Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on September 5, 1909 · Page 4
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SANTA CRUZ SENTINEL: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1909. Cans Jars Tumblers Wax Caps Rubbers &c &c. HINKLE'S CASH PLUMBING Call on SENEGRINI BROTHERS For Your Plumbing All Plumbing Fixtures and Plumbing Supplies in stock Come and see us for plumbing figures and jobbing Sample Room and Shop 6, 8 and 10 Soquel Av. We also carry in stock St over Gasoline Engines, Red Cross Windmills and Pumps for every service T ! I it ! NOTICE OCEAN SHORE Ut, Is proposed to refinance the Ocean Shore. The new plan materially affects every bondholder. Bondholders who have not received printed Information, or those who want additional information regarding the proposed plan, should communicate at once with us, or with the Mercantile Trust Company of San Francisco, 464 California St. It is important that you da this immediately. OCEAN SHORE RAILWAY CO. 52 ELEVENTH ST. Davis Electric Co. hone Main 253 312 Pacific Av ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL GOODS TUNGSTON LAMPS ALL SIZES HOUSE WIRING AND FIXTURES FOR CASH Garden Hose Direct from the factory In 1-2 in. and 34 In., 25 and 50 ft. lengths, coupled. Hose Nozzles, Sprays and Sprinklers Lawn Mowers In plain and ball bearing 10 to 16 In. that run easy and give satisfaction. Hammocks The largest and most complete line In the city, LAMB HARDWARE CO. Cor. Pacific Av. and Church St. USE SENTINEL WANT AD3 BONDHOLDERS We can stpply you with everything from the freshest and best fruit to the cans and jars to put it Into. Also the purest cane sugar, the only kind you should use In putting up fruit. STORE S3' Cor. Pacific Av. Mission St. ! CITY NEWS crown & Wilson, real estate. ubscribere receiving th. "Morning lentinel" later than 7 o'clock are r guested to noMfy this office. Saturday was pensioa day at the office of the County Clerk. ALL SOULS CHURCH. .J. (Unitarian). George W. Stone, Minister. SUNDAY SERVICE, 11 A. M- .J. Subject, Sept 5th, "THE BIBLE". $ Junior C-tirch, 10:00 A. M. J. Minister's Bible Class at 7:45 4. 4. P. M. 4 4. All Are Welcome. 4 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4 4- 4 4 fc A warrant for the arrest of Lee Seyfrled was Issued Saturday, charging him with disturbing the peace of Mrs. Mary Coover. Eastern Pork Market Y. M. C. A. Building. ' Gold lettering of all kinds It done j t the "Setlnl" bookbinder. f Sunday service at the Seventh i Day Adventist tent, Soquel Av. and Cayuga St. At 11 o'clock A. M. Elder j Shultz, of Lodi, will speak. 'EXCURSION TO BIG TREES AND RETURN. 1 VIA SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO. j SU.VDAYS ONLY, 35 CENTS. , Tills RATE GOOD CNTTL OCTO j BER 15TH. I Geo. W. Young painter. Phone Red , '- Residence 17 Coloma St j Five lots for sale on High street ; i splendid view of ocean; macadamiz-1 ed street, sewer, water and gas laid to lots. Bargain prices. Also one i lot on Laurel St., near Mission. San ta Cniz Investment Co., 126 Pacific venue. The beautiful acacia tree, at the corner of Chestnut and Walnut Avs., the property of Mrs. Pearl Haslam, Is being cut down. "N-o sf'OOting or trespassing" signs 'or sale at the "Sentinel" office, Sinkinson'B planln m il for lumber r'll. cabinet work doors and sash. Hot Milk Veal Market Y. M. C. A. Building. The Branclforte baseball team defeated the Soquel grammar school team Saturday by a score of 8 to 9. The feature of the game waa the home run of Turner. Stall Fed