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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 February 1908

IHMK asafl saW vHr SBHL Val BlW 'B JSJL The Garland Globe ! (2JHH8 Published Every Saturday it g9B QARLAND UTAH. nH Tern'.t of Subscription: N'vjfW One year (In advance) $1.50 IJjjfqP B1 month 75 wgS Three months BO InH Advertising rats furnlihed on bs HHH S4loa.tlon B Bntereil tnnttef BpppBBjfc February 17, 1'iOC. fit the postnfflre at fllppppB Garland, Utah, under the Act of Oon- Bfta grass a. Wlxom Editor Manager IHHHHHHHHt ii i im i m K. .s Vl'aaaanR-rT I'UMIIlKrr No. V SOUND- -NORTH SOUND Vl ViIkI m Lt Garland m Iff Corlnna p m H Lt Tramimt am Lt Trtraonl p in V Lt Corlnna Lt Garland (-50 p m Wr Brlfhani a m Ar r m gr Connacta with Carha Connrrta wllh Carha W Vallay train No. 12 tor Volley tral.i V-11 from BP OadanandSaltLakf. 0ilen NaTlLaka. Pp M1XBD TRAIN. H North Hound. B Leaves Ojjrlen 8:20 n. m. B Brlffhan)., ..9:55 a. m. Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. m Tremont. .. 10:52 a. m. V Garland .. 11:20 a. m. m Arrives at Malad 1:00 p. m, B South Bound. B LeEves Malad 1:30 p.m. m Garla...

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 February 1908

1 ' ' ' " I A LITTLE COLD. Iff- caught A little cold. Hint wns all; Ho 1 1 neighbors sadly said WbM thl k iirm d that In' wns dead, COIIKI'i mill IK lullll'l IiIh bed lie caught a little mill, that wan all. We caught n llitli- sold, that wan all; When iinil boW In' ii'iililn'l Hiiy, Thought it Boon mM io away. llui tM COM MM there to stay He I'utiKht a llttlu cold that wan all. He caught a little eold, flint was nil: 1 IIi s st l anil coughed anil mumbled, L In turn hi SWOTS mi'l grumbled, BOW But IiIh prldl ut Iiihi was humbled He rauKht u little cuhl, that was all. He caught a llltle cold, that was all; The culil gn w quite surprising, Ills tempi ratiirc kept rising, And the doctor Dim s Arising He euiiKht a little cold, that was all. He enught a little enld. that wns all; And he lay quite neatly dresed In hln -ery Sunduy best, In a lung unbroken rest He caught n little eold, thut wns all. W. V. Hunyon, In Turk. DESSERT. - J Vv rU,aP i r Mi "We'll get Rome crullers, somo chocolate...

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 February 1908

. jfs I HOW DO YOU KNOW m What resscnable prlcea for Jawalry ara m you do not eenault uaT Our goode ara tha P flnaat obtainable at any prlea, and r abaelutaty guaranteed. M avtSTAillSMI' B SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, bMH Titrrti " 'i " i:. -.,,.:,, hi VjSfiV IWBP Vhvuiu1!!,! Int rn I Nurii rlc, : tJflPM IlllihV Irmri I Imt lOileil. WOULD SHOW BABY THE BILL. H Brother Had Great Scheme to Quiet H Crying F Tha twoyear-old baby In an East Y End family win showing lis koon dls- B pleasure at dinner the other evening H oyer the fart there wan nn more milk H on the table. The milk supjily had H run out, unexpectedly, and the baby B wnntod still another drink of milk. H The fond and doting pan-nts tried B to pacify It with a drink of water, hut S that didn't ko II wanted MMM more fl milk. That was what It wanted And B, the -ti l lil expressed itself In a way B that left no doubt about Its attitude In the premises. M Them was a sjucftt present ami the M dinner party seemed not unlikely to yJ end u...

