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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 14, 1906, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 14 1900 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 TWO JUNE BRIDES Miss Irma Browning Becomes Mrs W 6 H Stephens tho bride rendered Mendelssohns wedding march as the bridal parly unattended came into theparlor and halted beneath the bridal bower Pro fessor Elston married the twain ac cording lo the service of the Chrls tian church The bride looked very becoming In i modish costume of blue eolian trim ncd with velvet and real lace She a bouquet of very pretty flow ers After the ceremony there was a brief iiterval during which Mr and Mrs McLaughlin were warmly congraln1 LOCAL BREVITIES Miss Mary Browning Gives Her Heart and Happiness Into Keeping of Mr P McLnughlin Occurrences That Will Interest Woodland People CLASS OF EIGHTEEN It was a very pretty church wedding that united Miss Irma Browning and Mr William G H Stephens in mar riage at 2 oclock this afternoon and certainly no fairer bridal day ever dawned than that on which these two popular people elected to assume the sacred relations ot husband and wife The sun shines bright giving to earth and sky tiie loveliest and most charming tints and the atmosphere Is rich the perfume of the sweetest and choicest flowers of spring In deed the beauty of the day seems like a special dispensation of Providence mi augiiry of the future happiness of those who make it memorable in their own lives by pledging each other life long fidelity and devotion St Lukes church in which the cer emony was performed was beautifully decorated for the occasion The coloi schonie was pink and green and the features were sweet peas Shasta dais ies geraniums potted plants and ferns very artistically and tastefully ar ranged The young couple entered the churcl and marched down tho aisle to the chancel rail to the strains of Men delssohns wedding march beautifully rendered by II Woolley A few of the relatives and friends had assembled in the church to witness the ceremony The bride and groom were unattend ed The bride was very pretty in a stylish traveling suit of green silk black picture hat and gloves to match She carried an exquisite bouquet At the allar the young couple were met by Ihe rector Rev D E Holt who joined them in matrimony pro nouncing the ring service of the Epis copal church After the ceremony and the congrat ulations that followed Mr and Mrs Stephens left for Davis by automobile At that point they will board the af ternoon train for Oakland and other points where they will spend a brief honeymoon of a week or ten days When they return they will take up their residence on First street In a handsome new cottage By this marriage two pioneer and two of the most highly respected fam ilies of Yolo county became intimately connected The Brownings and the Stephens have been residents of Yolo county for more than half a century and no two families have been more closely associated with the history of the county or have had more to do with its growth and development than they Aa heretofore stated the bride Is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs R W Browning is highly accomplish ed and noted for her beauty and sweet disposition Mr Stephens is the sec ond son of Mr and Mrs L D Steph ens He has charge of the insurance department of the firm of Balfour Garrotte and is a young man of fine character and splendid business abil ity The future of these two young people looks bright and promising fM An announcement of the approach ing nuptials of Miss Mary Browning of Woodland and Mr Peter P Mc Lruighlin was made in Tuesdays Democrat and there was also brief mention of the antecedents and associations of each This marriage was solemnized at the W Y Browning home two miles southwest of Woodland at 2 oclock this afternoon Prof A M Elston of Berkeley who for many years was a resident of Woodland was the officia ting minister It was a very quiet home wedding the witnesses to the ceremony being relatives and a very few Intimate friends Among the latter we note Mr and Mrs Reid Miller of Hel Bluff Mrs Miller and the bride have been on terms of closest intimacy foi many years Mrs Miller arrived sev eral days ago and has been asslstaing In the preparations Mr Miller who Ijy the way is the editor of the Red Bluff News arrived today just In tim to be present at the ceremony The interior of the Browning home was very nicely decorated In the par lor tho prevailing color was pink