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   Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - October 27, 1904, Woodland, California                                 WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1859  A NOBLE CALLING.  Able Deliverance on Agriculture by Judge Shields.  elal strength it will engender; for the culture it will promote. Let us proceed immediately to establish our industrial life upon a basis of everlasting agriculture; to establish our social structure upon the enduring foundation of a wholesome rural life; to found our educational system upon the theory that “the times are waiting for men who shall servo and not merely inquire, strive arni not meiel> investigate, give to their age and their kind not so much learning in bulk as wisdom in action; great doing is the only true fruitage of great thinking; the consecration to the uplifting of  WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1904.  PURELY PERSONAL  DAILY ESTABLISHED 1877.  BRIEF CITY NEWS.  Events ot Interest In Woodland and Suburbs.  subject could be more pleasing than this Switzerland of America, this wonder df wonders, for there is but one Yosemite valley in all tho world. Eight o’clock, at the Congregational church, First street. Admission 25 cents.  Talk Before State Farmers’ Institute j one . B  fellow men of one’s best, rather  than the conserving by mere culture  That Is at Once Elevating and Intensely Practical.  I of one’s self.”  Items of More or Less Importance Picked Up Here and There on the Wing.  FIRST LEAGUE GAME.  Judge Peter J. Shields of Sacramento county on Wednesday delivered an address on “Material, Social and Educational Value of Instruction in Agriculture” before the farmers’ innti-  This evening at 8 o’clock Rev. CVC  High School Football Teams to Meet 1 3moot  give his Illustrated lecture  ‘Yosemite Valley and the Mariposa  Here Saturday.  title now in session in Berkeley. The The Chico and Woodland    I    ahTa’sTew    "ad." in" this issue. Reedit  portion of his address which  nio8 M 8c hool teams will line up Saturday Tori    interested,  concerns Yolo county was as follows.    ^    ^    j    ^    game    of    thel y   After calling attention to the failure!     „itv    Manager    Ware    has    Installed    a    prl  on  Big Trees.  , Something concerning the merit* of high Boss Baking Powder in T. S. Spam  season to be played In this city.  The struggle will occur at East Park For years agricultural college® in | commencing at 2:30 o’clock.  The gridiron has been put in good  of the legislature to give us an agri cultural college, Judge Shields said:  other state® have been receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars, billie i     f  ...    ,    with  our agricultural college has received condition. It will Ik em IosmI  nothing but neglect. During the last wire in order to keep the spectators  three years, while our agricultural col-1 j rom  interfering with the players.  !S^“r,H r :';v.ll1 1 bSS{ b *S75,«w e  K°”|Thl. will be greatly appreciated no,  vate telephone booth in the office of the Byrns hotel that will he of great convenience to the gueets .  Miss Susie Johnson has accepted position in the tea store. She is popular young lady made a wise move services.  NOT AN IMPERIALIST.  sa® $320,000.  Washington $120,000, only by the players, but by the spec-  Constable Hatnllne brought James  Associate Justice of tho Supreme Court David J. Brewer is a Republican, but it is very evident that he takes no stock in the Republican policy of Imperialism. He attended the late session of the International congress of lawyers and in the course of an address said:  You can see 20 acres of Philippine life at the World s Fair, but you cannot see a square rod of the consti tution.”  Justice Brewer had to stop five min Ute® and wait for the cheering to sub side.  