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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 20, 1902, Woodland, California                                ESTABLISHED 1877 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA THURSDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 20 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS A MASKED THIEF Robs Mrs Praet and Daughter in San Francisco Burglar Secures Thirty Dollars in Cash and Jewels Worth Six Hundred Dollars SPECIAL MEETING The Board of Supervisors to Stamp Out Glanders Ed Praet received a telegram Wed nesday afternoon informing him that a burglar had robbed his wife and daughter in San Francisco The Ex amlner of today contains the follow ing particulars A masked burglar climbed through a iront window In the residence of Mrs Edward Praet 1710 Bush street at an early hour Wednesday morning Alter compelling Mrs Vincent Wood bury and Mrs Julia Stumpf to keep si lent and threatening to kill them he stole JSOln cash and jewels valued at The detectives searched In vain Wednesday for some clue to the Iden tity of the robber but the thief had left nothing behind him except burnt matches In the hallway and bedcham bers of the house Mrs Woodbury was the chief loser ns all the jewels belonged to her She fs tlie wife of V Woodbury a travel Ing man employed by D Dlerasen wholesale grocer of Sacramento and son of Charles J Woodbury of Oak land Mr and Mrs Woodbury live in Woodland but arrived here a short time ago to visit Mrs Edward Praet Mrs Woodburys mother Mrs Wood bury spent Tuesday night alone her husband being out of the city It was about 4 oclock In the morn Ing said Mrs Woodbury when I heard my bedroom door open and Tjien followed the souad of nome one stealthily moving toward me I was dreadfully frightened and cried out Who IB it Who Is It Tell me Tell me1 A voice whispered in my epr or I will Trembling In every limb I laid still but pulled all five of my rings from ray fingers and let them fall on the bed beside me J then held my hands to my throat expecting that the burglar might attempt to strangle me He struck B match and I saw Urat he wore a black mask under which pro truded the ends of a long red mous tache After feeling my ears and throat ho reached under my pillow and took my purse While In my room he struck many matches but had no other light On leaving Mrs Woodburys room the burglar went out In to the hallway and broke open a trunk In which he found and most ot the jewelry From the he next invaded Mrs Stumpfs room compelling her to keep bllent by threatening to take her life I was awakened by a hand touch Ing my throat said Mrs Stumpf I gasped Intending to cry out when the man pressed bis hand upon me and As soon as the cases of glanders were reported Wednesday morning the four members of the supervisors now lu the county were summoned and a special meeting was held late Wednes day afternoon Chairman Russell and Supervisors Vaughn Decker and Hop pin were present After discussing thesituation the hoard arrived at the unanimous opinion that prompt and effective measures to eradicate the dis ease are necessary With that end In view Dr McLean was appointed coun ty veterinarian at a salary of J100 a mouth to act during the pleasure of the board Dr Lawhead representing the county board health and Dr McLean attended the meeting ot the board Dr McLean can be depended upon to take such vigorous action that there Is not likely to be any further spread of the disease COURTHOUSE JOTS Items Gleaned From the County Qftices Action to Foreclose One of Numerous Liens on a Capay Inventories Filed whispered Do not cry out or I lilll you will After that I did hot move hardly daring to draw my breath Tho burglar got into tho house through the parlor window which was found wide open after his departure Action to foreclose Hen recorded on November 26 1901 for carpenter work dono upon the residence ot Clement Lautxe of Capay has been commenced in the superior court L T Dorden Is the contractor and tho amount fai which suit is brought Is and at torneys fees of and costs The com plaint states two causes of action firsi setting out the general facts of tin lien and the second the addUiona fact that the original contract betweei Lautze and Horden was abandpnet and