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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 20, 1902, Woodland, California                                 ESTABLISHED 1877.  A MASKED THIEF  Robs Mrs.Praet and Daughter in San Francisco.  AVOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY EVENING,  FEBRUARY 20, li>02.  PRICE FIVE CENTS.  SPECIAL MEETING.  The Board of Supervisors to Stamp Out Glanders.  As soon as the cases of glanders were reported Wednesday morning th** four members of the supervisors now In the county were summoned and a special meeting was held late Wednes  Burglar Secure. Thirty Dollar. In day afu-rnoon.  °    I    OtmnrvitinrR V 2  Cash and Jewels Worth Six Hundred Dollars.  Chairman Russell and Supervisors Vaughn  Ed Praet received a telegram Wednesday afternoon Informing him that a burglar had robbed his wife and daughter In Ban Francisco. The Examiner of today contains the following particulars:  A masked burglar climbed through a front window In the residence of Mrs. Edward Praet, 1710 Rush street, at an early hour Wednesday morning. After compelling Mrs. Vincent Woodbury and Mrs. Julia Btumpf to keep silent and threatening to kill them, he stole $30 In cash and Jewels valued at $600. The detectives searched In vain Wednesday for some clue to the Identity of the robber, but the thief had loft nothing behind him except burnt matches in the hallway and bedchambers of the house.  Mrs. Woodbury was the chief loser, as all the Jewels belonged to her. She Is the wife of V. Woodbury, a traveling man employed by D. Dlerssen. wholesale grocer of Sacramento, and son of Charles J. Woodbury, of Oakland. Mr. and Mrs. Woodbury live In Woodland, but arrived here a short time ago to visit Mrs. Edward Praet, Mrs Woodbury’s mother. Mrs. Wood-, bury spent Tuesday night alone, her husband being out of the city.  •*lt was about 4 o'clock In the morn-said Mrs. Woodbury, ' when I bedroom door open and followed the aound of  Decker and Hop pin were present. After discussing the situation the board arrived at the unanimous opinion that prompt and effective measures to eradicate the dls ease are necessary. With that end In view, Dr. McLean was appointed conn ty veterinarian at a salary of $1"" month, to act during the pleasure of the board. Dr. Lawhead, representing the county board of health, and Dr McLean attended the meeting of the board.  Dr. McLean can be depended upon to take such vigorous action that there is not likely to he any further spread of the disease.  1RIEF CITY NEWSl  HER FIBS1  ™ K1NSS ' PURELY PERSONAL  T. 8. GIBSON VERY ILL.  Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs.  Helen Keller Wanted Money to Buy an Island.  Comings and Goings ot Well-Known People.  An Attack Dating From Last Sunday Causes Anxiety.  T. B. Gibson was taken sick last Sunday. By Wednesday morning his condition was regarded as so serious that his brother-in-law. Dr. Dlli«*n. was summoned from San Francisco. He arrived Wednesday evening  with  on the Wing.  There Is a pretty story In connection with the series of articles which Helen Keller, the wonderful blind girl, has written the Ladies’ Home Journal, telling about her own life from infancy  to the present day. She always ha-* |  Socia i Gossip of Interest About Those | thfl wpect atlon of returning home this  morning, but he deemed the patient s condition so critical that he decided to remain over today. None but members of Mr. Gibson’s family are admit ted to the sick room. Mr. Dillon In formed a ‘ Democrat” representative,  THE YOLO WINERY  Samuel’s Heavy Invesimeni to be Increased.  Items of More or Less I m P or ^ wl<e | 8 brunk from the publicity which fol-Picked Up Here and There  Mrs J. W. Handy Is reported to be  111.  COURTHOUSE JOTS  Items Gleaned From Ihe County Offices.  A. C. Huston and Will Wall went to Colusa today.  