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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 18 May 1907

I KIDNEY TBfdUBLB I Suffered Two Years Relieved In Three I Afontkt. MR. C. H. FIZUU, Jit Sterling, JCy., writes: " hac suffered' with kidney ana bladder trouble for ten ) cats past. "Last March I commenced using Fcruna and continued for threo months. I liavo not used it slnco, nor liavo I folt a p.iln. " I bcllovo tlmt I nm well and I there fore glvo my highest commendation to the curollvo qualities of Pcruna." Po-ru-na For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Geo. II. blinscr, Grant, Ontario, Can., wiites: " I liud not been well for about four years. had kidney trouble, and, In tact, felt badly nearly all the time. "Tills summer I pot so very bad. I ' thought I would try l'cruna, so I wroto 1 to you and begun utonco to tako Fcruna yPtnd Manalin. "I took only two bottles of Pcruna and ono of Mnnulin, and now I feci better than I have for homo time. "I feel that Pcruna and Manalin cured ' mo and mudc a different woman of mo altogether. I bless tho day I picked up the ilttlo book nnd read of your Pcr...

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 May 1907

bbbbsf ' s H'. I K Tlth GARLAND GLOBE 1 sH' - - ...-- l H ! THE GARLAND GW)8K ! H J A.TCixom, , s Bdiijaii(l.Miigr..j H Telephone Wo 32. Rlj! H " truKw-t WfHtft UuliWShsp. , M Entered M KvnUrJllu wntoir. tfelitmu I?, , IMt. at t wilt .(l afctinrliwtJ, UuOl, uiJvr H tht At cf CvetvM t Mrh 3, WW. H t BuWrlbvr wta tU tv mvcIyv their H j, papers regularly, pla notify tab QiHi.tJ H , Saturday, May iS, 1907. bsbbbI ' e - ; ITEMS OF INTEREST. H V A Nordqulst returned Sunday rr M j; nlng from a trip to Ogdeu. H 1 ,loe Hrowu, who hai been In Ogden for tome time past, came home Sunday. B Miss Maggie Jorgenscu of Logan 1. H Tlsltlog In town tht! guest of her sister, H Mm. Wright Evans. H May 21th, At tlio Fielding hull, a grand ball will bo ghoii that protnl'es to be M tho bust of thnseasou, H ' Gen. Mgr. R F Kltcr of Hltcr llros. M Drug Co, was in town on business mat M J trni Saturday and Sunday. IA1 Richens, proprietor of the Gen. Saloon of Heber City, Utuh, was in town on business Wednea- ...

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 May 1907

' aLH M ., ,-M.. aaaw. wak. '''aaal 1U"IS1I a II r fADI AISITI PI flRF 'llflp tho aum of Ono Dollar and a Half H H H JH Vft H Ta I I 1 B B F A I -a al aW I V I ' aaal DEVOIED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.2. No. 16. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 25, 1907 U Sad Death of Miss Elva Boothe. One of Our Most Estimable Young Ladies Gone to Rest. Tuesday rooming at 8:30, the residents of tills city nn,d comtnuulty were palu fully shocked by learning of the sad news Hint the spirit of .Miss Elva lioothe, one of our city's most bright and lovable young ladles, had takon its flight to tbe life beyond, ( MNs Hootho vv as the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs, II. L. Rootho who rcsldo in the northern part of town. She bad been an employee of llltcr Ilros, Drug Co. for the iit year and nlno months, but owing to ill health gave up the position a few months ago and has been confined to her bed ever since. From n severe cold her case developed lulu pneumonia an...

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 May 1907

Miptiji " -"" "-f""' -i Tir-ihirViiiiifcMii nrl . wP'' mm " f The Garland Globe V Publlihed Every Saturday at '"I 'GARLAND .... UTAH if , Term of Subscription: k , -One year (In advances) fl.EO I t Blx months 76 ' Throe months SO ' Advertising ratos furnished on nppll- K cation. K J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager IMPERIAL CONFERENCE ENDS I RESULTS II DISAPPOINTMENT s,. , ' Visiting Premiers Have Eaten Many Dinners In London Town, Out do I Little Business. i London. Tho Imperial coiifcronco wound up Tuesday, and If tho attend ing colonial prcmlora spoke out their feelings to tho public ns they did to their acquaintances, they would call it a failure. A moro dojected group of statesmen seldom has been Been. Coming with high hopes of a preferential trade scheme and elaborate programs fot Imperialistic legislation, thoy hove succeeded in pressing upon tho gov ernment only a few minor projects. The popular Interest In tho gather ing, which at first was widespread, dwindled steadily until n...

