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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 27, 1904, Woodland, California                                WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1869 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA THURSDAY EVENING OCTOBER 27 1804 DAILYi ESTABLISHED 1877 A NOBLE CALLING Able Deliverance on Agriculture by Judge Shields Talk Before State Farmers Institute That Is at Once Elevating and Intensely Practical olal strength It will engender tor the culture It will promote Let us pro ceed Immediately to establish our In dustrial life upon a baais of everlast ing agriculture to establish onu so cial structure upon the enduring foun ation of a wholesome rural 1te to ound our educational system upon he theory that the times are waiting or men who shall serve and not merely inquire strive and not merely nvestlgate give to their ago and tliolr clnd not so much learning in bulk as wisdom in action great doing Is the only true fruitage of great thinking he consecration to the uplifting of ones fellow men of ones best rather han the conserving by mere culture of ones self Judge ieter J Shields of Sacramen to county on Wednesday delivered an address on Material Social and Edu cational Value of Instruction in Ag riculture before the farmers insti tute now in session in Berkeley The portion ot his address which mos concerns Yolo county was as follows After calling attention to the failure of the legislature to give us an agri cultural college Judge Shields said For years agricultural colleges in other states have been receiving hun jSreAa of thousands of dollars whili agricultural college has receivec nothing but neglect During the las three years while our agricultural co lege has received nothing the low college received about 375000 Kan BRIEF CITY NEWS FIRST LEAGUE GAME Events ot Interest in Woodland and Suburbs subject could be more pleasing than this Switzerland of America tills won der 5f wonders for there Is but one Yosemlto valley in all the world Eight oclock at the Congregational cliurch First street Admission 2G cents Items of More or less Importance Picked Up Here and There on the Wing High School Football Teams to Meet Here Saturday PURELY PERSONAL NOT AN IMPERIALIST Comings and Goings of Well Known People Washington Montana Nebraska 1120000 and Pennsylvania Many oth er states received greater sums These appropriations are not re garded in those states as expensive will be but rather as splendid investments officials and 1 am sure that the census returns showing the vast wealth produced in those states by their agricultural pop ulation proves this theory to be cor rect The good work which has been done by the dean and faculty of our college has been In tho face of discouraging neglect and at the price of sacrifices which they never should have been called upon to suffer I will not here attempt to place re sponsibility for these conditions It Is sufficient to know that the cause of agricultural education In California has reached a crisis and that the position is general to do something to place It on a new footing To em phasize that feeling and in the hope that it may contribute something to the Influences working for prompt ac tion I will call attention to feome of the tangible benefits we may expect from a more progressive policy When we compare the total value of all our farm products 131000000 with the crop of little Iowa we ask How can we equal it It might Indi cate some certain directions In which It can be excelled Judge Shields then pointed out the great deterioration of our wheat crop and showed that If It was Improved to the grade of wheat grown In other 8tates its value would be increased By amoderate Increase in quantity Its value could be Increased by an additional By the ex ercise of better Intelligence our prune crop could bo increased in value by By care in managing our poultry and intelligence in breeding them our increase from Uiat source should be It our cows were of the average quality of those of Hol land our butter crop would yearly be increased in value by over But why particularize further These matters are only details of a vast agricultural system to which the touch of better training will impart a wholly incalculable Improvement No words can Indicate what reclaimed what irrigated what fertilized Call Fornia can produce when the power of science has been Imparted to her peo The Chico and Woodland high school teams will line up Saturday for the first S V I A L game of the season to be played in this city The struggle will occur at Bast Park commencing at oclock The gridiron has been put In good condition It will be enclosed with wire in order to keep the spectators from interfering with the players This will be greatly appreciated not only by the players but by thespec tators who will have a good opportu nity viewing the game Another very commendable feature the Introduction of outside This should insure fair and impartial rulings and thus leave either side without any excuse to offer on account of the referees or umpire Either Stearns fullback of the U C varsity team or Golcher