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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - June 15, 1909, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1868 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA TUESDAY EVENING JUNE ist 1009 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 REORGANIZING A LOCAL BANK First National Bank of Wood land Soon to Open The Farmers and Merchants not to lose Its of the Stockholders The stockholders of the Farmers and Merchants Bank met Monday af ternoon and took the preliminary steps toward organizing the First National Bank of Woodland There was a very large attendance In fact practically a11 of the paid up capital stock of the bank was represented and all the stockholders were of one mind Some time ago it was published in these columns that the directors of the bank had made application for per mission to convert the Farmers and Merchants Dank into a national bank and that lie application had been granted At the meeting of the stockholders Monday afternoon there was not a dissenting voice Everyone of them waa enthusiastically in favor of the change The resolution of intention was adopted and tlte authorization pa pers which invest the directors with the authority to proceed In the re organization were promptly signed by all present A meeting of the directors will bo held on Wednesday at which further steps will be taken While the insti tution will lie practically under the management of the same hoard it will bo two banks in name and plan of operation The stock will be divided A certain percentage possibly onehalf will be the paidup capital of the First Na tional Bank The balance will be the paidup capital of the Farmers and Merchants Bank The latter will re tain all the mortgage securities on real estate and eventually it will he a sav ings bank It is claimed that a national bank lias some advantage over a state bank Us books are subject to the inspection iOt the national bank examiner whose inspection is supposed to be more rigid than that made by the state examiner For that reason some depositors feel that their deposits are better secured in a national than they are in a state bank A national bank may also increase its circulation by issuing its own notes for an amount eoua to the government bonds it holds At the directors meeting to he held on Tuesday it will lie necessary for them to adopt the same resolution that waa passed by the stockholders TBUCK FARMERS AT WAR Two Accused of Theft Attack Another Proceedings Clint Miller who la engaged in tnick farming on the Yolo side of the river above Knights Landing came lo Woodland thia morning and applied to District Attorney Anderson for a warrant of arrest for Otto Hermle and John Hanneraan Jr These young men are also engaged In truck farming in the same neighborhood Mr Miller claims that he has from time to time missed articles from his house The last to go was a sack of coffee and lie accused Messrs Hermle and Hanne man of taking it He claims that they assaulted him and beat him over the head Monday morning with a hammer He is badly bruised about the head and ihla most serious injury is to the right eye He claims he is in danger of los ing the sight District Attorney Anderson gave him a complaint and he was instructed to go to Knights Landing and swear to It IMMURED BY A WIID HOESE Hflnry Raffaetta who has been em ployed by Peter Picchi on the J Fred cricks farm near Madisonwas brought to Woodland this morning for medical On Monday afternoon he waa in the barn and attempted to han dle a wild horse The animal made a break for the open door and In order to avoid being run over Mr Raffaetta grabbed the horse about the neck He waa knocked down and run over His left arm waa bruised and he received a painful contusion over the right eye TBDDY IN JUNC5USLAND Gee whiz But those were funny pictures Say that Teddy in Jungle land is awfully clever It Is real wit and humor It is good and It in well worth seeing H Is the best thins In the comedy line I have seenyet Anil then that great melodrama The Right to Labor The great steel foundry scene Is splendid Goojl clear pictures and the story Is a capital one Full of excitement and heart interest am H corking good plot The program all through is a fine one Crowded houses enjoyed the eteyor pictures and the lea water tuit la twrveJ IB rcfroublne PERSONAL MENTION Fred Wlrth went to Sacramento this morning H J Provost went to Arbuckle this morning Mrs H J Merrill is visiting friends in Woodland H H Ilurtt went to San Francisco this morning W A Porter returned to Berkeley this morning C W Bush made a trip to Davis this morning Jos Craig went to San Francisco tuis morning J G Fredericks went to Willows this morning Mrs Wm Ravvson went to Aiimcklo this morning Miss Leta Bork was over from Yolo this morning Mrs 3 Abbott went to Sacramento Monday afternoon Mrs J Renz returned to Sacramento Monday afternoon Mrs B J DePue went to San Fran cisco this morning E J Clanton and wife went to Berkeley this morning George Davis came np from San Francisco this morinng Will Adnms returned from San Fnmcisco Ihia morning