilight began to deepen a third hove fn sight coming down the river Ita sole opcupant was a woman She bandied the oar with all tbe grace and dexterity of an exper oarsman landed her frail bark stepped blithely ashore and waa soon loat to view in the shadows of the great trees From onr camp there wae a splendid view on the west aide of the river Onae outside the narrow btlt the aight is anobatrncted aa far as the vision can extend The stretch of tule Und and plaina presents a level vista that is unbroken except by tbe wall of foothills that merge into mountains and are easily diatingnishable on the west While the tale landa are rich they have not yet been reclaimed and only a belt half a mile wide is productive Thia belt is covered with lowing herds ol cowa and fiocka of aheep while the rich brown gtooble ihowa that the harveal ha been fruitfat Near the Hver bank is located Mr Caves large and substantial residence and in the front ysrd are many treei bearing delicious frnit Barn granaries and stock yards like so many hives ol industry bear evidence of the thrift anc industry of the owner of this aplendic arm The stately trees that grow along th river bank east an ample shade over tb landscape affording protection from the rays of an Aogoit the grassy car pet not altogether green bnt of varied boee frosn brown aod rnieet to tbe mos brilliant coloring upon whieh w spread oar loach was M inviting M th velvet eerpet ol a drawingroom The beoebwtoat lend iron to top c tbe bank to ttte waters edfe area bare aad ahnoat ae herd M tone and the eteje by which the deueal K to Mle are artificial aad was only disturbed by a parsing m At that point it is a beanliiol stream and contributes much 0 the charm of the anvironmenle that go toward making the place an ideal pot for private picnic The diversity of the scenery the ftanty of the landscape tbe density of us forest on the other aide the ietnreeqaeneas of the grove in which we camped the balmy breeze that tlrred the leaves of the trees and rip led the aurfaoe of the wafer arecal nlated to pleaae the senses of those rho love nature and delight ia its rondera and rbo enjoy the irodigftl abundance of natures bounty And what shall we say of the lunoh T hat stereotyped expression a feast fit or the gods does not fitly describe It 1 would sonnJ meaningless and per unctory to Bay it waa prepared in the ilgheat style o culinary art No man f unlimited resources and the good hinga of earth air and sea at hie com mand ever eat down to a banquet that waa more keenly reliihed Delicious uffee steaming hot and ot rich iroma broiled ham nold roast mutton bread relishes fruits and cake and ice ream were aerved and appetites whetted by aride inthe open air a delayin the lunch hour an exhilarating reeze and inviting environments were imply satisfied After lunch Ibe moon slowly emerged rom the clouds that obscured the east ern horizon Its mellow rays first lictnred fantastic shapes in the forest on thB eastern bank then played hide and eeek in the boagba of tbe majestic treea on the opposite shore and formed n exquisite pictnrea on the bosom ol the Sacramanto forming a sheen as bright as burnished silver It was panorama of river valley forest ant rlade that onoe seen can never be for totten I And aa fair Luna ehed a mellow light over a scene that was inspiring there arose in the stillneea of night a melody of voices that swelled into perfect harmony lingered in the air like sweet ncense and then died away in the die tance leaving only a pleasant memory The drive home was exhilarating and one of the most enjoyable features o a privatepicrio that will long be membered by all those who made up tha party WUbta temty ieet of ear oesnp tbc BMTSMMSMtXltW Com while wawsMlstere bos Wkkp InoidwUUy iag for Gold An old namsd A bat beta In Woodland tor Mvaral days He owns several thousand acres of land In S otter county thai is subject to i overflow Mr BoMhke evolved a scheme ol reclamation in which heis trying to interest other swampland wners His plan is to earry the water om the Tisdale on the Sacramento ver to tbe Feather by canal and to redge tbe Feather from Nicolans down Incidentally It may be mentioned that r Bosohke is interested in n Dredge Company He believes hat a large amount ol gold will be oand in tbe bed of the Feather rive much that it will be profitable to redge for it After the gold is washed at he proposes to nse the dirt for oildlng levees along tbe river Bartlett Springt Mrs Fred Miller and daoehter MUi Marie and Mrs Mollie HinisLamber nd daughter Mies Ella May oro Bartlett Springs Wadriesday after oon They say they had a delightln me and speakin praise of th ospitable treatment and polite attec on they received from Manager Me Vtahon The crowd is not so large as i was early in July but another jam 1 x pec ted between the first and middl f August OIL AS FTTEL Guggenhirne Cos Pladt Has carded Coal J