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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 9, 1906, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1868 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA MONDAY EVENING JULY 0 190G DAILM ESTABLISHED 1WT HE RAILROAD KNOCKS WOODLAND he Train Service Soon to Be in Force Will be the Poorest in the History of This City w seems assured that the South lo no1 i Pacific Company is determined to ike Woodland a blow the effect ot lilch will be paralysing and so far tachlng in its consequence that every e of Industry will be injuriously af ictcd A mere statement of what IB propos seems positively so absurd that we e amazed that experienced railroad icn have given the plan serious con ideration But we can assure our sadere that the plan has not only been latured but it is to be put in operation soon as the new time table can be inted In the rearrangement of the new ehedules Woodland has been given no nore consideration than if it were a leepy village of one hundred inhablt nts There Is not a watering tank nywhere on the line that will not eu y equal privileges and advantages ith the county seal of Yolo county ne of the busiest most progressive nd promising cities in the Sacramen valley The business men and the traveling Wlic who pour from twenty to mttyilve thousand dollars every ontli into tho coffers of the corpora on have not even been consulted lout changes that will affect them nancially thousands of dollars every ear and in some instances necessi ate a change in their methods of do ig business Of lateyears the relations between ie company and the people of Wood and have been of a friendly character his Is in a great measure due to the lolicy and the influence of Mr Morris 10 local agent While he has ever leen loyal to the Interests of the com iany he has earnestly endeavored to jring about a better understanding jetween the corporation and its pat rons In return for his good offices the eople have given him the preference n routing passengers and freight to points where the company has com As a result Woodland now s one of the best revenuepro gfjuon files ai ucing stations in the Sacramento val ey More tickets fire sold here than are aid at all the stations between here vnd Red Bluff on the west side or between Sacramento and Chico on the ast side of tho river Ninetenths of ho passengers going east are routed over the Central Pacific The great bulk o the freight received from the IB grouted over the companys lines AH this seems to have been over ooked or forgotten in the rearrange ment of the new time table Woodland s tobe subjected to the most drastic Jn this article we shall not fathom the motives that Inhueirce a change so disastrous lousinessInterests of this city We iplroposo to state the facts as we believe them to be and point out the results that seem likely to follow and allow our readers to draw their own conclusions and pass their own Judg feent Under the proposed schedule the Or ison express which now arrives here n will not be due until about I oclock The Oregon express which arrives here at will be due about 3 oclock Tills would not be so bad iftho Orovllle trains were allowed to a new train to run via Roseville at the expense of Woodland There are two passenger trains already running each way on the east side and a freight train that carries passengers This new train run by way of Wood land and benefit all cities and towns that will be benefited by the new ar rangement except Hoseville Lincoln and Wheatland and the three of them combined are not of the importance of Woodland If the purpose of the change is to give Chico another train this can be done without any expense to the com pany and at the same time improve the service between Chico Marysville Woodland and San Francisco The train might be run to Davis to meet the train that leaves San Francisco at 7 oclock Passengers mail and ex press for Woodland Marysville and Chico could be transferred at Davis and reach their destination an hour earlier than they do under the present schedule The mileage is seven miles greater from Sacramento to Marysville via Woodland than it is via Roseville But by running the train as we have sug gested a swing train between Sacra mento and Davis to connect with the Oregon express would be unnecessary and the company would actually save nineteen miles every day by running the train via Woodland From San Francisco to Marysville via Woodland is 123 miles and from San Francisco to Marysville via Sac ramento it is 142 miles Prom San Francisco to Chico over the two routes the difference in favor of the Wood land route is 19 miles Under the new schedule Marysville thirtyfive miles farther away from San Francisco than is Woodland will receive the San Francisco mail about an hour arid twenty minutes earlici than the same mall will be received in Woodland Chico people 185 miles from San Francisco via Sacramento will get their San Francisco papers al most at the same hour they are re ceived in Woodland Is this fair treat ment to the people of Woodland anr vicinity Whan tlie new time card goes into effect business men of Woodland wil not be able to reply to San Francisco letters on the day tliQy are received Tlie San