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ARTICLES FROM REGIONAL CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPERS ABOUT THE CITY OF PALO ALTO (CA) AND STANFORD UNIVERSITY FROM

1885-1922. (SOURCE: California Digital Newspaper Collection)


Newspaper
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Volume
Volume 52 Volume 58 Volume 60 Volume 82 Volume 67 Volume 79 Volume 75 Volume 87 Volume 76 Volume 77 Volume 77 Volume 77 Volume 78 Volume 78 Volume 78 Volume 78 Volume 78 Volume 78 Volume 79 Volume 79 Volume 79 Volume 91 Volume 82 Volume 82 Volume 83 Volume 84 Volume 96 Volume 57 Volume 86

Number
Number 127 Number 98 Number 146 Number 149 Number 182 Number 100 Number 132 Number 122 Number 124 Number 114 Number 118 Number 171 Number 63 Number 66 Number 71 Number 77 Number 80 Number 107 Number 84 Number 143 Number 180 Number 175 Number 61 Number 119 Number 38 Number 107 Number 117 Number 25 Number 38

Date
22/Jan/1885 13/Dec/1887 8/Feb/1889 29/May/1890 31/May/1890 20/Jun/1890 11/Apr/1894 11/Jul/1894 2/Oct/1894 3/Apr/1895 7/Apr/1895 30/May/1895 2/Aug/1895 5/Aug/1895 10/Aug/1895 16/Aug/1895 19/Aug/1895 15/Sep/1895 22/Feb/1896 21/Apr/1896 28/May/1896 20/Aug/1896 31/Jul/1897 27/Sep/1897 7/Jan/1898 15/Sep/1898 16/Dec/1898 24/Jun/1899 8/Jul/1899

Article Title
CALIFORNIA/INTERVIEW WITH SENATOR STANFORD REAL ESTATE. THE STANFORD UNIVERSITY. REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE. STANFORD UNIVERSITY. A TOWN INCORPORATED QUIET ON THE COAST. SALOONS NOT WANTED. SEVEN NEW SUB-STATIONS CHARMING PALO ALTO DIPLOMAS FOR MANY PALO ALTO UNIVERSITY GROWTH OF STANFORD DEPOT FOR PALO ALTO. IN FACTORY AND SHOP PALO ALTOS NEW STATION COST OF THIRTY MILLION GALLONS A DAY VIEWS OF WESTERN EDITORS. PALO ALTO TOWNSHIP CREATED. DIPLOMAS FOR STANFORD SENIORS. TELEGRAPH RATES REDUCED. IMPROVING ITS TRAIN SERVICE THE COAST PRESS. ARRESTED AS A COMMON COUNTERFEITER A GLANCE AT REAL ESTATE GOVERNMENT OF CITIES AND TOWNS. FRUIT PRICES AT VARIOUS POINTS. STANFORD UNIVERSITY WARRING ON SALOONS

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Volume 86 Volume 86 Volume 86 Volume 86 Volume 86 Volume 98 Volume 87 Volume 87

Number 40 Number 47 Number 48 Number 62 Number 169 Number 88 Number 106 Number 131

10/Jul/1899 17/Jul/1899 18/Jul/1899 1/Aug/1899 16/Nov/1899 17/Nov/1899 16-Mar-1900 31-Mar-1900

PALO ALTO TEACHERS. POWER FOR PALO ALTO. PALO ALTO HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS. ANTI-SALOONISTS VICTORIOUS MILLIONS MULTIPLY FOR STANFORD UNIVERSITY STANFORD UNIVERSITY. SCHOOL BONDS VOTED. GRAVE CHARGES AGAINST PALO ALTO OFFICIALS CITIZENS DEMAND THAT DYER RESIGN MASS MEETING HELD IN PALO ALTO TO PROTEST AGAINST THE. DISPOSAL OF A CHINESE GIRL. DENIES COMPLICITY IN THE ABDUCTION WILL DISCUSS THE PALO ALTO OUTRAGE PALO ALTO OUTRAGE A SENSATIONAL MEETING AT SAN JOSE/THEABDUCTION OF A WOMAN CITIZENS DENOUNCE KIM YUEYS ABDUCTION ONE OF KIM YUEYS KIDNAPERS ARRESTED JUSTICE DYER APPEARS BEFORE SUPERVISORS HABEAS CORPUS WRIT TO RELEASE KIDNAPERS PUBLIC APPEAL CITIZENS COMMITTEE REPORTS WONG FANG ON TRIAL. CHINESE TESTIMONY AHU ANGED ACCORDING TO TBS HEQIIREMESTG J A CHLNE*E FILRL WUI FORROIL BY THREATS OF UENTH TO PERVERT T THE TRUTH HERRINGTON DISMISSED. ALLEGED KIDNAPERS MUST STAND TRIAL WILL ISSUE SCHOOL BONDS. WILL HELP CONVICT WONG FONG KIM QUEY ADUCTION KIM QUEY TESTIFIES. HERRINGTON TELLS OF THE ROADSIDE COURT WONG FONG ACQUITTED. LAST OF INDICTMENTS IN KIM QUEY CASE DISMISSED WILL NOT SELL LIQUOR AT THE STANFORD HOTEL