There was more prolonged cheering when he added:  “Perhaps It la because It has been judicially declared that there is no connection between the two.”  He had been speaking about the i    I    greatness of the work of the lawyer.  Injuring her | which WM potent, though It could out be seen.  Leading up to the Philippines and  Comings and Goings of Well Known People.  Miss V. Butler of San Francisco la the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stephens. Miss Butler Is a granddaughter to Mr. Stephens.  Mr. Jerry Hagan, wife and family arrived from Santa Rosa Wednesday evening and are the gueets of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keeley. Mrs. Keeley and Mrs. Hagan are sisters.  Social Gossip of Interest to Those Who Dwell in or Hear the City of Woodland.  I. Rosenberg went to Chico today.  A. J. Hubbard went to Sacramento  COURTHOUSE JOTS  Hie Latest Gleanings From the Public Square.  GEARY C0MIN6.  ♦  <•  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  Sullivan up  from Haysville this the constitution, he said:  Montana $215,00, Nebraska $100,000 tators, who will have a good opportu- I fronting, sentenced to serve IO days In I “The purchase which this great ex  am! Pennsylvania $250,000. Many oth er states received greater sums.  These appropriations are not regarded in those states as expensive,  nlty of viewing the game  Another very commendable feature J disorderly  the county jail for being drunk and    commemorates    was    not    the  will  be the introduction of outside J The men or boys who make a prac-  result of conquest and came not at the end of war. Not a gun was tired  but rather as splendid investments, | officials. This should insure fair and I th e of    downI when Thev^m* I or a life lost A lawyer, not a soldier.   1     *    rulings ami thus leave election cards at night Th „ * k ,ry of that  and I am sure that the census returns  ln ,j iar tial rulings ami mug wye .ct-are I made the transfer. The glory showing the vast wealth produced in  elther 8 , de without any excuse Ic.offer agin© they^can.escape Rectum are made tho lr ......  KTXaST    I    r:< r eount    rf*?    JXr^s    or    »    IS*    to    got    into    serious    trouble.     tnulgfer     , 8     one    of    the    laurels    of    our  ulntion prove* this theory to be cor- J Either Stearns, fullback of the U. CV  Thc rarr ier on rural mall route No. profession.  reel.  varsity team, or Golcher, captain of ^  COB| pj a j n8  that several mall boxes The applause which followed  this  The good work which has been done the U. C. freshman team, will officiate !  n |ha| rQute have     smashed.    The    almost    as    prolonged    as    that    fol  lies morn nig.  Byron Ball returned from Palo Alto Wednesday evening.  Harmon Edmunds went to Sacramento this morning.  Mrs. H. J. Merritt went to Santa Rosa this morning.  J. W. Chiles came over from Sacramento this morning.  J. M. Bland went to Knights Landing on the noon train.  S. Bottsford returned* from Santa Rosa Wednesday evening.  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boyle went to Ban Francisco this morning.  George Walker returned from Sacramento on th© noon train.  Postmaster W. T. Knox returned to Knights landing Wednesday evening.  W T, Crltser, Elmer Clanton, C. R. Coleman and S. H. Grmslm were arrivals Wednesday evening.  Mrs. Minnie Burnett and daughter. of independence. Oregon, are the guests of C. A. Brown and family.  by the dean aud faculty of our collie I f or  Woodland and Cml. A. Davis f^ or  J offender evidently does not know that  has been In the face of discouraging neglect and at the price of sacrifices  Chico.    .    ,__  Beryl Gregg will act as timekeeper  which they never should have been and Charles Clow© as linesman for  tile government is Frank Konltxer.  