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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 8, 1901, Woodland, California                                VOL XLIV WOODLAND CALIFORNIA TUESDAY EVENING OCTOBER 8 19O1 NO 237 PURELY PERSONAL Movements of Persons Prominent in Society and Business Social Gossip of Interest About People V ho Dwell in Woodland and Suburban Districts S Riimmelaburg returned to Colnsa today Mrs Thos Ross ot Sacramento Is in this city I M Bedell was an arrival on the noon train W H Curson went to Davlsvillo this morning Mrs George Rupley returned toDun nlgan today Percy Hoag of Davisvilo was in this city today Mrs John Craig was an arrival Monday evening Dr White returned to San Fran cisco this morning Sxipervlsor Decker went to Sacra mento this morning A W North was a passenger on the early morning train Editor Scott of Davisvllle was an arrival on tho noon train Mrs Fred Miller returned from San Francisco Monday evening C P Balzari now has charge of the dairy at the lone reform school Mike Robinson was a passenger on the southbound train this morning Mrs Leewald and daughter were arrivals from Rocklin on the noon train Mrs B F Murray went to San Francisco this morning to visit for a week Miss Claudia Clantoii and MrsBeers returned from Sacramento Monday evening K Smith loft this morning foi an Francisco to attend the Masonic convention O Tjucas came over from Sacra mento Monday evening and returnee this morning Miss Annie Hafner and Mrs Ed B Lealce returned from San Francisco Monday evening W J Pickering G H Fuchs Sher iff Griffin Sam Grigsby and wife were arrivals Monday evening Mrs Ludden has returned from Spokane and is now theguest of hei daughter Mrs Josepli Murray Attorney W H Cook was an ar rival on tlie noon train and returned to San Francisco this afternoon Mrs B McCoolc returned Monflaj from Shasta county where she has been visiting relatives and Mrs John Monday evening and is the guest of Mr and Mrs George Ogden V Miss A Newman of Vnllejo who has been visiting her sister Mrs I Rosenberg wont to SanFrancisco this morning A C Huston W R Langenour and Byron Ball left for San Framusco Won j day afternoon to attend the Masonii c grand lodge I McConneUs father G M Me Connell loft this morning for Santr Rosa to make a brief visit there befor returning to his home in Hollister Rev J Morgan left on the nooi train for Gridley to attend the dis trict convention of the Christian qJiurch being held at that place this week Mrs E Mecklenburg and son Josop arrived Sunday from Calistoga am will make their home in this city will Lincoln Mecklenburg an employe o the Mail office f T S Spaulding and wife and T B J Gibson and wife will leave this after I noon for Highland Springs They wil A Dv team and expect to bo two weeks new remedy for biliousness is DOW on at J V ieitholde drag store II it called Ohamherlftins Stomach and Liver It gives qniok relief am will prevent the attack if triven as soon the first indication of the digeiee ap peare Price 26a per box Sample free For the beat tneels moat prompt per polite attention go to Brendel1 BeilaorADt Mcond door eaet of Collegi street Woodland Cal Seating ca pacily 100 pereons at ooce A fall complete agcnrtment of School tor gale I iMikjt foreaah only do act lor I credit for School Books Tbe Capfty Stage On and after JOQB lit will mak daily betweon Woodland ant Oapar artirioi Woodland at 10 r K MARKET BEPORTS actuations In Wheat Corn x Provisions Etc Oats We aro indebted to U E Mulcahy us commission broker for the follow tg market repnrta WHKAT Opening High Low Close otoberSty ecember69MW 70s Ofe 785i COBN etcher 55 ecemUer57 ay68 OATS ecemberW sy 34 1525 1535 905 905 815 795 803 1500 1020 892 892 835 m 795 1525 69S 897 315 792 BOO A MUSICAL TREAT Royal Italian Band at Opera House Tbis Evening 35 SiXK PORK inuary1605 1530 LAKD anuary902 lay897 RIBS ctober 810 annary790 CHICAGO October 8 1901 WHEAT was to 1 gher Paris i LJto if highor Ant verp unchanged Thereafter a weak opening local feeling turned strong iome speculative buying for French ccount was reported mid constituted ho principal bull item Wheat is rel atively tho oheiipest grain and tho tndorlying feeling among aueculators 3 hullislt Tho vast majority of triul are consttintly lookingfor sotne hiug bullish in the situation to en ourage an advance in wheat Fresh uiying today was sufllciont