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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 27 June 1908

The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH H Terma of Subscription: vat One year (In advance) $1.60 BS Six month 7B S Three months '" i Advertising ratea furnished on sppll- H eatlon. j J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager jk v Tf The number of famllleH In Franco Is 'y! estimated at 1 1. 3 15,000. of which 1.804, 720 have no children. TC The akin of muskrata 1: largely H made use of In the manufacture of Wm the cheaper grades of fur coats. 8H Oerman children convicted o sorl M oils offenses numbered In 1906, 48,003, I H In 1906. 61.2.12, and In 1907, 66,210. H Manchuria already receives 1.000 ca- B Me messages a day from Japan The B doubling of the cables Is probable. Ink for r ii Mi' r Hlamps Is ma 1" of aniline dye mixed with glycerin. The B dyes can be obtained nt druggists' B shops. BB And now somebody declares that BB Mr. John I Kockefeller Is u socialist. M He isn't thinking, however, of dlvld- B ing up. BB A man In Indiana led a double life H on a salary of...

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. — 27 June 1908

H VETERAN Or THREE WARS. A Pioneer of Colorado and Nebraska. Ok Matthias Campbell, veteran of the Civil War and two Indian wars, and f y a pioneer of Colo- t j redo, now living at T- r 218 Eaat Nebraska i4akii' street, Blair, Neb,. t4LX Ba's: "1 l'al such ajf1. Daina In my bark 35jW '( for a long time that tft I could not turn In KjjtfL'flw bed, ami at times - '(WlTfn"- there was an almost total stoppage of the urine. My wife and I have both used Doan's Kidney Pills for what doc tors diagnosed as advanced kidney troubles, and both of us have been completely cured." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. One of Bill Nye's. Referring to a real estate transac tion made by one Peter Mlnutt, way back In the year 1628, Hill Nye, In his history of the United States, declared: "New York was afterwards Bold for $24; the whole lHland. When I think of this I go Into my family gallery, whlrh I also use as a Bwoar room, und tell those ancestors what I think of th...

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. — 27 June 1908

Li H The Garland Globe asS3 9S uef1ehed Every SaturSar 9g ARIAND UTArf. M Ttrmi ef Subscription! BJK Osa) rear (In ad'ance) Sl.M HEP mntkt Tl HL fares anetithe to ftSP JafvsrtlelDf ratoa furnished on as- eTjJSjS ahasai lit a eoooad-elaaa matte 'W, riat ft 17. IK, at the poetofflce as Bj Oatlasd. Utah, under tha Aot of Ooa B areas a Marsh t. 1171. 9 e A. MM .... Editor and Manager HI O. .8 L. TIMK TABLE Rlj FuMilin N. II PUMWI N& II BH BOOTH SOVHD NORTH SOUND RRRB t Mated 7 30 am L. Brichsn 10 p m RH t Garland 142 m I.r Corinne (M p si RRH a Treason l:4T ta L Tpnmit : p at RRH s Owlaaa 17 a m L Garland i:M p m H Ai Bitfkaai 1:40 a a Ar Mated 1:10 p ... RRR1 Ceaseeta with Caehe Connects with Cache Valley train Na. 11 for Vallay train No 11 from Oadoa and Rait Ikr. Oedcn and Salt Lake. MIXKD TRAIN. H North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 a.m. Brigham.. ..9:55 " RRI M Corinne. .. .10:10 a. m. M M Tremont.. .10:5a a. m. M u Garland .. 11:20 a. m. H Arrive at Malad. . . . 1 :oo p. m. B Sou...

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. — 27 June 1908

ML MAP OUT - SCOPE OF IB Conference Held by the Executive Committee of the Natural Re sources Commission. First Regular Meeting of the Com mittee it to be Held In Washing ton on December 1, to be Fol lowed by Joint Meeting of Commission. Chicago. The executive committee of the national resources commis sion, which organization is an out growth Of the conference of govern ors at the White House, met hore on Friday in conjunction with tho inland waterways commission. The gather ing was preliminary in nature, the scope of the work to be undertaken and the best method of obtaining wide support for the movement being dis cussed. It was decided that the flrBt full meeting of the resources commit tee shall be held in Washington, on December 1, this gathering to be fol lowed two weeks later by a Joint meeting of the national and state commissions, so far as the latter may then be organized. Thomas R. Shlpp of Indiannpolls was chosen general Fecretary of the resources commis sion, of which G...