a hard prosecutor, arrested on corn-  lowing his remark about the Philippines and the constitution,  ca I Uh) upon to suffer.  I will no1 sponsibiMty  Woodland, while C. P. Taylor and one I plaint of Mrs. Caroline Griper and act in a similar charged with battery, appeared in Jus-  GBO. B. FRANZ, SOLO VIOLINIST  I will not here attempt to place re- of the substitutes will act in a similar charged wan nan* ry.    *  on si blMty for thew-conditions. It Is rapacity for Chico. The visitors are the I Amp ton * court Wednesday af-  And  tsgcher, will receive pupils at bi* on si rn my loc u.**r u    ^,<aput.iy    .    ----- I. --------  Hn(1     entered a plea of not I  tU(lio 5ul% K 8t  Sacramento. For  His examination was set *<> r  |    etc.,    address Box 137, Sacra  men to, Cal.    nl2d  tor noon  sufficient to    know that    the cause of expected to arrive on    the    early morn  agricultural    eduction    in California U** train Saturday.    In    the evening    guilty.  bus reac hed    a crisis and    that the dUe I they will be tendered a    reception at    | Monday. November ctn.  position is    general to    do something J me Julian hotel by    the    high sc hool  pupils  to place It on a new footing. To emphasize that feeling aud iu the hope that It may contribute something to j follows: the influences working for prompt ac- Chico. turn I will c all attention to some of the Bruce..  At a regular meeting of the Hermann Sons held Wednesday evening  _    ^  __  COSTUMES    FOR DOMINO BALL  The line-up of the teams is given «* |  thty  glided"to Join with Evergreen I  on  November 3d can be had at ll  lodge, the ladies’ branch of the order, I naehmanu'a,  tangible benefits we may expect from collins..........r.    g.    I......... Porter    L     n<<w    armory    ha U    and    will    no    doubt  a more progressive policy. When w  compare toe I farm products, .  $365,000,000 crop of little Iowa we ask, I McNeepy... How c an we equal it? It might Indi- jouynn... cate some certain direc tions in which | Campbell It can lie excelled.”  Price......  Judge Shields then pointed out the More.  WWWW.    —    —-    —    --- —    -  and showed that lf it was Improved to the grade of wheat grown in other state* its value would lie increased $1,250,000. By* a moderate inc rease in quantity its value could be increased by an additional $1,500,000. By the exercise of better Intelligence our prune crop could be increased in value by $4,000,OOO. By care in managing our poultry and intelligence In breeding them our Increase from that source     Pos.    Woodland          . Hollingsworth          ....... Porter      L g. r...    ........ Knox      .lr. 1.1.    ....... Brown      ,Ltr..    ......Ludden      ,.r. e. I..    ........ Fisk©      ,.L e. r..    ........Gregg      ..q.    .. .. McDonald      ,,r. b. I..    ......... Johns      J. h. r..    , ,. Whitehead      ..full....    ......... Gray     Main street,  IU    SS    mm    www    ---  December Oth. The ball will be held  opposite n3d  be a big event.    „    •    ^   Th *    ^:V7.1    |H*rmanenrin"*11,    At    W7  Scald head is an eczema of the scalp -very severe sometime*, but It * an be cured. Doan’s Ointment quick  Hon. Jon Craig, chairman of the Democratic county central committee, telephones us that Hon. Thomas Geary will close the campaign in Yolo county. On Friday evening. November 4th, ho will speak In Winters. Saturday evening. November 5th, he will speak in Woodland.  It is probable that a day meeting will also bo arranged. On the evening of the 4th special train will run from Rumsey to Winters, stopping at ail intermediate stations.  Mr. Geary has but few peers as a public speaker. Tho Democracy of Yolo county will give him a rousing reception.  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  C.  