abrogated A half dozen liens have been filed In tlita matter but thl Is tho first one upon wKTch any acttoi has been brought A C Ruggles guardian of the estate of J Kruse Incompetent lias filed petition to sell the whole of said es tate consisting as follows Two lot near Woodland and certain swamr and overflowed land in the southeast ern portion of he county J D LawRon W W Nelson and Hoj Coil have flled the following inventor and appraisement In the matter of til estate of Carrie L Cross deceased Cash on hand J31 lot on Secon street devised lo Kate Sherman Cross lot on Second street north o foregoing lot devised to Minna Bell Cross improvements on las mentioned lot household an kitchen furniture silverware 10 cash deposited in Contlnentn Building nnd Loan Association S shares of Pacific Coast Lumbar an Furniture Manufacturing Company face stock of the Realt Syndicate a corporation of the stat of California evidenced by a certifl cate face value THBRE 13 A CLASS OF PEOPLE Who are injured by the use ol coffee Recently there has been placed In all grocery atores a preparation GRAINO made of pure grains that takes tho place of coffee The most delicate stomach receives It without distress and but tew can tell H from coffee It does not coat over JA as much Children may drink It with great benefit 16c and 2Bc per Try It Ask for C1RAINO BEST PRESCRIPTION for MALARIA Chllta and Fever Is a bottle ofGroves Chill TonicIt Is Ironand quinine In a tasteleu form No cure no pay Price 60c w TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists retuni the money 11 It falls to cure B W 5wvea signature la on each box 2Gc w STOPS THE COUGH and works off the cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold In cue day No cure no pay Price 26c Purest apple elder Just from Ken tucky at F W Brendela grocery store Main and First streets m I have used Chamberlains Coug Remedy fora number of years an have no hesitancy In saying that it the best remedy for coughs colds an croup I have ever used In my family I have not words to express my coni dence in this 3 A Moore Nortli Star Michigan To sale by J V Lelthold druggist WHAT FOR DESERT This Question arises In the fatrill every day Let us answer it today Try JellyO a delicious and healUifu dessert Prepared Intwo minutes No boiling no baking I simply ad boiling water and set to cool Fla orange raspberry an strawberry Get a package at you grocers today 10 cents RIEF CITY NEWS vents of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs cms of More or Less Importance Picked Up Here and There on the Wing HER FIRST EARNINGS Helen Keller Wanted Money to Buy an Island Mrs 7 w Bandy Is reported to be A C Huston and Will Wall went to oliisa today Henry Cowell of San Frnucslco Is n this city today Miss Stella Fenner was nn arrival n tho 110011 train Henry W Laugeiiaur went to Blacks n the noon train There were two distinct earthquake locUs tills morning a few minutes De ore 7 oclock The weather has been showery to ay and lher is a promise of more to ight and Friday Lucius Hart waa accidentally killed y the premature discharge of lils gun n the hills near Calistoga on Tuesday le camg to California for his health ud was In Woodland a short tlmo The Hotel St Denis is an excellent ilace for the sojourner in San Fran isco to stay Us advantages are set orth in a new ad in another column ud we ask those not familiar with the otels merits to read It Wesley Stewart of Stewarts Bta lon Illinois was the guest for a few icura on Wednesday of Mr and Mrs J M Hiddleson It Is evident that he ad not previously heard much about he Sacramento valley and that ho was greeably surprised with what he saw n Yolo county There IB a pretty story tn connection with the series of articles which Helen Keller tho wonderful blind girl has written tho Ladles Homo Journal telling about her own lite from Infancy to tho present nay She always has shrunk from the publicity which fol lows successful literary work and It was with great difficulty that she was persuaded to take up the task of pre paring her autobiography Slie had however sot her heart on owning nn Island in Halifax harbor for a summer home and in aspirit of fun the editor 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 re minded of her deslro to become a land holder