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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 18 January 1908

B'1 TIIK GARLA'NI) (?lOI5K l'f THIS GARLAND GLOBE B IXniIIM'.NDKXT, 111 'I J A.. Whom, . . IMItornml Mnjrr. I Telephone No 52 Red Hit I (Formerly Wyatt'n HutchcrSliop.) 1 j Knttrnl an accoml-cluM matter Kolinmry 17, H 10A, At tliu rW "tiler nt (Snrliiml, Utah, umIT H I tho Art ffO,nKn. of March il, 1H7. H! .Subsr'rlbciH win) full to recciwi their H r (i upon r'lilnrly, pli-iiM notlft HiUollU'C. H I HaaaMMaiHiMMIH'a"liaaH"'INaaM ;t i SsttUrdn,J.tn. 18, 190S j J 3 j 1 J ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hp rouNi)-rickfi knifu. i .1. F. tivcn ua l Miilnd City tii J IiukIhc-m Thursday. . lllnlmp W. h. Hroyi-r, U n llrltflmtu ! vMtor to-dtiy. Mro S-N Cook of Wlllnrd, l the Riieit j of Ikt xler, Mm .1 F Owms. J WINES '" MHior for .Medlelnnl J 1 j i piirojiet ut llltcr Ilros Drug Store, tf B John Far'r wib n south liountl piuw- B ciiger" Stiililny, hooked' for Spanish H I Knrk' i ! W, C. Hull got two ringer quite badly iniiKlitMl lit tin-Jro pttlly Wed nesday. "' James Cootiibrt, paid a visit to his i . ...

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 January 1908

"mI LLafl fotd'to U wKw"? Momk J M afflA 111 Jm Bk I I m m W M " I Prmllnoi-D.. y. . lUrcn. Add your name to our MM MjJ M M MLaV M M Ml I MM fl M M M .aV MJ Ml lulcf ubK.ribri TO.UAY nd M M M af M BH H af M I Mil MM MM MatsK M u-r Wii Ml M M M M M7 MM MM aM I M M M M Mm M Ml DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I ft Vol. 2. No. 51. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 25, 1903 I FAREWELL SOCIALS In Honor of Josenh H- Kirkham. Who laves Soon for a Mission to California. Under the auspices of the yearly employees of the Utnh-Idaho Sugar company, a grand ball was given at the amusement hall Wednesday ovon lng for the benefit of Joseph H. Klrk- ham, who leaves next week for a mls- ilon to the State of California. Neat. Invitations wcro issued to the yearly employees and a few specially Invited guests. The hall was well filled and a pleasant evening was spent by all (n attondnnce.. The mu. sic was furnished by the Clayton J Kvans-HawB-Grovcr orchestra...

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 January 1908

i The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H ' GARLAND .... UTAH H . Terms of Subscription: H One year (In ndvanco) $1.50 H'x Six months 75 MWmc j Thrco months CO H Advertising rates furnished on nppll- Hi Hj A. Wlxom Editor and Manager LLLLHi . a .I.- . - . .,,. ,,.., h 9IEW YORK CONGRESSMAN MTS GOVERNMENT IK H 1 Introduces Measure to Establish a H u Central Government Institution H f With Capital of $100,000,000. Hi ' H Washington. Tho establishment of H h tho "United States Natlonnl Dunk of fl i America" Is provided for In a hill In H jj traduced In tho hotiso by Mr. Pomes $ (Dnm.) of Now York. Tho bank as B - concolved Is to ho loented In Wash fl ' Ington nnd Is to havo n capital stock M of $100,000,000, divided Into 100,000 H Bliarcs of tho par vnlno of $1,000. Im Three-fifths of theso shares oro to bo purchased by tho United Stntes treas urer at par. tho purchase money to bo I raised by tho snlo of $G0,000,000 bonds, payablo In fifty years and bearing 3 M . por cent Int...

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 January 1908

lo lEumtglf -Walking? By HON. M. J. McETTRICK. Lontf Dlittnce Walker In Early Diyi of Competitive PedestrlanUm. Jj ( I NFOKTUNATELY vc do not. I realize thnt my opinion lma v' TT been sought largely because of my youthful prominence in this once popular, though now sadly neglected field of nth- I "Jo" leticism, which for so many years held so warm a spot in tho ffPir hearts of the Amcricnn people. The merits of tho question, fN)( if properly discussed, would call for more space than can bo JN accorded me. , ' vLafl In treating tho subject I want the render to understand B j2jjy that tho inquiry mentioned hero refers solely to walking as, n health-producing, life-prolonging exercise, and bears no refer ence whatsoever to artificial sprint walking, which is n sort of pacing locomotion that is subject to the same physical tension and open to the same criticism as nil other heroic competitive sports. Moderation in physical exercises is n necessity. Intemperance in this direction carries...