an the bridal party stood under a bowe of smilnx and honeysuckle while Hi nuptial knot was being lied The din Ing room ami Ihc living room wer also very appropriately decorated Miss Lurllne Browning n niece o M I I I I I I I 1 I III 1 I 1 I MI The brides goingaway dress was made of blue broadcloth Mr and Mrs McLaughlin were driven to tho afternoon train upon which they took Jieir departure for Los Angeles Mrs McLaughlin is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs W Y Browning She has long enjoyed the reputation of being one of the most charming and companionable young women in this community She will be greatly missed In the church and social circles of Woodland She has many accomplishments and virtues to commend her and MrMcLaugliljn may consider himself fortunate in having won her heart and hand As heretofore stated Mr McLnugh lin is a promotion writer for the Ar rowhead a magazine published in the interest or the Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad Company He impress es one with the idea that he is an in telligent progressive and uptodate business man of good character and reputation We are authorized to announce the engagement of J S Thompson of Davis to Miss Marjori B Buffington of San Francisco The late of the wed ding has not yet been determined but it will occur early in July at the resi dence ot the young ladys parents in San Francisco Mr Thompson is superintendent of the Davis division ot the California Gas and Electric Company and Is re Karded as one of the best electricians in the employ of Ihe company lie comes to this city frequently and has acquired many friends in Woodland all of whom hold him in high esteem Items of More or Less Importance Picked Up Here and There on the Wing COURTHOUSE NEWS Tbe case of the people vs Dean Mc Grew charged with resisting an offi cer is still in progress The reading of the former testimony in the trial was not concluded until after 5 oclock Wednesday afternoon This morning when court convened Ihe first witness called by the defense was G A Wright He was followed by Maud Nichols Elsie Wright Carl Kimlelt Mose McGrew Ad McGrew Bessie McGrew Mrs Boniface Mrs Frank Kimlelt Mrs Van Dyke Mrs Ed Kimlelt Ed Kindelt Isaac Mc Grew li G Everett and Dean Mc Grew Tho defendant was on the stand when this report closed JTJNE FESTIVAL The M E church at Yolo will hold Ls annual June festival in the town all June 15th and IGtli Friday even ng will he a social with special at ractions No admission charge Re reshments will be served both even ngs Saturday evening there will be a oncert of Ye Olden Tyme Admis lou 2 york shillings Ye small frye f twelve years and under 10 cents N goodly number of proper oik will edify ye people with their lecorous behaviour ancient costumes and tuneful voices N music will strike up at e Sth stroke of ye clock N listeners have no kneed o bring candles as ye singers have a supply N persons will sland up ilone and give a spoke piece NEW CASH REGISTER Tho Woodland Band will give its regular weekly open air dance at tho Court street pavilion Friday evening The picnic of the M E church Sun dny school has been postponed one week on account of Ihe death of Mr Edmiston E Osborne got some very fine snap shots of tennis players in action during the recent high school tennis ournament A postal card from A C Ruggles dated Omaha June 10th states that tie will remain there four or five days and then go on to Chicago He is well Miss Anna Slanley of Yolo county passed a successful examination and has been granted a grammar grade certificate by the Colusa county board of education Are you thinking of buying a hind er If so dont do it until you have seen the Deering Ideal Hinder with its transport truck Something about it In Sieber Cos new ad A marriage license was Issued today to Lyman Elias Hatchings and Mar garet E Smith They will bo married this evening at 7i30 oclock at the Smith residence on Third street M E Ives formerly of 110 Hayes street San Francisco is now located in the Beamer block where she is pre pared to give hygienic treatments by medicated water Ailments of females a specialty See ad in another col umn Tho sewing circle of the Catholic church will give a card parly and serve refreshments in Odd Fellows hall Wednesday evening June 27th for which a nominal charge of 25 cents will be made Handsome prizes ivill Le awarded and County Stockton this morning to testify in the LeUonx mur der trial It is remembered that the LeDonx woman and McVIcar were married in Woodland on August 25 1905 