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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 2, 1902, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY 2 1902 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 PURELY PERSONAL Goingsand Goings of Well Known People Profeuor HftwLhAm Preftn to Teach in California Social Qosup of Intereit About Thow Who Dwell in or Hear the City of Woodland Frank Hulbert returned to Blacks today Mike Robinson made a trip to Dun nlgan today T A Critzer went to San Francisco this morning Dan Patterson came up from Davis Mrs JO Chalmers went to Sacra mento this morning Charles Whitman returned to Win ters Tuesday afternoon A W North returned from San Francisco this morning Sheriff Griffin went to San Fran cisco Tuesday afternoon Win King of Davisville was an ar rival on the noon train Charles Nelson returned from San Francisco Tuesday evening James Sullivan of San Francisco IB the guest of E I Leake J C Higginbotham returned to Knights Landing this morning Professor A M Klstoa was an arri val from Berkeley this morning S H Jackson of Oakland is the guest of Mr and Mrs F J Wil lough Bullock and Miss Re beccjt Dreyfus returned from Sacra mentpthis morning Rev Father Colligan who has been conducting the sisters retreat return ed to San FJrancisco this morning Father Horgan left for Santa Cruz on Tuesday Hewill probably take a vacation of a month at that popular i resort Mrs Hattle Sheltqn and daughter Miss Lulu Shelton left this morning for Oakland where they will spend the summer Miss Clara Grlggs left for Pacific Grove this morning She was accom panied as far as San Francisco by her brother Charles Miss Anna Fitzgerald who has been here on Ta visit to her sisterinlaw Mrs John Fitzgerald left 3n her return to Fresno this morning Mr and Mrs D E Holt and son Herrold left on the noon train to spend several days with M T Em mert and family near Dunnlgan Miss Eugenia E Draeger who has been visitingher father A Draeger during the past two weeks returned to her home in Pacheco this morning Mrs James H Redick and daughter of Inley Ohio are visiting at tie j of Mrs James Hadley near Yolo Hadley and Mrs Redick are sis alter Huston left this morningfor iNapa asylum for the insane hav In charge Hazel Myrlck They i accompanied by the unfortunate parents j and F A Stelger county of Solano county left Tues f n v afternoon for Alaska where the fi flcbtor has an interest In a tract of coal Lland containinl betwen 7000 and 8000 t acres Theyare going to survey the viand and eipect to be gone about six ft weeks V THE HORRIBLES Professor Irving Needham arrived In Woodland on Tuesday after having spent a year In the Philippines Mrs Needham Is expected to arrive on the Sheridan which Is due In San Fran cisco in about ten days Professor Needham a short time af ter his marriage sailed for the Phif ppines where ha had accepted an en gagement to teach In the public schools A few months later he was loined by hjs wife All these events were duly recorded In these columns at the time they occurred When Mr and Mrs Needham decided to return to California transportation was secured for Mrs Needham with the expectation that she would pre cede her husband On account of a cholera scare her departure was delay ed Mr Needham recognized that In order that he might procure a position as teacher it was urgent for him to leave for California at the earliest pos sible moment He left by one of the Empress line steamers on the 15th of May and landed at Vancouver about a week ago but was unable to secure transportation for his wife on the same steadier Mrs Needham as before stated is on the Sheridan which left Manila early in June Mr Needham spent a year as teach er in the Philippines While he is an enthusiastic educator he prefers Cali fornia as a field for operation Theband discoursed several lively airs on Maln street Tuesday evening were highly appreciated Quite a crowd followed the band to the city hall where Walter Huston addressed the crowd on the subject of organizing a procession of horribles for the even Ing of the Fourth of July Nearly al present expressed themselves in favor of the A meeting was called for oclock this evening all those Interested In the mat ter are requested to be present H D Q W ATTEHTIOK lll called meeting of Woodkirid Parlor No 90 N D G W at 10 oclock Thursday morning All members are requested to be present an important1 buaineaa will be trans acted SMITH LULU SHHLTON Pres jy2 If A MAN LIE TO YOU And other naive ointment lotion oil or alleged healer la M aa Bucklena Arraioa Salve Ull bin thirty of marvelous cures of bums bolls corns felons ulcers brulaea and akin eruptions prove IW the and cheapest ttc at W H Lawsons ing Wore RETURKS FROM MMIU BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs terns of More or Lei Importance Picked Up Here and