The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on October 29, 1925 · 9
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I r i -DARK PROPERTY MAY BE SOLD Oovernment Takes Option On Drakesbad Land Near Mt iLassen MUSS VALLEY (Nev Col) Oct 29---Mike Peters known as the clothesline bandit arrested last Week following a chase along Auburn Street pleaded guilty to petty larceny In the Justice court yesterday and was fined MO Ile at first insisted on standing trial but later changed his plea The seventy-five or more pieces of lingerie found in his house will be divided between the Salvation Army and local orphanages no claimants having appeared Forest City Iowa—"My first child lived only a short time and I was sick for a year after 14 - 15 When I bent over -- and raised myself -$ - - 4 up again I could al '- most scream with Rain in my back tpot one day I was so 11 ' bad that I had to 401 IN 34 leave my washing and get ready to X go to the doctor He gave me medi -" ity e ' ') eine but it did no -i!'' more good than if I drank lust water Once when we had been in town a little book telling about Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound was left in our car I have taken five bottles of the Vegetable Compound now and i do all my housework and help with the milking and taking care of chickens and garden Besides I have a ane baby girl eight months old just the picture of health and I am feeling fine myself Youmay use this letter as a testimonial and I will answer any letters asking about the Vegetable Compound" — Mrs Osco I B0RGELIN9 Route No 5 liorest City Iowa For sale by druggists everywhere - THE BEE NEWS BUREAU SUPERIOR eALIFORNIA NEWS -- STSANVILLE (Lassen Co) Oct 29—Announcement is made here that the government has taken an option on the scenic property at Drakeshad from Alex Sifford The land lies in Mt Lassen Volcanic National Park and contains some of the main scenic points The option holds good until the end of the next session of congress Bifford has operated the property as a Summer reeort for several years - The availability to tourists of the Devil's Kitchen and Bolling Lake and road rights are involved in the deal NO CLAIMANTS TO STOLEN LINGERIE THIS WOMAN'S REMARKABLE RECOVERY Entirely Due to Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable I Compound lose Weight A Natural Way No Diet— s No Bother ( iR No Trouble-- ( 1 Improper assimila tion of food causes it-v 111 4 ' fat Veronica is a natural mineral water which is an aid to the proper functioning of the human system When Veronica causes the organs t d of the body to ! t function normally perfect assimilation of food is restored Thousands of de lighted women and men are bringing their weight to nor mai by drinking a (VA few glasses ofVerone 0 ice Water daily Try this pleasant ‘ L A easy way of redue "-- ing Absolutely harmless and will not cause lines or dabbiness to appear when weight bloat Veronica's sold by all drug gtItL Send coupon below for tree booklet explaining the Cause of Overweight Chart ot Normal Weight with scientific effect of Veronica Water explained 110A "—'— ------- ------"-- Veronica Serino Ca Santa BerbereOelf Nene fend me free book Nemo &Urges W!S 3 QAVIC your hair 4-) while you have VI If your scalp !whist V you are bothered with dandruff if your hair has begun to comb out too freely begin the use of Newbro's Herpicide Scientifically prepared to destroy the calms of hair loss Herpicide quickly emdiestes dandruff checks filling hair end develops new War-strength and vigor Do not delay Thou-sends have rocelved permaneat benefit from use of lierpiride and a single trud will convince Int of It merit dig arrailostnzierz Is4 0094 stotubrdo liferpicide THE pictures below tell the story of an aged man's eighteen-year quest for a suitable burial place In the center is William M Bowman 91 of Shingle Springs El Dorado County who has spent eighteen years preparing his grave the concrete headstone for which is shown at the left Below is shown the corrugated iron house which he has erected over the grave in front of which is the semaphore signal iron that will tell of his death At the upper right is a view of Bowman's Point on top of which the tomb has been built It is forty-two miles from Sacramento Hit And Run Pair See Victim Badly Injured Then Drive On To Leave Aged Lodi Man To Die DI (San Joaquin Co) Oct 21—Struck dolvn by a hit- and-run motorist in a large automobile just after alight- ing from a truck last evening M Guenthner 67 of Lodi was so badly crushed that he later died at a local hospital WOMAN amunps In the automobile which struck Cheat Is Crashed Guenrkner were a wan and