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Volume LXXXVII Volume 87 Volume 87

Number 132 Number 133 Number 134

1-Apr-1900 2-Apr-1900 3-Apr-1900

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4-Apr-1900 4-Apr-1900 4-Apr-1900 5-Apr-1900 6-Apr-1900 8-Apr-1900 10-Apr-1900 13-Apr-1900

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Volume 87 Volume 87 Volume 87 Volume 87 Volume 87

Number 24 Number 26 Number 28 Number 40 Number 45

24-Apr-1900 10-May1900 26-May1900 14-Jun-1900 23-Jun-1900 23-Jun-1900 24-Jun-1900 26-Jun-1900 28-Jun-1900 10-Jul-1900 15-Jul-1900

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Volume 87 Volume XXVIII Volume 87 Volume XXVIII Volume 87 Volume 87

Number 156 Number 178 Number 118 Number 179 Number 176 Number 107

3-Nov-1900 28-Mar-1901 28-Mar-1901 29-Mar-1901 25-May1901 15-Sep-1901

SCHOOLS SEEK FINANCIAL AID FROM STANFORD OPPOSES SALOON ADVERTISEMENTS. EDITOR COPP IS REMOVED. A QUESTION OF ETHICS ELECTRIC COMPANY GIVEN EIGHT OF WAY THE OLD SPANISH HIGHWAY TO BE REBUILT MRS. STANFORD GIVES THIRTY MILLIONS TO MAGNIFICENT UNIVERSITY AT PALO ALTO BUYS SAN JOSE POWER AND LIGHTING PLANTS SYNDICATE BUYS ELECTRIC SYSTEM. POSTMASTERS SALARIES RAISED RETIRING CLASS GETS DIPLOMA PALO ALTO VOTES FOR BONDS TELEGRAPH NEWS JANE LATHROP STANFORD MAPS OUT POLICY TO BE FOLLOWED IN MANAGEMENT OF THE GREAT UNIVERSITY AT PALO ALTO CARNEGIE LIBRARY FOR PALO ALTO. ALARM AT STANFORD Students and Faculty Anticipate an Epidemic of Typhoid TYPHOID AT STANFORD Thirty-two Students Are Now Down With the Disease TYPHOID FEVER BREAKS OUT IN UNIVEBSITY TOWN TYPHOID AT STANFORD TWENTY NEW CASES TYPHOID MAKES MORE HEADWAY One More Case of Typhoid THE PRICE OF HEALTH One More Case of Typhoid QUARANTINES AGAINST MILK. PERIL OF AN EPIDEMIC DECREASES AT STANFORD QUARANTINES AGAINST MILK. TYPHOID AT STANFORD Two More Cases Developed at the University Yesterday TWELVE NEW CASES Typhoid Still Spreading at Stanford SOME OF

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Volume 91 Volume 87 Volume 87 Volume XXIX Volume 87 Volume 87 Volume 87

Number 10 Number 157 Number 157 Number 226 Number 178 Number 92 Number 119

10-Dec-1901 6-May-1902 6-May-1902 15-May1902 27-May1902 31-Aug-1902 27-Sep-1902

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Number 126 Number 95 Number 187 Number 193 Number 139 Number 195 Number 196 Number 142 Number 197 Number 197 Number 197 Number 143 Number 143 Number 143 Number 198 Number 199

4-Oct-1902 5-Mar-1903 12-Apr-1903 18-Apr-1903 18-Apr-1903 20-Apr-1903 21-Apr-1903 21-Apr-1903 22-Apr-1903 22-Apr-1903 22-Apr-1903 22-Apr-1903 22-Apr-1903 22-Apr-1903 23-Apr-1903 24-Apr-1903

