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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Woodland, California                               ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY. WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 16, 1920 DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877. SECOND SHEEPHERDER TAKES LIFE ON CON A WAY RANCH t------J---------------------------------------------------- Gas Company Expects Trouble and Delay In Getting Pipe For Line The purchasing department of the Pacific Gas and Electric com- pany has already begun the process of acquiring material for the construction of a gas supply line from Sacramento to Woodland and vicinity in connection with the dismantling of the local gas manu- -f lacturing plant which the company recently decided to discontinue at the request of the Woodland City Trustees. J. W. Coons, local manager of the company, in discussing the contem- plated changes, stated this morning that It was very possible that it would well along in the year before the company could complete the large in hand, due to the inability to get the pipe in the quantity desired There are twenty-five miles of pipe be laid between the two centers. All preliminary work will be accomplish- ed awaiting the delivery of the ma- terial. Coons expects that it will be late in the current year before the work is under way, but that once started it will be rushed and com- pleted this year. F. W. Schnitter of Davis has closed a deal whereby his 20-acre farm pass- es into the possession of C. H. Mc- Neill of Petaluma. The sale price was with livestock of an approxi- mate value of that was included in the sale. The purchaser is a bro- ther of George McNeill, who recently purchased the F. E. Freld tract ad- joining. Schnitter gave immediate possession, he having just purchased Shatter To Tell Oakland Of Yolo Way In the hope that it may learn "The Yolo Way" and profii thereby, the Oakland chamber of commerce has invited Fred of this city to be one the speakers at tomorrow's meeting of the Northern Call- fornia Promotion Secretaries with that body. Oakland wants to learn how direct taxation is manipulated and why it is best and the real reason Yolo county is such a success. The bay residence center conducts its chamber on the individual plan urging such merchants as will to join. Leo Snavely of Revenue Service Given Promotion All Advanced Classes Of High at Mast Party I. O. O. F. Hall Tonight Practically the entire enrollment of ihe high school will participate in tonight's function at Odd Fellow, hall, sponsored by Miss Gertrude Mast, and given by her in honor ot Miss Vera Drever and Milfred Cook, two of the worthv students of the school, who are to pass out of the educational insiitutions of this city during the current month. Among the young guests who are to enjoy the reception and dance are the following, Miss that the list is not quite complete, she having lost a record of some of her invitations: Pete Eng-lehart, Carston Woll Victor Cranston, Marden Wilbur, Charles Grieves, Woodley Palmer, Harold Mc- Aneny, Richard Little, Donald Huff, Leroy Fenley, Guthrie Rowe, Shirley Drever, Irwin Hunt, John Graf, Mr. Vest. Melville Stine, Theodore Nieh- els, Lowrie Porterfield, Wesley Car-i penter, Derwin Criteser, Art Scarlett, Rudolph Blum, Olliver Luft, Robert Russell, Werner Wilson, "Chas. and Mrs. Daryl Blevins, Lowell Edson, Oarrell Day, Ford Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willis, Donald Brisss. Robert Browning, Eldred Wilson, Floris Mast, Lowell Mast, Mr. Horace Martin, Arthur Powers, Kath-, Werner, Darrell Pettit. B. Blevins, leen Coil, William Bray, Burnell Blev-; Myers Holcomb, Ashton Clary, H. ins. James Royles, Dee Tillotson, El- Laitie, Richard Siebe, Billy Browning, j u'or Drever, Yolo Brings. Vernon Herbert Bryan, Franklin Davis, Car-'Mast. roll Stitt. Merwin Younger, Mr. and! Olah Day, Joan Thompson, Laura Mrs. Roy Shellhammer, Wayne Boner, i Pike, Eloise Hare, Meta Scott, Vir- Frank Hollingsworth, Harold F-ddy, ginia Hoppin. Madge Lucille! Thornton Cranston.Oscar Durst. Jack Earh in the week the body of Antone Coudf, Spanish sheepherd- er, on the Conaway ranch, was found in Willow creek, a suicide. Leon Barinaga, a stalwart, young and handsome Greek, was em- ployed to attend Conde's flock. This morning his body was found ia his 'bachelor's shack on the Old Chapman place, part of the Con- away with his head practically severed from the body, a razor by his s'de, with a note in his pocket written on the back of a pay check for on the Bank of Woodland, bearing the 1 fateful words: "I am innocent." LOVE AFFAIR. A affair is