Woodland Daily Democrat, June 4, 1909

Woodland Daily Democrat

June 04, 1909

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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 4, 1909, Woodland, California WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1856 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA FRIDAY EVENING JUNE I 1909 DAILY ESTABLISHED 18TT PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NOTES TO MAKE NEW LAW EFFECTIVE Qomings and Goings ci Vfell Know Paopie Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Near the City of Woodland Trustees of Yolo Basin Drain age District Organize LOCAL ITEMS BRIEFLY TOLD ta ranees That Will Interest Woodland People Lawrence H Wilson CommisBious Headquarters to Be iu Sacramento 19 Howard went to Suisun Thursday afternoon Mrs C Schlolz went to Sacramento this morning J H Taylor went to Snn Francisco this morning Emil went to Sncramemo tins morning Joe Ball of Willows was an arrival tills morning Mrs C O Fish returned to Tjnnni gnn this morning Beryl Gregg went to Marysville Thursday evening William Hughes went to Snn Fran cisco this morning Mrs W P Malcolm returned to Berkeley this morning Charles DeRose came clown from Dunnigan this morning H Woolley returned from San Fran cisco Thursday evening Mrs J E Hopirins went to San Francisco this morning W H Gary came up from San Fran cleco Thursday evening Miss Frieda Snndrock came down from Zainora this morning George Rath was a southbound pas senger Thursday afternoon Sir and Mrs A A Beek nent to San Francisco this morning W E II Beardslee returned to Sac ramento Thursday afternoon J Swinney of Esparto went to Sac ramento Thursday afternoon Claude Bandy came over from the river ranch Thursday M H Torrance and J A Biggani were arrivals on the noon train A J Steiner was an arrival from PacificGrove Thursday evening Rev Father Grealy was an arrival the north Thursday afternoon Mrs H H Snowball was over from Knights Landing Tliursday afternoon Milton Woodard and wife of Sites were arrivals on the 11 oclock train W R Bugot of Portland agent for the Globe Grain and Milling Company Is In Woodland today Delwyn Hughes was an arrival Thursday afternoon and returned to rjnnnigan this morning Harry Sannders and wife went to Tremont this morning to attend the funeral of Mrs Hyde of Solano county J F Ormlston and family took their departure Thursday afternoon for Dixon where they will reside in the future Among the arrivals Thursday even ing were Mr and Mrs T Dopking TYed Mattel T S Spauldlng and R H Deamer Rev P Grenly pastor of the Wood land Catholic church returned to his home Thursday after paying a visit lo Rev C C Jour nal Mrs C W Ilgner who has been visiting C E Dingle and family went to Sacramento this morning to meat her husband who is coming down from Reno Stanley Peek who Is well known In this city where he formerly resided passed through Thursday evening en route to the scene of the McCloud dis turbance lie Is now employed by a detective agency Rev D B Holt went lo Sacramen to this morning to hear Julia C Kmery of New York president of the Womens Auxiliary of the United States who delivered a lecture in that tlty this morning Coverly and family late of Arizona were arrivals this morning and will probably make their permanent residence in this city Mr Coverly ia a brotherinlaw to A C Sheldon of this city Items of More or Lesa Importance Picked Up Here and There on tile Wing been eiectcl I H n made linotyu The trustees of the Yolo basin drain age district created by the last lature have organized and establishpil headquarters at the law offices oC Hlnkson Elliott n this city George B Green of Courtland has president and Lawrence author ofdie hill lias bee rotary The other members of the commission are G W Chapman of Winters George Hollenbeek of Mare Island A 7 King of Clarksburg and P N Ashley of Woodland A certificate of incorporation has filed with the county clerk and bylaws have been adopted for sub mission to the land owners a majority of whom must approve them before they can be adopted It is proposed to cut n drainage canal through the Moniezuma hills leading from lie Yolo basin down to and through the ridge near the town of Denverton Solano county leading into Suisun bay The articles provide for the necessary lateral canals and wind dykes The trustees went over the ground Thursday in company with engineers employed to make a survey of the preliminary latter will be There will he a dance nt Yolo on June 10th See 50cent column F V Stoning in his new ad ad dresses the men who tire critical about their clothes An could paid for by an advance from the land owners of 10 percent on this years first assessments The Yolo basin drainage district comprises nearly a million acres of land lying in Yolo Solauo and Sacra mento counties The cost of reclam ation Is estimated at ion FRATERNAL NEWS