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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - January 25, 1906, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA THURSDAY EVENING JANUARY DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 PURELY PERSONAL Comings and Goings of Well Known Sooial Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland Wednesday evening and lett for the north on the noon train today Mr Lealce Is advertising manager of Out West OFFICES FOR THE DEAD The funeral of the late Ira Living stone Hatlon was held this afternoon from the family residence on Bast street Rev J A Pettlt of the Bap tist church officiated There was a large attendance Including a delega tion from Yolo Camp No 7769 Mod ern Woodmen of America of which order deceased recently became a member A choir consisting ot Miss Leta Rogers Miss Minnie Prior J G Wright and W A Robertson rendered several hymns Interment was in the city cemetery The pallbearers were BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs W W Perclval went to this morning Mrs L D Stephens was an arrival this morning Brannigan Tlie death of this young man still remains a mystery No report has Items of More or Less Importance Picked Up Here and There on the Wing Beale Monday night and the groat loss of life Is a heartrending story It will be necessary for our readers to read the big city papers for a full account If wo were to surrender ov ery column of tho Democrat to this harrowing talc of shipwreck It would be impossible to crowd tho particu lars in the space John Muior and Senator M Dlgga came over from Sacramento this morning to close a real estate deal Senator Diggs sold Mr Maler a 40 acro farm in the Ilext tract between Davisville and Winters When Sena tor Diggs bought the tract and began Its subdivision ho told the neighbors he would make It possible for them to build a schoolhouse As Mr Maler Is the father of five children Ihe sena tor la in a fair way to redeem his pledge REVIEW OF WORK A Communication from Bureau ot Plant Industry Experiments Which Havo Bean of Benefit to the State and More Are to Follow John Garrette was an nesday evening Mrs John Freeman was an arrival on Wedyet been received from City Chemist wmi Frank T Green of San Frauclsco to whom the stomach was sent for analy Ladles excused one week from Mi kado rehearsals Reserved seats tor Sam Jones lec ure are now on sale at J V Lelth olds drug store Charles Herman of Capay valley has some fine pasture and will take Wednesday evening A coroners jury consisting of Chas Pred Newton went to Sacramento Wednesday afternoon Mast viewed the body Wednesday but J w Chiles returned to Sacramento 1 no mquest will be held until after the analysis of the dead mans stomach to Ar uaa received I tl has been positively ascertained that deceased paid no money at the Alvls Hunt went to San Francisco standard oil Companys headQiiar Wednesday afternoon Mrs Bud Griffin returned buckle this morning POST AND CORPS INSTALL Wcdhesday afternoon Mayor Bearner was ters during his last visit to Sacramen onuthbound lo It appears that deceased bought a soutn uounu passenger this morning H B Harrison made Knights Landing today S H Grlssim was a passenger this morning Sacramento as the receipt for the same was found in a trip to clothes No trace of the new watch orthe old one which belonged to his lvnnd father but which deceased was in the southhenna Sheriff Griffin returned from Win1 ters Wednesday evening of carrying has of foun1 A R 1 Hathaway arrived from Portland Wed Miss Grace Hershey made a trip to nesday afternoon accompanied by Mr Hathaway and children It was con 20 head of Worses and mules Seo 60 cent column The signal service forecast is for fair weather tonight and FridayvThe outlook now is that we will have some settled weather Mr and Mrs Dave Johnston have moved into the cottage on Second street recently vacated by J B John ston and family If we can have ten or twelve days of the present brand of weather the farmers will seed many an acre of land to wheat and barley Miss L Josie Pierce of Willows has succeeded Miss Martha Smith as teach er in the Sacramento River district She assumed the duties of the position last Monday Prof E J Wickson was at Esparto tlon of soils and better curing and biiiidllni California hops can com pete successfully with any produce In the world Thovalun of seedbearing versus seediest hops Is being studied and Investigations arc bolus umdo as to fertilisers Irrigation time of pick Ing etc Extrusive Investigations are being miuliiu several experimental vine with he object of soeurliiK types of rcststiua gruiioH and the adoption of resistant types to different soils and climates of the state both be wine and raisin Industries being considered Hcglslei Past Post Commander John S Ma ther installed the officers ot W H Seward Post No 05 G A I at tho last meeting as follows J W Kelley