STUDENTS RETURN TO THEIR HOMES San Francisco Health Authorities Aroused Over the Discovery That Infected Milk Has Been Shipped Into That City From Palo Alto Los Angeles Herald San Francisco Call San Francisco Call Los Angeles Herald Los Angeles Herald San Francisco Call Los Angeles Herald Los Angeles Herald San Francisco Call Los Angeles Herald San Francisco Call San Francisco Call Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume 93 Volume XXX Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume XXX Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume 93 Volume XCIII Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume XXX Volume XXX Volume XXX Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume XXX Volume 93 Volume Number 199 Number 145 Number 146 Number 201 Number 201 Number 147 Number 203 Number 203 Number 149 Number 204 Number 150 Number 151 24-Apr-1903 24-Apr-1903 25-Apr-1903 26-Apr-1903 26-Apr-1903 26-Apr-1903 28-Apr-1903 28-Apr-1903 28-Apr-1903 29-Apr-1903 29-Apr-1903 30-Apr-1903 San Francisco Aroused EPIDEMIC OF TYPHOID CONTINUES AT STANFORD MAJORITY OF TYPHOID PATIENTS ARE IMPROVING TYPHOID AT STANFORD But Two Cases Were Reported During Yesterday TYPHOID AT STANFORD But Two Cases Were Reported During Yesterday SPREADING OF FEVER STAYED AT STANFORD EPIDEMIC BROKEN SAN FRANCISCOS LUCK FEVER CLAIMS MORE STUDENTS THE TYPHOID EPIDEMIC One Death and Two New Cases Are Reported at Palo Alto DREAD TYPHOID CAUSES DEATHS PHYSICIANS BELIEVE EPIDEMIC IS AT AN END DEATHS NOW ARE FOUR AND TYPHOID CONTINUES Japanese Student Dies in Palo Alto and Disease Attacks Young Ladies A Typhoid Victim TYPHOID FEVER CAUSES DEATH OF WOMAN STUDENT To Prevent Typhoid TYPHOID AT STANFORD No New Cases Reported and Danger Thought to Be Passed SIXTH TYPHOID VICTIM Death of Miss Baldwin SIXTH TYPHOID VICTIM Death of Miss Baldwin TYPHOID TAKES ANOTHER LIFE TYPHOID AT STANFORD Three New Cases Reported at the University Yesterday STUDENTS FALL IN FEVERS GRIP TYPHOID AT STANFORD No Deaths and No New Cases TYPHOID FEVER PATIENTS ARE RAPIDLY IMPROVING Death From Typhoid at Stanford DEATHS LIST NOW LONGER AT STANFORD Typhoid at Stanford

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Number 152 Number 207 Number 153 Number 208 Number 208 Number 210 Number 210 Number 156 Number 211 Number 157 Number 212 Number 158 Number 213 Number 159 Number 214

1-May-1903 2-May-1903 2-May-1903 3-May-1903 3-May-1903 5-May-1903 5-May-1903 5-May-1903 6-May-1903 6-May-1903 7-May-1903 7-May-1903 8-May-1903 8-May-1903 9-May-1903

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11-May1903 11-May1903 12-May1903 12-May1903 19-May1903 20-May1903 2-Jun-1903 2-Jun-1903 3-Jun-1903 10-Jun-1903 18-Jun-1903 20-Jun-1903 28-Jun-1903 4-Jul-1903 5-Jul-1903 16-Jul-1903 18-Jul-1903 11-Aug-1903

THE DEADLY TYPHOID Foster E. Brackett DEATH AGAIN SOUNDS CALL AT STANFORD Another Victim of Typhoid FORMER STUDENT DIES OF TYPHOID IN SPOKANE TO BE TESTED IN COURT/VALIDITY OF ANTI-LIQUOR CLAUSE IN THE DEEDS TO PROPERTY QUESTIONED STUDENTS GUILD MAKES REPORT OF COLLECTIONS Another Victim of Typhoid PALO ALTO ELECTRIC FRANCHISE TENTH STUDENT DIES OF FEVER AT PALO ALTO POSTMASTERS SALARIES TYPHOID AT STANFORD Another Death Occurs From the Dread Epidemic HOPKINS ASKS THE COURT TO STOP SALE OF LIQUOR DEATHS OF THE DAY Mrs. Mary A. Maxwell PLAN BIG IMPROVEMENT AT PALO ALTO FEVER CLAIMS MORE STUDENTS BUILDING BOOM IN PALO ALTO. PURCHASES A HOME IN PALO ALTO. ACCEPT PLANS FOR LIBRARY BUILDING. GUARDING AGAINST TYPHOID Stanford Authorities Regulate the Students Boarding Houses SANITARY CONDITIONS MUST BE OBSERVED PALO ALTO TO HAVE AN ELECTRIC LINE CONTRACT LET FOR CARNEGIE LIBRARY NEW ELECTRIC LINES WILL COVER A COUNTY WILL TEST VOTING MACHINES PALO ALTO LIBRARY--CORNERSTONE IS LAID ELECTRIC ROADS FOR PALO ALTO OF INTEREST TO PEOPLE OF THE PACIFIC COAST LOS GATOS--THE GEM CITY. NEW BANK AT PALO ALTO. ELECTRIC RAILWAY FROM SAN JOSE TO

