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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Woodland, California EEKLY ESTABLISHED 1850 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY EVENING JULY il 1913 THE YOLO COUNTY FAIR DESIRED INTEREST DRAWN DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877 Ttie Boy Wiio Is not Bright Says He Wrote Hutctiings About Motorcycle in Giving Publicity to toe lair Prizes Offered by Fred Uurloff lite boy who borrowed a motorcycle iVom Mark Htitcliings a wutk ago last Monday and hen dis appeared with it is in the county jail It Advertises YOG County in an Excellent manner fa of Woodland Now on Display in Show William S Hardy and Mis Olive B Ingram Both of bnstopol where Garloff was arrested The date upon which entries in the racing events of he county fair ran IX made closed Monday night but all i ol them have not yet come lo hand I The Sacramento Monthly is doing some excellent publicity work for the Yolo county fair From the current number we take the following Yolo county California by the Secretary Harry Dowling however imous voice of a large percentase of has received enough to insure the fill her most prominent as well as most ingof every event on ihe card progressive citizens has decreed that The freeforall pace has five entries an old fashioned county fair be given Urn more are expected So far as Mr Mils year and the enthusiasm with j Bowling knows the freeforall pace which preparations are being made is has not filled anywhere else in he a guarantee In full that the fair willstate Tlie entries so far received are prove to be the biggest and best county i Don Pronto Dan Logan Iaitin the state this year Jim lxgan Mike C iiiidorsing the enterprise are E A Noniora record not at Imud Bullard farmer capitalist and live Tliese are the best horses in the state stock man H H Gable fanner arid ui doubt some records will he banker G H Hecke farmer and capi broken when they meet on the Wood talist T S Spanlding merchant and laud track conceded to be the fastest president of the Merchants Association in thu state o Woodland H E Van Norman dean I This event will be pulled off Satur oi rlie University Farm School Davis day August 23d the last day of the T G Schmeiser farmer manufacturer fair B A Nordyke has offered a aiu president chamber of commerce loving cup lo the winner of the fast Divis H SHU farmer mauufac est heat in this race This cup is on Hirer and chairman hoard of superrisexhibition in he show window of ors Giiimla Fred H Wilson farmer Fred ICwerts jewelry store and manufacturer 1 U j C Sieber offers a cooler and hood Siephcns farmer and capitalist Madto llio horse making the fastest heat jton E I Pinlongof the West Sac ior tlie hardware purse which Is Company 1 Harlali and a Friday event These articles will be C V Day wealthy farmers and citizens u exhibition at Mr Siebers store f and J S Rcoll Wood The mimes of tlio horses that will land Frank Edson Knights in tlio oilier events will not W 0 Russell Winters and be announced until all the other en btirger Rroderick all prosperous husij tries haviben received but here are men and farmers and members ofenough of them to insure one of the the present county board of supervisgreatest rucc meelngs over bpld In os Yoio county The purpose of the fair is to en iHirage good uatured competition ami fritiitlly emulation innong producers of tlie many varied products of Yolo county that it may develop greater riiloavor in the future and may become event where all the people of the Chester McDonald and N Chalmers county may get together and ex change ideas taking advantage of each others experience renewing acqtiaint JUHP thereby proving of great benefit from both an educational and enter tainment point of view and to invite interested from outside ot Yolo county to witness what Yolo county can do and Is doing Young GarlofT is only 17 years of age and his case will come under provisions of the juvenile court Me told Probation Officer Jacobs this morning that he had written a letter Mulchings stating wUere he was Mid thai he intended 10 buy the ma Mr Jacobs lias not been able to see Mulchings yet does not j know whether the latter received a j letter from Garloff or not Deputy Sheriff Millhouse ascer Jn order to get best results and to have a fair that will be more than a incie sideshow or carnival proposition courts of the state MUTED 10 PRftCIiCE LAW IN ALL SIAfE COURTS to Enter on Their Profession Jn Woodland Chester and Neal Chal mers were members of a class of twenty who were examined by the appellate court in Sacramento Tues day Ten more were examined today Both Mr McDonald and Mr Chalmers passed a highly creditable examina tion and will be admitted to practice it has been decided to eliminate all read law with C W Thom as class of entertainment and to hold as and Mr Chalmers read with E B Oaddis Doth are young men ot fine Instead a fourday fair and race event that will malce a good Impression up lained Hint Sebastojiol the boy ran away from claiming that la could 01 Hie local citizen or the visitor from abroad ns well Yolo county desires first of all to not gel along with uix relatives He came to Woodlanrl and worked a few days here anil there He has had but a year and a half of schooling and Is not very bright He told a number or conflicting stories to the officer Tile motorcycle was recovered by tho constable at Spfeaslopo and will be relumed to Hutehtngs without do PERSONAL MENTION Jo Ball of San Francisco is in Woodland today Miss Ethel Powers left for San IU Iac this morning 1 H Milehell and R M Brown went to San Francisco this morning Henry Johnson and family will leave