and It spurred her on Jiiat before Christmas she completed tho first chapter of her marvelous story and on Christmas morning she re ceived from her publishers a check for a good rouuil sum Her delight may be Imagalned for this was tho first moneyof any accoiYnt which she had ever earned It Is a fairy tnlo come true said she Whether sho will really carry out her plan to buy the island remains to be seen TRAVELING MAN EXPIRES THE MILITARY BAND Postponed Concert May he Given on March 17th Body of H C Woolmington Found in a Hotel COLFAX Wash February 3 Woolmington of San Francisco raveling salesman of the Spool Cottou Company of Ban Francisco was found dead from heart disease In his room at the Merchants hotel at Barfleld his morning Woolmington had traveled in this country for 15 years and was well cnowii He leaves a widow and sever il children In Snn Francisco On re ceipt of telegraphic instructions from tho Spool Cotton Company the body was embalmed anil will bo shipped to Sap Francisco for Fran cisco Examiner The deceased was well known here laving lived with his family In tills city about 12 years ago at which time he was employed as clerk in the White House The Woodland Military Band umlci the leadership of R E Bteveus was highly complimented for its showing Wednesday The boys In their uniforms made a very ncnt appearance and considerable Improvement was no ticed In their playing This reminds us that they have advertised for a con cert and dance In new armory hall Friday evening February 21st which owing to unavoidable circumstances they were compelled to postpone The date has not been definitely settled yet but March 17th has been spoken of and It Is 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 609 C of F of A is making elaborate preparations for a social cntertalnmen to be given In Higglnbothams hall Knights Lauding Saturday evening February 22d A program conslstln of songs speeches dialogues and tab leatix will bo rendered A fine auppe will be served and hot tonmles au chicken pie are on the menu Ice cream lemonade ami candy will h served at the refreshment tables Ad mission free HOHGANUICHMOND An acquaintance of both parties in forms us that Frank Horgan of Blacks nnd Miss Lena Richmond of Shnstn county went ta Sacramento Wednesday afternoon with the expec tation of being married today Mr Horgan is the oldest son of Andrew Horgan a prominent farmer of north ern Yolo and a very popular young man Miss Richmond Is a nieceof Mrs D F Houx of Blacks and Is said to be a most estimable young woman BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo tion ointment or balm for cuts corns burns bolls sores felons ulcers tet ter salt rheum fever sores chapped hands skin eruptions Infallible for pilea Cure guaranteed Only 25c at W H Lawsons drug store DR SIMMONS BEREAVEMENT A few days ago Dr Simmons wen to San Francisco to see about the pub llcatlon of his book On Tuesday h received the startling Intelligence tha his son Dr M C Simmons who ha been ill with pneumonia was dead Dr Simmons left at once for Pass Oregon where death occurrei Particulars will bo published later HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE I waa Just about gone writes Mr Rosa Hlchardsor of Lanrol Spring N C I had consumption so bad tha the best doctors said I could not llv more than a month but 1 began to us Dr Kings New Discovery and wa wholly cured by seven bottles and am now stout and well Its an unrivaled lifesaver in consumption pneumonia la grippe and bronchitis Infallible for coughs colds asthma hay fevor croup or whooping cough Guaranteed bot COc and f 1 Trial bottle free at W H Lawsons drug ntore IT WILL DO YOU GOOD Wo know of no way tn which we can be of more service to our readers than to tell them of something that will be of real good to Ihem For thla reason we want to acquaint them with what wo conelder one of tha very beat remedies on tho market for coughs colds and the alarming complaint croup Wo refer to Chamberlains Cough Remedy Wq have used it with such good results in our family so long that It has become a household neces sity By Its prompt use wo havent any doubt but that It has time and again prevented croup The testi mony is given upon our own experi ence and wo suggest that our readers especially those whn have