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About La Grande evening observer. (La Grande, Or.) 1904-1959 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1910)
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LA nun.L; M2U o-oci, . ci( FHID AY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1910.
Salted AlmQnds. , Ve-salt. them ourselves.
arid Peanuts are fresh. selder'S nei door h posmu
BETTER FILL YOUR SHED BEFORE WET WEATHER BEGINS
Waters, Stanchf ield Produce Co,
HAY, GRAIN, FLOUR, WOOD :
: 'vyfv ' ,; ;
for the thirty most interesting, oldest, most unique or
most artistically made quills entered in the contest and
you will perhaps gain a distinction of owning the most
valuable quilt in America.
Qet one of the Books of Rules
THEyTtE F-REE FOK THE A.SKIfG
No purchase is necessary to enter your quilts in the con
test, and the entries may be seen at the store next week
absolutely free. ; v .
We want some woman in La Grande to win the first prize,
which is now being contested for by women all over the
Get a Booklet today
AA2 LEAH A.LLAXOUT IT
And while at the store ask to see "REDDISODE" COT
TON BATTS stitched together in full quilt size ready
or the covering.
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Have You an OM
Qiffff af Home?
Or a quilt with a history? If
so, enter it in our REVOLU
TIONARY QUILT CON-
TEST vtifoV hAOrina -TiATt
Monday and continues all
f Yoa want good
; Pes and
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C. E. SUYDAM
141 1-141 3 -Adams Ave.
Naturt and Poetry.
Environment ni.is poetry, but doe:
not create It. Nature U the grant;
agent In tunkin Ketr.v. ami iretiy i
present wherever nature is. It
kles u the sea. glow in the ral:ilnv
flashes fnuii the llji!:t;il;ijs and tliesiur
penis in thunder, roars In th mtarart
and" sIurs lu the winds. Poetry I.
God's linaie r llivt. d la nature, as I;
a mirror, an I iiati:r. I present wuer
ever man .i.-Selmt;'d.
Oil. the unused fcunc'aticr.s of
character whxh s:?-nJ along our
human strict anJ r.aV.e the ci y of
our human lie so srag'cal I Oh, the
bodily vigcr w hich has never been
put to any strong work for Gcd or
man! Phillips Brooks.
FOUR FIGHTS FOR PAPKE.
Crack Middlawtight te Visit Australia
to Mi 2 i;t In Antipodes.
At a conference between Promoter
Hugh MclntoKb of Australia and Billy
rapke, claimant of the world's middle
weight title, recently an ajrreement
was drawn up whereby Papke will
meet four mlddlewelghts In Australia
during a period covering not more than
The four men named are Dave
Smith. Arthur Cripps. Edward Wil
liams and Le O'Donnell. nil of whom
are practically unknown to Americans.
It n!fo was agreed that none o th?'
fl;ihffr. should weigh nioro than I T
MED OF AN INSTITUTION TO EDI.
' CATE PACKERS.
Apple Show at Spokane M ill Che Free
Instructions' In Apple TaCks."
Spokane, Wash.," Sept 30 Special
"Repor.'s from practically every com
mercial orchard district in the north
west and Pacific states and provinces
in Canada indicate the lack of suffi
cient competent packers to handle the
crops this season, thus strongly em
phasizing the need of institutions
where men and women can learn the
principles of preparing apples for .the
market. Packing schools should be es
tablished In every community In the
fruit belts, as the labor .problem Is be
coming more serious every year." .
Ren H. Rice, secretary and manager
of the National Apple Show, Inc., said
this In an interview, adding: '
''The demand for experienced pack
ers In the box apple districts this fall
is the best evidence that provisions
must be made at once to supply jrrow-
Am and (thinners with cdmnetent help
in the future.-Calls are coming from
all over the western country and the
supply of packers is so limited that In
many Instances It has been found nec-
send wholly inexperienced
orchards and packing
houses. With the many orchards com
ing into bearing In 1911 and the fol
lowing years the problem Is bound to
assume proportion. ,
We expect to relieve the situation
by conducting a free packing school
In connection with the third National
Apple Show la Spokane, November 14
to 19. A. P. Bateham and J. U. Car
roll of Hosier, One., packers and teach
ers of wide experience, will have
charge. Instructions In the diagon
al and square packs wll be given from
9 to '12 o'clock every morning in the
state armory, adjoining the big expo
sition tents. The management has ar
ranged to provide everything required
free of charge to the students.'-
WORRY JOES KILL .
It 8lowly but Surely Destroys the Cells
f tho Brain. .
Modern science has brought to light
nothing more curiously Interesting
than that worry will kill More re
markable still. It has been able to de
termine Just how worry does kill.