Miss Ethel Williams went to Sacrar niento Monday afternoon Al Newbauer was an arrival from Colusa Monday afternoon Miss J Bray and Cam Brny have returned from Cook springs Mrs J W Caples returned to Sun Francisco Monday afternoon Mrs T 0 Arcns returned from Sut ler county Monday afternoon Sheriff Montgomery was a south bound passenger this morning AW Gluckman of the Marysvllle Appeal was in this city Monday noou John Dykes of Palmyra Missouri is in this city visiting his son William Dykes Mrs E Tiittle and daughter Mrs Hiddleaon went to Sacramento this morning Mrs Herman Walker and niece Miss Clark came down from Zamora this morning Douglas Balfotir returned Mondiy afternoon from an enjoyable outing at Fouls springs Mrs Jas Richardson returned lo Sacramento this morning accompanied Ly Mra Morris Miss Leulie Snowball and Norman Snowball were arrivals from Knights Landing Monday afternoon Mrs W C Rowles arrived from Vocaville this morning and is the lest of John Tillolson and wife Richard Collins of Redding waa an arrival Monday evening and is the guest of her aunt Mrs M RverUardt Mrs I Rosenberg Mrs A Solomon and Mrs Geo Newman were arrivals from Sun Francisco Monday evening Miss V Emmerl of Oakland and her friend Miss Kenyon of Brooklyn were southbound passengers this morning Miss Clara Donnely who has been visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs W S White returned to Sebas topol this morning Mr and Mrs Chas Gage of McClonrt were arrivals this morning and will be present this evening when their daughter Miss Delia graduates from Holy Rosary Academy A J King G W Scribner D C Connor H L Pylman B E Bunnell Mra J W Harrington and John Gor ter of Clarksburg are in Woodland to day Amongthe arrivals Monday evening were Miss May Dexter Mrs J W Handy Mrs T B Gibson Mrs J T Grant Professor F A Swanger Dr T J Alexander Mr and Mrs Jack Beers and Fred Bullock THE NEW TRAIN TO PORTLAND The Portland Express Now Passing Here at p m Is to Arrive at am LOCAL BREVITIES Waists away under cost may be had at The Vogue next Saturday See the ad Again is your attention directed to Alexanders modern merchandise event R B Cranston will offer something new and novel in the painting line See the display in the window The last dance of the season at Plainfield will be held Saturday even ing June 19th See BOcent column The date of the funeral of the late 11 S Ish has not yet been fixed The family Is waiting to hear from the son who is en route to California Anyone having a copy o the Democrat of June 8th they can spare will confer a favor by forwarding the same to lie Democrat office week will begin at the San Jose normal next Monday We acknowledge the receipt of an invita tion from Miss Sara Snee to be pres XCIarence Crane who graduated from tile Woodland high school with the class of 1000 has been elected to the position of principal of the Denicla high school and supervising principal of the Benicia grammar schools FRATERNAL NEWS At a regular meeting of Woodland Encampment No 71 I o O P held Monday tlie following offi cers were elected N A C P A A Powers H P William Elves S W W N Masters Scribe C Dan Treasurer John Casbobm J W D H J A Murray E J Clanlon Trustees Not Yet Known Whether It Will Stop at Woodland Several days ago we published an item lo the effect that the railroad company would start a new Portland train on this aide of the valley com mencing with Sunday June 20th Agenl FingUmd has received a bulletin showing that the new train is sched uled to leave San Francisco at G p m and arrive at Woodland at p m He lias received no Instructions as to whether the train will stop here or not The new train Is to be known as Hie Shasta Limited Coming from Portland it is scheduled to pass through Woodland at p m Go ing north the train will be known as No 12 and going south it will be known as No 11 The train consists of seven cars a dynamo car which will furnish electric lights and electri city for other purposes on the train a diner three standard sleepers with sixteen sections each a standard sleep er with seven compartments and two drawing rooms and a library car with a buffet observation section This is on the plan of the very finest of trains used on the grand trunk lines in the east and shows the rapid development of the railroad system on the coast Under no consideration the officials announce will an extra car be car ried on this train as it is planned to he used solely for traffic between San Francisco and Portland with the cus tomary stops at the more important places intervening Mr Finlands bulletin also shows that other important changes are con lomplaled over the Shasta division The Portland Express No 14 which now passes through this city at in the evening is scheduled according lo the new table to pass through here at in the morning Mr Fingland has received no word as to what effect these changes will have on the local trains but thinks there will be some changes A new time card Is expected to be out in a few days A RACKET AT THE BACKET Crowded from morning until night was the Racket Store In consequent of the great clearance sale of merchan dise