Justice Lampton performing the ceremony Justice Lampton will tell ibout the marriage and County Clerk Hatlsall will produce the license book Green returned from Santa Wednesday evening lie reports hat Walter Hopkins is employed as a bell boy in the Sea Bench Hotel Ien nie says that after the close of the I quiet around Santa Cruz that he and several other boys who were also em ployed in the hotel were discharged The season is later than usual at all of the seaside resorts High School Commencement Exercises J This Evening I This evening tin1 comminicemeiit ex ercises of the Woodland high school 1 be held in the Woodland opera nouse The graduating class numbers eighteen as follows Gleunle Barbara Eiselstein Julia G Baker Gladys Rao Hodge Haze Leone Robinson Eleanor Edward Dingle Julia Dnislllu Cole Stella Eugenia Torhert Alleenc Luug oiiour Chester Wayne Brown Frank Alson Scofield True H De Lap Gro ver Cleveland Julian Jo Beamer Jay T Cooper Hoy B Cole Carl Frank Johns William G Flskc and James A Longrus The program will be as follows Piano solo Rlgolotlo Splndler Holly Dniignn Invocation Rev T G Picton vocal solo Italian Boatmans SOUK Tito Mallei Chas Uriggs ad dress The Cabinet System of Eng land and America Compared Chester Brown vocal solo A May Morn ing L Denza Glcunie Eiselstein art dress Are There Men Today as Great as Those of the Past Frank A Sco field vocal solo Song of the Heart Tnnlson Mrs W II Grant Com rnenccnient address Prof A M Ml ston piano solo Aufschwang Schn man Miss EdyUie Van Auda address On Behalf of the Board of Kdnca Uon Dr C R Wilcoxon president ol tile Board of Education presentation ot diplomas instrumental duet selec tion from 11 Trovatore Weider Cook benedic tion I Justice B T lampton Clerk llatlsall went to S THE PICTURES ARE GOOD Miles Brothers moving pictures givei hy the San Francisco Disaster Com pany at the opera house Wednesday were satisfactory ami pleased a good sized crowd Both the moving pic turcs and the slides gave authentic views ol San Francisco before and af ter the earthquake and fire The dam age done by the earthquake alone In San Francisco was also well pictured Several views of the ruins at Slauforc university ami Santa Kosa were shown Interesting views of the refugee camp and numerous other features of Inter rat in connection with the lerribli disaster were exhibited A competen lecturer pointed out the princlpa places of interest and at the comtii sion announced that tho picture would be exhibited at the opera housi again on Friday evening ATTENTION FORESTERS There will he a special meeting o Court Star of Woodland No 10 F o A this evening at oclock b order of C H JOHNSON Chief Ranger jeHd The new cash register just installed 11 Powell Bros Racket Store has ieen attracting considerable attention It is one of the latest and most im iroved models built by the National Company It is in effect a mechanical tashier handles cash and credit sales money received on account and paid out There are six individual cash drawers for the clerks and at night the register furnishes a total of all cash sales the total number of re ceived on account charge and paidout transactions and a printed statement showing the amount and kind of each transaction and initial of clerk who made it Every time the register is operated it prints a receipt to he given to the customer The register Is a fine piece of mechanism enslly the best one In use here and is but an evidence of the enterprise withwhich this popular store Is managed Lennic Cruz We A MOUNTAIN OF GOLD could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lucia Wilke of Caroline Wis as did one 25c box of Bucklens Arnica Salve when It completely cured a run ning sore on her leg which had tor tured her 23 long years Greatest an tiseptic healer of piles wounds and sores 25 cents at W II Lawsons drug store SPECIAL RATES On June 16th Agent Morris of the Southern Pacific Co will sell round trip tickets to Lake Tahoe for The ticket includes a trip around the lake by water and will be good re turning any time up to June 30th jclCd HAS STOOD THE TEST 26 YEARS The old original GROVES Tasteless Chili Tonic You know what you are taking It IB Iron and quinine In a tasteless form No cure no pay 50c SCIATICA CURED After twenty years of torture Fo more than twenty years Mr J B Mas sey of 3322 Clinton St Minneapolis Minn was tortured by sciatica Th pain and suffering which he emit during this time Is beyond coniprehen sion Nothing gave him any perma ncnt relief until he used Chamberlain Pain Balm One application