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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 1 August 1908

H i M B The Garland Globe Vu Published Every Saturday at Sk OARLAND .... UTAH li,i Terms of Subscription: Mi One year (In advance) $1.60, 3n( Six months 75 iSM Threo months 60 3HH Advertising rates furnished on appll- "ST eatlon. PSJ J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I STANDARD OIL CO. I WINS ON APPEAL B Famous Case in Which Company H Was Fined $29,240,000 by Judge H Landis Sent Back for Trial. H H The Court of Appeals Differs With the B Trial Court on Three Points Gov- M arnment Has Thirty Days to H File Petition for Rehearing. B Chicago. Uy wiinn lirtoun opinion ot ! the United States circuit court of np- HH peals for the Seventh district, tie fa. HJhJ mous case of Hi" government against HJhJ the Standard Oil company of Indiana, H In which the latter was lined $2D,240,- t 000 hy .ludgo Lnndls In the district ! court, must be retried. M The court of appeals differs with HjVJ the trial court on three points, hold- B Ing that Jodie l.andls excluded ttn HJhJ donee for the Standard Oil co...

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. — 1 August 1908

t Feminine Give. Birth to w j Foreign Marriage Vanity Microbe By B. A. WHITE. D. D.. Chicago. fM,J"gBg- The American craze fur foreign marriages if a VV matter for the psyi -liologist or the alienist. Prof. James JLW y would find an intensting field for his peculiar talent in lk ascertaining the precise mental microbe which produces W i M the disease. In extreme cases Lombroso or Nordau J j might he called into consultation. W' I Our Americanism is not so narrow, of course, that & we object to an international marriage now and then, i providing it is a love affair. Continuous national in- ., breeding is not wholly wise. A reasonable mixing of tSSSS iS American with English, French or Oernian stock, if of the virile quality, is not objectionable. We do not want to monopolize our American girls. Ixive knows no international boundaries. A trust in marriageable American girls would lie outside the jurisdiction of the interstate commerce commission and would only give the administrat...

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. — 1 August 1908

H - 9 H The Garland Globe wS Published Every Saturday at EJI A)LAND UTAH. YI2 v a Sk Terms of Subacriptlon: EBr On yaar (In advance) 11.60 fjm Btx Booths 7S SEJ? fbraa months 60 twC Adrartlnliii ratoa furnished on aa nvuB Btatered aa aerond-nlaaa matter H aVbruarjr IT, 190C, at the postofflce at H Oarland. Utah, under the Act of Con- &M TMt of March 8. 1870 PB2 I. A. Wlicem Editor and Manager hBB III II Mil II - - - - H O. .S L. TIME TABLE BbBJ. PuHnfcr No. S2 ritr,Krr No. II H SOUTH ni'Nli - -north BOUND H t Malad 1-.30 m Lt lirishara 1:10 p m ! aVr Oarlaad 1:42 am Lt Corlnna "') p m BaB Tramonl S:l a m Lt Tramonl 6:46 p n BBBJ fr Corlnna 17 am Lt Garland I 50 p m H At Brlcham :40 am Ar Malad t:10 p m CannaeU with Carha Connacta with Oarlia BBBJ Taller train Na. 12 fur Vail. train Noll from BJBB Cadaa and Bait I.akr. Ocdon and Salt Laka. MIXED TRAIN. H North Bound. M leaves Oden 8:20 a.m. , M - Urifham.. ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H " Tremont. . .10:52 a. m. U Garl...

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. — 1 August 1908

GROWING RUTABAGAS. What One Farmer In the Northweet Hat Been Able to Do. Root growing lias been successfully 1 practiced by Thomas A. May of Lnrl 9 more, N. D. In 1905 he grew six acres of rutabagas and harvested about 8,000 bushels, reports Prof. Thomas 8haw In Orange Judd Farmer. His land Is loam, but has in It a little land. He grows millet before the root crop. This aids In cleaning the land. Then as soon as the crop Is removed he plows the land lightly. This la to bury I weeds. Then he puts on 30 loads of farm manure per acre This Is plowed down In the spring as soon aa the grain Is sown. The ground Is thor onghly pulverized on the surface. I. Is then made Into raised drills by using a double mold-board plow and marker. The roWB are made about 33 Inches apart. Late In May or early in June the seed Is sown in the raised drills by using a turnip drill drawn by one horse, which sows two rows every round. A little roller attached to the drill covers the seed and firms the ground. T...

