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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 February 1910

BSSSJ COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLIY LIKE A BLANKET m " - . , , , . . , , ..,..,..i . ... . - i., - i ,., . . , .... ,..-M., . ,i ii. i - ., . ,. .mm H Vo1- No. S2. Published at Oorlond, Utah. Saturday, Feb. 5, 1910 H Genuine J Blizzard. 4 f February Comes in Like I a "Lamb" They Call the Wild Cat Clad In Porcupine Quills. March 1st usually comes in like a lion, but if she comes in this year like 17 tigers, 9 wild cats and a grizzly bear, she can't beat the blizzard we got February 1st and 2nd. To cap the climax the Bear saw his shaddow (Feb. 2nd) which means six weeks more of ! this long, hard winter, that has ' already been a record-breaker. Tuesday morning the school children hurl no recess and at noon a crowd of men folk took the "tots" home in covered sleighs. The passenger train on the i ". Malad Valley branch got snow-1 bound between here and Malad Tuesday night and Wednesday f morning a snow plow came up jf- and took the train south at about ;,. noon. Drifts of snow are piled ...

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. — 5 February 1910

H ltl MPK Of-V-ACiAPANTtLJ H WHEN YOU BUY H A DIAMOND B Co to soma on who has tham. H Wa hava tha graataat stock of H Diamonds and Proclous Stones H sVar shown In Utah. H Bought bafora tha BBBBBBBJ --""SsIPmain B LAKE CITY. UTAH BbBbBbBBBBBb! ' S .mi n. . i i i hi ii ISEEDSl H Good seeds arr the true foundation of lsrir H crop. Ou' big Cntalofnr tells nil about the B aest seeds that grow. Send for Free Copy. H VOGELER SEED CO., Salt LakeCity J P H Pennywlse Peter. Dr. llrl'ton I). Kvium, the brilliant H alienist, said at a recent dinner m H New H "Then then is ttie sunning lunatic, H Of vvumn there used to exlHt a. gOOd H example at BrtdgatOWB. H "There was a half-wit led youth In H Bridgetown to whom the BStShboriflg H farmers liked to offer a penny and H a B "Gathered about him In a circle on H market day, the farmers, t n after an- H other, Hay: H "'Now, wlncn II ye have, Peter? H Here's a cent here's a nickel take H yer choice." H "And foolish Peter Invariably would H choose the...

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. — 5 February 1910

the wrmti "mmSr 32r can'1 you ruD a mtle fa8ter- i u Tdere'" D0 p,ea8,n' 80me worn- en. IH was er race horse, you'd kick because I couldn't fly!" SCRATCHED SO SHE COULD Nf NOTLEEP I "I write to tell you how thankful I am for the wonderful Cutlcura Rem edies. My little niece had eczema for Ave years and when her mother died I took care of the child. It was all over her face and body, also on her head. She scratched so that she could not sleep nights. I used Cutlcura Soap to wash her with and then ap plied Cutlcura Ointment. I did not use quite half the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment, together with Cutlcura Re solvent, when you could see a change and they cured her nicely. Now she Is eleven years old and has never been bothered with eczema since. My friends think it is just great the way the baby was cured by Cutlcura. I send you a picture taken when she was about 18 months old. "She was taken with the eczema when two years old. She was covered I with big sores and her mother had all the ...

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. — 5 February 1910

HH The Garland Globe B INHKI'KNOKNT. H A. Wimim, I. .liii. i I .Miiu.r H Telephone No 52 B TKHMK tK "1 H UIVIION: H One vr (III iiiIvmiii'I') .... . . l M B ... .75 BaBB J AdwriUlng imic fin hI.nIk (l mi up- BBBB BBBB I'.m. i.-d 1. 1 inl-. in . matter February 17, J HX'!. at I Ik- post office lit Garland, Utah, under the Acl (if Confiwn of M..r. I, 3. 1R70. B&BH Suli.. rilxrs v lin full In receive their! BLBH jMiiT rugul.rlj , iIum notify tkbofflce BLBJBj . J H The Globe's H 4th Birthday. H This issue tnakw t In (!lol)e J tAt a four-year old. BBBJI H We are coinf'nrtuMy located m in n now building, all paid tor, I have installed a new ey lender H press ami a lot of new type and m material since our last liirthday, B and by hard work, patience I H push apd earet'ul management, B have built Dp one of the best M newspaper business in the M Htate. Our presses are all run m by electricity, a 2-horee power m motor doing tin- work. B We wish toexpreteonrthanki m and appreciation to our...

