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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

BMlHE GARLAND GLOBE I r; indepSS?t I DEVOTED to the intrests of garland and the great bear river valley M H ).Vol, I, No. i.tffen'" Published ot Garlund, Utah. . Saturday, Peb'y 1 0, 1906. M HfgjkRLAND H tttttstttw MvtgBT 'lp msmw I I Its ReaRfnWffo-daY and 1j&jjv H jrrjr rjffini Possibilities of To-morrow. I H VJAltLAXD, tlw bustling. rMl I growing city of NnrtliwoitM-n 'IoN" jBW ( U fortunately situated ,in lll(','inBB Hlir (lie Great Bear Itlver Valley 7' lBfB Wm to-day of utx enterprising popnh FIjlM PyVj cccdlng OJOThe dully Wyl' UBi B T seekers, cupiutista and reaictf-. .J UK H r ors auxlous to locate here foretells MP H "" future for tills city and Insure t Bl H i:iorc than Is at present i ileulutcd rlK J B miglned. , iffi H The city, built on n substantial m?' H ntiou, Is beautifully laid out coU y H , level surfaced arciiof420 acres .-irkj H In portion of sections 20, "'fMlm H otVtp. w, n. h. s w. AJM' The city proper ccutcra at lhfyflj roads of Factory and Slain Mru,$f...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

1 . ' . . K UTAH STATE NEWS P- ' a IjljH A Commercial club has been organ lzed at Amcrlcnn Fork. JpjH Tho new Masonic tcmplo at Ogilon lias been formally opened. Sidney Dlack's saloon at Klmbcrlcy IjljH was destroyed by 11 ro Inst week. IjljH Moroni farmers are contracting to H r'ant 000 acres of beets this year, fac- HHJ tory or no factory. B Tho peoplo of Canlvlllo will voto M 16,000 additional bonds to pay off tho M Indebtedness on tho electric light Hi m James Evans, a miner well known H In Utah, wns found dead In his bed at H Park City. Death was duo to natural HJHJ causes. HJHJ Tho wool growers of Fountain H Green havo formed an association for H tho purpose, of selling their 190G clip HHJ HHJ James Evans and Dan Sullivan met H death In tho Silver King mine at Park HHJ City last week from nitroglycerins HHJr" poisoning. H Frank Mazza, on trial In Bait Lake, H City for killing Joseph Vntrella, Sep- HHJ tembcr 5, 1905, has been convicted of HHJ manslaughter. H J6o Stanley and lt...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

I J I LM; - . i i kH fWINTER WEAKNESS fir. WllllamB' Pink Pllta the Tonlo H That Moat People Need for B jl Blood and Nervoa. H In winter the nlr of tbo cloio rooms in H jNrhieh wo spend ko much of tho time H ('does not furnish ouough oxygen to the H , lungs to burn out tho foul matter in, the H H "blood. In the cold Reason wo do not exer- H if dseas much and tho skin andktduoysdo H JJ not throw off tho wasto matter as freely H tf as uaunl. Tbo system becomes overloaded H'( I? 'with poihouous matter, and too feeble BA J to throw it off. Relief can bo bad only H d i through tho uso of a remedy that will H Jtf promptly and thoroughly purify and H -"J( strengthen tho blood, nnd tho one best H .adapted for this purpose is tho groat H , blood tonic known as Dr. 'Williams' Fink iH Fills. "They acted liko mngic in my cose," said Mrs. Clara L. Wildo, of No. 877 , ' Farnsworth aveuuo, Detroit, Mich. " I ;' 'was weak and thin and could not sleopi !My stomach nnd nerves wero out of or-j der. I ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

bbH i i I BBj ' i . J 1 H The Garland Globe B Published Every Saturday at B GARLAND .... UTAH B Terms of Subscription: B One yfur (In advance) $1.60 BBBB Six months 75 BBBBJ Tliroo montliH CO BBBBJ ' Advertising rntcs furnlslicd an appll BBBBJ BBBJ f. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager BBBBJ Directions. I To write Dip Good Old I'nnnliouso vcrae tj On Mother's l'lo you up; fj Or you jierchnnco could du much worse BBjl Than write Dcmn-Cellnr up. BBBBJ You next must wrlto Up-CJnrret down, BBBBl ,.,.T',0". ,n,i0 f,,r further proof I J'1.1." u'd Rtnndpiitter of lenown Tll Itnln Upon tlio Hoof. BBBBjl Ho suro you don't forget tn sco BBBBl The Garden Gate A-SwIiik, BBBB Or uct tho Good Old IIuhKIiik ltco BBBBjl rond memory to hUiir. BBBBj Tor final woid wo mnko It quick BBBBl ,A Useful hint tu tell; I Tho On ken lhickct do not kick, Or oil would not tie well. McLnndburgh Wilson. BBBBJ Adventurous Career Ended. H, A most adventurous career has end BBBBj cd in the death n few days ago at BBBBJ Arkl...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