captain of the U C freshman team will officiate for Woodland and Con A Davis for Chico Gregg will act as timekeeper and Charles Clowe as linesman for Woodland while C P Taylor and one of the substitutes will act in a similar capacity for Chico The visitors are expected to arrive on the early morn tog train Saturday In the evening they will be tendered a reception at the Julian hotel by the high school pupils The lineup of the teams is given as follows Chico Pos Woodland BrucecHollingsworth Collinsr e 1 Porter g r Knos Boilerr 11 Brown This evening at 8 oclock R6V CC Smoot will give his Illustrated lecture on Yosemlte Valley and the Marlposa Big Trees Something concerning the merits of Boss Baking Powder In T S Spaul dings new ad in this Issue Read It you will be interested Manager Ware has Installed a pri vate telephone booth in the office ot the Byrns hotel that will he of great convenience to the guests Miss Susie Johnson has accepted a position in tlre tea store She Is a popular young lady and the firm made a wise move in securing her services Constable Halnline brought James Sullivan up from Davlsvllle this morning sentenced to serve 10 days in the county jail for being drunk and disorderly The men or boys who make a prac tice of pulling down or destroying election cards at night when they im agine they can escape detection are likely to get into serious trouble The carrier on rural mail route No 1 complains that several mail boxes on that route have been smashed The offender evidently does not know that the government Is a hard prosecutor Frank Konitzer arrested on com plaint of Mrs Caroline Griner and Associate Justice of tho Supreme Court David J Brewer Is a Republi can but It is very evident that be takes no stock In tho Republican pol icy of Imperialism He attended the late session of the international con gress of lawyers and in tho course of an address said You can see 20 acres of Philip pine life at the Worlds Fair but you cannot see a square rod of the consti tution Justice Brewer had to stop five min utes and wait for the cheering to sub side There was moro prolonged cheering when he added Perhaps it Is because it has been judicially declared that there IS no connection between the two He had been speaking about the Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Hear the City of Woodland Mlsa V Butler pf San Francisco is the guest of Mr and Mrs J 3 Steph ens Mlsa Butler Is a granddaughter to Mr Stephens Mr Jerry Hagan wlfo and family arrived from Santa Rosa Wednesday evening and aro the guests of Mr and Mrs J M Keoloy Mrs Keeley and Mrs Hagan aro sisters COURTHOUSE JOTS GEARY COMING The Latest Gleanings From the Public Square greatness of the work of the lawyer which was potent though it could not be seen Leading up to the Philippines and the constitution he said The purchase which this great ex position commemorates was not the result of conquest and came not at the end of war Not a gun was fired or a life lost A lawyer not a soldier made the transfer The glory of that transfer is one of the laurels of our profession The applause which followed this vas almost as prolonged as that fol owlng his remark about tho Philip pines and tho constitution Hostler11 r Ludden McNespyr e 1 Fiske Guynn1 e r Gregg McDonald Pricerhl Johns More1 h rWliitehead charged with battery appeared in Jus tice Liimptons court Wednesday af ternoon and entered a plea of not guilty His examination was set for Monday November 7th At a regular meeting the Her mann Sons held Wednesday evening they decided to Join with Evergreen lodge theladles branch ot the order in glvlnga grand masquerade ball on December 6th The ball will be held n new armory hall and will no douhl je a big event The weather promises to be very favorable for theband dance this ev eningThis will be the best openair dance this season and doubtless a large crowd will be ita attendance Munjarfull Gray SINGING BEAUTIES THERE Fritz Snitz Have the UptoDate Irresistible Kind I Rosenberg went to Chico today A J Hubbard went to Sacramento this mornnlg Byrou Ball returned from Palo Alto Wednesday evening Harmon Edmunds went to Sacra mento this morning 4 Mrs H J Merrltt went to Snnta Tlosa this morning J W Chiles came over from Sacra mento this morning J M Bland went to Knlghls Land Ing on the noon train S Dottaford returned from Santa Rosa Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Richard Boyle went to San Francisco this morning George Walker returned from Sac ramento on tho noon train Postmaster W T Knox returned to Knlghls Landing Wednesday evening W T Crltser Blmor Clinton C R Coleman and S H QrlBslm were ar rivals Wednesday evening Mrs Minnie Burnett and daughter of Independence Oregon are the gnesls of C A Brown and family Whitman and wife went to Winters this morning for a visit of a Mrs Whitmans par Hon Jos Craig chairman of tho Democratic county central committee telephones its that Hon Thomas Geary will closo the campaign In Yolo county On Friday evening November 4th bo will speak In Winters Saturday evening November 0 W Bnsh Administrator of the Estate of Richard Hext Files Final Account 5th bo will speak In Woodland It la