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. — 27 June 1908

1 TAFT AND 5HERMAN CHOSEN I OHIOAN NAMED J BY REPUBLICANS j Fairbanks, Hughes, Cannon, Knox I. and Foraker Given Only Com- plimentary Vote for Presi q dential Nomination. . - 4. 4. 4. THE VOTE. I Taft 702 H Knox 68 H Hughes 63 H Cannon 61 H La Follette 25 H Fairbanks 40 Foraker 16 H Roosevelt 3 Abaent 1 Total 980 4.4.4..f.t.-.f4. H Chicago. On the Brut ballot taken B on the third dav of tin- national run H Trillion. William II. Tafl of Ohio wn I M named by I he islagatni MIWOi U M their choice for president of the Unit M fid States, to succeed Theodore Roosc M It was 12:4." p. m. when Senator B Lodge, chairman of the convention. P announced thul nominations for ran B tlldaics for the piosldency were In B order. P Iteprescntatlvc Konlrll of Illinois B nominated Speaker Joseph O. Cannon B Representative Forbes of Michigan Pi made the seconding speo U for P flpeaker Cannon. taking the platform PP lmriii'li,ii r-l after Mr Boutell li.nl con PP eluded his tribute to the candidate of PB I...

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. — 27 June 1908

f YOU'RE TOO THIN. Even Slight Catarrhal Derangements of the Stomach Produce Acid Fer mentation of the Food. Ifs Stomach Catarrh 4k Some people are thin and always re main thin, from temperamental rea ona. Probably In annh caaea nothing ean be done to change this pergonal peculiarity. But there are a large nnmber of peo ple who get thin, or remain thin, who naturally would be plump and flethy but for some digestive derangement. Thin people lack In adipose tissue. Adipose tissue la chiefly composed of Fat la derived from the oily constit uents of food. The fat-making foods are called by the physiologist, hydrocarbons. This class of foods are not digested In the stomach at all. They are digested in the duodenum, the division of the ali mentary canal just below the stomach. The ill.-, -. i, ,n of fat la mainly, If not wholly, the work of the pancreatlo juice. This juice la of alkaline reac tion, and Is rendered inert by the addi tion of acid. A hyperacidity of the digestive fluids of t...

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. — 27 June 1908

H THE GARLAND GLOBE M mW .. . : t mm H ITEMS OF INTEREST. fld J C. Wheelnn went to Ball Lake City 9fl WedneadsJ EjjP J, F Owens made a baslness trip to HQ bnowville Thursday. Hh B. P. Min r of ,iii..ii, tit here on Hfc business Wednesday . BBjr ' It. Kenimril of Hlwmlde, was In IU ton'n on business Tuesday. Kpfi Jack La'nn hii'I Minim Fowler were iHB? Ogden visitors last Saturday . kvt Moroni Ward f Riverside was In Oar- iaViifr l nd on business Wednesday . Lttf'ftC Stanley 0. Dalllu spent Inst Saturday h kiii' Sunday In the Stale capital. B H. J. Hridenbee.ker of Ogden spent HH Wednesday mid Thursday In llii city. H Tlir Misses Myrtle Jensen and Ada H Fowler wore llrlgl.nm visitors Thursday. I A. I. I'eterson of Holbrook, Idaho, HH was in Oii.luiul Tuesday and Wed lies- H Mr. and Mr- .1. V . Lewis drove down H to Ogden Will in- .ill to spend ii few M J. T. Hiil and CIihs. Welling return- B ed Sunday i enlng from a trip to Salt H H Moaiah Kvana returned Wednesday H from a business 1...

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. — 4 July 1908

hh IhbhYb. H hAVAH HaH I isiTHE GARLAND GLOBE "san I H M i i . . . i. i " "" M" " - r ii . i . -. . . asaafssaa . . . , M - HHbVbI I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY M Vol. 3. No. 22. Published nt dorlond, litoh. Saturday, July 4, 1908 I I The 4-County Fair. H J. C. Whswlon, one of Box Elder H County'i Hi-loates to the Convention of H the 4-County Fair Ann. to be held at the H Weber Clnli, Ogden. July 8th, handed Hi ye editor a clipping from the Ogden J Htainlar.l containing a letter from the Hj Davis County Cannlug Co. to Win. M Olaaaman, president of the Awn. and we H take plaaiure In copy ing extracts from M t ll Kill H "That the Dig Four-Con nty Fair, with M Ita gold medal ami rash prlsaa will B arouae the keenest competition ever H known In Utah la evidenced by the H following letter from a Davla county H canning company: H "Hoy. I'tah. June 23, 1908. "Mr. William Olaamaun. Irealdent H af tin Weber Oouuty Fair Assocla H tlon, Ogden, Utah: Dear...