small chil dren always keep 11 In their homes as NOW IS THE TIME Bring your irlends from tlie If you have friends or relatives com Ing to California write D W llitcli cock general agent Union Pacillc n R No 1 Montgomery street Sa Francisco who will arrange to secur for them the following special rates beginning March 1st and contin ulng until April 30th From New From Chicago 33 From Peorla 3 From St Louis 300 From Kansas City St Joe Oma ha Sioux City and Council Bluffs 2 Correspondingly low rates from a eastern cities 20 THE ARIEL For tho freshest best and cheapea candles go to the Ariel Candy Stor which was recently purchased by Mlf Agnes Breen It Is open and rea for business and as Mlas Brcnn has had considerable experience in tl manufacture of candy and Is also ver popular as a salcsladywe feel conflilcn that sho will make a success of lie new venture When you want a physic that mild and gentle caay to take on URELY PERSONAL flmings and Goings of Weil Known People octal Qossip of Inter e it About Thoie Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland Dr Wilson went to San Francisco its morning Harry Provost made a trip to Dnvls Ho tills morning Dr Thomas Ross returned to Sac anionto this morning H Wooltey and bride left for San ranclsco this morning Mrs M McCutchoou went to Sacrn lenlo Wednesday afternoon S M Qrlggs returned from Snn Vanclsco Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Frlel wore southbound aasengera Wednesday afternoon Miss Myrtle Gable returned from an Francisco Wednesday afternoon J E Oabbart A D Porter and Wm Sender were arrivals Wednesday even MrsAllce Adams nnd daughter Miss Tertrude mads a trip to Sacramento odfty P C Fenner and daughter Miss ieorgln returned from San Leaudro Vednesday evening J W Bandy went to Lotlt this morn ng to attend the funeral of his ephew tho late Frank Dandy C A Sherman of tho Pacific coast epartmeut ot tlie New York Life In urance Company Is In thla city today Mrs Richie and daughter have re urned from Sacramento They rc Mrt that the result of the operation u Otto Richie cannot yet bo deter 111 ued A GREAT SIRE Due of Falroses Colts Breaks Coast Record Walter Mastins great horse Fat ose will make the season nt Wood and Davisvlllo and Dlxon this year few days ago we clipped an artUli rom the Breeder and Sportsman vhlch gavo some idea of what a re narkable sire this horse Is Mr Mas In claims that It Falrose had equn opportunities of other rioted sires h would today be the champion sire li he class and he elves some very substantial reasons to back his claim Farmers should read Ills announce ment made In another column Spe lal attention is directed to the lates achievement of Primrose In which coast record was broken Verua cures piles or reward Price For sale In Woodland b J V Lelffiold the druggist f22 For a good elmve haircut or sham poo go to DlDzlers barber shop tl NOTICE TO CREDITORS B GIBSON VERY ILL THE YOU WINERY n Attack Dating From Last Sunday Causes Anxiety T B Gibson waa taken side last umlny By Wednesday morning his ondUton was regarded as so serious lat hta brotherinlaw Dr Dillon as summoned from Hnn Francisco to arrived Wednesday evening with 10 expectation of returning homo thia lornlng but lie deemed the patients ondUlon so critical that hn decided o remain over today None but niom prs of Mr Gibsons family are admlt ed to the sick room Mr Dillon In onncd a Democrat representative y telephone this afternoon that Mr Gibsons ailment is Inflammation of he bowels While ho ta hopeful that hero will soon bo n change for the Otter he will not a prediction hat such n chnngo Is Ilkoly to occur mill there aro further developments The many friends ot CUc family aru inxlous about Mr OtbsonB condition and sincerely hope that ho may BOOH find relief The Faith Displayed Is a Promiiing Indication for of This Section A FIREMANS CLOSE CAUL 1 stuck to my engine although ev ery Joint ached ntid every nervewas with pain writes G W Dclla my o locomotive fireman ot Burllng 011 Iowa I was weak and palo with out any appetite and all run down As 1 woa about to give up I got a bot lo ot Electric Bitters mid after taking t 1 felt its well as 1 ever did In my Ifo Wenlc sickly run down people always gnln new life strength and vig or from their use Try them Sntlsfac lou