W. Bush, Administrator of the Estate of Bichard Heat, Filet Final Account.  a ♦  A I JIVE LETTER. Would not Interest yoq if A Charles Whitman and wife went to I looking for a  guaranteed salve for  Winters this morning for a visit cd! si sores, burns or piles. Otto Dodd, of  few days with enja.  Mrs. Whitman's psr-  Ponder. Mo., writes:    “I    suffered with  au ugly sore for a year, but a box of  .    . I    iiiicklcn’s Arnica    Salve    cured me.” Ifs  a J. O. Im of Troy.    Now J® rk ;_  W J.°    , he  bort wive on    earth    25c at W. H.  w been visiting Mr.    and Mn. T. JI. |     ljlw80n ,, lruK   E rn marine Wood has flied for record a homestead on 346 ai re* in section 24, township ll north, range 3 west.  Frederick Berthold# bas filed for record a United Stab* patent to the northeast y 4  of northwest */* of section 25, township 12 north, range 3 west, 4 acres.  The doubt about the purpose of calling the board of supervisors together in special session has been removed, p. C. Jon!an telephone from Fresno to County Clerk Hadsall that his purpose in asking for a meeting of the board is that custodians may be appointed to take charge bf the voting machines In each precinct when they arrive and instruct the voters how to use them.    siSS?  a W. Bush, administrator of the estate of Richard Hext. deceased, ha* filed Urn final account and report and petition for distribution. The recapitulation shows real estate on band $53,820.4t); bank stock of Bank of Woodland. $12,000; wheat. $1252.56; other personal property, exclusive of cash, $506.50; ( ash remaining on hand as per cash account. $48,593.29; making a total of $117,274.20 to be distributed to the heirs The heirs are Mrs. Mary Hint, a sister of deceased you’re | residing    at    Menesha,    Wisconsin,  Stephen lied, a brother of deesa**-*! residing at    Pewaukee,    Wlseonaia,  and Mrs. Busan Strickles, a nice** of deceased, residing at Genesee Village. Wisconsin.  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦  ♦    I  ♦  .  has been visiting Ryder, went to Ban Francisco thin morning.  ♦♦♦♦♦♦  .. Fink** I favorable for the band dance this ev- ■ .  8 toro 50 cents.  .. Gregg I . nine This will be the best open-air I ur K      x ___  large  this season and doubtless a crowd will be in attendance.  A new and up-to-date line of crockery. lamps and glassware at Johnston's.  olOtf  TESTIMONY OF A MINISTER.  Rev. John 8. Cox, of Wake. Ark., write*, “For 12 years I suffered from yellow jaundice. I consulted a number of physicians and tried a1 isorts of medicines but got no relief. Then I began to uae Electric Bitters and feel thst I ain now cured of a disease that had me in its grasp for 12 years." lf you want a reliable medicine for liver and kindney troubles, stomach disorder or general debility, git Electric Bitters. It’s guarantee*! by W. H. I a who ti, druggist Only 50c.  Go into Leithold’s pharmacy and ex rvalue those dollar fountain pens. au30tf  MUSIC LESSONS  Mrs. Madge Porter, teacher of piano. Persons desirous of joining her classes will <aii at her residence. 3*3 Oak street.    o25tf  A good fountain pen for $L00 at LeithoUTa    *u30tf  Johnston’s Special Blend Coffee, S lbs. for $1.00. None better. olOtf  Canada white rye at the Manhattan. nay Mf  New crop citron, lemon and orange peel at Johnston's.    olOtf  [ors will anxiously look forward to  SINGING BEAUTIES THERE. faff"*’    *  J.V.L. Leader fountain pen ll, guaranteed. Leithold’s pharmacy. auSOtf  Go to Lei lh old’s pharmacy for Eastman’s photo supplies.    au30tl  One Day Only I  Fritz A Snitz  Irrctiitibl© Kind.  Mr. and Mrs. John Monroe, proprietors of the Edison Electric Theater Have the Up-to-Date 1( *«., opened Wednesday eyeing with  their moving picture show in the j storeroom recently vacated by George Hodge. A large crowd was present and enjoyed the entertainment thor-    _The    announcement    which    will,    o°loughly.'    