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Number 224 Number 171 Number 239 Number 239 Number 3 Number 246 Number 254 Number 20 Number 264 Number 34 Number 35 Number 46 Number 48 Number 72

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Number 316 Number 80 Number 83 Number 8 Number 145 Number 47 Number 171 Number 182 Number 10 Number 24 Number 42 Number 73

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Number 125 Number 127 Number 131 Number 131 Number 143 Number 17 Number 149 Number 161 Number 172

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Number 175 Number 181 Number 13 Number 99 Number 113 Number 117 Number 1

PALO ALTO REALTY SALES FOR MONTH REACH TOTAL OF $3611000 VOTING MACHINES WORK PERFECTLY AT ELECTION CEMETERY ASSOCIATION INCORPORATES. CORPORATION TO CONTROL SMOKING. ELECTRIC ROADS IN SANTA CLARA. SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE REPORT. ELECTRIC LINE WILL BE BUILT REAL ESTATE SALE A SUCCESS. MANY MORE POSTMASTERS HAVE SALARIES INCREASED PALO ALTOS BOARD OF TRADE GIVES MODEST ACCOUNT OF UNIVERSITY TOWN A CITY MILK SUPPLY SAN JOSE WILL HAVE NEW ROAD TO PALO ALTO NEW ROAD FOR PALO ALTO INTERURBAN ROAD WILL BUILD AN EXTENSION INCREASING INTEREST IN LIBRARY EXTENSION MAY SPEND SUBSTANCE ON WICKED MACHINES SAN JOSE ROAD SOLD SEVERAL EXTENSIONS TO ELECTRIC LINE ARE PLANNED NEW ELECTRIC ROAD PROJECT SANTA CLARA INTERURBAN FILES ITS INCORPORATION OPPOSE TAX ON SWEET WINES. SOUTHERN PACIFIC BEGINS INJUNCTION PROCEEDINGS HOW WEALTH OF STANFORD WAS AMASSED SLOT MACHINES UNDER THE BAN WILL IMPROVE MAIN STREETS TO SUPPLY GAS TO PALO ALTO BUYS LAND ON WHICH TO ERECT SCHOOLHOUSE NEW CHURCH IS DEDICATED IN TOWN OF MAYFIELD. TOWN TRUSTEE IS UNDER FIRE SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION. PLAN STREET IMPROVEMENTS COSTLY ERROR OF AN OFFICIAL SCHOOL BONDS ARE ALL SOLD BETTER LIGHTS FOR PALO ALTO

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Number 62 Number 2 Number 20 Number 35 Number 46 Number 93 Number 122 Number 122 Number 122 Number 123 Number 125 Number 129 Number 131 Number 136 Number 140 Number 142 Number 143

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22-Apr-1905 4-May-1905 6-May-1905 11-May1905 11-May1905 12-May1905 20-May1905 22-May1905 25-May1905 27-May1905 8-Jun-1905 11-Jun-1905 18-Jun-1905 28-Jun-1905 28-Jun-1905 6-Jul-1905 6-Jul-1905 9-Jul-1905 11-Jul-1905 28-Jul-1905 29-Jul-1905 5-Aug-1905 11-Aug-1905 11-Aug-1905 13-Aug-1905 16-Aug-1905 16-Aug-1905 16-Aug-1905 17-Aug-1905 23-Aug-1905 29-Aug-1905 2-Sep-1905 6-Sep-1905 8-Sep-1905 10-Sep-1905 11-Sep-1905

CITY FATHERS HEED PROTEST/CURFEW BELL TO RING RAILWAY DEAL FALLS THROUGH CHANGE STREET PAVING PLANS. MAY CONSTRUCT A WAGON ROAD ASK TO HAVE BRIDGE BUILT. PALO ALTO WILL SOON HAVE GAS FAIR STUDENTS COMPLETE THEIR COURSE OF STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS AT WAR DIPLOMAS AWARDED AT STANFORD. CALIFORNIA POSTMASTERS GIVEN HIGHER SALARIES ESTATE SELLS VALUABLE LAND BUILDING BOOM IN PALO ALTO REAL ESTATE DEALS OF WEEK PALO ALTO TO HAVE NEW HOME TELEPHONE. WARRANTS ISSUED FOR ARREST OF MEN UNKIND TO ANIMALS TROUBLE AHEAD FOR HOSPITAL PALO ALTO IS AROUSED. REPORT SHOWS TOWNS GROWTH BRIDGE TO SPAN CREEK AND CONNECT TWO COUNTIES WANT TO FORM A NEW COUNTY DO NOT RELISH "CHOP SUEY" CHINESE WANT LICENSES. NEW BUILDING TRACT OPENED IMPROVEMENTS BY TELEPHONE COMPANY. WILL ERECT A FOUNTAIN TOURIST HOTEL FOR PALO ALTO VERSES FROM THE RUBAYAIT OF OMAR SUNG IN PALO ALTO GROWTH OF PALO ALTO THE CHINESE BOYCOTT WILL IMPROVE COLLEGE TOWN WILL BUILD BRIDGE BY UNITED ACTION PALO ALTO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE TO HAVE MANY PUPILS SEES FUTURE OF PALO ALTO TAX RATE VERY LOW. BUSINESS SITES ATTRACT THE REALTY BUYERS WILL KEEP STREET CLEAR

