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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - July 17, 1906, Woodland, California WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1869 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA TUESDAY EVENING JULY 17 1900 ESTABLISHED 1877 PURELY PERSONAL Comings and Goings of Well Known People Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell iE or Near the City of Woodland CITY TRUSTEES Adopt Resolution Authorizing the Bond Election toil went to this morn ing Mies II went to Blacks to day Mrs Ed Jacobs Is in Woodland to day Miss Ora today Windsor went to Colusa C A Osborne left for Falls today Art Powers made a trip to Sacra mento today John made a trip to Sacra mento today Asa Morris went to San Francisco this morning P H Elliott and family went to Yuba City today i City Recorder Ball left for Garfield Park this morning H A and family left today for Samuel springs Miss Juliet Jacobs has gone to Rum sey for a weeks visit P T Laugenour was a southbound passenger Oils morning Miss Edyth Van Anda returned from Alameda Monday evening Mr and Mrs B J Tharp left for Bullo Monday evening Hiss Edith Nelson left for Seattle to visit with a brother Howard and Otto went to Grove this morning Mian Swinney has been en gaged to teach in the Monday district Miss Lola has been engaged to teach in Oie district Mrs E and Miss Elaine pent to Suiter coun ty today R of Capay valley nnd S V Sparks of Davis are in Wood land today Mrs Mary Price Mrs Kate Sherman and Mrs W P Wilbur went to Sacra mento this morning Mrs Frankie Hicks who has been visiting Mrs H Siehe returned to San Francisco this morning Misses Myrtle and Clara Voisard re turned Sunday evening from a delight ful visit of three In Tulare D B Guile went to Lotus El Dorado county today to attend the funeral of his the late William v Galleher Among the arrivals on the noon were James Moore Mrs Walden Joe C Huston F L Mattel and Nader and three assistants have been at work equipping tbe telephone exchange returned to this morning Mrs U Welges returned today from a six weeks with relatives In New York Sue declares there is no place like California and she is delight ed to be at home again Among the arrivals Monday evening Mrs J W Browning and daugh ter Miss Mrs A M Eaton Geo Welder Mrs Lucero and daughter Miss Lita and A L Miss Minnie Baker left this morning for a trip to Los Angeles Santa Bar bara and other southern cities anc towns She expects to be gone about two weeks Her mother Pauline Baker accompanied her as lar as Sac and Mrs C Q Nelson and Miss Florence Bush left for Independence Lake this morning This afternoon Mr and Mrs Douglas will leave for the same place and later they will be joined by Mrs E J Bandy and Miss Era Rev T G PIcton and wife left this morning for Los Gatos Later they will go to Santa Cruz and attend the state convention of the Christian churches which will be in session there from July 24th to August 6th They expect to be gone at least a month and during their absence there will be no regular morning and evening ser vices In the Christian church but de meetings may be held A special meeting of the city trus tees was held Monday evening for the purpose of considering n resolution calling for a bond election This reso lution was read and adopted It enu the following improvements as necessary New city hall an ex tension of the city water mains and the sewor system the improvement of and the paving oE Main street Vom the railroad to cemetery avenue where not How paved The additional cost of paving would probably be about 20000 would increase the bond issue to A Burnett and H Bertrams appli cation for a liquor license was granted Trustee reported that the Marston estate wants 275 for 12 feet east of the and 1C feet north of Keehn Bros land necessary to straighten Fifth street Tlie estate will the street The matter was referred to the street committee with instructions to report at the next meeting City Attorney Pickard was instruct ed to draw an ordinance regulating the speed of automobiles on the streets of Woodland and all are in to attend the next meeting o the board LOCAL BREVITIES That Will Interest Woodland People terns of More or Less Importance Picked lip Here and There on the Wing LELAND STANFORD COURTHOUSE NEWS Leonard Keller is very ill with at the Pacific House Two tame Shetland ponies are want d See ad in column A gold pin with black enamel has ueen lost See column A meeting of the chamber of com lerce will be held in the office of Bidwell Reith this evening at 8 oclock The double tuber in the Democrat window is a freak of na ture in the garden of L W Savage Bay Roy the high caste On Monday the board ot supervisors ordered that the report of viewers ot road bo returned tor cor rection A reward of was offered for the capture of Timothy Tho supervisors sitting as board of equalisation transacted the follow ing business Monday Application of J W of north of section 15 township 11 north range 2 west reduced from to per acre southwest and south of southeast of section in township 11 north range 2 west re from to S per acre west Vi of section township II north range 2 reduced from to J per acre Application of M 15 und G K Swin of seel ion II lown ship S north