Beef Market Y. M. C. A Building. A new family rate, also Rough Dry, at Cascade Laundrj phone Mala 215 Percy Merrill, Ernest Schellinger, Fay Wyman and Joe PappassI of Soquel are In Monterey county, whfre they are to camp and try their luck at deer hunting, the season being open there. $200 a Year Fine for truck garden and general cultivation. Large barn included. Shore Line Realty Co. 211 Pacific Avenue. I Phone Main 429 16ACRi FOR RENT tj WITHIN CITY LIMITS. U I N'ew patterns, all handsome and i stylish, are just the thing for good dressers. All prices. II. RUSTEMEYER, the Tailor. , The public schools are closed u:i-... Wednesday on account of Monday being Labor Day and Tuesday circus , day. ' "No shooi ng or trespassing" signs j 'or sale at the "Sentinel" office. . "Starving on a Bed of Gold; or , the World's Longest Fast." A booli giving the thrilling Alaskan expert ' ence of James A. Hall, of Watson : ville. For sale at Howe's. Price ; 100- i i The Southern facinc will sell tick-j ets at reduced rates of one fare and; one-third, where the one way rate Is' less than $10. Sale date for Labor Day, September 4, 5, 6. Return limit good to Sept 7. Sales days for Ad-, mission Day, Sept. g and 9. Return limit good to Sept 10. 4 ! ; - -Those who heard J. Uess Moore at the Christian Churcn last Wednes-j day evening will be sure to want to I hear him on Sunday evening at 7:45 when he will tell the Interesting story of his life. Fifty old newspaper at the "Sentinel" office for 5 cents. ir you are thinking of buying a summer cottage or lot In the mountains at Ben Lomond, call and see the Santa Cnu Investment Co., 126 Pacific Avenue! They hare the property formerly used as the Ro warden nan Hotel, for sale at particularly attractive prices. 'Fifteen deer are reported thus far as having been killed this season at the head of Hinckley Gulch. Paul Johnson of Capitola shot a 150 pound buck, dressed, last Sunday. Five lots for sale on High r splendid view of ccean; macadamlz ed street, sewer, water and gas laid to lots. Bargain prices. Also one lot on Raymond St. Santa Cruz Investment Co., 126 Pacific Avenue. Butter Wrappers "Sentinel" office. for sale at the: If you are thinking of buying e summer cottage or lot In the mountains at Bea Lomond, call and see the Santa Cruz Investment Co., 126 Pacific Avenue! They have the property' formerly used as the Rowardennan Hotel, for sale at particularly attrae tlve prices. The Intermediate Epworth League of the Methodist Church enjoyed a moonlight picnic at the beach Friday night. The young folks had a great. time and a big feed was the feature.) ! FALL MILLINERY. The latest, the best, the most reliable styles. Miss Kate Handley, corner Pacific Av. and Locust St. As I am moving away, I will sell my swell English trap and harness used only one year, and gentle young horse for $273. Outfit cost J550. H. W. Bernheim. 402 Ocean St. 2 Tomorrow, September 6th, is Labor Day, Thursday, the 9th, is Admission Day, both being legal holidays. It is unfortunate that Labor Day Immediately follows Sunday. Butter Wrappers printed at this office. The Board of Public Works of San Francisco awarded to Charles C. Moore & Co. the contract for furnishing cast steel fittings needed for the auxiliary water supply system, th quantity needed being estimated at 2378 tons. At the price asked by the',s nQW at the Sacramento Christian bidders the- cost of all the material toothers' college, will be $332,976. I Mrs D F. Ragan, the Grand Presl-Sign cards of various kinds, j dpn of he Cathollc