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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - January 6, 1905, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1869 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA FRIDAY EVENING JANUARY G 1905 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 THE SUPERVISORS Claims for the Month Audited and Allowed Closer Scrutiny of Claims Promised Trial Jurors Designated from Each District The following business was trans merly G M Cobb F Durst Thomas F Kachles Richard Powers Joseph Will man DISTRICT NO 4 Woodland and Carl Altpeter T H Ryder Charles H Bel ches William A Boots Thomas G Chalmers E J Clanton T J Cum mins Emll Dinzler F B Ferguson D B Guile Samuel Halnes C M Hiddleson J B Johnston H S Jos lyn J J Kinkade A Kramer W R Laugenour T R Lowe W N Mas ters J O Maxwell J A Murray Geo Rath B R Snavely J L Spong G C Troop R Alge C T Bldwell Hugh Cave Leroy Coll Joseph Craig W H Curson W C Curtlss P 0 Dickin son J P Diggs R T Dlnsdale Harri son Ervln R Fitz H H Gable T B Gibson R G Hatch Andrew Jackson R G Lawson G N Merritt F Miller T Muogge C Q Nelson A D Por ter J Relth Jr T S Spauldlng J J PURELY PERSONAL Comings and Goings of Well Known People acted by the supervisors Thursday Stephens B H Stephens J G Win ternoon after the Democrat went to press Mr Clark representing property holders of Lisbon disrict No 307 ask ed the permission of the board to pro ceed with certain improvements and an order was made to that effect An order was made directing the auditor to apportion all moneys re ceived during the last half of the fiscal year as follows to the salary fund and the balance to the general fund Supervisor Hoppln declared that hereafter he Intends to make a closer scrutiny all claims presented to him and he hoped the members would take no exception to It Supervisor Ormsby suggested that hereafter the first Monday every mouth be set apart as finance day for the examination of claims and that no further business be transacted The suggestion seemed to meet with favor but ao action was taken The following claims on the general fund were audited and allowed H L Huston 390 Mail Pub Co printing etc 104 40 J G Crutcher special dep 159 95 Woodland Gas Co gas 28 25 Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland J V Lelthold mdse City of Woodland water 7 45 20 00 T J Alexander salary 76 00 Winters Express papers Democrat books etc Rosenberg Co mdse J T Goodin stamps J A Murray mdse R B Cranston mdse H E Williams reporting M Chisholm expenses W H Lawson mdse W R Stockton rebate tax John Winkleman services H W Putzker services D 0 Bean Son mdse W W Russell expenses GO 00 105 80 9 40 2 75 29 40 1 10 26 00 7 70 1 60 1 00 6 40 36 00 1 50 10 16 S P Co advertising 32 00 W W Russell expenses 95 F W Buckingham services 97 60 Percy Campbell services 20 80 II L Maddison grand Juror 6 50 George Welder mdse 200 L N Tabler freight 6 00 Recorder P Co Gal decisions 12 00 R E Boyle mdse 3100 Rosenberg Bros mdse 39 10 ter D M Wooster T L Baird R I Blowers Alfred Bourn T S Brothers R W Browning F N Bullard H L Button Isaac Clover H E Coll J W Crank J Crook W S Daniel S C Deaner J C Dickinson John Dins dale B A Dopking Chris Eakle F J Biciy Daniel Farnham T Fishhack Isaac Fisher H H Fisher H L Fish er Lewis Frazee M H Gist David Hamilton C B Harlan H B Heard G H Hecke G W Hollingsworth E C Howard H C Howard A V Hucke John M Kincheloe Sylvester Lawson C E Leinan O A Lowe G C Martin J W Martin J F Mast F W Morfoot Z T Miimma R H Beamer W C Schuder D C Stocl dard E S Torbert F J Willoughby DISTRICT NO 5 L Archer Robert Bau er L M Duncan R L Eddy J W Gllliam Leander Hippeli A H Holmes Richard Howard Frederick Lederer F R Loranger B Loranger J E Rudolph Henry Saling G J Snyder R G Tadlock Blbert Tad lock Thomas Tutt August Voetsch F Cross J F Hamil ton C F Needham G M Needham C W Ruggles S Barker J A Clark A A Collins J H Cranston W T Fos ter C C Lederer James Rogers F O Swfnney W S Wallace J C Win ter A S Abele Bemmerly S N Blosser T D Carsley J T Cooper J RFisher JW Gallup W C Hadley W S Hayden C T Laugenour Wal ter Millsap Joseph Miller D A Mc Grift S N Nutting