P C James Elder S V C J W Knox J V C William Hudson Adjt B Glendennlng Chap Orin Phelps Surgeon L G Stone O D Jaincs Ward O G B S Farnham Q M C J Beckwith S M Charley Clot felter Q M S William Hudson was elected dele gate and James Elder alternate to the Department Encampment to be held EXDRUMMER LOSES SUIT The scope of the work of the bureau of plnnt industry of the Department of Agriculture in California will bo considerably broadened If the recom mendations of Secretary Wilson tiro herded by congress This atnto offers unusual opportunities for investiga tion along scientific lines of mat tore pertaining to the advancement of ag riculture and horticulture and the officials are not slow to lake advan tage ot and make the most of them this year at Redding Mrs Nellie Farnham assisted by veyed to the residence of Mrs Sophia tiday and made an examination of the tract of land at that place which has been offered to the commission for the Sacramento this morning Mr and Mrs James Eustis went on Walnut streetwhere universt farm Sacramento this morning lt rcmatnecl unU1 JQ oclock this morn W S Wright of Davlsville was an ing when it was moved to the Chris arrival on the noon train ttan church where and Harapton Roberts Joe Clements of Watsonvllle was Hiram Van Kirl cal manager are out in the county to arrlval on the noon train eatt the Bible College settling up some rights ofway Mrs Joe Benasinl returned from Sac the latter a particular friend of the I matters snecial reore telephone P Mrs Jennie Dlnzler also Installed the following officers of Womens Relief Corps No 20 as follows Mrs Louise Calder P Mrs Catherine Clotfelter S V P Mrs Emma Marley J V P Mrs Jennie Dlnzler Sec Mrs Clara Bulllvant Treas Mrs Cynthia Jack son Chap Mrs Nellie Farnham Con Mrs Lucy Knox Asst Con Mrs Lavinla Hook Guard Mrs Han nah Kelley Asst Guard Mrs Elsie Wallace First C B Mrs Leora Luck Second C B Mrs Mattie Ranck Third C B Mrs Mary Fourth C B YON YONSON ramento Wednesday evening Mrs F Sleber returned from Sac ramento Wednesday evening family and former instructor of Mr Hathaway Dr Van Kirks eulogy was a masterful effort The church choir consisting of Mrs G R Lovejoy Miss John Eakle of Point Richmond was I Minnie Prior Dr A Y Dick and W an arrival Wednesday evening W F Mixon returned from San Francisco Wednesday evening Captain W T Foreman came over from Sacramento this morning A Brinck and F W Wilson came over from Winters this morning Harmon Edmunds returned from San Francisco Wednesday evening Miss Olevia Hodgen came up from San Francisco Wednesday evening Mrs George Fish returned to Knights Landing Wednesday evening Mrs T C Pearson sister of Dr E D Curtis left this morning for Santa Cruz Mrs E Dutton and her sister Miss H Browning rendered appropriate song service Interment was in the city cemetery The pallbearers were J L Harlan J M Kincheloe J Relth Jr W P Craig Fred Wfrth and W M Browning the government intro at Cblco Ho states All that was mortal of the late Mrs Sarah Augusta Aldrlch was laid to rest In the I O O F cemetery at Ca pay today The body arrived from Sulsun on the noon train which was nearly an hour late The services at the cemetery were attended by a large congregation of bereaved relatives and sorrowing friends Mabel Everett today returned to Guinda Attorney W and A L Shian went to Sacramento Wednesday afternoon W H Hathaway and Mrs F C Hathaway arrived from San Francisco Wednesday evening W F Ewer and wife who have been visiting Mose Ewer and wife re turned to Fall river today Mrs David Allen and her guest Mrs Mollle A Brewer of Kings City went to Sacramento Wednesday afternoon Will Randall and Mrs Chas Dun lap arrived from Oakland this morn ing to attend the funeral of the late Mrs C W Clements Miss Marie Belche went to Dlxon Wednesday afternoon to meet Mrs Geo Belche who came up from San Francisco on the evening train Frank Lcake and wife were arrivals C H Clements and E Krellenberg returned from Arbuckle Wednesday afternoon with the body of the bite Mrs Catherine W Clements The funeral will he held Friday morning at 10 oclock from the Clements resi dence 168 College street BUSINESS SOLD James Keith who for many years has conducted a livery and feed sta ble at Knights Landing haa sold his business J B Huber who for many years was employed on the big Fair ranch Mr Keith Is looking around for an opening but has not yet where he will locate or in what business he will engage The Yolo friends ol Mr Keith and family hope it will not be necessary for them to leave this county Mr Huber Is well liked and will no douht succeed in the business SAM JONES THE GREAT The great preacher and lecturer Rev Sam Jones gave one of his In imitable spicy witty comic pathetic instructive and most profoundly in teresting lectures at the courthouse in Marion Monday night tp a house We do not mean that the audi ence was worth but but that It paid that much to hear