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 May 1907

t P THE DELUGE I . jMVTOGlMHAMPniJLn, 9 DANGER SIGNALS. U At thtit time I did not myaolf go S ever tho bills before tbo legislatures II of those states In which I had lntor- ests. 1 trusted that work to my law E yors and, llko every man who over 1 absolutely trusted an Important tllvl fl slon of his .affairs to another, I was 9 soverely punished. Ono morning my K oyo happened to light upon a minor fl pnragraph In u newspaper a list of S the "small bills yesterday approved I by tho governor." In tho list was ono II "defining the power of sundry com m missions." Thoso words seemed to H mo somehow to spell "Jokor." Hut J -why did I call up my lawyers to ask I them about It? It's a mystery to mo. R All I know Is that, busy as I was, H something Inside mo compelled mo to drop everything clso and hunt that B "jokor" down. w ' I got Saxc then senior partner In EH Browne, Saxo & Klnsteln on tho B 'phone, nnd said: "Just sco and tell fl mo, will you, what Is tho 'bill defining mR tho pow...

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 May 1907

T''" ill '' ' THE OAKLAND GLOBE. 1 ffl H The Garland Globe H, Published Every Saturday at j GARLAND UTAH. Hj Terms of Subscription: H' Ono year (In advance) 81. SO H Six months 75 Hj Threo months CO Hj Advertising rates furnished on a? H plication. H .. . , , . , Entered ati sccond-clasn matter R February 17, 1900, at tho postofTtco at V Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H Kress of March 3, 1879. H'i J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Mnnaner Saturday, May 25, 1907 aaaaaj 5. TTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTT i A gentleman from town called !at our office one day this week and revealed to us some contli tionH existing in our city that must be remedied and the guilty party m or parties severely punished if m they continue in the path they are m traveling. The matter, he states, Hf is in substance as follows: f Boys from 12 to id years of l age arc making a practice of pro- K curing beer and whiskey not W from the saloons or the bartend- jj era for they do not dispose of f intoxicants to miners, ...

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 May 1907

Utf AH STATE NEWSi - i 'Work -has 'begun on "tho mew 'bnnkj building .nt35ph.rulm. ' Boot farmers' In tho Wlclnlty 'of Mo-: Tonl hnvo had their crops destroyed a second ttmo by frost. Joseph 'A. 'McMurrln, of Salt Lake City, 'was badly (Injured ln a runaway at McQrath, Canada, dnst week. . Gophers pushed into tho letter boa 1 it Cedar City postoluco and do 1 A ptroyed a large amount of valuable J mail. I J. E. Gundcrson of Mt. Pleasant n was severely injured by falling from 8 a scaffold on which ho was at wort M painting. a Slnco gambling haB been stopped H at Park City, the city council haB do U elded to dispense with tho service!, ij of two policemen, ffl Tho blacksmiths of American Fori jl And L.ehl will organize for tho pur 'M joso of maintaining uniform prlcoi H ,'or all kinds of work. 8jj Tho homo of Jacob Bastion neni 3 Washington, Utah, took flro from tin ffl stovepipe and burned down, nearlj everything in tho houso bolng do 3 ttroyed. f Tho annual session of tho statt J cou...

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 May 1907

H I! r . " H Make Hay While the Hj Sun Shines HH And sreure one c our lell'dumping Hf hay rjket, that will facilitate your work iand save labor and patience. Our McCORMICK tell'dumping hay rake HHl ' hat to many Improvement! to rcconv HHJ mend It to the farmer, and It to well ! made, that he will tee on a critical cx HBl animation that he it securing the bett HH value for hit money in this line. HH Sole Agents for MeCormlck Machine!, HHJ Dain Wagcm, Red Tag Twin:, Etc, HHfl I r Wrltoorcnll, HalUfHCtory terms ami price 1 1 Consolidated Wagon & Machine Gompany HBl Leidlnc Implement Dealers Utah and Idaho HBl Ceorte T. OJell, General Munajer HHh Houjij at Salt LaKf, Ojdtn, Logan, HHH Idaho Fait j and Montptlhr, I JUNE BRIDES Should havo o flno Wodding Ring. HBU Our rings havo boon colobratod for ! ! tholr (Ino quality and finish for half ! ft a oentury. Mado only In ono ploco of 18 k or 22k solid sold. 1 iy B""vBSTABllSHlw' Ml wU "SPX M - 'WrMAIN ST. M SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. PATENTS...