to furnish heimpetns Li ttlo or no export demand s reported so far and as far as we can earn French buying was not in any great extent large and may have been o cover hedges Wo seono funda mental change in the general condition Estimated curs tomorrow 100 us low this morning is Ijvorpool was J Joivor Bradstreet makes the worlds visible decrease 3000 Market had an ex romely dull tonp Demand is poor Im the tendency scorned heavy until upporled by tho advance in wheat Lhe active speculation was nearly all in bull side Unless tho demand ira roves we doubt if advances can bo maintained Estimated cars tomorrow 75 makes tho worldr visible decrease bushels Here narltpt is dull There is snipping demand buying on tho whole s not very encouraging Market has he support of several prominent local radors in speculative way Estimated citrs tomorrow 105 heavy and lower Receinls of hogs at primary markets G5000 against 73000 last year The shipping demand seems to be growing more slack and hogs are sharply lower Local support in a evidence Provisions liave had a harp decline and some rally is not now unlikely but we think prices are too high to be maintained and that they should be sold on the hard spots Estimated hogs 34000 Ship ment cut meat 2911000 against 3625 000 Lard 1117000 against 1966000 Pork 1011 against 627 Earned a Wide Reputation and is Now Better Than Ever The famous Koyal Italian Band is expected to arrive firfin Marysvillo this afternoon It comprises fifty peo ple independent of the soloists Mmc Barili and Miss Hointzen We have itlfoudy explained that this great mus ical aggregation comes to Woodland because tho Glume Opera House in Sac ramento is not ready to receive it and the musicloving public ot this city will therefore have a privilege that they would not otherwise enjoy It is pro people present wont music mad and from pit to gallery tlieia swept one continuous wave ot enthusiastic ap plause Even though It was the lust number of tlio program Sig Croatoro willingly responded Evan then tho audience refused to bo satislled Tho curtain was rung down but that seemed to be only a signal fora re newed outbreak Encoro number two had died away and the doors pf tho Grand wore thrown wide open but even tho chill ing air that swept from tlie street did not dampen tho ardor of the pooplo In vain did tho players riso from their seats and leave the alago tlio audi ence would not havo it and for tho third time the greatest band Seattle ever entertained played its evening farewell It was a great reception an honor worthy of tlie band It seemed as though tho handful of people who were present were ashamed ot those who should have been there au6thoy made up in enthusiasm what tlley lacked in number The blind is not unknown in Seattle It was hero last year and drew crowded houses nieht after night The band is bettor now than it ever was before BRIEF CITY NEWS 8ents of Interest in Woodland and Surroundings oca I Items of More or Interest Picked up Her aud There On the Wing Theprograms tiro arranged withutmost care They do not soar in the olttsslj cal neither do they sink to tho level of ragtime hut they reach tho people Nor do they appeal in vain Sig Croatoro has earned a host of friends among the musicloving populace of Seattle by his untiring ellorta to pleaso buble that the baud will also make an at all times Aud tho men under him Laudable Purpose J S Craig W R Malcolm W H Huston Spence Dingle Frank Des mond Ray Wright and G L Benson havo engaged the upper story of the Caldwell flats on College street for the purpose of studying1 chemistry etc It is a capital idea and tho young1 men should bo encouraged in their work Jt is probable that some of the local physicians will lend their assistance Paid His Fine Today was the lime set for tho aminatioii of Chas Burns who was r rested a week ago Monday near plights Landing for using a sot net fpr the purposes of catching fish The defendant appeared before Judge Kug gles this afternoon waived all ques tion of jurisdiction plead guilty and paid his lino of and tho case was dismissed Appointed At tho regular mooting of tlio Com panions of tho Forest Marguerite Cir ole No F of A Monday evening tlio following committee on arrange ments and reception for the entertain ment to bo given on Monday October 21st was appointed Mosdamos Od ium Alge Ogden Prose and Powers other extraordinary concession