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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - May 2, 1902, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA FRIDAY EVENING MAY 2 1902 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 EXPRESS DELIGHT Pennsylvanians Enjoy a Yolo County Visit Personal Observation Convinces Mr and Mrs E T This Section Is Beat ORGANIZATION PERFECTED F W Buck Chosen President Califor nia Fruit Diitributori Mr and Mrs Edward T JaclLOon of Pittsburg Pennsylvania who have been visiting Mr and Mrs S Wall left for Chlco today After visiting there a short time they will return to Sacramento on their way home They came to California about the 1st of February and were detained in Los Angeles much longer than they expected to stay on account of the ill ness or Mrs Jackson For that reason they will spend less time in the Sacra mento valley than they anticipated much to their regret as well as those who were fortunate enough to meet them A Democrat representative had a few moments conversation with Mr Jackson this morning and is Impressed with the idea that he is a gentleman of excellent judgment and a keen and olose observer Mr and Mrs Wall took their guests for a drive on Thursday and they were agreeably surprised with what they saw Both arts vovy emphatic in the declaration that Yolo county is the liesl part of California they have visit ed In discussing the agricultural and horticultural possibilities they declare that those of the southern part of the state are not to be compared with those of Yolo county Mr Jackson Is particularly enthu siastic in his praise of the fertility of our soil arid the variety of our produc tions and he says lie never saw such a large and uuurokeu body of good land as was spread out before him on Thursday If there is one thing more than an otlior that the people of the south pride themselves upon it is tho salubrity of their climate Mr Jackson secins to have acquired familiarity with all our climatic peculiarities and he prefers the climate of the Sacramento valley to tbat of Loa Angeles and when he Kays this he does not desire to be un derstood as detracting anything from many advantages of that part of the state Considering the natural wealth and resources of Yolo county Mr Jackson expressed surprise that there has been eonipAVAtively so little development lie is amazed that our people do not seem lo appreciate the electrical irri gation and Industrial possibilities of tbis part of the state He Is also surprised because so little is known about the county In the east In Pennsylvania nobody ever hears of the Sacramento valley except through letters received from relatives or friends Advertising matter concerning the southern part of the state is circu lated freely but there Is or has been so little literature sent out about tlie Sacramento valley that comparatively few people know that It Is on the map It can be depended upon that Mr and Mrs Jackson have a very exalted opinion of our natural advantages but they might hesitate to commend our enterprise It Is to be regretted that their stay among us was so brief SAN FRANCISCO May fruit shippers of the state have perfected the organization of their new associa tion articles Incorporation of the California Fruit Distributors being filed with the county clerk today The following are mentioned as directors for the ensuing year W E Gerber and H A Failbank of Sacramento county Prank H Buck Frank B McKevltt and Aiaen Ander son of Solano W P Plckstone of Santa Clara A C Short A H Schna bel George D Kellogg and H E But ler of Placer and James S Watson of Chicago The capital stock has been fixed at At a meeting held at the Palace ho tel the following officers were elected President Frank II Buck Vacaville first vicepresident W B Gerber Sacramento second vicepresident A C Short Penryri secretary and man ager Alden Anderson Sulsun treas urer H A Falrbank Sacramento executive hoard A J Hechtmdn San Francisco G B Katzensteln Sacra mento P B McKevltt Vaeaville Gcoige D Kellogg and A H Schnabel Newcastle FIELD ATHLETICS Marysville and Woodland Boys Meet Tomorrow Personnel of the Local Team a Large Slice of Victory for Our Boys BASEBALL NOTES Sacramento Wins First Game Under Kulens Captaincy YOLO IS ALL RIGHT Mr and Mrs Rosenberg