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VOL. VI r. -N*l». "IS. PA BO A LT<). <' A L.. tt'K IM* B3PAY,.;;A--jp8l' -4,~ le»« - -WHOLK $ii, 4l PROPERTY VALUATION. Figures Shown by the Assessment Roll.lor Hie Fiscal Year 1897-93. Thr.»ilj!'U tl mr!.,-*y i.f il. \V. Slui|ikiiis. .-l.-rk aii.l •-.v-.,tlii-ii, it.-si-s.i,>i- <if I'alo Alto, itml ^IV-piiiy ..-..iiiiv.v , i-hsi-j-s.il-. \v«* uiv <-nul.l«-il i., give the lljjttrea" sliuwiiij:' the iis>.-.--s* .1 \aLu_ wliirli the .-.niiitt |»la.-.--i .111 pr„|s-rly in I fills* Alt... Th.- town iiss.-ssiii.-iit will Is-tin. slim.-, t.iii-rin^r sn,*li .-liaii^.-s us the 'rriir-t.-i-s ina> iimUt- -.vlii-ii . ilj,-_\ ' n t Its It liimril nf I'.-j u;i!i/:il lull. The :i—ii-ssmi-iii is; us follows: VlllU.-.lf tUUll . ... . JtllMWrt Vulm-of iniiimv-.-mi-iils. -it.,t—il Viilwr;..[|M-rs.»imitiri.i,.irt_.. Jjjy_i Vullly.if nmnny an.f*i,iil.'i-ii'l rn-»ttts (•_itli T.mil iimsi-shi',1 value.. . . *7H—4,'» Vitlur of iiiiirini«.'i'» un Vmiii-riy ..-i. .*tTS.Tt% Tlie inereasein :iss.?ssni.«iit over litsl; y.-ar in as ffillows: - -. I«ff. ■•■-... }tffliJ|f, ww.: ..,-....,.; . ._ ........ ..„..,_.„_. hn-r.ms,' furyrur .. ., ^fclA.tlw ' A.I.I ili'i-riusi- la HSs.-tstju-lll .if laiiit ' frritti !ut*l y«ii,r. .- S.-J4S tii,-r..uH,"lu unh.-mm-.I Value of ibitir.iv,-- muni* fur v.-«r . $K,tMt . ..As iiiiprov.iht.iiits, ai-t» ..assess,!.!*' lit iuily .'HI is-i- nVnV of tfi.-ff vajii.if t he 'a.-i tual uiuoiint of iiiiprovetttcints for tin- year i» *SM;iH|t). . The Foresters' Entertainment....... TIm- i-iit*-rtailtuieut yiy.-n i'ri.tay nijlllt by Court Siuilfonl." I. 11. 1-".. |>uss,-.l oil v.'-i-y j„casijltly. 'I'll.- liiil! Iiiul been .1 iral.-ii wit It ,-v.-i-_i>-,-u foliage ami ].i-,-s.-nl.-.I a lianilsoni.! i upis'iti-uiii-,-. Tin; t'alifornia ,,i-,-h,-.i ra from -May lli-lcl fiirni-Ii.-il _<hh1 imisi.- tliroilt'lioul th,- ,-M'iiiiiir aii.l tin- hall tvus .-..iiiforialily tilled, niauy liavinir. i-oini- from Mayli.-lil. Mountain Viotv and tliu sin-rotitiiiiii^ .-oinit ry. Tim .'iiti-rtuiniiii-tit was' a far.-i.-al i'r^,ilsTTriin1n-~ot"srn'rT-wirtp|T;—irrrrtrn .■mil tin- fudge was culled t.. oril.-r. with l». T. .M.-CI.-llaiiil. (.'.-il I-:. I.ia-as.' .J. \V. llowanl. K. ('. i'osii.-'r. <i. \V. Mosh.'i-. 'Sam Vanil.-rvooi-t, W, \V..-i-i-y. A. "\V. Mills. 1". L. Wis.lolii. Dr. Ki-l- loiflf uli.l otli.-i-s us otf|.-».i-s . ami m.-iii-- iH-rs, itml with.-lames Stroller as star u.itor iirt.hc rol—xif _|_V^ Hi-.'l^'1'- -lai;Ic Mi'lliiiiulil fills tin- vri'lim of tin- l-iijrli- ablii initiatory o.\i-r.-isi.s. The i-.--.il live jfiiat was iU-.-icii-.ily a clmiyiiiir i-ur.1. Tito flii-iie took welt and the ••humeters were well sustained. .After tlie entertainment a liiiiii-i- was iitinoiim-eil, in which over forty couples participated and enjoyed tBtS-sclyes until _ o'clock. The receipts of the .'venini, were #*W. . Presbyterian Church Affairs. . At tlie e_ng_ogatii»iml nieeting.of tbe memlH-rs of the I'li^liyt.-rian church the resijrniition of the iiastor. .It.