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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - August 11, 1903, Woodland, California                                 ———————-  WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859  PURELY PERSONAL  Comings and Goings of Well Known People.  took a good dog with him. and is confident that they will have a successful hunt  J. P. Randall and wife, Mrs. J. M. Downs and daughter, of Eminence, Kentucky. Z. T. White and wife, of Emid, Oklahoma territory, were arrivals Monday. They came out on one of the G. A. R. excursions, and stopped in Woodland to see their uncle, Dave Barnes. They will remain here several days, during which they will drive around the county.  WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST ll, 1903.  NOT IDENTIFIED.  DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877  ADJUDGED GUILTY.  Fine and Imprisonment Imposed on C. G. Hankel.  AL HILLER DEAD.  Wa® for Years a Familiar Figure on Woodland Streets.  BOY CURED OF COLIC AFTER PHYSICIANS’ TREATMENT FAILED. My boy when four years old was taken with coPc and cramps in his  Body of Man Killed at Danville by stomach. I sent for tho do* tor and he   1  injected morphine, but the child kept getting worse. I then gave him half  Officers Is Exhumed  Social Gossip of Interest About Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland.  COMMITTEES CONFER.  Major Berry Thinks Yolo Would Win Out at State Fair.  The executive committee on the Yolo Frank Carter was an arrival Sunday. I county exhibit for the St Louin fair Mayor Beamer went to Sacramento and a committee appointed by the thin morning.    I chamber of commerce met in Huston  a stone came up from DnrteTlUe * Joalyn e office Monday    to  dhle morning    discuss the matter of an exhibit at the  tv H Cook returned Monday evening state fair  'irom Petaluma.    I Major Berry, collector for the world a  aa rp Mn cir rMumPd from Willows fair, speaking from abundant expert Mrs. T. Mack return    Unce.    said that an exhibit could be ar  The news of the death of AI Hiller I Mea. John Wilson of 1201 Laguna  was received in (hi. city Monday. He | street Ban ft-rlmjj,  Oxnard  a  Ventura "county.'o^Ldy'jlst telegraphed Coroner KIKO to hold for Se Sad bc^Tpoor health for a long j,aden,il.catton the body ofIt*■ urn ,    known man killed near naviaviue,  For years the deceased was a famil- | She was not satisfied with the import tar figure on Woodland streets. He given by the young mining MC* 11 *”; was the ton of pioneer parents, the H. M. Reading, who cattie to late Mr. and Mrs Samuel Hiller, had remains. In company with received his education In the local Kl«• she visited the remeteryjdon-schools, and at one time had a -peak- day afternoon. The icorps*   at lea8t> WUh eVPr>  I 'nation    the    laxly  Ordered to Stay in Custody Until Restitution It Made of EISS 75 Unlawfully Taken.  a teaspoonful of Chamberlain s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and in half an hour he was Bleeping and soon recovered.—F. L. Wilkins, Shell Lake Wls. Mr. Wilkins is bookkeeper for the Shell Lake Lumber Co. For sale by J. V. Lelthold.  inatlon _    _  wan not the one she had expected to  Many have proved that C. A. Hairs is the place to trade. “Go thou and do likewise." _  Jewett  ••The proof of the pudding Is in the eating of IV* Try C. A.Hall f01r *«>-certes.     le * 6lf   DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUT THE AID OF A DOCTOR.  “I am just up from a hard spell of the flux." (dysentery), says Mr.T. A. Pinner, a well known merchant of Drummond, Tenn. "I u*ed on small bottle of Chamberlain’s Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and was cured without having a doctor. I consider it the beat cholera medicine in the world." There Is no need of employing a doctor when this remedy is used, for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complaint In any form either for children or adults, it never fails and is pleasant to taka For pale by J. V. Lelthold.  ranged and maintained at the state  man in Woodland.  When th. CM. Of Cr! O. HgnkH I  e<t  8 ?™*    englgTng’Tn    ! in'! wLcn' quc'aUoncd  cited for contempt of court, was called     buaim , 8H ln    the  southern    part of    the | plied that after she    read the de* rip  in the superior court this    *    *** j ^‘wU'thToT a"    m'Tthom Him  good-sired crowd was present.    hfl^e/anTlrmir*sls’tem **5ro^Heiuy '^Whito"ueif f was*V Sight reeem  Attorneys H. L. Huston and C. W. I     and  charles Hiller live in | blancs. Mrs. Wilson hail no hesitancy  Thomas looked after the Interests of    Wocxll&nil.    Mrs. Maggie    Hughes    In In saying that the body WM not t a  Mrs. Hankel. and Goo. Clark and W. Uacer    ST .’SSi «    *  A. Anderson represented the respond-    to Baa  jn  ^ |lbu J washington.    The companied her on    the trip old «  eat. C. Hankel.    L r8t Mrg  Warren Powers, mother of Democrat" representative that Mrs,  Attorney Clerk ,dmltt«l. In behalf| Arlhur  ,-ow.r.. of thla city. WM atop| | *^ | ^^. > «rii l n  ladles’ and children’s shoes from f>0c up at Jackson Shoe Store. au7tf  Kentucky Double-stamped Whiskey at the Manhattan.   ii Rf  Freeh vegetables and frfllt it Ult Ideal grocery.  Han am shoes.  jy28tf  Huston A Morris. jy29tf  Go to Groh’s for your shoes. Jyltfdw  important to Mot*a—.  —Ms etftfttllf •eery boti!* of CAITOBAi a aft and nn remedy lot tarsals sad (MAsa  Bears th*  la DW PW Over SO Tsars.  Tbs glad Yea Uses abray* Baa#*  ADAMS’ SARSAPARILLA PILLA Chocolate Coated. Caro const!par  ti on. biliousness, sick headaches, dyspepsia. 10c, 26c. Druggists.    d  Monday afternoon.    ^    ^    ____________ _________  Walter Baker went to Knights Land- I e^dtloT" f0 ‘r‘*$3oT». This does not I of his client, ill the allegations con- I a •later.     thp  ^    ^    |; iale  hospital about four week- ago  ing Monday evening.    mean "any old exhibit.” but one that is jtained in the alTldavlta of Mr. Huston    Conklin    but a separation Nothing has been heard of him Mace.  a w Nor! h made a trip    to    Sacra-    qualified to    enter aa a    strong[ yoni pet I- Lh owing    a violation of    the    court’s in- '    ^     MrH     HI liar lives In Sacra-I His    name    wax    John M.    Wilson, and  ,, a.o^hla mLro“*     ,or f,,r thf    prl7P    8ho "  d hW "X    Iud.Moo    except aa to    .he    ronclu.lo... ^'     Mr *    he    .»    .o.umltted ....    Oetotar 2uth.  uu nto this morning.    honors be won, a neat surplus would N  n     *    ,    , K ..    u.nwi wt^tilsal    _——    -    Usroo. at the age of 22 years.  Miss Margaret Smith returned to  remaln  after all expenses had been of the affiant that Hankel entertain     ftn iair    nnniim    I Just before Wilson escaped from the  •Berkeley this morning.    paid. The California Promotion Com- I any contempt for the orders of the  rn I awhead made a trip to Davia- mitts* offers seven prizea varying from ^  or thal the  property was re-  , I.VSS, SS WISifXI — «— eSMIeUoo of th,  s. H. Grigsby returned    from    ^  at '     W ould probably    secure    enough to cover    court.  ■onvilla Monday evening.    expenses.    It was admitted that    what was done  q V Bakie returned to Knights | The consensus of opinion among *^ J by Ulrich Hankel was done under hts Landing Monday evening.  NO GRIME PROVED.  But George Hill and Two Companions Are Floated.  member, of the    * p £ 1 ?h21 brother Carl', dlrclion.  