Re turn From South Saturday nt 2 p m the brawny ath letes of the Woodland high school will compete with those from Marysville for track and field honors The wea ther promises to be favorable and the track is in good condition It will not be a matter of surprise if some academic records are broken Generally speaking the boys are in the pink of condition Some are a tri fle sore but the rest they get today will probably relieve that Hall is going over the bar in great style and the man that beats him will have to jump some Siolier is suffering from a sore ten don but notwithstanding this first place in the 100 is practically conceded him He will do as well in the 220 Gregg runs a close second In the sprints Ball and Morrison will be heard from in the 140 Woodland has never lost the half mile and she does not propose to do so this time Tyler The Sacramento ball team won Us first game played under the captaincy of Billy Hulcn on Thursday by a score of 2 to 1 The fans arc delighted with Hulens work Tho RecordUnion says He equals FlooiV at his best anil is by no means In form as yet Hulcn started the ningcttlngs with a hit to left field stole two bases made a put out and 0 assists without an error HicHey one of Sacramentos pitch ers and Troy a fielder have jumped their contract and gone to Seattle Los Angeles defeated San Francisco by a score of 3 to 2 on Thursday Wnd dell struck out 10 San Francisco bat ters and allowed only flireo hits The University of California baseball team of which Will Adams of this city is a member will leave on May 13th tor an extended trio through the northern states and Canada The Itin erary Includes Portland Victoria B C Rosslyn Canada Butle Montana Great Falls Helena Spokane Vancou ver Tacoma Seattle Naualmo GRAND PARLOR and Rhodes take care of tbis They Visited Los Angeles Pasadena El Paso and Spent Two Days In Old Mexico event Hawkins and Gray are splen did mile men and the record for the local track will probably be lowered Ball and Gregg are entered for the broad jump Ludden Rhodes and Morrison will do gymnastic stunts with the long pole Gray Balzarf and Tyler will do the heavy work Tyler and Balzari are throwing the hammer much farther than it was thrown in the field day last year Alva Gates is entered in seven PURELY PERSONAL Comings and Goings of Well Known People Social Gossip of Interest About Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland Business Completed and Adjournment Taken Thursday Evening JUSTICE GAUOTITTE AUD FAMILY S Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Qaroutte and family will arrive in Woodland on Saturday They have engaged a team and will drive out to the birthplace of Mr Oaroutte which in the Cottonwood district in west ern Yolo We are not aGvlseu how long they will remain In this county Biliousness Is a condition character ized by a disturbance of the digestive organs The stomach is debilitated tne liver torpid the bowels constipa ted ThereIB a loathing of food pains in tho bowels coated tongue and vhmltlng first of the undigested or partly digested food and then of bile Chamberlains Stomach and Liv er Tablets allay the disturbance of the stomach and create a healthy appetite toneup tho to a heal thy action and regulate tho bowels Try them and you are certain to be Mr and Mrs I Rosenberg arrived at home Thursday after an absence of about a month They left on the 31st of March Their first stop was In Los Angeles where they spent 1C days dur ing which they made side trips to Cata lina island Pasadena and other points of interest In that vicinity They say that Los Angeles and en vironments are very pretty and at tractive but they are the opinion that all the evidence of thrllt and pros perity observed on every hand Is in a great measure due to the vast amount of money spent by the eastern tourists nearly all of whom head di rectly for that part of the state The tourist season was at its height when Mr and Mrs Rosenberg were In Los Angeles and the city was crowded The visitors began to thin out during the month of April but the number Is now nearly as large as ever owing to the convention of the club women From Los Angeles Mr and Mrs Rosenberg went direct to ElPasowliere they spent about three weeks They were In Mexico two days and witnessed a bull fight They