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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 July 1908

I Universal i HPe of H Wh i Every lC3CC Merchant Prince Eg fty FRANK I. La I.ANNF. Bff Pr-.lHrnl nl National Itoard ol lml IP i1 N ""r rtudj "' biatoiy wi Und that moat of the recorai toll )jr "W I of tin' exploits of the warrmr, the contraests of nnns. The ir. g wqueets f peace an do! u seriously written about, yet the tu !Sb ll'"oliH'u reader is wonl lo iel from In- book llicir iv-ults Lk BiLl mill noli' how tlir greatest eoiniiien iul initiom limited colo- 9j -jBal rites, iiirrii'il civilization anil peine wherever commerce went, H lj '""' ',,w tfri'"t i t i m anil countries were created, irhoM it W C'yk'Jk ''''' sl ' "r w,,altli, progress, uml enlightenment and B Tin' Phoenicians, tli greatest of early traders, banded H together In boarda of trade the merchants of their greal cltiea, who eon- - tended In friendlj rivalry for the trade ol the world. Later we find the I greatest league of all timea for peace dominating the commerce of north L em BnroM and the Baltic the onion of t...

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. — 11 July 1908

I 5- --.- ? ggTggfl JUMPING AT A CONCLUSION. I Marriage Did Not Follow the Nineteei Year's Courtship. . In the amiable way of villaKers, the) wpre dlsousalns: the matrimonial af fairs of a couple who, though rocentlj wed, had begun to And the yoke ol . Hymen a burden. " 'Tls all along o' these hasty mar riages," opined one caustic old gentle man, who had been much to the fore in the discussion. "They did not un derstand each other; they'd nobbut knowed each other for a matter o' M seven year." "Well, that seems long enough," said an Interested lady listener. "Long eno'! Hah, ye're wrong! When a body's coortln' he canna be too careful Why, my coortshlp lasted matter o' 19 year!" "You certainly were careful," agreed the lady listener. And did you And your plan successful when you mar ried?" "Ye Jump to conclusions!" said the old man, impatiently. "I understood i her then, bo I dldna' marry her!" Tit-Bitt. ASKING FOR ONE. He If we were not In a canoe I would kiss you. She Take me ashor...

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. — 11 July 1908

I iilh GARLAND GLOBf - -- - - - m t M TH1 GARLAND GLOBE K INDEPENDENT. j.a.Wixom, . . MttorMdXigr. 3 Telephone No 52 Red jf (romwrly Wyatt's BuUharShop.) 3-1 F.ntensl as aaeond-claaa mattar Fabruary 17. N SOS, at tha port nflea at Garland. UUh. under T tha Act of Cons-rasa of March I. 187. IS Subscribers who fail I" receive their El papers ragnlartjri rtMM notify thliow jfcv Saturda), July n, 1908 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. $ H. K. Bootbc spent Sunday with his R family In Brlgham. B J. W. Lewis was n i in- !! list tin' H (ore pM( of 1I1 i week. H I'. A. Nordiiulst returned Sunday I r veiling from a business trip in Ogden. H Miss Virile Bush of Salt Lake la spend- H in this week In town vlaltlug relatives M and frlenda. H Genl. Mgr. B. V. Riter of LogtO WM H ban in the Interest of Riter Bros Drug W Co. Wednesday . FQR SALE-? lot. on Eac- H lory and Main streets. Enquire at tbe H Garland Mercantile (Jo. " L Mr and Mrs George Thorshnscu of H BrlgharnClty, were guests of Mr and H Mn 0 W Mille...

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. — 18 July 1908

I ssTHE GARLAND GLOBE "! I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H , ; 1 , : :- -zzzzrz Vol.3. No. 24. Published oGarlond, Utah. Saturday, July 15,1905 M tarn wm Celebrate the 24th I At Riverside Go to the Quiet Suburb Lcare the Turmoil and Noise of our Buttling City and Spend the day in our Sinter Town on the North. Jutt Good Home Celebration Where you know Everybody and Everybody knows you. PATRIOTISM and LOYALTY without pomp or display " Plenty to cat, Plenty to drink (harm' lets) and Amusements of all kinds I all day long. Garland Military Band In Attendance. Read the Program and Join Us PROGRAM of the DAY: Marshals of tilt U A W Hales, J T Blgler mill W. C. Psrke. Master of Ceremonies .. Dp M J Richards Orator of the dy J K Kcnnard Chaplain Martini Ward Toasimaster E T Capener - Chorister Fred Calton Firing of 13 gun at daybreak, Joa HadAeld and Fred Onlton, gunners. Cnforllng of Stant and Stripes at situ rlao by I, II Kcnmtrtl, Sr. Firing of 1 gun...