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. — 1 August 1908

I 9 I f I I The I I Princess I I Elopes I I By HAROLD NcORATH H I Author of H I Th Man on 1h n.. H m "Hn and MU " Etc. aaV & I v. as V (Copjrlfhl, IMS, Bubbt MrrlUU.) H 8YN0P8I8. H Arthur Warrington American consul Bfl to Dars.holt, tells h H'IkiiIi.k (Ii.iihI S Tnki- attempts to (ore IiIm nelce, PHn Hfl v.'ki Hlld'garde, to iiuii r Prince Dopple -t. I ii ii mi ..i.i widower, vViirrhuftnn does H mil know ll' pi tin I'Vi'ii by hIkIii Whit., horaobaol riiiins in the country HV nlghi overtakes him too be MOki accom Hfl in... lull. him in a iiiiii.i,iiiii..i i iiHtla lien' How lie. lltiiln twn wiiincil mill mi old man x.i Mini On Woman U Princess II. I I. it ii. I. mill Ihi' other a friend, linn. Betty Bfl allien-, of KiiKhin.l. Tin detain him In H witness ii mix It marriage h.-lw n I In- Jirlnn'HH itml u fllsaisean army officer, Itelnhock. done for the purpose of foiling thr Ki'aml iluki" Hlilnliork iitli'inpla to HH klan tin- princess ami Hhi' In FMCUOd h.V .11 1 iiikImii Hli'lnli...

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. — 1 August 1908

I a. bbbbbbbbb! I A TERRlBtC CONDITION. I Tortured by Sharp Twinges, Shooting I Paint and Dizziness. I IK Hiram Center, B18 South Oak street. Lake City, Minn., says: "I ewaa so bad with kid ney trouble that I could not straighten up after stooping without sharp palna shooting through my back. I had dizzy spells, was nervous a and my eyesight at- L JSMaBdM f,',', '''"' kdney - ff3P secretions were lr " regular and too fre fltnrt. I was In a terrible condition, fruKtaan's Kidney Pills have cured mend I have enjoyed perfect health alnce." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. T. Woman Wins Scholastic Honor. Miss Stella Schaffer delivered the valedictory address for the graduating class of the Eclectic Medical college of the city of New York at the recent commencement exercises. It Is the first time In more than ten years that such an honor has fallen to a woman. MIsb Schaffer was also the winner of the electro-therapeutic prize. Your Druggist Will Tell Yo...

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. — 1 August 1908

H THE GARLAND GLOBE gf . . . . . i "" Hi THE GARLAND GLOBE BPH INDEPENDENT. Bftit J.A.WlXnw. . . Editor and Mtigr. jE Telephone No 52 Red JiiftT (Fomwrlr Wnli't Butahar Shop. rf mrl as MMMa matur h-bniar, 17. Jjjfcfl-V- KM. at tha pom offlca al Oarlamt. Utah, undir STjP tha Aet of Ona-riH.. of March S. 1K79. S8Bi Hubacrlhers uliii 1. 1 II to receive their QS papers regularly, please notify (IiIh ofllec Wgf Saturday, Aug. I, 1908 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. 0. K. Wilson returned Sunday from a B Tlslt la Ugdmi, H Wm. Preston made a Hying trl to Wi - H ton, Idaho, Monday. B K. C. Fryer of Dewey vllle was In town H on business Wednesday. H Miss Lottie rln of Prom, is the M guest of Miss Nettle Miller. M Atty. J. D. Call eamo out laat Matur H day night on legal business. H We carry n complete Hue of burial B caskets 'I11 in. ml K'lrnkurr Co. tf B WINES ulul Lliiuors for Medicinal U purposes at Hlter Bros Drug Store, tf H ri.iink-. to Master Itosa Evans for a M mess of fiiili ye editor feasted o...