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 January 1908

bLH iU bsH II H I The Garland Globe H Publlthad Every Saturday at H ARLAND UTAH", B'' Terms of Subtcrlptlon: ' One year (In adrance) fl.EO H1 Mx monthi TE K Three monthi BO K Aorertlftlnc rate furnlihed on a W. fttoatfon. LH i : B Buteied a second-class matter 1. tbbrmrr 17, 1805. at tho poitofflce at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Oon H I trees of Maroh 8, 1870. H I i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager Hl j O. .S L. TIME TABLE BSSSSSSj iJJJJJJJ raaaana-ar No. 32 Faaaang-ar No. SI Bjsjsjsa H COUTH BOUND -MOnTII BOUND H IiT Malad 7:30 am Lt Brigham 6:10 p ra B Iff Garland 1:42 am Lv Corlnna 20 p m ( BBjaaaaj i Xrr Tramonl S:7 am Lt Tremont 8:15 p m H J J Iff Corinne t:17an Lt Carlarid I.Wpra H I At Brishara 9:40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m H ft Connecta with Cacti Connecto with Cache iiH Taller train No. 12 for Valisy train No 11 from BajJJJJJ J Cdn and Halt Laka. Olden and Salt Lake. i MIXED TRAIN. H- H North Bound. , I Leaves Ogden 8:2on. m. H' p Brigham.. ..9:55 a. m. V R M Corinne. .. ....

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 January 1908

VjbtBbH J BliwJiBCi'Tjn hm .Stf A ssiv aaaa IVxiBBaBinr W FOR INDOOR WEAR IWRAPPER8 AND NEGLIGEES ARE IN GREAT VARIETY. New Pattern for Each Garment ! Not Necessary One Piece Gown Easy to Copy Experiment on Old Cloth. Tho variety of materials and de signs for wrappers, negligees, house dresses, eacques, and little combing jackets Is well nigh endless. Houses and apartments .aro bo well heated M now that the actual warmth of a gar- H ment for wear Indoors Is not so often H considered as It was once on a time. H Whether a wrapper Is to bo lined or H not Is usually a matter of personal H I HOW TO GET PINK CHEEK8. M Staying Much In the Open Air la the Bj Best Recipe. BJ Red checks aro nt the command of BJ (erery woman, but fow understand this. BJ Few women are'naturatly pale. BJ Wo sometimes redden the cheeks by H quick methods which bring results that aro most satisfactory. We slap BJ the chocks vigorously, thrco or four spats with tho palm of tho hand, and tho cheeks will glow for a l...

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 January 1908

BjajaaaagaBr . niii'., M 4f - HgSlMr !j 'Truth and j. Quality j '' appeal to tho Well-informed In every H ! walk of lifo ami nro essential to permanent H'f i success nnd creditable standing. Accor- !i ' lngly It Is not claimed that Syrup of l'igi r i nd Elixir of Senna Is tho only remedy of ,S ' known value, but ono of mnny rcaaom ( y ) why It Is tho beat of personal und family H I ' laxatives is tho fact that it cleanses, H 5 ' sweetens and relieves tho internal organs H I J on which it acts without any debilitating BB 1 1 After effects and wl thout having to Increase LBfl ; tho quantity from time, to time. !It arts pleasantly and naturally and truly aa laxative, and Its component BB 1 i parts aio known to and approved by H , ' physicians, as It is frco from all objection- H nblo substances. To get its beneficial BB j effects nlways purchase tho genuine H i manufactured by tho California Tig Syrup BB a Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug- m ., Ring Watches Popular. I, Swiss...

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 January 1908

I REV. TROUTMAN SENDS I BEST WISHES FOR PERUNA I Rev. George A. E. Troutman, Mt &A I Washington, Mo,, Writes, & B & KlJ Hm"? r'i&amaaaaWtlL L I J Catarrh and La Grippe. te 'IM'' rWSamaaWi 3 Rev. Goo. A. E. Troutman, Mt, w ' ' '' V mMt t 'Washington, Mo., writes: "My wife J 'MtfvlflHBI I Md I sue strong bolieveri In Peruna. " tk, .S3PBJ BbVWWWWB Iff " ' s-r I 11 villi '!? BPWBJaBSBBBWB,, l JssfiB ft - 5s El ffli0WWtffiiA I II I llll "For several years I liavo boon troubled Ifm fmiPrii3::Z& , iL I with a peculiar spasmodlo affection of WW yiNbgflE&a-jlft e throat. It would bolzome suddenly I Ujil'r'jv 4lTsf nnt' or n 'v miimlos I would bo un f i '3t'PJi8&&M XSU I lll nblo to Rpcalc nudlbly, and my breath v Y A BbvW,"c MwffitH Pill would bo picntly intcrfuu-d with. I B PlMwflrJi rMmti PlL would be obliged to gasp for breath. B "TNrafflPfit r-JV lXwrJ$85 "I finally concluded that It was somo W i ' '"llUW .MgWMK' bSS?CCT catarrJial affection which probably...