-v.' YV. I). NiulloluS, was accepted on tile part of the church, und ut the meeting of tlie PivsbyU-ry in "October the matter will bo presented to that body tor eti- '■ .lorsement. Dr. Geo. Bi Little was appointed a delegate to represent the congregation at the Presbytery and a second delegate will be appointed 1>y the session ol the church. On Sunday evening Mr. Nicholas preached his last sermon as pastor of ' the church, his text being taken from the parable of the prodigal son, and the word, lieing, "The son—the father;'' Tin. audience mom wits tilled to over-owing und the sermon was most toiichlntranil .-loc|ii..nt. Mr. Nicholas bits been pastor of the .liiirili fur nearly three-yi^ti-s.- und under his' ministry tin. memborsu'ip has materially Increased and lu- has Cvl!ii-ijd1hir_hflIi5-"i7f"dra«nuJ^ enees, ids scriiii'uis being especially, interesting-lo the young people. He is un utile and elix|iieiil sjiekker arid his many friends here will regret that he has thought It ln-.-i to sever bis .■oniicetion with llu__ cliinvli. We iiii.Iei-slan.l that he will remain in I'alo! :AIto. . • Il hat* nut yet lieen decided who will i In- called to the pastorate, und the intit* [ let—«»amiot -be definitely settled -until i th" Presbytery meets, although ii nil. j will probably-be 4'Miinlt'<l in thne to h*- Uf*j-bd ii|mn at Un- <MMiitn^ Hc«.i«ni, - Palo Alto Literary Society. A wvy Iiiluttwtini; mvi'tin^r" of lho] Utt*i*ai".v sdfit'ty wa.< In-Ul last ThuiMilaj* i t'Veiiuijjr. Tina papei*-bn imii'i'imiI t'Vt.its. j Uy Mjit-rthull Hlai'k. wus nsiM-rinPy j «.(k«L Tin* roifulttt' rtisbaiu was iipui.l tin1 tjH.'stiitn. "Itfsulvrti. That * ho \ trnitf.l Static shotilii tnkf Ht-ffp!* t•^! m**-»iv tl»* fi-i>iHltiiii Df-Cnbu. u.-itiy forrc I if n»if^ar.v." On thr anhmatiw I woi'i' MfSf.1*?.. Moryan. ami ToiVy. anil j on th«- negative Messrs. * *li»rKyi aiittj Hum. .Th<- vt.t.tpf tin- jntlycs Mom! j 4tn4. At tin' hidHPry .invthvp uiTUtlfiT^ ni'-'its Wfit- inu«lo for a ptihlti* i linn lat-lm li.'jtl in X»ii-ti-t'i- Hall on August _^k Th** proycam will i*oite>t«t. <.: un | aiUhx*>s -iy Ucv. K. I.. Paiwirii*, a' siHfs'ti hy K. K. ratntcr Ujiil a dyhatc on tin- aiiiu'Xatinii of Hawaii.' The sjM-aki-rs on the uttlrmaliv** an* .Mcfr-rs. | Morjiati aiicl Hunt, and on tin,' iH'ya ti.f Mi^si>. rhai-Jcs au4l St-nwi-. Tin «-.M-ir*y im-t-ts ajfillti tomol row i*vi-uiiiy Wedded Today. ()i\ l'iini**l W.- -MuVphy, itr-.i'.tjint. pi'of<*ssor of physii-r* uf .'ilatiford l*ni- v.-i-siiy. and AHss.Kr,miiiia Kf-rri?? will ht!„uiar,H<:d at 5 o*dock thi> «fii'i;ni'i>u in \Vatsin.vHli\ Miss r<*n'is isiVStah- f<ii'd stndt'tvti- comittj; from iVuvei*. Hoth th*'t'ontritctitiir partlos are wvl\ known Iumv and liijfhly csii-omcd. They will occupy a residenre which is to >h> 1)11)1 tat om>t> iu hloi'lt 21. 11:_ uiil- ton aveiitii'. ■ - HOWARD eikerehkotter; ~ His Death Occurred on Saturday of Last Week from Appendicitis. Kilu'aril KiktM-.-nkoitiM- dkil on .Saturday nicujiiu^ ..after a _>hurl ill iu-^.->. diif to appi-ndiriris. Dr. I.. W. t'harlcs wan tho iit-ttiKliny pliyss-iaii and Friday. afn-i'iiuDii lu- i-;illt'<l in consultation Dr. CIiiih-hs of San KnincLsco, Dr. IJanx'tt. of l.i-ilwimil i'it-y and Dr. Kollo^j; of Palo Alto. Theconditiou was st'icli that ■ttnrrtP .loHded lu«t-ti> delay Txir-fohnttijr a surgical opt-i-ition until tin- following" day, hut death .mints to ix«Uovc the sulTenT. * ' Mr. l.ikernktdter was a uicinher of a family that had Ixtun proiniuoutin Sau Muti'o colinty for many years. His father was wealthy and ' inniieiitfaL The sllhject of this sketch was born about forty*rtv<* years ago at Soarsvillt^ and whi-n ..stili. :t yonnjr j»an. he.was clcctt'il clerk of Sail Mateo county. holdln<* that -oniee for- *f?