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14-Sep-1905 23-Sep-1905 26-Sep-1905 27-Sep-1905 30-Sep-1905 2-Oct-1905 3-Oct-1905 4-Oct-1905 4-Oct-1905 7-Oct-1905 10-Oct-1905 11-Oct-1905 11-Oct-1905 12-Oct-1905 17-Oct-1905 19-Oct-1905 20-Oct-1905 20-Oct-1905 21-Oct-1905 23-Oct-1905 24-Oct-1905 27-Oct-1905 28-Oct-1905 1-Nov-1905 4-Nov-1905 4-Nov-1905 5-Nov-1905 10-Nov-1905 18-Nov-1905 18-Nov-1905 22-Nov-1905 3-Dec-1905 5-Dec-1905 5-Dec-1905 12-Dec-1905 16-Dec-1905 22-Dec-1905 3-Jan-1906

SUBSCRIPTIONS INCREASE ORIGIVAL FOUATAIN FUND CHINESE DEFEAT TOWN TRUSTEES CHINESE RESTAURANT CASE TO BE APPEALED TOURIST HOTEL SITE SELECTED PALO ALTO CITY ATTORNEY DEPOSED TWO COUNTIES WILL HOLD JOINT SESSION PALO ALTO CHINESE DEFY THE OFFICIALS CITIZENS PAY WELL TO CLOSE SALOONS WIRES PIECED UNDERGROUND. NEW MILITIA COMPANY. RAILWAY DEAL ON THE TAPIS WILL PROTECT WATER SUPPLY WILL BOND CITY OF PALO ALTO PAVING PALO ALTO STREETS. CITY ACCEPTS STREET. WILL DISCUSS IMPROVEMENTS TOWN TRUSTEES TO FIGHT BACK POSTAL BUSINESS INCREASES POWER CONCERN UNDER THE BAN WATER SUPPLY IS ENDANGERED BRIDGE PLANNED BY SUPERVISORS BIG BOULEVARD FOR PALO ALTO ELECTRIC ROAD PERMIT ASKED WATER SUPPLY CAUSES FIGHT. TRACK LAYING CAUSES ACTION PALO ALTO RESIDENTS ARE NOT SATISFIED MAY RIDE ON SIDEWALKS. COMMITTEES NOT YET NAMED IN-PALO ALTO WATER FIGHT WILL PUBLISH A DAILY NEWSPAPER IN PALO ALTO ATTORNEYS TO PROSECUTE REDWOOD ELECTRIC COMPACT NEW HOTEL FOR PALO ALTO. WILL EXTEND ELECTRIC LINE NEED NOT FEAR WATER FAMINE TWO CHINESE MAKE DUPES OF PALO ALTO MERCHANTS SALOON QUESTION BOTHERING MENLOITES RAILROAD COMPANY IS NOW INCORPORATED MANY ELECTRIC LINES PLANNED ASK TRUSTEES FOR FRANCHISE

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9-Mar-1906 26-Jul-1906 14-Nov-1906 18-Nov-1906 16-Mar-1907 10-Apr-1907 2-Jun-1907 19-Jun-1907 20-Jun-1907 23-Jun-1907 25-Jun-1907 2-Jul-1907 3-Jul-1907 21-Jul-1907 7-Aug-1907 24-Aug-1907 10-Sep-1907 28-Sep-1907 8-Oct-1907 8-Oct-1907 9-Oct-1907 22-Oct-1907 10-Nov-1907 15-Nov-1907 19-Nov-1907 24-Nov-1907 24-Nov-1907