Ladies' Aid So-"House to Let," "Lots for Sale,"j c)pty ,g t0 0fflclally visit the Santa "Boarding," etc.. for sale at the rruz rancn this afternoon In the par-"Sentinel" office. lnrc. at Dei rar. I Where Is the big telegraph blow! Mrs. L. R. Ewing and Miss Mae iine that long adorned the first page I Ewlng left Saturday for San Jose, of the News? Where is the tele-j where Miss Mae becomes a student r.t gTaphlc service that the News often! King's conservatory of music, puffed itself about? Is grass getting;. wntJii. in eeuiukj uuevuuun. c.vi . bee-inning has an end and every endj 4 a bei-lnnlns. The fall follows the. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH summer, but when comes the winter; September 3th, of discontent! DR. R. R. LLOYD. Mailing tubes made to order at the Sentinel" office. The butcher shops close Labor Dayj I afternoon, Monday, and all day Thurs-! : !ay. Admission Day. j ' S Butchers of Santa Cruz, j ; For the accommodation of the ' Shore Line Realty Co., the Effey cot-I tage, Pacific Av., this side of the ' Heard & Stone store, is being fitted ! up. This company is a live wire, and new fences and a bitumen floor will i stildo and accommodate the real estate rush of the fall, the fall being the , st-ason of the year to handle land In I Santa Cruz. By degrees cottages go I Into business houses ! PERSONALS Chas. M. Cassin is la Watsonvllle. j A. B. Colion has returned from a visit to Victoria, B. C. Miss Kathrya Balovleh has returned (Q Watsonviie. Mrs. Flora A. Denny returned Sat-. urdav fronl a vlsit in gan Jose, j Hinds goes to Oakland to-' niorrow on business. Dr pnljlp Bss w(nt to San Fran- cisco Saturday morning. aI)(j xlrs yan jj, Brittoti are. h),re vlsitlng relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Beck from Wat-, sonville, spent Saturday In Santa Cruz, Cqx ,eft Qn Saturila)- morning business trip to Humboldt count y.j Rev. Charles E. Dunham, of Morgan relatives at Twin' " , ' ' Lakes Mrs. p. T. Phillips and Miss Harriet! Liles have gone to Brookdale for few days. J Mrs. C. D. HInkle and Miss Roweua j Hinkle are getting the air of the cotin-j try at Mount Hermon. Miss Mayme Doman, a teacher at Corralitos. was up from there Saturday, i Miss Flora Rlanda of Watson ville,! who has been employed at the Casino baths this season. ha murned home.j Pete Frazier has returned to nisi home In Watsonvllle. He has been em-! ployed at the Casino this summer. Joseph M. Bowman, having finished his vacation, returns to his duties at, Hanford as Recorder of King's Co. , Lou Mason, of Los llanos, is visiting ' friends and relatives in his old home , the suburban town of Soquel. Miss Sullivan, after a brief stay at Phelan Park, has returned to San Francisco. Mrs. John Patton, who has been visiting her mother on Fairmotint Av.. has returned to Fresno. Mrs. Sabina Mulhern left Saturday on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Bert Heard, In Los Angeles. Miss Elizabeth Mulhern has returned from a very pleasant trip In the southern country-Mrs. L. B- Robertson, 21 Spruce St., left Saturday for a short visit to Oakland and San Francisco. Mlss rssi.e Monahan has returned, ron) a pleasant visit with Mrs. P. C, v. I .omnlnir at C.lenWOOd. lUChl, 11" 13 yL"l..l'"0 Boulder Creek is a "dry town", but, some of her people seem to go loaded with wet goods. j Albert Wood. Douglass Hollingworth and J. McLaughlin win speua l"uRpv George Adam Smith lectures In days hunting and fishing In the vicln-j ,!prkeley na8 returned and will spend It y of the Waddell. the most