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. — 18 July 1908

I 3 The Garland Globe iNk Published Every Saturday at gjff GARLAND .... UTAH Hwi Tcrma of Subscription: flH One year (In advance) 11.60 y9B Six months 7B QM Three months 60 uB Advertising ratea furnlahed on appll- EjlH cation. ilB J. A. Wlxem Editor and Manager W ALL HASTEN TO THEIR HOMES jB What Happena In the Small Town Hj After 8uneet. Wm If you happen to spend an evening H In an Kngllsh business town you can Wm not fail to be surprised ut the almost H romplete. solitude that surrounds you, H says the Philadelphia Kerord. This tewn that you may have seen In the H afternoon swarming with such mini WM hers of busy people, teemliiK with so M Intense a life, la now deserted. WWM To Ita previous animation has suc- B ceeded a strange calm. It is as though H you walked In a city of the dead. WM It la because every evening after six H o'clock work la over In the Kngllsh WM town; the complex machinery of the H Immense labor organization stops. WM The factory and the office, their H doors ...

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. — 18 July 1908

H DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM The full text of the platform ' adopted tit Denver In an follows: We. Mm representatives of the De mocracy of la United Stales, In na tlonal convention assembled, reafllrni our belief n, and pledge our loyalty to, the in in. Iples of the party. We rejoice at the liu leasing signs ' of an awakening throughout the coun try The various Investigation have traced gralt and political corruption to the representative of predatory V wealth, and laid hare the unscrupu lous methods liy which they have de- i bauehed elei thins and preyed upon a ' defenseless pulillc through the Htibacr- vlent uiili I. ils which they have raised to place In power. The i mis. ii-in . of the notion Is now aroused to free the government from the grip of those who have made It a i ImslnesH asset of the favor-seeking I corporations. It must become again a . lieople government, and be minimis ci.. I In all Its depurtmente according to the Jeffersonlan maxim of en nil rights to all and special pr...

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. — 18 July 1908

HBP- . fil The Garland Globe ESff Publlahad Every Saturday at l- OARLAND UTAH. EESf Tarma of Subscription: War Ob rear (Id advance) 11.50 fafcf1 Ml montaa Tl A.yji, ffcree months 10 aWjji I Advertising rata furnished ea aa- Sfe aJloatlon RB.BM RNleisil aa second -class matte Mfi fbnary 17, HOC. at the poatofflce at jf9H Oarlaad, Utah, under the Aot of Oon- Wgm tTM of March t. 117. joH 4. A. WlMem .... Editor and Manager H O. .S L. TIME TABLE BBH hanftr No. M N f No. tl BBBj COUTH BOUND -WORTH BOUND BBB t Malad T:M mm Lt Hrlhaai f :10 p m BBfl t Oarlaad 1:42 am Lt CotIdim tM p BBB a Traaaent 1:47 a a Lt Traamt t:46 p m BH B Oarlnaa t-17 am Lt Garland t:M p ra BBfl At Brla-aaa 0 an Ar Malad t:lt p m BBB Conn art with Carha ConnaeU with Car ha UBTbtJ Tailor train No. It for Valla) train Noll f real M (aaa and Salt .. Ofdan and Salt Lake. H MIXED TRAIN. BH North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20a.m. H ikigham.. ..9:5s a. '. BBJ M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H Tremont. . .10:53 a. m. H Garland .. ...

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. — 18 July 1908

I I ... BRYAN AND KERN CHOSEN I -. 1 , mm wins , ON FIRST BALLOT Johnson and Gray Have Small Fol lowing, Their Managers Moving Unanimous Nomination of Successful Candidate. f 4 THE BALLOT. 4- Bryan 892't ! Gray 6a 4- Johnson 46 4- Not Voting 2 ------ Denver. William Jennings Bryan cf Nebraska was chogen bv the Dem ocratic national convention as the party's candidate for the presidency, on the first ballot, at 3:40 o'clock Fri day morning, July 10, amid scenes of tumultuous enthusiasm, the vast as semblage breaking Into a frenzied demonstration of Intensely dramatic f tribute to the chosen leader. The first and only ballot gave Bryan the decisive total of 892 votes, or 221 more than enough to nominate, with Gray B94, Johnson 46. The announcement was greeted with a perfect pandemonium of sound ud motion, floor and galleries Join ing In deafening long-continued tu mult. The decisive ballot was fol lowed at the first lull, with motions Irom the Gray and Johnson leaders to make the nomin...

