Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - March 2, 1905, Woodland, California
nifloence as to scenery and costuming
I commensurate with his previous
achievements in the line of dramatic
revivals. The play, which has been
Ben Hendricks and company in **01elk®ld high esteem by distinguished Olson" is the attraction ottered to the theater patrons this evening. Mr. Hendricks has appeared before Woodland audiences on numberous occasions and he has always created a favorable impression by his manner of presenting the Swedish dialect
The company recently played an engagement in Vallejo, and the papers of that city published the following notices:
Ben Hendricks as Ole Olson drew a large audience at the Farragut fast evening. The supporting company was excellent. The musical portions of the program were especially enjoyable. We take pleasure in recommending the performance as both artistic and delightful.—Times.
In spite of the great number of superior attractions with which Vallejo has been favored recently and the many events In a theatrical way. Farragut theater held a good audience last evening to witness the production of the old-time favorite. “Ole Olson." with Ben Hendricks as the star. Mr.
Hendricks sang several Swedish songs that found great favor with the audience, The support was excellent.— I charles B. Hanford as Don Caesar de
"All the world loves a lover”—but he must be a fighter as well to secure popular esteem as the hero of a drama. "Don Caesar de Basan,” the most recent addition to Mr. Charles B. Hanford's galaxy of heroes, fills both requirements Ideally. Mr. Hanford has played so many roles that It Is needless to comment on his abilities for the delineation of those tragic or romantic creations which have thrilled the imaginations of so many thousands of play goers. His production of “Don Caesar de Basan.” which he will present at the Woodland opera house on Monday next, la on a acale of riiag-
actors who have linked their names in historic association with the best that the American theater has produced, admits of abundant spectacular display and calls for the highest ability for the interpretation of its various roles. Marl tana, the principal feminine character, will be assumed by that popular and sincerely esteemed actress,Mila Marie Drofnah. Mr. Frank Hennig,whose abilities are well known, will portray the scheming courtier, Don Jose, and Mr. Edouard D’Olze, himself a star, prior to his engagement with Mr. Hanford, will appear as the king of Spain.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
TANCRED. March I —J. C. Winter went to the county seat Monday.
Mrs. N. Miles made a trip to Woodland on Saturday.
Mrs. Carter Stitt returned to her home on Sunday last
Denver Holmes made a trip to Yolo's metropolis last Monday.
Clarence Smith made a round trip to Woodland last Sunday.
Mrs. Mabel NI Men. who had been visiting relatives in the valley returned home last Wednesday.
The weather conditions are so fine that the orchardists are in a fair way to catch up with their work.
V. Curtis came up from Woodland on Friday to visit his parents and returned to the county seat on Monday.
Fred Smith of Woodland made a trip through the valley last Saturdsy and returned to his home on Monday.
The canyon school pupils feel very grateful to their teacher for the surprise she gave them on Washington’s birthday.
A jolly crowd of young people from Brooks. Tancred and Oulnda climbed to the “Big Rock'* last Sunday. They had a good time and also report an adventure, having killed a "rattler" with nine rattles and a button.
Since the 20th of February the strawberry growers In the vicinity of Florin have been shipping from 12 to 20 cases of ripe strawberries to northern points each day.
It is claimed that the berries are earlier and are ripening faster than ever before known.—Bee.
Nettie Bernice Brewster et a1. to Floretta J. Petyer— Northwest Vi °f 8ec- 28, township 9 north, range I east .. . /»*.................I
CHAMPION LINIMENT For rheumatism. Chaa. Drake, a mail carrier at Chap-invilie, Conn., aays: “Chamberlain’s
Pain Balm is the champion of all hutments. The past year I was troubled a great deal with rheumatism in my shoulder. After trying several cures the storekeeper here recommended this remedy and It completely cured me.*' There Is no use of anyone suffering from that painful ailment when this liniment can be obtained for a small sum. One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a short time will produce a permanent cure. For sale by Corner Drug Store. H. P. Elder, Dispensing Chemist.
A CHICAGO ALDERMAN
Owes bls election to Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. “I can heartily and conscientiously recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for affections of the throat and lungs.” says Hon. John Shenlek 220 a Peoria St.. Chicago. "Two years ago during a political campaign I caught cold after being overheated which Irritated my throat, anti I was finally compelled to stop, as I could not speak aloud. In my extremity friend advised me to use Chamberlain': Congii Remedy. I took two doses that afternoon and could not lielleve ray senses when I found the next morning the Inflammation hail largely subsided I took several doses that day, kept right on talking through the cam tmign, aud I thank this medicine that I won my seat in the council.” Tills remedy is for sale by the Corner Drug Store, H. I*. Elder, Dispensing Chem ist
STR!KEB HIDDEN ROCKS.
When your ship of health strikes the hidden risks of consumption, pneumonia. etc., you are lost, lf you don't get help from Dr. Kitig’a New Discovery for Consumption. J. W. McKinnon I if Talladega Springs. Ala., writes: "I had been very 111 with pneumonia, linier the care of two doctors, but was jetting no better when I I vegan to take )r. King’s New Discovery. The first lose gave relief, aud one liottle cured ne.” Sure cure for sore throat, brou-•hltls, coughs and colds. Guaranteed it W. ll. I*awson’a drug store, price Ole and ll.OO. Trial bottle free.