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 January 1908

S Tll,fc OAKLAND ni.OUE IB H ft THE GARLAND GLQ13K H;-,yV lNDin'KNDENT. f' I A.Vixom, . . Kdllor and Mngr. H ! Telephone No 52 Red UM Hf (formerly Wyntl'a Butcher Shop.) H J'f Entered i iwcon-ctn matter I'oliruary 17. H'- ( 1906, At the root ofllco nt Garland, Utah, under Bf ,'(;' "10 Act of Conitrwu of March 3, 1879, ' ?) Huhnct-itjcrs who full to receive tlielr Hu ,, papers rcgulurly, plcntc notify thU ofllce. Hi K i Saturday, J.m. 25, 190S. I ITEMS OF INTEREST. MM 25 i)or cent off on nil our heater. M Jensen Hros. tf Mm K A, M, nrown of Colllnston wan n H 1 Garland visitor Vcdnesdny. H Iv BOHN. Sunday afternoon, to the ' ji.i, wlfo of C. iA, JohnBon, 11 son. t U' Dr. C. A, Mosmnn returned Sntur- Mm ' day from n business trip to Ogdon. H Tuesday V. U Grovor & Sons' MM I store wiib cloned for stock-taking. MM ( Mr nttd Mrs Daniel Godfrey of Clurkv MW r ton nro tho gtiitsitH of Mr and Mrs W. .1. 1 It Klffi' MM '(J Mrnud Mrs .Intnc.l CoombH leave to- MM . morrow to visit relative...

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 February 1908

IPfir B B " I 'B BB rl Tcdayi-Youeannotaf- fWll B M B B B W L I Bm M B Bm B B ""' B HOB fntvl tu be without tour HOME J IS W . I A M M HJ Wlatrnwnt.. Kill llnu r. In l'Arc. Add your ham. to our ! M LP M I J A& M llnv.lopes, Canli. Uutwr Wr.ii H S U.tOfubcribni TO-DAY unci B1 f m IV Mm I Vl fl V m fen.etc: If m, wo print thin .BH Wft (ftUiCOLOBEKZtlmttnyearfor . JH Hm LB I MV thin i.miiKl can MtUfytuf E thtfmofOnDollrndI!lf B B B -F B. B B B H f B M B B F B B I f L U fl B I F antnil-jrntwBiitUftlMi fM K DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H B V , . , H Hfj Vol.2. No. 52. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Feb. 1,1905 H Br , BB l i Tm- successful operation. BB Mrs. Mantlna Jensen of thh city, B who undorwent a very delicate major B operation at the Ogdin Qoneral hos- H; pltal last Friday, Is rapidly lmprov- B ing and will bo nblo to return home B the latter part of next week. Tho K operation was performed by Drs. Rich H'' & Rich, assisted by ...

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 February 1908

? I B. r WHr'' MMMM 1 i (Ik The Garland Globe tHHJp ' sKf" Published Every Saturday at ?' GARLAND .... UTAH HKfJj') ' vBr '" Terms of Subscription: Lim Ono yoar (ln advnnco) 11.60 W Six months 75 iJEgi Throo months 60 jBhf Advertising rates furnlshod on appli- Wb&, cation. JmF J. A. Wlxom Editor and Managfr i ATTEMPT TO MAKE II REPUBLIC OF PORTUGAL Plan to Assassinate Premier Franco and Cause 8erlout Uprising Is Promptly Nipped In Bud. Lisbon. An abortlvo attempt to ovorthrow tho monarchy and pro claim Portugal a republic has boon nipped In tho bud by tho prompt ac tlon of tho government. Tho plot wns organized by a small group of ad vanced republicans. As near as can bo ascertained, tho plan waB to as isasBlnato Promlor Franco and then depend for success upon street ris ings supported by secrot republican and labor organizations armed with bombs nnd rovolvors. Tho conspirators Intended to tnlo .advantage of various festivities to carry out tho coup d'etat Tho royal fnmlly was a...