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. — 4 July 1908

I 2 The Garland Globe HrtX Published Every Saturday at hKS GARLAND .... UTAH jTV Terma of Subscription: TJj ne Jrfiar "n advance) 11.60 "iSt Six irmntliH 76 kss-: Three months 50 fj& Advcrtlelng rates furnished on nppll lvS, cation. 9B J. A. Wlxem Editor and Manager 1 STRUCK ROCKS I WENT TO BOTTOM H Nearly One Hundred Lives Lost as H Result of Sinking of Steamer H Off Coast of Spain. H Veeael Sank Quickly After Striking U Rocks, Leaving the Paaaengere and H Crew Struggling Helplesaly In H the Water. W Corunna, Spain Latest reports U abow that eighty-five persons are miss H lug a a result of thp sinking of the W steamship Lararhe. The rescued num- H ber sixty five. The captain sank with H the ahlp U Mnal of the passenrers on the I .a H rarhe were residents of the Argentine W repnlillr. The l.niaclio wan little morn U than an old tub and she proved a ver- H ItnMe death trap when she struck on H the rocks near MufOB. She Rank In a U few minuter, leaving the passengers H and crew rt...

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. — 4 July 1908

i IH SERIALS! STORY i&S The Princess Elopes By HAROLD NcGRATH Author of "The Man on the Boa," "Hearts and Maska." Etc. PC K (Copyright, IV06. II..I.I,-, M.rrtll Co.) 8YNOPSI3. Th American consul to Hnrarlielt, n priie-lpallty if Kuropc, tells how tin rplK'ilnK grand duke hnil trlod to And a husband for Ins rebellious niece, tha Prlncees Hltdi-Knrdc. finally der-reelng that hIh area tin- Prince of Doppt-lklnn, an ugly old widower, rulor of the nelKh borliiK principality. TIioukIi be ii bean In thu country for nl niontlia the Amer ican consul had never hpi'ii the princess. Wldle horaabai k riding In the country night overtake him. and he seek accom modntion In a dilapidated old rastle While seeking admission ho la Marti. -.1 by a ht'iiiit Ifiil voice breaking Into song. CHAPTER II. Continued. Had I Mumbled upon one of my ,-. dreams at last? Had Romance sud- denly relented, at a coquette some times relents? For a space I knew not what to do. Then, with a shrug I have never been acc...

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. — 4 July 1908

I The Garland Glebe 3J? Published Every Saturday at JM tARUND UTAH, Mil - i i 5(3 Tfrmi of Subierlptlon: fcrti On year (Id adyance) 11.50 j'Jj Bti nontas ' kAy; Thra nontha 80 rjf'" Adrarttalng ratea furntabad on a SJ eHeat!on HH Bntarad a seopnd-class mattaf WRf fwbniarr 17, 1900, at thn poalofflca at JB Garland. Utah, undar tha Act of Ootv 10 raa at Maxeta I, 1179. vH 4, A. Wlaom .... Editor and Manager H O. .S L. TIME TABLE I ruMipr Na. n Puwim No. tl H aoirra boumd- -hobtb bouhd H Malad TJO l.-r ll.lah.m :10 p m H lr Oariaail : am Lt Curlnne M a a H lx TnaMat t:4T am Lt Treemt : t H IrOarinn. 1:11 ta L Garlaaa :M M A rlka t 40 m A r Malad 1:1 P H OiumU with Ceefce CmnHti with Ceeh. H ValUy train Na. 12 for Valla, train No 11 f roa M Oajdea 9M Bait toko. Oaden and Solt UN MIXED TRAIN. North Hound 1 Leaves Ogden 8:20a. na. 1 Brigham.. ..9:55 m- M Corinnc. ... 10:10 a. m. M Tremont. . .10:5a a. m. M Garland ., 11:20 a. m. B Arrive" at Malad. . .. 1 :oo p. 111. I ' South Bound. m Le...

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. — 4 July 1908

t M . H J PROMINENT PEOPLE I og!OO0gg9OOXHXMOOcOOOXOOOOOOCKOOOOCHXH?C ' 1 REFUSES TO STAY BURIED rl James McClurg Ouffey, multimillionaire, oil -jk operator, gold, silver and coal mining owner and i. Democratic boss of Pennsylvania, the man who IJK was i, 11 ced two years ago to be politically jlff dead beyond hojie of resurrection, has swung th m Wf ,J-ssw j convention of his state and elected delegates-at- 1w wHLsfsxf large pledged to oppose Bryan. It Is less than . p' mM two years ago Huh Julian Hawthorne wrote of TtmmJi iStty rhose who would flattei til m call him a HR AmmmfP l""1 '" ' '"" stupid to see the handwriting ou Ksi,, ;7?j ''"' W8ll; ,)l" " l" "" ,n;U,,'r- nls Pwer " mWmk Jn$$iSvWm. Mi Hswthorne failed io take into considers ffn P BiTr -sffflflhi ''"" Guffey's natural cunning, which has sav"' BjjWMwfllaH Viftllilmt '''"' '""" annihilation on several occasion a...". wVII(lllllmjLmw!lw mm I'M w,lch ,lils broughl htm :o the front once mow WMlimHsBLaBE-MSisa fffWlil I his ...

