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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 May 1906

I Bajf gga I The Garland Globe H ' Published Every 8aturday at I, GARLAND UTAH, t . H Term of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) fl.GO H' Blx months 76 H Threo months I0 H, Advertising rates furnished on ap- B plication. H- Enterod as second-class matter H Vobruary 17, 1906, at tho postodlco at H Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Con H' Cress of March 3, 1879. H Y. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager gfl i I VTAH STATE NEWS B It now seems certain that Logan H will get a street railway this summer. H Every store In Salt Lnlo was strip- M ped of quilts and blankets to bo sent B to tho people of San Francisco. M Tho sum or $441 was subscribed In M Just twenty minutes by Mcrcur pco- M plo for tho San Krnnclsco people. B Tho two-year-old daughter of Ocorgo H DouglasB of Smlthllold fell Into a tub M of boiling water nnd wnB fatally M scalded. H Tho contributions or tho school children of Ogdcn was tho first sub- M stantlal relief that reached San Trail- H 'Cisco after the earthquake. M An n...

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. — 7 May 1906

I- I The Garland Globe H ' Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH, H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In aflvnnco) 11.50 H Blx months 76 H .Three months .CO H Advertising rates furnished on ap H' plication. H1 Entorod as second-class mattor H tobniary 17, 190G, at tho postofllco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H cress of March 8, 1879. H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager Bl I UTAH STATE NEWS M It now HccniH certain that Logan M will get a street railway this summer. H Every Btoro In Salt Lake was strip- ped of quilts nnd blankets to bo sent M to tho people of San Francisco. H The sum of 1441 was subscribed In M Just twenty minutes by Mcrcur poo- M pie for the San Francisco people. M The two-year-old daughter of Ocorgo 1 Douglass of Smlthflcld fell Into a tub M of boiling water and was fatally M scalded. M Tho contributions of tho school M children of Ogdcn was tho first sub- M Btnntlnl relief that renched San Fran- M 'clseo nftcr the earthquake. M An audlcnco or not ...

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. — 7 May 1906

" A MONSTERJANNON BIGQEST GUN IN WORLD BUILT FOB OUR COAST DEFENSES. "Welglis 130 Tons and Fires a 2,500 Pound Projectile Over Thirty Miles Now Being Tested at Sandy Hook. As In the cnso of a good many other things, tho United States loads tne world In tho building ot big ordnance. Thero Is .now at Sandy Hook proving grounds the biggest cannon ever turned out In tho world. Not oven the Krupp gun works ot Germany have ever dreamed of making such a gun. Tho weapon referred to Is 20 yards long .and weighs 13-tons. The projec tllo discharged by this monster" Is 10 inches In diameter and Ave feet long and weighs a ton and a quarter. The charge or smokeless powder Is of 1,000 pounds weight, and when tho projectile leaves the muzzlo it Is trav eling at the rate of 2,300 feet a second. The cost of each shot fired, at the low est estimate, Is 91,500. Tho gua has been discharged eight times. It Is calculated that it can be I 4 MAIN? I-,! -GARLAND, UTAH- . SUNDAY & MONDAY TUES. & WEDNE...

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. — 7 May 1906

'- BBB I v ssssfl I MONSTER CANNQH I BIGaEST QVN IN WOBXD BUILT I 3FOR OUB, COAST DEFENSES. Weighs 130 Ions and Tires a 2,B0O H Pound Projectile Over Thirty H JMUles Now Being Tested H at Sandy Hook. H As In the enso of a good many other B " things, tho United States leads tno HJ world in tho building of big ordnance. HJ There Is now at Sandy Hook proving HJ grounds tho biggest cannon ever turned out In tho world. Not oven the Krupp gun works ot Germany havo ever dreamed of making such a gun. H The weapon referred to is 20 yards long and weighs 13- tons. The projec- tllo discharged by this monster4 Is 16 I Inches In diameter and flvo feet long and weighs a ton nnd a quarter. Tlfe chargo of smokeless powder Is of 1,000 pounds weight, and when tho projectile leaves tho muzzlo It is trav eling at the rato of 2,300 feet a second. The cost of each shot fired, at tho low est estimate, is $1,500. Tho gua has been discharged eight times. It Is calculated that It can be IN THE UllEECH OF THE...

