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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - September 30, 1896, Woodland, California WEDNESDAY JS VENI TROUT HOOKED IN QUEER Mr. With a liy 10. Lincoln Kellogg tells in about live pound trout trout think of fish they hooked in other places in early spring in a stream thn foot of tho Olympic not far from waa cold and be- ing snow und tho did not bito as they havo done it been when tho sun had warmed things Ho fished all the but without although his companion had a. 10 inch till he und lit flu bright and dark blue and low and green but to 110 After luncheon wo Jack went up stream and I goon I to a The river came dashing down over a steep riillo into boiling with a lay eddy up one I east hero ami for a Then there was it heavy splash out in the reel to I to tho and down tho entirely to stop tho t up Clio down again times be- fore I could stop Then I got him into my and I saw IM him saw also how ic that rushes had been so powr rf The hook had caught in his dorsal When Kellogg managed to work tho into a little which ho able to ir. not having net or ho that it five know how fish hooked in the side will more especially in a They know further that 110 Jish makes so good u as one hooked in the tail where tho ho will not readily pull than trout struck a fish and it was a lour v even judging from the ic but at on getting the net under the has found it to a follow of a pound or less hooked in tho Tho place where 1 to hook their trout is clown in the corner of the month where the two lips This is a tough and a hook tened there is better than one fastened else for hold fast Big trout are seldom or never taken when hooked in the though otio hooked in tho tongue fights in an up hill But in either of these places the trout does not the light a tail hooked one The of Some say in Wales that if shoo is nailed to tho lintel of tho door no witch can ever enter tho and that if one of them happens to go a neighbor's house a broom placed across the threshold by of the ily will prevent her Somebody has said that two straws laid crosswise on the threshold will servo the purpose quite A neighbor's wife heard one of them mumbling something to herself and believed that she was ing the Lord's Prayer body has also said that they can all be Bent after Pharaoh and his into tho depths of the Keel sea if recourse be had to an but that tho latter must be skilled in all the nal before he can compass this mighty The belief in these tilings is rapidly gaining It has ready crossed tho new bridge mill and has crept up from Corn past along the seashore as far as IE is also ing its way having by this time almost IN ached that famous old si one called if its progress is not it will soon ar- at tho in then on to tho thence to tho and so 10 long they will all be full of and their In In Russia much rain is considered a good It is believed that the fall washes away the evil who would otherwise bo hovering in tho air ready to work woe to the monarch about to place his crown on his the bride on the point of plighting her tho babe on its way to the font or er might be the hero or heroine of tho tho superstitious believes tnat each stream of wa- ter has its or good a lovely maiden with How hair floating down her who spreads plenty but should the water .so that her hair she will die and famine or other disaster delphia do Not some few articles and tell how low we sell them don't think cur goods are high Get our T. S. In Your On receipt of tun cash or it generous sample will lie mailed of the most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cream to strate groat of ELY Warren New York Rev. Jolm of Omf recommended Ely's Halm to mo. I emphasize is a tive cure for catarrh if as Francis W. Pastor Central Mont. Ely's Cream Balm is fho euro for catarrh and contains no mercury nor any injurious CO Good Work For Jeweler Ryan is now turning out some of the best work was ever done in this both in And t LIFE LINES ON THE ol Thero iH n man in Philadelphia who claims that it is much easier to read one's character and past and future from the maps on the soles of one's feet than it is from the palms of tho Ho calls it The while refusing to tell the names of tho owners of the feet in most showed a number dia- grams the other day and explained ton reporter how he read