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. — 5 February 1910

DEWEYVILLE. V Morp tmu hundred rela tives and friend of the Late Bp. John C. Dewey met in a family ffnthering at the Deweyville school house Jan. 22nd 1910. The day was profitably and very pleasantly spent in sinp injf, reciting, speeches, stories, games, etc., ending with a dance in the evening, to which the en tin' ward was invited. The fci Dewey Orchestra assisted hy Magnus Benson of Brigham City and Warren Sweeten of fllolbrook, furnished excellent musie. A special feature of the program was the reading of B journal kept by John C. Dewey of his life, from his birth in Stroxton, Bng. to his death in Dew.-yville; the place named after him and which plaee he presided over for 24 years. Am ong the visitors from a distance were John ( !. Dewey, wife and baby of Ernmit, Idaho, (). B. Ohlld, wife and daughter Lettie, D. Campbell and little ones of Fairview, Wyo., Bp. W. A. Dewey of Cambridge, Idaho, Mrs. w. w. Howard and son of Rockland, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sweeten of Ilolbrook,...

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. — 5 February 1910

H The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom, Editor a Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H The new city art ministration of Mid BBJ rale contemplates the Installation ol BBj a water system In the near future. BB The next Municipal Ieague conven BmJ tlon will he held In Sandy next .hum BB try, that town having won over Mt BBj Pleasant and Mantl at the Igan con- Bmj BB) Scott Lynn, a midshipman from Salt BB I-iki- City, has heen dismissed from BB Annapolis, and his friends in Utah BB7 have taken steps to have his rase re- BB considered. BBJ Members of the Manufacturers as- BBj aoclatlon of Utah are making a deter BBj mined effort to arrange for the re BBJ opening of the Provo woolen mills BBJ which have been idle for several BBJ BB An election is to be held at Frire BBj on February 16 to vote on the proposl- H tlon of bonding the city for $10,000 rot BB the purpose of erecting an electric BB lighting plant and establishing a sys- BB BB Land owners under the new state BB canal north of Rich...

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. — 5 February 1910

I&k TRIED REMEDY F$LFOR THE GRlp' 'Dfc uA W f COLPJI A Nation of Bridge Builders. The United States Is notably In ad vance of all other nations In the science and practice of bridge build ing. The Increasing demands of com merce Justified longer and longer spans, the weight of locomotives and trains doubled and trebled, the single bridge member! increased to one hun dred feet In length and oik- hundred tons weight, wonderful steam, hy draulic, pneumatic and electric ma chine tools were made to fashion them with, and costly special shops were built in this country and operated by thousands of men. The methods and facilities of erection have kept pace with these developments. Knormous derricks, traveling towers and steel rope tnckles operated eight at a time by a single steam or electric hoisting engine, with many other costly spec ial appliances, have been provided for assembling the great members quick ly, cheaply and safely into the finished span. America stands to-day far In 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. — 5 February 1910

M The Garland Globe. m Saturday, February 5, 1910. H The bear saw his shaddow. H Next Saturday is Abraham H Lincoln's birthday. H D. J. Morgan was an Ogden H visitor last Saturday. H O. L. Winter? returned Mon- H day from a visit with his family H in Ogden. B County Treasurer C. G. Adney H was in Garland on business H Thursday. H Robert Snow, Felix Haird and H B. F. Hoothe spent last Sunday H in the county seat. H Mrs. Frank Woolley return - H ed Monday from a visit with H her parents in Logan. m Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Steed of B Stirling, Canada, are guests of M Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Manning. m A. L. Jensen and wife of Brig- H ham, are visiting relatives here H the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H Osro Barnard. M Miss Lillis Anderson, former- m ly the pianist of the Garland H Orchestra, has gone to Salt B Lake to attend the Lafayette H School. B Quite n number of babies in B town have been afflicted with an m opidemic of bronehial-pneu- B monia that has been going H around. H Mr. and Mrs. David ...

