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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 17, 1906, Woodland, California                                 WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859  PURELY PERSONAL  T “ LOCAL BREVITIES.  WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY EV INNING, JULY IT, 190G.  RAILROAD NOTES  DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877.  COURTHOUSE NEWS.  Comings and Goings of Well-Known People.  Adopt Resolution Authorizing the Bond Election.  .Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland.  I of north of section t>*. township New City hall. an ex-  Items 0 f More or Less Importance J} 2  n  t ^i     Pr0 ^ 0Bed     Change    Would    Be    an  >Td Aldrieh went to Suisun this morning  Miss D. Leithold went to Blacks today.  Mrs. Ed Jacobs Is in Woodland today.  Miss Ora Windsor went to Colusa today.  C. A. Osborne left for Klamath Falls today.  Art Powers made a trip to Sat ra mento today.  John Volonte made a trip to Sacramento today.  Abu Morris went to Sun Francis™ this morning.  P. H. Elliott and family went to Yuba City today.  City Recorder Ball left f° r  Garfield Park this morning.  H. A. Olliver and family left today for Samuel springs.  Miss Juliet Jacobs has gone to Rum-sey for a week's visit.  A special meeting of the el tv trustees was held Monday evening for the ' purpose of considering a resolution calling for a bond election. This resolution was read and adopted. It enumerates the following improvements as necessary:    .  tension of the city water mains and the sewer system, the improvement of parks, and the paving of Main street from the railroad to cemetery avenue, where not now paved. The additional coat of paving would probably he about $20,000, which would increase the bond i  issue to $66,000.  A Burnett and IT. Bertram s application for a liquor license waa granted.  Trustee Balfour reported that the Marston estate wants $275 for 12 feet east of the waterworks and It. feet north of Keehn Bros.* land. necessary to straighten Fifth street. The estate will donate half the street  Occurrences That Will Interest Woodland People.  On Monday the board of supervisors ordered that the report of the viewers of road No. 412 he returned for correction. A reward of $50 was offered for the capture of Timothy O'Brien.  The supervisors sitting as a board of equalisation transacted the following business Monday:  Application of J. W. Bandy—North  Standard of Train Service Should Not be Lowered.  I Baseball News f  The management of the local base  lla  Picked Up Here and There on the Wing.  smith % of southeast  of section lh,  Leonard Keller Is very 111 with pneumonia at the Pacific House.  Two tame Shetland ponies are wanted. See ad. in 60-oent column.  A gold pin with black enamel has  been lost. Si c 50-cent column.  A meeting of the chamber of oom-  township ll north, range 2 west. re .lured from $12 to f* per acre; n 'f ewest Va of section 4. township ll north. range 2 west, reduced from $6 to >  per acre.    .    ,  Application of M. B. and Q. K. Swin  just  Discrimination Against Woodland.  o’clex k. or more than an hour behint! schedule time. Under the proposed new schedule, with one train to do the work of two. we will be In luck to get San Francisco mall at I o clock in the afternoon or two hours behind  ^ BC hedule time.    .    .  