of his vacation at Mount Her- Willis A. Oliver, who is spending a j mon. few weeKS cmm. a. ... in Brookdale, paid Santa Cruz a flying visit on Saturday. Mrs. S. F. Grover, who has been visiting relatives in Berkeley, was accompanied home by her daughter. Mrs. A. N. Sheldon. Among others who find Santa Cruz a good place to spend a vacation are Mr. and Mrs. H. Eberhard of Oakland. Brother Euphraslus, who was su- ! nPror of the local Christian Brothers, t , V V Morning subject, .s. "A VISIT TO THE STUDY ! . OF ST. LUKE". Evening theme, "A VISIT WITH PAUL TO A POTTERY". The public Invited. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. .J. At the postofflce today the office hours are: Carriers and general delivery windows open from 10:30 to 11: CO A. M. Monday, l-abor Day-General delivery window open from 10. 30 A. M. to 11:30 A. M. City carriers -will make morning delivery. Rural carrit-rs will not make any delivery. Silk Petticoat Special It's ail ill wind that blows nobody any good. Here a capture of pretty Silk Petticoats in a variety of colorings and all of tie best quality Taffeta Silk, ranging in price from $9.00 to $15.00, at a special olTeriii"; for thi.-i 13 off Suits and Coats Our Suit Department is value-giving, and our new S. J . STRAUSS CALIFORNIA MARKET PHONE MAIN 96 282 PACIFIC COME AND SEE OUR $12 LUMBER 812 No. 3 Merchantable Suitable for barns, sheds, fences, etc. Plenty good for these purposes and about any sizes you want for $12 per thousand feet. We have everything in the way of Lumber, Millwork, Sash and Doors. Houghton & Cardiff YARDS AT SAN VICENTE MILL. Olfice: 226 Pacific Avenue Phones: Office, Main 397. Yard, Main 4C8. 1 ABOUT COOKING. One of the first things that a cook learns when she conies from another State is. that in California lh'iftoil Snow Flour is the popuhir brand because it makes the white-t and lightest bread. Accept no suh-ti-tute. Rev. J. Tl. Orr. who attended the j Mrs. F. T. Heath, who have spent the summer at their cottage In Ben Lomond have returned to their cltv residence 19 Third street. Mrs. Leslie Whit more, who has been visiting relatives at Twin Iakes, returned Saturday to her home in Stockton. Milton Schwartz, a former Santa Cruz boy, graduating from the local schools, is in town for a few days. He Is now Oakland. practlclng attorney 'n Mr. and Mrs". G. F. Colby and W. E Collins, who have been visiting ii San Francisco and Berkeley, returned home Saturday in their spanking new-Ford. They report a fine trip down, coming from Oakland by w ay of Xiles. San Jose and- Watsonvllle. Comrade X. McCune and wife of Appomatox Post. A. G. R.. Oakland, paid our city a short visit the past few days, after spending a couple of weeks at Pacific Grove. Mrs. McCune spoke of the orderly appearance of the city and the small number of saloons In Santa Cruz. Mr. McCune was for many years connected with the S. P. Co. In San Francisco but Is now re tired on pension as an appreciation of his lorn; and faithful services INNOCENCE AND LAW. Warden A dying burglar has confessed that he committed the murder for which you were sentenced, and as It was a clear case of mistaken Identity, the Governor Tias granted you a pardon. Innocent Man A par.Ton? What am I pardoned for? Warden For committing the murder, of course. Go; but don't do It again. famous for style, quality and Fall styles are the best ever $15 to $40 New Comb Honey I5c ID New Strained Honey 10c ID AV. PTE PROLIFIC With the deer season a thing of the past for this year in Santa Cruz county, local