RAW OR INFLAMED LUNGS Yield rapidly to the wonderful curative aud healing qualities of Foley’s Honey end Tar. It prevents pneumonia and consumption from a hard • old settled on the lungs. My daughter had a terrible cough which settled an her lungs.” says N. Jackson of Danville. IU. We tried a great many medicines without relief, until we gave her Foley's Honey and Tar, which cured lier.” Sold by J. V. Leithold, druggist.
When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood, Trouble Results.
Have you heart trouble?
You have, lf you find It hard to breathe after walking up stairs, exercising, etc. If you have pain In your left Bide, In chest, back or shoulder. If you suffer from cold extremities, palo face, blue lips, dry cough, swollen ankles.
If you have fainting spells, breast pang, palpitation, redness of the face, discomfort in sleeping on one side.
The only scientific treatment for this whole train of troubles Is Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure.
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is the prescription of a famous specialist, whose great success In treating obstinate nervous heart disease has made his name pre-eminent in the medical and scientific world.
The medicine will cure you. Wo know it. Wo want you to prove It. If first bottle docs not benefit, your druggist will give you back your money.
“I have for several years suffered nt times with heart trouble. I got so bad I could not sleep half tho night, anil had to sit up on tho side of th# bod lots of times to got breath. Three of my brothers have died of heart trouble, and I thought I wus going the same wav, but about two and a naif years ago I g"t a pamphlet about Dr. Miles New Heart Cure and thought I would try a few bottles. After using th* rn I recovered, and have had bettor health since then than before for several years. I can heartily recommend them for heart trouble."—REV. JERRY HURT, Pastor Baptist Church, Hurt, Kans.
Spring Arrivals of New Goods!
From Now on Shipments of New Goods will be Coming in Every Day.
Ladies’ Summer Dress Skirts, in Fancy Mohairs, Alpaca, White and Colored, and in Worsted. They are the up-to-date article.
Ladies’ Summer Knitted Underwear and Hosiery.
New Spring Dress Trimmings and Wash Goods.
This is • where we excel. Dainty, pretty Lawns, Batistes, Voiles, Dimities, Pongee in Plain and Fancy, and Various novelty fabrics which can be better appreciated by simply giving us a call and looking the assortment over.
Just received 125 pieces of A. F. C. Ginghams. The finest lot of Ginghams ever seen in Woodland.
WE CAN FILL THAT PRESCRIPTION
Correctly, no matter where or by whom written or on whose blank it happens to be written. If you bring it to us it will be compounded from fresh, full strength drugs and with precise care, wh<oh every prescription should have. You cannot got better drugs or proscription work any where and our prices are always low for the services rendered.
CORNER DRUG STORE!
elder, Dispensing Chemist
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FREIS Wrl,e to
us for Free Trial
Package of Dr. Miles’ Anti-
Pain RI lls, Hie New Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our
Specialist will diagnose your case. tell
Jon what Is wrang, and how to right It, •rec. DU. MILIC MEDICAL CO,
LABORATORIES. 'MiAUT, IND.
From Principal Points in the
Will be on sale commencing MARCH 1st and continuing dally until ami ‘Deluding MAY 15th, 1905.
Parties having friends in the East can. by making deposits, have tickets furnished without any extra charge.
IF THE STAFF OF LIFE IS WEAK, WHAT MUST THE LIFE BE?
IF THE STAFF OF LIFE IS STRONG, THEN MUST YOUR LIFE BE.
Tile strongest staff of life, Bread, is obtained by a liberal use of
the ingredients of which, without exception, are the strongest, best and purest produced by America’s fertile soils.
WOODLAND GRAIN & MILLING CO. ’Phone Main 40X. VV. VV. Pcrcivol, Manager.
For sale by all dealers.
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INFAN IS/( HIL PITON
Promotes Digcslion.Chrerful-ness and Rest.Contains neillier Opium .Morphine nor Mineral. >TOT "NAHC OTIC.
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature
For further particulars enquire oi any agent of Southern Pacific Company.
I. A. MORRIS, Agent Woodland.
L. H. RHODEBAUGH. T. I*. A.. Sacramento, Cal.
J NO. R. ti RAY. D.F.AP.A. Sacramento
An upright piano. Enquire at ladth-old’a drug store. d22tf
DANGERS OF PNEUMONIA.
A cold at thi» time lf neglected linable to cause pneumonia, which Is I no often fatal, and even when the patient haa recovered the lung* arc weakened, waking them peculiarly nub* eptible to the development of con-Numption. Foley’* Honey and Tar will stop the cough, beal and strengthen the lungs and prevent pneumonia, I* grippe chughs yield quickly to the J wonderful curative qualities of Foley's Honey and Tar. There la nothing elbe "Just as good.” Sold by J. V. L**it 11-old. druggist *
It would have been incredible brutality if Chaa. F. Leiuberger, of Syracuse, N. Y., had not done the be*t be could for bi* suffering son. “My boy," he says, "cut a fearful gash over Ills eye, so I applied Buck leo’* Arnica Salve, which quickly healed it and saved his eye.” Good for burns aud ulcers, too. Only 25c at W. H. Lawson’s drug store.