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. — 18 July 1908

M TO BANISH INSOMNIA fc$d9 ROME SIMPLE METHOD8 OF IN gte& DUCING SLEEP. B Drug Always the Last Thing to Be H recommended Light Supper jH Frequently Will Cause SBa Drowtlneia. HHJ When n woninn has Insomnia stir R IukI belter rrHort In normal menus of H getting rid of It than to lake dnms, for H huhlt hHH iniirh to do both Willi llMp H and I In- Inability to induce It. and If H Fnnie : ; i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 remedy (an be found I') H break the rtiHtom of hearing the clock H i Mine the bOOri through the niflit, IK) H Injury will be done to the health H Sleeplessness, unless caused by III H health, and soniotlni's even then, la B largely a result of nervousiiesa, and H therefore whatever relaxes the nerves H Is likely to effect a cine. Incidentally R lierions whose appetites are not good arc not likely to eat enough at the H veiling meal to la a them through the R i.i i.i and II'" stomach becoming R mpty, they are kept awake. For Hiich H mifferers a llr.ht supper, taken just be- H Tore ...

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. — 18 July 1908

HADNT WALKED ALL THt WAY. Prisoner at Least Had Chang While Creating Hlver. "Down In Alabama," said John D. Fearhake, "there's a deputy marshal who doesn't let any such trifles as ex tradition laws stop him. Term ot court was about to begin at one time, and a gentleman who was out on ball was reported to be enjoying himself over In Oeorgla. Deputy Jim went after him. Next day he telegraphed the Judge: 'I have persuaded him to come.' A few days later he rode Into town on a mule, leading his prisoner, tied up snugly with a clothes line. The prisoner looked as If he had seen hard ervlce. "Why, for heavens sake, Jim,' said the Judge, 'you didn't make him walk all the way from Oeorgla, did you?' 'No, sir,' said Jim. " 'I hoped not,' said the Judge. "'No,' said Jim, 'part of the way I Jrug him, and when we come to the Tallapoosa river, he swum.' " Wom an's Home Journal. BAD BLUNDER. Admiring Stranger What a stun ning rider! Er do you think she ( would feel hurt If I should toss her a f ki...

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. — 18 July 1908

H Tllh OAKLAND OLOBI jB 'lilt GARLAND GLOBE jfi IM'H'hM'lM SWm J.A.Wtxo. . Editor and Mngr. iff Telephone No 52 Red IHm (Fonwrty Wyalt'a Butchvr Hhnp ) 5B Kntara) u Mraod-clun matur February IT. FSB - lh ' '' ' Ur,and- ". under D taa At I of CaMWrfMarchl, IMS icvl Sulw rilnis lm fall lo receive their MjW' paper regularly, please notify thi office H Saturday, July 18, 1908 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. M Jack I.) Km spent last Hiinduy in H Ogilen H Mr Will Grover Ik vlaltliif relatives H In Farniingtnii. m Mlts Mia Vnn Mad sen of lloneyvillc Was ill Garland Monday. B Mian Mary Nordipilsl returned tu her I. .iiir in (H .! 11 .Mniidiiy. M J. C. Wheelnn made a trip to Corrlne B and lirighani City Tuesday. B J. ('. MadHeii of Mi. in 1 will aim a H (iarlmnt vUitor laal Saturday. B Mian Mary Millard returned to in 1 H liuiiii in Fartnliiglnn Monday H H ('. K. Wilson look in Urn Welier Stake B 1 xeiiiKioii to bait Air Tuesday. fl We carry a complete line of casket. B Jtuy f 10111 us. Ticuionl Furnit...

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. — 25 July 1908

I jgI nE li ARL All D viLUdII asas I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I i VK3- "'23' PuMtahcd f Oarland, Utah. tuivTjuiv 25, .903 I THAT . WATER-WORKS PROPOSITION. We seemed to have hit the nail on the head with our article on the water-works proposition in our last issue as most all of our leading citizens are heartily in favor of the movement. The necessity of a goo J supply of pure water for culinary purposes is a matter that has taxed the minds of the Town Beard and the genera) public for some time past and the question of Are protection, at present, is a vital subject of general discussion among our citizens. We need pure water, especially at this season of the year, and the matter of some protection againiat conflagration voices the sentiments of every citizen in Garlaod. The majority of our business houses and residences are frame structures and the recent destructive fire that wiped out two of our business blocks, de monstrated our inadequa...