a won- At the Mason Hospita where en It was not determined which Guenthner was removed and given was driving After the Impact tire medical aid it was found his chest woman alighted from the car and had been crushed by a wheel of the seeing that the man was badly car mangled returned to her machine Guenthner had been working as a and the pair drove quickly away grape picker and the truck from None of the witnesses secured which he was alighting had con-the number of the mystery car veyed him from the place of his emthough the authorities state they ployment to Lodi ble is survived have a good description of it and by a widow and two brothers Chris the woman and George all of this city YOLO WOMAN 92 CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY WOODLAND (Yolo Co) Oa 29 "Aunt" Fannie Hatoher one of the oldest pioneers of Yo lo County resident of Yo lo has just celebrated her ninety-second birthday at the home of her daughter Mrs J D McLeod "Aunt" Fantle promises her friends that she will pass the century mark She is still hale and hearty The near centenarian came to Yob County in 1852 Included among relatives and friends from other points at the celebration were J H Nimmo and checks WYtake chances with dread 1) pTyorthea? Through careless teas lour out of five suffer with it after the age of forty and many younger These are your dentists statistics Tender bleeding gums are the danger signal If unchecked the teeth loosen in their sockets and the poison seeps through Out the system frequently producing rheumatism neuritis and other serious troubles If Pyorrhea has set in go to your dentist immediately for treatment He can help you To prevent pyorrhea consult him at least twice a year and brush ynur teeth night and morning with Forhan's for the Gums This pleasant dentifrice contains Forhan's Pyorrhea Liquid which hu been used by dentist for the last Is years in the treatment of pyorrhea If used regularly and in time it checks or prevents the ravages of this mouth scourge Start brushing your teeth with Porhan's today It not only gives your teeth a perfect cleansing but keep' you safe front dread pyorrhea's tolls All druggists 3sn sod 6oc in tubes ?tree& of & Forbes D D & Perban comma Nett York al ju"fl car Guenthner had been working as a grape picker and the truck from which he was alighting had conveyed him from the place of his employment to Lodi ble is survived by a widow and two brothers Chris and George all of this city family of Santa Roar Henry Meager and family of Guinda Charles F Brower and wite of Oakland Homer Fertig of Sacramento and Mr Delia Do Ilubite and Mr and Mrs D N Brown both families of Woodland BRUSH FIRES FOUGHT GRASS VALLEY (Nevada Co) Oct 29—William F Sharpe dep uty state fire warden is engaged In controlling a number of minor brush fires east and south of here None are reported an doing partic ular damage but should windy weather prevail the situation might become Iterloux t iAloutd: How Long Since You Saw Your Dentist? DON'T wait petit pow finalist has le treat to aching Wet& Visithiwrog Warty et inn twin a not for a Awe meg lath and pm &Walton lie iriii keg yew teeth ea gnu healthy ore asetineyeedlere welt 'Menials's' ihet stwo lies its be 'twangs hs a AP assodslostb 9s FOR THE GUMS More than a tooth baste—it dicks Pyorrhea —Bee Staff Photos NONAGENARIAN BUILDS TOMB (Continued from Page On brush and digger pine trees A group of rocks rise at the top which has a level space probably seventy feet square It is in the center of this level place that Bow man owns one-rod square of ground Idea Two Decades Old Bowman who has lived in that section of El Dorado County seventy-two years conceived his amazing idea more than eighteen years ago At that time he wrote to relatives back East saying that he didn't know how long his span of life would be continued but thought the end was not far off Digs Own Grave At that time Bowman who the old timers aay was always unobtrusive and inclined to take care of his own problems dug a grave six feet deep on the hill top He se- lected four pallbearers to carry hit body up the hill and swamped out a road for them to pass up to the grave OUTLIVES PALLBEARER Au years passed and Bowman stood the test of time his pallbearers began to drop by the way-aide One died another lost a band In an accident and Bowman boat track of the other two The road he swamped out for hie funeral proceessfon became thick with new growth until now It le completely obliterated and trees several feet high have grown up Only a narrowo winding path leads up the hillside With these developments the peculiar brain child of Bowman grew In his mind and he decided