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 February 1910

iiiliBggggggggggiggggggggggggggiiiiliM If I lje atlaiA (Mote I I, COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLE Y iTl K E A B T A N KiTt I Vol. 5. No. 1. Published of Oarland, Utah. Saturday, Feb. 12, 1910 I H " " - . H I Lincoln's '' Birthday. V( )1 The Garland public schools A . appropriately celebrated Lin- H coin's hiithday on Friday (yes- M terday) although his birthday is M to-daj. in the afternoon the M parents of the children visited H the several grades and part- M ments. A! 1 p. in. the teaeherfl H Mid children took pari in "hoiat- M ingand saluting the flag." At M the Garland Amusement hall in m the afternoon o fine Lincoln B Day program was rendered, all B grades taking part. The pro- B gram carried out. was very en- H tertainiug, H New Automatic I R. R. Switch. B Messrs Call and Rice spent B last Saturday and part of this B week in Garland exhibiting the H Call Automatic R. R. Switch, B one of the greatest inventions of B the 20th century. Crowds of B people in this vicinity called B at ...

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. — 12 February 1910

Ett The Garland Globe UK .1 A Wlxnni. Kditoi b Manager. HUfr GARLAND - - UTAH IDAHO STATE NEWS HSR Ne Perce county will vote on the BB prnhlhltlon question nn March 9. B. Washington county has organized n Hf fair association and will hold a fair BB KB A Nez Perce county farmer has ro- HBJ cently sold a hog that weighed 700 H pounds, and which hrought 164.76. W. J"" Oolng to the bedroom to feed her F " baby. Iff. F F WyiUt of llurke dls- L covered that the infant had been w4 smothered to death B Last year I'tah and Idaho produced B 6R0.000 tons of sugar beets, which, B when refined, made approximately A 104,000,000 pounds of sugar. A I 'In' 10 year-old son of Mr. and B, Mrs. F.lmer Kock of Weiser was pain HB fully wounded In his right foot while m placing with a loaded revolver. BBj The two-ycnr-old son of 10. Man- BB ring, living near Ilarpster, swallowed BBJ H quantity of carbolic add which he BB found, and died in teirihle agony. BB Canyon county is Intending to fund B the $100,00...

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 February 1910

I f !! ' B Sometimes a man Is as badly fright j MK ened by .'i imaginary snake as a ' m woman al mouse I gnaLV54 I JE WSI Sloan's Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises. It quiets the pain at once, and Can be applied to the tendercat part without hurting because it doesn't need to be rubbed all you have to do is to lay it on lightly. It is a powerful prepa ration and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and con gestion, and reduces the swelling. Here's the Proof. Mr. L. Roland, Bishop of Scran ton, l'a. says: "On the 7th of this present month, as I was leaving the building at noon for lunch. I slipped and fell, spraining my wrist. 1 returned in the afternoon, and at four o'i 1'jl k I could not hold a pen cil in my hand. I returned home later and purchased a bottle of Sloan's !' Liniment and used it five or six times before I went to bed, and the next day I was able to go to work and use my baud " i ' , y ' ' dttjf ' " 'V.Vo.vi'i'':; Linimei Jl ,- . Is an excel...

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 February 1910

The Garland Globe Hi IHDMPKNDENT. W i a.U'ivom. Kflitur null Magr. Kg Telephone No 52 W9I it.iims (V SI BWJHIITtOll I Rg One ycur (In iidvincc) .. , . . ,f1 M Hn Six inc. in l,s .?.' raX Three months W HI advertising mil's furnished on up- Hp plication. fce9S Knterfl ni Hoennd-rlHiH mutter rVtii uury 17, H 1999. lit the poxt nfTIci' :it Carlunil, Utah, umler H the Art l Cinp'in of March 3. 1879 H Subscriber) wbn full in recolr tbeli VH (miters r-ji uliirl , please iniilh i lii iitllri' , HOWELL TOWNSITE A i Continued frotn p:ik' 1.) A with tin eouutrj 'lit in thai m. Ncction will remember that the A Promontory Stock Company H iiii the water from tome m springs in the hills cast of the farm buildings a distance of H iihout three miles, to the ranch B houses, and the resrrvoir will M to located within the boarders H of Howell as it has been survey- B oil, so that the town will by Mlp V plied with clear, cool, fresh H drinking water, while the canal H water can be used for irrigation 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. — 12 February 1910

I A Horticultural Socity. The (ith-Annual Convention of the State Horticultural So ciety will he hold at the Ar moury hall, Salt Lake City, next Tuesday and Wednesday, Feb. 10th and 16th. It promises to he one of the most important sessions of the convention ever held. An excellent program, con sisting of discussions of im portant topics by well potted men of Utah and Idaho, has been arranged for the L'-days J session. I- i w Took All His Money. Often all a man earns goes to doctors or for medicines, to cure Stomach, Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr. King's New Life Pills would quickly cure at slight cost. Best for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Biliousness, Con stipation, Jaundice, Malaria and Debility. 25c at All Druggists. A Scattering Clientele. "Do you think jpnpln will take kindly to your ideas of reform" "1 don't know," answered Senator Sorghum. "One trouble about bciiiK reformer Is that there are go many different klnda of refor ranted thai your audience is ntcetMi ily limited. Punc...