It is amazing that officials who have made a study of such problems and vvho are credited with tieing expert-    _  . n. cd in railroading seem unable to    ball    team has    received the line-up    of  grasp the fact that such an arrange-    ^    Sutter City baseball club, which  meni Is stupid as a business propel- j     the    local team at  Recrea-  SiSSS-STnw  Su ""'-»‘ n what „° (  u S«  utter disregard for the convenience to be one of the closest games of the and accommodation of its Woodland I  ntwaTm Tbe  Sutter City aggregation I patrons is certain to arouse dlssatia* . never played in this city, but  I among' people *wl»* much £SP*S from the reports published in the relations between themselves and Marysville and Yuba City PJP®** we Hie railroad company should remain    judge that it    is strong nine.  amicable, it Is certain to raise a ques  Before the railroad company puts  gle~-Northwest « 4  of section 9 tow u-,     allon     .,    .-nodule    that    w    ill    fur  ship 8 north, range 3 east, reduced | into ojm  Hon that will be an Issue lu the coming campaign.  from $10 to $3 per acre.  Application of Virginia Vanderbilt Application reject oil and dinted.    |     uj(   Matter of raise of ast-, -men! of Christian Witte On motion, itll ;•»'    *  tiers voting therefor, it was ordert d| and  ther impair a train service that is none of the best tit present* it should con- !   the business men who will be moat affected by the proposed change, it should be influenced by the J  SUNSET S GREETING.  a strong nine. far as we can remember It has lost but one game this season. Many of the members of the team are well known in this city. The line-up will probably lie as folows:  Woodland    Pos.    Sutter    City  Adams............c......... ■■    Howell  Forderhase  be' MI taTto ctfflte" of | Ski .ho as's.,,n |f nt of Christi, a Wi,te|  JU(lB ,„e n , of lh- I. do ...... and IU lo-    ^v-ryHdns  of Sunset’s publishers, and enthusiasm  of Woodland, and all autobus are in vlted to attend the next meeting of  TVs 11u readers—and there are some  whim' near 400.000 of them la -ll PWJ. S^" 0 '  ll0Bg  1 f-..... H .    Epperson  of the world—this message of groe mg J rnUalrd........lh-    .... »  >,04 s, with the announcement that  in       ” 3b '    —  ....    ...    spite of everything the twin power* of     es    ..... ..  thorough- Pluck and Progress are the vnmshD M i n .....   oilhty  *  a **qset’» publishers, and enthusiasm B. Srhii ..... oibson  with enterprise to carry on th# Boy. • •  .........  •“    ^witt  begun In this as well as in other I Klnkade..........rf.......... uewiw  Ions and Interests. To regain standard of excellence In typo-urtlstlc and literary lines  R. Schluer.  .extras... Beers * Jacobs  the board.  court today. This is a    damage suit    in I    matter of train and mail sot vice.    graphic.  -    --- *    *     1     , be  passenger and the freight     m ay require    a little time ann mf pa  n.'w so heavy thai dodo of Uenre and «ood-wUI of all are asked.  T-cT awn STANFORD UNIVERSITY courthouse lawn Monday evening LELAND STANrURB u*.iv*rwDXA ^    ^     and  eloquent pulpit orator  We desire to inform the student*. Elmer Osborne is doing alumni and friends of Stanford unlver-  lnd hl8  family and friends  1 Rev Bav Bheem Roy. the high caste which plaintiff asks for $877 aud coital Both th rliESu SJfSho preached on I be of salt. TI.- defendant leared ..mo twattle i.  sity *that* the work of the university hopeful that no serious results will     #ww     ________ _______ _________  will continue as usual in all depart-J  foUow  the operation performed on him  Maat K Q . Armstrong. J. E. Suggett.| or  fl Te  days in the wtn-k.  fendant.  raents for the coming term.  „  __-    ,    in the Woodland sanitarium Sunday. \ ndr e W  jackson. J. W. Franks, ll H.  