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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - August 11, 1903, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1869 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA TUESDAY EVENING AUGUST 11 1003 DAILY ESTABLISHED HH PURELY PERSONAL and Goings of Well Known People tpoka dog with him and Is con fident tbat they will have a successful bunt J P Randall aid wife Mrs J M Downs and daughter of Eminence Kentucky Z T White and wife of Emld Oklahoma territory were arriv als Monday They came out oh one of the J A R excursions and stopped In Woodland to see their uncle DaVe Barnes They will remain here sev eral days during which they will drive around the county Social Ooiiip of Intereit About ThoM Who Dwell in or Hear the City ADJUDGED GUILTY AL KILLER DEAD Fine and Imprisonment Imposed on G 6 Hankel COMMITTEES COhFER Major Berry Thinks Yolo Would Win Out at State Ffcir Prank Carter was an arrival Sunday Mayor Bearaer went to Sacramento fthls morning D Stone came up from Davlsvllle morning W B Cook returned Monday evening Jrom Petalurna Mrs T Mack returned from Willows Monday afternoon Walter Baker went to Knights Land sing Monday evening A W North made a trip to Sacra mento Ihiu morning Miss Margaret Smith returned to this morning Ijiwhead made a trip to Davls vllle Monday afternoon S H Grigsby returned from Wat fflonvllle Monday evening Q V Bakle returned to Knights Landing Mondny evening Miss Mabel Coin returned to Sacra sinentoi Monday afternoon Ai B Rodman returned from San Krancisco Monday evening E Archer was a southbound pas senger Monday afternoon Miss Stella Penner returned to San Francisco Monday afternoon Miss Phella Archer returned to Berkeley Monday afternoon Prof B N Henderson returned from Butter Creek Monday evening Mrs W C Curtlss returned from San Francisco Monday evening MIBB Rlordan and daughter Miss Maggie went to Napa this morning Misses Georgia Fenner and Sarah Stephens went to Berkeley this morn ing Bert Armstrong and wife left Mon day evening tor the McCloud river dis trict Miss Florence Wherry of Cache was an arrival Monday after iibdn f Mrs D L Carter returned Monday afternoon after a very pleasant visit in Willows Dr Curtis returned this morning after aft outing of two weeks spent in Trinity county Miss Lottie Bastham and Miss Nita Keene returned from Napa county Monday evening Miss Minnie Lindner formerly of this city passed through on Monday afternoons train Harold Bingham of Marysville who was an arrival Monday afternoon left for Berkeley this morning Miss Blamae Lambert left for Palo Alto Monday afternoon She is pre The executive committee on the Yolo county exhibit for the St Louis fair and a committee appointed by the chamber of commerce met In Huston Joslyns office Monday evening to discussthe matter of an exhibit at the state fair Major Berry collector for the worlds fair speaking from abundant experi ence said that ah exhibit could be ar ranged and maintained at the state exposition for This docs not mean any old exhibit but one that Is qualified to enter as a strong competi tor for the first prize Should highest honors be won a neat surplus would remain after all expenses had been paid The California Promotion Corij mlttee offers seven prizes varying from to J500 Even though Yolo should fall short of what she is capable she would probably secure enough to cover expenses The consensus of opinion among the members of the committee appointed by the chamber of commerce was that the body they represented should co operate withHhe localexecutive com mittee of the worlds fair exhibit If any award from the state fair is se cured the money shall be divided after expenses are paid between the two two bodies Major Berry who as a collector has few peers will prepare the exhibit as he can do so without neglecting his duties in connection with the worlds fair The everpresent money question was considered by the committees but nothing definite was determined It costs money to advertise may Bound trite but those who will who will Increased immigra tion should not forget the saying KETTJKHXNG TO PARADISE C M Htddlesou received a letter from Illinois Monday stating that his two brothers J M and W C Hiddle sori had left with Aurora Company G A R to attend the national en campment atl San Francisco Both these gentlemen visited in Woodland not long agoand will doubt less do so again They were delighted with California and are glad of the opportunity to visit our beautiful state again Ordered to Stay in Custody Until Ref utation Ii of Unlawfully Taken When the case of Carl G Hankel cited for contempt of court was called In the superior court this afternoon before Judge Hart of Sacramento a goodsized crowd was present Attorneys H U Huston and