the fortunes i the he a lic and I do not mind her Hero is her Look at it. It's worth for is not only one of the most bountiful women on the American but it is remarkable in other Her foot is so beautifully arched that little of her sole touched tho paper when she placed her foot upon it. The intellectual and artistic lines uro very clearly on her and one need but see and hear Miss Elliott speak for a few to realize that her artistic and capabilities are of a high Tho lines of intuition and imagination are both remarkably long. The cross be- tween the lino of love and tho head 1 i indicates that in a love Miss ott would bo governed largely by has strong ing to the long heart A contrast to Miss Elliott's foot was that of a factory girl from This was a foot common to people of little There was scarcely any to the Tho lines of mental capacities and intuition were very and tho was entirely The and lovo lines well defined and long. The lines also indicated firmness and great a decided fondness for so the Still another foot that of ty Here again was high arch. It among other that she ncr have to stand on her as did the poor The lines told of her having heart and less ambition than the factory girl selfishness and vanity in tine It seemed well that silk and dainty shoes usually kept it from tho sight of those who its er's character in the that There was tho foot of the preacher and tho and the each Deemed to 11 a in keeping with its owner's vocation and Last cf all came of the man about was no arch ther It had como down Ic looked as if it was used mostly in ing tip and down a fashionable street and standing about the It had good nature gnd self some generosity and some brains in but little SNAPS 4-50 725 INNER SET complete for G 60 DINNER SET complete lor 11 100 Best quality DINNER SET for 6 60 0.25 DINNER SET 0 for la loc Guaranteed Very Beat PRETTY DECORATION Will Cost You Double SEE 1 55C Per Pints 650 per doz. Quarts r 850 per doz Half Gallons j 350 per doz. BTG PRESENTS FREE Profits Divided with Customers Who Come Direct to Great American Tea PRIOR 1IAIX ST. MONEY SAVING IN SAN FRANCISCO STOP AT CALIFORNIA HOTEL Absolutely and thoroughly Modern in Construction and BUSH near Kearney plan per day and up American plan per day and up College Stable REUP OF 1 huve just out J. 0. und the thing you will My Vehicles are My Horses are the Am prepared to do business ou Every branch of tho business wi be supervised personally by me. My Boarders Shall Have My Best My livery In all its branches shall be uless All transients that may come will ro- I Shall Keep Open All A trusty mail on O. P. AND IS OP R. H. PAPER Dose's 61 and 65 CO Furniture Wi be soid at UNDERTAKING ln Promptly Attended OF THISE AND MAIS BT Ji In a recent letter to th e manufacturers Mr. F. editor of the may be a pleasure to you to know the high in Chamberlain's are held by the people of your own where must be best An aunt of who resides at was to visit me a few years and before home wrote if they were sold stating they were not she would bring a quantity with as she did not to be without The medicines referred to are Chamberlain's Cough famous for its cures of colds and Pain Balm for lame pains in the side and and Chamberlain's Cholera and Remedy for bowel com- These medicines have been in use in Iowa for almost a ter of a The people have earned that they are of treat worth and and unequaled by any They are for sale here by Do You cents per 10 to 12J.< cents per pails 5-pound 50 At Exchange Myv Chalmers CASTORIA For Infants and 518 ot D. 0. BEAN ft and Bedding b Window Baby Picture etc. REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED Undertaking n West Main Woodland MATER Between Q and Sacramento the SISTERS OF is hy tho most of und Rained many patrons throughout tlic Apart from the personal earn and attention lo Misters employ faithful nd well trained who arc In constant day nnd further apply to resident DR. J. Subscribers receiving this number marked on the upper hand corner ot this are reminded that they are in arrears for one or more years The date printed after your name and to which attention is shows when your subscription The amount due from each individual is but in ihe aggregate foots up We are greatly in need of and subscribers who are more than one year in arrears confer a great favor by