There on the Wing TO GIVE PUBLICITY The Chamber of Commerce Dis cusses Advertising Two Thousand Copiei of the Bidwell Article to From Abroad The regular monthly meeting of the Woodland chamber of commerce was held Tuesday evening In the office of Huston Joslyn The attendance was large and the discussion which was of a general character and concerned plans and methods of advertising the resources of the county took a wide range A report was submitted on behalf of the advertising committee to the effect that arrangements for the publi cation of the Bidwell article In folder form for general circulation have been completed It will be remembered that Mr Bidwell prepared this article for the state board of agriculture It Is to be illustrated Inthe folder of which 2000 copies will be issued A letter from an investment com pany was read This letter contained a large number of enquiries particu larly relating to resources cllmate population the tax roll the taxlevy ndebtednesa and various other mat Lers affecting industrial conditions rhe president was requested to an rswer the communication The advisability of making another effort to have an experimental farm established In Yolo county was dis cussed As a result there was a tacit agreement to request both party con ventions to instruct their legislative nominees to make all legitimate efforts to procure the necessary legislation The next meeting of the chamber will be held Tuesday evening July the 8th TO THE PTTBXIO The Fourth of July committee re quests the boys not to set off any fire crackers or other explosives during the progress of the parade No firecrack ers will be allowed on the picnic grounds Anyone igniting them wil be expelled from the grove By order of COMMITTEE ORDER OF HXEKAnr SOHS All members of Concordla Lodge No 20 O d H a are io meet at 1 0 O F hall on July 4th at 8 CO a m sharp to take part in the parade By order of COMMITTEE treaurs and water at Lord Murrays ap9t HanuM robea add doaten at Lord t Murray Read the shoe prices In Millers new ad The White House will he closed all lay on Friday July 4th Gilbert Tyler Is running on the Wil lows local as a newsboy Mrs 0 A Hatton offers her Interest n the Parker House for sale Dont forget the chlckenple dinner at the M B church on July 4th jy3 A reward Is offered for the return of estray stock See 50cent ad The road between Sacramento and Woodland via Elkhorn Is said to be open again Potatoes are offered for sale on the Dlggs ranch at 50 cents per sack See 0cent column J R Shelton offers some comblna lon bargains in dentifrices and tooth brushes See his new ad The Woodland Gas and Electric iompany makes a strong bid for yet more patronage in its new ad The flre department at a meeting iield Tuesday evening decided to par ticipate in the Fourth of July parade The article captloned It Looks Like Water in Tuesdays Democrat should have been credited to the Win ters Express W A Hemlow on last Saturday was engaged at the Morris Smith plant at Cachevllle putting up about 800 cans of fruit for sample purposes Powers and Russell Hunter were Initiated Into the Woodmen of the World at the regular meeting of Mad rona Camp No 186 Tueaday evening Ray Wright Is laid up for a few days on account of a sprained arm sustain ed through a fall from a telephone pole near the West Valley Lumber Com panys yard The Sunday school teachers of the Congregational church entertained thelr pupils Tuesday evening In the study room of the church All had a very pleasant time The weather clerk seems to be In an erratic mood Monday a north wind prevailed Tuesday H shifted to the south Today it Is In the north again but not so warm as It was on Monday The Bank of Yolo the Farmers and Merchants Bank and the Yolo County Savings bank will be closed on July 4th and 5th both days having been de clared legal holidays by Governor Gage Democrat scribe recently had g conversation with Pende Welch who Is now a resident of Williams Mr Welch and family expect to return to Woodland and take up their residence next fall Information comes from Allen springs on the authority of one who met Mr and Mrs R P Wallace last Sunday to the effect that Mrs Wallace was quite 111 at the time However her affliction was regarded as nothing serious H T Barnes has a force of men en gaged In connecting the sewer farm with a line of pipe two miles east of the farm By this means the sewage will be extended two miles further east emptying out In a piece of alkali land belonging to Charles Nelson Julius Hachmann who left Bartlett springs Tuesday morning and spent a day at Allens was an arrival on the afternoon train today He expects to spend several days In San Francisco before the close of his vacation on the 15th of July WILL INSTALL OFFICERS Mrs Louisa Mezger district deputy president Rebekah of district 14 will Install the officers of the