by the chamber of commerce wan mat |  Just aa the "Democrat" was going to press Monday afternoon Constable  Miss Mabel Coin returned to ^* cra 'jthe body they represented should co-J Tile barr* I of beer xbiih was ship ^       r     _____  m« nto’Monday afternoon.    operate with the local executive com-    ped to Santa Rosa was sent to Hankers    ,, ark( , r arre «ted    George Hill, who,    Joe  a n Rodman returned from    San    mitts© of the    world’s fair exhibit,     father a8 a     birthday present, so Hankel    Briscoe alleges,    relieved him of    |6  Frail,'Ueo M*>nday even.ny.    |lf any award from .he -U^ falr I. M-1 MM   E. Archer was a south-bound pas    ----------------- --  bomi rot Monday afternoon.    | two     bodies.    I lated other vlolatlonx of the ”»»« m. ,    ^ ^  Th<iy entere d the El Dorn lax Stella Fenner returned    to    San    Major Berry,    who aa a collector hax    Injunction    in add! ion toI,ado saloon and    Briscoe sat In a chair.  Miss Stella Fenner return     wtl|    pwr€  the exhlblt. as    »enUoned    ^etojore »?^ an J l  t    where he soon    fell asleep. HIU    sat  he can do so without neglecUng his nessee were put on the stand ana in  .    ^       .while    he was under the influence of II-  I cured the money shall be divided, after I    quor.    Brlacoe    claimed    that he and  jexpenaea ara ..ald, he.w^n the two A. orney. H«».on al..I Th..| mI , I...1 been drlnklax ...Mfhar dur-  Francisco Monday afternoon.  . ,    ,en  -------- .    ,    floVnw Jhad £k«m next to him and when Briscoe awoke  Miss Phella Archer returned to N utto- Jn  connection with the world’s was shown that Hankel had taken J  ---------aa    in    xv*-h    Mkm  money, from ,he ZSTmT^t I HIH  Berkeley Monday afternoon.    ifalr.    I l "T w ’    '— v . ,k., Ibhvh was missing iron \  Prof E N Henderson returned from The ever-present money question giving    wrre    taken    coe    s)    pockeU.    When    searched    Hill  Prof. E. N. HennersoB r«vu«u     u v     ,h,    ,,*mmittees. but ouroose for which they were Uken.     H     ,     ld    h   Sutter Creek Monday evening.    I was considered by the committees, but P U »T>«*    .  Sutter crees mow    nothing    definite    was determined. "It    The amounts  Mrs. W. C. Curtiss returned from I  u moQgy to  advertise" may sound 12::*.* lf.^ but after    Unnw    to    his    companions    two    men  San Francisco Monday evening.    {trite,    but    those    who    will profit—and were deducted which It was ^la    known    to    the    Mice    Hill’a    rom-  Ii raw ii footed up I had il.40 with him. Brlacoe said he  d "„Zber”Mte»! «h..«Kb. .ba, HIH »MMd over th.  Miss Rtordan and daughter. MU* who will not?-by Increased Immlgra-Maggie, went to Napa this morning. Roo should not forget the saying.  were permissible as fljHflM «WM»|^" lo ™- were  found'later, but they did of the respondent, the net amount     nimiMV     in    their    Dosses-  Misses Georgia Fenner and Sat ah Stephens went to Berkeley this morning.  RETURHIHG TO PARADISE.  due the receiver was found $128.75.  to  be not have the money in their posses I aion. The three men passed the night iii the city Jail. and were released this  Judge Hart made some extended re-. j--"    ',    HupoHslhie to bring  --.    ,    I    marks    before    passing    sentence, hut th*^- ni^  IlH| lhelIl . The officers  ^    ,______hie    I    lateness    of    t      P  I doaunl them out of town.  J    un Mon- I G. rn. niuuiraun    "    Maleness    ui    inc    uw«*    —---■    I    a n .,^i  Bert Armatronk *" <1  *'*•,    from llllnol, Monday ital Ina thathl« , vl  , n  „.,. 