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 February 1908

1 r w , h Mortal Sfcgtiilattmt Nn&ri). Sto lutfrii Btnttx By PROF. HENRY It. SEAGER, Of Columbia University. . V P1"! 'nc flM soc'nl legislation the United States is behind "IB I T I 1C lllorc progressive countries of Europe. The ends to bo W J aimed nt in nny program nro: 1. To protect wngc-cnrneri m mQ in the continued enjoyment of standards of living to which Jjm BBmBJ they arc already accustomed; and 2, to assist them to attain lB KUfPl lo u'Sncr standards of living. IB iWfiifl '1C Pr'nc'Pal contingencies which threaten standards ol lB I'JkSull liv'nS already acquired nrc industrial accidents, illness, in jH 'USmBI vnlidisiu nnd old age, premature death and unemployment. BB These contingencies are not in practico adequately provided HI against by wnge-enrners themselves. In consequence the losses they entail, B in the absence of any special provision against them, fall with crushing H force on the families which suffer from them, and only too often reduce H such families fro...

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 February 1908

aaaaBHE rt i wr i' BW Tv - K 'If v R wKtj The Garland Globe f jtg H l- Publlshtd Every Saturday at Hl 5 ARLAND UTArT, BJt ?i Terms of Subscription: BM j On jraar (Id advance) $1.50 BJ' fft Stat montki ,... ,75 Bm' $? TbrM months BO Bl , AdTrtIlDc rate furnlthou" on as- BB ,- stleaUon. E " ----- -ii i g BB '" : SoUrod a second-class mattafl BB ',. VWbraarr 17, 1)06, at tho poitofflea at BB ' Hrland, TJtah, undar the Act of Ooa BB ,' aaa o( Maroh 8, 1879. - It A. Wlxom . . , , Editor and Manage H i ; ' O. .S L. TIME TADLE .; H V Paaaantrr No. M Tuunser No. 81 BBa I ' south bound north bound aVavS j ' l Malad 7:20 am Ir Brig-ham 0:10 p ra BB) I 8 Garland 1:42 am Lt Corlnna 620 p la BH tVrTramont 8:47 am Lv Trtmoat t:4Spm BSSfl HH aVr Corlnna J:17 am Lt Garland l:W p ra BBJ ArBrlsham t:40am Ar llatad 1:10 pm ilfB Connacta wltii Cache Connacta with Cacha IjH Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from VsdaaaadSaltLaka. Oeden and Salt Laka. MIXED TRAIN. H ' North Bound. H Leaves Ogden...

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 February 1908

I ( Pi Qood Jokes Wtfi OFFICE PERSONALITIES. v Tho Blotter "Retentive; nbsorbs a Kb,, igTcat deal. MfwJ Tho Desk Reccptlvo, sympathetic; V J' 1(1 B The Ink-Well Extremely vcreatllo; " ' Lfmp write a wrong or wrong a write. ' WjtyQ Scissors Sarcastic and raa- ?j ltoious; very cutting and over willing k to. separate. BkJf v l?ho Pasto-Pot Persistent, pcrsever m' 1bT'Possc8sob tho (acuity uf sticking to things. H Tho Pen Enterprising, ambitious; ovor waits for an opportunity to make H Its mark. i Tho Wasto-Baskct Intomporate, og H gresslvo; frequently gets full, and is H fond of scraps. I ' Tho "Writing-Paper Diminutive,' v., quiet; can easily bo covered, and al H tf ways remains stationery. "f , The Calendar Contemporaneous, 'but lazy; always up to date, but fro- . quently takes a month off. &r Tho Revolving Chair Retrogressive I4W but philanthropic; goes backward, but l f 'is always ready to do a good turn. Ifffj&T Judge. IHtf H,s Gue"' I "w Mrs. Crlmsonbcak I sco a ton of oi...

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 February 1908

P -l jt- r Tl f yTfTf1 t" l RUI-TlH : bbbbv BBBBN- Bi ; - - f v The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. Htf ' There Is n ill sense prevailing In this Iff .- country most dangerous bcemiscnodcccp- Hm?1 " J II I II JUjlWi live. Many sudden BuKt JTrllw'1! rT IIJEtutM deatli nrc caused T ra?rtcSl b' it lienrt lis- Hwb tvTy vw v7v eusc' i,eiio,'"i Qoi 1 cjxI till sft-"- henrt failure or BlTV ' Yx j Trr. HI r-apoplexy ore often Ht iAv-?r !n vil l"e re,u,t cf kil Bv iri ,1 N ill "cy disease. If -HP '1 lk S ri I l:il"ey trouble is BJf " &2r5r WnI U slL nllowciltondvnlice HlL ' ""'U"""" thekidticy-poioii- W 5- JcsS"-. ed blooil will nt- BFa Uck the vital organs, causing catarrh of fr the bladder, or the kidneys themselves Hj break down and waste nwny cell by cell. fv' ' Bladder troubles almost always result K; from a derangement of the kidneys and BT. a cure is obtained mtlckcst by n proper BBff treatment oftlie kidneys. If youutufccl- B& ini Ifr'.t'r yiiti can make no mistake by Bt taking ...

