Darr 16 June 1905p
[week en route to Ed. Boyles' camp I on Big river, F. A. Grothe, the pioneer of Cum mings, was a visitor in town the first of the week, and paid this office a pleasant call. 1\/r n „~ Oi. J. TJ. n H. B.. Scott and W. E. Foster, two lYLaiiy bhOrt Items ConCem- prominent merchants of Point Arena, were in town this week as witnesses in the Parrish case John Conway, J. W. Kingren, Jack Billy Bond visited Santa Rosa last | Doughertyand A. W. Schiller were Sunday Short Items Concerning Some People You Enow, J. E. Lowery came over from Gualala this week on court duty. Luther Redemeyer was down from Cahto last Saturday on business. Geo. Lambert was over from Boonville last Friday on business. Reese Clow was in town from Hahne on business last Saturday. Pius.Thomas, of Redwood valley, had business in our city last Tues- dav. over from Greenwood attending the Darr trial this week S. C. Beebe, the veteran soldier of Calpella, dropped into town Monday on business and incidentally paid this office a pleasant call Dr. Sam T. Luce is up from Selma on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Luce, who have not been in the best of health recenth/. Nick Line, one of Westport's sterling citizens, has been in town this week attending court. This office Mrs. H. White and daughter, of acknowledges a pleasant call. San Francisco, are visiting friends in w . P. Thomas has returned from town, an extended trip to his mining prop Attorney Swortfiguer was down erty in Eden valley. He is greatly from Willits last Saturday on legal encouraged over the prospects business. Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Case and Attorney Thos. Rhodes came over daughter Effie went to Oakland this from Fort Bragg this week on legal we»k to attend the wedding of Miss business. Laura Price, a relative of theirs. H. Berkovits was among-the Fort Miss Mollie Norton, the teacher of Bragg contingent in town the first the Rocklin school, Placer county, of the week. passed thru town last week en route Richard Tutt and wife are up from to Mendocino to spend hervacation Oakland enjoying a pleasant outing M. Iversen and John Brunges, of in the hills. Point Arena, and Martin Hart, of Dr. I. E. Cohn and son, of Napa, Westport, were on the streets of visited Dr. Case and family a few ' J " " L days this week. Ed. Gibson and Alex. Perry came all the way from Covelo to attend court this week. Bert Shimmin, of Willits, and Tom Orr, of Hea'rst, had legal business in town this week. E. J. Woodward expects to leave today for San Diego county on a business trip. John Eastwood came up from San Jose this week to bask in the sunshine for a few days. * Mrs. Wm. Dougherty, of Green- Ukiah this week doing a little Court ing Dr. Rob Thomas has gone to Lay tonville to attend to tb;. aching molars of the people of Long valley He expects to be gone about month. ' Mrs. Sam Speer and Mrs. J. Gwin, of Mendocino, came over last Saturday on their way to Potter to visit relatives. The}' are daughters ofj. F. Pickle. U. N. Briggs is a very busy man these days laying cement sidewalks and moulding brick. He expects to burn a half million brick within a wood, is over on a visit to hersister, £ ew wee ^ Si Mrs. F. L. Caughey. T ._ • J. L. Skiffington is here from Black Constable J. J. Dwindle was over Point attending court th i s week. He from Mendocino this week as a wit- is one of the princ i P al witnesses in ness in the Darr case. the Dafr casfi Q0W being tried jn fche Chris Hansen, one of Westport's superior court, sterling citizens, arrived in town w A s Fos " ter) superinlendent of yesterday on business. the N w Rei3wood company at Miss Kate Bromley has been vis- willits, and Supervisor A. J. Fair- iting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Barker, banks of the same'city, had business for the past few weeks. j n town t \^ s wee k Attorney W. A. Weske, of Santa \ V . E. Umphrey came over from Rosa, had legal business before the Manchester yesterday to testify in superior court this week. the p arr j s h murder trial that has George Ferguson and family came been occupying the attention of the over from Melburne Tuesday and superior court this week were guests at the Palace. j. A. Chambers and son Hadley, of Harry W. and W. E. Docker were Mendocino, were in Ukiah Sunday over from Comptche this week as to meet Mrs. Chambers and daugh witnesses in the Darr case. ters, who were returning home from George Bowman and John Brien an extended visit in San Jose were among the fog eaters in town Miss Leonora Clark, of Mendo this week attending court. John Todd, one of Noyo's good citizens, was called >• to the. county seat on court duty this week. Tom Murray, of Boonville, and Ed Hotell and Tom Tann,of Hermitage were attending court this week. Dr. J. W. Milliken, of Mendocino, was one of the expert witnesses called in the Darr case this week. cino, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Burger, ar.d other relatives. Miss Clark was graduated from the Mendocino high school last month. D. L. Cox, one of Little Lake's prominent farmers, had business at the county seat last Saturday. He says the people are so busy up his way that they haven't time to talk to anybody.