0 unt of the beu-lng in ’'“aual     clArk    of    bu   day eveulni for tbe McCloud river die j t>a broth(J „ j  M aIul w . a Hlddle-| J ull  ,*  lu d ay  , i».ue.    •     Ht "    "*"     Ch,rl     ^    '    -    •  tricL  Miss Florence Wherry, of Cache-Jq vine wan in &rrtv&l Moodiy    j , anipni« ut BX 8au h  wa brother*, J. MU ann    i    full    in    today    s issue.    Umnflninrnt    hnve    jimt ftnlahed aerv-  rn, had left with Aurora Company. The court found the respondent. Carl     ln    the     county jail. It la  . a. R.. to «tend ^he uaUonal .n-| Q . Hankel. guilty of contempt of |    ^5,    ‘    la    an    « "mvU t  noon.  Both these gentlemen visited in  I court, Flrat-  follows:  By moving  hospital he had his musUehe ami whiskers trimmed, and the growth on the dead man’s face resembled ti at of che missing man.  It is said that the hospital officials after looking at a photograph, were ted to believe by his general appear anre that the dead man was Wilson The statement of the mother refutes this theoiy, and the identity of the dead man is aa much a mystery as ever.  ♦♦♦  A tall. Blender, middle-aged woman arrived In this city Sunday evening and procured a room at the Parker House. On the following morning she hunted up Coroner Kltto and told him that she was here for the purpose of identifying the body of the victim of Friday’s tragedy. Mr. Kltto showed her a photograph, but his visitor did not recognize It as the presentment of one she had known. Tile woman was reticent, and merely told the < oi oner that she expected to identify a relative. She left on the afternoon train for Ban Francisco. Inquiry at the Parker House elicited the fact that xhe did not register aud gave no name. ♦♦♦  Under-Sheri If Brown has received word from Folsom and Ban Quentin that the photograph of the unknown oexd man does not fit the description of any former inmate of either prison  surreptitiously  OUR CLUB SCORES  , i M,nit MV I Woodland not long ago.and will doubt- <*^10 goods to Knights LAndtng for D. L. Carter returned M ny I ^ ^ ^ again. They were delighted L h ipment to Oakland, for which be   ver * ^    [with California and are glad of the I    *    floe    of    |260,    In    default    of      ^__  opportunity to visit our beautiful state payment of which he is to be con the Woodland Guu t lub last Sunday  Mrs  afternoon, after a in Wiilowa.  Dr Curtis returned this morning. | again. after an outing of two weeks speut In  Trinity county.  Miss Lottie Eastham aud Miss NIU  1 111 Dosed a fine of |2&0, in default of The following scores wert* made by   M     .    j,    A.__- I .    ...    J*    a__.a n.... LUa.L lakes# Q.i.i.taV  fined In the county Jail at the rate of    I  I day for every »2 remaining unpaid R. T. Day......................  Second—Upon the completion of the I vt M. Diggs ......  UT    I.,  |250 fine he is to he confined in the j, Kuetis  LOOK! LOOK AT THE VALUE OF  $1.00  At the White House  IO Yds. Beautiful Lawn for 81  3 doz. Handkerchiefs for gl  Pretty White Shirt Waists for $1 8 pr. Lads. fast black.Hose gl A fine linen Wash Skirt ... for gl  worth $2 OO $1 50  REAL B8TATB TRANSFERS.  INVEST IN A MINE    .                   p   —— ....... -    .    Muniv    I  c  H. Overlngton. who r*-Hide« on P.“ dn ty”jall until he makes restitution I j q litxxiln.............. Y* II  Keene returned from Napa *0 y weatcott atreet. returned from Trinity I  iQ lhe     of    $128.75 belonging to I g«o. Jackson...................J*  Monday evening    county    thla    morning.    C.    A    Peer    “Lb#    hotel funds.    IP.    W.    Lawson..................«!—•*  Miss Minnie Lindner, formerly of prominent resident of^ Wataoovlua,J    prisoner    waa remanded to*the|j >  Murray...................