to carry the plan farther Knowing that he had outlived one of his pallbearers boat another by accident and believing that he had a fair chance of living as long as the other two Bowman decided to abandon his former plant and arrange a death and burial that would mean no in-'convenience to his friends Erects Boadatone He accordingly dug the grave deeper and lined it with concrete Put the coffin in It built a four-layer headstone of concrete and made other preparations which required years to complete Over the grave he erected a meil house of corrugated iron The place was built large enough to accomodate a bed and move betide the grave At coon as Bowman gets all arrangement' ready he will move up to the top of his hill sleep In the bed betide the grave and when he feels as though death might he near he will get Into the coffin and await the end ARRANGES DEATH SIGNAL Now comes an aniline detail Between the EfliVe and the headatone Bowman has erected a contraption reaembling a semaphore It le made of Iron and raises in the air a few feet above the house over the grave lie will attach a white flag to OIL and when he is certain that the end la at hand he will pull a rope intending Into the coffin The semaphore will raise the white flag and his Mende will know he ham passed on for they will be able to see the flag from the urround inst country Bowman't equare of land on the top of the hill has been enclosed with a low barbed-wire fence Within the enclosure Is the grave The bottom layer of tho headstone 1 is three feet square and the upper three layers are smaller and arranged in step formation Restloctone Inacription An Inteription in bronze strips on the headstone reedit: aW M nowmArt Native of Stark County Ohio "B 8-15-34 013 DID WORK MAN ig Bowman bee done all the work himself on the propoeltion with the exception of some small help given him by friends from time to time He has packed all the material UP tho hill on his back Just a Bowman hos made it a busineat to get along in lit so has be made it a business to meet his demise In the most practical manner and In the way that pleases him best Having little to do to keep him busy he hat had plenty of time to work away at his hobby Bit by bit for eighteen years he has enlarged on hie plant In recent years he feared the lot wouldn't be completed for his sight 4beaa4 WM le Gene At that time Bowman who the out timers say was always unobtrusive and inclined to take care of his ovrn problems dug a grave six feeLtleep on the hill top He se- lected four pallbearers to carry his body up the hill and eNeamped out a road for them to pass up to the grave OUTLIVES PALLBEARER Au years palmed and Bowman stood the test of time his pallbearers began to drop by the wayside One died another lost a band In an aecident and Bowman boat track of the other two The road he swamped out for hie funeral proccession became thick with new growth until now it Is completely obliterated and trees several feet high have grown up Only a nartown winding path leads up the With these developments the peculiar brain child of Bowman grew in hie mind and he decided to carry the plan farther Knowing that he had outlived one of his pallbearers Mat another by accident and believing that he had a fair chance of living as long as the Other two Bowman decided to abandon life former plane and arrange a death and burial that would mean no inconvenience to his friends Erects Headatone Tie accordingly dug the grave deeper and lined it with concrete Put the coffin in it built a four-layer headstone of concrete and made other preparations which required years to complete Over the grave he erected a !IMOl house of corrugated iron The place was built large enough to 1 a ocomode te a bed and etove beside the grave Ail anon as Bowman gets all arrangement ready he will move up to the top of his hill sleep in the bed beeide the grave and when he feels as though death might be near he will get Into the coffin end await the end ARRANGES DEATH SIGNAL Now comes an unique detail Between the grave and the headatone Bowman hots erected a contraption resembling a semaphore It Is made or Iron and raises in the air a few feet above the house over the grave lie will attach a white flag to OIL and when he is certain that the end is at hand ha will pull a rope extending Into the coffin The semaphore will raise the white flag and his Mende will know he has poised on for they will be able to see the flag from the surround Inst country Bowman'S equare of land on the top of the bill has been enclosed with a low barbed-wire fence Within the enclosure is the grave The bottom layer of the headstone 1 is three