It Is believed by many scientists
who have followed carefully the
growth of the science of brain dis
eases that scores of the deaths set
down to their causes are due to worry
and that alone. The theory Is a sim
ple one. so simple that any one cau
readily understand It ' ' " " i
Briefly put1. It amounts to this: Wor
ry Injures beyond repair certain cells
of the brain, and, the brain being1 the
nutritive center of the body, the other
organs become gradually Injured, and
when some diseases of these organs or
a combination of them arises death
Thus worry kills. Insidiously, like
many other diseases, it creeps upon
the brain in the form of a single, con
stant, never lost Idea, and as a drop
ping of water over a period of years
win wear a groove In the stone, so
does worry gradually, Imperceptibly
and uo less surely destroy the brain
cells that lead all the rest, which are.
eo to. speak, the commanding officers
of mental power, health and motion.
worry, to make the theory still
stronger, Is an Irritant at certain
points, which produces little barm if
It comes at Intervals or Irregularly,
uccasionai worriment tne brain can
cope with, but the iteration and the
reiteration of one Idea of a disquiet
lng sort the cells of the brain are not
It Is as If the skull were laid sbare
and the surface pf the brain struck
lightly with a hammer every few see
onds with mechanical precision, with
never a sign of a. stop or the failure
of a stroke. Just In this way does the
annoying Idea, the maddening thought
that will not be done away with, strike
or fall upon certain nerve ceils, never
ceasing, diminishing the vitality of the
delicate organisms, that are so minute
that they can be seen only tinder th.
microscope. -Journal of Physiologic! 1
Signs In tho heavens
Tho storm flag's unfurled.
Trouble la coming 1
To worry the world. "
Llfe-euch a riddle!!
But now la your chance
To hutit up a fiddle
And who wanta to dance?
What the Future Holds
For the United States.
By JAMES J. HILL. fUllroid Builder.
ITHIN TWENTY YEARS 125,000,000 PEOPLE AND BEFORE
THE MIDDLE OF THE CENTURY MORE' THAN 20000,000
, PEOPLE" MUST FIND ROOM AND FOOD AND EMPLOY.
MENT WITHIN THE UNITED. 8TATES.
By that time4 our MINERAL RESOURCES WILL HAVE
BEEN ,SO NEARLY EXHAUSTED that the industries relating to
them must fall into a ninor place. By that time it is apparent that
our dream of conquest of world markets will be a burnt bubble.
It ia a. mathematical fact that within twenty years under present
conditions our WHEAT CROP WILL NOT BE SUFFICIENT
FOR HOME CONSUMPTION and seed without leaving a bushel
Let us try. to cast our minds twenty to twenty-five years ahead i
and see what will then be our condition. The main elements of the
problem which above all others is crowding upon our attention are
three possibilities of POPULATION, actual and possible NAT
URAL RESOURCES and POSSIBILITIES OF PRODUCTIVE
APPLICATION OF ONE. TO THE OTHER.
-As the prudent man about settling himself in life sums up his
possessions, his opportunities for earning income and -the demands
upon him of a family to be fairly cared for and left in a position
to begin the world at least as advantageously as he himself, so the
people of the United States should kuo.w with reasonable exactness
just WHERE WE SHALL STAND HALF A CENTURY FROM
NOW. : , . '..V;,'': y ; ,
' The population index has the simplicity of ascertaining vital
statistics. So careful an observer as Lerov Beaulieu crivea the natnral
This growing increase of population, its1 rise to more than two
hundred millions before 1950, the
MUCH OF, OUR MINERAL
OUR PUBLIC DOMAIN and - the
certain as the passage pf the years.
UPON THE READINESS WITH
THE SOBER DIGNITY WITH WHICH A WHOLE NATION RISES TO
THE WINNING OF ITS BROAD
WILL DEPEND THE INDIVIDUAL
THIS AND MANY GENERATIONS,
FRUITS and VEGATABLE3
- F0R SATURDAY
Complete equipment for
rubber buggy tires.
LA GRANDE IRON WORKS"
' D.'FiIZGERALD, Proprietor ' :' . s-
Compete Machiru Shops and Foundry "V
' Is n6w
This will be the m'os t sightly addiUon of La rande.
""The only addition to " La XStinde with bulldlni; restrlcUons.
The lots are large nearly a full acre ta each lot
We are going to Bet out some nice' apple and cherry trees
1 r' On etch lot. , ' " '
We are going to mak e the prices reasonable, and most fat
,,i . . , r . orable trms. No, In terest. No taxes.
Come to our office and look at the plat, then get Into eur
automobile and go see the property.
Alaa Gttaiicle Invesbriqiit Co. -
Owners, La Grande, Oregon
approaching EXHAUSTION OF
WEALTH, the VANISHING OF
deterioration of the soil are as
WHICH THIS IS UNDERSTOOD,
AND PERMANENT PRORDFoitv
WELL BEING OP MILLIONS 05