W H Plantz W B Proctor D B Woods The county officials were called be fore the board and renuested to prac tice all the economy possible during the remainder of the fiscal year in the purchase of supplies It was estimated that the general fund will not admit of the expenditure of more than 37B per month The treasurer submitted a report showing the following balances on hand on the 1st of January State Fund General Fund 3207 17 Hospital Fund i 6561 82 Salary Fund 20906 88 School Fund 17909 08 Sam Schwab bounty 80 00 G H Hoppln expenses 33 50 Mrs C Sieber meals 7080 Wm Adams rent 600 T R Porter Son mdse 36 35 Chris Sieber Co mdse 7 10 W M Browning stamps 1 50 Beck Duplicator Co mdse 3 90 Town Talk Printing Co mdse 3 00 A IB Neilson juror 660 M Chisholm expense 2 76 S P Co advertising 32 00 IS E Gaddis exp and stamps 2 00 BancroftWhitney Cobooks 25 00 E Jacobs salary 75 00 Tax rebate 344 47 B G Peart was an arrival on the noon train T Clifford went to San Francisco this morning H Hogaboom went to Sacramento this morning Miss Anna Murphy returned to Yolo this morning J R Bloom camo up from Dixon this morning Luther Poffenberger reutrned to Craumore today Horace H Harding was an arrival Thursday evening Mrs Beckelew wcntn to San Fran cisco tills morinng Supervisor Palm returned to Wash ington this morning Miss Emma Nardiui went to San Francisco this morning J F Garrette returned from Vir ginia Thursday evening C F Thomas returned from San Francisco this morning Dr White was over from Sacra mento Thursday evening E T Lampton returned from San Francisco Thursday evening Raiph Schluer returned from Sac ramento Thursday evening Dave Dorgau was an arrival from Blucks Thursday afternoon J J Ward was a southhound pas senger Thursday afternoon Miss Myrtle Gable returned from San Francisco Thursday evening Mrs W M Browning returned from San Francisco Thursday evening Miss Nell Hollingsworth went to Sacramento Thursday afternoon Supervisors Hoppin and Tabler went to Sacramento this morning Mrs Frank Huston was an arrival from the north Thursday afternoon John Craig left Thursday afternoon on a business trip to Highland springs Miss Elizabeth Arnold returned from San Francisco Thursday even ing for one Among the arrivals Thursday even ing were Mrs H Dfnzler Misses Fnn nle and Lulu Dtnzlor Grant Pheo J J Ward atid Mrs C Leinan Miss Pearl Thnmm and brother Friday who have been the guests of 13 J Oldham and wife returned to Sacramento Thursday afternoon John Gelsner who for the past month has been the guent of Mr and Mis C Barr returned to the Brown Bear mine In Trinity county toilny Aytchte Read accompanied his father A G Read to San Francisco this morning whore the latter will enter Lanes hospital preparatory to operation for bladder trouble iliss Phella and D Archer returned to the University of the Pacific at Sau Jose Thursday accompanied by Miss Ethel Beard of Stanford Prof Span gle of San Jose and Norman Heiusei of Sacramento who have been the guests of the Archer family during tho holiday season BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs Miss Mattie Garrotte returned Thursday evening from Virginia where she has been attending Hollius Institute Sho stopped en route sever al days at Dalles Texas where she visited Mrs Robert Gcen and her sis ters Pearl and Ruby who arc attend ing St Marys Episcopal Academy LINEN BEE Miss Rowena Merritt entertained f number of friends and neighbors a an informal linen bee Thursday af ternoon The gathering is in keep ing because of her recent eugagcmen announcement which took place 01 New Years eve at an Informal dinne at the Merritt residence She is en gaged to be married to Mr D W Stadtmuller of Sau Francisco The were students 01 Stanford togethei Mr Stadtmuller having graduate with the class of 1900 and Miss Menit In 1901 PIONEEEWOMAN DEAD V A Peterson services M DeVilblss services 25 10 10 00 Isabella Nolan costs 11 60 J R Shelton mdse 2576 4 60 Swamp Lands 171872 Teachers Ins Library 8 80 Exposition 1055 59 Road Funds 12405 43 Deceased Estates Funds G15 45 Law Library Fund 31 20 City of Winters Bond 3 87 Davis Bond 1215 Minor Heirs 34 31 Washington Board 925 91 Total 89938 