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 May 1907

WORN TO A SKELETON. A Wonderful Restoration Caused a Sensation In a Pennsylvania Town. Mrs. Charles N. Preston, of Elkland, Pa., says: "Three years ago I found that my housework M0 ' was becoming a bur- 'aBr den. I tired easily, Ktt bad no ambition and tSF fsfm was fading fast. My ? r.w complexion got yol Y ,jg low and I lost over 5 JjL 'y BO pounds. My thirst I KfiWaL waB terrible, and t m&SdFpQte- t'icr0 waa 8Usar 'n " mKn '" tho kidney secretions. My doctor kept mo on a strict diet, but i 1 as his mcdlclno was not helping me, 1 I began using Doan's Kidney Pills. 1 They helped mo at once, and soon all I traces of sugar disappeared. I have X regained my former wolght and am I perfectly well." 1 Sold by all dealers. GO cents "a box. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Ire The Apt Pupil. 8 The phllanthroplcal Fifth avenue lady was visiting a lower East Side I Sunday school. To test tho aptness j of a particularly Indigent cluster of pupils, sho tool; tho class in hand to i questio...

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 May 1907

B THE GARLAND GLOBE H HI THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. H J A Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. B Telephone No 52 Red I (Formerly Wyalt'a IluUlior (iop.) Entered o Bccond-claaii mutlvr February 17, 1WC, at th pon odlca at Gnrlnnd, Utah, under tlio Act of Conitreai of March 3, 1879. rhibscriburs who full to reecho tltt-Ir impure regularly, plonso notify thlsolllco Saturday, May 25, 1907. H '' ITL OF INTEREST. H 4 Moru ti 10 grass. H j M. A. llootlio was 11 Hrlglmm visitor M fj I'ucdny. H . 0 W Lawrence of Corlnnu win lie if M Wednesday. H ' ' Alia. Leo Clnytoii was a visitor to Hrlg- M )im .Sunday, H It Qtisttiv Mlchaclls wiiii In Ogden on H business Tuesday. l W J Fife returned Sunday from a trip H to Twin Falls, Iilnlio. If , Miss Lulu Keller of Mnutua was In Hf town 11 few days this week. r J, F. Owens made a business trip to IOgtlcn tlio foiu pnrt of tlio week. A. Zink, n hor.so-buyer from Nebraska, spent the foro pnrt of tlio week in inn 11. Mr. ntul Sir, .tos. II. Wnllls weie Riighnm...

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 June 1907

I rinr PAmim niw 1 H ford to be without yur os HJ M H H V V BL I B fl B L& ! Envelop. Curd, fiuli.r Wiw- tH M Adil your name to onr H kB BM M - K AbT H k 1 a T H pen. tic? If no, wr print tint H H htof suUcrib TO-DAY md VH fM H V m WW H K I H H H V M H H m ntthittmconnJransUKfrru( H B gt thaLoBKKtlmi n year for H M M .a B B M BH 1 H M aW B B 1W H M wanu and euumntM anllif auion H the.mnofOn.DolUr.nd. Half Jj M M AM. 1 M AJf jF MLJ MLjM H H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H M Vol.2. No. 17. Published at Garland, Utoh. Saturday, June I, 1907 H Base Ball Notes. BBBBii K Garland's gray nine waxed it to River- H side's bunch of blues to the tuno of 17 to Hi 10, Thursday afternoon at the Athletic H, Pnrk ball grounds, it was one- of the H' longest games ever played B In Garland and the scorer used enough H chalk to do the schools of Box Rider for H the next ten years, In writing the score H on the board. Both teams took pleasure H in throwing the ha...

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. — 1 June 1907

f 4 fi' H The Garland Globe Bftflj Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH BBfl Terms of Subscription: BAB Ono year (In advance) $1.60 Bfl Six months 75 BBfl Three niontha 50 BBfl Advertising rates furnished on nppll HBflJ Km J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I TROUBLES HAVE I ONLY JUST BEGUN H Recent Central American War H the Prelude to a Series H of Bitter Struggles BBl Only a Question of Time Until Presl- BBl dent Flgueroa of Salvador Will H De Confronted With a HHJ Most Formidable HHJ Revolution. HBJ H City of Mexico. Mexican troops HHJ ' nro being moved to tlio Cluntcmalan HHJ frontier over tlio I'an-Amorlcnn mil- BHl rond, according to advices received HflJ,. Jiere. In what numbers or for what HHJ litirposo theso soldiers' are being BH moved southward Is not known out- BBl sldo of official circles. BBl It wns- also learned that tlio war BBJ department had cotintormanded tho BBl order dispatching tho Mexican gun HflJ boat Tamplco to tho port of Sun Jos HflJ do Guntciunla ...