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. — 7 May 1906

VIGOROUSAMPAIGN B TO BE WAOED AGAINST THE H WHITE PLAGUE. H ' PEOPLE TO BE EDUCATED. Hj Tuberculosis Exhibition at tho Mu- H nlclpnl Museum Free Lectures B by Distinguished Spcclnllsts H Literature Distllbutcd. H II i, ,i C H t CAGO. There H S'sfBsiil '"'s 'l0cn '" ,,rK" H '"rz: -BB"" ruHS "' "lu M"n'" r U c I p i 1 in it h u ii in H (OlLT; since early In jLfi f I" Y A,,r" "" ox,llbl' "ll'J ' ll ' t,("1 ",ul course d! - I C lectures drawing Jjjrjl 1'' "'""y visitors, tho r, "- Chicago Tubercu- M j M loils Inhibition. H 1 ' ' ljJ Kuw, Indeed, uru they who have no near of kin surfer- H lug from this dread disease, anil mi ob- 1 server at the cxlilbltliiu rooms stoma to read In tho linos of tho many vis- H I torn it keen pcisomil intciest, so dlf- H furcnt front a casual hccl.lng altor In- H With the imitation on tho sulijeet that Iiiih been rarrled on the last row years, all or us urn morn or loss lu- H formed of tliu havoc caused by tuher- H culosls, tho necessity Tor precautions, th...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 May 1906

1 -H RRRE RRRRRRRJ I DoGlorBflgnamSays I MANY PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE lydla Em Pinkhsm's H Vegetable Compound J Tho wonderful power o( Lydla E. . y Plnkhatn's Vcgotnblo Compound over the diseases of womankind is not be- causa it is n, stimulant, not because it is a palllatlvo, but simply becauso it is Bfl tho most wonderful tonic nnd rccon- structor over discovered t act directly upon tlio goncrativo organs, vsltivcly curing dlscuso and restoring health and vigor. Marvelous cures aro reported from nil parts of tho country by women who havo been cured, trainee! nurses who havo witnessed cures and physicians who havo recognized tho vlrtuo of Lydla B. Pitikham's Vcgetablo Com- pound, nnd nro fair enough to give credit whero it is due. If physicians dared to bo frank nnd opcn,hundrcdsof them would ncknowl- edge that they constantly prescribe PJ Lydla E. Plnkham's Vcgetablo Com- found in sevcro cases of female ills, as hey know by experience it can bo ro- lied upon to effect a cure. Tho fol...

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

Ht aB R I THE GARLAND GLOBE H H IH I The Garland I Globe H INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mugr. I Telephone No 22k B (FormarlyWjrall'a Butcher Shop.) B Entered u aecuul-chua matter February 17, Hb IMC. at tha poat offlca at Garland, Utah, under HI th. Act of Congress of March S, 1879. H Saturday, May 7, 1906 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. M MIm Violet Carter spent Sunday with Bj Lcr parents In Rrlgliam City. H W. H. Hoothe.Sr. of Hrlgliam was In H Garland a few days this week. H Mr. John Illugham and Mi Itnc H Woodhury wcro Fielding visitors last H Sunday. H Merchant Kvan Morgau nnd M. 'Wood H of Colllnslon, were hlglitscelng In town Hh Saturday. H C. W. Lawrence, real estnto nnd in- H mi Mil co agent of Corlnuc, paid Garland H a vliit Saturday laat. H Mrs. M. K. Campbell of Hrlglmm City, H spent Monday and Tucwlay In this city H the guest of her sister, Mrs .1 C Wheclon. H Dr. Allen Roche of ioclie Fort, west H of Corinno, paid this office a pleasant H call during hit visit In Garl...

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. — 12 May 1906

I HB I $a$ TWIT nADI AFR fll AR1T joksHs I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY 'B I VoL J. Wo. J 4. Pu Wished at florlaml, Utah. Saturday, Mm J 2, 1906 T ' Opening Game H rf Season. I BINGHAM VS. GARLAND M i -. H KJarlandGoeaDowittoDftieatatthoHands H of the Bnigham Gladiators in a B Score of to 7 but These Will be a Different Story to Tclt When To-days Baie Bill Rctutx are in. I In the first .matched game erf the seasoe, U whlch was played at Brigham City H .Saturday Jast, the taut of Box Elder H iCouuty were given a treat of an A No 1 H quality of base ball; the luind that makes H oue's hair stick up straight on cud, and H ,. makes the cold skivers go down oae'a back, Barring a few costly errors oe H the part o,f both teams, the gaioe was a H good one to Jook at. and at iio time was H lit a "clncli".far either team. The game H wt; Just close enough to keep tie fans guessing, and .to .keep their cuthuiastn ( H up to the highest point. Kvury good H pl...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 May 1906

