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Woodland Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - February 1, 1902, Woodland, California 187 WOODLAND CALIFORNIA SATURDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 1 1903 FARMERS INSTITUTE QUESTION BOX LEADS TO THE DIS CUSSION OF MANY TOPICS The Lectures ofProfessors Fowler Twight and Jaffa are Both Interesting and Instructive The afternoon session of the insti tute on Friday began at half past one oclock J W Anderson presided The first subject taken up was Hybrids and Resistant Stocks and Professor E H Twight was the lecturer Among oilier things he said that In selecting the best varieties a study of the soil is the first consideration No matter how good the variety planted failure will be the result unless a proper soil Is also selected The professor mention ed all the varieties of resistant stocks and described the nature of the soil in which they will thrive the best No stock will not show a resistance of fifteen should be trusted Some Boils are too sandy and dry others too wel while others are of such a clayey character bake The compactness of the soil Is the thing that affects planting The degree of compactness depends upon the proportion of and elay The variety of vine will not do very well In a soil too compact Where the soil Is heavy the hybrid of riparia and should be planted The amount of moisture Is another The will stand more moisture than the riparia will do very well in light soil un less the sot Is subject to drouth The does best In gravelly soil An other condition to be considered is the fertility of soil The and its will do better in a poor Boil than the riparia and its hybrids Experiments have been made in crossing nonresisting vines and resist ing stocks but tlie results have not been satisfactory The professor explained at consider able length the various methods He showed charts Illustrating these grafts The herbaceous cleft graft does not do so well in the United States as it does In Europe The Hovarth graft Is a delicate one but a very high percentage of success ful buds baa been obtained by this method The graft ia an easy one and with little care 05 per cent of good buds can be obtained The bes Eon graft is done on old wood In the Clarac graft a bud from young stock la put in young stock cane The graft has given good results The Inids are taken from wood of a year The professor explained the opera tlon necessary In making these grafts at great length He also explained how It is possible to change the vari ety of the grape without losing a crop Buds can be prepared in fall sap wood half sap wood or no eap at all In tying the graft care should he taken that the work Is so done that the buil will not dry out Mr J B LaRues paper on the al mond industry waa next on the pro gram but the chairman announced that hehad been notified that Mr La is ill with the grip and might not able to attend Professor Jaffa was next Introduced discussed the Food Value of Im it for Live Stock The amount of nutriment In fruit is comparatively small with the nutriment of grain feed In fruit there is not more than one and jf half per cent of nitrogenous matter In the ease of grain feed It is often as high as 10 and 12 per cent A cer tain amount of nitrogenous matter Is desirable but not an excess In 10 of wheat there la 114 water In the same weight of fresh fruit there Is about Ibs of water Five times as much fruit as wheat Is required to obtain the same amount of elements When the Is dried the same amount of atarch can be obtained from an equal amount of grain A good ration for a milk cow is about 12 of alfalfa 12 pounds of dry hay and B pounds of bran Prunes may be substituted for the bran but 15 would be nec essary Linseed oil must be added to perfectly balance the ration One hundred pounds of fresh apples only furnish as much nutriment as 20 pounds of hay 34 pounds of wheat straw 24 pounds of corn la pounds of oats or barley 16 of wheat 17 pounds of oats or 9 pounds of cotton seed meal The disparity between all these feeds and watermelons is even greater In the dried fruits there Is a near approach to the nutritive ties of grain etc Experiment Is the only way of testing the physiological value ot the various fruit feeds In stances were given showing the food value ot dried figs for fattening stock for market The question box wag next opened and Professor Fowler read and an swered most of them The following are some of the queries and answers the orange do well commer in Yolo county There Is but little differ ence between quality of Colusa Yolo and oranges the silo successful anywhere in California It has been successful wherever It has been tried There are GOO silos In successful operation In the