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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 12, 1901, Woodland, California VOL XLIV WOODLAND CALIFORNIA SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 12 19O1 A WAR OF ROSES Entertainment io New Armory Hall Friday Evening Given Under the Auspices of the Young Ladies Social Club of Christian Ohuroh The young ladles social club of the Christian church showed both taste and Kood business sense in the inaug uration and management of a very unique entertainment which was giv en ill new armory hall Friday even ing It was souiethiug out of the or and so novel that it inspired the best efforts of the members from the moment it was first suggested and their and enthusiasm arouseu un usual interest among their friends All day Friday the various committees veve busy completing the details put ting on the linishint touches to the decorations and enlisting the sympa thies ot their friends The young la dies were particularly active in their missionary work and their persistent buttonholing ami importuning served to remind us an election day The members of the society were as near equally divided aa possible The division was made by calling the roll and the red and white banners alternated hi choice As a result hus band aud wife were often arrayed against each other under opposing col ors 1astor Morgan appeared to be one of the chiefs in the red rose and he did some very clever work hut his cleverness was in a great measure oiled by his popular wife who was one of the leaders under the white rose Hag The attendance was good The ad mission at the door netted About twothirds of tie main hail was enclosed by the contending sides and he space was equally divided A Kire running north and south in the Snter of the hall fixed the dividing line The decorations were very elabor ate and very pretty The committee in charge of the decorations for the white rose side consisted of Mrs Mor gan MnT Harley Hurling Mrs Wm Browning Misses Grace Holt and Julia Boggs and they had a number vol unteer assistants The red rose committee was made up of Mrs G R Wilcoxou Mrs May Brown Mrs W Y Browning Mr and Mrs Gist the Misses Eakle Nellie Bullock Clara Bell Griffin Leoua Brown Mary Browning Irma Brown lug Ruby Garrette Grace Craig and Ora Stephens Of course the white rose was a dis tinguishing feature in the white booth and some very flue specimens were ex hibited White crepe paper and ropes of smilax were tho features of the overhead decorations Ivy on the bal cony and asparagus ferns on tlie wire netting were used with very pleas ag effects Potted plants hanging ftskets mirrors and asparagus ferns were the features in the dining room The special illuminations were green and white incandescent lights De hwons lemonade was served from a large punch bowl The menu consist ed of chicken salad dainty wafers olives salted almonds icecream an gel food cake and coffee A bevy of pretty ranging from ten to fif teen years of age gave admirable ser vice in the dining room In tho red roao booth the decorations ware exquisite Tho arch over tho ontianco was particularly beautiful Hcd roses sntiii ribbons and smilax formed tho fraiuowork and the arc of red incandescent lights completed a very pretty picture The design over liond was in red streamers Tho wire netting on tho south was a of rod geraniums smilax and red satin ribbons The oust balcony wasdono in pepper branches hanging baskets and bows of red crepo paper On tho east wall woro mirrors muskets haver sacks and other accoutrements of Coni paiiyF George Lovojoy Ray Wriffht and Elmer Van Tassell in uniform and carrying muskets acted as sentinels at the entrance Mastor Edwin Bodoll in Lord FaunUoroy suit of bright crimson acted us tickettaker and little IIoloi Uosenborjj as tiahor Refreshments were served in apart ments former with the aid of pretty folding screens The decorations were lowers and potted plants The menu consisted of chicken salad dain chips oiivos coffee peppermint ms icecream and orange food fclie Cool and refreshing lemonade was served during the entire evening The white rose adherents opened the program with a very pretty sclec tiou La Tiplca Polka rendered by the following members of the mando lin club Mrs W H Lawson Misses Kate and Mlnnlo Germcshausen Miss Carmen Clowe and Mr H Edoman Mis Steiner Mrs Ethfll Campbell H Browning and George Craig sang a very pretty quartette My I Lovod So Well The fam ous A B C duet was well rendered by Miss Mattie Garrette