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. — 8 August 1908

anaaaafl 'I ... ik- Q li M fm IBS 5 A I K m m '4 is A T. a 3 '"" Pntinq' n ,. u. i.-ti. bH Tapkh. Add to on, Kf Iff SJ fiLJ n m Hi .iV M U Bii!k I M B fl Pi "A IP II J M..a.N. SiHtmn(. Bill Hwi, aBOaV utawntsiri TO-DAY and fcl 11 ' VI 1,3 , W. InVOBT lfl K Al H r Mi 4S H PV lAol ' Butt.r rti 0BBb1 . t tK.-.n B vf SI am S9 ami wl B I iy w t ri p EhbV UTl knaVLal uwiuii.oton an H II U VI H & I m Id nana 5 1 M V H In ES Bl a? i M, B H n.i n.i i.iMimry BJJJBj JL llli VXjL&VJLJltL1 i Ji tlli J Mil j DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OK GARLAND AND THE (JRUAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY bH VoL3- No'27' P.Mi.shriinH,i,rin,ul,itah. Saturday, Aug 5. o0S LAW AITO ORDEE. Special Meeting of the Offlcers and Employees of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company. At a meeting of the officers and em ployees of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., held at the company's boarding house last Friday afternoon, July 28th, a proposition was submitted to the em ployees of the company relating to conditions existing In Garland in re spect t...

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. — 8 August 1908

Wm The Garland Globe gMf Published Every Saturday at QK GARLAND .... UTAH PPH Terma of Subscription: RB One year (in advance) $1.R0 Uk Six months 75 BPfc Three months 60 SOP Advertising rates furnished on appll- fcJHm cation. iJSr J- A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I MBS. J. SHERMAN HM 18 BRILLIANT WOMAN AND AN MMM IDEAL HOUSEKEEPER. H Washington Home of Republican Can. B didate for Vice-Preaidency and H Wife la the Center of an In- H tellectual Cotarle. H Washington. Years iikh Carrie H Habrork wan one of the belles of H I'tira. To-day she Is the wire of the H Republican nominee for vice president, H Congressman James Schoolcraft Slier H man. In Washington she Ih known ax H a brilliant conversationalist and an the H possesKor of a keen Intellect, familiar H with all matters of current legislation. H Her home, bb I as she maintained H one here, was the center of a little H coterie of brilliant men and women. H In 1 ilea the Shermans have an at- H (ractlve home In Genesee avenue The H ho...

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. — 8 August 1908

IN THE PUBLIC EYE JOHN WORTH KERN I ""w 1 John Worth Kern, selected hy the Democratic HpPBW convention at Denver as Bryan's running mate j& ''O. 'n ,ne na,'onal campaign of this fall, Is conceded flf Asrn. to De hc leader ' 'he Indiana Democracy. j W v9H Ml Kern baa run several limes for governor, M .iiJN iH and each time he as Bald to have reunited the 'jW J oiJBll warring factions of the Democratic party and to H I wu Cllv have won over a large Republican following, hut V j JD . SwjIy' each time he waa badly defeated. He was elected trJraSMylr '"v attorney In Kokomo in 1871 and aerved f avStaSivi Beveral yeara He waa elected reporter of the '4'j!iW3iW I 1'""1'"" supreme court, but waa defeated for re f ' v --IfEaMt jafei I election. He aerved two terma In the state senate Vv aMEBwJ '""' one "H ' " attorney of Indianapolis, but some aa&stai JS"" mwJt ,l' 'i'u,)"('an always happened to come along to Tlii-. does not Imply that Mr. Kern Is a weak or an unpopular man in his sta...