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. — 25 July 1908

iB -. i - . - - The Garland Globe Bj Published Every Saturday at S GARLAND .... UTAH B Terms of Subscription: mt One your (In advance) $1.50 .B Six months 76 M Three months BO JJl Advertising rates furnished on appll- JH cation. JM i- A. Wlxom Editor and manager I Dim HANGED FOR I MURDER OF FRIES! H Slayer of Father Leo Heinrichs of H Denver Dies Cursing the Priest- M hood. H Canon City, Colo. Calling down the H maledictions of tii.- Most llr ii upon H Hi" Kiiniiiii priesthood, and hhimting B In Italian, "Long live Italy! Long live B the Protestants!" Giuseppe Alia, the M murderer of Father LaM Heinrichs, H was I'arrli'il to Mm death trap exactly m at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday, and paid Hb the extreme penally for lie. crime. H Alia again assented, ami snid he was M ready to die at any time. He further H said he felt no sorrow whatever for M having killed Father Leo He wns cor- M tain that Father l.eo was the man ho B had been searching for for many 8 months and claimed that lie recogni...

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. — 25 July 1908

BBJ 9 jBbj STORV1 The Princess Elopes By HAROLD McGRATH J Author of I "The Man orv the Box," ' ! I "HmiIi &nd Masks," Etc (Cuiurivlu. 1U1J. lli.blin-Mirrlll Co. SYNOPSIS. Tin- American QOnSUl to narschiit, a principality c.f Europe, teiN how the reigning rand duke bad triad to n n 1 h husband for IiIh rebellious nleca, tha Princess Hlldegarde, finally decreeing timt iha M(i tii-- Prince of l)oip'ii(inn. mi iiKly ol.l Widower, ruler of the neigh boring Principality. Though ho had I n in tha country for six months tha Ameri can conaul had never soon tha prinoaaa. While horseback ililnn in tha country niKht ovariaJcaa him. and ha seeks accotn moiintion in u dilapidated oiii caatle. In It ho llnil an olil H'lvltor and !.. women, tin- Princess Hlldegarde, ami n friend, the Hon. Batty Moon of England Tiny detain him to ! a witness in a nock marriage of tha Princess to gtein 1 bock, ,i iIIhki'io oil military nftlcor. as n w. means of em-upline tho inurrliigo with t Prtnca Onppi'ikinn. ...

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. — 25 July 1908

aaaaaaaaaaaaB Hi ! m H The Garland Globe &9 ubllthad Every Saturday at Hk CARLAND UTAH, li-T8jJ Ttrmi of Subscription: Waffle Ob year (In advance) 11.80 SRM Ml months TB nPH for months SO 0&S Adrartlalng r.ura furnished en ay IpiTO Boat..n 3h Dtarad n aecond clasa matte Ql Ibmar7 IT, 1108. at the pnstofflce at H Garland. Utah, undar tha Act of Oon- H fjreaa of Maroh I. BBBB H V, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager B O. .S L. TIME TABLE riwnpr No. U I'lMDin No. II BOUTH ani'Nn NOBTR BOUND H t Malad 7:30 am L Itrlgham 6:10 p at B It Qarland 8-42 am l.v Corinna e20 p m H It Tnaaont 1:47 am I .r Tramoat ' p m H Corinna 9:17 am Lt Garland 1:60 p m H Af irlaham 1:40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m B Connects with Carha Connaeta with Cache H altar train N. II for Veller train Noll from J Cadan and Bait Laka. Ogden and Salt Lake. M MIXED TRAIN. M North Bound. H J- ifives Ogden 8:20a, re. H M Brigham.. ..9:55 a. m. H M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H - Tremont. . .10:53 a. m. H Garland .. 11:20 a. m. H...

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. — 25 July 1908

Perilous i should Be np , Administered 1 rtlt II n Small Doses II By COUNT OTTAVIO (UOO OJF1 II . Fiaoll Italian JiiurimlKI. ""Sw Some 16 journalists in London liavo planned to ianggaV found a newspaper that shall tell the whole truth, and j W I publish every day with full particulars the great and -nuil! scandals of the courts, nf parliament, of the ul 11 mnrke,8 0l fnnious families. Nnturally, this journal 'CJ? Uu 9avnW0S cannot be printed with the sanction of the 09t A J laws, which on rare occasions permit the publication jrB nf Ihe (ruth, bul which always and explicitly prohibit Ay Jp 1 'be pul)lication of the whole truth; therefore it is to Pjy I '"' printed at some place it is not known where wfjff mM on the coast of Belgium or France, whence it will bn Kf dispatched under cover by the first mail to Ixtndon every morning. As it is printed in English, the unknown men who are projecting it re already vaunting themselves as publishing it for moral purposes, be cause, especially ...

