Woodland Daily Democrat, July 9, 1906

Woodland Daily Democrat

July 09, 1906

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 9, 1906, Woodland, California WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 185» WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA. MONDAY EVENING, JULY ii, 1900. DAILY! ESTABLISHED I STT. HE RAILROAD KNOCKS WOODLAND ply unbearable in an enterprising city like Woodland. From expressions beard lie Train Service Soon to Be in Force Will be the Poorest in the History ot This City. 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 e oMndustry    will be"Injuriously af-I    new train could run by way of    Wood- '    land    and benefit all cities and    towns cted. iY now seems assured that the South-n Pacific Company is determined to rike Woodland a blow the effect of hich will be paralyzing, and so farflung in its consequence that every on every hand we are confident that the people will not tamely submit to such an injustice. They are going tot enter a vigorous protest, lf that tails to bring relief tthey are going to make a struggle for their rights. Fortunately the means are at hand which will enable them to make an effective fight. They have no desire to antagonize the Southern Pacific. They prefer that amicable relations should continue between them and the corporation. They will first try pacific methods but if these fail they are not going to submit to such injustice without making a vigorous effort to preserve their rights. •    _____ HAYRIDE PARTIES to Worland without an incident worthy of special mention. A congenial company consisting of TERRILE ACCIDENT AT HAMMON CITY Mrs. Carrie Bean Gray Honored By Old Friends. Other Hayrides and Swimming Parties and Amusements at Cache Creek Last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. l^e Pierce and children, Mrs. Pierce, Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Kl Mo and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Huston and children drove out to camp on the north bank of Cache creek Saturday evening. After a splendid lunch and |a delightful relaxation in the exhilarating evening atmosphere the return trip to Woodland was made in safety. ♦♦♦ A number of swimming parties, both male and female, wen* out for a good Boat Overturns and Mrs. E. E. Burgess Drowned and Three Others Have Narrow Escape. Late Saturday afternoon the news time Saturday evening. Tile water of reached Woodland by the Power (’om-(’ache creek is running swift, and it l)any*g telephone line that Mrs. E. E. Is deep enough for easy swimming. It BurgeW| had ^n ,irowned near Ham- WM also warm enough to be pleasant. A mere statement of what Is propos- that will be benefited by the new ar-positively so absurd that we rangement except Roseville, Lincoln p    *    .    I    «    tiff    Al__.1    4    L    tViom eT™Ze7 that'experienced railroad I and Wheatland, and the ihree of them en have given the plan serious con- combined are not of the Importance deration. But we can assure our I of Woodland. adore that the plan has not only been lf the purpose of the change Is to Attired but It Is to be put In operation give Chico another train, (hie can be soon ne the new time table can he | done without any expense to the com- pany and at the same time improve the service between Chico, Marysville. I COURTHOUSE NEWS. mon City. where Mrs. This whole community. Burgess lived nearly all made to rescue Mrs. Burgess from the The fatal accident occurred at about 1:45 o’clock In the afternoon. The boat contained Mrs. E. E. Burgess, Mrs. Jennie Lawrence, Frank Grogan and Z. E. Himes. Mrs. Lawrence is a daughter of the late Charles Heintzen “ BABE ” KNIGHT. Irinted. In the rearrangement of the new rhcdules Woodland has-been given no (Woodland and San ^rAnclsca lore consideration than if it were a [leepy village of one hundred inhabit-Ints. There Is not a watering tank Inywhere on the line that will not en- The Has Narrow and Miraculous Escape Fr.m Death A hayride and moonlight party was given Saturday evening by Misses tai rte and Mrs. Carrie Bean Gray, of Fresno VT. H. Grant, attorney for plaintiff in the ease of Dr. J. T. Grant vs. sun- has filed pro- From the Bee’s special service, under a Willows date line of July "th. we take the following: "Enoch Knight, an employe at the Ivory Mill in the Coast Range mountains. twelve miles from Elk Creek, had a narrow and miraculous escape from death on Wednesday when he was rolled down a hill and over a cliff by a falling pile of lumber. Knight was standing between two high piles of him lier when the under and highly esteemed, was shocked by the terrible news, which .