lodges in her Jurisdiction as follows Winters Lodge No 104July 10th Davlsville No 253 July llth Sylvan No 108 July 14th Capay No 243 July 23d Woodland No 249 July 24th THE CANNERY STARTS A Thorough Teit Everything 1 to be Satisfactory Work was commenced at the cannery this morning The fruit In tic vicin ity la hardly In a fit condltlonbut work was formally commenced In order to give the machinery a thorough test Superintendent Hood Informs us that the trial was entirely satisfactory The engine and the appliances are In perfect order The force Is as yet small In addition to the superintend ent engineer bookkeeper overseer and other permanent employes a few women were put to work cutting and preparing a email lot of early nprlcots which were afterwards canned The process was watched with a great deal of Interest and the super intendent was pleased with the oper ations The cannery Is now open for business and those who have fruit that Is suitable for canning purposes are requested to call and consult with the buyer and superintendent There Is every reason to believe that this new industry will soon be established on a firm anil paying basis and that It will prove to be a profitable Invest ment tor Woodland UKFOETUNATE Chris Knight Is not having such a good time at Bartlett springs as he an ticipated In tho beginning of his work In his efforts to break up malaria and reduce his weight he strained one of the muscles of his back and the In Jury has given him considerable trouble He hopes to be all right again by the latter part of this week FINE YEABXISO SICK A B Rodmans yearling colt Cavalier is in the hands of Dr Alex ander who Is treating the animal for a serious case of distemper A few days ago it became necessary to Insert a tube in the windpipe In order to al low the animal to breathe The colts condition is much improved today DONT FAIL TO TRY THIS Whenever an honest trial Is given to Electric Bitters for any trouble it Is recommended for a permanent cure will surely be effected It never falls to tone the stomach regulate the kid neys and bowels stimulate the liver Invigorate the nerves and purify the blood Its a wonderful tonic for rundown systems Electric Bitters positively cures kidney and liver trou bles stomach disorders nervousness sleeplessness rheumatism neuralgia and expels malaria Satisfaction guar anteed by W H Laws on druggist Only 60 cents CARPETS TAKEN UP Cleaned and relald the same day If desired J C SPARKS upTtl Steam Carpet Cleaning Camp wagon to T Grant VALUABLE TIME SAVED Slight Injuries often disable a man and cause several lost rf time and when blood poison develops some times result in the loss of a hand or limb Chamberlains Pain Balm la an antiseptic liniment When applied to cuts bruises and burns It them tn heal quickly end without matura tion and prevents any danger of blood poison For sale by J V Lelthold druggist OPEN UNTIL 9 P M Johnston Bros will keep their gro cery stora open until oclock Thurs day nIgiit owing to holiday on July 4th Jj3 Good enough for anybody Fl LLCR nOBODORA BANDS tn It ft from HOUSE HA YT 1 OLD fSACH A HONEY OLE YAKGOfT rclaccB OF PUBLIC IMPORT Information in Regard to the Rural Delivery At a Comparatively Small Coit Out ofTown People Kay Enjoy a Great Convenience The postofflce department has Issued Instructions to postmasters and carri ers on star routes that are of consid erable public Interest These instruc tions require that postmasters upon the written order of any person living on a star route must deliver his or her mall to the carrier The Instructions further require the carriers to deliver mall Into boxes and hang small bags or satchels containing mall on cranes or posts that may bo erected along tho line of the route The chief regula tions are as follows Any person living on or near tho route and not within the corporate limits of any town or within 80 rods of any postofflce who desires his mall deposited at a given point on the line of the route by the carrier may provide and erect a suitable box or crane on the roadside located In euch a manner as to be reached as conveniently as practicable by the carrier without dismounting from the vehicle or horse and such person shall file with the postmaster at the postofflco to which his mall Is addressed which shall be one of the two postofflccs on the route on either Bide of and next to the box We Want You To Calland See our Beautiful Pianos Wonderful Offer Until Jane 25th till ttH I II I I III HI III I I We will give to every pur chaser a free scholarship of twentyfive music lessons the lessons may be taken from any music teacher in Yolo Sutler Sacramento Solano Glenn Butte or Los Angeles county Music teachers heres a chance for you to malte money and also help the dealer out We all want wealth We all want business We all want reputation We represent the old relln ble Arm of