for Cook springs on Thursday Miss Juiiett Billion of San Jose tbe guesi of Mrs Ed E Leake i lames Fanis and sou Dr Karris of icrnmeiito were in Woodland today icorge Merrill and family have tak in up UK ir residciiic in San Francisco for Hie summer Slieriil Monroe and family and Miss KatieSehaulf left for Pacific Grove his morning Ura C 1 Wirlli wen to Davis Ihis morning to attend the funeral of the am James Campbell ill and Mrs Warren Myers and son vout to San IYaneisco Tuesday after noon via Ilif Northern Electric and he rivor route Mr and Mrs B C Deauer and their laughter Mrs Blanche Baldwin re turned this morning from a five months trip most of which was spent n Europe Mrs Marcia Zimmerman Mrs Oeo Zimmerman and son Leroy left for San Francisco Tuesday evening They made the trip over the Northern Elec tric to Sacramento hence by boat to A wedding that will doubtless prov quite a surprise o the many friend of Uie young couple in this vlclnilj occurred in Placorville Monday Juu SOth when William Stephens Hardy IIIK Miss Olive Bflll Ingrain of till city were united in marriage About a week ago Miss Ingram wen o Ilacerville lo visit her sister Mrs K T Nifhless On Friday of lasi week Mr Hardy loft for he same It is evident that tlio young couple planned well and managed to keep their plans a secret for evei their parents were not aware of the wedding until It was over Tlio young couplo returned to Wood land Tuesday morning and received the blessing and congratulations of their parents The bride returned to PlRcervilie in the afternoon and will be joined in a few days by the groom After a brief honeymoon they will return to Woodland where they will reside permanently The bride is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs C L Ingram of this city and the groom is the sou of William Hardy who lives near Woodland For some time tlio groom baa been employed as engineer on a tractiou engine for the Clark brothers The young couple have many friends who are anxious to congratulate them MEETING OF WEST SIDE ROADS COMMITTEE Banks Seem Shy and the Counties Conclude to Finance the Project Themselves ability and high character and will no San Francl3CO doubt win profession success in their chosen Mr McDonald will for tha present at least have a desk in become better known among the sisterMr Mr oholmers hood of counties of California and towlu open an n tlle Flrst present her claims to recognition in afUonttl BanU ouUding way that will meet with the approval j 111 itlHt4 in of any and all fairminded men anfl and Immense bodies of reclaimed lands especially those seeking Investment Yolo county has made more than a ten per cent gain In population In the past two years Taxable property has grown nearly as much In the same length of time The county is abso lutely out ol1 debt has an excellent sys with concrete has a free li brary sVstom and good schools and of fers nd exceeded by none With eood transportation facilities splendid Irrigation tem of good roada bridges and culverts the production and variety ol prod ucts are almost unlimited and are not exceeded anywhero on earth Yolo a live stock county Inviting competition Ironi any and every source whatso ever will show a variety of high class exhibits of every kind Including live stock grains grasses vegetables gar den truck fruits grapes nuts etc The fatr be opan four days Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday August 20th to 23d inclu sive Stock of tlie Arcade Sold in a Lump at Auction J P Pullen of Sacramenlo referee of bankruptcy and Jamds P Keleher a San Francisco attorney representiirg W T Wltaoft trustee sold at public auction Tuesday afternoon tha stock of thfe bankrupt Arcade store J Gol lober of San Pranclsco bought the gtoek for the sum of J9020 There were but two bidders M Le vey representing Gollober and the Junior member oC ivt Siinta Rosa firm of Rosenberg Keleher nUtea that the liabilities amount to 116000 following from th Union iudi catei thai the meeting of Ihe West Side Counties Good Roads Committee was not a howling success Kejirosentatives from Sacramento Yolo Suiter Glenn and Snlano coun ties met Tuesday afternoon at the Sacramento Chamber ol Commerce to Oiscuss ways and means of handling tho state highway bonds A plan was devised by the committee by which all hankers in these connticti will coop erate In the construction of a highway through I be west side and across the basin into Sacramento J H Stephens chairman of tlie statu high way commission of ihe chamber of commerce stated that the matter will now be submitted to the several bank ers in the five counties for their con sideration A report will be made in ihe near future and it is expected that the bankers will assist la the move ment Due to tho fact that the state has found It difficult to obtain parties out side of California to handle the bonds the counties are taking the Initiative and will endeavor to finance tho pro ject themselves This has been done by other counties especially In the Sau Joaqulu valley and tho method has proved very successful there OF SENSATIONAL NATURE EVIDENCE OF ROY PIKE Yolo Board of Trade Protest Presented II S Maddux socrelaty of ttic Yolo County Hoard of Trade attended a purl of the session of the State Water Conservation Commission Tuesday and presented In person a letter from the board making a vigorous protest against the granting of he application of the Arizona corporation the result of which would cripple the Yolo Power and Water Company a corporation in willed Yoio county is deeply interest IlUos testimony tu so far as It at tempted to describe the manner la which Wheeler had endeavored to dis of tho lands