•..nu. to her sister. Mrs. George Bots-Annie Blowers, in honor of |set Telephone tV*1"p;»ny ^ VV-nA Zntford. Her mother. Mrs. Lucy Mal- The| posed amendments to tin defendants    .    hpr br0|her \y. F. Malcolm. ... proposed bill of exceptions    ^    ln    ^geiey    and all start was made about seven o clock. |    v    Huston, attorney for J. IL *tU>rt*\o Us'ate them in time for them The mode of    ‘    '    *    “*        “    *”    * “    41 her life. and where she was so well jj"’Drowns Valley and she was spending a few days as the guest of Mrs.Bur-gcss. and her hoetesa planned a trip to one of the big gold dredgers for Saturday afternoon that she might aes these Immense burrowing machines at work. It was arranged that she should go a Urn rd Dredger No. 7. which had wagon equipped filled with alfalfa stout pair of draft twenty-five people, old and young, in I son va Frank Anderson, have The smit chosen for the! a motion to tax costs. train might be run to Davis to meet the train that leaves San Francisco at 7 o’clock.    Passengers,    mail and    ex press for Woodland, Marysville and y equal privileges and advantages! Chico could be transferred at Davis Rh the county seat of Yolo county, and reach their destination an hour    ..................... ........ ne of the    busiest, most progressive earlier than they do under the prest    pinning which supported one of the un nmmUlnr cities In the Sn era men-1 schedule.    'piles    above him gave way, and rolled I The mileage Is seven miles greater    down the hill carrying him in tin* The business men    and    the    traveling I    from Sacramento to MarysvilU    via    '    thrown    fifteen    feet    over    a who pour    from    twenty    to    Woodland    than it Is vim    Roseville.    But I ^ and some    cif    the    lumber    fell    on thousand dollars every | by running the train aB we have mig-    him. When found by fellow work-    grouped nn the big    can van    and and Us the party The spot    ....    I" judge Finch of Glenn county, who camping place    was    the graven}    ann I heard the petition for letters of guar- sandy bar on    the    north    side °f I tliunKlclp of Mabel Waughtel. has Cache creek and just    east of    the    Ne I-1 rendered a decision, but as he omitted ...    I    to sign his name to the document It son bridge.    1    was returned to him for n correction Of course, tile feature of the part* I f ^ urolnton He decided that the was the fine lunc h which was served I father, Charles H. NNuughtel. Is en-on an Improvised canvas table spread I titled to the guardianship, upon the sand. Tile menu consisted of J Judge Gaddis heard Hic* follow-rellaliM,    cold moots, tried .rn* baked Chicken, sandwiches, cake. leo-K teM#rB of administration. < ream unci delicious hot coffee. Aft**rJ ||mn*ci one week. the lunch was over the company was| Estate and guardianship of Bridget flied I    — ------ „    ... of the way by automobile. The mother, W. F. Malcolm and wife ‘ “ Sunday uity-flve ' . . #lw    of    the    corpora-1 gested a swing train between Sacra- men he was hurled beneath tne nim- ,    ,    lo    a    nim,her    of songs well ren Z UTZ    l    —4.....  and    Day...    to    w.th    the    I    ber    -JJS    ............. wh„  ------------ lion I Ugli Summers, incompetent Petition fen sale of real estate Granted and bonds fixes! at $1500. Estate of John D. Stephens -I I- away on the evening air until its last is lost In the distance. Iso made to other camps! changes that    will affect them I Oregon express would be unnecessary I    u,ought he WUB dead. but he    regained .I iiv    thousands of dollars every I and the company would actually save    consc iousness in a short    time*    and    told    fajnl    , , ho    wt knni,    I limn men necoobl-1 nineteen mile* .»ery day by running    Ma .■on.^nloM that he    wa«    glad    Ibal    v|b)1    W(,l(1    m, .rain via Wood land.    