The buildings of the inner Quadran- > Robert Ma   »- E. Harrison.  The jury consists of J. F. I two hours behind schedule time lorn tog of tie' gnatest am cess «nir J. E. BtUOCett. I ac flirt* itnvs ill the W«H*k.  that  OLD CHRONIC SORES.  # _  As a dressing for old chronic sores there is nothing so good as Chamberlain h Salve. While it is not advisable to h*-ul old sores entirely, they should tie kept In good condition, for which this salve is «•*pee tally valuable. For  sore nipples Chamberlain's S*Uvc has  no superior. For sale by J. R. Shelton.  So great is the freight traffic  ale were scarcely injured by the iii?, aster of April 18th. Tile work or re storation of the outer quadrangle is Upon to*  :    being pushed as rapidly as possible,    hospital  p. T. Laugenour was a south-bound     and we  f e «»l certain that the buildings    is « po    I    the plaintiff  imssenaer this morning.    necessary for the actual work of the There    was an item in the l)«*mo-  ss ____,    *****    university such us classrooms, libra-  ora f  () f Monday In relation to the  Miss Eflyth Van Anda return ■     r ies laboratories and donnltorkM?. will     lhtf |  Q f  u  horse and buggy ut Elmira. |    hiiaii    r    nDIITP.UPR    RU RI FO  Alameda Monday evening.    ^ ready for use by August 23d. the     Tbc  property was located at Madison |    HubH    ti    UnUlUnCll    UUnlLUi  Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Tharp left    for     dute of lhe  entrance examinations for     U)<lay by  sheriff Griffin. A mun drove  Untie City’Monday evening.    the new’ term, the registration of sui-     t | lt . boree and buggy Into town Mon-  *  v  .  n  , eft for  seattle    dents beginning on August 28th and     day  evening and put It in a stable.  Edith WslsonJ«^ K r     instruction on August 30th.    This morning he could not be found.  (Signed)  S. F. LEIB.  President of Board of Trustees DAVID s JORDAN.  President of Stanford University  • I IO!* UH* •’Mill r mum imu »**«•----- nnuimm,     t  .  I grown slieep before they reach their there's nothing else keeps the old ax U stination.    young »*»«» »»*••  thl *  u "  Miss  - w  .  today to visit with a brother  Murvjo Howard and Otto Richie went to Pacific Grove this morning.  Miss Elvie Swinney bus im J 1  gaged to leach lo the Monday district.  Miss Lola Hurlbut has been engaged MILITIAMEN WHO QUALIFIED  1.    *1...    i’..ii. 1 tiwikhI district.    _  to teach In Die Cottonwood district  Mrs. E.    Pof fen berger and Miss  Plaine Spaulding went to Sutter county today.  R. O. Armstrong of Capay Y* J,ey  and 8 V. Sparks of Davis are in Woodland today.  In the published scores of Hie regimental shoot C. H. Manville of t om-pany B. Colusa, was credited with a total of 397. which was an error in Hic total was 342. The  In another column will lie found the lh,! of merchants who are issuing vol ing coupons with every 25 cent purchase. These coupons can be voted for any lodge, church, school, organization or person of Woodland by November i 16th and the winner will receive a $400 I Lakeside piano. Ballot boxes are ut the Corner Drug Store and Lelthold s and the piano can be seen at The Vogue.  ~r,,„ "ho quillWd“u» «ier Vile < PUBLIC INSTALLATION. state competition were Sergeant balls- Um  vihtv Prici* Mrs Kale Sherman I bury. Company A. Chico;  “ J.' S    Wilbur w-nt to Satra- IL MtBVlllc. Compuy U. Colusa    Ber-  und Mi*. W.    went     A ,    Kit..    Co.u|«ny    A,    Chive:  mento this morning.  Mr* Frankie Hicks, who has been visiting Mrs. H. Siebe. returned to ban Francisco this morning.  