did not visit the oil districts El Paso Is a great business town but Mr Rosenberg was unable to learn much about the distribution of trade that brings about these conditions Two smelters are about the only local Industries of note but It is evident that El Paso Is a distributing center for outside districts otherwise its bus iness would not be BO voluminous The country to be seen from the car window during a journey to and from El Paso Is pot very Inviting The climate la dry dusty and rather disa greeable when compared with that of California Mr Rosenberg says Texas is a good state to do business In but for a resi dence more comfort can bo found In Yolo than In the whole state of Texas While they had a delightful trip Mr and Mrs Rosenberg say It Is a very pleasant experience to be at home again events Mr North who gave the boys a splendid tall on athletics yesterday suggested that a hearse be provided to carry his remains off the Held Percy Bevlns has been elected yell leader and the audience will not lack for noise The management respectfully re quests all spectators to remain off the oval This is to facilitate the work of the ofllcials and to obviate any possi bility of accident The Marysville boys will be tendered a reception at the school hi the even ing No branch of athletics is so clean and gentlemanly as track and field and it Is to be hoped that the good peo ple of Woodland will encourage the boys by their presence and support SANTA CRUZ May work of the grand parlor of Native Sons was completed and an adjournment taken Thursday evening The officers elected are as follows L F Bylnglon grand president H R McNoble first vicepresident Judge C E McLaughlin second vicepresident J Gallagher third vicepresident A D Durham inside sentinel J E Uay rten outside sentinel L W JuHHard marshal Henry Martin treasurer Henry Lunstedt secretary M T Doo llng J R Knowland J A Devote W H Devlin G L Jonos and Martin Murphy trustees A 15cent per capita tax was ordered levied for the purpose of forming an organization fund The grand trustees elected Cooling chairman and Knowland secretary The grand parlor adjourned slue die at 10 p in The following are the entries 100 Hingham Alva Gates Marysville Sieber Gregg Ty ler Woodland 220 Stcrnes Harold Bingbam Charles Stagncr Marysville Sieber Morrison Gregg Woodland 440 Tapley Alva Gates Marysville Ball Sieber Morrison Woodland 8SO Bingham Alva Gates Marysville Tyler Rhodes Woodland Heldin Elmer Brown Marysville Hawkins Gray Woodland High jumpHarold BingUam Atva Gates Marysville Ball Balzari Wood land Broad Sternes Alva Gates Marysville Ball Gregg Wood land Pole Tapley Geo Boyd Marysville Ludden Rbodes Morrison Woodland Brown Alva Gales MttTysville Gray Balzari Woodland Hammer Brown Alva Gates ErI Ostrom Marysville Balzari Tyler Woodland YOTJNS MENS CLUB The meeting of the young mens club in Y M C A hall Thursday evening was very well attended H was in teresting and profitable and much of the credit for Us success is due to Die efforts of Mrs Carrie Gray Mrs R C Laugeiiour George T Thompson J D Spencer and others made brief ad dresses during the evening Delicious refreshments were served and a num ber of new games were introduced Membership Is increasing and the members hope soon to secure sufTlcteiit funds to begin the equipment of their gymnasium THE COMMERCIAL TRAVELER The date for the presentation of the remedydrama The Commercial Drummer under the auspices of the Fraternal Brotherhood has been fixed for May J4th In the cast will be Misses Gertrude Adams and Margaret Wallace Messrs B E Peterson E F Jobson J Ward W II Huston and G T Thompson The lodge glee club and the IeemanRogors quartette will jive specialties Joe Donovan Is n this city C II Uoilt went o Sacramento this morning Father Grcaly went to Sacramento this morning A M Eaton went to San Francisco this morning Mrs W Nelson went to Sacramento this morning R H Parker went to Sacramento Hits morning W S Allen returned to Dunnlguu oil the noon train John Ely ol ISucUeye was In Wood land Thursday Mrs S C Dcanor went to Sacramen to tills morning George Hoppln went to San Fran cisco this movuing Carl Dlttniar came over from Sncin menta this morning P N Ashley was a fiouthbouiul pas senger this morning C Lautze and George Tandy of Cn lny are in