state citrus and deciduous plant ing be overdone if the grower does his work intelligently and markets his crop with good judgment Fifty per cent of the orchards in California are not bearing profitably does the attendance at Woodland Institutes compare with the attendance at other places and interest Is in creasing In Woodland every year It is not so large however as In some other places is the name of the white mildew on our grapes what is the rem edy and when best to apply it name la The rem edy is dry sulphur and should be ap plied about the blossoming time A second and even a third sulphuring may be needed according to conditions of mildew and climate calcium carbide ever been used with success In California against phylloxera If so how much should be applied to a vine Should it be put In a hole at one side of the vine or dis around the vine carbide has not been successfully applied Calcium carbide will not sink into the soil as carbon bisulphide will for the acetylene gas is lighter than tho air There are er reasons why the calcium carbide has been successful Is the best resistant stock for vines In this soil are many soils In Yolo and even in tho region of Woodland The weather tables as well as the sol A FIREMANS CLOSE CALL I stuck to my engine although ev ery Joint ached and every nerve was racked with pain writes C W Bella my a locomotive fireman of Burling ton Iowa I was weak and pale with out any appetite and all run down An I waa about to give up I got a bot tle of Electric Bitters and after taking It I felt as well as ever did In my life Weak sickly run down people always gain new life strength and vig or from their use Try them tion guaranteed by W H Lawson Price For a good share or sham too go to a PRICE FIVE CENTS must be considered So this Question cannot be easily answered is St George St George la one of the best of the resistants for our vine areas It should be planted on the dryer areas as it Is a dry rooter and will not stand wet feet us something about cow peas Have they been tried in Cali fornia have been tried As a green manuring crop they have not been very serviceable because they can be raised only in the season after tho frosts are over They dont like our dry seasons is the belter to plant the or the Royal apricot and bears well and quite regularly in Kings county where it originated In the San Joa valley the Tilton bears more reg than other varieties The fruit is fine In size and duality are screw worms and how ire they destroyed oil spray will destroy them the Jordan almond thrive as well here as the Hatch variety think it will but I have no ex knowledge kind of poison bait will rabbits readily eat in winter know of no successful way of poisoning bait for rabbits that would not endanger other animals Hounds will do more to drive the rabbits away than anything else Professor Twight next briefly dis cussed Sprays and Their Applica tions The professor gave a cation of Insect pests For codlin moth apply Paris green In a manner to leave a fine coating For scale we must have a spray that will destroy by contact The kerosene spray the lime sulphur and salt spray will do this The latter will also reach some of the fungus diseases The main point is give this spray careful preparation Two hours of cooking Is necessary Much care must be exercised in pre paring the kerosene spray The emul sion of soap water and kerosene should be applied warm Copper salts may be applied against several dis eases of the vine Dissolved lime and copper sulphate should be mixed cold Ammonia Is added but great care must he taken not to add too much as that would result in burning the trees Dry sulphur is used against some fun gus diseases and also against Insect pests If mixed with lime it adheres better to the leaves Professor Fowler closed the session with a glowing tribute to the of California He declared that hogs and poultry can be raised quicker and cheaper here than In Kansas and and yet we annually buy of those states pork and poultry products of the value of eleven millions of dol lars SATURDAYS SESSION The members of the institute were slow in assembling this morning It waa nearly half an hour after the ap pointed hour before the institute was called to order The attendance was not so large as it should have been Professor Fowler immediately de voted his attention to the question box The following are some of the queries and his answers thereto is the best work on cattle and me best work on poultry published for distribution by the agricultural de of the bureau of an imal industry and the experiment sta tion bulletins of some of the states Anyone who wishes a list of poultry bulletins may have one If he will drop D T Fowler a postal card asking for the same wish to