UNABLE TO CHOOSE SITE FOR CITY HALL BOOMERS COMPLETE TASK. TWO TOWNS WILL CONSOLIDATE PALO ALTO SEEKS STATE CHARTER REAL ESTATE BUILDING NEWS PROPOSE COMPROMISE IN PALO ALTO SCHOOL ROW INTERURBAN CROSSES THE HARRIMAN TRACK PALO ALTO TRUSTEES FRAME NEW LIQUOR LAW PALO ALTO MAY JOIN SAN MATEO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. ARE AWARDED DIPLOMAS SAN MATEO SUPERVISOR WOULD ANNEX PALO ALTO TOWN OF PALO ALTO LIES IN TWO COUNTIES MAYOR OF PALO ALTO GOES AFTER DRUGGISTS PALO ALTO WILL MAKE MANY IMPROVEMENTS FAVOR-GREATER PALO ALTO VALUE OF PALO ALTO PROPERTY (Special by Leased Wire to The Call) RECONSTRUCTION OF WATER AND LIGHT PLANT FINISHED VEHICLE PARADE OPENS FESTIVAL IN PALO ALTO IMPROVING TELEPHONE SERVICE DRINKERS FROM STANFORD WORRY MENLO CITIZENS PLAN HOTEL FOR PALO ALTO ALMOST A SECRET SESSION LARGE LAND TRACTS NEAR PALO ALTO ARE SOLD TOWN TRUSTEES KEEP THEIR DOINGS QUIET PALO ALTO CITIZENS WANT INFORMATION FROM MAYOR WANT RIGHT OF WAY PALO ALTO TRUSTEES WOULD UNEARTH GRAFT

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30-Nov-1907 16-Dec-1907 20-Dec-1907 20-Dec-1907 24-Dec-1907 12-Jan-1908 17-Jan-1908 19-Jan-1908 21-Jan-1908 22-Jan-1908 27-Jan-1908 29-Jan-1908 2-Feb-1908 4-Feb-1908 7-Feb-1908 16-Feb-1908 19-Feb-1908 1-Mar-1908 1-Mar-1908 21-Mar-1908 5-Apr-1908 20-Apr-1908 19-May1908 20-May1908 30-May1908 31-May1908 30-Jun-1908

PALO ALTO AGITATED BY CHARTER QUESTION MENLO SALOONS FIGHT PALO ALTO EXPANSION DEFERS "GREATER PALO ALTO" DECISION SPOILS SCHEME FOR PALO ALTO PORT FIRM FAILS BECAUSE STUDENTS QUIT CANDY THREATS OF KICKING DO NOT STOP TROY STUDENT RIOTERS FIGHT MARSHAL SCORES STUDENTS AND PALO ALTO OFFICIALS FREE HOLDERS CHARTER URGED IN PALO ALTO CITIZEN DEMANDS CUT IN PALO ALTO EXPENSES PALO ALTANS PLAN FIGHT TO MAKE COUNCIL ACT CHARTER FAVORED AT FREE HOLDERS; MEET REPORTS BRIDGE IN SHAPE JORDAN FAILS TO PREVENT SALOON JOINS BATTLE OVER SALOONS OF MENLO SALOONS OF MENLO PARK STIR WRATHY WORD WAR MAYOR THREATENS TO FIGHT MARSHAL WORK ON CHARTER GARBAGE PROBLEM MAY BE SOLVED BY BURNER CASTS CLOUD ON TITLE OF LELAND CITY LOTS SCHOOL TRUSTEES ELECTED SALOONS MAY START UP IN MAYFIELD STANFORD GRANTS DEGREES TO 273 COUNCIL COMMITTEES CHOSEN PALO ALTO SOLONS DISMISS ATTORNEY STANFORD BARS ALL LIQUOR IN HOUSES POSTAL PROMOTIONS

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ACCUSED OFFICIALS HEARD IN REBUTTAL GRANTS LIQUOR LICENSES PALO ALTANS HAVE STORMY SESSION WILL CHOOSE FREEHOLDERS ACTION ON PALO ALTO GRAFT CHARGES DELAYED NOMINATE FIFTEEN FREE HOLDERS FOR ELECTION PLANS PREPARED FOR NEW PRIVATE HOSPITAL COUNCIL DELAYS ACTION ON EXPERTS REPORT SURVEYORS WORK ON ELECTRIC ROAD SEEKS ELECTRIC LINE FRANCHISE IN REDWOOD PROPOSED BOUNDARY OF GREATER CITY ARRANGED COLLEGE TOWN WILL BE GOVERNED BY COUNCIL PALO ALTO TO HAVE NEW MODERN HOSPITAL OFFICIALS FOR ALTO ALTO TEST GIVEN McCARTY WIRELESS TELEPHONE PALO ALTO FREEHOLDERS MEET HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT PLANED CO-OPERATE FOR HIGH SCHOOL MEMBERS OF COUNCIL REDUCED TO FIFTEEN EDUCATORS POSTPONE ACTION WANT MAYFIELD SCHOOL RIGHT OF POLLS DENIED A DANGEROUS TRUST ANTI-JAPANESE CRUSADE SPREADS TO PALO ALTO PEOPLE WILL VOTE ON GRANTING FRANCHISES CITYS CHARTER DRAFTED PLANNING TO TIGHTEN LID AT PALO ALTO