J    5k.n    to    Elk Croak for mod- nearby.. The drive home wa. not the tlon From San Francisco to MrysvlWLj attention and it was found that least enjoyable feature of the party, granted. .... la    Woodland    is    123 miles, and from h|g breastbone was broken. The skin An invigorating and refreshing) G l\ K<" \\iKr ; ‘ u "iJhm'.'i-inr'und the p^Vple of Wood-lsan Francisco to Marysville via Sac- was torn off in patches and he was    (rom    the south prevailed and ava*]***** ll to HI mito* From Ban    .overed with bruises    lhe    m00nUght    was    aim. day. The party reached Woodland on and Mrs. Fred Snavely left morning for Hammon t tty, lei assist in the search for the body. The Marysville Appeal of Sunday morning published the following account of the deplorable accident: • An accident of the Yuba river, near Hammon City. Saturday resulted In the drowning of Mrs. E. B Burgess. wife* of the man In charge of the substation of the Bay Coonties Power Company. There were many features of the drowning which make It one of the most sui cl eases ever en,cried in Yuba county. The three other occupants of the boat Which capsized In i lid stream were also nearly drowned md Z E Himes, superintendent of dredgers for the Yuba Consolidated just. dug across the Yuba river and was working on the north bank. A ferry, with a large cable stretched acrose the river, had been built to keep the boats from going down stream with the swift current. Mr. Himes had consented to take Mrs. Burgess and her friends across the river and show them over the dredger, and Frank Grugan was to go across about that time and he Joined the party. The water is about 20 feet deep and very 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 much weight in the Ih>w , and when the boat reached the swiftest part of the stream It roiled over before any of the occupant! had time to make the least move to save themselves. Aa the boat went over Himes grabbed both of tbs women and held on to them until they cams to the ital account of trustees and petition (}oldfields Company, is quite Bt on ac for distribution. Continued one week. r(Hint of tbs gallant fight which he Estate of Henrietta Lewis Final account and |M*tition for adminisiru- 1 Account settled and petition (Continued on Fourth PICA) ll. I. lo a great rn*.aor. duo .o th. Francleco to Chico over the two route H. Beek— Demurrer and motion to strike out. Demurrer overruled Motion to strike I moat as bright ^**|(,ut granted. IO days to answer. Ha-st'Aiul SAY, MR. MAN! .Lr    Did    YOU    get    I ll EH IB 111 a RI ***** iucttoi.iv    —    I    *    •    tis i olicy and the Influence of Mr. Morris, the difference in favor of the Wood- ^ *    -     —    I    I    -    —    J    I*.    til    tit!    likU GRASSHOPPERS the return trip about midnight. It was I BASEBALL NEWS. th. local agent While he ha. ever|tand route Is 19 miles    j    okuMwpers    have Invaded some or delightful ut.:,lr. sueh us Is alway. Cen loyal to the interests of the com-1 Under the new schedule Marysville, ^ clover Helds in the vicinity or assured when tin* Misses Blowers are La* he has earnestly endeavored to! thirty-five miles farther away from Woodland. and in one instance they |    h iring about •    ..... .......-•"din.I San Frandaco than la Woodland, will have ^tacked a vineyard. They hay.. lostc'Hses. out a better understanding I sun rrunciwo nom m  ....... i,a»B    V-**™™"    "r/TL    ^'oTthe    i    +++    I    Independents    defeat**! the corporation and its pat-1 receive the San Francisco mail about    of    "the    B,0%Verh    estate    that    it    has"/    Mrs.    Walter    Farley    of    San    Frau-    StalH    who    defeated -eturn for his good offices the I an hour and twenty minutes eailiei    to    cut    for    hay    a    trop    cisco    was    the    guest    of    honor    »t    a    hay-1 team Oil the Itll of I yet wet'll pons. In return The local team will play the Independents. a fast Sui raipeiiU) **:»m. cm the local diamond, next Sunday. The defeated the Tierney the Woodland iiy. Em.mailooa In (he Bacnuwotu    val-1 calved    In Woodland,    la    this lair treat-    dei rayed    large    number, of the hop- “*U    1    men, the |HX>ple    of    Woodland    and    pele.________ More ticket, are aold here than areLlclnlty?    „    REMOVED TO VACAVILLE M at all the h tai Iona    between    here    Whan th. new time    card joe.    