flflflBflflflflflWlWPMHHMpMjBlgyJMM B I ?ii TO HIS WIFE. ' I . The Married Man Send a Valentine I want soma Hud of a valentine, I To tend to that little wife of mine, Who' waiting at home for me ( I ! Not paper Cupid and gilded dart, I i Nor silly verses, nor atin heart, I But something let me lee M ' , Suppoie I tend her a bunch of polio, i ' Some violet or a box of rote LM S A dollar apiece, you ay? HP1 - J Good Lord! She would atk me what BBm I meant fll By (pending to much on sentiment, Bfl And flower, anyway I W By Jove I I'll get her lome glove I Eh, IM what? JB Her tize ? Great heaven, I have forgot 1 jfl Now am I not a dunce? M Ala, that a man bo'uld gro w o ttupid I mk ' Givo me an inspiration, Cupid I flj I ued to have them once. I ued to tend her glove and ring, Bonbon and flower, fan and thing, And kitte to her I carried. But, nh, St wa all to different thenl Ala I could wo only live over again Thoie day before we married I 1 might write for her a little rhyme. And I rea...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

H -HI I ' Hi H FACTS IN NATURE. H Vot Only Do We Qet Inspiration, Proa H Nature, Bat Health m Well. ggggggggl For peoplo who are run-down and norv ggggggggl ous, who sudor from Indigestion or ays- gggggggg pepsta. hoadacho, biliousness, or torpid H fiver, coated tongue with bitter tasto In ggggggggl the morning and poor appetlto, It bo- ggggggB comes necessary to turn , to some tonic or ggggggggl strengthener which will assist Naturu ggggggggl and help them to get on tliulr feet and S at the body Into Its proper condition. It i becoming moro and moro apparent that attire's most valuable health -giving M agenU are to be found In forest plants aH and roots. , ,, . H Nearly forty years ago. Dr. II. V. Pierce, H now consulting physician to the Invalids' iSiM Hotol and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, ggggggggl N. Y., discovered that by scientifically ggggggggl extracting and combining certain medlcl- ggggggggl nal principles from native roots, taken ggggggggl from our American forests, h...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

yptiiRpifc&j H jRf 'RRRRaPaVaRl HV rrrrrb RRRRRRj CAUGHT BY THE GRIP RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA Pneumonia Followed La Grippe Peruna the Remedy That Brought Relief. , Mr. T. Darnecott, West Aylmcr, On tario, Can., writes: "Last winter I was III with pneumo nia after hnvlng la grippe. I took g Peruna for two months, when I be- m. camo quite well, and I can say that y any ono enn bo cured by It tn a rea sonable time and at little expennc." Systemlo Catarrh, the Result of La Grippe. Pc-ru-na Receives Credit ; for Present Good Health. f Mrs. Jennie W. Gllmore, Box 44, BWhlto Oak, lnd. Tor., writes: "Six years ago I had la grippe, which was followed by systemic ca . tarrh. The only thing I used wns Pe- ,runa and Manalln, and I have been In hotter health the last three years than Ifor years before. I glvo Peruna nil Hho credit for my good health." iPtvni'na A Tonio After La Grippe. Mrs. Chas. E. Wells, 8r., Delaware, Ohio, wrltos: "After n severe attack of la grippe, I took Peruna and found ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 February 1906