Misses Myrtle and Clara Volsard returned Sunday evening from * delightful visit of three mouths iu 1 mare.  A regular meeting of Marguerite Circle, Companions of the Forest, was held Monday evening. After the rou  Private F. U. Newland. Company B,  llae  business was transacted the doors  Colusa* Lieutenant E- G. Griffin. Coni- 1  wt . re  opened and the installation of the .-my F Woodland; Sergeant C. IL offers was public. Before Hie in-Turner Company F. Woodland; Ber- ^miiation servU^s t'egan Mrs. Spencer  J. G. Crutcher received a telegram today from his father. E. W\ Crutcher. Emmet, Idaho, informing him that the late Hugh E. Crutcher was buried on Monday, and that UM* aged mother Is bl aring up well mule! the terrible bereavement.  Mr. Crutcher had telegraphed his parents to bring the body to Woodland for burial but it seems that they d.. ided that the Journey was too long to undertake.  Til*’ north-bound Oregon express Is generally so crowded with puawngers that It loses from half an bow to ^an hour in making    the    run    from Ban  Francisco to Woodland, lf passengers leave the Oroville bual at Davis aiel bourd the north bound express for Woodland and other is lints, they ai ii discover thut in nearly every Instance they will lie unable to obtain seats.  There has not bet a a south-bouml morning train from Woodland within two weeks that    did    not    carry more  passengers than    could find    seats The  «)rov Hie local day trains ate also doing ii good business. Saturday afternoon the local    bad    102    paHi»er,gers  aboard when it pulled out of Woodland. And this Is one of the trains that th** railroad company proposes to diacon-  Dys  as this grand tonic medicine, jiepsla, torpid Mver. inflamed kidney*  ur chronic ctmstlpallon are after ta .lug Klei trlc BlUers a reasonable time. Guaranteed by W son, t!rt agist. Price 60c.  H. Law  CASTORIA  Bears the signature of ChasJl.Fletcher In use for over thirty year* and The kind you have always bought  Get your shoe* at Grota’s. A top given away with ©very pair of Hhoes.  .'•21 Main street.    JylUf  For s goon sn ave. haircut or sham-,*hi. go to Dinxler’a barber shop. ti  I .eave orders fear City the Ariel Candy Store.  Laundry at my3ltf  BLUCK AND WHITE LONG  GLOVES  TWENTY YEAR BATTLE  ‘•1 IAI nu ii lisKHr In u. twenty year bat  tinue.  There has not lieen a dissenting opinion .In Woodland and vicinity to  stintv today to attern! me    ...    m    a    ninth    man,    owing    m    u»e    ‘    \j r8 .    (    la    nonoaun.    »    c,. v..,  ■ TSS'to-taw! the ta.- WtlU«iDI^'“ B  h , n .«lwHy- Wood evil In his  Mary  ..im. It A:    Mf..    A.  ‘ —    ..    .        he    noon    «  \  geum W L. Rutherford. Company H.  un( j  Mr8 . Wiles were initiated into the Placerville; Corporal C. E. Barker,  ord ,. r .  Company H. Placerville.    Mrs.    Louisa    Mezgar.    Deputy    Chief  Captain     wtl1     recommend    8»*r-    Companion, installed the following  V B Guile went to Lotus. El Dorado     Sulfln of  Company I). Marys- offtc-erw; Miss Nora Hay**. C. CG  . .ounty, today, to attend, the Juncral ^ ^  a n i nt h man. ow log to the fact M th BJI* Kobinson. 8. I J ;  L.  Pft§f  A ^ E ^ EC0RDEE - ^h 5 . concluidon o, th. Instal,..,  iz Lreivn““ luu '    I    2fMasrs    u'-^oL, 1 ,"a:!:. ;r, s“i-h -»i  -Charles Nader and three a*al*tants, ^  coimly  reorder, subjet t to the de- manta were served^_  Best for old ulcers, cuts, burns ami wounds. 25c ut W. H. Lawson’s drug store.  LAKE TAHOE.  'rho Beautiful, surrounded by attract Ive resorts.. Stop-over allowed on all first-class tickets. Cheap excursion tickets on sale al ticket offices ol Southern Pacific.    