33 The Indigent list was allowed as fol lows Mrs Sophia Armina Blodgett ne Curtis who died in Oakland las Thursday was born In Ohio in 183 where she was married to Soloino Blodgett They came to California i 1864 and settled in Yolo county M Blodgett died at Oak ParkSacraineut county in 1897 She was a mcmbe of the United Brethren church from girlhood Three brothers and a sister survive her all living in this state She leaves five sons and a Union tema of More or Less Importance Picked XTp Here and There on the Winy In DANE DIES AT THE HOSPITAL Mrs Brattin 5 00 F Hadsall stamps etc J R Shelton mdse 8 35 M P Ormsby expense 33 35 H H free ferry 12 72 1 McCrodan mdse 3 00 The supervisors designated the fol lowing for trial jurors DISTRICT NO 1 J Burns Robert Buckingham Jacob Bauman B L Kripp George Patterson H L Tod hunterO G Van Tassol John Wade A Widten Hugo Frommelt H Cas selman O A Lovdal Calvin Perkins F L Todhunter C A Newton W G Tapley G S Wltham South Anderson J M Childers Jacob Gnysi L J S Mont gomery D Raahe Henry Weber W H Baker M B Gordon Samuel Mat loS J P Montgomery John Taylor Frank Weber DISTRICT NO 2 W Anderson R S Brown B Cecil Chas Dodge G F B G Hoag J C Luft J H Oeste A J Plant Eli Snider John B Anderson Jamos Campbell M Clancy B C French J A Harby J E LaRne Andrew Martin G W Pierce W G Read G K Swingle H Anderson Wm Brinck W R Chapman W E Baker August Brinck G D Cooper G F Dalton T V Fisher T R Guthrie T H Fcnley DISTRICT NO 3 Knights Beck W P Bvownell F N Clarke John Dyer J A Grlce W H Lipplncott A F Mcnandor Silvia Valentine H H Snowball P V Webb William Zim merman J G Bower D N Brown John Collier A Frlotos G P Hatcher John T Long G C Peart George Simmons J Z Taylor E S Young F Anderson B Glavln I N Hershoy J P March James Slavln W Barnes M E Clowe C H Hennle Andrew Morgan Jamoa T Long V A Peterson H J Walker N Decker W J Bem Mrs E Brauns children 12 60 Mrs Crump 7 00 Chas Chinn Fred Benanda 5 00 5 00 C R Hartman 10 00 W A Hemphlll 10 00 Wm Henle 500 Chas Hiller family 1200 Mrs Keith 10 00 Mrs Bnos 5 00 A M Lial for Mary Joseph 6 00 A M for Maria Carrea 5 00 A M Llal for M Concaiclo 5 00 R Miller 10 00 Mrs Navarro 9 00 Mrs Julia Morrison 1000 Mrs Mull 6 00 L Hippeli of Madison and George Fiske of Esparto went to Sacramento thismorning Mr and Mrs E G Griffin and daughter Blossom went to Sacra mento this morning Supervisor Ormsby went to Davis ville this morning and returned to Winters this afternoon Mrs Edgar McFadyen and children arrived from Auburn Thursday even ing and are the guests of Mrs E E Leakc Mrs Jennie Overtoil of Oakland Is visiting with Mr and Mrs W F Smith In Broderick Yolo Union Mrs Fannie Reynolds of Knights Landing Is visiting Mr and Mrs W F Smith of Broderick Yoo county H Hallenbergr died at the county hospital this morning The deceased was admitted from Knights Landing on Sepember 10th of last year The cause of his death was consumption Ha was a native of Denmark 70 years of age Nothing is known of his relativesthongh it Is not believed that he has any in Oils country The fu neral was held tills afternoon from Krellenbergs undertaking parlors John Black has resumed work rank Dietzs harness shop A silver dollar with every pair of ace curtains sold for cosh at The Vogne tomorrow Seewindows Prof George Watson ot Sacramento will instructhis dancing class at tho Julian hotel Saturday evening Court Star of Woodland No 10 F of A which met Thursday evening postponed the Installation of officers o January 19th An address trom the Kingsbury hat manufacturers will he found in an other column and has a word on tho subject of cut prices Hogaboom brought over from Sacramento today a fine nacor belong ing to Mr McDougall The animal will he trained at the Woodland track by Mr Hogaboom The first section of tho Womans Improvement Club of which Mrs J J Brown Is chairman will give a Valentine entertainment on Tuesday evening February 14th Several days ago a rumor was cir culated the effect that new armory Imll would not be leased again for any purpose Captain Leo Is authority for the statement that there Is absolutely no foundation for the rumor An alarm of fire was sounded shortly before 8 