C W Thomas looked after the interests of Mrs Hankel and Geo Clark and W A Anderson represented the respond ent C Hankel Attorney Clprk admitted in behalf of his client all the allegations con tained in the affidavits of Mr Huston showing a violation of the courts In junction except as to the conclusions of the affiant that Hankel entertained any contempt for the orders of the court or that the property was re moved from the jurisdiction of the court It was admitted that what was done by Ulrlch Hankel was done under his brother Carls direction The barrel of beer which was ship ped to Santa Rosa was sent to Hankels father as a birthday present so Hankel testified Attorneys Huston and Thomas al leged other violations of the courts injunction in addition to the matters mentioned heretofore Several wit nesses were put on the stand and it was shown that Hankel had taken moneys from the hotel safe without giving satisfactory explanation of the purpose for which they were taken The amounts drawn footed up hut after a number of Hems were deducted which it was claimed were permissible as personal expenses of the respondent the net amount due the receiver was found to be 1387B Judge Hart made some extended re marks before passing sentence but the lateness of the hour precludes us from giving an account of the hearing In full in todays Issue The court found the respondent Carl Wat for Yean a familiar Figure on Woodland The news of the death of Al Hiller was received In this city Monday He passed away In a private hospital In Oxnard Ventura county on July Slst He had been in poor health for a long time For years the deceased was a famll NOT IDENTIFIED Body of Ku Killed by It Exhumed lar figure on Woodland streets was the eon of pioneer parents He the late Mr and Mrs Samuel HUler received his education In the local schools and at one time had a speak ing acquaintance at least with every man In Woodland Some time during the 80s he remov ed from Woodland later engaging In business in the southern part of the state He was about 60 years of age when death overtook him The deceased Is survived by one brother and four sisters Mrs Henry LaPage and Charles Hlller livein Woodland Mrs Maggie Hughes In Placer county Mrs Wftrreu Powers In San Francisco and Mrs Eva Orm buster In Wilbur Washington The first Mrs Powers mother of Arthur Powers of this city was also a sister He was married In the late 70s to Miss Ella Conklln but a separation ensued Mrs Hlller lives In Sncra mento NO GRIME PROVED Bat George Hill and Two Compan ion Are Floated INVEST IN A MINE Just as the Democrat was going to press Monday afternoon Constable Parker arrested George Hill who Joe Briscoe alleges relieved him of J6 whilo he was under the Influence of li quor Brlecoe claimed that he and Hill had been drinking together dur ing the day They entered the Bl Do rado saloon and Brlscoe sat In a chair where he soon fell asleep Hill sat next to him and when Brlscoe awoke Hill was gone and J6 In cash Brlscoe says was missing from his Brls coes pockets When searched Hill iad with him Briscoe said he thought that Hill passed over the money to his companions two men wall known to the police Hills com panions were found later but they did not have the money in their posses sion The three men passed ths night n the city Jail and were released this morning as it Vfas impossible to bring a charge againstthem The officers floated them out of town Hill and Charles Clnrk one of his companions have Just finished serv Mrs John Wilson of 1201 Lnguna street San Francisco arrived Monday uoon She is the wife of the man who telegraphed Coroner Kitto to hold for indentllicatlon the body of the un known man killed near Davlsvllle Stie was not satisfied with the report given by the young mining engineer H M Heading who came to view the remains In company with Coroner Kltte she visited the cemetery Mon day afternoon The corpse was ex humed and Mrs Wilson mails an exam ination of it She stated that the body was not the one she had expected to find When questioned Mrs Wlleon re plied that after she read the descrip tion In the papers she feared that the body was that of a friend whom aho had not seen for some time While there was a slight resem blance Mrs Wilson had no hesitancy In saying that the body was not that of the person she had in mind Mr Coop a friend of the family who ac companied her on the trip told a Democrat representative that Mrs Wilson was looking for her oldest son who escaped from the Stockton state hospital about four weeks ago Nothing has been heard of him since His name was John M Wilson and lie was committed on October 2uUi 1300 at the age of 32 years Just before Wilson escaped from the hospital he had his mustache and whiskers trimmed and the growth on the dead mans face resembled