‘I  ♦his Tit*^ passed through on Monday I cm me with him, Mr. Overlngton in-  {a    JTCSSSto  #    in*    who    that he and Mr. Peer had invested in  Harold Bingham. o< MaryarHM I  Trinity  county gold mine, kwated wax an arrival Monday arterm-m, leu j     Trln i lv     Center.    Mr. Overlngton  ;uatody of the sheriff.  for Berkeley this morning  Miss Llamas Lambert left for PelojcUu-ee that the prospects arc  Mr.  la enthusiastic over the mine. and Ae- I — ' r ; tur nsd from Sacramento this I    THE    CAPAY STAGE   Mll ,       .clarke    that    the    prospects    are    of    th*     4     accompanied    by    Miss    Hattie     Wlll    make     daily    trips,    Sundays    ex-  Alto Monday    ISS*    I<»"*>•■    S“^;.* h0 -! rr * T  t fJcepUd.    b«tw««. WoodUud .od Cepuy  oarTns to enter Stanford university |  rU ,b  w uh the prec ious metal. this semester    ~  EASTERNERS ARRIVE  John Suavely and Mr*. Jesse    returned from Sac  morning accompanied by Graham and Miss Riley, from Sharpsburg, Maryland, on  H. E. Norton........................  W. E. Osborn............  65—24  H. Oliver  ....................J 0 ”**  F. Mcoelian  ...............,,,70—49  C. O, White and wife to Emma O. Malcolm—East Vi of lot, 8 And I. Cnrd't ,dd. lo  Woodland ..............•**•     10    00 1  L. C, Wilcox et al. to Yolo Co. Consolidated Water Co.—A atrip of land IOO feet wide through first party’s land in *t»e. 29, township 8 north, range I west.............  I doz. pr. Gents* Socks, for 4 yds. T able Unmask....tor An elegant pr. Lace Curtains 8 Lads Snnimer Vests., for  Nice White Parasol.........for  20 yds. Embroidery.........for  Wash Under Skirts....... 2 for  White Cambric Underskirts..  4 pr. Lads. Knit Drawers ...  20 yds. Bummil Challie....for  8ee Windows  ••    $1    75  $1 25 “    $1    75  $1 50 $1 25 $1 50 $2 OO “    $2 OO  “    $1 50  $1 25 St 25  “ lace trimmed " new patterns  lug for Dunxmulr, whwe ass i |lain a Stomach and Liver Tablets whei  hen Such at-   m  vacaiion u* 8w W  ------- | Bbe    feU    au    atta ,     k  coming on. out « «-. ^ T.._ d  cveniUK  uxuaily caused by indigestion l NN ^ tu *‘  }   vac*ation of two weeks.  Miss Helen Douuely, who has been | tai . kh ar « the auesi Of Miss little White, 1^-  aIul lheM . Tablets are just what is turned to Berkeley this morning. Th® J needed to cleanse the stomach and iaiier went to San Francisco ow the J  war( j off the approaching attack At-sgrne train    packs of bilious colic may be prevent  Among the arrivals Monday even- bd in the same way.  .Of. J W.    Mobber.w.tt*  _________   ,    1 on and after May 15th, arriving at  overland train Monday evening Miss  WoodlttJl< i  at  10 a. rn. and leaving at 3 a niece of Mrs. Baker, sad I    l,    a.    EDDY    Prop.    my7tf  will visit with her for some time.     ^    -  Miss Graham is engaged to Mr. Suave-  W e Woodland!^ hear on every hand ly aud the wedding la scheduled for bhat C. A. Hall's is the ploce to trade,  and what everyone says must he true  The White House  For Good Values.  IO OO  Wrapper Sale I  Fact, gentlemen—^C. A. Hall will treat you square. Ha has been in the business s long time sad knows how. je26tf  CSII and so# Kdw. H. Beant, K«*in-buyer.    JyHtf  Mr. Wirtb is certainly a funny felllow. He told me to write tin* week’s ad, as lie is very busy making preparation lor Call goods. Novv, I am just one  Vacation July 25. Grant, dentist. Je26tf  anti  For sale by J. V.  BAND MUSIC FURNISHED.  The Woodland Band has reorganised. Music furnished for all occa I sioux. Enquire of M. Bvarhardt  ti  Lelthold.  __    Tbe    proper    time    to do business?  sun. Dr. Stevenson, IL K. Coll. Jesse  AJ(     indebted    to    the    Byrna    Why,    all the time, of course. Where?  