Rev Sam Jones lecture and made a good bar gain at that figure Satisfaction guar anteed or money refunded could have been safely advertised and not a cent would have been asked to be returned though many seats were bought at 1 each He also preached a free sermon to about 800 attentive listeners Tues day morning at 10 oclock before leav ing for St Louis It was a grand treat to the people highly edifying im mensely Interesting and fully appre ciated Long live Sam Jones and for ever let his truths he heard through out all Press Marion III The Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal church will meet at the parsonage Friday afternoon It Is hoped that there may be a full at tendance as it is desired to plan work for the society Company F will give Its regular weekly dance and drill in armory ball this evening The gallery Is free to spectators The Woodland orchestra will furnish music Attend and you will have a good time G W Zimmerman is steadily failing in health He was so ill Wednesday afternoon that he was compelled to leave his place of business and go home He has since been in a semi conscious state The new dancing club that is being formed will give the first dance of a series Friday evening in Native Sons halt The proposition to form a danc ing club has met with such favor that doubtless these dances will be very en joyable District Attorney Huston returned from Sacramento on the noon train He says that Detective Douglas Is in vestigating the case of the late Ira Hatton Some information haa been obtained but not sufficient to enable the officers to arrive at a definite con clusion The hackneyed phrase of an over green success may with some Justifi cation be applied to the play Yon Yonson which has during the past fifteen years been seen from the At lantic to the Pacific and has made a fortune for its management The prospects are that it will continue to live In tho affections of the public as long as the management pursues the common course of keeping the per formance up to the meritorious stand point It has attained An excellent company has been engaged this sea son with Mr Earl 1C Mitchell in the title role Mr Mitchell was born on Swedish soil achieved his first his trionic honors on Swedish stages am is now making a hit everywhere in his great dialect delineation of Yon The date for the return of tho famous play here has been set for January 30th and it will be seen at the opera house fresh In its new scenic equip ment U T Galloway chief ot tho bureau of plant tndustry has addressed a communication to Senator Flint sot ting forth the work of bis bureau In California It Is interesting in that it gives our people an Idea of what Is being done by the Department of Ag rlculturo In and for Hits state Dr Galloway refers to the work along the lino of plant breeding and selection at tho Santa Ana laboratory of date culture at Mecca on the Col orado deserl and the introduction and distribution of now fruits nnd forage crops through ducliou gardei that the secretary of agriculture has included an item of 25000 In his es timates this year for Investigations with the view ot avoiding heavy losses In fruit shipments If this appropria tion Is obtained Hie methods of decid uous as well as citrus fruit shipments will be studied and Improved Study Is also being made of the cause for the deterioration of Califor nia wheat which yields less per aero and Is less valuable for bread making than formerly Dr Galloway calls attention to the efforts of bis bureau In cooperation with the state experiment station to exterminate the pear bllghl which Is attacking the orchards along the Sac ramento river The Sacramento Vul Tho following taken from the Ex umlnor relates to a man who recently gained considerable notoriety lu tbl city A J Simmons formerly ix comer clal traveler lu Iho employ of Gold stein Broa Co wholesale clothiers spout an unpleasant fifteen minutes In Justice Uiwson8 court Monday in his suit Instituted to compel the firm named to pay him for services Simmons claimed to have two wit nesses who could prove tbo existence of a verbal agreement between tho Inn nnd himself as to the terms ot his employment Accordingly Miss A Balltuger formerly bookkeeper for Goldstein llros Co was placed on the stand Instead of testifying to any agree ment between the firm and tho plain tiff she san very plainly that she know nothing of tho kind but that Simmons had twice asked her to testi fy to this effect promising her If she would do so Justice Lawson looked disgusted and after a Question or two which convinced him that tho witness was telling tho truth at once ended the case by giving judgment for the defendant COURTHOUSE JOTS The Latest Gleanings From the Public Square Opposition to Road in a Reclamation to Enforce a San Francisco Judgment A L Shlnn and A C Huston at torneys for Reclamation District No 7C5 have filed a complaint in inter vention