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. — 25 July 1908

H f GAUGEffi- 9OTLGS WbM A 8AD CASE. fSfl Fond Mother Why, my i't, you pjHt should not strike your little brother SPiTO thm way. .V&- Spoiled Child -I will! If he touches pW my doll again I'll break another chnlr SlJ over his head, ho there! mBM Fond Mother lint, my !-- . ynu HB know " ls,1't ladylike for little girls I to H Spoiled Child You got out! If vim BB Hiiv another word I'll I'll toll the H whal you Hiilil nhoul his wife's B Kond Mother (Home years after) BB My dear. II seems to tne Mils engage BBj nient to Mr. Coodsotil in very sudden, BH Spoiled Daughter There ou go! I BBm knew vnii would. Always coining '"' BBB tw. en me and my happiness. TOO OM BH yell your old head off If you want to, BH but I'll many him all the nan BBJ Fond Mother Hut. my dear, It may BBm be that your dispositions H spoiled Daughter Huh! if i eu ft BBB along with hik-Ii an anroaat nabla BBB creature an you, I ran Ret along with BBfl any one. Now, Just slop your thai BBB tor, and see about supper....

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. — 25 July 1908

AN HONEST DOCTOR ADVISED PE-RU-NA. MR. SYLVESTER E. SMITH, Room 818, i .rui.it.. Block, St. Louis, Mo., wrltex: "Peruna Is the best friend a ' sick man ran have. "A few months ago I came here In a wretehed condition, Ezpomire and da-mpness hod mined my once robust health. I had catarrhal affections of the bronchial tubes, and for a time there was a doubt as to my reoorery. "My good honest old doctor advised me to take Peruna, which I did and in a short time my health began to Im prove very rapidly, the bronchial trouble gradually disappeared, and In 1 three months my health was fully re- stored. "Accept a grateful man's thanks for his restoration to perfect health." i'v i ii M.i for His Patients. A. W. Perrin, M. I. N., 980 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I am ii i ii" your Peruna myself, and am recommending it to my patients in all raxes of catarrh, and find It to be more than you represent. Pornna can Ihj had now of all drnggists In this sec tion. At the time I began using It,...

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. — 25 July 1908

H TH1 (iARI.AND (JLOftft , ., .,, I H THE GARLAND GLOBE H independent. ji J. A. Wixom, . . Editor ii ml Mngr E Telephone No 52 Red RJ (Formerly Wjratt' !luUhShop.) BK Entrl swond-eUns matur F.krusry 17. H3 tM. at the past offlc t Garland. Huh, under BK lh Art of c..nr.-.. of March S. 1879. TOTi Subscribers wlin fn.ll to receive their igS papers regularly, please notify this office ! Saturday, July 25, 1908 M ITEMS OF INTEREST. U Three cheers for tin- Curfew ordinance H R. 0. Michaelis made a business trip BH to Logan yesterday. UJ Joseph Jensen drove down to ItrljliHin PH City Thursday afternoon. H We carry a complete line of burial U caskets. Trenioiit Kurnllure Co. If H Mr. Mantlna Jvnien spent this week B iii Hrigham City putting up fruit. PH Mrs. ). T. I in vis returned Sunday H evening from 11 week' visit In (lie KM UJ Joseph Jensen of the .lenseu Urns U I.11111I.1 r ( 1 , spent last Malurday in line PH ham City . H Box Elder Stake Sunday H School day al Wandamerc Aug- M Ufll s...

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. — 1 August 1908

"ssBaaaaBBissaaB I Uharr1h.ni TO PAY n) PB W ) M BM K I kl M BBbVBbv M Kn..loi, l.M, Wm,, H nn,n..n.r.n.i.Hif m a M m. a MB I M aW 9 II .lth,..nr,..,lr,l,r,,l, m JL MJLJLf XXTL &VJLIXm,l l JL lllil MJ1 v I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I 4 i VoK3' No-26- Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug 1 , 190 I HOUSEHOLD HELPS. In the June Farm and Fireside there are many excellent uses given (or old cotton clothes. Dish cloths and wash cloths can be made from old shirt waists, and should be hemmed with a rather course stitch. Other cleaning cloths may be made from unworn portions of knit underwear, the edges strongly overcast. School handkerchiefs can be made from portions of uld dimity dresses and waists, and a big pile of dusters all hemmed and clean is evolved from pieces of aprons and calico skirts. The large portions of night-gowns, if hemmed, make good towels for every-day use for the children . One caution: These made-overs should always b...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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