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. — 8 August 1908

E The Garland Globe 1FM Published Every Saturday at Mf) ARI.AND UTAH, RBJjKt-. Terma of 8ubacrlptlani SPBPf Oa far (In adrance) 11.80 LSsjS Sit montka .Tl ntaSwf Vara montha 10 "Sra Adrartlalnc rataa furnlahad oa ay baS; sHoatloi t '4i Uotarad a aroond-alaaa matt &Uj tebruarr 17, 10, at th poitoffloa at fl Oarland. Utah, under tha Act of Oocv BB graea f Maroh I, 1171. H i. A. Wlxom Editor anal MlfllflW HaaaaaT a r n-, maM BH O. .S L. TIME TABLE JJBBJ hwmn No. n PiMnrn No. tl RBBH aovra bound MOT bound JJH Malad 7:S0 n I.t Briahaa :10 p m BjBjH t Oerlead 1:41 at L Cartas p BPBB t Tranent I a Lt Tr.aanai 46 p m H OvOortaa tUTaBa Lv Garland (iMpm H At Brlckaai :a0 am Ar Malad p m M Cemaeeta with Caahe Connecta with Cacha B "feller train No. 11 fee Veller train No 11 from H Osdea aad Salt Lake. Oadaa aad Salt Laka. H MIXED TRAIN H North Bound. Mm Wave Ogden 8:20 a. ro. H Brifham.. ..9:55 a. m. H M Corinno. . . . m:io a. m. B M TremoDt. . .10:5a a. m. M Oarland . . 1 1 :ao a. m. m Ar...

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. — 8 August 1908

M i . . . . . . . IH ' WGNmWh . A Jx 1 Ax 1 ' 'I Ajfiu 5 Ax. 5 vv " -r -r Trrrnrrfrr r.- jijuij julujji . . i . . jirLn-n.r-u-ij-ir--inrn-irit-i-i"-- SELF-MADE MARTYR CRITICISM OF THE WOMAN WHO WORRIES. Mistake Mad In Letting One's Self Become the Victim of Evil That Are More or Lest Imaginary. She Is the woman who bothers over trifles and lets the big things slide. She will tell you she can't take exer cises to keep herself from getting fat because she is compelled to sit so much to sew for the children. ' If she Is thin she will tell you she can't get fat because she has to tun around the house so much trying to get evnrything done. If you speak of another woman's pretty costume she bitterly says she cannot see how women who have fam ilies get time to make pretty clothes. That she also likes lovely things, but life Is so full of cares that she hasn't the time to achieve them. If she is told to read a certain fasci nating book she will elevate her eye brows and say she has no time ...

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. — 8 August 1908

B I i The Princess I Elopes H By HAROLD McORATH H Author " H "Tha Mi on the !" " H "Hearts nd Meaka," Etc. H (Caarilf bl. 1V0V Ilubl,. Mi.. 1 1 .i Co.) H SYN0P8IS. H Arthur Wnrrl .si..n Am. il- .11 eoiural B to lliirm-lii'lt. I. lis Ihiw m-ikmImk (it in. I H Puke attempts In fur. i' Iuh ml..'. Prill" H paaa llildi'K'n.li'. in marry Prince J . . j . i . . . H i.inn. an ..I. i widower, Warrington does H mil kimw Hi. prim run I'Mii by rIkIii H wiiti.- horseback n. in i -. in tin- country H nlKlii overtakes III tn ami lie Hecks 11 in H in... Imii. .n.-i In u dilapidated caatla Hera H In- IIii.Ih Inn women itml an old man H servant I n.- w. .mini Ib Princess llll.i.- H jlnr.li- ami tin- utln-i a friend, Hon. Hetty H M....I.-. i.r Kiighttid. They detain lilin In H witless a ,iimi k marriage lietween the JirlnoaM ami a dtaarmoM army oncer, llelnliii.-k. dune fin the purpose nf fulling H the 11 II. I dllke St. lull." k llllemplH III H klaa the prim en ami she t.-t n-n.ii.-il hy H in t lnu s...