oclock Thursday ev ening for what proved to be the burn ing out of a flue at tho residence of E C Webber Tho blaze was extin guished with practically no loss Mi and Mrs Chester Hatch return ed to Ncwvllle Glenn county today after a visit of two weeks with R G Hatch and family In this city They accompanied homo by Miss An nabol Troop who will visit with them for some time Al Flour is all that the title im plies It is made of the best wheat by a process which preserves its nutri ment Bread made of It satisfies nnd nourishes and is fino and white Al is really a blessing to the community Sco the new ad In his ad In this Issue R B Cran ston calls attention to the new Syra cuse FourGang plow which Is some thing late and uptodate There are many good points about the plow which should make It popular Some of are mentioned In the new ad drawing for Clem Lowes loco mobile was held at J A Murrays store this afternoon Al Hawkins G V Martin and R O Lawson officiated BS judges Number 143 held by Fred C Kelly of Portland Oregon was the winning number Henry Lohman who has been a sufferer for several years on account of a cystic tumor on his right foot had that member amputated about 7 inches below tho knee Thursday ev ening Tho operation was performed by Dr White of Sacramento assist ed by Dr Wolges of this city Mrs E E Gaddis and Mrs W S Wall entertained tho Thursday Night Club at tho Gaddis residence Thursday evening Tho feature of the evening was the game of BOO in which Mrs W R Laugenour carried oft the high est honors for tho ladlos with a score of 1380 and G N Merritt did likewise for the gentlemen with a score ol 1630 Delicious refreshments were served The residence was artistically decorated with rosebuds holly green ery etc 0 MEET MB AND MBS WILSON Mr and Mrs C W Thomas Invited n few friends to meet Mrs John Wil son nnd daughter Miss SerolclaTburs day evening at tbelr residence on Railroad avenue Mrs Wilson and daughter are relatives of the Thomas cs nnd have been guests of the family this week Mrs Wilson was for man years superintendent of schools o Colusa Those who met the guest of honor Thursday evening wen charmed with their personality On ct tlie features of the evenings en tartainmant was an Impromptu music al program to which Miss Wilson con tributed several Interesting numbers both instrumental and vocal A num her of entertaining parlor games wer Introduced Delicious refreshment were served Harriet Howard of 200 W 3Jth St New York at one time had her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had salt rheum or eczema for years but nothing could cure Ituntil 1 used Bucldens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at W H Lawsons drug store For a good shave haircut or sham poo go to Dinzlers barber shop tl GREATLY IN DEMAND Nothing Is In moro demand than medicine which meets modern requir ments for a blood and system cleanse such as Dr Kings New Life Pill They avo just what yon need to cur stomach and liver troubles Try then At W H Lawson8 drug store 25 guaranteed COURTHOUSE NEWS The caae of John Llllard vs Charles odge continued from Wednesday aniiary 4th was resumed before udge Gaddis this morning The attorneys for the defendant Im mediately after the opening of the morning session renewed their motion or nonsuit Judge Gaddls said he on Id take It under consideration Bud rdered the case to procaed D K Patterson was the Bret witness called or the defense He was followed by he defendant Charles Dodge whose cstlmouy occupied all of the morn ng session and part of the afternoon esslon J R Bloom of Dixon was the next vltness called and he was on the itand when this report closed n the ease of the Billiard Co vs 9 P Co It has been ordered that the defendant have to and including Peb uary 1st In which to answer amend ed complaint OBJECT TO PROPOSED DAM A Lakeport dispatch of January 4th says A mass meeting of the citizens of Lake county was held yesterday al ternoou to discuss ways and means of controlling the waters of Clear Lake and to prevent the Yolo County Water company from putting a dam at the outlet that would It Is said overflow and drown out the farmers around the lake There were