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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 24, 1905, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 18S9 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA EVENING FEBRUARY 24 1005 LOCAL ARBOR DAY Program in Which the Schools Figure Largely Free Distribution of Palm Seedi Arranged by the Wouins Im provement Club Arbor day exercises will be held at the Walnut street schoolhouse on Sat urday between tho hours of 2 and 3 in the afternoon Practically all the business houses will be closed during that time The program will be as follows Selection Woodland Band Introductory remarksB B Leake Song Kindergarten Class Address Mayor Beamer SongOak Street School Selection Woodland Band AddressC W Thomas Song Main Street School SelectionWoodland Band SongWalnut Street School Planting of trees In Walnut and Main Street school yards In the ceremony of treeplanting the societies clubs and schools will be represented as follows Improvement Club Mrs W P Craig City of Woodland Mayor Beamer Chamber Commerce C W Thomas Native Daughters Mrs J T Goodlu Native Sous appointed committee HIGH SCHOOL eSnlor Class Walter Johns Kelts Kecne Junior Class Eleanor Dingle True Be Lap Sophomore Class Ed Hedeman Florence Hill Freshman Class Alfred Murray BHorence Murray GRAMMAR SCHOOL Ninth Orde John Simpson Cleo Ish Eighth Grade Lee Miller Seventh Grade Lucille Lowe Roy Griggs Lnw Seventh Grade Stella Guile Harry Myers High Sixth Grade Virginia Clowe Howard Parker Low Sixth Grade Mabel Steinberg Fifth Grade Helen Rosenberg Fourth and Fifth Grades Maggie Craig High Third Grade Carrie Hadsall Snavely Low Third Grade Thomasara Arens John Relth High Second Grade Echo Simpson George Apnerson Low Second Grade Ava Ish Daryl Black High First Grade Florence Merritt Willie Laugenour Low First Grade Ruby Groh Arthur Goyet Kindergarten Little Ones That is a beautiful idea which com memorates an occasion or perpetuates tlie memory of a friend by the plant Ing of a tree The Stanford Arboret tm and more particularly the grounds immediately enclosing the residence are distinguished in this way The jfees used at the latter place are of Vhe Sequoia Glgantea variety and will immortalize their planters In the natural course ot events long after the university itselt shall have passed away Three presidents of the United States have thus contributed to their Immortality Grant Harrison and Roosevelt the wives also of the first two and many ot General Grants cab inet John C Hay too is among the number of whom Dr Wheeler recent ly saidthat he Is the greatest living di plomat If not the greatest that ever lived There are many others of state and national reputation whose names are borne upon these trees No surer method of the preservation of our country In Its climate and pro ductiveness could be followed than In the education of our people toward reverence for the growth and care of trees There are many people who look upon this as a pretty sentiment hut scarcely anything more They will ruthlessly lay the axe to the root of one of these centenarians with no more compunctions conscience than they would weed a garden bed But there are fewer of this kind than once were Tho awful destruction our virgin forests sacrificed to greed and the love of gain has begotten a wholesale reaction but none too soon If our land Is not to become at ro dis tant day like that of the wind swept desert haunt of Syria and the heart of old Asia once the garden spot of the earth What a contrast with our own reck lessness In this regard Is the temper of European peoples and the decisive SPECIAL RATES TO THEJ BAST On February 2Bth 26th or 27th the Southern Pacific Company will sell round trip tickets to Washington and by way ot Portland for I 2 by way ot Ogden or New Orleans for J8800 Return trip to be completed within sixty days from date of sale For full particulars ap ply to any agent Southern Pacific or I A Morris agent Woodland f26l For a good shave haircut or sham poo go to Dlnzlera barber shop tl action of their governments Sue training has brought forth good trull among their inhabitants and made li possible for an ever decreasing pro portlonate area to yield a suftlciencj for the Increasing population In France a man will not sacrifice a tree because it happens to be uiisym metrically located upon the space where he wishes lo place his house whether his house is plumb with the compass or must be set diagonally upon his lot Is comparatively lusig nlflcant when considered in relation to the value of tlie tree What be thought of such an act in any o our communities however advanced Is snfflcent evidence of liow far behliu the French we are In true nature ap preciation How rigidly and successfully tree culture is practiced and encouraged In Germany we all know Where would be now their splendid forests if the hand of the vandal had not been stayed The Woodland Improvement Club wants to contribute its mite toward the healthy nnd permanent growth oi such sentiment In our nation They wish to begin by enlisting the inter ests of every resident of our town In our Arbor day February 25th and urging them to express their approv al by planting some living thing about their own premises or those an other A thousand packets of palm seeds will be distributed free at the hour of their exercises 2 p m Saturday in Walnut street school grounds You are asked to accept these seeds planl them and grow them for the ornamen tation of your own homes if yon