feet square and the upper three layer"' are smaller and arranged in step formation Headstone Ineerlatton An Inscription in bronze strips on the headstone reads: aW M nowmArir Native of Stark County Ohio 8-15-34 01) DID WORK ALONE Bowman bee done all the work himself on the propoettion with the exception of some small help given him by friends from time to time He bas packed all the material up tho hill on his back Just as Bowman has made It a business' to get along In life so has be made it a business to meet his demise In the most praotioat manner and In the way that pleases him best Having little to do to keep him busy he ham had plenty of time to work away at his hobby Bit by bit for eighteen years he has enlarged on his plans In recent years he feared the job wouldn't be completed for his sight 4bags4 taLlias alau IL tit BOWman was born in Stark County Ohio August 15 1834 He came to California by way of the Isthmus in 1852 having followed the gold rush He tells of an incident during the early days of Saoramento " got my high top boots wet wading in the river near Sutter's Fort and my feet became so swollen I could not gPt my boots on I started out to walk to the Shingle Springs section and I came all the way barefooted I've outlived two brothers who came with me The West For Hi Ina "This Is a great country and I (Ike it Once a relative of mine in the East wanted me to go back and live with her the rest of my life That was a good many years ago and I didn't think I had long to live as I was getting pretty old I only staid three weeks" Works On Solent Me Theory For a great number of years during the latter part of his life Bowman attempted to evolve a theory of perpetual motion He bad numerous contraptions rigged up at his cabin which he experimented with but he finally abandoned the idea and dismantled the apparatus He explains his theory as follows: "I believed that by hanging weights on springs the tension might produce perpetual °Lion Another theory I had was to so arrange round balls that they would conatantly keep moving I worked for years on this theory and had ioe of apparatioit tosh was Aivibt DR WM ELLERY BRIGGS IRA C BOSS C B BILLS WILBUR P BRAND L H BECKER C CARLY G C CONOVER J A CONWAY C J CHVN W O CLARK WALTER W CAMPBELL E A CORD'' T L CLEMENS CURTLI cuvrEn pletely blind in the left eye and only sees dimly out of the right Humor Not Stunted He Is bent but slightly for a man his age and walks alone in the hills with the use of a cane He has spent so many years in that section of the country that he I is familiar with the trails Despite 11 the constant picture of the approaching hereafter that he holds before him the old fellow's makeup has not suffered in humor or modesty Ascends Hill Handily From the way he ascended the hill one would hardly suspect that he wee 91 years old or that the grim reaper was anywhere within striking dismnce Ile made the walk up the hill—probably a quarter of a mile—with but one stop and came down without resting once He enjciys walking and along the road he more often refuses than accepts rides proferrod by motorists No Longevity Hulce "I have no rules for longevity" replied Bowman in answer to a question along that line But I do believe that my living a simple life in the open and refraining from the use of liqUnT and tobacco has had a lot to do with my living 'so long "I don't know whether marriage has anything to do with longevity rye never been Married so I don't know how long I would have lived had taken a wife I only had one chance in my life to get married and that was back East when was too young There was a girl who would have married me but my folks objected because of my age" Came Via Isthmus Incumbent Merchant Forward Sacramento! stLKeep the Wheels of Progress Turning! CSacramento's Remarkable Growth During the Past Four Yeats Must Not Be Checked! tilThe Wise Administration of City Affairs Under the Present Form of Government Is Responsible in Boundless Meas ure for Sacramento's Advancement! Elect Men for Councilmen Pledged to a Continuance of the Policies of Progress and Advancement' VOTE FOR THESE NINE: 1 CHARLES W ANDERSON - Incumbent lanuranoo broker and former Chief of Ply Department THOMAS F BELLHOUSE Poreman Souibern Pacif lo Co ALBERT ELKUS W I ELLIOTT J President W I Elliott Co Asti:mobilo Dealers ROYAL MILLER Incumbent Pres ideut Miller Aoloniolitie Co Automobile Dealer The Above Candidates Are Endorsed by the Civic League Clyde H Brand President Chris R Jones Vice-President C H Merry Secretary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE HARRY CONNELLY JAMES H DONNELLY JOSEPH EAGAN MALLORY E ENOS STERLING P