Henry Cowell, of San Francslco, Is In this city Unlay.  Miss Stella Fenner was an arrival on the noon train.  Henry W. Lsaienotr went to Blacks on the noon train.  A'hcrc were two distinct earthquake (foocks this morning a few minutes before 7 o'clock.  Action to Foreclose One of Numerous Liens on a Capay Residence -Inventories Filed.  lows successful literary work, and It was with great difficulty that she was persuaded to take up the task of preparing her autobiography. She hail, however, set her heart on owning an island In Halifax harbor for a summer home, and In a spirit of fun the editor    morning,  of the Journal offered to buy It for her or to provide the means to buy It.  When the work of writing appeared especially Irksome Miss Keller was reminded of her desire to become a landholder, and it spurred her on. Just before Christmas she completed the first chapter of her marvelous story;  Christmas morning she re-  Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland.  The Faith Displayed Is a Promising Indication for .Viticulturists of This Section.  and on    ,    —- _    «  celved from her publishers a check for J p rttnc isco Wednesday evening  a good round sum. Her delight may Imagalned, for this was the first  Dr. Wilson went to San Francisco | ^ y  telephone, this afternoon, that Mr  Gibson’s ailment Is Inflammation of Harry Provost made a trip to Davis- | the     While    he is hopeful that  ville this morning.    there    will soon be ft change for the  Dr. Thomas Ross returned    to    Sac-    1  bottM>    ho wU j  not  ha/ard a prediction  ramento this morning.    I  thftt    a c t,ange in likely to occur  jhl Woolley and bride    left    for 8*®    | ,mtt|    th* re are further developments.  Francisco this morning.  Mrs. M. McCutchcon went to Sacramento Wednesday afternoon.  8. M. Griggs returned from Ban  The weather has been showery to-1 be----  day and there Is a promise of more to-1 money of any account which  Mr. and Mrs. Friel were south-bound passengers Wednesday afternoon.  Miss Myrtle Oahle returned  There Is evidently one man who has faith In the grape Industry of Yolo  and surrounding counties. He is so confident that he Is willing to back  his Judgment with a further investment pf $20,000. He already has considerable money so Invested that he cannot reasonably expect any returns unless the vineyards, of the Sacramento valley are thrifty and    productive,  anxious about    Mr. Gibson’s    condition,    j  ani! the roftr it e t for the products of the  and sincerely    hope that    he    may    soon    j  v j nf< ar »> good.  find relief.    |    The gentleman to whom    we refer Is   -  «...         about  A FIREMAN’S CLOSE CALL.  The many friends of Che family are  Mr. Paul Samuel, who about two J years ago purchased the Yolo winery plant. He recently Informed a well-  night and Friday.  ever earned. "It is a fairy tale come  am  Francisco Wednesday afternoon  Lucius Hart was accidentally killed true," said she. Whether she will  } R  Q#bbart. A. D Porter and Win. by the premature discharge of his gun I  real | y c *rry out her plan to buy the | N Pn ,|«» r  were arrivals Wednesday even-  I    -~ n -  and was In Woodland a short time.  THE MILITARY BAND.  The Hotel St. Denis is an excellent place for the sojourner in San Fran-  riscotostay. Its advantages are Mt    „  ' or : h ln .. a „ n .t"„! < LirIPo*tpo»d Concert May be    •renlnf.  March 17th.  ing.  Mr* A lice Adams and daughter. Miss Oertrude, made a trip to Sacramento  today,  P. C. Fenner and daughter, Miss Georgia, returned from San I,eandro  and we ask those not familiar with tins  hotel’s merits to read it  V Wesley Stewart, of Stewart a station, Illinois, was the guest for a few hours on Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs.  