nlmrods are hanging up their rifles and beguiling time with stories of the season's sport, and every now and then a longing glance Is directed to the long neglected shotgun whose presence in the house ever stigsests the coming Joys of what promises to be a glorious quail sea- son. Sunday witnessed the last deer hunt on the part of many of the sports and several kills are reported. One of the surprises of the season has been the number of deer killed on the China grade and vicinity in this case vicin ity means anywhere from 6 to 15 miles hardly a hunting party to these sirounds returning empty handed. Eld- win Rodgers bought In a 124 pound 4-prong buck that came from there. tills being his second one for the sea son. ltie headwaters of Two-bar creek yielded tip a fine one to the rifle of T.ot Morrell. Emmett Maddocfc killed a nice one Sunday. Joe Mello and Jim Maddocfc hiked out to the hunting grounds away beyond "Hoi low Rock" and brought into town a fine Mick that Joe bagged before even inc. They report deer in abundance but owing to the close of the season were compelled to cut their hunt short. p V. t t mlnntp stiotiid iost wlln B t-lil'il shntv jymptoms of croup. Cham-If Ttirn' Cotuh Remedy Riven us snnn n ttir rhIM lii-cnmna hnnrst'. or oven nft.r t'i" cr.iini.r c'titrh appear, will prevent the Mtncli. Se.M hy J. O. Tanner nn.l the Model DniK St. ire. In Cattli Can Bi PtvNTto CUTTER'S BLACK LEO VACCINE California' favorite, the most uc-cessful. easiest used and lowest ynm mK l'liwd"-trin(( or pill form. Write jf ft" for free Ulark Lea Booklet. r"1 iihiii vaccina made t?" Sl&TBS CUTTER LABOttATOR? SEASON 1 ! P HFHRHHV cAU V II 'fv , r i ,r. -, t&i'.mes o. .,1 ..met li.,ni k oui Lodge Directory AT I. O. O. F. HILL: Avnlon Lodge, No. 8S. K. of P.-Eaot Hunt!? nlicht. Hunts Crui I-ode, No. 4, A. O. D. W. -First sod third Mondays. ........ Han Lorenio txxle. No '47, I. O. 0 if. Every Tuesday. , Matiroua Grove, No. 21, U. A. O, D. t.'l'W No. 80. K. O. T. M. Ererr Wednesday. Santa Cru Htamui, No. 1 U. O. X. W-FlMt and tblrd ttediKuday. Rnt Cnii Breainpnjont. So. SO, I. O ! ) F.-Flr and third Thursdays. , Katiella R.twkah LoUe. No. IT, I. O. , f. 8-cti)d aod fourth Tbuntduya. Wallace Kfnoltls I'ont, No. 62, O. A d.-Kirst and third Tnurtfl. Camp No. M'A. Ryal Neighbors fc-c nd and fourth Thurlaya. Bram-lfon Lodne, No. Wf, I. O. O. F.-Krery Friday. EidelweUs Starnm. No. 25, U. O. R. M. -Kewod and fourth Fridays. I Santa Crui Grove, No. H2, 17. A. O. D. I -Kvery Saturday. j Luta de Cameons Grore, No. 81, V. A ; i) d Seivud and fourth Sundays. I Coneciho I'ouihal, No. 88, I. 1). E. B.- ; First and third Sundays. i Eschscholtzia Circle, No. 30, I-adles' I Auxiliary, U. A. O. D. Second and four.h I Sundays. i Italian Benevolent Society First gun- day. ! Koyal Xeirhtors of Amrltta, No. 4it54 second and fourtn Tbnrsdajs. j N. 8. O. W. HALL. Smta Crui Parlor No. 26, N. D. Q. W. -Every Monday evening. Santa Crua Parlor No. 90, N. 8. O. W -Every Tuesday night. Court Sequoia, No. 1767, I. O. of For- afrtera Fourth Wednesday evening. Surf City Hive, So. 63, Lady Maccabees, meets second and fourth Wednesdays. Young Ladies' Institute, No. 12, meets eoud and fourth Fridays. Modem Woodmen of America Evert Friday night Santa Crua Camp No. 156. Woodmen of the World Every ThorBdajr fTenln. MASONIC HALL. Santa Cnu Lodge, No. 88, F. ft A. M.-Fonrtb Saturday In each tnonta. Santa Cms Chapter No. 88, R. A. M.