of tha liniment relieved the pain and mad sleep and rest possible and less tha one bottle has effected a pcrmanen cure If troubled with sciatica or rliei matism why not try n 25cent bottl of Pain Balm and see for yourself ho quickly it relieves the pain For sal by f R Shelton Leave orders for City the Ariel Candy Store Leave orders for City the Ariel Candy Store Laundry my 31 Laundry my31 A full line of Florsheim Grohs shoe store shoes a my2Ctf GOOD MAN GONE Illllll i assing of William A ton Wednesday Night her of the M E church lie was also H member of Madromv Camp No 186 Woodmen of Iho World and Court Star of Woodland No 10 F of A Ho was also a member of an A O U W lodge In Americns Kansas Mr Kdmiston was quiet and unos less and exemplary In nil he relations of life and md devoted to his family He lived worthily and his j memory will he cherished by all who knew him e Hail Been 111 for Nearly Two Years and Hia Affliction Was Incurable REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS By bo death of William Alexander dmtston which occurred at the ram s resilience 213 Elliot I si reel a few linntes after 11 oclock Wednesday Ight hi family loses a devoted htis and and father and the community ii honorable upright and exemplary llzcn A few years ago Mr Edinlslon was onsidcred to be a man of robust eallh and a fine specimen of physical lanhood About two years ago he attacked with Inkcmla a disease f the spleen that is usually falal About 15 months ago he went to an Francisco where bo obtained emI loymcnl and in the mean line using the Xray ncnt On January liiih while riving a team for a milling company 0 was thrown out of I he wagon and overely injured From that limo his iCcline became more noticeable llow ver the physicians are of the opinion hai the ucidcnl did not hasten death Ol Illo llith of April lie relKrnod to Voodlatnl tint ntutinnrd lo fall and a weeks ago bis mother Mrs Sarah dmislon whose homo is in Amoricus Kansas was summoned She arrived ibont 11 days ago Ills sister Mrs CUa Stockman of Pendleton Oregon vas also summoned and both were at lis bedside when death relieved his ferings He was unconscious after 1 oclock Wednesday afternoon and his Kissing was apparently peaceful and iialnless Deceased was a native of Tiidcn lltnois and was years 1 mouths nd 28 clays old When he was only 15 years of age Ills parents Rufns Kil inston and wife removed to Amcrl Kansas His father died in Kan s many years ago On the 14th of April 1887 the sub ioct of this sketch was married in Americus to Miss Minnie Hill who survives him To them were born two laughters Misses Edith and Carrie both of whom reside in this city The family came to California 15 years ago They first located In Yolo and lived here ever since For ten years they lived in the home where he died Deceased also loaves one brother S 1 Edmiston of Arnerlcits Kansas Mr Ediniston was a consistent mem NOT IF AS RICH AS ROCKEFELLER If you had all the wealth of Rocke feller the Standard Oil magnate you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The most eminent physiriaii can not prescribe a beter preparation for colic and diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform sticcess of this j QUfRTC remedy has shown it to be superior to OAllll A 0 all others It never fails and when rej duced with water and sweetened Is i pleasant to take Every family should be supplied will It Sold hy J Jt Shelton Homer Steclo to George and John Uoniface Block A Gulnda colony Irnct Christian Witto to Wllhelmlne 28 20 30 and west Vj of lot lf block Hi Washington Florence Atkinson et al lo Charles F Noyis UMs 13 M lii Ill block 2D Wash ington Charles F Noyes o R I Wilson Lois 11 nnil lli block 20 Washington 1C I Wilson et al to Annie Wilson Lot 13 block 20 Washington lOllxa A Gallup to Rffa M lord rt al North M of northeast of section 17 lownshlp 12 north range 1 west FIRE AT ESPARTO Discovered in Time to Prevent a Big Conflagration in tto 10 oo 10 oo 10 oo ID 00 It Was Probably of Incsndiary Ori gin But No Clues Hava Tet Been Discovered TORT UNA TB MISSOURI ANS When 1 was a druggist at Lavo nla Mo writes T J Dwycr now of tiraysvllle Mel three ot my custom era wnrn permanently cured of con Kiinnilion by Dr Klups Now Discovery anil aro well and strong today One was trying to sell his property and move o Arizona but after using Now Discovery a short time he found it ini necesfiaiy lo do so 1 regard Dr Kings Now Discovery as the most wonderful medicine In existence Surest cough and cold cure and throat and hint healer