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 February 1908

bsbsbbbbb! m ,Ba Slip Wai in No Huiry. Rev Dr. Wnll.icp, niw pnstrr of the East Bad Baptist obvroh, bronist a now one to Cleveland with him. BSCordiBg to tkt story, a rioston phi koI on the Mtri'it CM "'"' l:i" 'nr- ryiiiK mil' of those muffs th size of nn ordinary liasmxk. She ti:ul only one hand In the muff. A fOVtlg Ml sit- Lg tltiK nei to her took ndvantiiRe of the m Opportunity to slip his hand Into the A. unocc iiiilrd tad of tin' niuff. A The llnslnii nhi uinicd upon liim T severely. "I could have you MTWtStl J for mj. h a familiarity," said she. ' "T'HutrSsltf added "I'm from lloslnn and I parpaH to Keep ralm. Now, I'll Just plo you ten minutes to let ko of my hand." Clovelnnd Plain Dealer. By Hli Own Hand. Everyone Is the son of his own works. Cervantes. THOS. CALE, OF ALASKA, MEMBER OF U.S. CONGRESS Well Known on the rarifir .WV. Hit U'a&iihittoH Atfdrtss is 13129th St., A. Hr., Washington, D. C. -r'V.'-' " j all CONGRESSMAN THOS. GALE. Hon. Tims. Tnlc who was elected ...

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 February 1908

Hg Tltl. (.AKLAND CiLObtf H&H - .- ... -a . SV I'Ht GARLAND GLoliE RHK L.'LEPEXDE-N': gXn I A. Wuu, Edujf tod Mtr hiJ Telephone No 52 Red MO (Formarlr Wvt(' HuUliar Sli.-n AHH ! i . IjHbJ kouroj a aacotid-claaa ruattar Kabrur 17, , fEn aSDS. at th poit offlc at UarUnd. Utah ui..i i , lb Act of Udharaaa 6f Uarcli I. 1879 pjSjjt Sub. rl!n i In (nil ' receive tlair HBE pt" n ii'i-iiliii, , plcusl Uutif till.-, office. JLH Saturilj), Feb. ti, 1908. 3 HEMS OI INTEREST. H MMt Krldnj lb M Valentine 'h ds). B 2& pur cent off ou all our heaters. H Jr-na.-u BroH. tf B J. It. Slai.illn MM a vUltor 10 Collin 1 '...i. vYeduc.ida . N. 1.. Brown 1. Wailing lelatltei iu Byarcuae, Utah, tbla week HH All our boaters going tet 'J 5 per BS cent discount. Jensen Bros, tf HB Mi I. Iuiiii M A 1SII III- WHS tmilKHCtitie H l)UlueH iu liiit-liHin 1 I.iiiiiI'i) . B Now la the time to liuy a heater at H Jensen Bros. 26 per cent off. tf H WINES and Muuora for M ill. IiihI B puroxe.i st Kin 1 Bros irug S...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 February 1908

N-V IS I'ai-m. ArtcJ your n.m- to OUI HM HJ V V VM A I K M aW K . 0 SH .nl.-riWi. TO-DAY rvl LH fl M L B ILV I LM fl K AW Hi IIWl iBB ltf, ' , DBVQTK1) TO THE INTERESTS Ol GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALI.E'i " ' I V'"- ' No-2' Published atfl.rlairt.ui.il. Saturday, reb. .5, .mw I I Wtddinfi BdU. I Mr. Howard F.vans of this city and Miss Grace Harding of Provo, were united i Id marriage Monday at the City and I County Building in Salt Lake City, 1 Mr. Evans is the son of Mr and Mrs. I Moiiah I v mis and In. Ids the position of I Asst. Bookeeper at the office of the Utah Idaho Sugar Co. Miss Harding Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jesse Harding of Provo and Is 1 oue of Provo 's most popular young ladles. I They will make this city their home. I Mr. and Mrs Evans returned . home Thursday evening. The Olobe extends congratulations and I . best wishes. w 4Lf Happy Hour Club. The members of the Happy Hour Club 1 were eutertalncd by Miss Ada Fowler A and Mr. Joseph Burns at the home of...