In    addition    to    the    moving  should be $8,000,000. lf °ur cows were     IUO * t     welcome    one    to    pictures    they    are    featuring    “Psyche*’  of the average quality of those of Hoi-1     H     L     «Rve  rage quality or tnose oi not- i    *    .    house*    is    to    I in plastlque extravaganza. They give  butter crop would yearly be I the patrons of th i    .    Lontinuous    exhibitions from 7 to IO  land our  increased in value by over $11,000,000.1 the effect that Mason aud Mason  in  Bul why particularize further? I  thetr new  musical comedy success,  Tties© matters are only details of vast agricultural system to which the  p. rn. and a matinee every afternoon from 2 to 4 o’clock.  lie Bi-Monthly Club held its first I  ‘Fritz A Snit*,’’ under the direction  t    ll 41  of 1 '^beu'e^trSnlng Sin rn partial of    Messrs. Broadhurst A Currie, will (meeting at the residence of W. A. Por  touch of better training win impart *|     ...    l ter Wa lnut street, Wednesday even  ling. Mrs. Porter and Mrs. H. E. Coll  wholly incalculable Improvement No I be seen here on the evening ct Tues words can indicate what reclaimed, I ,jay (  November 1st  what irrigated, what fertilized Call-  Tbe production Is entirely new.  pie.    Ison’s    campaign,    and    will    no    doubt    I    Five    Hundred.  Judge BhieWs stated Uiat there waalp^^ the piece de resistance iu the sere made by M .    .    -  a greater danger to a nation than the | ^  Qf uu 8KaJ (uul edy offerings this |® n ?    ’    Vc.,..’    <«Aiirh    ii  were the hostesses. The parlors of the Porter borne were nicely decorated The game was and th© high scores Brownell re-  There were enough play-  "J K b r „^h!^ “h, 1 ! 1 !?,!,,    I    LT    there    to    every    c«UM    (or    I    ^    ^    *«^py“    TfcT™-  loss of her manhood. He then pointed  out tile value of a strong rural popu- J the assertion that it will not relln-lation and the extent to which a staielq^k grasp on that distinction.  fresh manta were delicious.  _____       Tonight    is    our    last    opportunity    for  must rely upon It for her stability *^1.    -    ^    farce    really seems to grow I hearing Mr. C. C. Smoot lecture. His I  the pmue.ey of her pro K .«, H.|{“    ^     tMsrform .    U.a.j.-.    t    i.    “Yoaemlte    Valley    and    th.  Our Counters are ablaze  Saturday, Oct 29  1  With the Latest Novelties in Men’s  TWO SPECIALS!  TAILOR MADE GARMENTS j200 Yards Black Silk Taffeta 21 Inches wide,  wear guaranteed, that is we replace every yard that cracks or breaks.  Our 90-cent value for 69 cents.  Designed by the Master Tailors Stein Bloch & Co.  Now on sale at  Our complete line of Colored Silk Taffeta:  75 cent Values for 69 cents.  permanent  illustrated the dangerous rate at I HJJ^ausT"ifHoiT^-1 Mariposa Big Trees.” He has 126 Ane  which our population wan crowding * those musical comedies BO* I stereoptlogli views. Added to this be ■    wIaIissI  into the clues, and stated that UVT    %    nu    room    ban    a    plying    personality    andion elo- SuCCeiBOHI to M. Michael.  Rosenberg & Co.  mui mw limo, bum    1    lMvini;    little Si' no room I "S* “    I--  educational policies should be ^ ^ r  ®^ruyement    One of the fret-1quence and earnestness    that  formed as to counteract this tendency. | for I P    which will stand listening a delight.    -  Judge Shields said that it had been lur#© .uf the Mi.ow    wnn 1 Wl " ,^ of hear  him will los(  urged that lr stru, lion in ugiiculture |out prominently will be the cborusjl  makes  2b4  Those who do not  We Originate  Jtiefoaup  Judge Shields  hear him will lose a rare treat. No  Others Imitate I  pair edu(-attonal ideals. Z;T«% ptJSSSSr^tS;    DEXIES    TALE    OF  source not noa    J*.    