In regard to the case of the people va Manuel S Contente The complaint alleges that tho road sought to bo opened runs on the top of tho districts levee and would prove a menace to tho levee Susan Maria Soule through her at torneys Jordan Brann of San Ftan For nuy disease of the skin we can recommend Chamberlains Sulve It re lievos tho itching and burning sensa tion instantly and soon effects a cure This waive Is also invaluable for soix nlpplcH lor mile by J It Shelton Try Al Fiour the best on earth Lor sale by all grocers Product of Isco has brought suit against Emma II Brlggs for I ho sum o to gether with costs amounting to and interest on both dating from Aug usl 4 1300 Tho said sum is alleged to he due plaintiff on a judgment ren dered In the superior court of the county of San Francisco Klnny Honlgan and Charles Crlss both roomers at Hotel de Griffin en gaged In a fight Wednesday afternoon which might have resulted seriously but for the Interference of county officials The return of sale of real estate in I bo matter of the estate of Henry Fredericks deceased has been filed Kills Tull Is busily engaged In clean ing the carpets at tho courthouse He uses a very Ingenious machine called Skinners Electric Renovator and It seems to do the work very thoroughly ABSTRACTING Woodland Grain and Milling QlOtf Co YOLO COUNTY TITLE ABSTRACT COMPANY Con veyancing and abstracting All trans actions posted dally Offlco over Bank of Woodland Association having these experiments by the Upon ley Development voted for experts are being furnished bureau to conduct Its work their efforts depends In a largo meas ure the preservation of the pear Industry Studies are also being made by the bureau In hop culture especially the methods of curing and the relation of soils to the production of highgrade bops Certain California hops contain deleterious substances supposed to be taken from the soil and the Unreal ANXIOUSLY AWAIT ROAD believes that the proper selec near Sale Spells Economy at the Trade Palace jimnimiii A H Holmes who had been under medical treatment at the home of his mother Mrs M J Boyle on Lincoln avenue returned to Madison today He Is regaining strength rapidly and there Is every reason to believe that hia health will be much better than It was for a long time previous to the operation he underwent on the 12th lost NT THE GRIP Before we can sympathize with others wo must have suffered our selves No one can realize the suffer ing attendant upon an attack of the grip unless he has had the actual ex perience There Is probably no dls ease that causes so much physical an mental agony or which so successfully defies medical aid All danger from the grip however may bo avoided by the prompt use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Among the tsns of thousands who have used this remedy not one case has ever been reported that has resulted In pneumonia or tbat haa not recovered For sale by J R Shelton Mr Jones will deliver one of his famous lectures In the opera house next Monday evening under the aus pices of the Womans Improvement CluU DANGERS OF A COLD and how to avoid them More fatali ties have their origin In or result from a cold than from any other cause This fact alone should make people more careful as there is no danger whatever from a cold when It is prop erly treated in the beginning For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine in use for this disease It acts on natures plan loosens the cough relieves the lungs opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition Sold by J R Shel toa FLOUR MILLRUNS DAILY Barley rolled any day to fann ers Mill now all complete and In D Cummins has spent several restless days and nights watching the stork that was trying to nest in his neighborhood but Its all over now The bird flew away late Wednesday afternoon but It left the sweetest little girl baby that ever walked the floor with Its father Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Cummins and long life to the baby The Sacramento river is slowly fall Ing and the water In the Sutler basin ia receding rapidly The work of re pairing the railroad between Knights Landing and Marysville will begin soon It has been suggested that if the company would do a little piling instead of grading at the place where these breaks annually occur It would be saved a great deal of annoyance and some expense The wrecking of the Valencia near Klanaway rock five miles from Cape HIM II 11I I Among the passengers on the Wed nesday morning southbound train of the California Northwestern Railroad was former Congressman Theodore A Bell of Napa Mr Bell has grown so stout that several of his friends here hardly recognized him when he passed through town He has just returned from Lake county where he had been on a several days business visit Mr Bell reports that people In the north ern country are very much Interested in the project to build