IMO    I TO BB    BBMOV«iT« „,l Heil Bluff un lh.    went aide. or    effect    bual ne- men    of    Woodland    will _ r rtr. x ~ - -k r- rraD,r over the Central Pacific. The great .md the S.icrsmentO Evening ibc wit    (athar. Major W. J Still, who , ..ii, the freight received from the! lye received al>out the same lime.    ,mg    been suffering    several months bulk Of the freight r «    Woodland passengers who go    to    from    the effiats of a    paralytic stroke «ast is routed over the company s lines. >Ytyu«i»u i    »    <kr    ...    the    home of Ills nephew Carter All this seems to have been over-1 Dunnigan and way poi! .    y| Uial pjaiP    ^he major was looked or forgotten in the rearrange- Knights landing, will lie compelled to Hble U>    his son and friends. time table. Woodland I stay all night or walk back. A "‘“^'ibut not able to converse with them. that run from the high hanks on lite north to the water’s edge of the c reek. A splendid lunch was served and after A party composed of Dr. J. W. Stitt, i an enjoyable hour s re st in the «eyed of idge* Bristow, John Caugby and l'S<‘1 the evening the return trip was made The Stockton team defeated the Cordovas in Sacramento last Sunday by a ore of 4 to 2. Hoy played with the or do van. ♦♦♦ ------ —    .    * Aal i The* Chico team defeated the Native o Cache creek aud selected un Inviting |    ^<r    amen to c»n the Chico dla- anudng SIMM on the clean beds of sand |    nrt a,,,,Hay The Hour Imrthers 45BhnM0U0MifV«A »aoK»KF e A BPOL UT g    GA    NT    I you ^et that circular telling why you should wear Flax-all linen mesh under wear ? This is Dr. toooo • •layed with the Native Son-DRUGSTORE SOLD The Zltnmennan drug store l a changed hands Mrs. /<iniiiici iilhi ba?- Buhjeited to th. moat dra.tk| l.ndlt* having bualnM. In the <k,lu.a ghoul,.    ♦    '• »nt. in this article we Mtalljcourts will have to sia> n os    ^ |lt,ar future*.—V’acaville Report- ^ ^ ment of the new I is to be punishment not .atternp that Influeiffe a change so disastrous of this city. | springs will not reach their destina much before midnight and TO SUBSCRIBERS. pyto fathom the motives nights a    «o    dlFastrousl    Woodland passengers to Bartlett er. the A LAST WARNING __ Ahe bu sin* na Interests We propose to state the facts as we I Hon believe them to be aud point out the traffic between the two places wll results that seem likely to follow and practically destroyed. Woodland ron- readers to draw their own not afford to have any more bas. ba I _____ _.«!,** Mnd ,.ass their own judg-1 games, for visiting taams cannot reach    ^    rep.    ated ly    warned    not    lo    do    so, conclusions and pass    h,.re in (iim* to go on the diamond and    but    take    no    heed    of    the    warning inent.    _    _    I .    .    ...__„c„K* win h<* an Membe rs of the* dub have determined Small boys make a practice of entering the tennis club's dressing and bath house and of running over Hic* courts in coarse shoes. They have Subscribers can have Hie ••Democrat” forwarded to them during their vacation without extra expense, by applying IO this office or to Richard Boyle. news agent. Subscribers who ail to receive the ‘‘Democrat’* regularly will confer a favor by promptly reporting the failure to the “Democrat” office or to Richard Boyle, news agent. ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ disposed of the business Icy two broth E. Lindsay, who Both «*rs, J. IL and W took |m>s se‘ss ic rn this morning. are graduates of the California * oilegi of Pharmacy, and they Atma* with Ho very best of recommendations They are sons of ll W. i.imiHay, ptincipal <»f the Pierce Joint High Bclosd, neat College City. Mr. Lindsay is here and will remain with his sons for a f**w •lay* ♦ 414 Ii I *♦M!