so desire or if yon cannot use them for that purpose grow at least one which you will lie willing to contrib ute to the clubs use nt sonic future time It is a tree which will reward your slightest care and attention anil is indigenous to California alone so far as now known Residents of other towns of our county are cordially invited to par ticipate with us here or celebrate the day at home by the planting of a tree THE SONG RECITAL Ticketsellers for the song recital to be given Tuesday evening February 28th by Madame Rosa dErina for the aid of the Catholic church build ing fund report good success She will be assisted by her husband G R Voutom by the Woodland Uederkranz and by the Choral Club of Holy Ros ary Academy Madame dErina recently gave a re cital in San Francisco and the Call said of it The Alhambra theater was packed last night with lovers of Irish music Madajne Rosa dErina proved from the flrst her right to the title of Rose of Briii Under her magic influence and the spell of her voice one could almost hear the sound of rushing wa ters in the Vale of Avoca or tlie last plaintive strains of the minstrels of old Now and then tho Rose and G R Vontoin roused the spirits of the audience with a fighting song of the Gael like the Rising of the Moon or ODonnell Aboo Tlie entertainment was given under the auspices ot the Catholic Truth Society Madame dErina gave the history of each song before It was sung CHURCH FRIENDS BID ADIETJ Mr and Mrs B M Miller are soon io take their departure from Wood land for new fields not yet determin ed upon With that purpose in view MrMiller has bteii closing up his busi ness affairs Mrs Miller has been luite active In literary club life and ooth have been active in church and social circles The members of the M B church south congregation de cided to give Mr and Mrs Miller a surprise and reception ns evidence of he esteem In which they are held and he regret their departure will cause The time was fixed for Thursday even ng About 40 were in the party and hey had taken possession of the Miller home before the occupants surmised what was in store for Diem After an exchange of social amenities all around games and other amusements whilert the pleasant hours away and at he close refreshments were served t was a late hour when the company Hspersed after wishing Mr and Mrs Miller future success and happiness A SANTA ROSA WEDDING A very prettywedding look place at he home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J w Curry 742 Heaver street Santa Rosa February 22 1905 at 12 oclock Rev Cotviu officiating The contracting parties were Miss Elzada Curry and Dr R n Wells of an Francisco The bride is a very es Imable and popular young lady of anta Rosa The doctor is well and kvorably known in Mendoclno anil Sonoma counties where he has bden engaged in the practice of dentistry Dr George F Wells father of the jroom and family were at one time ocated at Gulnda Yolo county anil 3r R B Wells was a student at the grammar schools in the county grad uating in 1SD8 with honors GRAVE TROUBLE IORKSEEN H needshut little foresight to tell hat when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble Is ahead mless you take the proper medicine or your dlsesne as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Y dW She says I had neuralgiaof the liven and stom ach my heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for a one time hut In Electric Bitters 5 found Just what f needed for they quickly relieved nnd cured me Dnsl medicine for vomrn Sold un der guarantee by W II Lawson drug tlflt at GOe a bottlo DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 PURELY PERSONAL Comings and Goings of Wei Known People Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland H Blair Is in this city today Hugh Cave went to Sacramento this Horning Ed Dandy went to Sacramento this morning Mrs Leman went to Sacramento this morning Miss Rcardon went to Napa tills morning Miss Ixithold went to Zamora this afternoon Sam Barker of Dunnigan returned home today W H Grant returned from Colusa this morniug Paul Schwert returned from Mans ville this morning Le Pierce returned from San Fran cisco this morning W E Ixwe came up from San Fran cisco this morning Miss Monica St Louis went to Nor man this afternoon Mrs J R Black went to Sacra mento this morning E R Bush was a southbound pas senger this morning Mrs W R Laugenour went to Sac rameuto this morning F W BJancliard made a trip to Sac ramento this morning C W Thomas returned from Nevada City Thursday evening Fred Miller was an arrival from the ionth Thursday evening Dr R p Beamer came up from San Francisco Thursday evening Mrs Troy Banreturned from Sac ramento Thursday evening I M Wilson returned from San Francisco Thursday evening Dr Thomas Strong arrived from San Francisco Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Robert Clooney of Es parto are in Woodland today Mrs W F Malcolm went to San Francisco Thursday afternoon Prof George A Pierce returned from Sacramento Thursday evening W P Craig and W W Perclval went to Sacrameuto this morning Miss Myrtle Gable returned from 3au Francisco Thursday evening Miss A Browning was an arrival rom the south Thursday evening Rev Thomas of Knights Landing is he guest of Rev L P Shearer today Mr and Mrs W W Percival were irrivals from the south Thursday ev ening H B Smith W L Wood and R southbound passengers this uorning James II Martin and little daugh AGONIZING BURNS ire instantly relieved and perfectly icaled by