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 February 1908

w 1 Bp The Garland Globe - Published Every Saturday at jut GARLAND .... UTAH lttJ3 Terms of Subscription: Vn One year (la advunce) $1.50 bjffts Six months 715 Kir" Three months 60 Li Advertising rates furnlshod on nppll- ?? cation. WDBL J. A. Wixom Editor and Manager I NOTED KENTUCKY FEUDIST SHOT Bill I K SON B Judge James Hargls, Accused of Com H pllcity in Many Murdeis. Murdered H by Drunken Son. H Jnrkson. Ky. Former County Judge H Hargls. for many yearn n member of PB the state Democrutlc executive com- BBH Tin i r . . .1. i'ii . (i of complicity In ninny H in 1 1 1 . f . i ninl u prominent figure in BH the teiiii'i which have disrupted H Brenthllt county for Hcveral years, H M shot and killed In his general H Htore here ThurRilay afternoon liy hlH B son, Beach Hingis. The son llieil live B : I. els In rapid succession at In -i la H tl.er, who fell dead while his clerks BBl were waiting on customers The ex BBa Act cause of the murder Mas not been BBa learned, hut Ih supposed to ...

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 February 1908

imB I I I ilntrllrrtual $rri.muumnrr itf I Qkrntaits tit mtth Amiuint I By DR. L. 3. ROWE, I i.iv.niu of Pcnmylvsnls. ' ' ' ' mmmm lii; Intellectual influence of the German is supplanting the aW French in the South American countries and this solely A beeauae of the ooncerted effort which both the Oermaa k)V ernmeni ami the German people are making to trengthan their pooition in this quarter of the globe. Germanj has been ready and anxious to send her officers to reorganize the South American armies and she has photo-n herself no less ready and anxious to send her school-masters and school'iullt KSMM a to reorganize the lower and higher schools of these countries. Although German commerce has made great Btrides her ad vance in moral and intellectual influence is not to he traced to this fact, but rather to the determined effort that she is making to place her best J intellectual forces at the service of the South American republics. There has been much Irresponsible talk about the d...

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 February 1908

3ff The Garland Globe fcSf Publlahsd Every Saturday at P GARLAND UTAK, IT Terma of Subscription: "rWJ, Oua jraar (In advance) 11.69 foat 8ti montka 75 Mjtt Three nontha SO Q AdrartlsliiK ratna furnlahed on aa jK pHoatlon HB Dntarad a wmi rim matte BH February 17, 1900. at the poetofflce at H Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Oon- H ajreaa of March S. 1879. H 4, A. Wlicem .... Editor and Manager H O. .S L. TIME TABLE H PtiMnrtr No. S3 Pauonnr No. tl H -Mini aouND- MM BOUND H Malad 7:30 I m Lt Ilrlgham 6:10 y H tv Oarland 8 42 m Lt Corinna (20 p m H Ir? Tramont 8-47 am Lt Tremont 6:46 p ai H Lt Corinna 9:17 am Lt Garland (:K0 p m H Ar Brig-ham :40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m H Connaeta with Cacha Connaeta with Cacha B Vallay train No. 12 for Vallfiy train Noll from m Oadan and Salt Laka. Oadan and -Salt Laka. H MIXED TRAIN H North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 n, m. M H Brigham.. ..9:55 . m. H M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. PH Tremont. .. 10:52 a. m. Hfl Garland .. 11:20 a. m. H Arrives at Malad. ......