The sale is under the direction of a specialist Mr ClKford J Hal pern representing the Clifford J Hal pern Sales Co of Chicago 111 Pub lic announcement of the attraction to be offered had been spread broadcast and the response was so great that ex tra clerks were drafted to anywhere near supply the call far goods The rush waa expected as Mr Hal pern is well versed in these methods which appeal to the careful purchaser the one who desires to get his moneys worth Ho will remain during the special sate and have It in entire charge He is a young man but has had large experience in many of the largest cities and Woodlandttes are treated in this sale to uptodate meth ods and prices The Racket Store Is paving the way for a large and growing business The business house la located two doors cast of the poatofflce on Main street Look for the big blue sign Also read the ad In another column ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED We are authorized to announce the engagement of Miss Zita Strouse of this city and Mr 0 A Chaddock of Benicia It will probably be a June wedding Miss Strouse has been local manager of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany for a year and four months She came here from Oroville where she was employed as an assistant During her residence in this city she baa also been employed In the bus iness office of the Democrat Her resignation which was a sur prise to the company has been accept ed with regret and it will take effect on Saturday evening June 19lh Her successor will be Hoy Fulton of Wil liams Mr Chaddock Is a railroad operator employed in the Benicia office EXERCISES BEGIN AT Holy Rosary Academy com mencement exercises will begin In the opera house promptly at oclock this evening M U H H MM I I t At the meet ing of Woodland Parlor No 90 N D O W held several days ago it wns lecidod to lake part In the 1onrth t lullparade Another meeting was hold flonday evening nt whlclrlbe acjlon lakcn at the meeting was rescinded andftho parlor will not take any pak In nny celebration on that day PIANO TUNING Feel Tired All styles All 1 L Fak piano Inner will be in Woodland on June 15th Address or ders to P 0 Work guaranteed Trips regular Charges reasonable Rcfei ences the beat jel5 Is it any wonder All day long the ball of your foot bearing the entire weight of your body has been rubbing rubbing rubbing against the rigid unyielding sole of your shoe I This strain on the nerves of your feet tires every nerve in your body taxes your whole strength 1 Change now today to a Its solo 5s flexible It it of regular thickness BO that It and supports the foot yet bends with it as a glove moves with the hand Come in and be fitted Your first impression will be the springy buoyant sensation it first feeling one of ease and freedom relief See Windcnv Diplays Oxford fat all oc cuiooe Red Crou lip J JO I High Shoes HUSTON BROS Sale Imported Hand Embroidered Ling erie Underwear at popular prices Ladies Dept to Corset covers chemise drawers gowns and skirts We want you to stop and think we cannot make it too forceful Hand embroidered underwear at popular prices Yon can buy the whole garment for than the cost of embroidering Mens Department 20 per cent oft on mens 2 piece suits A comfort sale as well as a saying sale The Trade Palace You Know Fred Saturday 9 A M A SPECIAL FROM EACH FLOOR Second Floor Waists We have 3 long sleeve Lace Waists J5 and tfi value some are made of Allovcr Lace and some are made of Turked Net Everyone in the height of style Saturday Price Also in Silk Tailored and Evening Wat MR formerly to very fine Everyone of the above Waists is away under eool e o e I n B Cranston fa Introducing a j paint See tlio demonstration First Floor Sheets and Towels 5 dox very heavy full size sheets 81x90 Inches f very heavy full sheets 50 dox linen finish huck towels Jnches lie sure and get your share of these values THE VOGUE 46c GOOD GOODS ONLY idfi ROSKNBEKG CO LEADING FURNISHERS UPTODATE Ederheimer Stein Co M A K I K J W E have on dis play a Swell Line of Two PIECE Suits from up Our Two Piece Showing outshines anything ever ofler cd in this line They are or the newest shades choice de signs and excellent workmanship plus the greatest money values which makes a combination youll tiiul hard to resist ROSENBERG CO Leading Clothiers and Furnishers Phone Ilk 2blO I I M Watch for Our Great Saturday Sale June 19th THE AftCADE DRY GOODS CO II It Is our pleasure to please you I M I I I I M M I 2d6 JUfcT SUPPOSE You stop to figure a little bit You have a 100000 policy expires this You know what It will cost to renew Now listen The Farmers Mutual will write that for three years for 1875 or 5 years for 112 BO or 5 for or B years foe StUa or 6 years for or 6 tor JSIK Now this Includes house and contents barns outbuildings of fctodi hay grain buggieswigonsharnesaand everything appertaJainf to Cnmo and let us figure on your policy before you renew Every Mutual s a DOLLAR company none have failed to pay Woodland Gal J D MUSGROVE FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE CO   

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