I    which    a^dmcriblS 1     as    being    re vela-1 Concerning an article that has hew  al effort Again, an •«* t t  thu8  Lions of the modiste’s art in itself. I going the rounds of the press about tution would \n i-«ise     neW    m uskal    numbers    and    the list wild ducks feeding on animals that  enlarge opport unlti«-s for Mutational  eIit4irUlning  mwlodiee will Ockle d ied of anthrax, Editor Slur wood of  effort.  .ley  >rf Stanford had not hurt Berks- oj ^mrn.,    ~ h     —    ^    Demoi^t    says:  ; it had created an enthusiasm or J *, nretlicttad will become popular I “The foregoing has been copied by learning, and through it in 18 ye 11nu...    wk<.w i>; un tn (late I wivern) n^wHnaoers in tills vicinity  The foregoing  ^’ir h*.    .»..nrol^at .(!!>!*• . .*•    “J    I    “7.^    ^woadered    why  1700, Herkaley bod more than doubled [‘“'.'J 1 *    '^JXa^romed^oe^ I aialement should be given publicity  her attendance, this year having more inkers of clevei mitral comemes Itt il not true that broad bill edible   th fn conc I usbm ° ^udge Shields said-I    NEW    RULE.    ^    ^a^ure'a^mSri^ do  :^urT broider l"*’.    I    Commencing    Monday’,    Sept    mb.| tLey     cougrcgate    at    place*. where the  better supported. And let us have  Grand ORCHESTRAL CONCERT  THE TRADE PALACE  Saturday Evening, Od. 29, (rom 7:45 to 9:45  SEE WINDOWS.  ntirruioM und I UOOnsncini fliuuuny, Ew-yi.    I    mey    nmBrcRabc    —-----  /Chiave it I the    Ca pay stage will make daily trips, hart ass of cattle lie upon the plain or  lier £rUM»rrlvtnim Woodland at IO *. rn. and ,,, , he  tole belt. We have conferred  ZZ    Zidv.;, Jar    iSChiv.'T'tor    al. package I rrtu?.o° t‘lc7o^ni^o'^and U «  the wealth    ll    will    produce, for the Iy,4,u» erw l by Capay stags must be have received ducka aud g«*e frOTn  left at th© City stables before 2 p. Si. I that lo* ality and MW    n-l    ci|QDA|ftI?BII?R  No mick ag es will bs received after the I Th* story is Bbl .trgthfnl. yet B I Lid 1 ,) dill! ’  Under the direction of P. Schwert EVERYBODY VVELCOM EL  SOME OF OUR DEPARTMENTS  Clear As a Bell I  Our Redwood and Cedar Shingles Sugar Pine and Redwood Shakes  BROKE INTO HIS HOUSE. I No packages S. Le Quinn of Cavendish, Vt., was I .tags leaves the I-tables, robbed of his customary health by in- I  m fiit vasion of chronic constipation. —  ytWZiTK    to    ImiDSOlE    nm    and    BUTTOMS  absurd on its face. If it were true that utile have died there of anthrax and  When  L A. EDDY. Prop.  Dr. King’s New Life Pi Uh broke into  CASTORIA  his bonne his trouble wab arrested aud I  b#arg tho 8 ignature of Cbaa.H.Fletcber J the    Criminal    pro?-  y.„,-. ,i IWM amar-1 r^r_T7_    and    I    them they ale liable to (.riuouiw yiwr  now he’s entirely cured. They're guar-1 ^  UM for mor0  than thirty years, and anteed to cure. 25c at W. H. Lawson's Jj^nd you have always bought.  drug etore.    I    —----*►    —77   —^ .I New-pack weeded raisins mid cur-  (OO Cord, of mounUlB^li. wo^    SI    „ „     Jo bn.to„B.    olOlf  aals. Enquire of BROWN BROS.    I    ----*--  aulOtf    I    u.    b.    That’*    whiskey—At the Man-   --    I    ha1 tan    Jy2tf  Or cg ou applca a, fobu.WnV  ecutioo.  & A LOOKS.  WAISTS  DRESS SHIRTS ud UIDERiEtR 1 SORI PILLOWS mad BAA SILKS  HES S and BOYS’ PURI1SH1IGS UNDERWEAR ud liCKUTOSUES  CLOTHING  SHIRTS tad RATS BLANKETS tad TARIS  PEERLESS SA LOON—Abe    **orri»,  proprietor. First 'lass Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Next to T. IA olOtf Spaulding’s.  West Valley Lumber Co.  Th© Yard Nearest the Depot.  F. W. Blanchard, Manager.  Trade Palace, Foraeriv WhRe^House. . mdud oms . rat  2b4  E. I. Buatturd*. IM   ............'„jr.    'j.   

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