Francisco morning paper and the Sacramento Evening Bee wil be received about the same lime ply unbearable in an enterprising city I like Woodland From expressions beard on every hand we are confident that the people will not tamely submit to such an injustice They are going to enter a vigorous protest If that falls to bring relief tthey are going to make a struggle for their rights Fortunatej ly the meins are lit hand which will j enable them lo make an effective fight They have no desire to antagonize the Southern Pacific They prefer that amicable relations should con tinue between them and the corpora tion They will first try pacific metli ods but if these fail they are not going to submit to such Injustice without taking a vigorous effort to preserve icir rights BtBEriJ6HT HAYRIOE PARTIES Mrs Darrie Bean Gray Honored By Old Friends run on their present schedule But two of them are to be taken off alto gether Under the present schedule the Or egon express Is rarely ever on time When it Is relied on to do the work which two trains are now required to perform it is unreasonable to expect It to run asnear on schedule time as It does now As a result Woodland will receive no mall from San Francisco and way earlier than oclock and it will often be much later company proposes to give Chico Vl M 11 MM I H 11111111 BOWEL COMPLAINT fN CHILDREN During the summer monthschildren are subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention asf soon ns the first unnatural loose ness of the bowels appears The best medicine Is nae for bowel complaint Is Oamberlalns Colic Cholera and UUfrrhoea Remedy as It promptly AonlrolB nny unnatural looseness oC Woodland passengers who go ti Dunnigan and way points or t Knights Landing will be compelled ti stay all night or walk back A Wood landlte having business in the Colusi courts wiJJ have to stay In CoJwsa tivc nights Woodland passengers to Bartlet springs will not reach their destina tlon much before midnight and b traffic between the two places will 1 practically destroyed Woodland can not afford to have any more bnseba games for visiting teams cannot reac here in time to go on the diamond an keeping them over night will be a expense that the business will no stand People who live on the rural deli ery routes will not have their mail d livered for twentyfour hours Unde the present regulations the rural de liveries leave the postofftce at 1 p m This Is necessary in order to make the rounds The mail that arrives at two oclock which is the principal mail of the day will have to lay In the postoffice until 1 oclock on the day following Of course these conditions are slm f as Narrow and Miraculous Frjm Death From tie Bees special service un ar a Willows date line of July 7th e take the following Enoch Knight an employe at the vory Mill in the Coast Range moun lins twelve miles from Elk Creek ad a narrow and miraculous escape death on Wednesday when he ns rolled down a hill and over a cliff y a falling pile of lumber Knight was standing between two igh piles of lumber when the untlev inning which supported one of the lies above liim gave way and rolled hill carrying him in the own the reck He was thrown fifteen feet over a lift and some of the lumber Cell on tin When found by fellow work icn he was buried beneath the luni r with his liead across a scantling He was covered with blood and they bought he was dead but be regained onsciousness in a short time and told is companions that lie was glad that hey were not the unfortunate ones Ho was taken to Elk Creek for nied cal attention and it was found that a breastbone was broken The skin ifi torn off in patches and lie was overet with bruises QH4SSHOPPERS Grasshoppers have invaded some ol be clover fields in the vicinity of Woodland und in one instance they lave attacked a vineyard They have ecome such a menace in one of the elds of the Blowers estate that It has jeen decided to cut for hay a crop of alfalfa that was intended for seed Phe presence of these pests are noted ny in n few localities and it is hoped hat they will soon disappear Irvin itowers has an ingenious contrivance or capturing them and he has already lestroyed larye numbers of tlie hop lers Other Hayrides and Swimming Par ties and Amusements at Cache Creek Last Saturday TO BE REMOVED TO VACAVILLE A party composed of Dr J W Stitt Indge Bristow John Caughy and Lee Gates made a trip to Guinda on the Fourth In Dr Stilts auto The object of the journey was to call ori the doc tors father Major W J Stilt who has been suffering several months from the effects of a paralytic stroke at the home of his nephew Carter Stitt at that place The major was able to recognize ills son and friends but not able to converse with them Shonldhe remain as strong as at pres ent he will be removed to Vacaville in the near Report er A hayride and moonlight party was iven Saturday evening by Misses Car rie and Annie Blowers in honor of Mrs Carrie Beau Oray of Fresno The start was made about seven oclock The mode of conveyance was a liie wagon equipped with a hay bed halt filled with alfalfa and drawn by a stout pair of draft horses There wore twentyfive people old and young in the party Tlie spot chosen for lie camping place was Hie gravelly and sandy bar on