^u.cf. years, and for two years was deputy elel'k. He remtived tu Palo Alto about a year ujju and for a time-conducted a fruit store. til* wife .died some >;_;_. rs a^o.. ;inr| he leavt'x a d.siijrhter and ►.. o sons, ju.-t riaehin-r tin- ago oi maturity. The funeral occurred on Sunday, the interment being at Kedwood City. Has Resigned. IVtM* Mullen, who has Ik-cii f*m>er- iutcudcHt of the l>]ack>mU'liiug dep;u't- m* i.t at the I'alo Alfo Stock l*'arm for the jwwi six y«<ars, has re-.iyne.l his po>itioit. the resignation to take ctTet't next Monday, Mr. Mullen was nmr- rietl a iitlle hioiv than a year ago and has made his home iu San Kraucisro. while ntlending to his duties here. He will make his home iu that city, a fact which bur iteople regret, as he i Vjfi, bi. t-iiHivt.i.3fWmiyt^«f^t-!-»^tMt-t. .r*4»-rty7it"t—: land lS:50 p. tn. daily; 4'JW, ."»:2o ami »i:o7 p. in. dally except Sunday: i*:;n» land lutit }n tn. daily; and 1:01 a. in. - •Suuduy only. The (Iyer lime remuins ■ unchan^ed. j This is a bettor sorviou than we have 'had as there is' one extra train to and | from the city, and the train that stop- ! |>ed here "Mow g»H*s thntugh to Sun ] .lost-. Local News. S.-"\Yv Churies* and ti. f. tVinffdmr: qynt Sunday at l-ii^Htinda. Miss Margeriu Hell is home Jrom a visit with friends at St. Heleim. M.rs. firOistfauder has returned frohi a two wex'ks* outing at Santa Cruz. ! Mrs. 'I'bom us. aiiiiuut of Prank <'. Doty, is seriously ill al the home of the fatter. \ . . " - ..' . T-iS. Downing i«td ti. IC. 1,'arkiusitii spent three days at Pleasanton dfiring the past week. .1* T. Bui-chain was culled to Oregon last week on business, and wilt return about fVngtitrt 15th. t>r. <Jty>,- K. Hall is visiting his hrtith- ers. If. I-', ami M. D. Hall. He is taking a rourse in the medical department of the State I'niverity. Mij->-"Mutt.i— Steller ha?> reliiriiitl TnTiiLiiJiUhit o/ several wi-**ks at Saem- mt-nto and again hat, ehurge of the central telephone oli.ee. W. II. Knupp. of Tehachapi. has arraiige^l to build a cottage in block f»4 aud will bring his family here in time for the fall opening of the schools. Mi's, dose]Hi Hutchinson, who has been ill at San I'Yanciwo, arrived home- yesterday niueb Improved in health and will leave in a fc'w days for Pacific Clj'ove. yjj ■■■.■■">:■■ Removed. Df. Geo. H. Little, dentist, and Miss Mary Little, vtN'ulist. who have hud offices- foj- some time in the I^tlyard building, have leased theupperstory of the Morris building opposite the Pair, aud now occupy the new quarter**, where they will Ik* pleased to uicct their patrons. ■< J. 1>. I-arkin,. who conducted a harbor shop on the campus for the past six years, is having the room adjoining Dahl's fitted up for a shop. He will also etirry a line of cigars and tobacco and will have a bnotblaek stand in connection with the shop. Rbhert Danneberg, tho popular Southern Pacific agent, hun returned from his vacation. He' wus in tlie Shasta country for a time and in company with O. K. Smith fished and hunted on tho upper Sacramento, ii' most excellent ctlUelu a pleasant genlientun, ami an enterprising busl- j ness man. He owns thejU'Opqrty oc- jcupled by Hell A l>a.