that had come Into the possession of Wheelers company with the taint of Dalzoll Browns bank wrpcklng operations fell like u bomb shell in tlie midst of a humdrum hear IHK and when Pike declared that ha had investigated the titles lo Wheeler lands and had found that there was scarcely a clear record on anything the situation became tense I never heard said Pike of the Wheeler or Vnndercook or other corn testimony taken Tuesday was of a very sensational character Roy Pike president of lie Yolo Power and Water Company was the prlnol1 puny being actively tlio field until the latter part of December 19IS when pal witness Among other things he testified Mr Wheeler rame to my office and fld mo his clients either owned or many thousands of acres of land ju Lake county that years igo ttiey hail put h a lot of money and inie in it and wanted to sell out to is Alt Wheeler stated that to clear up he various titles it would take about to satisfy the creditors He 2a000 for his part for his ahor and his labor was worth that much he said and in addition fE0 wonld have to be used to redeem he lands In other words the prop Arties wre unredeemed mortgages Mr Wheeler said that our concern vas financed and that there was no we could not take over he properties He realized ho said hat their project was a lame duck and that they felt they could not go head with the development Hut hey hnd he said technical and legal ights where they could hold up our evelopment that ours was a laudable rtiblK enterprise and It would he a stressing thing if he had to go to hat end to hold our work up He said urllicr hat by settling the question August Ollt tho Interests could void a payment of in water to tlio state Sir Shuinin came to mo and told mo that lie was a real estate man in Lnke porl us we then knew operating In lopcnddnlly He hud brought to ui some properties and he stated It was n fact Hint he Central Counties UunJ Company held and also the Vaniier cook interests held in fee some lauds along the lake that ho waH probably in a better position to negotiate for them than anybody else 1 told Mr bhumau that If he would bring any properties to Us on a proper busts and at a proper price we would negotiate and expect to purchase thorn I told hini he must list those prop ortion so we could inquire into lliera llo brought me several propositions On March 24th Mr Wheeler cams into my off about the 20th or BO of March Mr Harding at one time and Mr Harding told me that Mr Shuman reported to him they wore talking about selling various properties to ns and what had I dona about It and ho qnestiouexl whether wo were acting in gfoii faith Mr Pfko further testified that llr Whooler came to his office and claim ed to own thousands of acres of land in Lake county and wanted to sell out for ami he wanted a quick inswor Mr Pike told Mr Wheelor Continued on page FUNERAL SERVICES The funeral of Rufus Klrkc Robl son was held this morning from Coro ner Kiltos mortuary parlors Rev J W McAllister of the Methodist church conducted tho senIces Interment was in the Capay cemetery Saturday Following the Fire Starts in Shed in Fourth a Legal Holiday Rear of Bank ofWoodland Next Saturday bo a holiday Governor Hiram W Johnson having issued the proclamation at noon Tues day declaring the day following the Fourth of July to be a legal holiday in the state of California The following proclamation was Is sued by Ihn governor Whereas the fourth day of July A 191S being by law a legal holi will fall upon Friday find This afternoon an alarm of fire wru turned in for a dense smoke seen Issu ing from the woodshed In the rear of I ho Hank of Woodland The shed be ing constructed of galvanized iron made It possible to confine the flames to the interior until a good stream of water was played on the blaze Quite a bit of coal kindling and some old record books were destroyed Had the many f not been discovered early there requests have been received by me j would doubtless have been a dlsas from numerous citizens throughout Irons fire for the abed is very close Lho state to declare the day following to tho surrounding buildings It la also a day of rest from labor and It j believed that the fire started from a appears to bo the general desire of Iboj pile of rubbish burning near the shed citizens of California In the different vocations of life that the day follow ing tlio Nations Anniversary towlt Saturday the fifth day of July A D I 1I13 should bj declared legal holi day Now therefore I Hiram W John son as governor of the state of Cali fornia do hereby proclaim Saturday tho fifth day of July A D 1913 a Icga holiday HIRAM W JOHXSON Governor Information The funeral of James Campbell nt Mrs Cnarles Hadsall was summon ed to Berkeley this morning by a mes sage from nussoll Day conveying tho held from the Catholic church In Da va his morning Rev Father Qulnn officiated Tho pallbearers were Mr Hagorman J Luft F Oastelger M Clancy J Wise and Ben that Mrs Ablah his city was Day with paralysis on Tuesday Further information be awaited with much Interest J A 9COTT TAILOR Will Close July 4th Wo the undersigned merchants and business men of the city of Wood land do agree to close our respective places of business all day July 4th UH3 Grlggs Bush Tho Hub K T S Spauldlng Johruiton Bros B U Wing M S Bentz H S Sum mers Co Rosenberg Co Trade Palace W W Rodgers Woodland Rochdale Co Huston Bros Ed Praot B Delia Santa Co a Greene Dickey Foffenberger Chris Sieber Co Woodland Hard ware Co R B Cranston A M Bat on B A Hassea II Woolloy CEOS J Grot P C Dated Woodland Gal July 1 1913 ITS WHBN TOTJ THINTC JOT 7TRBB THINK Or KASON IWttt
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