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 February 1908

: - -r ; w , ' GLOBE SUPPLEMENT. ft t n r i 2 tlMMi I WHITE SALE I h BEGINNING WITH SATURDAY. FEB. 15TH. AND ENDING SATURDAY FEB. 22 ND. U c J We wil1 Put on 8ale the biBge8t bargains ever offered in ihis part of the country. For a whole week we will give you everything in our store in white goods, table linen, toads, bed spreads, sheets I I , cj aDd P',,ow case8' embroideries, laces, bleach, muslins, long cloth, nainsook, cambric, in fact everything that is white in the store. These will be on sale all week. In addition to this we will give a ; If Sgj special sale each day during the sale on the following goods on the following days: FJ jpj S Btw - -E 3- ; a. t . ii - . x Z Bill SATURDAY. FEB. 15. MONDAY. FEB. IT. TUESDAY. FEB. 18. WEDNESDAY. FB. 19. THURSDY FEB 30 ,. .. FRIDAY. FEB. 21. I s ?- .., . .... Thlt h,rln rtv in Japanese White Wuh .-10 and 12e values in Torchon 45 50-55-60-65 and 75e value of 500 vards of Oambrir Emhroid 500 Ladies fancv collars oln" , Silk cg and Valenc...

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. — 15 February 1908

lot or aecopTTTToffii " K" WAITING FOR TRANSLATION. 1 Montana Man Confident That World is Coming to an End in Few Days. Great Kails. Mom. Believing that Sk the end of the world will come within ten days, and that he with a hand ful of followers will be straightway 5 translated to heaven A. V Stanton. a prominent stockman of this city has disposed of all his property, val ued at several thousand dollars, to the first bidder lot SI.'O. and taking P up his residence iu a rented .louse in the most elevated pnrt of tiie city, is calmly awaiting the end. Stanton's followers, eight in number, disponed of their possessions in a similar man ner and are with him. Stanton was wealthy, hut has dis posed of his belongings in order to l unencumbered wh n called from the earth. MAGAZINE EXPLODED. Groi Destruction of Life and Prop- erty, at Canton. China. I Hot - m ft .'t lite aiiJ eropertj was caused at IS Canton Frida evening ly the explo it sion of a gunpowder n. gazine T a 'v ty-OM bodies have ...

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. — 15 February 1908

t '"" "aeesw.i?BBBBBiBBB J PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT J DOWNFALL DUE TO BAD TEMPER " John R. Walsh, who, after a long trial, was '"( found guilty of wrecking the Chicago National tf-j, y A hank, of which he wan president, owes his down- '-tjl fall to hlB IraHclhlllty. W. H. Moore of the Chlca- S..-p-T- - KO & Kastern Illinois railed upon hltn one niorn- Jfy'ji (-t J Iiik several years ago to make iirrungomcnts for . jfeSn r3ti' ; 1. 1 1 exchange of traffic between his road and the VsRLo-v r Southern Indiana, which was controlled b) Walsh Mn23' and which had no access to Chicago, being thcrc- y't?" Jl by cotn)elled to depend upon coiinectlng roads. y bMsW Walsh was in a more than usually had temper and v--jT-Ji"---. Irritably asked: "What do you mean by coming v l " down here before ten o'clock In the morning?" Moore loft the office In a rage and when Walsh N. f reopened negotiations later Moore teplled that he ,2n I 1 had no facilities for handling Walsh's cars. "Haul them or I'll buil...

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. — 15 February 1908

W I 4 HI M AS YET UNKNOWN TO FAME. It,' Can Any One Place Thia Quotation St from Phlloaopher7 rTj l,mi Jones of the (Irani opera bouse had t lir bliinB. Ills brother, n a1 colored man, usually In good humor, m hart 'em, too. Neither knew just why ?Vj ho had 'em, but they hud em Just the jfc same. They talked of the weather, j the times and a dozen other gloomy ? aubjects. There was nothing sunny St In the soul of a patron or a barber. Bj Finally both sighed In roneert and a BB alienee fell over the shop yes, over a M barber shop. The colored man was B the first to speak. After several mo- MB meats of silence he gave vent to an- HB other sigh and salrt: B "Well, as do old phllosopah says: M Ef yo' ain't got nothln," now's yo' m Jones la still wondering who the m philosopher was. Indlnnapolls News. H It may be a blessed fortune for fl 8ocrates that Xantlppe didn't keep a H diary to be published 2,000 years after H tier death. B PURE FOOD. H No Food Commissioner of Any State H Haa Ever...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 February 1908