D Onnningham of the Valle Machine Works located at Froino has net completed the change of the heat ng apparatus at packing plant so that hereafter oil in atead of Coal will be ueed for fuel Wherever this change haa been made the result haa satisfactory The experience of the Southern Pacific Company showa a saving of about 60 per cent in substituting oil for coal as fuel A teat has been made ol the new appa riUna in GngKenbimea packing eetab iahmeot It works perfectly and ac complishes all that ie expected of it Mr Cunningham ia an expert in putting in and operating oilburning plants and his work in this city has een particularly satisfactory Hermann Sons The members of the 0 D H K of the Sacramento and Woodland lodges wil unite in a ploaic at a fine grovet foni miles south of Elkborn next Knnday Chore will undoubtedly be a large at tendance One of the features of th days amusements will be excursions on the river and a number of steam annchcs will ba there ID order to ac coioamodate the crowd The Hop Crop On the hop farms of ths Merkele Uros and Mr Casselman on the roa between Sacramento and Elkhoro th b op crop promises to be a good one On the other hop ranches in that vlcin ity the yield will be rather indlfferen One of the causes assigned is that no so much moistare from the river asaal percolates through the hopfieldi If that mirror of yours shows retched callow jaon diced look moth pMcbes and blotehe on the skin its liver trouble bat D Sings Nsw Life Pills regulate the live purify the blood give clear skiu ros checks rich complexion Only 28c H Law sons drag store Hetoraed to Woodland Dr M W Ward has returned froi Europe and resnoaed his former prat tiee Office over Zimmermans drnj residence in Gallup buUdlo Telephone So 77 Special atfentio to eye ear nose and threat u heretc fore aafldew Verne raree piles or 160 rewar Price For eale ia Woodland b J V Leitrtold tbe told It is bettor for contains none ol poisonous its of ten or It it toewa btt tbe poisoni known tannin test nd eaffein in coffee are very o nerves Children who ate have clear acd skin asist an n better condilian to throw off thu ail ments common to the yoanf A ioas beverage Your grocer Mill rune OofTee and refunds your money H you are not satisfied anTdw Oat All Sadieville Ky was cnriona t earn the cause of the vast improve ment in the health of Mrs 8 F Whit aker who had tor a loon time end a re untold suffering from a chronic bran hial trouble Its all to D tings New Discovery her hns band It completely cored her an Iso cored oar little granddaughter o a severe attack of whooping coofb ositively cores coughs colds la grippe roDOhitis and throat and long troubles Guaranteed GOo atfd Tri lottfes free at W H Lawsonsdro store Special Sale For thirty days oommenciov Mondsy Jane 10th Mrs M MLambert will in augarate a sale ot everything in her fin stock of millinery at prices that wi Orders for Salads Bowti Xte Orders taken at the aorant for tbe best of and all kinds of roasts pastry etc at lowtst priced Give OB a trial 300 cords mountain oak stove wood or sale 8 W BABKEB Donnigaa FIFTYCENT COLUMN All of MnrttMBmts M iownlliilt aveltQM InaerMd Tinder thi hMSl rorOftTOcnuper aavfnaea1 BOYS ABOUT aixTttrf yeui of age and upward waatvd to tmlt at the VlotorU Otchanl IfOR TIERS OJf STOVl WOOD j pruneacd no BmAU liatb wood 1j the lot fi per delivered IB Woodland KnqulreotA PINTO J L BOHAHSON FOB A GOOD MEAL QO TO THE IMJMT chop home la W gommt nlooa Arm Krone batldlmr itnet Woodland JAMKS COOK Prop I71OR ACRES OF BDMMKRFAi C low miles wntheanof Dnnnlcan alw 25 tODI ot good wheat hmr Apply to BUCK BKOWNS CORN BBS A X1 package oontaliatDg a necktie ftad a pair ot Klovei Owner can have the Hme by piovinc property aud lor chltnaUee J i west o EASY TEEM8 A improved home of 20 acres twonUw ot Wood land Eighteen acres in tliaUa For puttonUra call OB A N D10K WoodUmL ug SAUE TVKNTYTWO nnjc broken and unbroken FOB ron Ing from MO to 1300 pounds Enqolre ol J L Rlppell or Chu Duman Jladlion Cal jettt aiRL WANTED TO DO HOUSEWORK FOR a fumtly ot five e at trill office Muit be a good oook JytW HELP new WANTJSB FOR cannery Front afreet 2aet2kf tbe river VVouxeaand glrli wanted for end aftee thelOlh Everything new btlRht and etcu provided for all Call on or address CEKTKALCALA CAMNIRIKS K1HEKH NKWHFAPKK astonish von first choice Oome early and secure jeStl Will return Aog 12th Gnat Dentist LI Agent 21 Merchant U oar authcirlied Toll paper uti Uletu hlB office PLAJN YOtJNO WAKT8 to to ont todo i For Imther luformatl MARTIN Woodland Cal RO ont todo plain wvisfi by the day atlon addreuillaS SOPHIA Buy Now For Future Needs 20 For Cash See Jflndoi Special Sale of Wrappers Saturday August 3 1901 The White House NEW NECKWEAR a A PEOPLES TRADE PALACE ADVANCES HADE ON GROWING CROPS DRIED FRUITS ALMONDS RAISINS HONEY GUGGENHIME CO WOOOLJJTB   

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