H'' fll! GAK.L vND GL011B ' I The Garland H Globe H J.A.Wtxtw, , TjHtor anil Mngr. H Saturday, Feb'y ", '96 H I O. .S L TIME TABLE M North Bound. H Leaves Brigham.. .. 9:00 a.m. H Co:!nne .9:30 a.m. m Tremonton ..lotooa. m H Garland ...,10:50 a. m H Arrives at Malad. .... 12 45 p. m. ' South Bound. H Leaves Mnlad 1:15 P-m- H Gnrltnd , 3:20 P-m H Tremonton . . .3:35P-in M Corinnu ;2op. m. H Arrives at Brigham . . 5 '00 !' m 1 Local Agent H Garland...,..; Ulah' H ! HI' H LOCAL MAILS. 1 XAILC AIUMVK. H From South "oo a. tn. M MAILS CIOSIC H Going South 3:5 Pm- M STAR ROUTE. H Mails arrive from Penrose and m why at io;ooa. m. and leave (or M GoIlinBton at 10:30, M Mail returning horn Collins- M ton and way arrive at 3:00 p. m. H and leavi for Penrose and way H nt 3:10 p.m. H O, L, Wilcox, M Postmaster. H - M ITEMS OF INTEREST, M Next Wednesday, Feb. 11,1m St. Val- H fiittnc'ii dny. H The Commercial Club meet at Judito Van- H puwlcln'a ol!ke Keb. 12. ut H . m. H NOTC-This Issue U mainly ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

lC55!v. s , Aju,7jB!-',nyii'it ; TJWIWHyWIMIMMMppMpMBBPBH mP devoted to the intrusts of garland and the great bear river valley I I ' Vol. I. No. 7. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Peb'y 1 7, 1906. ' m 1 fjarland I ommercial I lub. B . . I MBI.T AND ADOPT CONSTITUTION AND HYLAWS-NAMB HOAUD OB I UOVBHNOHS-MBBTINO WBU. ATTBNDBI). I OFFICERS SELECTED AND HOUSE COMMITTE I AUTHORIZED TO FIT UP ROOMS. ,,, j, I Tliu Gnrlamt Commercial Club met' H according to appointment ut tho Oarlaud I Amusement Hull Muuiliiy (n onlng at 8 I o'clock. The meeting was well attend-id I hikI considerable Interest manifested. I w Chalr.iuui Moshih Kvnus called tho chili I to order and a motion an carried that H the buiiu' oillcers appointed at tliu last I meeting hold over Mr Bvans chairman I and It. li. Hush, secretary. The minutes of last meeting were read by tho socio J tary and approved. The comlttcc on H Constitution and Hylawa, consUtlug of H W ( Howe, president,. I A Host an and ? W It Viinllect,...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

I -" I H The Garland Globe H it Published Every Saturday at H OARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H pnc ycnr (In ndvnnco) $1.50 fl Six months 75 HBI Three months 50 Advertising rates fitrnlslicil on nppll- HBI (cation. BBfl J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager H (?- if 1 UTAH STATE NEWS HBB The orgnnizntlon of a runners' and HBB flock ralHPrs' club for Ephralm wns HBH completed Inst week. HBBj An entertainment was given In Snlt BBH Lake Inst week to rnlso funds for tho BBj relief of tho starving people In .Japan. HBBJ A street car collision, caused by BBBJ slippery rails, occurred In Suit Lake, HBBj one of tho motormen being badly In- BBBJ BBI Tho public schools of Wlllnrd nro BBfl again open after being closed for a BBfl week on account of an epidemic of BBfl BBI Joseph Watson, n locomotlvo flro- BBfl man, whoso homo Is at Wilson, Weber BBfl I county, fell from his engine, sustaining BBB serious Injuries. BBI David Bullock, tho Cedar City stock- BBfl man who was Injured In tho tra...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

M hYAhYJ I J I BY JMJARY gEVEREVX I 1, , . 1 WTH ILLUSTRATIONS BV DON C. WILSON I GSpyiigAt, isca, & lift, 0nxmrt &"& If 'ta chapter ii. B . Through tho weeks of tho Into sum mer, old Tatro, tho butler, had been Bh attending tho meetings held by tho peasants. Dut, being a Arm believer HJ In the old regime, ho had reported faithfully to Monsieur lo Baron nil m that had transpired at these gather ings, telling him of tho vicious speeches made by Fauchel, and of tho letter's evident determination to In fluence tho peasants against tho peo ple of tho chateau. On n certain September morning, mftor one of these reports from Tatro, "the baron said, "find Margot, and end her to me." When tho faithful old servant had -3oft the room his master looked out 'of the window toward tho pnrk; but If his darkly circled eyes saw something quite different trom tho trees silhouet ted against tho cloudless bluo of tho pky. They snw tho pale, angry face of 'Tomas Fauchel, tho young schoolmas t...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