Sherman Clay Co of San Francisco the leading Piano and Music house on the Pacific Coast who handle the Stelnway Emerson A B Chase Richmond etc Have a large stock of Sheet Music too large and will offer until the end of June all Coon Songs at 20c and a fine line at Ittc vocal and Instrumental Anyone giving mo names 4 from which I make a sale of 4 Piano will presented with a 4 fine graphophone and one doz 4 Records 4 Get a move on let as oe 4 partners la business rustle up 4 your friends and enemlea anii 4 well tell em a Piano ar Organ 4 AddreM 4 WOOLLEYS MUSIC STORE 4 JrMw Woodland or request In writing for the delivery of his mail to the carrier for deposit at tho designated point at the risk of the addressee The small bag or satchel above described as well as he box or crane must bo provided by tho person for whoso use It Is intend ed without expense o tho department Tho carrier on the route will be re quired to receivo from any postmaster m the route any mall matter or pri vate mall satchel that may be entrust ed to him outside of the usual mall bng and shall carry such mall matter or private mall satchel to and deposit It Into the proper mall box or hang It in the proper mall crane placed on the line of tho route for this purpose such service by the carrier to be without jhargo to tho addressee Tho carrier la not required to col ect tho mall from the boxes but there s no objection to his doing so If It does not interfere with his making the schedule time SAVES A WOMANS LIFE To have given up would have meant death of Mrs Lois Cragg of Dorch ester Mass For years she had endured untold misery from a severe lung trou ble and obstinate cough Often she writes could scarcely breaUie and Bomeymea could not apeak All doc tors and remedies failed till I used Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump tion and was completely cured Suf ferers from coughs colds throat and luqg trouble need this grand remedy for H never dlsappoipts Cure Is guar by Lawson druggist CATARRH OF THE BOWELS Cures bloating after meals and large quantities of gas which cannot be cx polled causes diarrhoea alternating with constipation S B Catarrh Cure has a tonic and curative effect on the bowels nnd restores thorn to a natural and healthy action and condition For salb by all druggists Book on Ca tarrh free Address Smith Bros Fres no Cal 20 For pure fresh candles go to the Ariel Miss Agnes Breon proprietor mrStf ATTZVTIOV RZBEKAHB1 Members of Woodland Rebekah Lodge No 249 are requested to meet at I O 0 F hall on Friday July 4th at a m to participate In the par ade All Hebekaha are earnestly In vited to participate By order of ELIZABETH WOLFE NG ANGIE BARR Be jyl KEEP OFF THE OILED ROAD The public Is respectfully requested not to drive over the newlyoiled road extending east on Main street from the railroad track until It becomes thor oughly dry T J VAUGHN Supervisor POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Candidates cards inserted under this heading at the rate of per card payable in advance JIM CRUTCHEH DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER Subject to Decision of the Democratic Crawford Primary QEORQB R LOVEJOY REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY Subject to the decision of the Repub lican County Convention 4 1 W C CURTISS REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE TOR SHERIFF Subject to the decision of the Repub lican County Convention W H ALEXANDER DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR AUDITOR Subject to Decision of the Democratic Crawford Primary Gentlemen This will interest you For One Week Commencing June 3oth We offer at Special Sale a lot of soft bosom Madras Percale and Clianton Pongee Shirts at 48 cts Also n full lino of stiff bosom colored shirts striking patterns good value for at the price of 65 cts These garments are garments you can wear with credit to your good taste nnd judgment Good enough for Sunday wear and strong enough for every day The White House Well Well How have you been Thank we are verv bu y You might cail us Tom Business Boomers for short We are not a bit bashful are we and why should we be Last we sold over 7 doz NAZARATH WAISTS Say do you know with a Nazaratb Wairt you may dispense with the un dervest this warm weather and coolneaa PEOPLES TRADE PALACE Alert Retailers WOODLAND CAL June U 1JOS We are not surprised at the Brs record of the past we expvctwt It Grain is now as dry as tiader burns as fiercely and quickly any thing could burn We have adjutwt and paid eight grain losses wlthta past six days and undoubtedly will be others This U an for you and If you bare not insured your hay building or harvester come la at and do What our companies bare paid ooa claimant they paid fully and will do Ute aaBM by r Balfoor GRAIN BUYERS AND   

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