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 June 1907

! THE DELUCJE I By DAVID GRAHAM PMLLIRS, Author of "mECOSZMr I CHAPTER VII. Continued. 1BLACKLOCK GOES INTO TRAIN INQ. I shall novor forget tho smallest detail of that dinner It was a purely "family" nffalr, only tho Ellerslys and T. 1 can feel now tho opprcssivo at mosphere, the look ns of impending sacrilege upon tho faces of tho old servants; I can seo Mrs. Ellorsly try ' Ing to condescend to bo "gracious,' and treating mo as If I wero Homo sort of museum freak or tncnagerlo exhibit. I can seo Anita. Sho was like a statue ; of snow; she spoko not a word; It sho I lifted her eyes, I failed to noto it. And ' when I was leaving I with my collar wilted from tho fierce, nervous stitaln i I had been enduring Mrs. Kllorsly, In that volco of hers Into which I don't ' believe any slmdo of a real human emotion ever penetrated, said: "You 1 1 must come to seo us, Mr. Hlacklock. I "Wo aro always at homo after live." , p I lookd at Miss Kllorsly. Sho was whlto to the lips now, and tho span gl...

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 June 1907

H THE OAKLAND GLOBE. ' The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH. Terma of 8ubicrlptlon: H One year (In advance) J1.B0 H Bix months "5 B Three monthR 50 B Advertising ratos furnlfihrd on ap- H plication. H I B Rntorcd n second-class mutter H February 17, 1006, at tho iiostoftlco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act ot Con- H gro8H ot March 3, 187D. H i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, June i, 1907 H The Moyer-liaywood case H stands a (air chance of attracting H almost as much attention as that M of Harry Thaw. H He may not be a King, but the H boy born of American parentage H may become President ho matter H what his lineage. M A Pittsburg burglar has made M a new record by not only robbing a wedding guests but stealing a M kiss from the bride. M Despite his oft-repeated state- H ment that he has given up scrap- m PmB Jonn L. Sullivan now ack- H nowledges that he is to be married H Scientists who are endeavoring M to discover the color of the moon, M s...

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 June 1907

iwm SMTE SEWS An "effort will 'bo made to test tho dry farms of Cedar walley for nub terranean wnter. Tho farmers of nurthcru Utah are rejoicing over 'tho recent rains, which (insure heavy crops. , licet thinning Is progressing favor ably at Wlllard and all Indications point to a-good crop. Illchard H. Atkln, a citizen of St. f Gcoi-ge, was arrested on a charge of ' boiling liquor to Indians. Jock Branson, who stolo a dozen eggs from a Salt Lake merchant, was eentenced to fifty days In jail. Governor Cutler nnd Attorney Gen 'Oral Breedon addressed tho grndu-' ntcs of the Park City schools at tho 'Commencement oxerclBcs Inst week. Over 100,000 acres of land linvo been acquired by settlers In Cedar Tulley during tho past year, either by homcstcadlng or purchase lfrom tho state. The Mnntl Telephone company has filed articles of Incorporation, and Trill build n, telcphdno system In San- Ipcto county and tho southern part of tho state. Tho annual session of tho grand lodge of Knights of ...

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 June 1907

I AnmS H --i S HOY and man, Col. Bryant H 7A had been a soldier. As a boy H1 ii '''s anilItIon had been a cadet- H nJilp at West l'olnt, and the Hl irmy as a Ufa caroor. Messed with Hi wealthy parents, tlioio scorned nothing PH In the way to tho uccompllshment of H bis Ideal when tho opportune time ar- H rived. At IB ho began a course of H study that would fit him to pasB the H required examination and admit him H to tho United States mllltaiy acad- H tmy. At 18 tho opportunity came. H 1'horo was a vacancy at tho academy H to be filled by appointment from his H oougresslonul district, and ho entered H oagorly Into tho competition, for tho H oovetod place, fooling confident of H winning tho prlzo. H Ills most formidable opponent wan H Billy Edwards, tho son of a strug- H ding clergyman, Into whoso path fate H had thrown no special opportunities. H but who had Improved evory chance H for study that had been given him, H and who wished the appointment H morely as a means of securing a ...