Wr . i lAMffltei B BITTEN ItV A SHARK. H Naval surgeons have Rome curious H cases to deal with on hoard Undo H flam's warships. Assistant Surgeon F. H 'M. Munsou has made n report to the H ;Nnvy Department which ought to sot- H tie the long-disputed controversy as to H tho man-eating propensities of sharks. H "On November 2, 1004," inys he, "a H boatswain's mate of tho Plsentnqua, H then lying In the Inner harbor of Olon- H gapo, P. I while bathing from the sJde H of the ship, was bitten on the foot by H a shank. The man liad a j;ood view of H the shark and there can be no doubt H as to the Identity of the species of H "The two arc-shaped bites, ono on the H dorsal and one on Uio plantar surface H pear the toes, showed unmistakably H the marks of three rows of teeth In jijm (acn lacorated wound. On the .orsuro H the skin was torn from the underlying H itlssues for two Inches; two tendons H iBnd sovcral branches of the dorsalls H . Ipedls artery were severed. One of the H I Itnrsal b...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

BPIIii8sl(iPI1'rffP,ylilPBBWi5 I iiiH I .iiiiV I household I -. Matters I Cure of Drain 1'lpei. I Copperas will remove odors from the I drain pipes. Put one pound of the I crystals In a quart bottle and (111 up I -with cold water. Cork tightly nnd J ,v label "Poison." Pour u llttlu of this f 4 Into the pipes whenever there Is nny fl odor. H Pnrr tlm llronri, H Save the slices ot bread which uro not eaten nt inenls. tlrown them and roll with rolling pin. Placo them In 1 jars. Use for thickening gravies and l for rolling cutlets and llsh In before If frying. H 1'npcr mill Slrlm;. I'apcr and string need rarely be II urrhased If nil the brown paper from B parcels Is neatly folded nnd kept In one drawer, the string rolled up In the 1 string basket, whilst If newspapers I 6ecm to accumulate In too largo qtian I titles In the home, the butcher Is usual I y willing to buy them. 1 Wjr or Frylns. I Two modes of frying. One Is to 1 Lave Just enough fat to prevent the 1 article from burning or ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

lv 1 f Woman' Trials. TIs bitter trail In a woman's life Ij to h r bo childless. Who can tell how hard the ' 4 strugglo may have boon oro sho loarnti to . 'I, resign herself to hor lonely lot? The ab- X aenco of this link to bind marital llfo i'"1' together, tho alwonce of this ono pledge to mutual affection Is a common dlsap- polntmont. Many unfortnnnto couples I (become ostranged thcroby. Even If Uioy do not drift npart, ono may road the whole extent of their disappointment In the eyos ,f such n childless couplo when they rost " 'on the children of other. To thorn the ' largest famllydoos not seem too numerous. ) ' I In many cases of haircmioss or child H llossnoss tho obstacle to child-bearing Is 1 easily removed by tho euro of weakness on m tho part of tho woman. Dr. Plerco's Fa 1 - vorlte Prescription has lioon tho means of HI restoring health and frultfulnoss to many B a biirrnn woman, to thu great Joy of the M 'household. In other, but rare cases, the M 'k (Obstruction to tho...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

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Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 February 1906

j THE GARLAND GLOBE ( f ..,.........., $ I The Garland I ., Globe H , INDEPENDENT. H J. A.Wixou, . . Editor and SIngr. H . H , Saturday, Feb'y 17, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. HJ Stanley Dalllu wns 11 Salt I.iiko visitor HJ the fun: part of the week, HJ M A Uouthe went to Bingham .Tunc- Hi tlon Sunday returning Tuesday. M "W H 13oothe.Sr.of Urlghatn, wan in Hj Garland on business Wednesday M Atty.Jl) Cull ofHrigham City, wus Hb in town on on legal busitiosM Saturday. HJ T E Secrist returned .Saturday from a H visit to his former home in Purmiugtnn, Utah. H MissEhu Booth, clerk ut Ititer Hros H Drug Store, is spending this week at H H Fife Xros, have purchuscd the Kormau HJ Pcrcheron ".llinmy iliekw. His weight H is S,1IK pounds. Hb Mr and Mrs John Hums, of Fielding, Hi parents of Mrs Ursel Hose, are visiting HI iu this eity afew days thin week. HI II C Vuriiiusdcln and .lolin (Joss are Hb having u public sale of horses and farm HH implements in this city today. HV Mr nud .Mrs Luciau Hay ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 February 1906