C. M. Hlddleeon, It Is evident that he    .howlna  had not previously heard much about highly complimented for Us showing the Sacramento valley and that he was 1 Wednesday. The boys In their new agreeably surprised with what he saw I m^^ms made a very nest appearance  I stuck to my engine, although ev • » I erv iolnt ached and every nerve was I ^  ' racked with pain," writes a W. Bella- known and reliable bus in res man of my. a locomotive fireman of llurllng-1 ^  clty thmt  he la considering and ton. Iowa. "1 was weak and pate, with-  uh plaknfl  that will provide for  r, v n L rr* r rst. I«—  tie of Electric Blttera, and after taking increase in the capacity of the present it I felt as well as 1 ever did In my j plant, life." Weak, sickly run down people always gain new life, strength and vigor from their use. Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by W. II. Isiwaon.  Price 50c.  The Woodland Military Band, under the leadership of R. E Stevens, wan  in Yolo county.  Ing,”  heard  my  Action to foreclose lien, recorded on November 26. 1901, for carpenter work  |traveling man expires.!:;-;.;''  J A——: —— in ntttif I  in the  superior court. L. T. Borden  aud considerable Improvement was noticed In their playing. Thla remind*  I for a concert and dance In new armory hall  J. W. Bandy went to I*odl this morning to attend the funeral of his nephew, the late Frank Bandy.  C, A. Sherman, of the Pacific coast department of the New York Life In suranee Company, is in this city today, Mrs. Richie and daughter have n-turned from Sacramento, They report that the result of the opera!ton on Otto Richie cannot yet be determined.  J. R. MoOrodan, successor to Geo. Miller, carries a full line of domretje. and Import**! cigar* and tobacco. JaTtf  close. »P«n      7    '    I.  t .    ..nd the amount (or I    i    Friday evening. February Hist, which.  some one »tr*Hbt!y mo»lM Iowan! me I. Ihe - n< “    '     ;r ,     Ht .    Body of H. C. Woolmington Found    u>    un.vold.UU. clreom.Un. .*  i.a.ttdftiltv (rlvhtt llPit and cried |whUh suit 1h in >ug i    —    J    ^    ^    Hotel-    [they wen compelled to postpone. The  date has not been definitely settled yet, but March 17th has been spoken  1 was dr* artfully  !rtg ^ h0  ^ Tellltorney's fees of $50 and costs. The turn  out:    ‘Who    1*    U7  me! Tell me!  • A voice whispered  In my egr,  plaint states two causes of action, first setting out the general facts of the and the second the additional  Hen,  COLFAX, Wash., February 18.—H.  „    .    „    ,     w iii    kin    you!'    I    ncu, ««»*• «.»*  ------- —    lc    Woolmington.    of    Han    Francisco,  -Tumbling to every limb 1 bid still. f«t that the orlnlnal con.rar,    ^l,    ,man of the Spool Cotton  *    Lautze and Borden was ai*and«»n* d [  ( . om p any u j g uu  Francisco, waa found  dead from heart disease in hla room  but pulled »» ® ve  ol ring, from  A half do/. n Hen*  wt them fall on the bed and abrogated.    _____ ______   Ul>     .     heUJ    my     hands to have been filed In this mutter, but thl*  h<  Merchant’s hotel, at Barfield,  ^    ,    JATnJ“Sit i. bunlar L th. drat on. upou whirl, any    „ <orl<tI1 ,  my throat. _  might attempt to stranglo me. lie  match, and I saw that I* .    ,  hleh pro-lof J. Kruae, Incompetent, has  f »l* «l  struck a  wore a black mask under  truded the ends of tache,  After feeling my ears  has been brought.  A. C. Rugglea, guardian of the estate  a lonK red moua- petition to aell the whole of -al.l ee-  consisting as follows:    I    wo    lot*  tate.  Woolmington had traveled In this countiy for J5 years and was well known. He leaves a widow and several children in San Francisco. On receipt of telegraphic instructions from  of, and It I* probable that that date will be selected. The public should show Its appreciation of their efforts to please by bestowing generous pat ronage upon them.  