+♦+tI I>>$♦♦♦♦♦ iOR CONSI' LTATION. Hereafter Dr. Bush will be in Uood-land for . onHultatlon on Bundays, from I to 4 o’cloc k p. UL, at r**siden< c* of I . W. Bur ti, comer Lincoln avenue an't Kg0*Cfetta£mj AW IR (UXG Third street. jetPtf Wirth’s famous linen mesh underwear. Strange to soy it is cool in summer and warm in winter. I am warm blooded and I am wearing it; sofar the claim I think is right. It certainly feels very nice, and we have had some fairly warm weather. DR. WIRTH. Under the proposed schedule the Or-J keeping them o\tr^rdght^^^|^ JJ’JJit up with this Impoeition no long ton express which now arrives here expense that the 11:55 will not be due until about J stand, o’clock. The Oregon express which People who sn ivel here at 3:57 will be due aboutlery routes will not have t 3 o’clock Tills would not be so bad livered for twenty-four hours if the Oroville trains were allowed U>|the present regulations Hie rural econ their present schedule. er. Parents had    better keep their children away from the courts. If any live on the    rural    dellv-    0f iheiu go ou the    ground again with heir    mail    de-    out permission of    nome member they Under will be arrested and prosecuted run But] liveries leave the postoffice at I p. m. in order to make NOTICE TO WATER USERS , ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ They are in Our Window   HptGJl' PX LAX AUL. YOU KNOW FRED The Trade Palace Hot Weather Dress Fabrics IWO of them are to he taken off alto- Thin Ie nectary th© round*, i Ihj mail that tin is ♦    ^ **?nd.r the present eehedule    |two tfatocX    UMth.    ^    w    off    temporu Tuesday morning, July loth, about 9 o’clock tile waterworks’ whistle will be mounded. That will be the signal — — rarely ever on time.    ^^ ^ d„ i rl.y for repa.ra 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 as near on schedule time uh it does now. As a result Woodland will receive no mail from Ban Francisco and way points earlier than 2:30 o’clock and it Will often be much later. The company proposes to give Chico »4I 11IH » following. Of course these conditions are sim-+++,t j | »+4 4 I »f♦»»+♦♦♦»+++»+ J. T. BOULWARE, Supt. of Waterworks. An All Wool Suit ♦ BOWEL COMPLAINT IN CHILDREN During the summer months children are subject to disorders of the bowels which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural looseness of the bowels appears. I he best medicine is use for bowel complaint is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ani diarrhoea Remedy, as it promptly Controls any unnatural loosener* of the bowels. For sale by J. K bhei-tOB. CASTORIA Bears the signature of Chaa.H.Fletcher In use (or over thirty years, and The kind you have alway* bought DONT be backward. QLD CHRONIC BORES.    po not Instate to ask for a free As a dressing for old chronic sores sample of Chamberlain's Stomach and there is nothing so good as Chamber- Liver Tablets. We are glad to give Ia n's Salve. While it is not advisable them lo anyone who is troubled with to heal old sores entirely, they should biliousness, constipation, or any dis-te kept Iii tiki .omnium tor ablet, order of the .tomac-h. Mony tov. this salve is especially valuable. For been permanently cured by their usc^ sore nipples Chamberlains Halve bu J, R. Shelton no ^superior. For sale by J. H Se-    TWENTY    YEAR^ATTLE. “I was a loser in a twenty year battle with chronic piles and malignant sores, until I tried Bucklen’s Arnica from a torpid liver aud blockaded g^e which turned the tide, by embowels, unless you awaken them to ing Poth, till not a trace remains, their proper acUon with Dr. Kings writes A. M. Bruce, of Farmville, Va. New Life Pills; the pleasantest and    jor    0jd nicer*, outs, burns ami most effective cure for constipation, wouuds. 25c at W. H. Lawson s drug They prevent appendicitis and tone up the system. 25c at W. H. Lawsons    -—    «•*    allium drug store.    Dyspepsia    is our national ailment cli ag sioie _   j    i    Bitters    is    the    national Dr. R. E. Campbell, dentist, formerly    u    atrength^ns    stomach of Woodland, has returned. jel5tf n^mtr.infefc promotes flow of digestive Leave orders foT City tlarundry at Jg^eee, purifies the blood, builds you i the Ariel Candy Store.    my3ltf    Up ♦ $15.00 VALUE : ON SALE AT $8.95 A HARD LOT. of troubles to contend with, spring LAWNS SWISSES SWISS MUSLINS DIMITIES ORGANDIES MULLS GRENADINES ROSENBERG & CO. 613-615 MAIN STREET She’s here—Good Old Summer Time—and she’s going to stay, welcome or not. But we don’t care, neither would you if you were equipped with some ot our hot weather dress fabrics. Justthe thing to keep cool in and lookcool in. \ ou ll notice on the side lines a few mentioned. Every one ot thosenainescarrics an infinite variety of dainty effects. We are loaded with cool summer goods and we want to help you spend the summer comfortably. Come in and see. THE VOGUE rnrnmmm ;