probable that a day meeting will also bo arranged On the evening of tho 4th a special train will run from Rumsey to Winters slopping nt all Intermediate stations Mr Geary has but few peers as a public speaker Tho Dem ocracy of Yolo county will give him a rousing reception GKO B FRANZ SOLO VIOLINIST And teacher will receive pupils at his studio 601 K St Sacramento For terms etc mento Gal address Box 137 Sacra n2d COSTUMES FOR DOMINO BALL on November 3d can be had at H Hachmanns Main street opposite Byrns hotel A LOVE LETTER Would not Interest you If you re n3d Scald head Is an eczema of tho scalp severe sometimes but it can be cured Doans Ointment quick and permanent In Its results At any drug store 60 cents pie Judge Shields stated that there was a greater danger to a nation than the loss of her wealth and that was the loss of her manhood He then pointed out the value of a strong rural popu lation and the extent to which a state inust rely upon It for her stability and the permanency of her progress Illustrated the dangerous rate He at which our population was crowding Into the cities and stated that our educational policies should be so formed as to counteract this tendency Judge Shields said that it had been urged that instruction in agriculture was not education and tended to im pair educational Ideals He showed first hew it would draw from a new source not now touched by education al effort Again an agricultural insti The announcement which will no doubt prove a most welcome one to the patrons of the opera house is to the effect that Mason and Mason in their new musical comedy success Fritz Snitz under the direction of Messrs Broadhurst Currle will be seen here on the evening ot Tues day November 1st The production is entirely new brightened and polished for this sea sons campaign and will no doubt prove the piece de resistance in the line of musical comedy offerings this season and there Is every cause for the assertion that it will not relin quish its grasp on that distinction In fact the farce really seems to grow In favor as one sees it The perform ance will bo found to equal if not ex el even those musical comedies now n the road leaving little no room Or Improvement One of the fea ures of the show which will stand ut prominently will be the chorus of 0 singing beauties These indispen able adjuncts to the successful mod rn twentieth century musical comedy lave been supplied with costumes which are described as being revela in plastlque oxtvavaganza continuous exhibitions fro These dances were exceedingly popu lar throughout the summer and danc ers will anxiously look forward to next summer when the dances will be resumed Mr and Mrs John Monroe propri etors of the Edison Electric Theater Co opened Wednesday evening with their moving picture show In the storeroom recently vacated by George Hodge A largo crowd was present and enjoyed the entertainment thor oughly In addition to the moving pictures they are featuring Psyche They give rom 7 to 10 p m and a matinee every afternoon from 2 to 4 oclock The BIMonthly Club held its first leeting at the residence of W A Por r Walnut street Wednesday even g Mrs Porter and Mrs H B Coll ere the hostesses The parlors ot e Porter home were nicely decorated the occasion The game was Five Hundred and the high scores ere made by Mrs W W Brownell nd W F Mlxon 1300 and 1450 re pectively There were enough play rs to occupy seven tables The re reshments were delicious Tonight is our last opportunity for A new and uptodate line of crock ery lamps and glassware at John stons olfltf few days with ents C J G Lee of Troy New York who has been visiting Mr and Mrs T H Ryder wont to San Francisco this morning I 11 I III11 I III H I TESTIMONY OF A MINISTER Rev John S Cox of Wake Ark writes For 12 years I suffered from yellow jaundice I consulted a number of physicians and tried nl Isorts of medicines but got no relief Then I began to UBO Electric Bitters and feel lhat I am now cured a disease that had me In Its grasp for 12 years If you want a reliable medicine for liver and Idndney troubles stomach disor der or general debility get Electric Bitters Its guaranteed by W H Lawson druggist Only 60c looking for a guaranteed salve for sores burns or piles Otto Dodd of Ponder Mo writes I suffered with an ugly soro for a year but ubox of Bucklcns Arnica Salvo cured me Its the best salve on earlh 25c at W H Lawsona drug store Emraarlne Wood has flled for rec ord a homestead on 316 acres in sec tion 24 township 11 north range 3 west Frederick Bcrthokle has filed for record a United States patent to the northeast VI of northwest of section 25 township 12 north range 3 west 4 acres Tho doubt about the purpose of call ng the board of supervisors together in special session has been removed F C Jordan telephoned from Fresno to County Clerk Hadsall that his pur pose in asking for a meeting of the board is that custodians may be ap pointed to take charge of the voting machines In each precinct when they arrive and Instruct the voters how to use them C W Bush administrator of the estate of Richard Hext deceased has flled thcj final account and report and petition for