an electric rail road Into that section heretofore un known to a railroad of any sort with in Its confines The people are awak ening to the possibilities of the county when It has railroad connection The Napa Clear Lake railroad scheme bids fair to be carried Rosa PressDemocrat SICKENING SH1VEH1NU KITH of ague and malaria can lie relieved and cured with Electric Hitlers This is a pure tonic medicine of especial benefit in malaria for it exerts a true curative intluence on the disease driv ing it entirely out of the system It is much to be preferred to quinine hav ing none of this drugs bad afteref fects E S Munday of Henrietta Tex writes My brother was very low with malarial fever nnd juundlce till lie took Filectrle Hitters which saved his life At W 11 LawsonB drug store price Ode guaranteed DH DEEBE New I O 0 F hours from 10 to 1 and 7 to 8 iu even ing Special attention given to chronic Friday and Saturday Its an underwear move we have been working on for a long time Hought them nlno months ago when the looms were empty when they were uuxloiia to accept orders Bought them at our price Its a matter ot great store pride to be able to print this good news for thrifty shoppers Fill DAY AND SATURDAY Lot and Corset Cover 25c IxH Covers only35o Ijit Drawers Corset Cover and Skirts65e Lot Skirts Drawers and Corset Covers80c Lot Covers Sldrta and DrawersJ110 SEE WINDOW FOR OUR MEN CUSTOMERS 25 per cent off on Clothing Every suit has been given 5 days notice to get out Everything in way of fall and winter gooda at sinmt half price diseases Jn22tt The Trade Palace FREBHO IN THE LEAGUE The directors of the Pacific Coast Baseball League concluded their an nual meeting at an early hour today The most important business was the substitution of Fresno for Tacoma as the sixth city comprising the league The Tacoma franchise with Mike Fisher as manager will go to the rai sin city thus giving California four cities In the league Portland and Seattle remain In the league The schedule committee did a very wise thing in shortening the playing time to seven months beginning Saturday April 7th and ending Sunday No vember 4th A JAMAICA LADY SPEAKS Highly of Chamberlains Cough Rem edy Mrs Michael Hart wife of the superintendent of Cart Service at Kingston Jamaica West Indies isl ands says that she has for some years used Chamberlains Cough Remedy for coughs croup and whooplngcough and has found It very beneficial She has implicit confidence in It and would not be without a bottle of it in her home Sold by J R Shelton drug gist SPOILED HER BEAUTY Harriet Howard of W 34th 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 would cure It until I used Bucklene Arnica Salve A SYMPTOMS OF BRIGHPS DISEASE The spread of Drights Disease Is so profoundly stirring tho health depart ments of Ihe largo cities that mention of the commonest symptoms Is timely Pudlness of the eyelids or swelling of the ankles or hands In the morn Ing also dropsy In the abdomen Tho obstructed kidney increases the blood pressure and the heart may be como involved and painful This Is often attended with an asthmetlc con dition or shortness of breath As Brights Disease commonly starts as kidney trouble any kidney disor der that has lingered longer than three or four months IB notice of the chonlc danger point and that it can be no longer trifled with There may or may not be sediment Often in advanced cnscs there Is no visible sediment Failing eyesight drowsiness and uraemlc headaches arc all advanced A CHANCE TO BUY Lace Curtains Cheap 12 running ordnr jelTtf H the Man hattan Jal2tt CASTORIA Bears the signature of Cna8HFletcher In for over thirty years and The kind you slwayfl bought quick and sure healer for cuts burns and sores 25c at W H Lawsons drug store GREAT MILLINERY SALE All winter goods must be sold to make room for spring trade Great reduction sale now on Fullans Main street at Mrs M a5tf symptoms A pnlc pasty complexion with weakness Is also to bo regarded as suspicious We desire to place In the bauds of those having Brlghts Disease a 36 page report on a large variety of test put on Fultons Renal Com pound for Brlghts Disease It shows 87 per cent of recoveries In this Brown Bros are delivering moun fatal disease Tho paraph UIUYVU AJIUO aio tain oak wood from the rar for per cord u7tf J n SHELTONAgont Off on Single Pairs Off on Lots of 2 and 3 Pairs Sinjlo pairs of lace ourtalna iUo pretty hard to sell and thats the reason for this big cut Yon neednt think because the price a cut that these are old and not deal i able goods They are choice and handsome With spring peeping around the corneland housocleanlng in sight this offer ought to meet with great activity in tho house hold department There are lota of places where two and three pairs ot curtains can be used to advantage It will pay to buy now SALE NEXT SATURDAY The Vogue   

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