back of the tragedy in which a second sheephorder within i I a brief space of time, attending the! AVIS OUT (Continued on Duckworth Urges Clean Milk on Yolo Dairymen Discussing clean milk, the urgency of it, how it can be mest ob- tained, and what Yolo dairymen should do to make their product the best is discussed for the benefit of Yolo county dairymen by Dr. R. E. Duckworth, expert and inspector of the division of animal in- dustry of the department of agriculture of which G. II. Hecke is head, resident of this city. Dr. Duckworth exploits the situation as follows: As state dairy inspector in this sec- same flock, has taken his life to bring mental rest and eternal peace. The body was found early this morning lying1 in a great pool of blood by C. E. Slater, livestock foreman of the Conaway ranch. Deputy Coroner Ross WSlson responded to an official call and took charge of the body. MANY LETTERS. Among the scribblinsrs and papers in possession of the unfortunate and heartsick young man were a number of letters received from and addressed I to Flora Olaeta, Box 245, Lovelock, Nev., and to whom he was either en- STTY FARM AT DAVIS BEING gaged or was desperately in love, for j pQRCED TO MIGRATE TO WOOD- aside from a "thousand kisses andjLAND TO FIND HOUSING FACILJ- hugs" he assured her that he never, TIKS THE PROGRESSIVE BUSI- said anything wrong of her, and she NESS MEN OF THE BUSY LITTLE AS A DIRECT RESULT OF STU- DENTS ATTENDING THE UNIVER- Leo Snaveh for some time head of tion a few words to the daiyman. larse j PrctttJ and small, may not be amiss j The first and most important thine; I want to say and it is with the ut- most seriousness, is that as an in- spector it is our aim to help the dairy- man in every way possible rather than assured him in return that she had faith in him and was glad to know CENTER HAVE HELD AN INITIAL MEETING FOR THE PFRPOSE OF For Mrs. Brooks Former Koloite that ho was faithful in speaking of j ORGANIZING A COMPANY TO her. She wrote that she expected to ERECT A MODERN AND CONVEN- see him in March. It is believed that in later writings ho was charged with making some re- marks about the g-irl which may have to antagonize him arid tear down what the wine department of the Internal fap hag up_ SQ to gpeak_ Revenue Service, has been promoted to the position of chief of the miscel- lanous department. The promotion carries with it a substantial increase 80 acres from John Ruane, at a pur-Jin salary, and a recognition of chase price of with improve- ments included estimated at about The Ruane SO-acres is in the northwest corner of what was form- erly a part of the big Hext Bros, farm of 1300 acres and was subdivided by Senator M. Diggs and sold by G. W. Pierce in small tracts, T. 3. Glide get- ting the largest portion sold in one slice. Snavely's efficient services. Mr. Mr. Snavely has been in the revenue ser- vice for many years, and is considered an expert in all matters relating there- to. His many Woodland friends ex- tend congratulations. Wn. Hord Joins ''Who's Who" Club Meier L. Weil, aged >5 years, and i Clara H. Weil, 35, old sweethearts and i helpmetes, were united again in mar- j riago this afternoon by uJstice of the j Warren Hord telephoned up from San Francisco yesterday that he is now a full-fledged member of the "Who's Who" Club. Henceforth it is-- Grand- pa and Grandma Hord, if please. A dainty little miss ar- rived at the Crocker Hord dom- icile Wednesday. the Peace R. W. Harrison, from Chicago, 111. Both hail Relatives Here On Account Judie Norton's Death Largest In Capay According to Ross Wilson of Kitto and Wilson, which conducted the fun- oral of tho late Judge James H Nor- ton at Guinda yostorday it was tho i largopt assemblage of tho kind in 'hej Capay fiioads coming from far Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Norton of npar ,0 pny (0 fhp vcn. sevvillfl are visiting friends here, hav- i orablc pionoer and his people. The pall- ing boo.n summoned home by the death To begin -with, I try as much as my other work permits to see and talk (Continued on Page Four) Mrs. E. M. Greene arrived Thursday from Long Beach, Cal to join her friend, Mrs. Gertrude, Brooks, who has spent the past throe weeks visiting friends at Winters, Sacramento, Elk! and Woodland Both women caused her to rebuke him and which -r-jjFj Pl'RPOSE iilfiniatoU resulted in his dotermina-l tion to end mortal existence WAS AMBITIONS YOUTH. Tho girl wrote good English, and it was apparent that Loon was trying IENT HOTEL TO MEET THE UN- rSTAL CONDITION THE FTRST MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER BY A. ANDERSON, WHO STATED leave Sacramento today, via Salt Lako to teach