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. — 4 July 1908

I UNCLE DICK'S Og-v B WONDERFUL m. jVjijWi;. J IMMY HHODKHICK'S TTnclo Dirk was not only a groat Inventor, but one of tho kindest men Hint k ever lived. MB Although he earned hi- living by in HH vo" a iiHefiil things Ilk aulomatlc MB plOWl U It would i low n whole field In H the night time while the farmer Iny In B bed asleep, and automatic II li poles m that would halt their own hooks and M throw out their own linen and pull In M their own flsh and tnko them off nml M bait the hooka over ngaln, still Undo H Dick wan ready at a minute's notice to M drop all that sort of thing and Invenl H nomolhlng to give a hoy pleasure. And B you will agree that a nephew who bus BH an uncle like that has a treasure. 1 Jimmy llroderlck know this nnd he M took great rare of Uncle Dirk, carrying B ad umbrella for him when It rained and M watching to iee that ho ate bin meals m regularly, for like all great Inventors, H Uncle Dick could not take care of him M self very well. M "What would you like for...

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. — 4 July 1908

1 The General Demand of the Well-Informed of the World haa always boon for a simple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of known t value; a laxative which physicians could auction for family uso because its com ponent part arc known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with ita cx- cellent combination of .Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for ita remark able success. That is one of many reasons why fiyrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-Informed. To get its beneficial effects alwayi buy the genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia In- Syrup Co., only, and for sola by all leading druggist. Price fifty cent per bottle. TIME TO HUSTLE. Kid Gee whiz, but er feller feels lonogome In de spring If he ain't got er toll! Suicides in Natal. The abnorm...

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. — 4 July 1908

I TH1 GARLAND (iA)',E f I B THE GARLAND GLOBE B INDEPENDENT. Ng J. A. Whom, . . Editor snd Mner H Telephone No 52 Rd ' (Pnrnwrir Wyair Ralchar Shop.) NH tnUnd second-claa matwr February 1. 9S (M. at lh poat oMra at (iarlaml. Uuh. under &TJ lha Act af Conaroaa of March . 187. Jj Huhncrilirr who fall to receive their fTvl paper Wgatlljj . plHH notify I hi office Saturday, July 4, 191)8 B ITEMS OF INTEREST. fflflj Dr. Rich went to Opdrn Thursday. fcfij IVter Jensen was a llrlgham visitor jB "Saturday laat. do with Hit- M. C. Kir Dpt. to I.a- 1 gnon July 17th. 2t J(HH)ph Jensen mail a hualneM trip to H Ugdcn Tuesday . H Mr W. I., nrover pcnt Ut Saturday M In llilrliam City fl Mlaa Vera Edward was visiting rcla- H ttvw In Mrigbam Thursday. M Mlaa Knl.y Conk of Trfmont was the I H guest of Mian Nina Winter Sunday H Mr. anil Mr. Henry Carr of OgiM-ii are H gue!of Mr. anil Mr. J W. f.ovrla. H Harry Hwlnyard and on Bert made a H trip to Logan Sunday to visit rslstlves. H WINES and Liquor...

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. — 11 July 1908

I wIhs?:! TPiiir rADi a jn .pi ruir ""sais i U. i of On. Dollar nd a H.lf I I J W ! II AA I H W I I t thi. ufflc. ,! en ..t,.f u, M JL KMLMJ JMrmKmdMr.LjMr llMiy 111 v ""- H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY . I - , .,, , ,. -M ' Vol. 3. No. 23. Published ot Gorlond, Utah. Saturday, July 1 1 1905 fl , - . . . H I GALAND'S MAMMOTH CELEBRATION A HUIHIER." Garland's glorious celebration of Independence Day July 4th h a record-breaking demonstration ! hni sur passed all previous events. . The re litcnta of the great Hear Hlvcr Valley mad thla city their headquarters on that day and over 2.500 people Joined In the grand celebration of our Nation's birthday. The Ammnsement hall waa j parked to sufflcatlon and hundreds went away unaule to obtain seats. The grand stand, bleachers and grounds at the City Park were likewise Jammed to overflow with enthusiastic spectators who greatly eajnyed the various games, sports and attractions as they were pulled off In ...

