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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - August 26, 1920, Woodland, California ISSUED DAILY EXCEPT THURSDAY AUGUST DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877. w Next Week Four Hours to Control Julian Old Menace to be Condemned AFTER FOUR OF HARD GAiLLING UPON RESOURCE WITHIN THE REACH OF THE WOODLAND FIRE THE IN THE JULIAN WAS CONTROL AT 7 LAST THE FIRE SMARTED AT WITH A BLACK SMOKE EMANATING FROM A FUEL ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF THE IN A COURT SMALL APARTMENT TION OCCUPIED BY FAMILIES WHO SOUGHT TO DO LIGHT COOKING AND THE IT IS EVEN YET THOUGHT THAT THE FIRiE DEFECTIVE WIRING FROM SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION IN THIS THE SMOKE COMING FROM THE THE BUILDING EXCEPTING THE NORTH WING ON SECOND WHICH FOR THE SECOND TIME SERIOUS THE SAME HAVING BEEN destroyed by a disastrous fire in 1892, or 28 years The Woodland fire the J. J. Jacobs motor company and Hotel Razed by Fire PROPERTY OF DESTROYED TIME IN 28 E. C under direction of Fire stopped the just as it was about to enter annex from the main The eight in damaged by water and CONDEMN The outer walls of the building are still but the front which is three stories is so ly cracked that it is regarded a ace ro public City Attorney John H. Laugenour stated this ing that it would be necessary for the city trustees to take immediate action in the matter of condemning the standing walls as a menace to public The southwest corner of the the Bentz dry goods and notion store were not so seriously so far as the interior of their floors were concerned although everything in them was The Jacobs company saved all of its stock and hold furniture and the fixtures of the one knows for a Julian restaurant were all were two important developments are more or less of a loss due to losses Roomers say greatest volume or various scatteration and the smoke came from room on stock is ond in which wood and Seno was insured for and Bentz kindling were The tact that T 4- 1 i nT Cause of Fire Only Speculative sat ca sa Pa Stranger Seen Causes Suspicion me LUC As to the origin of the Julian smoke being confined and let loose Julian fire will prompt it's all a matter of one big cloud as the tlame ate irs Merritt Sees Necessity For Immediate Action on Weeks Has Plans 1 DIRECTORS AND STOCKHOLDERS OF THE NEW WOODLAND TEL FORMED SOME WEEKS WILL MEET THE FORE SEPTEMBER TO DISCUSS PLANS FOR EXPEDITING THE COMPLETION OF A NEW HOTEL FOR THIS N. PRESIDENT OF THE MADE THIS MENT THIS LEAVES TOMORROW FOR SALT ON A SHORT BUSINESS BUT HE TODAY FOR A MEETING TO BE PROBABLY TOE LATTER PART OF WEEKS HAS BEEN BUSY ALL GATING NEW HOTEL EQUIPMENT HAVING IN MIND TO report to the as soon as he j is said President fire naturally spurs on Open Byrns the directorate and stockholders to get down to business as soon as Stock payments were stopped in enabling the subscribers to have tihe use of their money while the architect was busy on the inary details Additional funds must be raised in to carry through the but the stockholders be- for about smoke found its way to all corners of UuU ON 'the building so quickly and was so R. G. Charles L. J. leads to the theory that a D. Musgrove and other who are in- defective wiring or AI way through a wall in the before the fire an officer observed a man but never arrested here before for incendiarism This same man was at Dixon on the night that the Dixon hotel was the sinoke at that fire being in- tense and coming from all sides of the building the same as it did here Before the Ogden house fire the individual was If there is no miscarriage of plans Chris lessee of the destroyed Julian will take over the old business interests to respond and is a matter to be enable the association to proceed There have been no agreements or the out delay with the erection of a merely a desire on the part of able hostelry Mr. Knight to further serve the Hie desires to see Mrs. D N. Hershey and the Porter owners of the before making any statement in the The southwest corner of the D. and other who are wiring or wall in particular cracked seriously in the insurance on the ous combustion ignited the the apout tne and leans several inches from the plumb The hotel even though run down and was of erable value as a source of large enue to the D. N Hershey which owned the hotel part being under lease to Chris E whose lease expired on ber 1 of this IThe building was reconstructed ter the fire of 1S92 at a cost of proximately which would mean at this time a loss of double that considering the ent increase in material and everything that goes into a structure of any Most of the furnishings were owned by the now ab- sent in Santa while Proprietor Knight had about worth of property in some of the fittings added by him to make the place more He held insurance DESTRUCTION The fruit and confectionery store operated by P. Seno and Julian lobby and front office suffered the greatest loss on the ground The Julian hotel This Applies Only to Those Not Served By City Because of ED AND AD- VANCE IN THE OF. EVERYTHING THAT INTO THE PUBLICATION OF A it has become an absolute to raise the subscription price of the WOODLAND DAILY ORAIT and The of EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 1920, the subscription price will be per year to all OLD and NEW subscribers whose paper goes through the United States mail for either general delivery or by rural carrier and for all subscribers receiving their papers in the boxes at the THIS IS AiN ADVANCE OF A FLE LESS THAN PER For a period of less than one the rate will be 65c per ON THE LISTS NOT BE as they are already paying a 65c per month Both papers regret the sity for this but it not be avoided if publication is to DAILY The Mall of are making every effort to make adjustment of Mrs and her daughters ere in San this morning rom Pacific and arrived home t Bentz Have Insurance Human Side of Julian Hotel Blaze Close Up Snaps at Both Fire and Fighters JULIAN'S GUESTS REPORT LOSSES Setting the pace for other are he will be ready for O 1...1 t C A. people similarly A. authorized the 1.....