this cltj Mrs J V Leltbold went to Sacra mento this morning James Douglas returned from Sacra mento this morning fieorge D Flske Jr and wife of Es parto are In this city Mrs W W Browncll went to San Francisco tbis morning Mrs Nora Jackson came over from Sacramento this morning Mrs N A Hawkins returned from Altrurla Thursday evening Mrs H E Moore returned from Sail Francisco Thursday evening Marion Biggs Jr of OrovlUe suenl Thursday evening In this city Mrs Lev Adams came over from Knights Landing this morning Mr and Mrs William Murray re turned front Dlxon Thursday evening E J Tharp drove up to his stock range in Caiiay valley this morning William Bemmerly and wife ami Mrs X Volsard went to Dunnlgan today Mrs Luella Iloppiu of San Francis co is the guest of her son Stiporvtsor Hoppln Among the arrivals on the eirly morttiK train were Ray Wright and G N Blackburn Q V Knkle and Miss Lutie Snowball wore arrivals from KutghtH Landing this morning f Mrs J W Freeman and Mrs Ger trude Freeman went to Sacramento this morning Miss Clara Smith who has been vis iting Mrs S E Peart returned to Fol som this morning VMrs Allen went to Sacramento this morning to meet her niece Miss Mat Lou Hunter who Is expected Irom Mexico Missouri Among the arrivals Thursday even ing were Mrs Dlgelow Mrs G W Lyford Miss Nita Meyers Dr E Curtis Elmer Kccfer and David Hayes GRAINSACK SHORTAGE Hniiy Farmers Disappointed at Not BRIEF CITY NEWS SAN FIIANCUSCO May California farmers liavo breu disap pointed liernuso of a failure to get from the Hnn Qiiontlu prison all o the grain lings they expect to need ilurlng the coming harvest It Is claimed by the ntithoritles who have charge of the matter that this Is unavoidable us there are perhaps 10000 grain farmers In the te If eiuh wore lo order only 1 bags tho total would mean 10000 000 bags whereas tho plant at the prison not cauablc of turning out MC000000 Necessarily all appli cations Hied atter a certain date must go unfilled unless the applicants are content to lake later delivery The oindnls cliUm tbat tho consump tion or grain bugs on this coast In 1901 wns 49500000 This total la exclusive of tho use of secondhand bags OLD SOUHEllS EXPERIENCE iMMAustin a civil war veteran of Wlnrliralnr IniVwrites My wife was sick a long time In spite of good doc tors IreixtnmU but wns wholly cured liy Dr Kings New Ufe Iills which wort oil wonders for her health They always do Try them Only 25c at W II hasvyous drug store TUB CAPAY STAGE Will iunle daily rips between Woort Inml and CniHiy on and afcer May 1st arriving at Woodland at 10 a m and leaving at 3 apZiitf L A EDDY Prop CARPETS TAKBN UP Cleaned anil relnld the same day if desired upTlf J C SPARKS Steam Carpet Cleaning Tents hammocks and camp stores at lonl Murrays aplfltf For a good shuvo haircut or sham poo so to Dlmlora barlior shop U Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs of More or ten Picked Tip Here and on the Wiflf Consult the White House ad for in Interesting Torchonlaco talk Tho Dullard estate shipped 40 bucks to Mrs Stanfords Vina farm on Thurs lay T F Laugenour has finished shear ing his sheep The spring crop If clean and of good quality Opinion seems to be divided as to whether or not more showera will beneficial to the growing crops Go to armory hall this evening and enjoy gool music and dancing and re freshments all for 60 cents each It Dont stay at homa thla erenlng when you can enjoy yourself by going to tho QulUl hop at new armory hall it The Capay and Woodland stage made Its first trip on the new schedule time which means a service on six days la tho week on Thursday THE EXCURSION OFF Tho excursion from Sacramento to Penryn for Saturday has been declared off Tbis Is a disappointment to a number of Wood land I tea who were go Ing up to see the tennis tournament SMITHS DANDRUFF POMADE Stops Itching scalp upon one applica tion threo to six remove all dandruff and will slop falling hair Price 60c at all druggists Lawn mowers garden hose and sprinklers at Lord Murrays DONT MISS IT SPECIAL FOR 2 PAYS ONLY TorchonLaces worth 5c for 3c TorchonLaces worth 8c for 5c TorchonLaces worth 10c for 7c TorchonLaces worth 12c for 9c TorchonLaces worth 15c for lie TorchonLaces worth 20c for 13c Remember those goods will bo on sale at ho above prices for 2 