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 February 1908

I' ( I HOUSE I WORK sV ' i M' jM'T"'sBv? I 'Lar BcHBMeaawsaaBcSSSA I thousands of American women i in iur homes are daily sacrificing A thf r lives to duty,, i order to keep tho homo neat an pretty, tho children -well dressed an tidy, women ovordo. A femalo vic kness oy displacement is often fci) lghtoiyfendthoy suffer in silence, di'ftfng artonc from bad to worso BV ktomncj -vvoll that they ought to BHJt hnvohpXn to overcome tho pains and PPP- dMcs wlfch daily mako lifo a burden. BBBL tBt is tttheso faithful women that HmtdiAe. pinkh ams tgetxble compound ppppMofcs as fcboon and a blessing, Ef ! (1 & Ira- T Ellsworth, ol PPpHyilIe, N. Y., and to Mrei,W. p. BBBBof Bearer Falls, Pa.,-whi say : HHHHHH I was not ablo to do my own work BBBBBJ Iff to tlie femalo troublo from vh0b J rered. Lydia E. I'lnklmm's W 1 (Compound helped mo wondcrfilK.i PPPPPPJ I am so well that I can do aa bl0l BBBBBJ'.f work a I over did. I wish cvfM fwoman .vouid try IL In gCTS FOR SICK WOIr Hr thirty veer...

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 February 1908

B.' A.WAo'k', .' VttluriuitI.,tCiijfr. K . f clephbhc Np 52 R. ClViiierly WyU fltiteMrBhop.) JC ' f "'' iW-- i" " 'i.'""' nyt Kf ' EnltroJ a MContWhii roator Kubrtiary'" 17. HL J9XJ. at lia txi'it (n51 atflmtnil.,t)utvnftir ft lh Aetof Cotifrlvitrtof MiireM, 180, r.li -M - ,tii -M .....ill. -... ...... H il( w . .Su.IiitIIiiY Wlin fnll 10 ri'CfiiVd tln;fi, a (iiipLTH rutlllnvlv', jilimKtll liyllfy, 1 1 1 1 -4 oHlf T-5 ,, --,-'' " ". ' "l" ;' ' ' '"""-I' li I . Swurdiiv, i"Vb. i. i'on8 . , ' V.-lTEMSOF INTEREST. 0, 'L. Wirtte'fH was an Ofctlon violto 1 Sunday;,. B Mr; riiiik Bcululo Is iilto xfcK H tlilH Wcoli. M I)r, Illr.h returned Monday from a l trll In Ofdeti, H -TIioh, AuHtl'u of Snlt I.nko Cit)' wna H ( ii Ourlnnd vlxltoi Monday, H, N'ow Jw thn tlmo to buy a hentor ht ' , Jcnren Hroa. 2B per cent off; tf K Jon, 1), WnlJIs hint Jinil it aovoro nt- H . luck of rlicuinutlnm tlil wculc. H Tliu U, ,M, & l, Co. took Htock'Wcd- H - h;Hd:iy nnd Thurhtlay ot thlrf wuuk. B WINES "I'...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 February 1908

BBpaBBBBssa " " ""leeaaa " . w?B """ x t kBr r ifr i '. sLbbbbH '" P H I lOlutt rinuc aim, Wear I fHaii (Bring 3ffnrih H By JOHN RITCHIE. JR.. M Of Boston s, u-i, t,ti Society. " 'I' would seem dm if one of the tiling tlmt is MU at lunnl is a T lonpcr ratine of forecasting- the weather. This is a most impor- W taut matter for business tad for pleasure. Prof. Dolhear hn t ' very truly said: "Man is born into a eertain environment and fim'PMr it without inueh SrgamSCst or consideration." Us are to-day in' an enviroinnent of weather predicting, and we think it to lie simply natural, although it would have boon Wonderful enough to our forefathers. To-morrow's weather ,4 we may know with a good deal of certainty. Wo are about ready now to reach farther into tbo future and to roooive our nnnounccmonts of coming weather for a much longer time in the future. H The investigations of Clayton and the Blue Hill observatory seem to point B to some important advance in the near future. B Turning ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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