Woodland Daily Democrat, March 2, 1905, Page 2

Woodland Daily Democrat

March 02, 1905

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 2, 1905, Woodland, California WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODE WD, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 1905. DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 PURELY PERSONAL! fb>tebiul motes' BRIEF CITY NEWS. Comings and Goings ot Wall Known People. Second Degree Conferred in Woodland Encampment Wednesday Night. Grand Senior Woodard Leo Kauffman of San Francisco paid his official visit to Court Grafton. No. 1**9. Foresters of America, on Wednesday evening. The Grafton lodge gave him a royal reception. There were a number of Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs. visitors present from abroad. Among I    *    More    or    L°ss Importance . , „    t    t    to    Those    those from Woodland who attended I Items or More or L. important..- ttocial Gossip of Interest to Those I tnore i ^ ^    ^    r    Harrison,    ll. Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland. Haehmatin and Peter Scott. The meeting was highly instructive j and after tho regular business session a magnificent spread was served in the Hershey House, under the direction of the proprietor. W. II. Barnes. The ladies of Queen of the River Cir- Picked Up Here and There on the Wing C Huston went to Sacramento this ole were guests at the supper aud also  __I    at    the    festivities    which    followed    the Walter Barker is on the sick list. afternoon. There was a good attendance and discussions of more than ordinary interest on various topics of public moment. Mrs. Charles Larrabee and Mrs. W. S. Black were elected to membership in the club. Perhaps the most beautiful object that the eye can rest upon, unless it is raised to the starry vault of the skies at night, is a tree, and tile Woman's Improvement Club is working along noble lines in its efforts to beautify the schoolgrounds. If most of the trees already planted should survive ami thrive, future generations will rise up and bless the pubTlc-splrited men and children wtv» planted them. A HURRIED VISIT. MP KENZIE SMOKER. German Specialist Takes Short Yolo County Orive. this rule is the district along the river. Just how he arrived at the oonclu-1 sion that fever is prevalent in the | river districts we do not know. The ! facts hardly warrant any such oon-! elusion. Ile says he has found some very t>oor soil and some of extraordinary fertility. It Is the great variety of soil in the valley that he . lasses aa I its greatest advantage. Crops that one I tract of land will not yield profitably I art> produced abundantly on an ad- ! I . I a    nonrlv    ovnrvthlni? LEGISLATIVE NOTES. The state senate on Wednesday passed strong resolutions memorializing congress to limit, or to diminish b> treaty or otherwise, the immigration of Japanese laborers to the United States. The assembly passed a similar resolution today. The resolution deciares in substance that Japanese immigration Is increasing; that it is a morning. The members of Camp Kenzie, No. ll. U. S. W. V., held a “camp fire” after the regular business session Wednes day evening. Members of the local G A. Ii. were present as guests anti all Mrs. W. ll. Carson Is reported to be had a delightful time. Of course the joining tract, so that nearly everything _______ that can lie produced on the habitable j serious menace to posperity; that Japs I globe will thrive somewhere in the j are undesirable on account of their Is Pleased With Sacramento Valley’s sacramento valley.    habits and mode of living; that they It is California methods to which cannot become citizens; that they Mr. Kaumanns finds most objection, show no inclination to become Ameri-There is a lack of intensive fanning pans; that aa a rule they are conand a consequent waste of natural re- tract laborers; that they will work for sources. The system of extensive wages that will not supply white labor farming has a tendency to deteriorate I with the ordinary necessaries of life; the lnnd and the result is a decrease , hat they are gaining control of nu-and quantity of the merous branches of industry and are Resources Ca itornia Farming Methods Criticised. A German specialist. Mr. Nik Kau- . \n the quality tanns, In company with Morris J props. manna, til company wnu .