Buclclens Arnica Salve C llvenbank Jr of Norfolk Va writes I burnt my knee dreadfully that it ilistered all over Bueklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it vilhout a scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at W H Lawsons druggist Grohs clearance sale is now on You get a pair of stockings with every rair of shoes at Grabs Good mens vorking shoes l a pair and up at mf Try Al Flour the best on earth For sale by all grocers Product of the Woodland Grain and Milling Co nlOtf II li Tiisi 3 the Man uscous Chcsapeakes The very expressly for our trade ter returned from San Francisco Thursday evening Mrs George Fish and Miss Agues Hachmann came over from Knights Landing Thursday afternoon Frank P Williams he cnruontor has returned from Woodland lo Ne vada City with the intention of re City MinorTran script SENTENCED J H Roberts the convict who was convicted of murder by complicity with other Folsom prison convicts iii the killing of Guard Cotter ut the pris on In the outbreak of July 1003 nnl who was recaptured near Davisville before Judge Hart for sentence Thursday the Jury having found him guilty of murder in the second degree Roberts made an address to the court that was surprisingly well worded Ho asked the judge to be lenient that lip might at least retire from tlio prison to die as an old man Ho thanked tho court for its manner in presiding over his case and ho thanked the district attorney for his fairness To his coun sel E S Wachhorst ho expressed deep thanks for lie defense he had made for him Mr Wachhorst asked the court to be lenient to the defend ant Without any scoring of the prisoner Judge Hart sentenced him to be con fined in the state prison at Folsom for 45 scars tlie term to begin upon the expiration of the term Roberts is now LOME SISTERS RECEIVED Members of Queen of the River Cir cle No 209 C of F of A of Knights Landing and Marguerite Circle No of this city are being delightfully entertained this afternoon at the resi dence of Mrs A A Powers on First street Mrs Powers is he hostess and she is assisted by Miss Nora Hayes Mrs M Everhardt and Mrs Richard Alge The parlors are tastefully ornament ed with lilies and red crimp paper Progressive hearts is the game of the afternoon and prizes will be awarded The guests arrived at 2 oclock and will depart at C oclock Before their departure they will be served with de licious light refreshments ABRESTEB XConstablo Russell of Washington county Thursday arrested n man who claims to represent tho New York World and who left Orland Glenn county driving a team which ho later abandoned Stephenson as ho calls himself says that lie left the World office without money and agreed to return in seven months with He has been operating in Sacramento asking business men to donate small sums to help htm along He claims to be a trick bicycle AFRAID OF STRONG MEDICINES Many people suffer for years from rheumatic pains and prefer to do BO rather than take the strong medicines usually given for rheumatism not knowing that quick relief from palu may be had simply by applying Clisim lerlains Pain Balm and without tak ng any medicine internally For sale jy Corner Drug Store II P Elder Dispensing Chemist BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodlandj and Suburbs Ctems of More or Leas Picked Up Here and There on the Wing nd will appeal to you Dr H H Bell who is to deliver a lecture at tho Christian church this evening on Egypt and Palestine was an arrival this morning and is the guest of George Armstrong and family A chance tomorrow to fit out he boy at half price Fred Bullock will sell boys furnishings including under wear shirts and headgear at onehalf price tomorrow See his nil for par ticulars Diablo will bo shipped to Fresno on Tho roads and streets nre drying rapidly Tho Oregon express was half an hour iato today Tho legislature will probably ad journ on March llth The weather elork Is good lo us Wo are having another perfect day today Things always needed Is the sub ject of n new od In this Issue by R B Cranston It will pay you to read It Another thrilling and pathetic story in this issue by Dick Wallace You will find it under the caption of He Goes to the Peun The many friends ot Mr and Mrs George Whitney will bo pleased to Icavu that thny will be released from quarantine on Sunday The person took two magazines from the editors table this morning will confer a favor by returning the same as early as possible St Lukes Guild will give a social diineo and dialing dish supper at new armory ball on Friday evening Feb ruary 24th You are invited f24 The county clerk of Sacramento on Thursday issued a marriage license to Woodland Tho Shakespeare Club will meet with Miss Jennie Dick at 3 oclock In the afternoon The hour of meeting Is deferred on accouut of the Arbor day exercises Did yon ever see a yard of spotted Held spaniels Penile Welch has some beauties and they will bo oil exhibi tion this evening In W D Benders show windows If you have a little money to invest n something beside necessities a com fortable vehicle is a good thing for you to buy ana C Siebcr Cos new Strong who thinks the move a good one as there are so many stallions In Woodland In his advertising corner W H Alexander reminds Democrat read icrs of his contemplated removal and t also of other facts that should bo kept hi nilnd by tho man who would bo correctly appareled Creamed oysters oyster cocktails and hot coltoc will be among the spe dallies on tho menu of the chafing dish supper