range 3 east reduced from to per acre Application of Virginia Application rejected ami denied Matter of raise of assessment of Christian motion all bors voting therefor it ordered that the assessment of Christian Witte be raised as On lots 28 29 and 30 block Ifi Washington from On lots 28 29 and 0 block 9 from lo The case of M Clancy vs W S Wright is on trial in the superior RAILROAD NOTES oclock or moro than an hour schedule time Under the proposed I now schedule with one train to do tlic work of two we will bo In luck lo got San Francisco mail at 1 oclock In the afternoon or two hours behind schedule time flf Train i t officials who have Ul I OBI i study of such problems and Should Not be Lowered Proposed Change Would Be an Un just Discrimination Against Woodland A Rev Hindu We desire to inform the students ami friends of Stanford teat the work of the university will continue as usual in all depart ments for the coming term The buildings of the inner gle were scarcely injured by the dis aster of April 18th The work of re of the outer quadrangle being pushed as rapidly as possible and we feel certain that the buildings necessary for the actual work of the university such as classrooms libra ries laboratories and dormitories will be ready for use by August the date of the entrance examinations for the new term the registration of stu dents beginning on August and instruction on August Signed S F LEIB President of Board of Trustees DAVID S JORDAN President of Stanford University MILITIAMEN WHO QUALIFIED In the published scores of the regi mental shoot C H of Com pany B Colusa was credited with a total of which was an error in the footings His total was The eight men who qualified to enter the state competition were Sergeant Salis bury Company A Chico Private C H Company B Colusa Ser geant C A Rice Company A Chico Private F B Newland Company D Colusa Lieutenant E G Griffin Com pany F Woodland Sergeant C H Turner Company F Woodland Ser geant W L Rutherford Company H Placerville Corporal C E Darker Company H Placerville Captain Lee will recommend Ser geant of Company D Marys ville as a ninth man owing to the Cac that he has always stood well in hi target practice RECORDER Le Pierce announces himself in thl issue as a candidate for the for county recorder subject to the de islon of the Democrats of the count and whatever method they may adop in making the nomination Mr Pierce convert who preached on the courthouse lawn Monday evening is an able and eloquent pulpit orator Elmer Osborne is doing very well und his family and friends are very hopeful that no serious results will follow the operation performed on him f the Woodland sanitarium Sunday Robert Masters a brother of Mrs H Harrison of this city was operated upon for appendicitis in the railroad hospital Sacramento on Monday and is reported to be getting along nicely There was an item in tho Demo crat of Monday in relation to the theft of a horse and buggy at Elmira The property was located at Madison today by Sheriff Griffin A man drove horse and buggy into town Mori ay evening and put it In a stable his morning he could not ue found In another column will be found the st ot merchants who are issuing vot ng coupons with every 25 cent pur base These coupons can be voted for ny lodge church school organization ir person of Woodland by November Gth and the winner will receive a piano Ballot boxes are at lie Corner Drug Store and Baseball News are credited with being expert 1 In railroading seem unable to snisp tho fact that such an arrange ment Is stupid as a business ilon and foolish as a matter of ency rank discrimination and utter disregard for the convenience nnd accommodation ot Us Woodland patrons Is certain to arouse faction resentment nnd antagonism among people who much prefer lhat the relations between themselves and be railroad company should remain It is certain lo raise n ques lion that will be nu Issue In tho com ing campaign SUNSETS GREETING To Its there are some where near 100000 of them In all parts of the message of greeting goes court today This Is a damage stilt in which plaintiff asks for and costs of suit The defendant leased some laud from the who alleges that defendant failed to comply with the terms of tho agreement N A Hawkins Is attorney for plaintiff und W A Anderson represents the dc fendant The jury of J F Mast R O Armstrong J E Suggett Andrew Jackson J W Franks H If Fisher T Fish back E Voisard G D Zimmerman O E lacobs T E Rob erts and F S Red tie Ul Mr Clancy John Brady Ora Wright and John Coonrod liad testified for the plaintiff when this report closed Before the company puts Into operation a schedule Hint will fur impair n train service Unit is none ot the best ut present it should con sult tbe business men who will be most affected by the proposed uhuiiKo and it should be influenced by the judgment of train men and its lo cal are thorough Ihc situation and not one of whom can be induced to en dorse a railroad policy that will dis criminate against Woodland in matter of train and mull service Both the passenger and tho freight traffic Is now so heavy that none of tbe trains can be depended upon to make schedule time except the contributors subscribers advertisers ville local passenger train southbound Hni necessary and