*.elfi"*the " IViiilding used by (ieo. .1. t-*arey as a meat utar- j ket and ii rtwldcnce .at the corner of (■West aveiiui'alid Webster street; A Peculiar Mountain Lion. The mountain lions in the Big Basin must 1h> an entirely View kind ofrfeline, if the Santa t'rjii. Surf is to-be taken as uutluirlty. That paper tells of an encounter that two (amjH>rs hail with a lioness, which, like Madge Morris* coyote, was given to-howling. They fought the lioness with fire, which is suppo-ed to l>e the terror of wild animalft. but it only excited her anger: and the bravo inch climbed a tree and were saved. This is the first mountain lion n ported that was not as much at home in the trobs as on the ground. The Surf man has either made a great disecovery or slomld take a felt lessons in zoology. _ Change of Time. Another change of time on the coast division wciit into effect on August 1st. Trains now leave for San Francisco at fi.OO a, in. daily: (1:40, 7:.H and 7:50 n. m. daily except Sunday: 8:.1_. and 11:59 a. m. and 3:11, 4:0*i and ti:07 p. m. dally; and 7:24 p. m. Sunday only. Trains arrive from San Francisco at 8:_..'! a. m. daily except Sunday; 8:41 dtlines lial'l ,VUs ItUlild <U-;Ld Monday morning in his boil al the Oak Grove Villa stables at Menlo l'ark. He was 28'yeafstdd iihd. well Uiiimii Iii that' vicinity. Mrs. Dyas of Mayfield is having an H-rooiti house, built tin Margueri _*.• street, hi hlmdt 110, and will move here as soon as the building Is completed. K. ii. Field bus the contract. The work of curing the prune "crop will Inigiw this..week, and tho yield of the orchards in this vicinity is probably the heaviest that has ever Ihiui known. There are certainly good times ahead for the frtift'growers. Mrs. and Miss Hnr.l«-i n of Stock ton have rented the Powers place on ('banning avenue near tlie MiddlcJ.eld road and now. occupy the proiterty. M1m i In nit-in. who has been a teacher at Stockton, will lake" a course at the University. Kev. .1. S. Thomas of Minneapolis preached Sunday morning and evening ut the Methodist church. He is an eloquent speaker and those who attended wore niucli pleased with hi-tdif- eourses. He is a son of H. S. Thomas of Palo Alto. Mr. John I.. Truslow, the newly appointed general passenger agent of the Santa Fe railway, accompanied by his wife,- was a gifest of Prof. Emory E. Smith Saturday uttcrnoou. A son of Mr. Truslow will enter Stanford ut the fall semester.
|Title||Palo Alto Live Oak 1897 August 4|
|Date of Publication||1897-08-04|
|Number of pages||6|
|Place of Publication||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Publisher||Frank Kasson, Frances A. Kasson|
|Source||Microfilm collection in Rinconada Library|
|Coverage||Palo Alto, Calif.|
|Rights||Material in the public domain. No restrictions on use.|
|Publication Title||Palo Alto Live Oak|
VOL. VI r. -N*l». "IS.
PA BO A LT<). <' A L.. tt'K IM* B3PAY,.;;A--jp8l' -4,~ le»« -
-WHOLK $ii, 4l
Figures Shown by the Assessment Roll.lor
Hie Fiscal Year 1897-93.
Thr.»ilj!'U tl mr!.,-*y i.f il. \V.
Slui|ikiiis. .-l.-rk aii.l •-.v-.,tlii-ii, it.-si-s.i,>i-