several hundred persons present A sum of or 800 waa subscrib ed In a few minutes to pay the ex pense of taking steps to oppose any dam being put in as per the proposed plan of the water company An ex ecutive committee was appointed to take charge of the matter CAST OR I A Bears the signature of ChasHFletchei In use fur more than thirty years and The kind you have always bought SETTLE UP All persons knowing themselves In debted to the undersigned are request ed to cull at R E Boyles store and settle at once jaTtl T R PORTER SON CLEARANCE SALE Commencing January 3d big reduc tions In millinery Everything must go no matter what the price Come early and get first choice cmtf A good Leltholdg MRS M M LAMBERT fountain Fen tor 100 at auSOtf Terrible plagues tlose Itching pes tering diseases of the akin Put an end to misery Doans Ointment cures At any drug store FOR RENT An upright piano Enquire at Lelth olds drug store d22tf A GRIM TRAGEDY Is dally In thousands of homes as Death claims In each one another victim of consumption or pneumonia But when coughs and colds are properly treated the trag edy Is averted F G Huntley of Oak land on Ind writes My wife hail the consumption and three doc tors gave her up Finally she took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which cured her and today sho is well and strong It kills tha germs of all dis eases One dose relieves Guaranteed at 60c and 100 by W H Lawson druggist Go to Leltholdg pharmacy for East mans photo supplies auJOti Canada white rye at the Manhattan James Oldham Mrs OBrien 8 00 6 00 Mary Silverina 500 James Strader 00 Sister Barbara for Viola Wright 10 00 Strader children 12 5u Thermiso Sllva 600 Mrs Tew BOO John Williams 700 A J Wall C CO A Willey 8 00 Mrs Word 6 00 SfrsSWolfBkillcrCIara Byuum 10 Or The board then adjourned for the term Ouriaste Com fed CHILDREN POISONED Many children are poisoned and made nervous and wealt If not killed outright liy mothers giving them congh syrups containing opiates Fo leys Honey and Tar Is a safe and cer tain remedy for coutlir croup and lung trouhles and Is Hie only promi nent cough medicine that contains no opiates or other poisons For sale hy J V Leitholu druggist UMBRELLAS AT HALF PRICE From this date Fred Kwert will soil hts umbrellas nt half price In order to close them out Jail H B Thats Ai ilie Man hattan 172f JVL Leader fountain pen guarj anteed Leltholda pharmacy anSOU The sweetest and finest fl avo re breakfast bacon obtain1 able Thin crisp a most appetizing relish Your grocer sells Our Vege tables Fruits Hams Bacon Oysters Hfl Udrt A Co Wkofeufe Croon BIG SILVER DOLLARS TO BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY JANUARY 7TH With each pair of lace curtains sold on that day We are overstocked and want the money that is tied up in tlie surplus curtains THE TRADE PALACE pJNIQUE NINE CENT SALE j On Saturday at nine oclock we will open upon our unique Sale of Black Mer cerized Petticoats and Waists at 9c Who wants to buy a silk petticoat and irast for nino cants We have them ranging In price from to The petticoats are the well known Klite brand with tho fitted yoke bolt adjustablo to any aizo The fourth petti coat or waist will be aold for nine cents Club with three of your friends and your petticoat or waist will cost you 9c Yours For Bargains YOU KNOW FEED 250 PAIRS Nottingham and Grand Duchess Curtains ex tra value at from to in this sale These are new goods and exceedingly handsome Also 50 SINGLE PAIRS Of curtains ranging in price from up All must go It is our loss and your gain but they go just the same Be on hand early Great Reduction Sale WHEN WE CUT WE CUT DEEP Our Anntial Clearance Sale of Fall and Winter Goods is now going on 20 per cent discount on the entire stock excepting over alls gloves tobacco and rubber goods Bargain hunters a grand feast now awaits you for the New Year Dont forget the entire stock of mens and boys clothing furn ishing goods hats shoes trunks dress suit cases etc are at your mercy WE FULFIL l EVERV PROMISE Rosenberg Co Successors to H MICHAEL N B Country orders will have our prompt attention FHOME Ml   

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