the north side of Cache creek and just east of the Kel son bridge Of course the feature of the party was the fine lunch which was served on an improvised canvas table spread upon the sand The menu consisted of relishes salads cold meats fried and linked chicken sandwiches cake ice cream and delicious hot coffee Attor the lunch was over the company was grouped ou the big canvas and and lis tened to a number of songs well ren dered Iho melody of which was wafted away on the evening air until its last faint echo wua lost in the distance Visits iveztf also made to other camps nearby The drive home was not the least enjoyable feature of the party An invigorating and refreshing breexo from the south prevailed anil the moonlight was almost as bright as day The party reached Woodland on the return trip about iniduight It was a delightful affair such us is always assured when the Misses Blowers are the hostesses Mrs Walter Farley of San Fran Cisco was tlie guest of honor nt n hay ride party given by Mr and Mrs Sam Williams Saturday evening A fla rack and alfalfa covered witli canvas furnished i unique method of convey nice The uarty left Woodland a few minutes after 7 oclock and drove on to Gaelic creek and selected uu invitiuj amping spot on the clean beds of Sam that run from tlie high banks on ti north to tlie waters edge of tlie creek A splendid lunch was served and afte nn enjoyjiblr hours rest in tlie cool o A LAST WASHING Small boys make a practice of enter ing the tennis clubs dressing and bath house and of running over the courts in coarse shoes They have been repeatedly warned not to do so but take no heed of the warning Members of the club have determined to put up with this imposition no long er Parents had better keep their children away from the courts If any of tliem go on the ground again with out permission of some member they will be arrested and prosecuted the evening the return trip was mad TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers can have the Democrat forwarded to them during their vacation without extra expense by applying to this office or to Richard Boyle news agent Subscribers who fail to receive the Demo crat regularly will confer a favor by promptly reporting the failure to the Democrat office or to Richard Boyle news agent Woodland without an Incident wor ty of special mention j A congenial compiiny consisting of TERRILE ACCIDENT AT HAMMON CITY a1 and Mrs lj Pierce and children I Irs Pierce Mr and Mrs T H Kitto nd Mr and Mis W S Huston and lildrcn drove out to camp on the j orth hank of Cache crcck Saturday veiling After a splendid lunch and delightful relaxation in the exhllnrj ting evening atmosphere the return ip to Woodland was made in safety i A number of swimming parties both lale and female were out for a good me Saturday evening The water of creek is running swill unit It deep enough for easy swimming It as also warm enough to be pleasant W li firniil utionioy for plulntiff i the case of Dr J T Grant vs Sim et Telephone Company has filed pro osed amendments to tho defendants roposcd bill of exceptions A C Huston attorney for J II Boat Overturns and Mrs E E Burgess Drowned and Thru Others Have Narrow Escape rlido fit al inlorvcmors in the case of lie people vs Manuel Contcutc lias lied an answer to he crosscomplaint Hurst Hurst attorneys for dc eiKlant In the case of Nettle Ander 011 vs Frank Anderson have filed motion to tax costs Judge Finch of Glenn county who enrrt lie petition for letters of guar iimship ot Mabel Wanghtel has endered a decision but as he omitted o sign his name to the document it fas returned to him for a correction f the omission He decided that the ntlier Charles H Wanghtel is en itlecl to the guardianship Judge Gaddis heard lie follow ng calendar Afondny July Btli Estate of R C Petition or letters of Con limed one week Estate and guardianship ot Bridget imimers incompetent Petition for ule of real estate Granted and bomln tali J6CIO Estate of John Fl al account of trustees and petition or distribution Continued one week Estate of Henrietta Lewis Final ccoiuit and petition for admlnislru lon Account settled and petition ranted G V Koenig vs John II eimirrer and motion lo strike demurrer overruled Motion to strike nt granted 10 days to answer MEWS The local team will piny the ludc jendonls a fast Sacramento fenn on he local diamond next Sunday Tho mlcpeiidents defeated the Tlernny Stars who defeated the cam on tlic Itlio July Late Snturdny afternoon the news reached Woodland by tho Power Com panys telephone line that Mrs E E Burgess had been drowned near Ham mon City This whole community whore Mrs Uurgess lived nearly all her lite and where she was so wel known nnd highly esteemed was shocked by the terrible news which iiuue to her slstor Mrs George Bots tord Her mother Mrs Lucy Mal colm and her brother W F Malcolm nnd liis wife wore In Berkeley and all efforts to locate them In time for them to come to Woodland on the afternoon train were fullle They were found however In time tor them to take tho Oregon express which reaches Davis about 11 oclock They came the rest of tlie way by automobile The mother W F Malcolm and wife and Mrs Fred Suavely left Sunday morning for Hnminon City to assist iu the search