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 February 1910

B x x x; x. MBMMMaMMOMBtl&g H J LINCOLN'S J Bf Bodyguard f K n His Relics - HI h M i H By Russell Woodard g H x x-;;t::x::x-;;t-:;tXx:::X::x::x x jgL ii XT 'J : I'MIK are yet living from LLB lSPX ' ''" " (ln' " '" " dozen ' LLB V t ''"'" w,' "l:lv '"' Knl'' '" Bp j 'F y havo known Abraham I. In UW ' "" f coin Itillinnl' ly nnd per K Ronally Of all those for bJ HUT asi'-nch'tes of the martyr prc-d H lont, however, nnn can rival Col WII- ! k Cjonk In (lie H vtvlil :inrl unique recollections of tho HH war president Moreover, col. crook's 9H ri-iiiiii.sciiii I'M nf thci most Interesting LH portion oi hw long public career have H been Kept ivor fresh In his memory by IHI nontlnupui lervlce at the White Houne UU In Wash'nrton, of which hi has hern B an attach'' for mom than two score, H years, nml whore ho constantly sees H .injects and incidents tint remind him H of thi kindly executive who occupied H the prfpli'"i)f lnl mansion when ho first H took up hla duties thore. B- Col. Crook...

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 February 1910

,l HEWLETT S j TEAS I ALWAYS COOP I I I If you want a diamond you can tone now at $150.00 per carat. I i , Aa long aa they last we mrm selling a limited lot from half carat stones up to two carats. A A Each atone guaranteed of finest cut, clean and perfect. yirmwii SALT LAKE cur. UTAH ISEEDS Good ictdi are the true foundation of large crops. Our big Catalogue tells all about the beit seedi that grow. Send (or Free Copy. VOCEIER SEED CO., Sail LaKeCily ITESTED SEEDS It OOStt hundreds of dollars every your to TEST OUR SEEDS Hut when you liuy them you run depend ilicv poaMM The Quality. Writ lot our Free Deaeriptive Catalog. PORTER-WALTON CO., Salt Lake City HIM UTaTaTa MKN AN" WO.MKN to I. cum nHil I Li Barber Trade In KIkM Works, i aaiaw Tuition, with Bet of tools, 186. Tuition, with partial Hi of tools. BM Address MOHLER BARBER COLLECE -13 Commercial Street Sn.t I .iki ( it trull I ff UHHO SUITCASES LKATIU'.K (idiiliS. BEND FOK C.VTAl.dd. MEREDITH'S TRUNK FACTOHY IMS. Main Street Ba...

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 February 1910

Hf The Garland Globe. HE Saturday, February 12, 1910. Hf Lincoln's liirthday to-day. Bj Monday is St Valentino's day. E Big reduction at the Foulger H Company for 10 days. It H ''.Tack O' Diamond" Fel.ru- M . i y L'tith . H Seethe Walters Stock Com- H pany Monday nignt. Hl 'Mack ()' Diamond" on Feb- m ruary 20th. Don't forget the B Joseph Jensen made a busi- B ness trip to the county scat H Monday. H II. Boyd received live cars of B fine lump coal last week thnt H went like hot-cakes. 1 The play of the season "Jack R 0' Diamond" on February 26th H it the Garland hall. 21 B Felix I). Baird went over to H Logan hist Satnrdiiy to attend H the funeral of his brother, Peter H See "cut prices" at the Foul- H fer Company hefore going else- H Thos. J. Udy of Riverside H gave the Glohe a pleasant call H while in Garland on husiness H Monday. H T. W. Evans, representing I the Ogden Wholesale Grocery H Co.. was in town an husiness H Monday. H W. II. Rowe, representing Mil'cr & Viele of Sal...