At a regular meeting of Court Star of Woodland No 10 F of X held Thursday evening an election of offi cers was held with the following re suit M Howard Chief Ranger H Kuhn Jr Sub Chief Hanger Dan Jacobs Recording Secretary R W Woods Senior Woodward B C berJunlov Woodward Chester Hiddle son Senior Beadle Frank Eddy Jun ior Beadle H Hachmanh Lecturer Davis isnow employed as a type operator in the PressDemo crat office Santa Rosa editor of a country newspaper ld easily start a riot that would make the McCloud strike seem like a tea party by printing the contents of his waste basket Two more alcohol bums Iji the per sons of Tom Ryan and Frank Haley were brought over from Washington this morning by Constable Russell Ryan will serve 40 days and Haley 25 J R Jacobs headed a search party that was out all day Thursday but failed to find the body of the late George Fitzgerald who was drowned eleven days ago Another party is out today but at the hour of going to press no report had been received So far as has yet been reported the d of barley hauled to this city from the farm of W IS Roachnear Madison on was tha first harvested in the county this season It ia volun teer barley the yield ia about eleven sacks to the acre and tht weight Is 103 pounds to the sack Sunday morning Mr and Mrs J S Craig and son and Miss Cassle Craig will leave on an auto trip to Yosemtfu valley They will go via Merced and Wawona and return yla Placervllle and Lake Tahoe They expect to re main In the valley about a week and be gone two or three weeks Woodland Gas and Bleetrin SHOES THAT WIN The Admiration S A dressy 2 eyelet Patent Wolt Ox All ford fIT I 9 For street or dress wear Xr Price OUR Lines Comprise The Latest IDEAS In Womens Foot wear From to S5QQ HUSTON BROS Retailers ot Dependable Footwear A swell nil patent plain too dress heel welt or hand turn Button and lace Blank London Smoke or 13rown Top 2b7 Company is encountering many obsta cles In its effortsto complete the well it contracted to bore for the city MV eral months ago There is an abun dant supply of water but also an ap parently inexhaustible supply of eand An air lift pump will be put In today If that fails to clear out the sand a charge of dynamite will be tried Andrew Babb ols Captain Organist Carl Nich YOUN6 PEOPLE ENTERTAINED At a meeting of Woodland Parlor No 30 N S G W held Thursday evening the following list of officers were nominated H H Schluer Pres ident E C Toothaker First Vice President Alvin Rumsey Second VicePresldent Julius Hachmann Third VicePresident Julius Kraft Marshal E D Hay ward Recording Secretary W O Kean Financial Sec retary R G Lawson Treasurer J Aronson Trustee J F Brannigan Inside Sentinel T J Hutchison Out side Sentinel Doctors Kier Blevinp and Fairchild Surgeons The election will take place at the next meeting and the Installation will be held at the first meeting in July DIED AWAY FROM HOME SUNDAYS RAGES Three excellent races arc promised for the matinee to be given at the race trade Sumlny afternoon by the Wood land Driving Club The entries for Cliiss A nre M C Keefers Advorta C Mnrlcys Judge Gaddls and P W Aberdeen The Class 13 en tries are W Ayres Major A Comon tofskls Falroae gelding and Ora Wrights bay mare The enlries for Class C are Dr Hersprlngs Roberta R and C A Spencers Cecilia S Secretary Hunter Informs us that the special for Dixon horses has been declared off Dlxon owners sent word that they would not send their horses The races will start promptly at and during the Intervals I IIP Woodland Band will render selections WINTIDRS June Charles J Allen died at Gllroy at 8 oclock night She was a native of this coun ty and 37 years of age and was a daughter of James N McCluro Most of her life was spent near Win ters She was married fourteen years ago to R Patten who died at Gllroy some years ago leaving her with two children She married Allen five yeara ago Cancer of the breastcaused her death She went to Gllroy a week ago for the benefit of her health The body will arrive here tonight The funeral will be held under the auspices ot the Mystic Deceased is the daughter of Mrs Sallle A McCliire and granddaughter of Aunt Belly Ely of Buckeye The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p m from the Buckeye ranch Inter rtrent will be in Winters cemetery Mine Gladys Lowe the Hostess at a Dancing Party MissGladys Lowe gave a delightful dancing party Thursday evening to t number of her young tricnda at th beautiful residence of her parents Mr and Mrs T R Lowe on First street About twenty couplea were prcsenl and between the hours of 9 and 12 oclock they tripped the light fantastic to the exquisite strains ot music ren rtered by Delwyn Hughes and Miss Fern DeMyer One of the largo par lors was used for that purpose It was very artistically decorated with sweet peasnaaturtlums and other flow ers At midnight delicious refreshments were served