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. — 8 August 1908

ALL RUN DOWN. tfi-ii Delia Stroebe, who had Com pletely Lost Her Health, Found Relief from Pe-funa at Once. Read Vvltat She Says: Miss nn,r,A RTUoKnR. 710 nieh montl St., Appleton, Wig., write! "For several years I was In a run down condition, and I could find no re lief from doctors and medicines. I could not enjoy my meals, and could not sleep at night. I had heavy, dark circles about the eyes. "My friends were much alarmed. I was advised to give Peruna a trial, and to my Joy I began to Improve with the first bottle. After taking six bottles I felt completely cured. I cannot say too much for Peruna as medicine for women in a run-down condition." Pe-ru-na Did Wonders. Mrs. Judge J. P. Boyer, 1421 Sherman Avo., Evanston, 111., says that she be came run down, could neither eat nor I leep well, and lost llosh and spirit. Po runadld wonders for her, and she t hanks ' Peruna for new life and strength. IN TOYDOM. Billy Block A Teddy bear! And here I've went nnd shot me last stone A at a ...

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. — 8 August 1908

H THB GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE MB INDF.I'KNDKNT. U J, A . Wixom, . Killlnr and Mnirr. Xj Telephone No 52 Red BW (Formerly Wytf HutrherHW) MLrfe Entered an wrnndelnn meltor February 17. OR 0, at the iHMt fflci' el irtom1. truli. under U8 the. Act of Contreaa r Mrch S. 18TO. TO Subscribers who fall td receive their JWBf papers regularly, please notify thUolllcc Hf Saturday, Auo;. 8, 19 B ITEMS OF INTEREST. MM Dr. Wm. I. Rich was In Ogden on H l'ii in' Wednesday. H .Miss NiiiH Winters I visit iim friends B In Oirdcti hiuI Sail Lake. H M;i r. !. K. Fouliter Is visiting H relatives In Salt Lake City. H MoHlnh Kvans wan a prntBengcr to H the state capital ThurRday. H U.I' Crltchlow, Mgr, of tba Ogdan H liraiicli Of I lie C. W. A M Vo, wa III H tnHii mi business Titoedo) H Kant. Mr.- Monlnh Eviinn drove H over to the county neat Wednesday H to transact some Important business. H Vernon KhodeK, son of A. D. Rhodes H of the Kant farm, fell from a load of H peas Tuesday and sustained...

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. — 15 August 1908

fl mmm TUF CART ANft (11 (XIKV "& I KthrntoHKtiimnymfor I W a B U I M I trhi.offln.itntllify y i.i Uwum On. Iolr .,-1 . H.lf V JNB HM ) ""V 1 I m. ft T W F I V B V H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.3. No. 28. Published at Garland, t ah. Saturday, Aug 15, 1903 H Addition to Our Public School House. At the iMt meeting of the Board of Education held In BrlRham City. Tues day Am 4th, P. A. Unknot) of Ogden, wm swarded the contract of building two-room ndditlou to the Garland public school building. We arc In hope Mr Iaknn w III comenee work on the Addition right away m only five week remain until the school of the county begin the demon's work. The Addition iihould ho com pleted at least ten day prior to opening of the school o that the denning of the rooms, arranging of the dek, etc., would be done mid everything put in readiness for the opening day . That Game at Malad. Garland' battery, 2nd Baser Glcaaon , 8rd Baser 0 Smith and .Short-top...

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. — 15 August 1908

The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND .... UTAH Terme of Subscription: One year (In advance) 91.60 Six months 78 Three months SO Advertising rates furnished on appli cation. J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager g PILL8BURY AFFAIR8 MUDDLED. S Receiver for the Largest Flouring 1 Mills in tin World. Minneapolis. Minn. As a step to I ward reorganization, certain IMfe1 I 'Judders and holders or the I'll! inm I 'Washburn Flour Milling company's m paper on Saturday petitioned the fed I cral district court for the appointment H nt receivers to direct the business. The petition was granted. The appll- ! cation for receivers has created sur- j H prise, but It is not expected to cause I H any flurry In mlllltiK or financial H cl-cles. Tin milling Interests In Mln H ncapolls have enjoyed an exceptional H ly good year, and the conditions that I affected the Plllsbury-Washburn com H pnny have been peculiar to thot or H gnnlzatlnn, bad management being H charged. The IndcntodncsR of tho ...