IBBBBBBBBBBBB! H Elixir oenna acts ftontly yot prompt ly on the bowels, cleanses t the system ejjeetu ally assists one in overcoming " habitual constipation permanently. To got its beneficial effects buy the Genuine. Manufactured Kythe California FYgSxrupCo. SOLD BYLEAOINO DRUCGfSTS-SO P.-BOTTU HIS ONLY OPPORTUNITY. Af Ll-. -' -'j. .3' i W ' iv I y ,w av "Does your wife talk In her sleep, major?" "No. I talk In her sleep It's the only chance I get." SHE COULD NOT WALK For Morltha Burning Humor on Ankle Opiates Alone Brought Sleep Eczema Yielded to Cutlcura. "I had eczema for over two years. I li.ni Iwu ilibW iiu, but they only gave me relief for a Hhort time and I cannot enumerate the ointments and lotions I lined to no purpose. My ank les were one mass of sores. The Itch ing and burning were so Intense that I could not sleep. I could not walk for nearly four months. One day my hus band Bald I had better try the Cutlcura Remedies. After using them three times I had the best night's ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 February 1908

r I THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE B iNi)i:i'i'.M'KT. R ' A.Wixum, . , Kditt.r nnd Miut. D Telephone No 52 Red Hi (KorWrrly Wvll llnl.hrr .),.., I Mk ttntfi-..l a- coml-i ins 4 muM"j l . luiKitr 17, ' WBSt Its, al tht pont riflii-r nl Garland, Utah, under . MKw (ha Art of CotiRTMa of March 3. 1870. USp StilKsrrllicrs w ho full to receive thi-lr , iJ$ pspi-r romilnrl) , pletM notify this OflsMi ! pi 1 1 N& Saturday, Feb. 15, 1908. LB . . H ITEMS OF INTEREST. mm 25 iii-r etni oir on nil our heaters. ' Bl .i i- i-n Bros, tf M FOR SALE '"! Folding II. .1. Hlj Appl.v to linrdi-tt Minith tf i 0tO T. (iroMr husjtisl recovered from HhJ severe stuck of tonidlltl. H WINKS ' UtMN rr Medicinal pMMI Ht Idler liros iruK Slorc. if Alt our heaters grdng nt II per HBI '"" discount. Jrnmn itr. . tf George Stnne, n emplnw-c of the ltrnr River lr Hunt, wa in Norland oa HSV biulncM Monday. H Mr. ml Mrs. 0 W lrl of Fielding nrrc gueats of Mr. and Mm. 1 . . 1 Rose HBJl last Saturday and Suuday....

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. — 22 February 1908

H UEVOIED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY B Vol. 3. No. 3. Published at Gorlond, Utah. Saturday, Pcb. 22, I9f 5 H sbsI NEWLY WEDDED COUPLE HONORED. In honor of Mr. and Mm. Howard Kvn, the newly wedded couple, Mr and Mra. J F. Featherstonc entertained at dlnnor Wednesday afternoon the Evan family and n few Invited rne.ta. tn the evening a hmt of friend" mithered at the KVaMicrstonc residence and spent an evening long to he remembered. A bout thirty guests were present. Chief among the games Indulged In was an original conundrum contest con flating of the following questions, ans wered by peoples nnmei: A kind of r m . flail A wind Instrument Fife An aerial propeller Wing A spreading shrub Bush f' A producer of fowla ... ...Henrle A popular flower Rose Take away (e) and no'hing Is left Olle The high mogul Bom What rhymes with crank Franokc What doscn't a man do wheu his wagon breaks down Wheclon An Kx-presldcnt Grovei Part of MrMurtrle's occupation . Carter...