that of the missing man It is said that the hospital officials after looking at a photograph were led to believe by his general appear ance that the dead man was Wilson The statement of the mother refutes this theory and the identity of the dead man Is as much a mystery ss BOY CURED OF COLIC AFTER PHY SICIANS TREATMENT FAILED My boy when four years oM wu taken with colic and cramps in his stomach I sent for fhe doctor and he injected morphine but the child kept getting worse 1 then gave him half a teaspoonful of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and In half an hour he was sleeping and soon L Wilklns Shell Lake Wis Mr Wilklna Is bookkeeper for the Shell Lumber Co For sale by J V Lelthold Many have proved that C A Halls Is the place to trade Go tbou and do likewise je26tf The proof of the pudding Is In the eating of It cerles Try C AHall for gro Je26tl Lartles and childrens shoes from EOc up at Jackson Shoe Store auTtf Kentucky Doublestamped Whlsko at the Manhattan Fresh vegetables and Ideal grocery jyltt frdlt nt the Jy28tf Hanan shoes Huston Morris Jy29tt Go to Qrohs for your shoes jyltfdw DYSENTERY CURED WITHOUT THE AID OP A DOCTOB I am just up from a ifuS he flux mjm HrT A Inner a well known Drummond Tenn I of Chamberlains Cotte Ckotora and Diarrhoea Remedy aad WM eund without having a doctor I namMtr ft he best cholera nwllcrne B world There Is no need of employ ng a doctor when remedy it BMd for no doctor can prescribe a better medicine for bowel complalat IB orux either for children or It never falls and Is pleaaant to for sale by J V Lelthold I te M canfutty mry Wttto of j MA ud raudy for Imtmtt mt b UK Vat TIM Kind Tea ADAMS SARSAPARILLA PILLg Chocolate Coated Cora eoiwtip Uon biliousness sick dys pepsia lOc 25c paring to enter Stanford university this semester Mrs Fannie Foley of the Woodland Gas Electric Co left Monday even irig for Dunsmulr where she will spend avacation of two weeks Misa Helen Donnely who has been the guest of Miss Lottie White re turned to Berkeley this morning The latter went to San Francisco on the same train Among the arrivals Monday even iiig were J Mosher W A Ander son i Dr Stevenson II B Coll Jesse Baker and wife Mrs Fishback and Mr Tuttle H J Bush was an arrival Monday evening Hla wife will remain In Santa Cruz for another week Her sister Miss Irrna Browning accom panied Mr Bush Mae Barmim daughter of Auditor Barnum of Fresno California who has been the guest of Photographer Beck and family for the past month left Monday morning for her home B Cranstons family returned from Shasta Retreat Monday after noon Mr Cranston was also an arriv al on the same train having returned from a business trip into Washington Rev J L Jones was an arrival on the noon train He expects to return to Towle where his family la camped and they will remain there about another week He reports all Un good health and spirits H H Sniveiy E U Clark Prank and Lieo Snavely went to Sacra mento today as delegates to the great council of the Independent Order of Red M Robinson who Is aim out of the delegates has been in Sac ramento for several days George Luck left foi Oakland thin vormlnc where he will be met by Hunt two will then pro 1 to the hilt of Mendociao county WllUts on a hut Mr C H Overlngtou who resides on Westcott street returned from Trinity county this morning C A Peer a prominent resident of Watsonville cama with him Mr Overlngton in formed a Pemocrat representative that he and Mr Peer had invested in a Trinity county go4 mine located near Trinity Center Mr Overlngton is enthusiastic over the mine and de clares that the prospects are of the best He exhibited a bottle oftailings rich with the precious metal G Hankel guilty of contempt of court as follows moving surreptitiously certain goods to Knights Landing for shipment to Oakland for which he imposed a fine of in default of payment of which he IB to be con flnod in the county jail at the rate of 1 day for every remaining unpaid the completion of the J250 fine he Is to be confined In the county Jail until he makes restitution to the receiver of belonging to the hotel funds The prisoner was remanded tothe custody of the sheriff EASTERNERS ARRIVE hg a term in the county jail said that Hill is an exconvict CLUB SCORES Is King of all Beera from BokHkrtM KVERTWHEKE A tall slender middleaged 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 Fridays tragedy Mr Kltto showed her a photograph but his visitor did not recognize It as the presentment of one she had known The woman was reticent and merely told the cor oner that she expected to identity a relative She left on the afternoon train for San Francisco Inquiry at the Parker House elicited the fact that she did not register and gave no name UnderSherlfi Brown has received word from FolBom