distribution The re capitulation shows real estate on hand J5392040 bank stock of Bank of Woodland wheat ther personal property exclusive of ash 50S50 cash remaining on hand as per cash account 11959320 mak ug a total of to be dls rlbutcd to the heirs The heirs are Mrs Mary HIne a sister of deceased at Menesha Wisconsin Stephen Hext a brother of deceased residing at Pcwaukee Wisconsin and Mra Susan Strickles a nietfeof leceased residing at Genesee Village Wisconsin do Into Leitholds pharmacy ana ex mluo those dollar fountain pens auSOtt A good fountain pen Loltholds for JlOO at auSQtt Canada white rye at the Manhattan MUSIC LESSONS Mrs Madge Porter teacher ot piano Persons desirous of joining her classes will call at her residence 383 Oak street o25tf Johnstons Special Blend ll3 for JlOO None better Coffee 3 olOtt New crop citron lemon and orange peel at Johnstons olOtf JVL Leader fountain fen 1 gMar anteexJ Lelttiolda pharmacy auSOU Go to Leitholds pharmacy for East mans photo supplies au30U tution would increase wealth and thus enlarge opportunities for educational effort Stanford had not hurt Berke ley it had created an enthusiasm for learning and through it In 13 years while It had attained an enrollment oi 1700 Berkeley had more than doubled her attendance this year having more than 3000 students In conclusion Judge Shields said Let us have a new college of agrl culture broader In Its purposes anc supported And let us have 1 now lest our delay engender perma ncnt disadvantage Let us have It fo tho wealth It produce for the so 11 11 n n M Ions of the modistes art in itself he new musical numbers and the list of entertaining melodies will tickle he ear several of which aro confi dently predicted will become popular hits The entire show is up to date and is well worth seeing by the ad mirers of clever musical comedies BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE S Le Qnlhn of Cavendish Vt was robbed of his customary health by In vision ot chronic constipation W Dr Kings New Life Pills broke lot his house his trouble was arrested an now hes entirely cured Theyre guar antccd to cure Stic at W H Lawson drug store 500 Cords ot mountain oak wood tor Enquire of BROWN BB06 hearing Mr C C Smoot lecture His subject Is Yosemlte Valley and the Marlposa Big Trees He has 125 flne stereopticori views Added to this he has a pleasing personality and an elo SllCCCSSOrS to M Michael quence and earnestness that makes listening a delight Those who do not hear him will lose a rare treat No NEW RULE Commencing Monday Sept 12th the Capay etago will make dally trips arriving in Woodland at 10 a m am departing at p m On and after August 1st all packages to be delivered by Capay stage must b left at tho City stables before 2 p m No packages will be received after th itage leaves the fitables L A EDDY Prop For a good ahuve haircut or sham poo go to Dlnzlers barber U C ASTORIA Bean the signature of ChasnFletche In UM for more than thirty years The kind you have always bought Newpack seeded raisins and cu olOtf Our Counters are ablaze With the Latest Novelties in Mens TAILORMADE GARMENTS Designed by the Master Tailors Stein Bloch Co One Day Only I Saturday Oct TWO SPECIALS 200 Yards Black Silk Taffeta 21 Inches wide wear guaranteed that is we replace every yard that cracks or breaks Our 90cent value for 69 cents Now on sale at Rosenberg Co 2b4 Our complete line of Colored Silk Taffeta 75cent Values for 69 cents We Originate DENIES T AIE OP INFECTED GAME Concerning an articlethat has been olng the rounds of the press about vlld ducks feeding on animals that led of anthrax Editor Sherwood of he Marysvilte Democrat says The foregoing has been copied by everal newspapers In this vicinity and we have wondered why such tatement should be given publicity t is not true that broad bill edible wild ducks go to the carcass ol dead cattle to secure a meal or do hey congregate at places where the carcass of cattle He upon the plain or n the tule belt We have conferred with an old resident of West Butte relative to the foregoing story and we have received ducks and geese from that locality and have eaten them The story Is not truthful yet it IB harmful We asked the opinion of Dr J II Banand he said the story la absurd on Its face If It were true that cattle have died there of anthrax and tho authorities did not burn or bury them they aro liable to criminal pros ecution GRABD ORCHESTRAL CONCERT THE TRADE PALACE Saturday Evening Oct 29 from to Under the direction of P Schwert EVE1RVE30DV WEILCOME SOME OF OUR DEPARTMENTS ranta at Johnstons H B Thats the Man PEERLESS Oregon Epples Johnstons proprietor Firstclass Winen Liquors and Clgare Next to T olOtf Spauldlngs Others Imitate SEE WINDOWS L1CBS and EMBROIDERIES HilDSOIB TR1MIWG5 and BUTTOHS WAISTS DRESS SKIRTS and UHDERIBMl SOFA PILLOWS Ud B 4 i SILKS MENS and BOYS FURHISH1HGS UBDERIBAR and MACKINTOSHES CLOTHING SHIRTS and HWS BL1HKETS and IARIS Trade PalaceJormirlv Our Redwood and Cedar Shingles Sugar Pine and Redwood Shakes West Valley Lumber Co The Yard Nearest the Depot F W Blanehard Manager YartaidOice 881 i u   

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