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PALO ALTO STRIKES AT LIQUOR TRAFFIC PALO ALTO COMPLETES WORK ON NEW CHARTER FIGHT OVER STREET REOPENED CASTRO STATION MOUND YIELDS INDIAN RELICS TAX PAYMENTS ARE PROMPT PENINSULA HOSPITAL SITE LONG FIGHT IS OVER MAYFIELD PERPLEXED WITH ROAD PROBLEM VOTE ON SCHOOL QUESTION HALF MILLION IN NEW BUILDINGS BAN LIQUOR NEAR COLLEGE INTRODUCE BILLS TO AID MORALS OF THE PUBLIC WASHINGTON CITY RAISES BIG SUM FOR AUDITORIUM PALO ALTO FACES GARBAGE PROBLEM AID LIQUOR ZONE LAW SAYS JORDAN CALL BOND ELECTION TO SOLVE PROBLEM HOTEL KEEPER SEEKS RELEASE ON APPEAL SUFFRAGETTES TO WAGE WAR ON POLITICIANS PALO ALTO AMATEURS BUILD WIRELESS PLANT COMMITTEE OF FIFTY TO CONSIDER ELECTION LIQUORMENS HEGIRA AROUSES FAIR OAKS PALO ALTO TO HAVE A MUNICIPAL PLANT TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES/SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION NEWSPAPER EDITOR SUES TRUSTEES OF PALO ALTO PALO ALTOS POSTAL PRIMARY PROVES SUCCESS SUES PALO ALTO TOWN FOR EXPERTING BOOKS FIRST WOMAN ELECTED TO OFFICE IN PALO ALTO

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Number 145 Number 152 Number 157 Number 176 Number 34 Number 59 Number 72 Number 73 Number 106 Number 121 Number 129 Number 130 Number 134 Number 149 Number 156 Number 38 Number 53 Number 65 Number 84 Number 98 Number 165 Number 173 Number 179 Number 2 Number 4 Number 11 Number 87

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PALO ALTO DESIRES COMPANY OF C. N. G RUSHING WORK ON PENINSULA HOSPITAL CITY COUNCIL FIXES PALO ALTO GAS RATE LIGHT VOTE IS CAST AT THE BOND ELECTION WANT A FERRY BETWEEN NILES AND PALO ALTO PALO ALTO CONSIDERS UNUSUAL LAW FOR DOGS BILLIARD HALLS WIN VICTORY IN PALO ALTO ELECTRIC LINE MAY RUN PALO ALTO TO SAN JOSE MUST PAY THE BILL. DUE FOR CITY PRINTING STANFORD LIQUOR LAW CLOSES MAYFIELD HOTEL PALO ALTANS TORN BY WAR ON DOG QUESTION STREETCAR SERVICE TO CAMPUS BEGINS MONDAY CAR SERVICE BEGINS TO STANFORD CAMPUS GAMBLERS MOVE TO DEFEAT ORDINANCE BOOST PALO ALTO, IS SLOGAN OF COMMITTEE MASKED HIGHWAYMAN HOLDS UP STREETCAR PALO ALTO CHIEF OF POLICE IS DISMISSED PORT PALO ALTO TRACT CONVEYED FIRST CAR MAKES TRIP OVER PALO ALTO LINE PALO ALTO ORGANIZES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE STANFORD CITY ON LINE OF RAILWAY RAVENSWOOD CAR LINE TO BE OPENED SUNDAY SPECIAL EXCURSION TO STANFORD CITY LAW PUTS BAN UPON STUDENTS BEER AND SONG RAILWAY WILL RUN TRAINS INTO CITY PLANS COMPLETED FOR PENINSULA EXTENSION NONRESIDENTS TAXED IN PALO ALTO SCHOOLS

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Number 93 Number 106 Number 130 Number 42 Number 132 Number 167 Number 134 Number 143 Number 150 Number 157 Number 38 Number 44 Number 58 Number 125 Number 128 Number 131 Number 132 Number 142 Number 149 Number 149 Number 159 Number 163 Number 173 Number 173 Number 181 Number 2 Number 15