Baker and wife, Mrs. Fish back sud L |0te | hereby notified to pay none F. W. Breudel’s Cash Grocery. h»24tf  Je26tf_  Call on the Ideal grocery to get a [ square deal. Phoue 851.    Jy*8tf  Men’s shoes front $1 up at Ja*-ks*tti Shoe Store.  extracts  be coarse  au?tf  Walkover shoes st je24tf J Store.  Jackson Shoe au7tf  Mr. Tuttle.    other than Byron HiliUouse, the re-  H. J. Bush was an arrival Monday eelver.    ^' mt   aInU U ^Cru* H |£r another'\mk. Her Returns will be received at J B^r, Miss Irma Browning, accum- McCrodaa’s cigar More Friday even  ponied Mr. Bush     n   to  Flavoring gpiceg ar*? apt or weak; Schilling s Best are  as fine and affords.  Ai f Au# *»<« •#*•;    t    .ck.  strong as nature  of the clerks and don’t know anything about writing ads. But it does seem to mc from the amount of Wrapper* we are selling, that every lady in Woodland is taking advantage of our mark-down sale. My motlier and all the ladies I know say they are so cheap and the designs so pretty, I ani sure if you will call we can please you. And our Waists! Have you seen them since we marked them down?    CLERK    No.    X.  People's Trade Palace,  R.  ing of the J eft ii cs-Corbett fight. au!4  r  Mat* Barnum, daughter of Auditor Barnum, of Fresno, California, w »>•  bas been the guest of Photographer  Beck and family for the past month, left Monday morning for her home.  D b Cranston’s family returned  from Shasta Retreat noon Mr. Cranston was also an arriv alTn the same train, having returned (rom a business trip into Washington  Rev. J. L, Jones was an arrival on the noon tram. He expecU to £ urn Thursday to Towle, where his family is tamped, and they will remain there about another week. He reports all in good health and spirits  K R. Suavely, E L. Clark, mnk Diet* and 1-eo Suavely went o Sacramento today as delegates to the great  council of the Independent Order ^  Red Men. M Robinson who I* also one of the delegates, has been in Sa* ramento for several days.  George Luck left to: Oakland this xeorning, where he will be met by Alvls Hunt. The two will then pro-teed* to the bills of Mendocino county, Willits, on a deer hunt. Mr, Luck  THE OLD    R  WHAT IOU CAI GET AT TUE  JACKSON SHOE STORE  $1.00  THE VOGUE  POWDER  Ahwimsy Pure  THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE  Hen’s Benj Work Shoes (or -Ladies’ Good Welted Sole Shoes, ttizcB 2 to 4, tor * Ladies' Lip! Sole Shoes tor • Hisses’ Good Dress Shoes, testing Tops, for - - - -Hisses' Good Calf Shoos tor • Child's Good Lace Shoos, alia 8V4 to ll, for - • Child's Good Call Shoos, sin  8 1 /, to ll, tor - -  60c  Ak  Mc  IM  60c  IOC  And a tot of odd and short lin**« *u good shoe# to be on asale at half the regular price. We know good xhoea, 1  and that la J net what we are giving you. We hav# the beat line on earth.  THE GREATEST SALE OF ALI  NOW  GOING ON....  Lawns, Dimities, Batistes, Grenadines and Embroideted Swisses at  1-2 PRICE  Wake Up! Wake Up!  now and aet) that your property in properly iuHuretl, or aulae day you will wake up when it is too late. With your property covered by insurance through our agency you can sleep soundly knowing that if hre comes your lo»s will be paid promptly. 'Ve place insurance ia the best companies.     BALFOUR A    GARRETTE,    GRAIN BUYERS AID INSURANCE AGENTS      Lumber    ’, La    th. I    Lime, (    lenient,!    Etc     J. MCCUTCHEON, Prop.  M^Pboae 741.  Griggs & Bush,  WEST VAHEY LUMBER CO.,  Offer for the Kelt Thirty Days, for Spot Cash  All Materials at Jobbers Bates  A call will convince you that we mean business. YARDS  AT RAILROAD D  ,*e you t  EPCT,  0. W. LYFORD, Agent.   

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