In tho morning and afternoon All I at present more than the wln HUGH E CRUTCHER BURIED with the announcement that In spite of everything the twin powers of nnd Progress urc the possession of Sunsets publishers and enthusiasm joins with enterprise to carry on the work begun In this as well ns In other directions and interests To regain Its standard of excellence In typo graphic artistic nnd literary lines may require a little lime anil the pa nnd goodwill of all are coupled with the cooperation from The management the local base ball learn has received the lineup of the Sutler City baseball club which will meet the local team at Recrea tion Park next Sunday in what ought to bo one of the closest ot the season The Sutler City aggregation has never played la tils city but from the reports published In the and Yuba City papers we judge that It Is a strong nine So far as we can remember it has lost but one game this season Many of the members of the team are well known In this city The lineup will probably lie as Woodland Pos Sutler City Adama c Howell or Jas Baird Ib H Epperson Hoag 2b C Epperson 3b Tharp McDonald ss McLean D Schluer If Hoy et Gibson R Jacobs nil the piano can be seen Vogue at The J G Crutcher received u tele gram today from his father E W Crutcher Emmet Idaho informing him that the late Hugh E Crutcher was burled on Monday and that the mother is bearing up well under the terrible bereavement Mr had telegraphed his parents to bring the body to Woodland for burial but it seems that they decided the journey was too long to un A regular meeting of Marguerite Circle Companions of the Forest was held Monday evening After the rou tine business was transacted the doors were opened and the installation of the officers was public Before the in services began Mrs Spencer and Mrs Wiles were initiated into the order Mrs Louisa Mezgar Deputy Chief Companion installed the following officers Miss Nora Hayes C C Mrs Ella Robinson S C C Mrs Mary R S Mrs Artie Smith R G Mrs Melissa Baker L G Mrs Hubbard I G Peter Scott O G Upon the conclusion of the installa tion ceremonies there was a social hour during which very nice refresh ments were served LATE MKS JOSEPHINE SMITH TWENTY YEAR BATTLE I was a loser in a twenty year bat tle with chronic piles and malignant sores until L tried Arnica Salve which turned the tide by cur ing both till not a trace remains writes A M Bruce of Farmville Va Best for old ulcers cuts burns and wounds at W H Lawsons drug store LAKE The Beautiful surrounded by attract ive resorts Stopover allowed on all firstclass tickets Cheap excursion tickets on sale at ticket offices of Southern Pacific other trains run from a hull hour lo two hours behind schedule lime four or five days in the week So great is the freight traffic that Woodland shippers have much in getting cars to ship hay stock and grain One shipper explained the situation facetiously when he remark ed that lambs bought in Yolo county for the San Francisco market are full grown before hey reach their destination The northbound Oregon express Is generally so crowded with passengers Uial it from hall an hour to an hour in making the run from Sun Francisco to Woodland If passengers leave the local at Duvis and board the express for Woodland and other points they will discover that In nearly every instance they will be unable to obtain jeats I There has not been a southbound morning train from Woodland within two weeks that did not carry more passengers than could find seats The local day trains arc also do ing a good business Saturday after noon the local had 102 aboard when it pulled Woodland And this is one of the trains that the railroad company proposes to discon There has not been a dissenting opinion in Woodland and vicinity to the suggestion that the Oregon express be run on the east side to meet any de mand may be for a new train and that the west side be given a reli able local to run either from San Fran cisco or We arc entitled to lit least one train that may lie de pended upon with reasonable cerlain ty Under the present schedule it fre occurs that we do not get our San Francisco mull until after 1 ning of I ho best standard and the gain greatest success ONLY YEARS OLD I am only 83 years old and dont expect even when I get to be real old to feel that way as long as I can get OLD CHRONIC SORES As n dressing for old chronic sores there la nothing so good as Chamber lains Salve While it Is not advisable to heal old sores entirely they should be kept In good condition for which this salve Is especially valuable For sore nipples Chamberlains Salve has For sale by J R Sbel no superior lon CASTORIA Electric Bitlers says of Dublin Mrs Ga E H Surely theres nothing else keeps the old ns young and makes the weak as strong as this grand tonic medicine Dys torpid liver Inflamed kidneys or chronic constipation arc after laKing Electric Hitlers a reason able time Guaranteed by W II Law sou Bears the signature of In use for over thirty years and The kind you have always bought Got your shoes at Grohs A top given away with every pair of shoes B21 Main street For a good snave haircut or itoo go to barber shop tf Leave orders for City Laundry at the Ariel Candy Store BLACK AND WHITE LONG e e 0 i is serving his second term as city