and George Craig Mrs Delia PriorPierce sang Could 1 In splendid voice A very funny little farce entitled Why Mrs Gaskill Didnt Hire a Cook was the next number on the program Miss Grace Holt Imperson ated Mrs Gaskell and her guest was Mrs Harley Harllng The applicants were Mrs I P Diggs as Susan High head dressed in all the colors of the rainbow George Craig cleverly made up as a Chinaman Miss D Campbell who didnt want the position unless the landlady could speak Latin and French fluently Miss Mattie Garrette who bad the swagger and vernacular of the tough girl down to a fine point and Miss El ma Goln who had the manners and brogue of au Irish girl who could cook like an angel An oldtfme favorite Cousin Jede dtah brought out Mrs Carrie Gray Mrs J J Morgan Mrs W H Brown ing Mrs I P Diggs Miss Mabol ook W H Browning George Craig and T ester Rhodes Their costuming ivas exceedingly funny and by many this feature was considered tho best on the program After this number Rev J J Morgan announced the beginning of the red rose program Misa Leonoro Cummins rendered in a very artistic manner on tho piano Sixth Rhapsody Mrs Steiner aud W H Browning ang very sweetly Goodbye Sweet Day Two Little Gosaipera introduced two little sprites Helen Rosenberg and Dorothy Porter who aoon demon strated tho fait that there are some things that children can do as well as their mothers Mrs May HarlanBrown gave very effectively a humorous recitation enti tled She Wanted to Learn Elocution Tho closing number a quartet entitled The Auctioneer splendidly rendered by Misses Mary Browning and Abbio Eakle and Mossrs Gist and Browning It was then announced that refresh ments woro ready to he served aud for the next hour the refreshment tables were well patronized Everybody was also invited to cast a ballot ex pressing an opinion as to which was entitled to Uie palm of victory Three hundred and eightythree votes were cast auci the white rose adher ents won by a margin of G7 The wearers of the red rose took defeat good naturedly comforting them selves with the thought that their re ceipts exceeded those of their success ful opponents by Not Too Funny Now and then some crank conies along and professes something that Is to be too funny Thats all right for Napa or Stockton but Woodland is sane and orderly and so The Old Maids in the inimitable farce O Its a Man are just enough for just as funny as one can stand Our local stars who are fine arc In It and the whole matter is pointed toward October 21st at p m Watch for the bills and the con undrum show window guess cards English Walnuts John Martin who lives west of Woodland has two English walnut trees that are 15 years old and have been in hearing for only 2 years A M Eaton sold him the young trees and he is selling a great number of slips to those who have concluded to graft the English walnut on other stock The nuts on the Martin trees are very large and of good flavor Hanson Was It Oakland received another severe drubbing Friday from the hands of San Francisco The score was 131 Hanson had the distinction of having scored the only run and only stolen base for his team He also managed to secure one of the three hits made by Oakland Attention Company F Members of Company F will please assemble at the armory on Sunday morning at oclock for the regu lar shoot CAPTAIN CURSON Stricken With PiirnlyMs Hendiirton Grimelt ol this place wse stricken with parlint pralveis and complete loai iliu ueeof one inn and aide Alter baine treated hy Rn emi nent physician for quite nwhila with out relief my wife recommended Chain hcrUinfl Pain Balm and after uainit two bottlca o it he is almost entirely cured RMcPosAiD Man Logan cunnty W Several olhe yi ry re rnarkuhlfl ntirea partial paralyaie have henn effected by the tifie rJ thia lini ment It most widely known how ever as cure lor rhenrnalism sprains and bruises uoM hy 1 V The Heit for Chills unil ever is i hoille of Groves Ohill Tonle It is simply Iron find quinine in a form No pnv Irira For the best me ule moat prompt ser vice and polite Attention so to Itrnndde Realaurent eenonrt donr east ol College street Woodland Seating ocltt 100 peraone at onne s25tf F W RRKNDKL lHrlft MHkHH Itlanrt Tasteless Chlil Tonic onree NO 241 BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Surroundings rocal Items of More or Less Interest Picked up Her aud There On the Wing Dont fail to heaiMason and Mason this evening Rudolph and Adolph will afford the phunnleat sort of plum this ev ening Or J McLean it vetorinury