*i*'i«*r> < rops.    j    forcing    white labor therefrom:    that Brooke of Sacramento, arrived from | barming on a big scale Is not con- japs do not contribute anything to the Heil Bluff Wednesday afternoon. These    to    the    development    and    general    growth    of the state; that the labor «    .    n.    to    I    supper.    Some    very    entertaining    re ll. Blair of Sacramento is in tms | marks were    especially    those    of O I      it*    111    »    111'    It    I--------"    .    ii    IU“1    Ullin    VV    ttllBoUUy    unci    -    nun vt* Its lur    »•»    I    til    ta    v    1' •    ”    ----- -1 very weak and sinking Squally, ii I feature of the evening was un excel-    gentlemen    recently    left Sacra- ,MW.„,rity of the state, and California troubles in Hawaii arc musing great if I is not expected that she will sui MV I lent supper prepared and served un-1 raenb) for a trlp over the Sacramento I never reach the high plane of ag-1 numbers of Japanese to leave that city today. Mrs. J. H. Wnlker returned to Blacks this morning. Clifton Rogers was an arrival Wednesday evening. the distinguished visitor.    I    much/longer.    Ider the direction or inc    "''n!    valley. They visited the Government During the business session D. Nolan j^-nest Norton has sold a complete Veterans. The menuI Included all h p|ant Introduction Garden near Chico. was Initiated into membership.    tf£|el Best    to    .Iclin    °f    do H aoles of the    vineyard    near    Vina.    tho    big *♦♦♦    Madison. The outfit includes a trac- veterans were highly complimented j    ^ fw>m nvW ^ ulufr an(1 also At the meeting of WoodlandI en-1 tlon enKine, harvester, etc.    wen* a Pnumber^* of° very *'entertaining '    w,im*    «*xamlna,lwllH “‘‘ar Gridley, campment. No. 71, I. O. O. F., held    oui    I were a number or v< ry    entertaining —. *    -V———g    I VI civy*ire x    _ care for their lots are re-1 ang    young    and old quested to    pay Secretary    Joslyn at J Professor EL    L. Clarke.    W. R Jack once. See 50-cent column    ail.    | son and Mose    Haines furnished very made soma examinations They left this morning for Naim (fcomo Cobb of Dunnigan I. In I ihtatai -von**, the mcon.l ,1 <*r«-I ,2”'    “HMT1"    ,rtWT—y,    .ml    later    will    visit    Fresno .    I    was conferred upon Arthur Scott of | nation lo Madison. STANFORD’S PRESIDENT. When Senator Stanford endowed tile I *,Tnesno. tie win nnvc mo    I    inuit'    uiuivubu         I    a    I Video (Vinloot CUUIUUll flllinujiu. Ill I r°* —    ------ richest university in the world he! ent a man named by the labor unions numbers that Added gi .    I    Yolo    county the Information gained I ould ,M. auor<|«Hl for farm laborers, with another, wilfully deprives a mem a    <«2 0f™aH?wUl hav/.s an o1,P„„- Win, Voorhees    ^    vtKjal Woodland today. J. W. Chiles came over from Sacramento this morning. Mrs. L. I). Stephens returned from Oakland this morning. Leonard Knight was an arrival from I*    f(“r jts head Dr. David Starr.    uv™u«nd the south this morning.    I    Jordan. Dr. Jordan developed Stan-1 At the regti 1,ir'llG£ 1    (’v    held on W F. Mixon returned from 8m™- ford    of    SS*    WedntoW evening, ixniell ii. Squires mento We<l need ay evening. I country, ami*"all S'hta'oJTn ‘energy and Clyde Tharp became members by Joe Craig and I*. 1). Stephens went! d abijjty jB KI)[tf, 0f the heavy work initiation. to Sacramento this morning.    {heaped upon him. he has always found I Masury's colors and house paints Mrs Bert Clover made a trip to Da-1 time to answer invitations to lecture I ara tbe best on earth. Tliey have been vtavlUe Wednesday afternoon.    all over California and extensively I on tbe market since 1835 and tho de- ul    I    through the east, till his lame as a I ,nand for them has steadily Increased, J. I). Slvlls. of Lindley & Co., sacra- I j^^r is not less than that of a col-1 Ib>ad j Shelton’s ad. mento, is in Woodland today.    