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. — 11 July 1908

I - I , H The Garland Globe DB Published Every Saturday at 0 GARLAND .... UTAH Ly Terma of Subscription: jt, One your (In advance) $1.50 H Six months 76 Qj Three months BO nc . Advertising rates furnished ou nppll- Wtf cation. .JiY J- Wlxom Editor and Manager jJe When a woman won't oho won't flu and the reason she won't i heeutiRe. H The use of -n:i K venom Ih Increas lMI Ing In the practice of medicine, and It EJB prlee is soaring upward rapidly. H Jewels which have paid $110,000 In HgJJ duty are never so attractive to their HH owner an those untainted hy revenue. BBj An englishman has discovered a BBj new HluminatliiK gas IVrhaps It will BBj throw some light upon those Kngllsh BBj bjbjb BBj Prof. Kedllch of Vienna university. BBj who has accepted an Invitation to lee PJJJJ turn at Harvard next spring, will not BBj speak In Austrian. H At present the aulas, if we mistake H not. hold the record for fast ocean BBJ travel, but the 'les have aspirations In JJB the same direction PH Far...

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. — 11 July 1908

gggggggggggfl gsassasBassaagi C, rrr ,-J 7 CAROLINE AND THE BISHOP X ov By Catharine Mathews J 4 (Copyright.) Constantla spread out hpr hands with a gesture of repudiating all re sponsibility connected with any event which might have taken place In the history of the world since chaos took definite form. The Impression she seemed desirous of conveying was that, through no fault of her own, all well-regulated and easily understood things had been swept away and that chaos once more reigned supreme, but as yet I was wholly unenlightened concerning the situation, save that Constantla had twice given utterance to the plaintive exclamation: "The poor, dear bishop how could he lot himself be so carried away!" I am used to Constantla. It being now some twenty odd years since I be came Mr. Constantla, If I may so de scribe myself, and I was therefore reasonably sure that If I refrained from hurrying her Into explanations It would shortly become clear to DM not only by whom the dear bishop h...

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. — 11 July 1908

LaaaaaiaaaH H , R The Garland Globe BM ggfSW Publlahad Evtry Saturday at A.RLAND UTAH. WE Terma of Subscription: QAk t On year (In advanco) I1.B0 M Bit monttea TK ivJLc Three montha BO iv?1 Adrarttainc ratm furnlatied on aav STT- awloatl. n Lfc ' Was Bnterad a second-class matter jgaBI tHbruarr 17. 19043, at th pnstofflce at FfHt Garland. Utah. undr tho Act of Con- ftal INN of Maroh 3, 1870. Hfipl 4. A. Wlxom Editor and Managar n WL O. .S L. TIME TABLE j M . : 0B Paaaantrrr No. 83 raaaangar No. (1 BPjS SOUTH I... I'-.!. -NORTH BOUND BBfl lit Malad 7.30 am I.v ling-ham :10 p m BBpag Lt Qarland 1:4'.' m lit Corlnna S0 p m BBjB IiT Tr.roc.nt 1:47 urn Lt Tr.mont 6:46 p m BBfl Lt Oerlnn 1:1 1 am Lt Garland :W p m BBaV Ar Brtabam 1:40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m BaBBBa! ConnacU with Caoha Connaeta with Carha gBJBBg Tallir train No. IS fur Vallay train Noll from Oadaa and Bait Iaa. Osdan and Halt UH L MIXED TRAIN. 1 North Hound. BH Leaves Ojjden 8:20 a, rn. BH M Brijrham.. ..9:55 rn. 1 M Corinne....

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. — 11 July 1908

i BOX HOLDER FOR BUSH BERRIE8. Provide! Receptacle for Berriea and Leave Both Handa Free to Pick. J Make n box of orate material 6Vix7 Inches, and three Inches deep. Sharp en a wagon box rod at the lower end. and six Inches from the top flatten the 1 - I The Box Holder. T rod and punch two holes two Inches apart, the size of copper rivets. The box Is then riveted to the rod and when It Is placed In the Kround both hands are free for picking. Use of the device shown In the ac companying Illustration above de scribed, says the Prairie Farmer, will be found to add a good many quarts of berries In the course of a day's picking. FERTILIZING THE ORCHARD. What Prof. Voorheea Thlnka la the Beat Treatment. Prof. Voorheea spoke on fertilizers for fruit growers at the late meeting of the New Jersey Horticultural so ciety. He called minerals and water the two elements of most Importance to the fruit grower. Greater care should be taken In the use of stable manure In orchards than with any other...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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