suigeon of Saovamento will be nt tho College stables on Monday next Mr and Mrs Oscar Whiteliouse have inncliasecl of Lord Murray a hand some rubbertire buggy The White House quotes some con vincing prices on lloor coverings in its now ad to which we call attention Every day of warm weather and dry winds lessens the chancea that the ral singroweis will sustain aerious losses The West Valley Lumber Com pany is employing two wagons to move the lumber it is now receiving Larke formerly Davisvllle nas been tendered the leadership of the Grass Valley and Nevada City banilB Most of those who have made a study of hog cholera say that all hogs that die of the disease should he burned The second crop of strawberries is still in the market and ye editor was horn with a strawberry mark on his appetite I Leako left for Sacramento this afternoon to play cornet with Pro fessor DeCoes orchestra m Hale Bros ftoro this evening Wycltoff is a delegate to the grand encampment of Odd Fellows which will be held in Fresno com mencing next Friday Pierce has removed all his stock from Glen Alpine for the season The snow season has already opened at that popular resort The market hnntnrs have evolved a very ingenious scheme for evading the provisions of the game law Dealers in San Francisco now act as brokers VThe latest news from Frank Lam pliero of Daviaville who is in a Sacra mento hospital holds out tho hope that the amputation of his legmay not bo necessary Rev H L Matthews telegraphs from Santa Rosa that he is sick and will not be home until next week There will therefore he no services In the M E church south tomorrow Ike Hyman swore out a complaint in Justice Rnggles court this after noon chargingJohn Schneider with having used a cane on Aivin Hyman the young son of Mr and Mrs Ike Hyman Mrs E Barbour returned from Woodland Sunday where she was called some time ago by the serious illness of her father He is now Im proving and his recovery is expected although he is a very old no Courier CinmCHNOTES Services to be Held at the Various Places of Worship Methodist Episcopal Strangers Sabbath Home Second and North streets Hov C E Winning pastor The pastors theme for the morning sortnon will bo How to Have Two Good Services Every Sunday and the following music will be presented Aria Mozart Unto the Lord Loronx Preoiora Wobor Andante Gluck In the eveningtho pastor will speak on Music and tho musical program will bo as follows Lost Song service Choir and congregation Make Mo a Sanctuary Lorenn Nocturne Spohf Classmeeliiig 1030 Sunday school at Epworlh League meeting at p m A cordial welcome awaits you at any of the above services St Lukes Episcopal church Second street between Main street and Lin coln avenuo Rev O Parker pastor Celebration of the holy communion 7 a m Sunday school a in morning prayer and sermon 11 a in evening prayer and sermon p m On the first Sunday in the month there will be a second celobratioir of tho holy communion at the 11 service All are most cordially in vited to attend Church oi the Holy Rosary Main street Father Grealy pastor Father Horgan will he cele brated in the church at 8 and a m Masa will be celebrated at Knights Lauding at 9 a m Christian church corner College street and Lincoln avenue J J Morgan school at 10 a 111 The morning ecnnun will bo tho third in tho series on Uocon sliucted Christianity Special music at each service Solo by Mr Craig in themorning and the mule quartet will sing at the ovcning service Baptist church corner College street nud Lincoln Sane and Sensible Thoughts for Honest Living and What is Heaven and What is furnish the themes forstudy at the Baptist ohurch Stewart will proach Besides all of tho regular orders of service on such occasions wo shall have some good singing by tho choirs of both the Baptist and Congre gational churchesThe welcome is also cordial and u double welcome as it comes from both congregations The studies will do good to anyone and we lelieve will ha especially interesting to those who have not fully settled the matter of whether heaven or hell is to be thoif next home Will Not Be Here Tho meeting at the mission rooms this evening will not be conducted by tho W C T U as the speaker G T Meeker cannot be present as adver tised on account of other pressing duties Baseball The Willows baseball olub is ex pected to arrive this afternoon and will remain in this city until Monday morn ing Seats have been put up for the accommodation of tho crowd and the diamond wiil be put in firstclaas con dition today