BBJ 1' BV by' H ! B BB i BB BVJ I GREAT STRIKE I IS PHD Operators and Miners Will be H j at Peace for a Term of H j Three Years. BVJ Miners and Operators of Eastern BBJ Penntytvatlla Reach an Agreement H and the Men Will Return to BBJ Work at Once. BBJ Now York. After carrying on nogo- BB tlntlons for nearly tlirco months, tho BB tub-committee representing tho nn- BflJ thraclto mlno woi Iters and tho opcr- BBj ntors of eastern Pennsylvania linvo BBj agreed to contlnuo tho award of tho BBj Btrlko commission for another thrco BflJ , years, or until March 31, 1909, nnd tho BBj men will return to work as soon no BBj practicable, probably Monday. BBj All miners who liavo not committed BBj violence ngnlnst persons or property BBj will bo re-employed, nnd no ono will BBj bo discriminated ngalnst because of BBj any notion ho may havo taken In tho BBj Btrlko movement. BBj This outcome of the rtlsputo which BflJ l threatened to dovclop Into a long, bit- BBj tcr strugglo nnd parnlyzo a great I...

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. — 12 May 1906

BMff IbYbYbI K - bwbbbbI J BY MARY EVEREUX H L . 1 WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DON C. WILSON BB Cf &&V fftxrmf BB CHAPTER XIV. BB f Tho Islnnd of Granilo Tcrre, oft the BB coast of Louisiana, runs parallel with BB tho mainland; and at Its western end BB Is a sccuro harbor, reached by tho BB Great Pass of Hnratnrla, whoso wnter BK is from nlno to ten feet In depth. BB Here, on Grando Torre, wcro sold BB tho captured cargoes and prizes; and BB people from all parts of Louisiana BB camo hither to purchaso them, with BB no apparent attempt or desire to con- BB ccal tho object of their mission. BE Jean Lafltto was, with Pierre, sit BJ ting In the dining-room of his own BJ house, of which, however, the latter BJ was nominal mnstcr. BJ "And so Lnro Is dead, and the Uarra BJ do Hlcrro In English hands," Plerro BJ was saying. BJ "Tell mo ot thy plans, and what Is J to become of tho lovely Scnorlta La- B zallc." B At this, Jean, putting nsldo his for- BB mcr mood, sketched out clearly all 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. — 12 May 1906

H The Garland Globe bbbbbbbbbbbbH Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advnnco) $1.50 H Blx months 7G H Throo monthB CO Advertising rates furnished on ap H Entorod as second-class matter H Tobruary 17. 1800, at tho postofllco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H cress of March 8, H J. A. Wlxem .... Editor and Manager 1 1. ,1 H VTAH STATE NEWS H B An effort la being mado to orgnnlzo H a Commercial club nt Mt. PIcaRnnt. An Independent company tins been H organized to build a Iclepliono lino H from Marysvnlo to Knniib. H Business men of Snlt I.nko nru look- H Ing forward to n period of good tnulo H during tho coming summer. H Many settlors nro locating In Green H river vnlloy, nnd tho lltllu town or H , Orcen Itlver Is having a healthy nnd H steady B Tho assessed valuntlon of Salt I.nko H county for 1900 has been increased by H County Assessor D. M. Ilrown over H that of 100G by $2,743,038. H Tho report has been clrculnted In H the east t...

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. — 12 May 1906

bVjh "bVAh 'BbBbJ VBH I WHAT HAPPENED 1 1 I AT STARKENFELS I Br KArAEL SABATINI I (Copyright, by Joseph 13. Bowles,) Who Is there thut has not heard of Ithe boauty of tho Princess Yola? And who that has heard will hnvo difficulty In believing that It wns to my heart, f and not to my ambitions, that I foil a victim? For months I worshipped hor from afar, as pious ones worship a Balnt roverontly, ecstatically. Despairing, too, was my lovo for her, realizing that whllo sho was heiress to tho throne of Xlchtcnsteln, I was but ono of the minor satellites of tho court. My princess was chosen by tho states of Sachsenberg and iIchtonstcln to become tho wlfo of King Holnrlch of Sachsenberg. Few wore there at tho Court of Vaduz that woro not privy to this, and few whom tho princess' Hat refusal to enter Into tho alllanco did not fill with consterna tion. She had never seen tho king of I Sachsenberg, and sho openly vowed I that sho never wished to hoo him; that 1 she would not he bestowed llko...