FORREST JR W F GEARY J S GOLDIE THOMAS J HARRIS G E HARVIE GEORGE L HERNDON HARRY JOHNSON JAMES P KEATLNG I KUBEL Polls Open 6 A M Close 6 P M Election Tuesday November 3d This Advertisement paid for by the Civic League able to prove anything so wrecked the experiments Lightning Removes Worry After starting on the grave scheme Bowman was frequently worried because of a tall pine tree that stood in such a position that It might some time fall directly over his grave This was the only tree so situated Thiri worry was removed two years ago Lightning struck the tree cutting it off and sending it in another direction! YOLO RESIDENT FOR FIFTY YEARS IS DEAD WOODLAND (Yolo Co) Oct 29 Mrs Sophie Stoll for half a century a resident of Hungry Hollow district In western Yolo County died here yesterday following a very brief Illness and will be burled Friday in Capay Cemetery A dtuiihter Miss Kate Stoll and two sons William and Emil all of Yoh) County survive together with three mistera two residing In Germany and one in Willow Oak Park adjavent to Woodland -2SIALTSLATE HINGIAS VADELESS colors for I- lasting beauty spark proof slate surface for greater safety Red — Green—Bluc-black Can be applied directly over your old wood shingles SEE US FOR TOUR ROOF PAINTING A N D REPAIRING ALLYN BURR COLIPANY 13th and B $ta Main 1755 Thursday Od 29 1025 A E GODDARD Ineumbost Salon manager Tkoinsou-Ditern Oa RUSSELL HOUSE Cashier Cit Iowan Bank HAROLD S KIERNAN Incumbeitt With IllA Herold Aze latest JOHN H MILLER Inesmbent President News Printing On Printers ALEX KAISER H L KINGCADE CARL LANUS ARTHUR LEITA C E LIVERMORE S J LUBIN FRANK E MICHEL CHARLES MATBREY D H MeCULLOCH FRANK MOSIER THEODORE MOORE CARL ROACH M W NATHAN - I HOME TOWN ITEMS 1 WOODLA ND1 Burial Place In Question—Whether or not Charles Crow 53 Knights Landing laborer receives a government burial or a place in the Potters' field here depends upon wbether his Spanish-A merican war service discharge papers can be found Crow died in the coLlity hospital It was atated that ha we a Spanieh-Amarican war JonN PATTERSON 1 CLIFFORD A IICSSIBLIa DR S E SIMMONS EARL SCHNETZ DR ROBERT smrrat EMIL scurcurrxre JOSEPH SANTOS DR W J TAYLOR HAROLD TRIELEN H A TEN BOSCH PRINK R WEBSTER DR P A WEBBER FRANK P WILLIAMS PAGE NM veteran and the only way Crow can receive his last tribute from the government is for the discharge papers to be in evidence They art missing fill:SANtILLE: "Ina Found Desid—e Hiram Marshall was found dead in the path that leads to his cabin near tiulson River He had been called as a witness in a case In the city court on Monday and was last seen Monday evening There was no vidonee of fool Play i DOES YOUR BACK ACHE? One of the most common and distressing ailments affecting the human body is backache Of all troubles there is none that will cause you to feel so helpless as this condition When your back "gives out" your whole body soTen to teke th same course—you lose your pep your appetit le gone you can't sleep you beeome nervous and irrliatile end In a short time You feel that old ego Is creeping In upop yeti riakache may be due to many different troublee within the body SOM6 at the most common Conditions Are Lumbago kidney trouble liver trouble female disorders constipation muscular weakness and neuritis No matter what your trouble is or how long you have suffered we are sure that we can help you We have been very successful In the hanIcling ot the most severe artite and chronic cases and have helped thousands to regain heelth WhY not let us help you? Conditions such as neuritis rheumatism lumbago constipation headsehos tired run-down feeling high mond presure stomach and liver trouble kidney trouble nervous- ness female disorders etc are but a few of the many linents entirely corrected through our werk Before we accept your gouts we make a complete examinetion Including an X-Ray photograph to positively de tormlne if we esn do anything for your trouble without any experiment ing or guesswork Every facility for the best care and comfort of the sick is to be found in our offices and the thorough nsse and broad scope of our work cannot be excelled We are "Palmer Graduate Chiropractors and practice only Chiropretio Re tatiEht by the Palmer School the largest Chiropremln "Omni In no world Our method is not painful to you in any way We do not jumy on you bark twist your arms or less or use any severs or trnLI oII meesures We ups only our hands on your opine Inarh patient le giVell individual &Minton We have no etudents to practice upon you why be sick when your health can so easily be obtained? 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