The following is the lineup of the two teams Willows Woodland MillercatcherMcNeil Crothersfirst baseMack OBrien second baseBendet Stochinothird baseFissol Loweshortstop McCnbe Sehornleft fieldMcNeill Bondoiant center fieldGriffli Seursnoright fieldBall A new remedy for biliouanea la now ou sale at J V Leltholda drug store It is called Chomberlaine Stomach am Liver Tablet It fivea quick relief and will prevent lie attack if siven na Boor ss the first indication of the dieeaee ftp peara Price 25c per box Sample free Ilntler for lie Illood Thun Huranparllla For those liirintr In the malaria die trials Groves Tasteless Chill Tonic MmUrlt name Chill Tonic rerrovei the ctuie Makes Hot Breads Whole some Makes delicious hot biscuit griddle cakes rolls and muffins BAKINQ POWPER QO 100 WRtMM 8T NEW YOUK PURELY PERSONAL Movements of Persons Prominent in Society and Business The excitement incident to traveling and ehaugo of food and water often on diarrhoea and tor this reas on no one should loavo liouio without u of Chtuulierlatnj Colic Cholera and UiuiTlioett Remedy For salo by I V Leithold Verna cures pilea or rcivsnl Irioe For aale in Woodland by J V Letlhold Ihe druggUt locial Gossip of Interest About People Who Dwell in Woodland aiid Suburban Districts Di1 Yates left this morning for San Rosa J Pickering went south this morning W Y Browning loft for Fresno this morning A Anderson went to Sacramento this morning C B Byrns went to Sail Francisco this morning G H Jackson left for Yubn City this morning Henry Langononr wan an arrival on the iioou train Miss Nannie Gwtnu was au arrival on the uoon train Mrs W J Parker has returned from Bnrllett springs Win Blaclc and wife returned to Knmora this morning Miss Julia McWilliams was nn ar rival on the noon train Sirs B W Biddle of Oakland is visiting her son Chester In this city Hose and Agnes Hachmann returned from Knights Landing this morning S Tobey who has been employed in the Model bakery left today for his home hi Buffalo J D Lawson and Mr and Mrs Jutnes I Lawsons two little girls Alxuda and Zuro wont to Berkeley this morning D 0 Coy returned Thursday from a visit to relatives and friends at Woodland and ding Free Press fT R Lowe and wife left for San jlateo this morning to visit their son Clem who is atttending St Matthews college FIFTYCENT COLUMN lAllolRBfttit oiiogUimntp AJverUseiufluti iiu exceeding Itvolluee lueeufcd nudor thu head lor Oily eomspor wook payable In a I710R3AIEA 1IAWIJEYK SWX KODAK A In good condition Vacs lilma only Hoof of iualiucttoul with It Will bo sold ohcap Can be seen In this oBIcc Address KODAK trilsijlllce IjlOtt 8ALEEIOIITY FINK HEKh OVITIK 1 steern and hellers 100 llnu Bprius calves 110 A 1 dnlry cows Durham bred For lull VMlciilars enquire ot HUOa CAVE inulli nf KlVharn O16 I SAlK12 Komi of No J dairy cows uni 1 youngMttieouo mllo Lvlovr Kulghta and IHK on suitor slilc For limber Inlormatlim rail on or addrcra It M IKJilSN A SON Graf tonJnl out BALkONE HUNDRKl COLONIES Of V bees for Kor further UKrliculara ad dress I B CAWS Wocdlaud 012 Fur a roou enave haircat rr sham vn to burhpr M If TlOR ilKOOD MAKES AND 27 V young mules 1 gunsplow 2 set of male U F LiKgets 5 mites Boulhiyeut of AiWrcss JOshIH JIEIV1N I P KtBHKK NKWdPAPGK I jAftenl21 Merchants Exohanoe San Fran isco la onr nulfiorlzeil agom Thli paper N tile In his office A SOW IIKAVV WITH HIG i i J crop off right car 71 branded ousldi Any Information left at this otflce or P O box 10S will bo thankfullyreceived ol2 IIAKKN IIPA DAISK BKOWN HORSE A with long notion ropo attacked to neck knee on lett fore lug swollen about 9 or 10 yotraotd Oivnfar can Iinvetbc snrnebycalllnK mid paying coalsYOlo ORCHARD 012 D75 MKN TO CHOI IIKUSI1 i Wngef f 1 2rMir day and fconrd Apply lo the FBslilon iitabtes or n ho rump aink o tnchc creek 81711 HAM MONTGOMERY 00000 RAISIN TUAVS foil SAIK OOOi tor drying trull Emiulro oj U DODtiK v1 Dodge Davlsvllle ocU5 hotter known na JOHN SLATER THE WORLDS GREATEST MENTAL PSYCHIC Will hold two ot bin marvelous test ueivices tit ARMORY HALL Sunday and Monday Evenings Oct 13 aud 14 at p in sharp idmlsslon 25 cents OF COURSE YOU ALL KNOW WE SELL CARPETS MATTING LINOLEUM ETC BUT DO YOU KNOW WE SELL THEM AS CHEAP AS ANY OF THE BIG CITY CONCERNS Look into this Investigate if you need Carpets We sell a yard wide at halt wool u yard wide at Window up to 25c and 35c 40c and up Bear in mind we are showing all new bright and pretty patterns in carpets THE 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