loge president. His style is peculiarly I    .    #    .    th_ Mn,. II. M. Miller return*. from 8»|hU    L.^ Mur I,- Fvii u« erne over fro,,, B.rr.-1h00TO"^“pomJ\riu1?ryli*bto''ry°^l'e on .ale In Sacramento.-tanto on Wednesday evening.    |    ,un)(e    11 aion. The lecture bureau could not hovel cards are out announcing a St. Pat-made a happier cholee; and this. their I Hck’s ball to he given in new armory third lecture, will not fall to continue J |inn on Pride y evening. March 17th. by the Woodland Band, M. Everhardt conductor. Word has been received that Miss county and other points of the San Joaquin valley. We do not know how extensive his ..USU JI* I examinations were in Butte and To bania counties, but lf they were not more thorough than those made in ricultural development she Is fitted I country for this and that when the to occupy until the big land holdings war lietween Japan and Russia closes are cut up Into small farms and there hordes of Japanese will seek our are more small farmers and more in- J shores, tense farming.    The    assembly    has passed Espey’s bill There are tracts of land on which which prohibits pool-selling or wager -but one family and a few farm laborers ing on a horse race. making the offense reside, which are capable of sustaining I punishable by a fine of not less than In comfort three or four hundred tam-111**'* nor more than $;>00, by I m prison-Hies. This In the most serious prob-1 tnent of not more than six months, or lent that confronts the state.    I by both fine and imprisonment. If the big land holdings were sub-I The militia bill which provides that divided almoct constant employment | any pertain *'ho. either by hllllxeilMir pleasure of the evening. DRAINAGE BILL. We are in receipt of a telegram from Sacramento which states that the drainage bill will come up on Friday os a special order. will be of but little practical value. It was after 5 o'clock when the train me Mrs. H. 8. Joslyn returned from Sacramento Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. Clifford returned I    ancress of the series. from San Francisco this morning. Dr. Jordan will lecture In the Chrls-M a re Ii 7th, on Miss Elizabeth Arnold returned from I thin church Tuesday, March San Francisco Wednesday evening. I “The Fuji Heart.’ Miss Fkl I til Johnson of SaiTameato    RpAnv    a\T)    HURST WIN. was an arrival Wednesday evening. I MISSES HLADY AND Hi Hoi win -----.    ,    .    .    ...       —    —.    .expects    to visit Hawaii before his re- V’aletta Miller, the daughter or Mr. I    these complaints,and although Luru ^ Germany. and Mrs. J. M. Miller of Bruiid Island, 11    my family doctor he did me no vlr Kaunianus is an ex|M*rt on soil. was operated on for appendicitis WM*(good; so I got a lO-ceat boult of jrotirI    |Uls    quite    a    study    of    beet ■ ^ ,    /    Ineeday.    The    OpMWtton    wus    performed    Hitters,    which cured me. 11 culture hjh investigations in t’ull- Misa Margaret Matthews of Sacra-1    ixittie Ready and Anna ,!nr^|in an Oakland hospital and at last ac- I ,onB|(ler them the best medicine on fornta uri, .M,rh,„.ti chiefty along the*! mento is the guest of Miss Mal gar* I wyjj    portiand and see tile sights I rol,utg Miss Miller’s condition was sat-1 ,.arth, and thank God w ho gave you j|m,H O’Keefe.    |0( the l^ewis & (Mark exposition at the I ^factory-    I    the knowledge to make them.” Sold, ||(,* translated some notes made In Bd. McCralth. or San Francisco, a | cx|M-nas*^ f*f    In-1 A good thing—push it along” R. | and guaranteed^ to cure^ dyspepsia,^ bU- J |jlP German language from which we popular     *“    “    °    * Under the    present    system many wage I    ber of the national guard    of his    em* _____ .workers are idle    for two or three    Payment or prevents his    being    em arrived    and    nearly    6    o'clock    i*eforo    monthg in    the year. The result is that I    ployed by himself or another, or    an Messrs. Brooke and Kaumanns left tor m laborers have no fixed home. noys or obstructs a member of said ‘    —u“-1    Tliey ere forced to go wherever they national guard or his employer, in recan    find work    lf they had steady    era-    speet to hit trade, bual new or employ- ployment and    were treated more    like I meat, bet ause the member of the na- ............ .    I    one of the family conditions would bi* 11 Iona I guard Is such a member, or dta- Mr. Kau mr n ns at the hotel. He    vastly improved, and the labor prob-lsuades any person from enlistment tn a    little    reticent    about    talking.    Ills L m    ^outd u<)>    hi. HUCh a serious    mat-    the national guard of California, by grievance    seemed    to    be    that    some    of L    threat of Injury to him, in case he the    Sacramento    reporters    stated    that *    ..    . aiHioverwl one    Hh*11 »° enlist, in respect    of his    em- measure in* supplanted by the Japs, ment of his home country, but he Is I jjjj®s^darmT thuTt'^th^Jawl‘^ea pending before the legislature, visiting the United States on a icave » 1workMns bul lhelr habita and! w,w    bf    th*    Heaat« VNVdnestlay. ——-  ---—    -    ,    of absence, and the investigations bel    ,    trniMMis'bl**    for    thel^be    Iii    ll establishes a tax on gifts, leg- Grove. Texas, nearly met his Waterloo L mak|n|S are on In*- own amount and * "b |ai»or^r to compete with them on -------  - from liver and kidney troubles. In a f(jr h|„ owu prtvate Information. He    10 recent letter be says:    "I    was    nearly    I    *    *-**  ---•*    si.    eleven    terms. ♦ ♦ ♦ t ♦ ♦ 4* ♦ ♦ a short drive to the Yolo orchard. They were back to the hotel a few minutes after 7. A "Democrat” representative met the German government, whereas his trip was undertaken solely tu his capacity as a private citizen. It is true that he has an official connection with tin* agricultural depart THE COIX)NEL’S WATERL(K). Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey I if" absume* Mr. Kaumanns la indirectly Interest- acies, inheritances, bequests, devises, suceesaions and transfers, and repeals the existing collateral Inheritance tax. hill are taken In Ll iii IU,.linn a K* a a I I.,, a,lo,, (..r UM- Th*1 provision. 0< the Mil » lh* ra'.a, of ,K,».ll,ll„ia« ll,a,    r -1 ***“*■    that    when it Ini limes a law it will bring In an annual revenue of something Uke I Ut xii* j/ n in n    I    I    I    r>    I    cl    f    11JI j » cCratth, of Bim Francisco, a I expense of the People’s Trade Palace. I    ^    __ _ commercial traveler. Is in Several months ago Mr* Wirth in-1    *    mences    *    his    new    ad    I    lousness    and    kidney disease, by W. H. J gather the Idea that be is very favor ,<    I    angurated a voting contest to decide a I tv. v,rm»»wu    .    ....... suit of bls Investigations there may be some valuable acquisitions to the    for    Btate    our    Doses, population of the Sacramento valley. H.wO.tWU t°r hlale Woodland today.    augurated _______I Question of popularity T. T. Moore carne down from Oregon voimB |adi(»s of Yolo co that way. then tells you that the l»hoe-1 Lawson, druggist, at 50c a bottle. ountv ' "ie an-!1*** luwn nu*w«-r is easy to push bo- Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Moore was    wuS?    two’receiving^'the highest I il iH hall bearing and made well •  ......  of    WoodUnd    ,KS-'3- I number of bnllol. within a »uto<l P*r|-1    Ll!    kind.    of Miss Georgia Fenner wont to Pacific Grove tills morning. She will visit number of ballots within a stated P*‘rl’    ^a^d od coaid make the trip at his expense. I ch the! remont, an Candidates from various parts of the I Katy* » bist. CASH FOR CERTIFICATES. Realty Syndicate, Continental B. & L.. Pacific States U. k L., and Renters' L. & T. Co. certificates purchased a* for several weeka with the Tuck family. I county entered the contest, bat avenin* I at/ regular n»e«*tlng of the Woman si top prices. G. D. Chad bu rue Jr., al- . u I ally moat of them dropped out. leaving! improvemuat Club was held in the [call Building, or W. J. Harper, 107-8 Mrs. Emma Webb returned to Sacra-1^titre [mottle Ready. Anna Hurst nod I .