himself penmanship and H. W. Spindler, principal of Davis grammar school, reports an increased enrollment since the holidays, the number of pupils in attendance now ap- proximating 140. City and Denver, for their home at Erick, Oklahoma. I Mrs Brooks was a former resident i if Woodland and has many friends i hero She expresses herself as bavins; ed every moment of the time spent in sunny California. One. of the ompliments paid her while here was I an afternoon given at tho home of i Mrs. Delia Morrison, to which inti- mate friends and former co-workers F. PLANT OF OF THE TENTA- TIVE ORGANIZATION. PROFESSOR GORDON H. Tai'E AND H. H. SMITH OF THE DAVIS HORSE AND CATTLE COMPANY WERE AMONG THE SPEAKERS. THE BUSINESS spoiling, for his papers show that he'jxTEKESTS CLMM THEY ARE IN was constantly practicing and scrib- EARNEST AND WILL HAVE A bling. Ho bad many alliances in Nevada, some letters being from friends In Winnotnnoca Some of his letters in-' dieatod that ho had had a vory hard' year, but that he was optimistic and' hoped for tho best, the time when he1 could take tho girl of his choice to HOTEL SOON. Fred Moedinger Breaks His Wrist I'r.-d Mocdnm'er "f the McBroom the New Political Era Signal For Fine Armory Ball, castle, ho had droamocl of build-' Motor Sales compam will be laid un in his reveries of love for a works with a disabled arm. And so another inquest within a while cranking a ear Mrs. Morrison is an adept in the week's time is to he hold over the w heel balk.-d ,md the hones o-1 -he art of entertaining, and was a charm- shepherd of a Conawav ranch rj -in weio broken He is about hostess on this occasion The which is- rmain running here and there with his arm In a I of the Woodland Robokah Ixnige, i !0, were bidden. in 2 to o'clock hours from quickly and joyously. Decorations TO, simple and in pood taste, tho n'PIlt ti'olif color being pink and greon. In .bo dining room curtains wore drawn and soft lights radial from can- and tulle, drapod shades as pissed without iruid.inoe other than lhat af-1 bv those of tho ranch in other i shn Tho suii ido made pertain of death, "Mrs. K. Hut ton of Santa Cruz, visiting in Woodland, was the The advent of prohibition in the r.t.ilc and nation will he fittingly cole- ,hn ionR for a cosy tea i-.'-..led tomorrow night at the New the Morrison truests wore.- Armory regular ovorv vein, artery, plpo, rmiF- j-nest reoeii'K of Mr.s. C. M. Fishb.ick kiiig at a nf'frnoon home dnr- inc which dint -mcl refrrshmor.ts were "'i. HP and llisinmnt of of tho back bo hall on the occasion of Mae Lmddon. Mrs Amelia Kol-i weeklv dance, which again Frankio Barker, Mis Ed i than oxpoflod and a large- brUht sjvnts Mrs h' b.-r- Tho for whom '10 -irob- Mrs. Fiahback, ii dii-d uoliHod. and 1 )ir ton, n '''her of S ears of age, of Mr. Norton's father, the late Judge bearers were: .Tamos Nielsoon, Edward Merger, A. L. Given, F. ,T Russell, R. J. H. Norton of Guinda. Mr. Norfon j H. Nichols and W. E. Grimm. Rev. is muoh intfrostod in his newly-ac- quired Lake rountv He has Iwtli grain and orchard properties un- der cultivation. Ora-bh omfliated and irtormont was made in the Odd Follows Capay Capay Odd Fellows had chnrgo of the sorvicos promises to fill the hall as last week.' Toothakcr, Mrs. Lucy Weaver. Mrs The music has becomo specially Knauer. viting and an excellent time is assur- .........4. od. Weather conditions are better than expect od and alroadva a 1 rgo niiiuber of auto parties from the out- cemetery this mornin.- -f- sido districts arc promised. Fifth stroot last Wodnosday at tho of 77 yoars was plnood In in Athletic Girls Of High Plan Ilex Benefit Soon Mrs. S. In Reid At Rest Here Mrs. Sarah J. Reid, venerable resi- dent of this oity who died at her home! of the week by Illness. n r impressive i< es at 1" i r tho Krellonhprg chap.d and flucted by tbo. Rev. W E. Bobbitf ilflatives acted ns pallbearers and 'n '.-rmont wart in Woodlanrl rrinotorv f'itv Suporintonilonl 'borstoin was confined to his and probablv for tbe Vn'or Crit'ston. Luc.llo Browning, Ho'on Summers. 'I'll.- A of'.-i rs this j oar are: illo Rrownin-jr. prosidont; Judith i-president Pike, Dnv treasurer. Tho girls atbleti- assooiat ion o" school is planning tit give .1 lonofit piny in the noar ,re This is for the benefit of tho d 'hat all the pupils of the 1 inav enrolled in tho Junior i Tho, teachers in charge "Ur Mrs Gf-orge Beitzel and i ririlmers. Miss Fllnn, Miss i childrer, of FC1V Grove were visitors Hampshire and Mrs Proc. i Wednesday nt tho M. J. MoWllliams, 'or 'I he (ommittpo Is pompnsed of; south Third street, residence. JEWS PA PER I IN SPA PERI   

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