guaranteed by W II Price GOc J R McCrodan successor to Oco Miller carries a full lino of domestic and Imported cigars and tobacco JaTtl Pliro elder vinegar nt Johnston Bros fHtf Pino elder vinegar at Johnston Bros fHtf Samuels Heavy Inmtmut to be Increased There Is evidently one man who has faith In the grapo Industry of Yolo and surrounding counties He Is so confident that ho la willing to back his Judgment with a further Invest ment 120000 Ho already has con siderable money BO Invested that ha cannot reasonably expect any returns unless the vineyards of the Sacramen to valley aro thrifty and productive and the market for tho products ot the vine are good The gentleman to whom we refer la Mr Paul Samuel who about two years ago purchased the Yolo winery plant Ho recently Informed a well known nnd reliable business man of thin city that ho fa considering and maturing plans that will provide for a material improvement and a large increase In the capacity of the present plant The old plant Is generally consid ered n good one but Mr Samuel pro poses to expend not less than enlarging and extending the building and putting In new appliances He la Interested In B number of wineries and understands the business and existing conditions thoroughly and his Judg ment In this matter Is considered good evidence that the outlook for improve ment lu the industrial Interests of the Sacramento valley Is good all along tho Hue NEWNESS IN Unteniislins Aicirt you tlrod of having us tulk winter goods continually Dont you lonjr to suo something new hear of something uhxi To ho euro wo aro Although Its n liltlo early fur spring goods its nouo too BOOH for us Wo beliuvo In allowing up the now things first Honco wo tuku plousuro in giving you Uio liiae glimpse of Springs newness In dainty whlto uMRMUSLINS Tho swolloat lino your eyes over he tiulil Awny ahead of anything this nouso IIKH shown for many u day Tjoro so much nownoss so much stylo nnd Individuality ubout it you will gladly appreciate tho cliaiiju Our window display will pruvo especially iittraetivo to all those who have a weakness for lino Hn Curio White House In the matter of the estate o George D Stephens deceased Notice Is hereby given by the under signed executors of tile last will an testament of George D Stephens deceased to the creditors of and a persons having claims against tho sal deceased to exhibit them with th necessaiy vouchers within te months after the first publication o tills notice to the aaid executors at tlie Ftank of Woodland Woodland Califor nia the same being tho place for the transaction of the business of said es tate In the county of Yoto Dated January 29th 1002 Nannie Stephens L D Stephens H Stephens executors of tlie lost will and testament of Oeorgo D Stephens deceased N A Hawkins Attorney for Execu tors a30fi132027w This Weeks Bargains Surpass ALL PREVIOUS ONES Exchange Market CHALMERS BROS Props BUTCHERS DEALERS IN LIVE STOCK ETC Meats delivered to all parls of tho city free of cliarco Olvnus a call at Coward Hawkins buildIntr Main street between Sooonrt mid Third This week we expect to see quite a few shoppers down town It may ap pear strange to you why wo ure offer ing such beautiful nnd stable embrold orles ns displayed in our windows at sale prices Just at tlio beginning of whatIs 10 bo one of the greatest em broidery seasons ever known before However we wish to interest you all In this store so we have selected tho most drsirablu patterns and widths that are In demand at the present time for underwearmaking at these start ling prices Cambric Edgings sold at 3c and 4c now 2c Cambric Edgings open patterns 2 to 3 inches In width sold for 9c 160 and a yard eaie 7c Heavy open Cambric Edgings Just the thing for childrens underwear 5c 6c and price 4o a yard Heavy Cambric Edgings to H4 Inches wide sold for 15c 16o and 170 sale lie Peoples Trade Palace Alert Retailers THIS PAPIER IH KBlT AT JJJ 1O1 111V t K 0 f Aseiicjr W 6 Call eoainirlf tor M There is Danger In delay especially In placing lunr ance When the fire sUrto U U too late Get your property Insarcd to day Dont wait until tomorrow it may then be too late A potter ft good company Is tta you con make That U lost wkat offer Balfour Qarretto Woodland   

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