to be served by the ladles of St Lukes Guild at their dance lu armory hall Friday evening February 24th m This evening In now armory hall St Lukes Guild will give another party which will be a novelty in lia way There will bo good music for dancing and a chafing dish supper will bo served Tho ladles of the guild are i famous for their entertainments j reported that more or less Is heard In tho vicinity of Howell Point As geese do not frequent that part of the country at this time of the year and tho water Is too high for snipe ninny people are curious to know what the Howell Point hunt ers find to shoot John Reith Jr went to San Fran cisco this afternoon to attend a meet ing of representatives of various chambers ot commerce and commer cial organizations of the Sacramento valley The purpose Is to coufer with Commissioners Filcher and Wiggins and if possible induce them to so modify their plans for Installing the California exhibit In the Portland worlds fair as to permit the Sacramen to valley to make a distinctive exhibit SICK HEADACHE This distressing ailment results from a disordered condition of the stomach All that is needed to effect a cure Is a dose or two of Chnmberliiiiis Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact tho attack may be warded off or greatly lessened In severity by Hiking a dose of the tablets as soon ns the flrst symptom of an attack appears Sold by Corner Drug Stoic II P Kklcr Dispensing Chemist FOR RENT An upright piano Enquire at Icith olds drug store d22tf CHAMBERLAINS COUGH REMEDY TUB MOTHERS FAVORITE The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made it a favorite with people every where It Is especially prized by moth ers of small children for colds croup and whoopingcough as It always af fords quick relief and as it contains no opium or other harmful drug it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by Corner Diuj Store H P Elder Dispensing Chemist R B Cranston has for sale all kinds of fruit trees orange trees and shrub GLOVES FOR ALL HANDS Kid Gloves Among Hie many choice lines of goods in our store we especially commend our Gloves In these we take especial pride W CilTfl leCTIHANDOtf A FEW OF THEM t RBYNIBR BLACK SUEDES than which nonn are more stylish IRELAND MOCHA superior to all Centemeri Glace and Suedes none equal them Capital best glove on lie market h WE FULFIUL EVERY PROMISE ANY HONEST LOSS by fin is promptly paid without argument by any one of 0111 companies They arc ABSOLUTELY the best com panies on earthand live up tp all agree ments made without quibbling BiLFOUR GARREHB Grain Buyers and Insurance 2d2 ROADSIDE TREES A Suggestion as to Root Protection by the Chronicle On Washingtons birthday the Arbor clubs of Fresno Malaga Selma and Kingsburg set 2500 trees along the main thoroughfare of the county and In April will alternate them with an equal number ot We respect fully suggest that when they set the palms they enclose the roots in good slued wire baskets If there Is any thing on earth that tickles the palate of a gopher It is the crown root of a thrifty young palm tree Wo are not Informed what arrangements have been made tor tho care and protection of the young trees that happily started on what we trust may be long and useful lives but we do not doubt that they are adequate The poplars and balm of Qllead trees which have been planted lend themselves very well to tho adornment ot a perfectly straight avenue twentyone miles long and are remarkable rustlers They will get water if It is to bo had in the neigh boring territory Most varieties of palms are less vigorous growers It is pleasant to sea the spread of this treeplanting habit The road sides ot California have been sadly neglected Poison oak In the foothills and nothing in tho valleys are about the usual roadside garniture It haa not looked well In a state of such possibilities It Is a shame to have an uninviting landscape Still all forms of art cost art as well ns other The planting of the trees Is only the beginning They will re ciuire care for some years for nothing looks worse than improvements go ing to ruin Nothing pleases a cow better than to take a young tree in her horns and snap It off No tree Is too small for a horse to scratch against in fly time This movement being gen erally in the hands of organized bodies we presume that arrangements for caring for the trees are made We hope to see the movement spread into every community In the state Let us beautify beautiful cle THE BEST PHYSIC When you want a physic that Is m i HI and gentle easy to take and cer tain to act always use Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Corner Drug Store H P Elder Dispensing Chemist CASTOR IA Hears the signature ot ChaaHFletcher In uso over thirty years and The kind you have always bought WHO WANTS m A Shirt for 9c Our unique 9cent sale of Mens and Boys Dress SMrts ALL WEEK We have shirts at 50c 75c 00 and All clean stock leading makes with which you are familiar This week every fourth shirt will be sold for 9 cents SEE WINDOW THE VOTING CONTEST Lottie Ready Woodland 7794 Anna Hurst Woodland 6264 Agnes Breen Woodland 5 993 Alice Chadwiok Winters 1941 Alice Iillard Daviavillfs 617 Miss L Miner Davisville 332 will be counted daily until close ot coolest Clerks will not allowed to handle votes All votes to ba deposited by cashier Peoples Trade Palace Positively Last Week of 20 per cent Discount Sale ROSENBERG CO PHONE391 Suooesaors to M 1M   

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