Guaranteed by W 11 Lawson druggist Me and l Trial Ixitlk free ESPARTO June bnlldlng in which 19 located the Murphy store the postofflce and telephone offices iad a very narrow escape from de struction by Wednesdar night About 11 oclock Mr Austin came cut of the church and was surprised to discover a blaze In the rear ot the milding on tho first floor landing from which the entrance to the up stairs Is made Fortunately the discovery was made before the flames had gained much A number of people prompt ly responded to the alarm and a buck et brigade quickly extinguished the flames The damage was trifling A door was partly destroyed and a part ot the flooring of the landing was burn ed The prevailing opinion Is that the origin of tho fire was Incendiary as evidences that coal oil was poured on the landing have been discovered but nobody has any suspicions us to who the guilty party may bo or what wera the motives that Influenced him to commit such a crime A representative of the sheriffs office Is here this afternoon making an investigation but so far no clues have been discovered For a good snave haircut or sham go to Dlnzlers barber shop tf For a 1100 bottle of the best whisk ey got the Pepper at the Manhattan myTtt SATURDAYS ECONOMY TRADE PALACE BOYS SHIRT SALE GOLF AND Its the same Yes sir the same class of shirts that brought us so many of the men two weeks ago These shirts are of thesame lot secured through the misfor tune was them with the mens shirts at our own price They are of heavy Madras and Percale and are regularly sold for 75 and 85 cents Saturday they go at 48 cents They will make customers for Fred for years to come JKPPER WHISKEY l Wo are distributors for the celebrat cd old Pepper Whiskey The Man hattan myTtf 48c We take particular delight in fitting odd men YOU KNOW FRED ALWAYS ALERT those lightweight iipaca and Bine Serge Hot Weather Coats Made without lining All sizes All prices STOMACH TROUBLES Mrs Sue Martin an old and hlghl respected resident of Falsonla Miss was sick with stomach trouble for more than six months Chamberlains Stomach anri Liver Tablets cured her She saya I can now cat anything 1 want and am tho proudest woman In tho world to find such a good mcdl cine For sale by J R Shelton SOKB NIPPLES A cure may he effected by applying Chamberlains Salve as soon as the child is done nursing Wipe It of with a soft cloth hefore allowing the child to nurse Many trained nurses use this salve with the hest results Price 25 cents per hox Sold hy J H Shel ton druggist DANGEROUS TO NEGLECT A COLD How often do we hear It remarked Its only a cold and a few days later learn that the man Is on his bach with pneumonia This Is of such common occurrence thru a cold however slight should not he disregarded Chamber lains Cough Remedy counteracts any tendency of n cold to result In pneumo nia and has gained Its great popu larity and extensive sale by Ito prompt cures of this most common ailment It always curea and Is pleasant to take For sole hy J R Sholton THE PERFECT WAY Scores of Woodland Citizens Have Learn ed It If yon suffer from backache There is only one way to cure it Teh perfect way is to cure the kid neys A bad back means sick kidneys Neglect It urinary troubles follow Ooans Kidney Pills are made for kidneys only Are endorsed by Woodland people Mrs II Horspall of 710 Elm street Woodland Calif says Doans Kidney Pills gave me great relief from backache and widney trouble They are most worthy of recommendation and do all that s claimed for them I also know of others who have got the mosh gratifying relief from the use of oDanR Kidney Pills and I can very heartily endorse your remedy for I know It to bo one of great value In curing backache and widney troubles For sate by all dealers Price cents For sale hy FosterMiIbiirn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the lako no other Stout Thin Tall Short In Our Complete Stock of Smart Clothes Rosenberg Go 613 615 Main Street BUNCH OF BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY For our own good and yours we are offering sonic splendid bargains for next Saturday as will be seen in the appended list Sale on at tlie usual hour Allwool summer weights for Alterations extra Only a dozen left Must go What is lettol some choice assoitmeDt Long H aiflio Sle6es Go fo initials 25cent jalne only 9c One and onehalf yards long All bound Elegant patterns lor Piirfq Mgb Same size is those above and as substantially bound Have 2 of taenr for 76 THE VOGUE   

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