COMING ENTERTAINMENT  Queen of the River Circle, No. 509 C. of F. of A., la making elaborate preparations for a social entertainment to be given in Higginbotham's hall.  Pure  Bros,’  Pure Bros *  cider vinegar at  cider vinegar at  Johnston  fl4tf  Johnston  f!4tf  The old plant Is generally considered a good one, but Mr. Samuel proposes to expend not less than $20,060 enlarging and extending ths building and putting in new appliance* He is interested in a number of wineries and understands the business and existing conditions thoroughly, and his Judgment In this matter I* considered good evidence that the outlook for Improvement In the industrial Interests of the Sa* ramento valley Is good all along th** line.  A GREAT SIRE.  One of Falrose’s Colts Breaks a Const Record.  A program consisting  end throat he neur Woodlwn.l, and certain ewamp .  g  ,  (>ttun  company the body I Knight* Undlng. Saturday evening  reached under m, p'ulow and took my and overflowed land In the ^utheaet     mutrn hn at ruck I ern nortion Of the county.    iHun    rrmiieiica    lor    iwrim.-    *    •—    i w *    —w--------  lenux will be rendered. A fine supper will be served, and hot tomales and  The decensed was well known b^ re * | eblcken pie nr© ©© tli« menu. Ice  /  wain* in Div room he struck 1 ern portion of the county.  Z:. JSZ bu, had no other light" J O U*«». W. W. N-hon and Boy  “m leaving Mr. W^hury a room (k>ll have tiled .he following Inventory  e burglar went out In to the hallway and  ....... In the matte, of the  e uurgiw      imitate    of    Cnrrio    L Cross, deceased.  Cash on hand $31; lot on Btoond  street devised to Kate Sherman Cross,  $250; lot on Second street, north of  foregoing lot, devised to Mluna Belle  Cross, $400; Improvements on last  mentioned lot. *1250; household ami  kitchen furniture, $150; silverware,  $10; cosh deposited in Continental  Building and Loan Association. $!»t»u;  5 shares of Pacific Const Lumber nmi  Furniture Manufacturing Company.  was embalmed and will bo shipped to I February 22d.  San Francisco for burial.—San Fran-1 of songs, speeches, dialogue# and tub els* o Examiner.  the----------.  and broke open a trunk, In which he  found 125 and most of the Jewelry.  From the hall he next Invaded Mrs.  Htumpr* room, compelling her to   kH .p silent, by threatening to Uke her  ll fe -    .    w    g.  *1    was    awakencNl    by    a    hand    touching my    throat,**    ©aid    Mrs.    Btumpf.    I  gasped. Intending to cry out, when the man pre-sed his hand upon me and whispered. Do not cry out or 1  having lived with his family In tbi* I cream, lemonade aud candy city about 12 years ago, at which tim** | ,„, rve a  a t the refreshment tables he was employed as clerk In the White  House.  will be  Ad  mission free. DR  Walter Mastin'# great hors**, Fal-rose, will make the season at Woodland. Davlsvllle and Dixon this year.  A few days ago we clipped an article from the Breeder and Sportsman, which gave some Idea of what a re markable sire this horse Is. Mr. Mss tin claims that if Falros* hail equal opportunities of other noted sire# he would today be the champion sire In the 2:10 clans, and he gives some very substantial reasons to back bis claliu. Farmers should read his announcement made in another column. Special attention is directed to the latest achievement of Primrose, In whl* b a • oast record was broken.  Vcrus cure* pile# or $50 rewsrd Price $2. For sale In Woodland by j. V. Lelthold, the druggist. f22  ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦   .....  NEWNESS IN  Undermuslin!)!  SIMMONS' BEREAVEMENT  will  After that daring to draw my breath.   k “'  1 "’“ I did not move, hwrdly | fw«. vnlue. 1600; .Uxk of tho ll-alty  Syndicate, a corporation of  The burglar got Into tho bou^lof California, evident.d l»y through the parlor window, which was found wide opeu after bis departure.  