remitting a if not convenient to pay the amount ED. MAKE YOUR OWN SODA SOMETHING TUST A pure fruit flavor mixed with plain or Peltzer which we handle and will de- liver to any part of the makes u delicious IT A Send in vour orders to the WOODLAND BOTTLING WORKS HORNLEIN 4 Delmonico W. J. BEST COOKED MEALS FROM 35o. Fresh in Any Day or The table ia supplied with the best the service und a For Sale on the I will sell to the highest 108 Acres of Muscatel Grapes on the The estimated yield is 200 The vineyard is located NEAR And Is known as the Gould Send bids to the undersigned at JESSE G. Blouse Sets and AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT JEWELRY Watches etc. Optical Repairing done ut Reasonable Prices EK OF M Authorized oo Paid Up oo Surplus oo Profit and 67 J. F. b. O. V. A HANKING BUSINESS PONK Bank of C filiform ft. CAPITAL PAID East End Wood FOURTH MAIN California Mountain and Second Growth River ALL INCHES TO Full measure l mineral T. A. CITY Wholesale Retail BUTCHERS and Cold Storage in tlw W. W. 0. W. ANB CORRESPONDENTS t Hank of BAnk of York First National Aim draw nn the principal A Main Itlm Board and to a west Tho ana and in the in the 4 A- AT an 1 f J J. 4, Al ill mi Volo i Cal. C. A 1'I't.'HN K V A N i nl N. i A li INS. AM ut over o W COON E. r 1 U. VV 007 i between Gin 7th, baura II 1SOK.HON VAN 627 J Cal. ISAAC 531 K I C. WOOD tJ Office over of B. AND 004 I duo- L. JOHNSON 50-1 J MIBS NORA and All kinds of copying Koom 1 Beamer flood aei Oal J. H. P. 401 J street rooms 3, 4, and 5, Cal. and 1 Notary Cal. 420 J and Notary over Montgomery San J Cal SEARCHERS 12, Beamer DEMOCRAT YOLO COUNTY TITLE COM pany unc N. Manager Bank new over Elston's South Second between Lincoln Oak All accounts presented to August quarterly 12 A. to 5 P. and 8 M. Telephones and main G. M. PHYSICIAN AND 10 to 12 A. 1 to o and 7 to S 3t. over Farmers A D. D. new Diggs rooms 1 and 5. 9 to 12, and 1 to 5. DR. K. E. EX- Farmers Bank A. N. Cal. over and Rooms 11 and 12. JOHN T. D. D. DENTAL Excelsior Over Cal. 15AKI513KS. TONSORIAL moved to and Bant 50 polite and artistic O TO A. PINTO'S MARKET FOR FRESH vegetables and Country produce bought and Prices Goods delivered to any part of tht city free of II J. OF PIANO 1'ostollicc Cal. PEERLESS ABE liquors and Next to Bank oJ MAS ON'S Steam Laundry SHIRT 5ZIJ This well-known has in Woodland iu Barber Under New Bank Where led will receive prompt on and delivered on Nothing But First-Class PRICES Send in a Trial Order and bfc EMIL Agent BYRNS HOTEL Tonsorial LOUIS Haircutting and Shampoo 1SC. Tho Ruths in DJO rity rnn hurt ftt The are in and can either fresh SKA SALT or H ERVIN Bricklayer AA. V nnd without n I lino of 1'lnstcr'n of Fire a ge table the Food ting tlic of Promotes ness neither nor NOT A p Remedy for Sour Diarrhoea Worms ness and Loss OF Tac Simile of NEW EXACT COPY OF THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE 3 M IS ON THE WRAPPER OP EVERT ASTORIA Castoria is put up In bottles It is mot sold in Don't allow anyone to sell yon anything else on the plea or that it is as and answer every pnr that yon get rl Ths P. T. General Etc. ONE OF THE LARGEST X AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS IN YOLO Highest Market Price Paid for Farm F. ARE THE HIGHEST OF ALL HIGH Warranted superior to any Bicycle In the of price Do not be induced to pay more money for nn inferior on bavins the and guaranteed by the Indiana Bicycle a million dollar whose bond is as good as 876. Indiana Bicycle Retail 18-20 McAllister San Cal. A. Agent for Woodland and D. H. FOURTH AND J LATEST STYLES ALWAYS ON Hais made to Old hats renovated to look u Public T WILL SELL AT 1MT.LK! AUCTION ON MY 1 east from Volo on Oct. At 10 O'clock A. following THIRTY HEAD OF HORSES AND One spun 7-year-old 1-100 pounds cacti Out- spun well pounds brown years 1SOO edch ono spun bay S 1200 One work 7 years ISO One spun work S years 125 pounds Knur brood 72M to MflO pounds Two Nevada years Kive Two Ruckling colts and fl head of THE 130 Ellis San Adjoining new Y. M. C. A. MRS. KATE S. X Hot and Cold Five net of Two One One one a lot of fifth etc. OF All of unit All 12 credit with approved notes nt 7 cent. OPEN 60c MONTHLY FREE W. S. SON Hotel Idea r. neya their ana Use ot hundred W 4 t
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