-------- i Insurance policies are its next to assure the fire department that a check for one hundred kopecks can be added to its treasury and i for the whole gang will be contributed whenever the selects to have Ephraim over of was m his chair whon the alarm sounded yesterday after- A noon The last woid in composure Roberts and the veteran remaining on the job until the latter's locks had been the largest property owners from serious losses in h yesterday's The Hershey through h R. G. Lawson's held insurance on the I- building and on the and M. S. owner of the held upwards of fr insurance with a. firm and with J. D. t Forty-six minutes is fast traveling for two such heavy chemicals as were sent over from but that was the time record set by Messrs. H. A C. H. E. L. Short and H. Capital City fire Maddox's crept out Although the local men had the fire under control by the time the there was chance for further especially had a wind swept in. At 4 when called to runs F E owner of an apai on Court north of the telephoned in the alarm at 15 o'clock Frank man Kuhn Sr Ed and James who were in harness as firemen recalled that on July 1, 1892, they fought fire on the same the hotel and many other ings on Main street being totally de- -t U LW 1LLM o-l J r-i i no telling what might burned at Roseville School Head pen. j Frank whose library and business property witi fire and complimented the At a pretty home wedding Muddy river water pumped out of at 7 the hose by the Sacramento chemicals t r J TT elfin 1 o'clock this Miss first few minutes brought a laugh of this city became the wife from the of Evan Dietrick Evers of Rev. I Father T. W. Morgan Bananas by the dozens were ceremony being at the residence of for by the kiddies following the the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Emil arrival in town of F. P. fruit land notion Ida sister of the and Eugene Shirley of Chico Elmer hotel lost ed the The immediate two rifles valued at and a tives chiefly comprised the bridal tity of The bullets ed while firemen were working Following the nuptials an elaborate but there were no casualties wedding breakfast was suffered the only brought to light thus a nail running through the fleshy part of his Henry Bush and Ellis Tull rescued several boxes of cigars from an un- natural after breaking open a guests of the the firemen dined at a local ill Agent J. J. Harris ordered the wedding breakfast was off on all the and Mrs. Evers will make their Absence of windows in the wires in the proximity of at Roseville after their honeymoon wall on the side of the Nordyke fire interrupting the train Mr. Evers being appointed erty next to the together with averting possible school principal at that place for the the good judgment of the fire coming prevented the butcher shop from being Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wright and Mr. j Bin of the Electric Garage Mrs. Cecil Dickinson of Los forgot all about turning Gatos arrived in Woodland last night his entire force free to help check on their return from camp and outing tney worked in the watering resorts of the Lake They are the guests of friends and Grant Bruton was a of on top of the Beamer building The hotel was named after Julian now of and the son of Dr. who built the structure in 1894. Jack manager of watching for stray sparks lusa Daily was in Woodland to here since the in corner of the His injuries were Ella and owners of the are home from the Chris returned last night and F. P. arrived late in the Of nent guests in the Julian not one escaped without some The majority of them lost thing because of ab- sence at the tune the Matted and inability to enter the building when they learned ot the As near as either or Ellis one of the clerks and on duty at the time of the could the following were the permanent Mr and Mrs. Frank R. Doyle and saved of effects except pi- ano and small Loss covered by insurance with R G. Lawson Mr. and John saved most of personal A. J. grain lost all personal Elmer taxi and other personal A. E Tat If F small Sam grain al Ernest dealer in grain and personal small horse lost Jesse horse property with all Hob former Julian night lost all personal Frank property stored with all Rudolph taxi small saved much of Daryl taxi some Julian hotel grill some Am the transients who suffered no material losses Mr. and George E D. Farrette of H. T. Andrews and I. E both of San Mr. and Frank Evans and San Evan R. H. J. and J. Isokson of There were rooms in the house and reservations had been for practically all of the rest of the monts The visitors came on Into but found their tions in The losses to guests will run Into hundreds of Floyd Scott of Woodland left Vancouver today for Kansas City to become a member of the American Association baseball club of that The received this dis- patch liom Vancouver this Pete peppery sacker of the Vancouver has been sold to the Kansas City Club of the American President Bob Brown announced today The deal was ted Scott's good all round particularly his heavy i the attention of the Kansas City scouts and the offer for the player was 1 The pi ice paid is not i The Kansas City club has also chased two other players from the Pacific International both from the Spokane glardi is one of the pair Scott is just finishing his first seabon m organized baseball and is one the promising ers in this He plays a hangup ame around the middle and 1 hitting has also a 1 J. 1 jm and IT G. Shaffer of San bins an iron pipe saved him from I Francisco are the priests of Mr. and ing two Ross C. Smith Scott's name appears last on the Stamp It. Hats off to Chief Ed aker and his by lack of up-to-date the hoys fought gamely and doing re- markable work to confine the blaze to one Water was the tanks be- Mrs. W. Millar and Mrs. W J. Gaesten of San arp of M. Ott of Jim Arthur C. Jr. returned home afternoon from a vacation spent in the Alien springs was at bright and early returning all of his outfit at As soon as the water pipes ins brimful at all the fact that three local streams and two Sacramento on Johnson of the City Garage been threatened with The fire brought him away from hSs apartments briefly The city trustees will hold meeting at which steps will be taken to direct a letier of to Chairman L. Bliss of the Sacramento City Commission for the An offer tn pay all ex- penses and it is likely that the visiting firemen will be Mayor stated today that the trustees have plans lor motorizing and generally improving the ment of the local fire tout the scheme has not matured to the publicity Sheep Men Leave To Attend Salt Lake Sale t i To attend the annual sheep sale of the National Wool Frank Dullard and N. of Prof. James Wilson of the leave row for Salt Billiard Bros. consigned head of to be of and Merritt has 50 for the auction
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