apply some potash and phosphate powders anil nitrate of soda Should I sow It broadcast or should it be applied near tbe vines hour be required to answer this question as these are the three elements most needed by our Continued on Fourth page ARNICA SALVE Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures It surpasses any other salve lo tion ointment or balm for cuts conis burns boila sores felons ulcers tet ter salt rheum fever sores chapped hands skin eruptions Infallible for piles Cure guaranteed Only at W H Lawsons drug store WHAT THE CHILDREN DRINK Dont give them tea or coffee Have you tried the now food drink called It Is delicious and takes the place of coffee The more you give the children the more health you distribute through their systems OralnO Is made of pure grains and when properly prepared tastes like the choice grades of coffee hut about as much All grocers sell It and MEETING CALLED Committee of Fifteen to Be Convened Wednesday The Purpose IB to Resume Further Consideration of the tion Problem A call has been Issued by C Bush secretary of the committee and B P Huston secretary of the chamber of commerce convening the Irrigation committee at the office of Huston Joslyn on Wednesday February 6th at 3 p m This committee Is com posed of fifteen prominent citizens It was appointed several months ago to Investigate the whole question so far as It affected the people of Yolo county It did Its work well but the general opinion seemed to be that its functions ceased when a certain promoter se cured options on all the water rights heretofore acquired In the county These options have lapsed nnd it Is ev ident that if a thorough and perfect Irrigation system is ever developed in the county it must be done by local capital and enterprise The committee will therefore go to work with renewed energy beginning where It left off when the prospects for union of all conflicting elements in the Irrigation problem seemed to be so bright The Importance of the meeting next Wednesday cannot therefore be over estimated The work of the committee will be watched with extraordinary in terest WORKING OVER TIME Eight hour laws are Ignored by those tireless little workers Dr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always at work night and day curing tion biliousness constipation sick headache and all stomach liver and bowel troubles Easy pleasant safe sure Only at VV If drug store DR CURTIS Will after the first of January 1902 reside at the Hotel Julian Onice will remain as at present In Gallup build ing First street corner ot Bush lid Verus cures piles or reward Price For sale In Woodland by J V the druggist Golden Excelsior Compound ia un surpassed as a substitute for Ask your grocer for It SHE WILL SUCCEED The news of the purchase of tho Ariel by Miss Agnes Breon came In Friday evening too late tor us to more than the bare announcement Ariel la now closed for the pur pose of taking an Inventory H will be opened on Tuesday morning of next week Miss Intends that every thing shall be in order and hat tho Ariel shall be in the best possible She Is very and wc predict that she will build uji a large nnd lu business A POPULAR LECTURER In Fridays Democrat the an was made that Father Yorku would the opera house on tho evening of February for the benefit of the Holy Rosary The subject has not yet been announced but most likely he will be governed i the matter by the wishes of those who want to hear him He is one of tli most eloquent and popular lecturers In California y FINE LOT OF J F Chiles shipped 230 head of mules to San Francisco Friday nnd Saturday They were a ot about 700 bead which Mr Chiles has been buying up for tho islands The 330 head loaded at were says Mr Chiles the lot of mules ever sent out from Yolo county that Is In so large a EVERYTHING IN READINESS Everything is in readiness for the domino party this evening to be given by the Hermann Sous Doubt less old armory hall will be packed with maskers and The Hermann Sons never make a failure anil they aro determined that the dance this evening shall be no tion to the rule When you want a physio that IB mild and gentle easy to take and in effect use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets Price Samples free For Bale by J V druggist THE ARIEL For the freshest best and cheapest go to the Ariel Candy Store which was recently purchased by Miss Agnes Hreen It will be open anil ready for business Tuesday and as Miss Dreen has had considerable ex In the manufacture ot candy am Is also popular as a saleslady we feel confident that she will make a success n her new venture Light Sweet Wholesome Bread Cake Pastry are more easily speedily unfailingly made with ROYAL BAKING POWDER Royal Baking Powder is the