I be state a certificate, face value, $3350, total, $6V*L  THBRB IS A CLASS OF PEOPLE. Who are injured by the use of coffee. Recently there has been placed In all the grocery stores a preparation called GRAIN O, made of pure graius, that takes the place of coffee. The must delicate stomach receive# it without distrcm, and but few can tell It from coffee. It doe# not cost over u as much. Children may drink it with great benefit 15c    25c p«r  £ package. Try It Ask for GRAIN-O.  "I have used Chamberlain s Cough Remedy for a number of years ami have no hesitancy In saying that It Is the best remedy for coughs, colds aud croup 1 have ever used in my family. 1 have not words to expre** my confidence in this remedy.”—Mrs. J. A. Moore, North Star, Michigan. For sale by J. V. Leithold, druggist  WHATFOlT DESERT?  H0RGANRICHM0ND  An acquaintance of both parties informs us that Frank llorgan, of  Blacks, and Miss Lena Richmond, of | reived the startling intelligence that Shasta roomy, went to Sacramento Wednesday afternoon with the expectation of being married today. Mr. llorgan Is the oldret son of Andrew Horgan, a prominent farmer of northern Yolo, and a very popular young man. Miss Richmond la a niece of Mrs D. F. iioux, of Blacks, and is said to be a most estimable young woman  A few days ago Dr. Simmons went to San Francisco to see about the pub llcatton of hlM book. On Tuesday he  his sou. Dr. M. C. Simmons, who had been ill with pneumonia, was dead Dr. Simmons left at once for Grant s Pass, Oregon, where death occurred. Particulars will be published later.  For a good shave, hair-cut or shampoo, go to Dialler's barber shop. tf  This question arise# in the family every day. Let us answer it today. Try Jelly-O, a delicious and healthful dessert Prepared in two minutes. ____ No boiling! no baking! simply add   81 *X PECaCEIPTlON tor MA^R.A|^g    IW  a tasteless form. I grocer s couaj w  BUCKLEN’S ARNICA SALVE.  Has world-wide fame for marvelous  cures. It surpasses any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for cuts, corns burns, boils, sores, felons, ulcers, tetter, Halt rheum, fever sores, chapped hands, skin eruptious Infallible tor pilcK. Cure guaranteed. Only 25e at W. H Lawson's drug store.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Aren t you tired of having us talk winter goods continually ? Don t you long to mm something new, hear of something else? T© bom re, we ©r©» Although, It’s a little early for spring goods, ft’s none too ****on for US. We believe in Showing up llm new things first. Heiioe, wo take pUiasuio to giving you the first glitupw of Spring’s newness In dainty white  UNDERMUSLINS  The Mweilert line your eyes over lat-heid. Away ah*-od »»f anything this bouse has showu for many a day.  There Is so much newness, so much style and individuality about it, ) ou will gladly appreciate change. Our window display prove especially attractive to those who have a weakness for lingerie.  White I House  the  Will  al!  hue  of  Taste less  iron aud quinine In No cure, uo pay. Price 50c.  10 cents.  HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY 1 ,.j  waa  j uat  about gone," writes Mrs Take laxative Broato Quinine Tablets. I ftosa Richardsor All druggists refund the money if It N. C.    '  “ ■*'  ----’"    the I  more than a month, hut I began to uk*> l>r. King’s New Discovery and was  of Laurel Springs, I had consumption so had that fails to cure. K. W. Uypve's signature |  t |j„ best doctor# ^ald i could not live in on each box. 25c.    *  STOPS THE COUGH    I    wholly cured by seven bottles and am  i.n th* cold. Laxative now stout and well.  IT WILL DO YOU GOOD.  