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 February 1910

1 I i l)c oriatiS lobe I C O V ERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 5. No. 2. Published at Oorland, Utah. Saturday, Feb. 19, 1910 H Owner of Starving . Stock Indifferent. I Humane Society Protests Moot With Vilo Language War rant Issued For Arrest of Johnson. Dr. Beatty received a lettei I Thursday afternoon from Mrs. I H. Schneider of (Garland calling the attention of the Humane J Society to the condition of tlie I animalH b1 Johnson's ranch. I Slie says: I "I never saw a more horrible 1 state of starvation among ani- I mals. We found nine of the I cattle dead for want of food, I and we estimated the number I left to be about loo head, and I many of them will die of starva- I tion in a few days. I "To such extremity were the 11 animals driven that they were I eating the hark from sagebrush. ! Constable T. L. Snook of Gar- 'I land accompanied Mrs. Schnei- (. I dor in a visit to the ranch last m Friday, and when they protest- ed against such inhumanity, I Johnson used vile...

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 February 1910

gageBI frnb rvK or 5-aouapntll BP If you want a diamond you can liaiBljBf got one now at $160.00 per carat. ijHljLVr As long aa thoy laat we are celling BS e limited lot from half carat atonea B5 up to two carats. A.X Each stone Hf -guaranteed of finest cut, clean and H unr (iir. Utah! H SEND I's 99 CRNTI POK H A PACKAOB OF TIZ B FOR TENDER FEET M SCHRAMM -JOHNSON, DRUGS I THE "NEVER SUBSTITIITORS" B STORE NO. 1 SALT LAKE CITY H ISEEDS H , Csod feeds an- thi true foundation of largr H crops. Our big Catalog M trllt (II (boat (hi H bil seeds that grow. Send for Free Copy. H Wtng SEED C0.,Ssll Lake City H ITESTED SEEDSJ fl Tt oostH hundri'il of ilullnrs every year SO M TEST OUR SEEDS essssnsssns H But wlit'ti you liny them you can ili-pi'iid BBBB tn.' iu-s,h The Quality. Write lor our BBBBJ Fruo Deecriptlve Catalog;. H POKTEH WALTON CO., Salt Lake City gggggggggggl BBBaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaBaaaaaaaBaaaaBaaaaaaaatacaaaaaCTavwaiaaM .H RUBBER STAMPS v.!otWk gens)) MUUUL.il U I mill U (jsjEOKH. ...

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 February 1910

AN EXCELLENT REMEDY. ' Will Break Up a Cold In Twenty-Four Hours and Cure Any Cough That la Curable. The following mixture it often pre scribed and is highly recommended I for eoughs, colds and other throat and I bronchial trouble. Mix two ouncea of Glycerine, a half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure, and eight ounces of pure Whisky. These can be bought In nny good drug Rtore and eas ily mixed together In a large bottle. The genuine Virgin Oil of Tine com pound pure is prepared only In the laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, and put up for dis pensing in half-ounce vials. 7 IMPOSSIBLE. Simple Storekeeper Hut. really, sir, you couldn't have gotten this counter felt here, sir. Why, we haven't kept them in stock for years. Who Are the Elect? Two modern statements of the doc trine of "election," neither of which would quite satisfy John Calvin or Jonathan Edwards, are given in the Congregatlonallst One was Henry Ward Iteecher's epi grammatic and convincing phrase...

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 February 1910

Ki The Garland Globe B INDKI'KNDKN I HHB& I A. Wiviim, Kditor hiuI Mnur. BK Telephone No 52 HBK TKIIMS KK HIIIWCHirnoN: HHHK One ynir (In iidvuncc) . l .r0 H iiK.ntliH HHJf Time nioiitlis HflHS AdvtrtlalBg i hi is fiiriiKhcil kii m HHBn plication. HHHR Enton-d hi HPcnnil-rlasK matter Ki-liruary IT, , HHHM I90B. nt thr nt I'm . Garland, Utah. umlrr Hflflj the A.i of OOBCMM of Mar, I. 3, 1H79. SHIR Sllli m-iIIk I- C1 fill (II HHHR (in pi is rcf uhirh . l iit ih'iify t lii- "'I" '' K February. t Have you ever taken time to I l consider the f act tlmt Pebruary, 1 though the shortest month on a the calendar, is quite an im- H port ant month of the year. Of H OOnrte it is usually a windy. H month, but it has considerable H to "blow" about anyhow. The H 2nd day of the month is when B Old Bruin comes out to see his H shaddow, and, according to H Iridition, sunny six weeks win- H tor; eloudy an early spring. B February then is not content to H sjiv alone what weather we shall H bave duri...

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