great est of time and labor savers to the pastry cook Besides it economizes flour butter and eggs and best of all makes the food more digestible and healthful Baker and Pastry There are cheap baking pow Look 800 practical dors made from alum but and valuable cooking re their astringent and canter free to every izing qualities add a patron Send full address dangerous element to COj 100 WILLIAM BRIEF CITY NEWS Events of Interest in Woodland and Suburbs of More or Leas Importance Picked Up Hera and There on the Wing All the churches will their usu al services Sunday morning and even Ing John Kerrigan a native of Holland and 82 years and 11 months old died In Clarksburg on January Staff Captain Andrew Crawford the new divisional will visit Wood hind Thursday February 8 All aro cordially Invited Admission free Supervisor Snider n st In the contract jut the Central Pacific from o a point east of the old line It la a job nnd will require his attention for several months No more Interesting study can be taken up than that of tho catacombs of Rome There will bo an unusually good opportunity to hear this subject discussed on nt the Congregational church The lecture IB free to all Mr II S Roilman came up from the bay cities Saturday Ills brother Mr Thos Rodman gone north on bus iness Mr Rodman says his mother is In usual health at present but has had two spoils of since she went to Lake Press has decided to open a nnd wood yard In Point Rich mond He has looked over tho field and Is well satisfied that there ia a good opening for a business of such a character Mr intends to return to Richmond next week to complete arrangements However he will not move his family for il months RESTAURANT SOLD William Rehmke and Wife Succeed C B Win and wife have pur chased the Popular restaurant from C B Lines The sale was made Friday evening through the agency of J D R a Iawson At present Mr Lines Is undecided as to what business he will engage In Mr and Mrs took possession of the restaurant this morning but as soon as the necessary improvements aro marto the restaurant will bo moved Into the rooms In the Craft hotel building formerly occupied by O Lucas A plate glass front window will be put In and other Improvements will bo made which when completed will make tho restaurant one of the most attractive north of San Francisco Mrs has had years of expe rience in the restaurant business which will be of great assistance to both her anil her husband SERIOUS JOKE Early visors were surprised to notice the yellow Rag flying In front of Dr Palmers resilience and also In front of Dr Curtis this morning and for a there was much talk about the necessity tor quarantining the doc tors Later It transpired that Uie flaga were put up by unknown parties as a Josh The doctors have not yet been to discover anything funny about It RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAT Mystic Cure for neuralgia and rheumatism radically cures in 1 to J days Its action upon system is and It re moves at once the cause and the dis ease Immediately disappears The drat dose greatly Benefits and Sold by J V druggist Wood land WATCH THE CROWDS Scarcely n dny passes but that our store is crowded with buyers The people begin to realize lhat what ever is advertised by this house is car ried out to ft tho hearty response Our annual sale is drawing to a close 1st settles it Until then our loss ia your gain Bear in mind the assortment and aro not as complete as at commencement of this sale but still there are many of the good things loll worthy of your consideration THE WHITE HOUSE Did You Ever Clean House been Came some thai have lin gered Not a thing the matter with tho fuel it aaton force Not one of horn but says that thoy coul have solil these many times hud not burled undor Iho big lot Well hey aro here nevertheless Our blun lor means good or tho economi cal buyer Here are a FEW rod sold for tl our blunder makes them conts Gents Silver and Monarch colored Shirts nearly al were our blunder makes them 50 Gents Silver and Gold fancy Dross Shirts and up nnd down 1 stripe you know thoy are the style all sizes our blunder makes uSm i 73 i I Childrens heavy ironclad Hose the name suggests their wearing all sizes from 6 sold P 2 pairs Childrens nml Infants white cotton wooli old for 25 each our blunder makes them 10 each A lot of Imported Saxony Wool and 16 on nearly 11 5 akes them eonta We regret we have not the to enumerate all the cleanup In for you Make a call pay our sale force to show Peoples Trade Palace BEAK IN MIND THAT WE ARE Insurance Agents 13 well as grain a line of the largest reliable insurance and American of experience In and thoroughly understand alf Balfour Woodland
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