All persons knowing themselves in debted to the late firm of Krellenberg A Son are requested to please call and settle at once as the estate must be dosed up. K. SHELLENBERG.
PNEUMONIA~FOUX)WB A COLD But never follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar. It stops the cough, heals mad strengthens the Jungs and affords perfect security from an attack of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. Sold by J. V, Ijblthld, druggist. •
A whole cargo of it just re- f ceived. The boys are unloading cars ot it now in the yard.
Scald head is an eczema of the scalp —very severs sometimes, but it ‘‘an be “tired. Doan's Ointment, quick and •wrmaneut in its results. At any drug store, 50 cent*.
Groh’s clearance sale is now on. You jet a pair of stockings with every •air of shoes at Groh's. Good men’s corking shoes, ll a pair and up. at Bob's. fbi
100,000 Feet of Redwood!
And barn sidings, ii is chiefly intended, but any rough use will do.
I Sierra Lumber Co.
Have the rubber Ore work on your buggy done at Henry Heidtmsnu’*. He makes a specialty of this class of work. inbltf
KRELLENBERG A SON
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF
FURNITURE AND BEDDING
Which will be sold at
LOWEST KATES I
Given prompt attention IN ALL BRANCHES
Corner of Third and Main Streets
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Just received a big consignment of the very latest in table and bar glassware embracing all that is commonly used for these purposes in the most dainty effects. We can fill your every want. Just note the following.
WATER GLASSES —Fleur de Lis and Cut Star and Border patterns, always sold for $1 25 a doz. we can sell for $1.00 dozen.
THIN BLOWN GLASS—An extra fine water glass for 75 cents a dozen.
Some Cut Glass Tumblers in unique designs, latest shapes for $1.50 dozen.
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Good Things to Eat.
T. S. SPAULDING.
I; Wake Up! Wake Up! I
Now and set* that your property is properly insured, or some day you will wake up when it is too late. With your property covered by insurance through our agency you can sleep soundly, knowing that if lire comes your loss will be paid promptly. We place insurance in the best companies.
J. D. Sc R. G. Lawson, Real Estate and Insurance
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
A Stylish Buggy or Surrey!
Add* greatly to life's comfort* and don’t co*t much.
Sea our stock We have all styles ut all price*.
Light and heavy harness of our own make.
A full line of horse goods of every description.
CHRIS SIEBER & CO.
Tuesday, March 7th
Third Lecture of the Course
Dr. David Starr Jordan
ON THE SUBJECT OF
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CITY MARKET !
Ai OB SII A YER & CO.
THE ONLY COLD STORAGE IN THE CITY.
Wholesale and Betail
Butchers and Packers
AdvertisemecM im the Democrat ire sore to attract customers
Dissolution of Partnership.
The firm of Blat k & Black, proprietors of the College Stables, Woodland, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent, James it. Black retiring from the business. The undersigned will continue the business, pay all debts and collect all moneys due the firm.
WM. S. BLACK.
Dated, Woodland, Feb. 21, 1905. mh22d
BEST HOTEL IN THC CITY
This N«w anJ Modern House U
located iu the critter of btiitineas, aud is fire!-cum in all appointments.
Board and Room, fl to ll.SO par day.
Meal* 2Sc. Free bu* to aud from *11 traiua
MORRISON 4 BURNS. PROPS.
Notice to the Public.
All persons indebted to me for the services of the stallion Jumbo are hereby notified that no persou is authorized to collect any such motleys unless upon written authority from me.
GEO. T. HENNIGAN.
Woodland, Feb. 23, 1905. mb23 j
NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORK.
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trustees of the City of Woodland, California, on the 2uth day of February, 1905, adopted Resolution (of intention I No. 61, to order the follow ing public wrork to Ie done in said city, to-wlt:
That Fourth street be opened, extended aud widened from the north line of Main street to the south line of Clover street
For further particulars of said work reference is hereby made to said Resolution on file in the office of the Clerk of the City of Woodland.
Woodland, Cal., February 25th. 1905 W. C. GWINN, mhttd Superintendent of Streets
We eau ic ii you a lot of good thiugs about the Tubular and lf you dou’t want to buy it after seeing it we will lose our guess.
Other Reliable Goods,
The Petaluma Incubators and Bnodets,
The Ellwood Field Fence.
Phone 56. J. A. MURRAY, Woodland, Caf.
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* 3-Pound Package Self-Rising Buckwheat *
Flour IO Cents.
The staple H. 0. Brand, sold for years iii this town for considerable more money. We are going to clean it out and here’s your chance.
DAY & HUSTON, Grocers.
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GEO. U. FRANZ, SOI/) VIOLINIST and teacher, will be in Woodland every Tuesday. All those desiring instruction will find him at the Julian hotel. nlltf
GO TO PINTO’S MARKET for fresh fish, fruits, vegetables and groceries. Country produce bought and j sold. Prices reasonable. Goods de-: livered to any part of the city free of charge.