treasurer His majority at the first election large enough to attest his popularity among those who know him most intimately He was reelected by a still larger majority which is The body of Mrs Josephine Smith did not arrive Monday evening as was expected It came at noon today un der the escort of relatives and friends Services were held in St Lukes church at 2 oclock this afternoon read convincing evidence of his efficiency j Kev j of Marys as a public official During his first Episcopal burial service term there was no delinquent tax list and only two during his second term He is a man of Integrity and great popularity N ELY FOR RECORDER issue will be found the an of William Lowry Ely who Is seeking the Democratic for county recorder Mr Ely is a young man and comparatively new ABSTRACTING TOLO COUNTY TITLE ABSTRACT COMPANY Con and abstracting All trans posted daily Office over Bank if Woodland E T of Records of Titles Second street north of postoffice Woodland Cal HOP PICKING At Durst Yards Cal Will commence about August 10 200 pickers wanted white people pre ferred largest crop on the coast cleanest picking yards closed the town of Good camping ground wood and water free A lim number of tonls for rent All who apply before August will be given employment Register now Address BROS Cal Long silk gloves are to be liad until Fall But we have black and white long lisle gloves lace top in all sizes Get share We give votes for the Piano to be given away A vote with every purchase Ask for your votes YOU KNOW FRED The Trade Palace Mrs Le Pierce and Miss Minnie Prior rendered the song service both in the church and at the cemetery were many beautiful floral of ferings and many old friends of the family attended the services The pallbearers were Dr H H Stev enson Emil Fred Bullock Vic Miller W H Huston and Ed Mer Ing Leave orders for City Laundry at r Tt t ILIA In the field of politics He is the son c d of James Ely and the grandson of the u late Benjamin Ely He therefore comes of a pioneer family and one j that has been unswerving in Its Dem ocracy Those who know Mr Ely inti mately vouch for Ms Qualifications to perform the duties of the position he seeks as well as for his integrity DOWEL COMPLAINT IN CHILDREN NOTICE To Young Men and Women Great opportunities are awaiting you in the business world Hundreds of young men and women wanted In and around Oakland and San Francis DONT BE BACKWARD Do not hesitate to aak for a free sample of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets We are glad to give them to anyone who la troubled with biliousness constipation or any dis order of the stomach Many have neon permanently cured by their use J H Shelton During the summer months children j co to take positions as stenographers are subject to disorders ofthe bowels bookkeepers telegraphers office as which should receive careful attention as soon as the first unnatural loose ness of the bowels appears The best Is use for bowel complaint s Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Remedy as it promptly controls any unnatural looseness of Jie bowels For sale by J R Shel FOR CONSULTATION Dr Bush will ne In Wood land for consultation on Sundays irom 1 to 4 oclock p m at residence of C W Bush corner Lincoln avenue and Third street ton A HARD LOT of troubles to contend with spring from a liver nnd blockaded bowels unless you awaken them to their proper action with Dr Kings New Life Pills tho nnd most effective cure for constipation They prevent appendicitis and tone up the system at W il Lawsons drug store Dr R B Campbell dentist formerly of Woodland lias returned etc at good salaries The Polytechnic Business College of Oakland the leading school or the kind in the West endorsed by the Chamber of Commerce and leading ed offers exceptional opportuni ties to those who can enter college at once nnd prepare for positions This school Is considered by many to bo the best equipped business college in America It is unquestionably superi or to any other similar school west ot Chicago All expenses low Home In Instruction Address Polytechnic Business Col lege Dept A Oakland Cal for free catalogue showing the elegant Interi ors and splendid facilities of tho school which has five times moro money Invested than any other school In the West New build ing In perfect condition THEY ARE IN OUR WINDOW AN ALL WOOL SUIT VALUE ON SALE AT ROSENBERG CO 613615 MAIN STREET Clean up of Lawns Entire Stock at Your Own Prices Ladies we intend to give you tv salo on lawns next Satur day that will astonish you Tho entire lino goes at prices unheard of before in tho history of Yolo county Listen About fine lawn suits in handsome patterns They sell for and Our dainty 35 50 and 75 cent lawns none reserved Tlie entire assortment of our 20 and lawns will go for The and goods exceptional values in the first place SALE PRICE SALE PRICE 25 cents yard SALE 15 cents yard SALE PRICE 10 cents yard Now theso arc all now goods bought this year Tho Is It Is getting lata ID tho season bus them Is plenty of yot for wearing light dresses and at prices tho season la lia ble to bo prolonged Tho CONTEST IS ONA v oto every 25 cent purchase For particulars call hero or any of th in tho sale THE VOGUE
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