for tho body The Marysville Appeal ot Sunday morning published the following ac count of the deplorable accident An accident of the Yuba river near Iliiinmon City Snturdny resulted In Iho drowning of Mrs E E Burgess wife of lift man in charge of tho sub station of the Bay Counties Power Company There were many features tif the drowning which make It one of the most snd cases ever enacted in Yuba county Tlie tbroo other occu pants of the boat whUh capsized In mid stream were also nearly drowned and E I limes superintendent of dredgers for the Yuba Consolidated Company is quite 111 on ac count of the gallant fight which he made to rescue Mrs Burgess from the water Tlie fatal accident occurred at about oclock In the afternoon The boat contained Mrs EE Burgess Mrs Jennie Lawrence Frank Qrugan and Z E Hlmes Mrs Lawrence la a r of the late Charles Heintzen ot Browns Valley and ahe was spend ing a few days as the guest of MrsBur gess and her hostess planned a trip to ono of the big gold dredgers or Saturday afternoon that she might see theso immense burrowing machines at work It was arranged that she should go aboard Dredger No 7 which had just dug across the Yuba river and was working on tho north bank A ferry with a large cable stretched across tho river had been built to keep the boats from going down stream with the swift current Mr Hlmes had consented to take Mrs Burgess and her friends across toe river and show them over the dredger and Frank Grugan was to go across about that time and lie joined tho party The water Is about 20 feet deep and vory swift where the accident occurred All went well until the party reached the middle of the stream The four persons were distributed in the boat so there was too ranch weight in the bow and when the boat reached the swiftest part of the stream It rolled over before any of the occupants had time to make tlie least move to gave themselves As the boat went over Hlines grabbed both of the women held on to them until they came to the Continued on Fourth Page SAY MR MAN The Stockton team defeated the Cor lovas in Sacramento Insl Sunday by a score of 4 to 2 Hoy played with the Joidovas ABBOLUTIUVHVQBSla The Chio team defeated I he Nnllve SOUR of Sacramento in the Chico dia mond Sunday The brothers played with the Native Sons t DRUGSTORE SOLD e Zimmerman drug sLure has changed bunds Mrs lias disposed of the business to two Ijrotli ers J R and W K Lindsay who took possession this morning Both are graduates of the California College 1 of Pharmacy and they come with the very best of recommendations They are sons ot D W Lindsay principal of the Pierce Joint Hish School nciir College City Mr Lindsay is hero and will remain witii his sons for a few days FOR CONSULTATION Hereafter Dr Bush will be in Wood land for consultation on Sundays from 1 to i oclock p in at residence ol C W Bush corner Lincoln avenue and Third street je20tf SOTICE TO WATER USERS Tuesday morning July 10th about 9 oclock the waterworks whistle will lie sounded That will be the signal that water will be shut off tempora rily for repairs For sale by J R Shel thn bowels ton OA8TORIA signature of ChuHFletchcr In use for over thirty years and Thekind you have alwayi bought OLD CHRONIC SORES As a dressing for old chronic sores there Is nothing so good as Chamber lains Salve While it is not advisable to heal old sores entirely they should be kept in good condition for which this salve is especially valuable For sore nipples Chamberlains Salve has no superior For sale by J R Shel ton J T BOULWARE Supt of Waterworks DONT BE BACKWARD Do not hesitate to ask for a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets We are glad to give them to anyone who is troubled with biliousness constipation or any dis order of the stomach Many have been permanently cured by their use J H Shelton A HARD LOT of troubles to contend with spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kings New Life Pills the plcasantest and most effective cure for constipation They prevent appendicitis and tone up tho system 26c at W H Lawsons drug store Dr U E Campbell dentist formerly of Woodland has returned jelBtf Leave orders for City Laundry nt the Artel Candy Store TWENTY YEAR BATTLE I was n loser In a twenty year bat tle with chronic plies and malignant sores until I tried Bncklena Arnica Salve which turned the tide by cur Ing both till not a trace remains writes A M Bruce of Fnrmvllle Va Best for old ulcers cuta burns and wounds 25c at W H Lawsons drug store Dyspepsia is our national ailment Burdock Blood Bitters Is tlie national cure for It It strengthens stomach membranes promotes flow of digestive mySUf Hp Juices purifies the blood builds you THEY ARE IN OUR AN ALL WOOL SUIT VALUE ON SALE AT ROSENBERG CO 1 613615 MAIN STREET Did you get that circular telling why you should wear Flaxall linen mesh under wear This is Dr Wirths famous linen mesh under wear Strange to say it is cool in summer and w arm in i n ter I atn warm blooded and lam wearing it sofar the claim I think is right It cer tainly feels very nice and have had some fairly warm weather DR WIRTH YOU KNOW FRED The Trade Palace Hot Weather Dress Fabrics LAWNS SWISSES SWISS MUSLINS DIMITIES 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