Jfl»tf-tu  abstracting.  trill, have bren at work equipping the    D.mocr    .ti    of    the    count*  ES "lies iehin«r retun-d to!    ma*    ..don't     LATE     MRS    JOSEPHINE SMITH  Biirntinento this morning.    j n     the    nomination. Mr. Pierce  \ *1 j cv 1,ta*returned today from i g  serving ills second term as lily    body    of    Mrs. Josephine Sun *  » MX weeks’ Visit with relatives In , treasurer. His majority at the first     not    ar rtv*    Monday evening as was,  S w York  aku  <n.,-htres there Is no *,let-Hon was la' k'* enough to .inert his ,. KDIJt .ted. It came at noon today S  fOUJ COUNTY TITLE ABSTRACT COMPANY Hncorfiorated). Con-/eyancing and abstracting. All trails ictions p<jHted daily. Oflflct over Bank if Woodland.  most intimately.    He aas re-elected    were  by a still larger nm.nn it >. which Is  ( . bu reb at 2 o’ckxk this  *------ -‘"u innc v    Mitchell of Marysville read cai  nim e like CaUJunula and she Is delight' popularity among thi id to be at home again.    most iminmiely^ ^  Among th*    i convincing cvideme Jffs  tM  i  ,l( le " , y  IU v. Mr.  . .     —    ...    j.. 1 I,- t 1 amPTt>N—Searcher of Record  aho know him  dt;r (be egt ort of relatives and hfj^nd*. | »• * Abstrau-ts  held In St. Luke's  Of Title  Seton'  afternoon.  street, north of postoffice. Woodland  Jelltf  lit u or Sacramentoo. o at least one train that may Im* de-Moded uiKm with reasonable certainty, Under the present schedule It frequently occurs that *«• «h» not get our San Francisco mall until after I  HOP PICKING  Long frilk gl° ves  are not to l>e had until Fall. Bot we lift vt* black anti white long two-button lisle gloves, lace top, in all sizes. Get your share.  We give votes for the $400 Piano to be given away.  A vote with every 25-eent purchase. Ask for your  votes*  were Mrs. J. VV, Browning aud daugh-    nubile    official.    During    his    first    .     the     Episcopal    burial    service.    .  u*r, Miss Kina. Mrs. A. M. Eaton, Leo.     WUH    m)    dt .ll0qu‘ttt    ’ax    list.     Mra     pierce    and Miss Minnie  Welder. Mrs. L. Lucero and daughter,    delinquents    during    his     p ,. ior     rendered    the    song    servite. both,  . .    rn    A * Q/kLlnillor    _    .    .    _    ..ma.**    ab    ,    *_    ___JI    *    Va    aa    oomol    m    I'V  At Durst Yards, Wheatland. Cal. Will commence ulxiul A (gust 1»», Hmm* m) pickers wanted, white pcofde pre t erred. I .argent crop cm the toast;  . leanest picking:    yards eluded the  town of Wheatland. Good camping ground, wood and waler free. A limited number of tents for rent. All who ipply before August 5th will Is; given . inploymeiit. Register now. Addreaa: DURST BROS , Wheatland. Cal. au7d  you KNOW FRED  The Trade Palace  Miss Ll ta, and A. L. Schinaier.    i    term. He a man of unquea*  Miss Minnie Baker left this morning Honed integrity and great popularity.  z: ss our £zst£-ss ^ I  ELY  for^recorder  iwo'»rek" e  SirMre*Fa*illi«v| i„ .his Hum    »“*  R«kre. .CCOO.P..M k«r a* far a. Bav- nounv e m.n. ^ ^‘ ‘^oc^aoa.l-lainento.    surfer.    Mr.    El,  «T Mr. and Mrs. C. Q. Nelson aud Miss    fonng    man    and    comparatively    new  i    -    ^    Jaw    ImlaVIAVIllltfirJ    *     r     -    ..ai    ii    .    4«    vIrax  in the church and at the cemetery. *..ere were many beautiful floral offerings and many old friends of the family attended the services.  The pallbearers were Dr. H. H- Stevenson, Emil Dtnzler. Fred Ballock, Vie Miller, W. ll. Huston aud Ed Meting  They are in    \  ,, -    .    I    lh    ii    .I...    »*    --—.    Leave    orders    for    City    Laundry    at  florence Bush left    Rf;In the field of politic- He is the son  lhe Aiie i Candy Store.    my'Jlit  lake Diis morning.  Tki8 . t r  ^11 of James Ely and the grandson of the  ---  Mr. and Mrs. Douglas **ltour     late    Benjaml n    Ely.    He    therefore  Our Window  Clean up of Lawns!  Entire Stock at Your Own Prices  Ladies, we Intend to give you a sale on lawns next  that will astonUh >ou. The eutiro lino goes at_prn.es  NOTICE  To Young Men and Women  wmTto Lmu ere. ana    -    ""    UL     gmy '    ^    .ooh.    ....> aud woman wan.*! In  slate convention of  uwaitiug  Hundreds  An All Wool Suit  unieai-d Jf lief im" in tile history of Yolo county.  Listen:  the  Tu7ch«whRh'Trtll'be In’•JSTS*™    BOWK!. COMPLAINT IN    CHILDREN    md around Oakland    and .San Fraud,    J    ^ - AA    TT A  T  TITJ.  HW to Augunt 5th. The,     chUdr e.    co. to take pmiUona    aa atenutjrai-hera.    A    8)lo.UU    V ALLIE'  SS« to’ he aone a. lean, _a month    ^kkrej.re,    ^    ^  About a dozen fine lawn suits in handsome patterns. I hey sell for $0.50, $0 ami $U> 50.  Our dainty 35, 50 aud <5-eent lawns (none reserved.)  vol Iona I meetings may be held.  ucoo wa    -    -r    » ^mnbjin* Lind in the West, euuor&wu vj  iTctamtortaV. colic. Cholera and Chan.!,, r ofContmeree and lead ed  Uamiuiv as It promptly ucators, offers exceptional opportuni-Diarrhoea    looseness of He* to those who can enter i ‘^lege )ai  DON’T BE BACKWARD.    ^    ......  Do not hesitate to ask for a free controls    any    p llUdl  a ^ ai u y Sbel-    on<e and    prepare for    positions. This  , f Chamberlain's Stomach and     F ° l bai * ^    •    school is    considered    by many-to be  sample of Chamberlain*    ton.    ---  th e best equipped business college in  Liver Tabled. We are glad to giv    MARD LOT.    America. It Is unquestionably superi-  them to anyone who is troubled With ^      tA cout ,  utl wit h,    spring    or to any    other  ON SALE AT  $8.95  The entire assortment of our 20 and 25-cent lawns will go tor  SALE PRICE  $3.00  SALE PRICE  25 cents yard  SALE PRICE  15 cents yard  SALE PRICE  IO cents yard  Tho fact la  /  hi mm. CUMUP.U-, or any dla- of trouble. » ^ and hio.krld.H, Cbl”a*o.' All Bvpenre. low Home order o, th., eu-aex    -nW    you  ZZ pTrmTuently cured by 0,elr nae. 15^—, ^loo with Dr Kln£. WdJ~*    irre   J -  H -  S,ielUJU ______ KTt Secure «re Jr^SSrtW I u.aWne ehowln* ejMMW  TOR CONSULTATION.    ^ ( ,y  ljre vrnt app.-udi.ilUa aud.t.die up Ole aud    »«e  * ihe system. 26c at W. H. Lawsons school, w’men ow  thun ttnv  Hprexfter Dr. Bush will be in Wood-    system  land for consultation on Sundays, from  drug 8t0 re.  money Invested in.equipment than any  other school in the West. New build-  ROSENBERG & CO.  613-615 MAIN STREET  The 12Vj and 15-eent goods, exceptional values in the tirst place.  Now these are all new goods bought this vear. it la getting late in the sea sou but there b pl for wearing light dreuse# and at these prices the scaaou is hie to be prolonged.  The PUNO CONTEST IS ON—A v on with every 25 Mat purchase For particulars rail here or guy of Hit other store# in the aal#.  plenty of time |(el  THE VOGUE  lane lur    -—    -    .    ___  I tc 4 o’clock p. *%». at     Dr.    R.    E.    Campbell,    dentist,    formerly     lng     ( n     perfect    condition  I U I wuraa v -***• — :    „„„     on d    rj r  H ic UtDPuVii,  W Bush, corner Lincoln ave    * Woodland, ha# returned.  Third etreet.    J    - *  JelGtr  ...........   

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