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. — 22 February 1908

I HP The Garland Globe SM Published Every Saturday at BL GARLAND .... UTAH US? Termt of Subscription: lPa One year (In advance) $1.60 HS 81x months 75 tY0f3 Three months 60 lAjJIj Advertising rates furnished on appll- Mj cation. jja J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager 9H Georgia Is giving a fine demonstra Ln tlon of how to be happy 1 1 gh thirsty. 9 It la a lurky Iceman who owns a H few ponds somewhere near the north jB pole this winter. H We must not let the president know ppH that colleges act as a deterrent to M marriage or he may abolish higher ed- ppH The Indianapolis News says an elee- ppH tricnl plant nun been discovered In WM Nicaragua. Was it trying to steal ppH water power? H There are 2,433,434 deaf persons In H the United States, and the lucky crea- M tures won't be able to hear the spell ppH binders next summer. poonni Doubtless the grip germ Is working H overtime because he fears a coal snap H may come along soon and cut him off H in the flower of his uselessness. H A visit...

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. — 22 February 1908

H I THE HOUSE OF II A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Author ol "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA DAHEION," Elc. upjrl-ht 1116 by UoOt-Mi rill Co CHAPTER XIII. Continued. "Yes. and he tilt me over the head with a club. It was his Indiscretion, sir. He wanted to go through the li brary in broad daylight, and It wasn't any use, anyhow. There's nothing there." "nut I don't like the looks of this shooting. Morgan's sick and out of his head. Hut a fellow like Morgnn Isn't likely to shoot himself accident ally, and now that It's done the work's stopped and the time Is running on. What do yon think Olenarm bub pccts?" "I can't ti'U. sir, but mighty little, I should say. The shot through the window the first .-light he was here seemed to shnie hi in a trifle, but he's quite settled down r.ow, 1 should snv, sir. Thai shot of Morgan's was a great mistake The young gentleman Isn't to be frighten d away as Matty as that." "Morgan's a fool 1 tut what Is Olen- W& arm Aoiast He probibly doesn'l ...

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. — 22 February 1908

K IB The Garland Globe KjCf Published Every Saturday at HSfc ARLAND UTAH, 3S Terma of Subscription: ?9MR On yar (In advance) 11 BO 'Ifln Hl months T5 $sj5V5' Ttare montha 60 fffir Advertising ratea fnrnlthed on am ySJftji JrHeatlon. JH ntnrad a aerond-rlaaa matte EHB9 February 17, 1906, at tho poatofflce at UH Oerlan1, Utah, under the Act of Oon- WKn CTMa of aUroh a. 1879 HH i. A. WlMOfn Editor and Manager H O. .S L. TIME TABLE H PaM.ng.r No. 12 rHn(fr No. II H aOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND H J BUlad T.n.n. Lt Brie-ham Ml p m UM Lt Garland 1 43 I m Lt Corlnna (20 p m B Iff Tntnont 1:47 am Lt Tremont 1:46 p m H Lt Oorinne t:17 a at Lt Garlaod (:M p ra H At Brlchaia 40 an Ar Malad 1:10 p m www Cwrneii with Cacha Connacta with CacBa W Taller train No. lt for Vallor train No 11 from B Oedto and Salt Laka. Ogden and Bait Lake. H MIXED TRAIN. H North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 a, rn. H Bngham.. ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. m Tremoot. . .10:52 a. m. H Garland .. 11:20 a. m. M Arrives ...

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. — 22 February 1908

H POULTRY HOUSE FOR 60 FOWLS. Single Room Structure Which Preves i Satisfactory. . A conveniently arranged and prop "JJ erly constructed hen house Is one of the indispensable requisites In proflta ble poultry raising The main object to be observed In designing such a structure is to secure as much floor space as possible and hold roof space to moderation. The object is to save expense in construction, aB the real value of a house for this purpose de pends upon the number of square feet surface area on the floor in proportion to the actual cost of the building. The sketch Included with this article illustrates. a very unique design of farm poultry house. The building Is particularly well adapted to the aver age farmer's needs who keeps but a small flock and desires to give them every opportunity. It was the aim of the designer of this poultry house to have as much floor space aa possible Single Room Poultry House. with a small roof surface as would serve the purpose. I have observed ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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