which our people will no doubt appreciate It has never heretofore rendered any selections on the street and it probably never will do so again but at Manager Webbers earnest request made be cause the time for advertising the band was so limited aud in order to convince skeptical people that the band is all that it lias been represented to be it is probable that the director will consent that tho band may render one or more selections on Main street near the post oil ce It should be romembared that Mine Barili who accompanies tho band as a soprano soloist is a marvelous song stress For sympathy and soulfulnoss in vocal effect she has but tew rivals Miss Hointzau the harp soloist is a very brilliant performer A Seattle paperhas tho following concerning the reception of Ilia band at that place The most remarkable scene ever nnctcd at tho Grand Opera Honso took place last night at the close of the sccqnd performance of the Hoyal Ital ian Band It all came through tho playing of a selection from Carman The great band was at its best They responded to the dictates of Sig Crea torc as ono man Ono musical instru ment was playing anil only one Jn all that concourse of players thort was but a single thought in the mind of ouch Tlio effect was instantaneous Tho Wrtut Slmll Wo Hivo fur Jcasrri I This question arisen in tho family very day Let us answer it today yrv Jelto a delicioia and healthfuldee aert Prepared in iivo minutes No noilitfilno bakinfjl simply aild boiling setlonoul Oramce Raspberry and Strawberry Got a package at your rrocern todav 10 cts What Do tlio illMiun Irinl Dont tcifi them tea or cotTne Have you tried llio food drink culled GRiUSO It in deliciious anil nour lulling and irkce the pne of rolfee file more Qrnino you aivo the children tlie more benIrti ynn dittribntn tJiron tlieir ayeipms Grflin o is made of pure Rrplne und when prnpcrly prepured like Ihe choice ernlcB of coffee but coers much All grocers tlllt 5cBnd25r A Bargain in TJnbleaohed Huslin On Bale or a lew davn only 150G of unbleached mualin nt 6 cents per worth cents Koeenberg olOd Otilll Tonic retrovei Mhectnie wore as prompt to respond to the popular dictates as was their leader The prices for the Royal Itallai Band this evening arc 51 cents cents and Tho same orgaimiUiou begins i weeks engagement in San Franeise at tho Alhambra theater next Sundry evening charging for tho bes seats Stepped Into LlTO Conla When a child I burned my foo frightfully wrilea W H Enda o Jonesvllle Va which caused horribl lee sores for SO years but Bucklen Arnica Sitlve wholly cured rne alte everything else failed Infallible fo burns ecalds cate eores bruised an piles Sold by VV H Lawaun Iron gist 25 cents For the best and freshest eroceries frails candies nuts end cigars an tobacco go to F W Brendels new an elegant store Armstrong Algo ballti Inenext door to Corner Drug Store All Rood a delivered to any part town by request and all order prompllv attended to Telephonn 12 Main F WBHENDEI s5tl Orders for Salads Roasts Etc Orders tatcea at the Dutmonico Res tAiirnnt for the best of unlnds and kinds of roaetB pastry etc at lowes nriccB Give ua atrial jelStf Firstclass work done at the Woo land Garnet Cleaning Works Kirs alreat near city hall Phone 895 8l4tf J C SPARKS r The Royal Baking Powder 1 costs only a fair price per jj pound and is cheaper and j I better at its price than any similar article in the world It makes more better and more healthful food The War of tho Rosos See notice in tho fiftycent column of airy cattle for aalo Tho War of the Roses at tho ow Armory hall next Friday ovoji Constablo Parker and Troy Burr njoyed some good quail hunting early his morning In a great twelveInning game in isn Francisco Monday Hanson made wo hits and scored the winning run Monday next wilt inaugurate u spe sale in dress goods and iinons at 3 M Millors Note tlie Inducements offered in his new ad litigetio Marvin will bn over from Sanramonto Saturday October 12th iml will endeavor to organize o violir lass For further particulars see 50 ent column Tho war spirit is spreading so anioiif lhe friendg of tho Young Tjiulios Socia Otub of tho Christian church tha they havo duciidod to hold Tho Wa of tho Hoso 15 in Iho Armoi hull F held a meeting in ncv armory hall MoiUlay evening Afto drill lunch was served and the that the company is now out of deb was a subject for many sincere con