and San Quentln that the photograph of the unknown rieed man does not fit the description of any former inmate of either prison LOOK LOOK AT THE VALUE OF At the White House Mrs Mollle Allen of South Fork Ky says she has prevented attacks of cholera morbusf by taking Chamber Iains Stomach and Liver Tablets when she felt an attack coming oti Such at tacks are usually caused by Indigestion and these Tablets are just what Is needed to cleanse the stomach and ward off the approaching attack At tacks of bilious colic may be prevent ed In the same way for sale by J V Lelthold The following scores were mads by the Woodland Gun Club last Sunday Possible bk R T M M J Eiistls J T Geo P W J A H E W B H F McCellan BEAL ESTATE Mr John Snavely and Mrs Jesse Baker returned from Sacramento this morning accompanied by Miss Hattle Graham and Miss Rlley who arrived from Sharpsburg Maryland on the overland train Monday evening Miss Rlley is a niece of Mrs Baker and will visit with her for some time Miss Graham Is engaged to Mr Snave ly and the wedding Is scheduled for Wednesday evening C G White and wife to Em ma O W of lots 6 And 7 Cards add to 1000 U C Wllcox ct al to Yolo Co Consolidated Water strip of land 100 feet wide through Brst partys land in sec 29 township 8 north range 1 west 10 00 Will THE CAPAY STAGE make dally trips Sundays ex cepted between Woodland and Capay on and after May 15th arriving at Woodland at 10 a in and leaving at 3 p m L A EDDY Prop AH persons indebted to the Byrns hotel are hereby notified to pay none other than Byron Hillliouse the re ceiver jySOtf BAND MUSIC FURNISHED The Woodland Band has reorgan ized Music furnished for all occa sions Enquire of M Kverbardt tf my7tf We Woodlandltes hear on every hand that C A Halls Is the place to trade and what everyone says must true je2Gtf Fact A Hall will treat you square He has been In the business a long time and knows bow Je26tt Call and see Kdw H Beane grain buyer JyHtf Vacation July 25 Grant dentist Je25tf The proper time to do business Why all thi time of course Where F W Brendels Cash Grocery Returns will be received at J R cCroiians cigar store Friday even Ing of the JeffrlesCorhett flghl au4 THE OLD RELIABLE WHAT YOU CAK GET IT THE JACKSONSHOE STORE Kens Heavy Wort Shoes or LadiesGood Welted Sole Sims sizes 2 to 4 for BOC Ladles Light Sole Shoes or i5c Misses Good Dress Shoes Vest tag Tops for Misses Good Ctlf Shoes or Childs Good Shoes slits to 11 for Childs Good Cilf Shoes sto 8Vz to 11 for Call on the Ideal grocery to get a square deal Phone 851 jySStf Mens shoes from Shoe Store up at Jackson au7tf Walkover shoes at Store Jackson Shoe au7tt j Flavoring extracts and spices an apt to be coarse or weak Schillings Best are as fine and strong aa nature affords At your jnonel3clr THE VOGUE DOC 7BC 60c 15e POWDER THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE And a lot of odd aad abort lines In ood to on salf at half rtgulkr price We know good boa Md that Jirt vhmt we fTlnc you We have the best line on earth THE GREATEST SHE OF UL NOW GOING ON Illl J MeCUTCHXOVProp Phone 741 Lawns Dimities Batistes Grenadines and Embroidered Swisses at 12 PRICE A Ot 10 Yds Beautiful Lnwn for 3 do7 Handkerchiefsfor Pretty White Shirt Waists for 8 pr Lads fast blackHose A fine linen Wash Skirt for 1 doz pr Genis Socks for 4 yds Table Damaskfor An elegant pr Lace Curtains 8 Lads Summer Vesta for Nice White Parasolfor 20 yds Embroidery for Wash Under Skirts 2 for White Cumbfic Underskirts 4 pr Lnds Knit Drawers 20yds BimnaliClialliefor See Windows worth 00 50 75 25 75 50 25 50 00 OO 50 25 25 lace trimmed new patterns The White House Tor Good Values Wrapper Sale Mr Wirth is certainly a funny felllow He told me to write Lliis weeks ad as he is very busy mak ing preparation for fall goods Novv I am just one of the clerks and dont know anything about writ ing ads But it does seem to me from the amount of Wrappers we are selling that every lady in Woodland is taking advantage of our markdown sale My mother and all the ladies I know say they are so cheap and the designs so pretty I am sure if you will call we can please you And our Waists Have you seen them since we marked them down CLERK No 1 Peoples Trade Palace Wake Up Wake Up now and see that your property is properly insured or some day you will wake up when it ie too late With your property covered bj insurance through our agency you can sleep soundly knowing that if fire comes your IOM will be paid promptly Ve place insurance ia the best companies BALFOBR S GARRETTE SMB BJTEIS tin nsmaa Lumber Lath Lime Cement Etc WEST VALLEY LUMBER CO Offer for the Neit Thirty Dtp to Col All at Jobbers A call will convince you that we mean buiaeM YAKD8 AT RAILROAD DEPOT G W LYSfNHV   

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