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DUMBARTON CUTOFF MAKES NEWARK PALO ALTOS COUNCIL ADOPTS PHONE RATES PENINSULA IS NOW MOST BEAUTIFUL GAS COMPANY MUST LIVE UP TO RULES FIVE INSTEAD OF THREE BOND ISSUES CARRIED PALO ALTO RE-ELECTS MAYOR C. B. WING WOMAN SUFFRAGE CARRIES BY ABOUT 4,000 NEW FACTORY TOWN ON THE PENINSULA NEW SUBDIVISION AT PALO ALTO PENINSULA TRACT PROVES POPULAR PUBLIC UTILITIES PENINSULAS GROWTH OF VITAL IMPORTANCE TO SAN FRANCISCO LOCAL FIRM BUYS PENINSULA SUBDIVISION WOMEN VOTERS EXCEED MEN AT PALO ALTO CITY BEAUTIFUL WAVE INUNDATED PALO ALTO FIGHT FOR LOW RATES BEGUN BY PALO ALTO PENINSULA PASSENGER RATES NEED REVISION PENINSULA TOWN BIDS FOR FACTORIES DRYS SWEEP FIFTH DISTRICT IN ELECTION LARGE ESTATE SOLD NEAR PALO ALTO COAST UNITED BY WIRELESS SYSTEM SUNNYVALE TO HAVE ELECTRICS BOND ELECTION IS HELD IN PALO ALTO CLASS OF 1912 IS LAUNCHED AT STANFORD PALO ALTO COUNCIL REDUCES WATER RATE NEW OIL PLANT FOR PALO ALTO UTILITIES ACT ATTACKED BY TELEPHONE CO.

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MAYOR OF PALO ALTO IS RE-ELECTED CITY ASSESSMENTS SHOW AN INCREASE NEW RAILWAY COMPANY TO USE MOTOR CARS LICENSES ISSUED TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS STATE HIGHWAY ROUTES FIXED BY COMMISSION PALO ALTO INSURANCE RATES ARE REDUCED PALO ALTO GAS & ELECTRIC APPEALS TO COMMISSION PENINSULA RATES TO BE DISCUSSED MENLO PARK AND PALO ALTO IN TIFF LOWER RATES A CERTAINTY FOR THE PENINSULA PALO ALTO RATES CAUSE COURT ACTION WIRELESS WONDERS WORKED IN SAN FRANCISCO PROPOSED ROAD CAUSES DEBATE ELECTRIC SYSTEM WILL BE DE LUXE S. P. CUTS RATES DOWN PENINSULA NEW RATES ROUSE INTEREST IN LAND ONE DAY OFF FOR ALL POWER PLANT WORKERS RAPID WIRELESS NEAR PALO ALTO GAS RATE TO BE LOWERED TOBACCONISTS UP IN ARMS PENINSULA TO BE LINKED TO CITY BY GREAT THOROUGHFARE PENINSULA PROPERTY TO BE WELL IMPROVED RAILROAD COMMISSION NOTES PALO ALTO IS URGED TO OUST PACIFIC GAS FIRM RESIGNS HOSPITAL POST PALO ALTO POUNDMASTER PLACED UNDER ARREST ADMINISTRATION WINS PALO ALTO ELECTION

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DIPLOMAS AND DEGREES FOR THE GRADUATES UNLISTED BONDS HAD CALL IN MAY RICHMOND OFFICIALS TO STUDY PALO ALTO PALO ALTO OFFERS FIVE ACRE HOMES COMMISSION IS GAS CONSUMERS PALO ALTO DEPARTMENT ELECTS NEW OFFICERS COMPROMISE FIXES TO END MAYFIELD ROAD ROW PALO ALTO BARS SEERS MANY DELINQUENTS FOUND IN PALO ALTO ORGANIZE PUBLIC UTILITIES. CITIES MUST FORM MUNICIPAL UTILITY ASSOCIATION. COMBINED PLANTS SUCCESSFUL PALO ALTO OPERATES WATER AND ELECTRIC PLANTS BY EDWARD P. E. TROY MAYFIELD-LOS GATOS BRANCH SERVICE TO END THE WORK OF THE CALIFORNIA RAILROAD COMMISSION SUMMARY OF THE ADMINISTRATIONS ACCOMPLISHMENTS SHOWING HOW THE GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE HAS BEEN BROUGHT BACK TO THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE [ARTICLE] BARRACKS ORDERED FOR CAMP FREMONT CALIFORNIA INDUSTRIES ARE PROSPERING PALO ALTOS PLAN FOR HOME SHORTAGE ERADICATION OF RED CULT HAYS ATTEMPT TO BURN DOWN FAMED TREE STANFORD STADIUM TO COST $750,000 HOW THE WATER AND POWER ACT WILL HELP.

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29-Nov-1913

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