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 June 1907

Nothing I Ate Agreed With -Me. YlWjTmfgWWWggLjJw jf tiff iS 8 8&&$$&$':ft IBiimfiaMmgUMMmMMmMMamxSXo UBS. LENORA BODENHAMEB. Mrs. Lonora ltoilcnhnmcr, R. P. D. 1. Hoy 1)0, Keinurstillo, N. C, writes: " I suffered with stomach trouble nmV indigestion for mhiu time, nntl nothing that I nto ugroeil with mo. 1 was very nervous and experienced a continual feeling of uneasiness and fear. I toolc medicine, from tho doetor, but it did mu no good. " I found in onu of your Fcrunu booU-j ii description of my symptoms. I then wrotu to Dr. Hnrtmun for advice. Ho mild I had catarrh of tho Htomnch. I j look Pertinu and Manallti and followed r Ids directions and can now say Unit I feel as well us I ever did. " I hope that all who nro nfllictcd with tho Bamo symptoms will tnku reruna, as it hns certainly cured me. " The above isonly ono of hundreds who have written similar letters to Dr. Knrtman. Just one such case as this entitles l'eiuna to tho candid consider ation of every one simila...

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 June 1907

V THE GARLAND GLOBE r ..... . i"N- iHE GARLAND GLOBE Hj INDEPENDENT. W J A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. H: Telephone No 52 Red H) (Formerly Wyatt's Butcher Shop.) ( V EnUimt l accond'Claiw mutter February 17, ! Hj 1906, at lli ikmI ofTlce at flarlnml. Utah, under H, tlia Act of Comrroia of March 3, 1879. I . ' - - I H' Subscribers w ho full to recchc their H paprrs regularly, please notify this ofllce i H Saturday, June i , 1907. M rtttTtTTTtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H A numlicr of our people spent Decora- H tloti Day in llrigham. H .1 U Whcclun was n Salt Lake ltltor H Haturday and Sunday. H J S niugham of Snowvlllc was In ton n ' H on business yesterday. aH H Miss Mary Olsen went to Ogden Wed- H. ncsdsy to visit relatives. H Maroni Jensen returned Sunda) ecn H log from n trip to l'rov'o. H It Gualav Mli'linrlU hihI Joseph Jcu'cn H were Prigham visitors Sunday. H I) It .Marble of Dewey vlllo whs trans-' H acting business in town Mnmlny. H Peter Jensen is erecting 11 fin...

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 June 1907

1 M f(r . , ., , '' !' '.'' '' ,r"' , ' l-fl "J. ' " ...,- f rr ?",,, --n r ' v;.f "bbbTHE GARLAND GLOBE "Mi I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY M Vol.2. No. 15. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Junes, 1907 M Business Men Cross Bats. Last Saturday's game between Oar land's and Trcmont's prominent business , men was a league contest tbat profes sionals of New York, Boston, Pcnnsyl. tucky or San Frao-Chlcago would have given a suit of clothes to have witnessed, aud tbn Trcmont editor missed it all. Tulk about your base ball games, why New York fans would go Into hysterics if tlicy could see a game like It but they'll never witness such a brlfllant contest in so small a city as New York. TrciiiouiN crowd In attendance, outside the "0", was small and far between al though nine men taken out of that ton n nil at once must hare wonderfully de " triascd the population. The game was full of ginger from start to finish, features of tbo contest being thu...

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 June 1907

I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH H Terms of Subscription: 1 Ono year (In advanco) $1.50 H Six months 5 M Throe months 50 H Advertising rates furnished on appll- B cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manzgrr .& nil Ji Q M tvmnn -in -u -nmiT -v ----- - --wai - 8HED PROTECTION FOR BARN. H Floor Joists Extended 8lx Feet Da- H yond Sides of Barn to Support Roof. H An Iowa correspondent sends ft H ukutch of his method of attaching n H shed roof to tho sldo of tils burn In M eiich n wny that It protects tho doors H nnd enables the owner to puss front H one door to another without being H obliged to expose hlmsulf unduly to H severe weather, says I'rnlrlo runner. H When tho bain was built the corro- H' spondent snyn that ho hurt tho floor B fUijn hM'""" 'YX H The 8hed Protection. H joists extended six feet on tho out- H side of tho barn so ns to cnablo him H to erect thin shed roof, as shown in H the Illustration. Unftors wero used H to connect tho outer end...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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