Sundays Call contains an excellen photo of Creatorc the leader of th great Royal Italian Band This won lerful organization is booked for weeks engagement in San UYancisc where it made a tremendous lilt las oasou jrEvery music lovor in tbo community dhould contitiluto himself a eomnuttso of ono to seo thtil nil his frionds at tend the concert to lio tho Royal Italian Bund tliisovoniiig This has linen suid to be fully thoecjual of Sousa and it is safo to say that nothing to compare with it has ever been heard in this ciiy roar Worth Sometimes a fortune bat never if jou Ave a allow compluxioD ajaandlced ok moth patches and blotches on the ilgna of liver tronble But r Kings New Life give clear kin rosy cheeks rich complexion nly 25 centa at W H Lawcona drug tore FIFTYCENT COLUMN jBcs oliesmmmr iJveiiuemeuli oo flvoltnca luaerted wilder this bend jrflfty osn taper week payable ID adraucel Ipori Head ol No 1 dairy cows ami young eaitleona milebelow Knight j Lami ng on Sutler aide For further Informatlou nllou or adilreM B SI OFtKEN SON Graf ouCal out HUNDRED COLONIES OK t1 beta for sale For timber pbrtlculata ad Ireas L BCAPP3 Woodland Cal oJ2 SU1UOD MAJIES AND 27 young mulce 1 gangplow2setol mule unrness nt B f Mggets 5 aouttnvest t Arbuofclo Address JO3KPH MEIVIN kTDucklc Oftlo o26 JUll SAUCAT A RKABONABLB PRICK A J lot of thoroughbred Shropshire buckfl sW o of owo lambs SIKH G SUHMKlSKlt 5 uiles fonthircse o Ilnlnllcld Volo county Crtlor lulilicmt Davlsvllloor Wlutcru Cal 08 IWlUj BE JN WOOUIANU SATURDAY OC lobor Hth tor Hit pnrposo ol organizing a violin OIRBB AU laose desiring to take lessens wUI Und me cither U the Jnliau Hotel or opera muse Fur further rinrllciilnraiiddreBB AKVIN 1301 H si oil OSTA IAIH OK TKNN18 SHOKS HERE j loaT Tuesday afternoon somewhere tuo Bank of and the norlheRgtern jjnrloftown lTho Under will please leave Ihe at this office olO P FIBBER NEHBlAPER AUVEKTlalNO IjARent 21 MerchaalB Ban Kriu ciwo U our agent This papert on lllo In his ofllce 6 SOW HEAVY WITH fill O rop oil right CBr 71 branded on sttU Any Information letl at this ollicc or o box IiW will uo thatikfiilly received nl pAKKM UHA DAKKl BltOWN I1OR8B with IDIIK cotton ropo ftttuukol to neck knee on KK fore SUIT swollen about9orlO OiVjjerCHtwmvo the fiflme bycaHlug iiiul liaylhg coals YU1O O12 O01 600 UOUUS OF willow wood at I lie following prices 25 vnrdRor over at 5300 per eotd leea than and over 10 cords 32S per cortl under 10 cords jicrcord Kliqillre ol X MNUOI Klkhorn o7d VtfA NTK MKN TO UJIOP BRdSH Wnges Jl 25 per ilay and botird Apply to LIO Haelilon Slnbles Wondtatld or at the clnnn elnk ol tnche creek 61711 SAM MONTGOMERY EUiiONS OF CHAlt M nctcr find Rood reputation in efch ytato IOIHI In ihiH tiouuiy requliedl to represent and iinvertlse old established vvcallliy hustaess ol Mjlid fiimnclal Btnndlnx Swlary is CO weekly vltli exrieciBCB uddlllonal all pay in each WediHeclay direct from head nllUis llorfle und carriage tiirnlHbed when n cessiuy UelcrenreH setfadtlresEed sUiuped euvelopt MauoyerSOC tuxtou ItLichiPiiBH OHM iOD000 KAISIN TRAYd FUR SALli UUO1 1 fordrytnj Irllll Jiliaulre oi J DODGE lAlter us Crazy Hodge Davlsvllle Cal OCC1J Fall Style Coats and Furs Little by Utllo our various departments their entire of new Iftl and want of apace we leoribe tbetn liere as accurately tia wo would like There are THE RAGLANSRight UptoDate THE 34 Stylish THE SHORT Popular 34 MISSES CHILDRENS COATS Fur Capes Collarettes Boas Tippets and Childreiis Fur Sets etc We want you to see them took theoi over carefully notice the styles the mikeup and prices in particular then when you are ready to buy your own judgment will dictate whom to give the preference THE WHITE HOUSE CATCHY THINGS FALL 1901 IN PETTICOATS WRAPPERS FLANNKIETTES NIGHTROBES Jost or a joke you ought to see how many of those 12inch Accordion Plaited Petticoats we are Belling Made of good etttteen with heavy mercerised finish excellent widtli all length Really the Trade Palace C Ja C Je mean Counter Jumpers are going to atHkB lor n rniee Ha I How iboul that Umbrella Shawl More in vocue than ever We have the materials to moke up Hnvo you tlm time We hnve Umbrella Shawls ot Srietland Rasa and ice wool PEOPLES TRADE PALACE We Sell Yarns and Zephys GUGGENHIME CO BUYERS Of DRIED FRUITS RAISINS NUTS HONEY WOODLAND PACKING HOUSE   

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