li Y'' 'Jl I !pjl THE GARLAND jGLOBE WM j IH DEVOTEL TO THE IN I RESTS OK GARLAND-AND THE GREAT, BEAR RIVER VALLEY - , fl H Vol. I. No-3. Published at Garland, Utah. x Saturday, Pcb'y 24 ,1906.: si , T- ' -f - B Garland Commercial H Club Room jH Fitted up in Style and Presents an H Inviting Appearance. H The Garland Common lal Cluh room H on the Miond floor of JUlcr Bros. Block H lur been ueatly rtttcd up this week for H the accommodation "of tlie club. The iHa furohun Is all of solid oak and consists 'HJj of n reading table, a card Utile, a roller- B top desk, a book case, an electric 8-llght iK. clmadillt-r and out- doru handsome ' di.tlr. ;H Tii' tloor Is coverrd with linoleum and a ,HA beautiful Wclton rug. There are coven HI ' or the tahl.-s ami desk and the whelr Hit roomprcsci an In vitlnjr appearance. IB Tbe furniture and furnishing were !H sitpfillf.il by 'Jensen Bros. Furniture Co. Hw and arc flrt-clat in every mjicct. The K -f room mentioned above Js next to the It. K M. ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 February 1906

WilMWWMiBPilBBiW13??fPSgSr5Zcu - 'ritirmmi'vi 'g&itAwBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBWf BBBBBBBBBBpBBBBBBBBBBFJ -BBBuZBB a c B, , - -- -.. ,,., 5 . - (gn)pjr wj'r .'" tBPb1 K $4 1 I r i H i 11 The Garland Globe ' ' ' Published Every Saturday at H ?' ' GARLAND , UTAH H Terms of Subscription: B j, pno year tin advnnco) $1.60 B a Six months 75 HI . Threo months GO B Advertising rntcs furnished on nppll- B pntlon. H J. A. Wixom Editor and Manager BB t be i v ."t H VTA II STATE NEWS Tom Green w'ns arrested for Stealing B ii horso at, Cisco Inst week. H Work will begin on a new canning B factory nt Provo In a few days. B The progressive citizens of Ephralm B nro organizing n Commercial club. B The Utah Elks wero entertained nt a bull fight at Tin Jtiana on Sunday. M A stock company Is being organized M at Sprlngvllle for tho purpose of build- BBBl Ing a canning factory. B Secretary Fisher HarrlB, of tho "Sou B America First" league, is tourlng-the H northwest In the Interest of thu movo- BB H Tho pr...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 February 1906

4 vShhhI a 'M&HH W J BY MJARY gEVEREUX H I , i V, 1 WTH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DON C. WILSON HK CGfyrigfit, &02, fy iittie, Orvnrt antfC&maanyi Hrlr CHAPTER III. HHY Tlio gray was flushing with roso pi "tints fiom tbo coming sun whon a HHY 'loud knocking upon the entrance door flB aroused tlio soldier on guard in the B hall. HE "Open the door!" a volco shouted IPA peremptorily. "Tatro! Flcrrol A IHB thousand devils! You fools Inside HH there, open the door, I say!" HB The disturbance brought Grololro BS from his improvised couch at tho rear BJ of tbo hall; and climbing tho ladder, Bj he pushed his head through tho bro- BJ ken window for a sight of who might BJ bo outside. HI "Who aro you?" demanded tho H young man standing before tho door, B his voice Indicating surprise as he Bj looked at tho face of the soldier above Bj him. BJ "That is what I should llko to havo BJ you tell mo of yourself, m'slcur," an- BJ nwered Qrclolro, In his usual dry man- BE ner, his not over friendly...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 February 1906

HaalsVL----'-aMBaMaBBHtlLTi-'-'- . . . i .zM household I patters B To Air the Room. I ' To properly air a room, open the 'win- Sow nt the top and bottom. The reason B for this Is to nllow Impure air, wlilcli ilwuys rises, to cscnpe at tlie top, while H the cool, fresh nlr will come In nt the v, bottom from outside. HI """""""""" BK Tobacco flnietl. K The unplcnsant smell of tobacco H clinging to curtains nnd furniture may H be dispelled by sprinkling ground cof- fee on a shovel, setting It alight, and carrying the latter, about the room. Coffee fumes are, In all cases, ndmlra- blc ns disinfectants. y I About i: Holllnc. Many people boll eggs to their liking B by placing the eggs In cold water, which Is allowed to come to iho boiling I point. One housekeeper nt least uses the same method for poached eggs, I taking them from the almost boiling water perfectly cooked. I ' B On Itetnorlnr Stalne. i Every housekeeper should remember that soap 1h an alknll and sets vege E table and other ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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