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. — 12 May 1906

H i I H 1 AN EVERY-DAY STRUGGLE. H Ken find Women of Every Occupation HHHJ Suffer Miseries from Kidney HHHJ Complaint. H J. 0. Ltghtnor, 703 So. Cedar St, HHHJ 1 Abilene, Kansas, In ono of the thou- HHH J sands who suffer H i . from kidney trou- HHHJ fel l)'cs brought on by HHHJ vfek dally work. "I first HHH VfetHHVfl ten HHfl StfiHVf Mr. "Tho HHH TtkHHYflkT pam 'n tho HHH tBESt fairly made HHH iiBlB wft3 HHH down, hard H straighten, hard to do nny work tin brought a strain on tho back. I had IVjB frequent attacks of gravel and tho 5'Kfl urine was passoil too often and with gflH pain. Whon I used Doan's Kl noy Fills, however, nil traces of tho trou- bio disappeared and have not roturn- H ed. t am cortnlnly gratofm." Sold by nil dealers, r.u co.its n box. H Foster-Mllbiirn Co., DufTalo, N. Y. HHV Skulls Preserved. HHV It Is tin) custom In Urittany to dig HHS up tho bones of tho dead nftor n cor- HHV tain tlmo mill prcservo tho skull only HHV in a small box with n henrt-shnped HHV ope...

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. — 12 May 1906

B Expensive Antics. H Two young inon who played th H part of ghosts In Gnlway, Ireland, wltb extraordinary success, found It an ex H penslvo pastime. An elderly woman MM was acting as caretaker of n vacant H houso, and the young men gained an H entrance to the upper rooms, where H their antics so convinced the woman that the houso was haunted that she H left the place. The owner on his re H turn found feather bods and pictures missing, and for these the two lively H ghosts have been sentenced to six months' hard labor. Mu 7 Village of Cripples. MM The strangest vlllago In the world is undoubtedly the little hamlet of H Jatte, near Culoz, in France, not far H from the Italian frontier, where dwell Mt about 200 deformed men, women and H children, who In Paris go by tho name of "Culs-de-Jattc." They are deprived H cf the use of their legs and thighs, H and push themselves along in prlml H tlve wooden carts with wooden wheels, which they propol by means of a flat Iron-Bhaped block of wo...

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. — 12 May 1906

I I ! THE GARLAND GLOBE BllV 'i - ... ... t , , BM I The Garland I j Globe ) m " independent. H , J A. Wrxrm, . . Editor unci Mngr. H Telephone No 22k M (Formerly IVyatt'a Butrbar Shop ) H M ' ... i i H Catered a aocouil-class nutter February )7, H 1XK, At Urn junl oTOca At Garland, Utah, under H theActofCnngreiauf March A 179 H Saturday, May 12, 1906 BWBBHII aMili(LkilaAiAWIMililAUklia'illiMiliutAIiiil(iikAi H ' ITEMS OF INTEREST. H J. E. SchaiTcr isitod Uio .state capital fl Sw4tiy. H Jira H. Ilcnfck oX Oglcu was in Oar- H land Tuesday. M Julie .Touch of Total Iooi:out wiu in H Airland art Saturday. H Hcrt Haws of Elvvood was visiting in M fels city one day last ntdc. H Mrs. Jos. Jensen went to Rrlgham H luridly for n fmv day i-il. Go to Iho Kasser Restaurant, for Ice M Cream, Choice Candies and Cold Sum- H cnrr Drinks. If H After n (ilrjunat visit hi this city Mrs H ? W Green returned Sundiy to her H borne in Ogdcji. M , ft S Movvry. tLc painter, is putting tJio H doishiug touche...

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. — 19 May 1906

Bb - y", BBBI Bb '-BlBl Bh BbBI B BBfl I "mTHE GARLAND GLOBE "sbm I H devoted' to the interests of garland and the great bear river valley H Brawl M " 111 !! II I I III I I T.""". '.'I.. - ' - - . . .. - - . - BBBBBl I Vol.1. No. 15. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 19, 1906 B 7 If it Don t Rain We'll See the Game Push Those Clouds Away H Tho Dig Contest Is a Go This Time (?)- H If it Don't Rain. Come One, Conic H All, We'll SecBase Hall ami Dance H at Night at the Amusement Halt. H Word comet from Brlgham that their Base Hall Team will he "on deck" to H day for a big contest at the Athletic H Park ball grounds. Notwithstanding B the disappointment of a week ago, to- m day's ontlook Is much brighter and every M man, women, chick and child of the city B and vicinity should he at the grounds H this afternoon as the game vv ill he one B long to bo remembered. The ground M are In excellent condition and both m teams In high spirits for the contest B Saturday, May 20th, Garland ...