days only Friday and Saturday May 9 and 10 THE WHITE HOUSE much pleaned with the result sale by J V Lclthold druggist For Refrigerators freezers and water coolers at Lord Murrays aplStf LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES one size smaller after using Allens FootEase a powder to be shaken Into the shoes It makes tight or new shoes feel easy gives instant relief to corns and bunions Its the greatest comfoi t discovery of the age Cures and prevents swollen feet blisters cal lous and sore spots Allens Foot Base Is a certain cure for sweating hot aching feet At all druggists and shoe atoree 25c Trial package free by mall Address Allen S Olmated La Roy N Y Mowers raKw and extrga at Ixird Murrays IT SAVED HIS LEG P A Danforth of LaGrange Gasuf fered for six months with a frightful running sore on his leg but writes that Bucklens Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days For ulcers ivoimds piles its the best salve In the world Cure guaranteed Only 2fic Sold by W H Lawson druggist EEGEET THEIE LEAVING P J Hiatt and family prominent Sacramento river residents leave this week for San Francisco where they will reside In the future Mr Hiatt has business interests there that will require all his attention In the future Mr Hlalt and Ills estimable family have many friends In Sutler county KCNIC NOTES who regret their leaving dependent Sutler lu Wc have been Informed that the singing section of the Oermaii Red Men society of Sacramento has decided to join with the Woodland Heder kranz In giving a grand picnic In this city No date has Ijcen Kedlfd upoi yet lint It is probable that it will ii hcM on a date early in June Good weather Is all that is needed I insure Die sutruss of the Ilernmm HODS picnic Sunday At present th indirations for a fine day are favor able A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Choleraand Diar rhoea Remedy when ny sen suf fering with severe cramps and was giv en up as beyond hope by my regular physician who stands high In his pro fession After administering three doses of it my son regained conscious ness and recovered entirely within 24 hours says Mrs Mary Haller of ML Crawford Va This remedy fg for sale by J V Leltliold druggist CALL ACCEPTED Hev M M Everly ofOtis Colorado has accepted a call to ocupy the pulpit of the Congregational church made vacant by the departureof Ilev W E M Stewart A telegram re ceived in this city this morning stales A VALUABLE MEDICINE that be wllJ here time for services on Sunday llttt Mr Everly Is a man of family having a wife anil two chliuicn For pure fresh candles go o tho Ariel Miss Agnes Brccn proprietor mr3lf Extras furnished for all harvesters at Lord Murrays aplJtf HELLO We arc right hack at you Back at you with Gold and Silver Whats that Gold and Silver did you say r the TRADE PALACE Wo are selling Gold and Silver Shirts that will make you open your eyes wide and say Well this is hot stuff We have patterns that clever buyers stare at and murmur We are up against it in the TRADE PALACE Wo are selling Old atd Silver Shirts at and that make the ordinary and stulf go way back sit down Will you uomo in to look You lake DO risk We ahov PEOPLES TRADE PALACE Alert Betailers For coughs and colds and children have not the slightest hesitancy In rec oinmendlng Chamberlains Coug Remedy to all who are fro coughs or colds says Chaa M Cra mer Esq a well known watchmakei of Colombo Ceylon It has bee some two years since the city dtspcr sary first called lay nUcrition to th valuable medicine and I have rouea used It and It has always been Ijcneilcial It lias cured me quickly of all cheat colds It Is especially effect1 Ive for children and seldom tnlces more tlmn ouo bottle to cure them of hoarseness 1 have persuaded many to try thia valuable medicine and they are all us well pleased as myself over the results For Bale by J V LeUli olil druggist TOO THINKIJP AND TOO LITTLE LOIN has ruined many a farmer aa It bu many a business man Tbat unex pected always happens has been prov en over and over again in insurance statistics Get out your policy ftrst aad do your thinking Then your thoughts will be ones especially if you place jour In surance with Balfour GarretU FIHB INSURANCE GRAIN AND DRIED FRUITS   

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