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. — 15 August 1908

1 - - Woman's It Is Grow--r r . . ing Less and V aillty Is Curable By PROF. I Mil h DE LAVELEYE. """1 .l TV and the love of fine clothes which it engenders nre X marked among the savages who tattoo themselves heforo put- ting on garments and they become more refined in civilized man in what is called society. But a higher state of cul- cftg t u ro and the growing empire of reason teupeei them and give Ak l'1'"'" ;l lr" evil direction. Formerly men as well as women H "ore brilliant stuffs and ribbons, laces, unci jewels, and il it Wu still the custom in China and among savage peoples. Rut. JhKbLJ "'""' ''"' l"'-'"llin" of this century civilized nations have borrowed from England the black suit of the Quaker. For a man to wear diamonds, even as shirt buttons, is considered had taste. Simplicity, extreme neatness, and cleanliness constitute the whole of masculine elegance. Women, on the other hand, still love to pierce their ears to hong from them certain stones, or to surround their n...

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. — 15 August 1908

Hgj Baaa The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at OAKLAND UTAH, Tarma of ubaoriptlam Oa r (In adranca) 11.(9 ft month. Tl fhra month t 10 i AdTartlalog rataa furnhifce4 oa a j? fUoaAlon. & Bntarad a aecond-elaaa mattts Wbnaary 17, 1WX. at the poatofflce at Gtauiaad, Utah, undar tha Act of Oon- raaa of Maroh I. 1I7. j $. a. Wlmm Editor and Manaa a H t Maai , .. 1 O. .S L. TIME TABLE H Paaaansar No. H Fian No. tl H fjaaaaj bound -mouth bound y Malad 7:30 am Iff llrlghaa :10 p m H BV Oarland 1:42 a m Lt Corlnna t0 p m H B Traaaoat 1:47 a a 1 Traaaoal (:4S p H Carina 1:17 am Lt Oarlaad :60 p ia H atf rtaham 40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m GJ OaanacU with Cacha Connaeta with Carha palUr train No. It for Vallur train No 11 (no BBS a)adaa and Bait Laka. 0.ln and Salt Laka. MIXED TRAIN. H North Bound. I leaves Ogden 8:20a.m. Bngham.. ..9:55 a. m. H Coriane. ... 10:10 a. m. H M Tremont.. .10:53 a. m. H " Garland .. 11:20 .a. m. H Arrivn at Malad .... 1 wo p. m, H South Bound. Lesvea jvialad...

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. — 15 August 1908

'"""","JFc?or3'r?gTWTrrrW1S, . -Whin I wa.- a Uttfa !. 1 classed j I fun'ral UMMg ' pi.atf.-t iv me ad- rentures. They give me a ride in a j hack throuch parts iv town that Td i nirer seen befure an' M Ji' '' counthry where I I was invited to ",-- . T 3 in i -" an sonietninS to eat s2rr-?ent fr'm what I Rot at home. Lookin' bark on how 1 felt whin I was - a ki-1. I can't remember that annv dis- 3 p : tar.t relation made himsilf unpopular i r- -with us by iyn . Even if I wasn't let :! go to a fun'ral there was something 4 exciting about it. It stirred up th' : neiehhorhood. There was something - 5 E to talk ab nit. Ivrybody asked: 'Did 2 5 De leave anny thins?' as if th" poor i S man was a burglar or a fire. People . - a. g got out their good clothes an' dusted ' off their high hats. On th' day iv th' ' : a fun'ral all th' childher iv th' neighbor- j : t hood gathered around th' house an' '. 0 o" envied their little playmates that had th' luck to lose a fond parent." F. P. - 1- Dunne...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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