We know of no way in wbl* h we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will be of real good to them. For this reason we want to acquaint them with what we consider one of the very beat remedies on the market for coughs, colda, and the alarming complaint, croup. We refer to Chamberlain a Cough Remedy. We have used it with such good results In our family so long that it has become a household necessity. By its prompt use we haven t any doubt hut that It has time aud » aim am again prevented croup. The te#B-  It'a an unrivaled • mouy is given upon our own expert-and we suggret that our readers,  NOW IS THE TIME.  Bring your friends from the <*ad.-If you have friends or relative* com ing to California, write D. W. Hit* h* cock, general agent Union Pacific R R., No, 1 Montgomery street, San Francisco, who will arrange to f-ccure for them the following «p* < ial low rates, beginning March 1st aud continuing until April 30tb:  From New York.........  .I-jO  From Chicago ...............  ; u     ""  From Peoria  ..............  w   From St. Louis    .......  20    U0  From Kansas City, St. Joe, Omaha, Sioux City and Council  Bluffs  ......     L ' r '  Corrrepondingiy low rates fion* all eastern cities.    fJOtf  In the matter of the estate George D. Stephens. d*'*'eaaed.  Notice Is hereby given by the under-signed, executors of the last will and testament of George D. Stephens, deceased, to the creditors of aud all lieraons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the neceaaaiy voucher# within ten months after tbs first publication of Bit  This Week’s Bargains Surpass  ALL PREVIOUS ONES  This weak w« expect to s**« quite a f*-w shoppers down Iuyah It may apis ar strange to you why we are oft* r-  notl* e to the said executors, at the mg »u< h U-uutiful and stable *-mbrold  Bank of Woodland, Woodland, California, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate In ths county of Yolo.  Dated January 29th, lbo-*.  Nannie Stephens,    L D- Btephens,  B, H. Stephens, executors of the Uo»t will and testament of George D. Bteplo-ns. de« eased  N A. Hawkins, Attorn* y for Executors.    Ja20f$13’-*‘>-7w  §riii as displayed In our windows at Maie pro eh, Juat at the tjeguialug of what Is to be one of the greatest em-broldt ry seasons ev* r kn*»wtt before. However, ae wish to tut* rent you all in this -store, so we have selected the ifio**i desirable patterns and widths tlittt ar« In demand at the ijresent time  for underwear-making at these startling pritre:  Cambric Edgings, sold at Sc and 4c,  IluW ‘ir.    ___  Camoii t Edgings, open patterns. 2S  to 3*4 Inch®# in width, sold tor tc, 10c and 12c a yard sale tc.  Heavy open Cambric Edgings. Just the thing for children's underwear,  5c, 6c and 7c—sale price 4c a yard. Heavy Cambric Edging*. SU to 4*4  In* lie*, wide, sold for 15c, Bk aud Itc, sale lie.  THE ARIEL For the freshest, teat and cheapest candies go to the Ariel Candy ntote, which was recently purchased by Miss Agues Breen. It is open and ready for business, and as MLs Breen km* had considerable experience in the manufacture of candy and is also very popular as a saleslady.we feel confident that she will    make    a    success    of lier  new venture.    _  * When you    want    a    physic    that is  Exchange Market  CHALMERS BROS, Props  BUTCHERS  DEALEHB IN LIVESTOCK. ETC  Meats delivered to all parts of tin* dty fre©of cbarga* CJive us a call at Coward & Hawkins buildinir, Main street, between Second and Thl»'«i-_  People’s Trade Palace  Alert Retailers.  tncAfir, —, —, -    _    ^  stoiw. Msiu »«d First streets  THIS PAPER  A kk*» A«1 VS/tlSlbK m-rt ti»i*iS i  g*#fe*i*ss, »•« rrsueiww. « r.ruts    a»utracts tor sdrHrttotss oa®  US tw It  ggrr at * «. 4J  Agtsey, St ssd to yrauclsee. t *»»  1m  si«  There is Danger  in delay, especially in placing laaar-ance. When the fire starts U I# too late. Get your property insured today, Don’t wait until tomorrow; it umy then be too late. A policy In a  b o*id company la the L-st luveatmeut you can make. That la Just what we offer.  Balfour A Garrotte  Woodland • • • California   

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