>a, lorn of the Hotel Julian Wednesday Crocker Building, 8. F., Cal. mhJOU mento this morning. She waa aicora-1 Agnea Hr,*«*n |n an exciting finish. The er, Mrs. Elizabeth    close«l    at    6    o'clock    Wednesday panted by her mothei Perry. evening. Tile voting was very heavy ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. If It Is a bilious attack take Chamberlain's Ste math and Liver Tablets J Wf Snowball returned to Knights during the day not less than 7000 bal-1 ^ CLARK, Attorney-at-I^w. formerly I and a quick cure in certain. For 8ale I ^anding Wednesday evening. He has lots being put In the Ikix. The final I of yVfiodland, is now permanently I by Corner Drug Store, ll. P. Elder, Iwen quite ill but is somewhat Im-1 count Wednesday night ‘llacloaed Allocated at t*39 Kearny str**<**. San I DisiM-iising Chemist. quite _---- nr<ivod    I    following result: prwve<1'    „ Miss bittie Ready...............ir.,391 Harriett V. Brownell, as guardian Mi8B Anna Hurst................ 9.8»*1 has ll Ie* I a petition for order to aell ... AEnea Breen............... real property belonging to the estate|M,hb AKneB of Russell J. bowe    |    EXPECTS    TO    RETURN    SOON. John Morris, who in acting train clerk at Truckee, arr I veil in this city I p. cully, who formerly worked as today and wil remain here several days J a clerk Iii J. V. I^elthold’s drug store, as the guest of his brother,!. A. Morris. J bag written to a friend in this city will probably return to Woodland waonesuay arier noon I *” ’7'"Vi.? ncnHv « o'ar alo aud went on to Napa this morning, in Gulley left this i net > »    .    9    ii...    sui-1 to return to his home in Nuthez, Miss as    'ttvaa Frau* i.-co, coiivt-iiient to all the emirth— Slate and U. S.—where his old I Try "Al Flour.'* th® bret on earth friend! who may be so unfortunate as I For sale by all grocers. Product of to need the services of a luwyer can I the Woodland Grain and Milting Co. Napa asylum for the insane. to locate than iu Woodland. SALE OF SEATS. favorably impre He has l>een working in a drug stun* iii Na* bes, Lilt his health lias not Itcen A BEVERE COLD    FOR    3 MONTHS. I very robust    ami hi' has about con- . I Kiik I eluded that he eau find no better plat» Tile following letter from A. J. Nu*- haunt, of Batesville, Ind., tells IU owm story:    "I suffered for three months with a severe cold. A druggist prepared me some medicine, ami a phy-sletan prescribed for me, yet I did not I The sale of seat. f*u- the forthcoming improve. I then tried Foley’s Honey I tmurhgoment of Charles B. Hanford in and Tar, and eight doses cured ine/’I^Tion Caesar de Ua/an at the Wood-Refuse substitutes.    Sold by    J.    V, I land opera    house, will open Friday Leithold, druggist.    * I morning. March 3d, at Leithold’s drug store. The    * ngag< rn* it pi mi • - to be of unusual Interest, as Mr. Hanford is very popular among theater-goers of this city. find him lf they want to. myld nlOtf of'^the^Bacramento valley. ^He*regard** i Just a few more days to vote for your favorite. the * llmate as delightful aud the coml- f ny healthful. Ills only exception to ♦♦♦I»♦»♦«•I ***** 11»»»♦♦»♦♦ FUR AN IMPAIRED APPETITE. Lore of appetite always re*ulU from faulty digestion. All that is needed is a few doses of Chamberlain's Slum-aeh and Liver Tablets. They will Invigorate the stomach, strengthen the I digestion and give you an appetite like a wolf. Thee*- tablets also a* t as al gentle laxative. For Halo by Corner) Drug Store, H, P. Elder Dispensing I Chemist. Diphtheria relieved in twenty min i lites. Almost miraculous. Dr. Thomas' E* iectric Oil. At any drug store. Voting Contest Closes March ist at 6 p. rn. Promptly. THOSE THAT LEAD W. THOMAS. Attorney and Coun selor at Iaw. Beamer block Woodland. California. Lottie Ready, Woodland Agues Breen, Woodland ®OO0O00Oa®O®O$00OO0®aaO$®00#OO Anna Hurst. WoodUnd 10,320 7920 7,330 Alice Chadwick, Winters Alice Lillard, Davisville Miss L- Miner, Davisville 1.941 639 332 HAWKINS & HAWKIN S. AUorueyr and Counselors ai law. Oftct over Bank of Woodland, Woodland, Cab W. 8. WALL, Attorney at U*w and Notary Public, Beamer Block. Woodland, Cal. 