-Second Wednesday in each month. Santa Crui Council, No. 17. R. 4 8. M. Flmt Tuesday 1n eoh month. Santa Crus Commandery, C. D. Flrsff and third Thursdays In each month. idlewlld Chapter. No. 19, O. E. B. Fntt and third Wednedavs In each month. Santa Crui Chapter, V. D. O. E. 8. Second and fourth Mondays. Woman's Relief Corps First and third Fridays of each month it 2 P. M. CAItPEN'TERS' HALL. Improved Order Red Men Every Frldai Hirat. Fraternal Cnloo of America. Every Wed lesday. AdJIdnnmo Cnnncl, No. 54, Pocahontas First and third Thursdays. I. O. 0. T.-Every Tuesday night FORESTERS' HALL-NEW NRART BC1LDINU. Fraternal Order Eagles, Aerie No. 4t30-Every Monday night. Knight of Columbus First and third Tuewlaya. Women of Woodcraft Second and fourth Tne Kittys. Church of Chrtt-Every Wednesday. Court SnDts Crui, No. 61, F. of A. Bverv Thursday. Companions of the Forest, Azeles Circle First and third Fridays. Fraternal Brotherhood, Llreoak Iylg, K'jeynd and fourtl Frldaya. Hermton Temple, Pythian 81strs First md third Saturday evenings. lNrtiigiiei. rnlon Second and foarta -aturday evenings. AWMORT. Musicians' Tnlon, No. 840, A. F. M t'lntt Sunday In every month at 9 A. M ilf those fraternal organliatlona so iHr1ng in this directory will swid formation to tBls otflce concerning time md place of meeting toev will be add-l o tag lim. i TIDE TABLE, SEPTEMBER, 1909. Furnished by W. R. Springer, optician and watchmaker, 212 Pacific Av. A. M. P. M. L.W.I H'H.W.I H.iL.W.!H.!H.W.:H. S'O.Vll.So.r 5.47ii.6;il.46,6.3 H.W. L.W. H.W. L.W. 1 0.45 1.51 6.120.0 12.3116.1 6.4011.3 5.32 1.1 5.9! 5.51 5.1 1.0916.1 1.48'6.i 2.3416.1 3.26,6.1 7.50 8.27: 8.28 0.9 3.10 9.37 10.50 0.8 0.6 0.4 4.43 6.11 7.24 L.W. 4.7 10.20 4.7 10.2413.4 4.9,11.40 3.6 H.W. 4.29 6.0il2.00 5.3S'6.0 L.W.' H.W. 1.10 2.03 2.52 8.21(5.1 9.0715.3 945:5.4 10.1915.7 10.495.9 12.59:3.6 2.04 3.4 2.533.2 3.38 2.9 4.172.5 4.552.2 5.322.0 6.436.0 7.43)6.1 8.37i6.2 9.25J6.1 10.1016.0 3.30 4.05 4.36 0.5 11.145.8 10.53 11.33 L.W. 6.09 6.47 5.8 5.5 1.8 5.13 0.8 11.38 5.7 H.W. L.W. H.W. 5.441.312.1915.7 0.13 0.59; 1.53 3.00 4.26 5.54 6.56 L.W. 0.07: 1.05 1.52 2.44 3.21 4.19 6.12 1.8 12.19 5.5 12.38 5.5 1.6 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.0 6.40 2.1 7.201 7.1212.5 7.45(2.9 1.01 5.5 8.07 9.02 1.32 5.5 8.32 3.4 9.34 3.5 2.10 3.10 4.31 L.W. 10.001 11.04 0.7 10.52 3.6 H.W. H.W. 7.5015.01 12.09J3.6i 1.16(3.2( 2.13I2.7 3.0412.0 3.52(1.4' 4.4210.9 5.53 7.05 8.06 9.02 9.57 5.7 6.0 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.3 8.115.3 8.51(5.6 9.2315.9 9.58'6.1 0.410.31'6.3 10.53 5.02 0.8111.0616.3 6.29(0.6 11.51 6.1 i Below average low water. FIRE ALArflVi SIGNAL TELEPHONE. MAIN 12. I Pacific at. and Chnreh St Pope Uouae nd Vicinlti : L",t "' v'n 8t. The Casino J IV.'""1 S1 "n1 Soflnel T MlMlon Orchard Paeltlc At. nd Lincoln St. S I lper Plan-Mission Hill 1 i Vl?'? nd r,dar s'- J Third and Main, Reach HIP 15 (J.-ean and Kranklln Bus. J-J Srona Tannery Yl I,,,,rh no"1! 18 I-elbbrandt At. and Third Hi. 1? Ha? and Mission Sts. a-1 lower Plaia-Paeinc At. and Wi-a- 2 5 C,llfo'rnla St. and Walnnt at ; S-I nd "rtleld Sta. o a h n,r,',n ,D' '-""re! ta o wW.""' LUhthonae At 0 o , Cll"r h ChorcJi St. , Xsl"t n.l Che.an.it At 84 Opera Iloe-Park Bt. J8 Market and Orant Pta. Jfl Bar and Columbia 8t. 5.2 5 "'"ld: .A'-."d Hraoo m 4-1 Utire and tnter Rte. T J n1","1, "nd Waahlniton Bta J ? 'T.n,,n J'fimt and Chltjatown oti ractnc At. 01 rim n. 11 - It ne0lfG:,p nd Sonnel n Pine and CaTmr. at. A Indknm ,5 Ullroad and Broadway 3i 2!"!"" ,nd Water St , Bmnlforie rtl KeTHtno TRY SENTINEL WANT ADS 'ill ut.

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