on the lawn The party was one ot the most enjoyable events the younger society set held this season and Miss Lowe was heartily congratulated OPENING Summer Season t Rousing Sale of Gents 2 Piece Suits at a Reduction of 20 to 33 13 per cent What a most important time Just ot the opening of summer Just at the needed time And the saving Think of 1C When you can buy 112GO worth And think of the ironbound guarantee of absolute satisfaction My word Is my bond The Trade Palace You Know Fred Edcrhcimer Stein Co UAKBKt The Boys Store This Is the only store In town XtragooD clothes for boys Plenty ot clothes last half as look half as good But none can compare with One can always pick out every boy on the street who wears an XtragooD suit Theres something distinctive about him XtragooD Suits contain 13 more Cloth than the common Boys dont soon outgrow them All XtragooD trousers urn liiird That doubles their wear Yet XtragooD chillies cost no more hau the common You may as wel lhavo them You are wronging yourself If you dont ROSENBERG CO Leading Clothiers anil Furnishers Phone 1191 2blO H I M FOURTH OF JULY MEETING COURTHOUSE NEWS Remember that a public meeting of all those who are interested in ce bratlng the Fourth of July In Wood land ia called for the city hall at 3 oclock this evening sharp A full nt leiiriance is earnestly desired JULIAN EESTAXISAKT Again under the management ol W J Parker Meals at all hours jelO All the testimony in the rase of Reclamation district No 730 vs the Hershey estate was in by noon today This afternoon shortly after 2 oclock the argument began H L Huston was making the opening argument when Ibis report closed TROUBLE MAKERS OUSTED When a sufferer from sioniaeh trouble takes Dr Kings New Life nils hes mighty glad to see his dyspepsia and indigestion fly but tlclded over his healthy vigorall because stuniachliver and kidneys now vurU rlRhl at W H fjiwsons drug store Come tomorrow nig reductions for 3 The Vogue je2 IN THE DAYS OP WITCHCRAFT A sensational story nt colonial days In Massachusetts In the Days o Wltclmaft is the headllner at Ihe Eiiie tonight The film Is an Edfsoi headllner and is a crackerjack I tells a thrilling heart story In a sen sational way Moscow Clad In Snow is one of the best travelogues of the 1athCH and is a beautiful picture of the Russian metropolis In its winter garb It Is especially Interesting Tho program Is a splendid one Je4 A THRILLING RESCUE How Bert R Lean of Cheny Wash was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill the hard cold ho on a desperate lung trouble that baffled an expert doctor here Then 1 paid o a visit to a lung specialist in SpoUane who did not help me Then I went to California but without benefit At last I used Dr Kings New Discovery which complete ly cured me and now I am us well ae over For lung I rouble bronchitis coughs and colds aslhma croup and whoopingcough Its supreme 60c and Trial bottle free Guaranteed by W H Lawson druggist but Big Assortment of Chairs for all purposes especially for Summer comfort Tliere arc many other new things now in our store to make you enjoy the warm Summer day and at CITY PRICEvS UNDERTAKING in all its Branches E KRELLENBERG i 2b3 Summer Weights In i Womens Knit Underwear At Special Prices We commend the garments mentioned In this advertisement first because of tha satisfactory wear the qualities will give anfl secondly because of the savings which are possible in the unusual j lowness of the prices will ask no more of intending purchasers than that they familiarize themselves with tha worth of these gar ments before making such purchases Sheer Gauze Weight HOSE Specially Priced for Womens Wear Tan White Garnet Grey Pink Green ami T Light Blue I THE ARCADE DRY GOODS CO i i It is our pleasure to please you t i H fr I M H M M M M H I I I I I H I have been somewhat costive Doans Regulets gave Just the r desired They act mildly and tbe bowels perfectly Cleo B KrauM 30ii Walnut avenue Altoona Pa yt off Lingerie dresski 6 oil Saturday1 The Vogue Seventh annual Hv Telephone Main 2063 FAULKNERPEAET CO Incorporated Succwsors to D A Faulkner Machine Shops Corner Court and College Streets Woodland Cal General Blackamlthlng Repair Steam and Gasoline and all kinds of Farm Machinery Automobile Itepalrlng and Ma chine work Agents for Best Manufacturing Con Traction Engines and Harvesters and the wellknown Samson Oas and 2dS JUbT SUPPOSE Ypu stop to figure a little bit You have a policy this jmx You know what It will cost to renew Now listen Tbe Mutual will write that tor three years tor fS75 or 5 years tor or 5 yearn for or B for SIM or 5 years for or 5 tor Now this includes house and contents bams ot all hay grain buggleswagonsharnesa and everythlns apperudnlnf to Come and let us figure on your policy before you Every Mutual Is DOLLAR company failtd to pay Woodland Cal J D MTJSGBOVE toty FARMERS MUTUAL CO ;