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. — 19 May 1906

I! I HH HHi I : PLUNGED KNIFE" I 1 INlll III:; BACK H ' H Commander of Port of St. H Petersburg Slain at the H Admiralty Works. H Refuced Workmen a Holiday and la H 8tabbed to Death, His Murderer H Escaping In the Crowd, and Will H Probably Never be Discovered. H Bt. Petersburg. Vice Admiral Kuz- H mlcb, commnndor of the port, who H was very unpopular with tho work- H men, wns assassinated hero Monday H by workmen whose Mny day tk'inon- H stratlon he hnd nttempted to stop. H Tho ndmlrul wns killed nt the now H admlrnlty woiks, n government Instl- H tittlon where most of the 2,000 men H employed there reported for tho duty H nt 6 o'clock. They wanted Immcdlnto- HHl lr to march out In a body and cclc- HH brnto tho Russian May day, but final- H )y agreed to work until 2 o'clock In H tho afternoon. The admiral, however, H made a speech to tho men snylng that H bo could notngrco to their leaving H work nt 2 o'clock, and the matter wns HH : At nhout 9tII0 n. m according to nn M i Dlllccr ...

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. — 19 May 1906

H !bH I 1Safitte H J BY JMJARY lEVEREUX KV I WTH ILLUSTPATI0N3 BY DOM C. WILSON E (Gpynfrtt, &03, by t,Vtk, Ononn and C&vwy) BB C4J ewtt fii-xrmJ H CHAPTER XV. Bjk After tho death of Laro a now and BBjjr somewhat better order of things pre- BBB vailed among tho so-called "Pirates of BBW tho Clulf." BBB Now under the direct leadership of BV Lafltto aldno, and with better oppor- BY tunltlcs for knowing his chivalrous na- BY turc, tho larger body of them followed BV- unquostloningly his mora merciful and Bf less lawless practices; and not a fow BJ of tho men actually relished the BJ changed conditions In which thoy BJ found themselves. BT Gnronno, who had been given n ves- Bj sel of his own, had gathered to him- BBg self tho most unregencrato of Laro's H followers, and entered upon a career H In whloh ho observed tho samo moth- BH ods as his former commander, with tho result that he was nnally brought Bj to execution, together with most of H his crow, In a South American port.'...

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. — 19 May 1906

bbibibV' I anieieii H H The Garland Globe H Published Every 8aturday at H GARLAND UTAH, H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) 1.50 H flx months 75 B Throo months CO H Advertising rates furnished on tip- H plication. H Kntorod as socond-class matter H February 17, 1000, at tho postofllco at H Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H cress of March 8, 1879, H J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager M UTAH STATE NEWS Tho indications tills year for n largo fruit croji In Utah arc vory promising. Tho total Iohh ns a result of tho ro 1 cent flro at Ok1cii amounts to $21,110. John M. HrownlnK. tho Officii Invcn- B lor of firearms, has been awarded a John Scott medal. B A special train cairled 100 Pnrlc H City pr-oplo to Salt I,alo City to nt- tend tho G. A. It. encnnipment. H Phyllis ill own, aged 0, collided with h a street car whllo rldlnK a hlcyclo In B Ogdcn and was severely Injured. Mat Ilachmnn, a llnncnrlan, was In- 1 Btnntly killed at Mcrcur by falling from a thirty-foot railr...

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. — 19 May 1906

Bl BBB B bYbI bbYbY bYbYbb B BEAUTIFYING ROADSIDES. B A. Little Effort on the Part of Farmer H Which Will Add to Value BK of Land. Wjt Thero aro sonic economic ndvantngea BB) to a well-shaded roadside. To n more or BBV less extent the lnnd Is damaged In tho BM odjolnlng Held; (here Is a hindrance to BBf tho U8o of the mowing machine In keep BBS ing down grass and weeds; in thOBprlng BBg the shade from the trees, even though St thcro are no Iencs, tends to hold tho frost In the soli n little longer, and thus HB cause tho settling of the roadbed, and BJ thcro nre doubtless other arguments, K says tho Prairlo Farmer, that may bo BH AN AUTISTIC AND INV1T1NO HOAU- BB way. . H urged against the timborcd, shady road BH B Nevertheless, nftcr all Is said thoro BK tiro few people who do not llko to rldo H along the shady roadway; It Is always BBjj ndmlrcd; few farmers are willing that BH full grown, thrifty trees should Ho BB eacrlflced, and not infrequently the BH farm Itself will command a ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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