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 PONY STRENGTH! HUDSON GRANT, Alton, ey at l.aw    hi*. Office, Second street, Woodland    fire*    Cfi    I    leu    I    lit* opposite the opera house. Special at- I ^ ten lion given to probate matters and I v actions involving r«^al estate. o O 0 0 A hose Tor both boys find girls as strong as 0 a pony. They stand the kicking, too, the ruikiiing, ^ the jumping, iii fact are made to wear. I hey ^ 0 0 tteTYotes fill be counted daily until close of contest. Clefts will not be allowed to bandie votes. All votes to be deposited by cashier. PHILIP BRUTON. Attorney at I aw and Notary Ihihllc, corner of First and Main streets. Woodland. A SAFE COUGH MEDICINE. In buying a cough medicine for children never lie afraid to buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no danger from it and relief is always sure to follow. It is especially valuable for coldr, eroup, and whooping-cough. For sale by Corner Drug Store, Ii. I*. Elder, Dispensing Chemist. BLUER0CK SHOOT The Went End Gun C iuh will hold a blueroek shoot at William Van Zee« farm, two and a half miles west of Woodland, Sunday, March 5th. NORTH {.aw bloc forma 0 0 0 0 0 Pony Hose * G a o o We are showing Spring Skirts, Children's Headgear, Stetson Hawes Hats and Mother's Friend Waists. Waists, and And we buy them direct from the factory end scil O Ut LOVEJOY, Attorneys ai *    ***    •    i    .    *»« Rod Notaries Public, Julian *.* them tor 2*) cents a pair, as good any »*o celli k. xMon.i -treat, woodland, Call- 0 |,ost. OIl the market. Try a pair for the little one. ELM EH Vi. ARMFIELD. Attorney and Counselor at Uw, Notary Public ami Conveyancer. office— loom* I an 2. over Bank of Wood and Woodland. *"’aL From the same factory we buy a special hose for the ladies to SELL FOR 25 CENTS On THE CAPAY STAGE, and after Monday, November THERE 10 NO ULTTEK PLACE 21st. the Capay stage will run on|to stop In San Flan* .san than at the Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Mangham Hotel, corner of Ellis and only, until further notice. Stage Mason sir-* s. Jt is six dories high leaves Capay at 7 a. rn., arrives in I fireproof, convenie nt to ail attractions, Woodland at IO a. rn. Departs at 2:301    to ail car lim > and offers ail    the p. rn., arrives at Capay 6 p. m,    {advantages    of    yup*    clof hotel service at u17tf    L.    A.    EDDY,    Prop.    Ignian cost. The room large, clean land well ventilated i    Lie managu- FOLEY'S HONEY AND TAR    * I ment court ohs, polit*    ! hospitable. Cures coughs and colds. Cures broo-1 \\ rite for booklet an*! ».i*( *. tu-th ch it la and asthma. Cures croup    and    a i it*v whooping-cough. Cures hoarsenessl    Kl AKI l.inu ^luii i am i x. and hrouchial troubles. Cures pneu-1 Statist;* show startling mortality, mon la and la gripp**. Sold by J. V, I from a;.    *    aa* i ’ aitis. I*. Leithold, druggist.    •    I prevent and ( tire these awful disea.-es, I there is just one reliable remedy, Dr Arthur Sweitzer of Honcut station, I King’s New Ute Pills.    M. Flannery, ARTHUR v Coun** Office, room (and Cal. slUSTON, Attorney and i i*w Noury Public Beanier bL>**k Wood- 000000000000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Which we honestly lichcvc the best value rn the 0 0 0 0 199 0 0 **♦ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MIKE YOUR ADVERTISING PAY! | 0 0 10 0 0 country, livery pair is branded ‘•THE VOGUE find every pair is guaranteed as fire the I ouv Host 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 People’s Trade Palace Always Alert. MORE POPULAR THAN EVER HUTCH ae    ooo    ooooo    oo    o    o    o    o    o    oooooooo Judi< ;ous use of printer's ink will do it. That requires both talent and training. I feel competent in both respects. Try me. If I 0 don’t make good you lose 0 very Utile. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Butte county, who purchased one of 10f j4 Custom House Place. Chicago, the big Percheron stallions of Dunham, I gays:    They    have no equal for eon- Fletcher St Coleman, was a passenger Lh cation und bi! outness.” 2^c at W. for home Sunday morning. 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