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The Grangeville globe. [volume] (Grangeville, Idaho) 1907-1922, February 26, 1920, Image 2

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How Would You Like to Harvest Two Crops
of Com a Year as They Do in the Philippines?
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No, readeg this corn was not grown
by one of our local farmers ! It wasn't
grown In the United States, even. It
was grown In the faroff Philippine Is
lands by Filipino schoolboys. Two fine
crops of corn a year are produced In
the Islands.
The Philippines are doing some won
derful things In the agricultural line.
The Philippine government has line ag
ricultural schools throughout the Is
lands, and the Philippine legislature,
composed entirely of Filipinos, Is each
year making larger and larger appro
priations for tills Important work.
The staple food of the Islands Is rice,
but corn Is coming right along In popu
lar favor. Its use was given great Im
petus In the last year because of a rice
MANILA CARNIVAL BIG
ATTRACTION OF FAR EAST
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This Is the season of the year when
the Philippines become the playground
for the entire orient It Is carnival
season In Manila.
In 1908 the first Philippine carnival
was held on historic Wallace Field In
Manila In February, when the climate
of the Islands Is at Its best, and each
■ucceediug year there has been a larg
er and more elaborate celebration.
The 1920, or Victory Carnival, will be
the greatest event of Its sort ever held
anywhere In the For East
There are commercial and govern
ment exhibits In connection with the
carnival, and on no other occasion Is It
possible to gain at once such a com
prehensive Idea of the production and
Rice Terraces Are World's Masterpieces
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This Is a photograph of the Ifugao Igovrot rice terraces, which are sinon;:
the most remarkable of their kind In the world. They are one of the man)
marvelous sights for the tourist to see In the Philippine Islands and are to be
found 111 the Ifugao district of the Mountain province. Northern Luzon.
The height of these terraces, which are held up by stone walls. Is from «
to 18 feet, averaging 8 feet high. It Is estimated there are 12,121 miles of
eight-foot stone walls In the Ifugao terraces, which Is approximately hall
the distance around the world.
These terraces are skillfully Irrigated by water brought In troughs along
the precipitous mountain sides over long distances*
shortage. Other Important Philippine
crops are hemp, sugar cane, cneoanuts.
coffee, tapioca and pineapples. Lum
her is also an Important Industry.
There are hundreds of thousands of
acres of land lying Idle In the Philip
pines, which hare a greater area of
fertile land than Japan—this In spite
of the fact that the population of the
Philippines Is 11,000,000 while that of
Japan Is around 55,000,000. There Is
every reason to believe that some day
the Philippines will have a population
as large as that of Japan today. The
Filipinos are the only Christian people
In the orient, and their young men are
working night and day to prepare
themselves for the responsibility of
citizenship in the Philippine Republic,
which they believe to be near at hand.
development of resources of the arehl
pelugo as that which Is offered the
visitor at the carnival city,
In the evenings the carnival becomes
the center of Philippine and oriental
social activity. A huge open air audl
torlum serves for the elaborate nightly
balls, and on Its mammoth floor thou
sands of couples swing together to the
I strains of music furnished by the fa
j mous Constabulary and other military
bands. Probably at no other place Id
the world will one see an equally Im
pressive cosmopolitan spectacle.
The Manila visitor who can plan his
trip to arrive at the Pearl of the Orient
for carnival time uiay well deem him
self fortunate.
World's
FIRST OF FEATHERED THINGS
Archaeopteryx Muet Have Been a Re
markable Looking Bird From Ac
counta of Ite Appearance.
Today the birds are all quite differ
ent than they were years ago. The
first bird that was ever seen on earth
was called the Archaeopteryx, which
Is a Oreek word, meaning "ancient
wing." It was a very odd bird. It
had a long, thick tall, with bows of
flesh and with feathers growing from
It. It was not like a bird's tall Is
now, but more like a lizard's tail. It
hnd two legs, with which It could
walk and perch In the trees. It also
had two other limbs like hands, which
It probubly used to climb about the
trees, Instead of flying from bough to
bough, ns birds do now. Its eye was
fitted with a sort of armor shield, as
the reptile's. Its beak was armed with
strong teeth..
Of courw there Is no such bird as
this now, and It la not surprising that
such a bird should pnss away. Even
In these days two or three strange
birds have died out.
Men have killed many birds and ani
mals, but In making the world what It
now Is, nature has killed far more.
Whole races of animals have been de
stroyed by earthquakes and floods.
In time nature changes all things,
and so she did the birds.
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NOTICE TO AUTO DRIVERS.
Notice Is hereby given to all auto
drivers within the limits of the City
of Orangeville, Idaho, that all provis
ions of the traffic ordinance relative
to automobiles, must be compiled with
In all respects,
sorry.
Better be safe than
J. B. CREA,
Chief of Police.
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Geo.'s Livery
Livery Feed
Best Rigs in the City
Excellent Saddle Horses
Board by Day or Week
Give us a Cal)
Geo. D. Smith,
Prop.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reach the seat ot the disease.
Catarrh is a local disease, greatly in
fluenced by constitutional conditions, and
In order to cure It you must take an
Internal remedy Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine Is taken internally and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surfaces of the
system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years. It is com
posed of some of the best tonics known,
combined with some of the best blood
S uriflers. The perfect combination of
le Ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine is what produces such wonderful
results In catarrhal conditions. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O.
AH Druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
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Next to Postoffice
Orangeville,
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Hides, Pelts,
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M. J. HOWARD
OFFICE AT PRICE'S BARN.
Is Your Child
Starving?
FOR NERVE ELEMENTS.
Eyes drain nerve forces and
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Diet and eyes relieves tired feel
lng—headache—red eyes, etc.
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Imperial Holel, March 1-2.
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cakes, biscuits and
doughnuts that just
keep you hanging
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all made with
CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
the safest, purest, most
economical kind. Try
it—drive away bake-day
failures."
You save when you buy it.
You save when you use it.
Calumet corn ains only such
ingredients as have been
approved officially by the
U. S. Food Authorities.
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Camp stoves of all kinds at Cheatei
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After you eat—always take
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repeating, and all stomach miseries.
Aid* digestion and appetite. Keeps stomach
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EATONIC is the best remedy. Ten* of thou
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Rough Roads for Wheels Are
Smooth Roads for Passengers
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rough cobbles or un
paved roads. The wheels fol
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the new Triplex Springs give
car and passengers remarkable
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They give 130-inch Spring
base to a car of 100-inch
wheelbase.
This makes for the gently
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heavy car with the economy
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convenience of handling of a
scientifically designedlightcar.
• Auto-Lite starting and light
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FRESH AND CURED MEATS, FISH, POULTRY
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Pacific Phone I4
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