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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 February 1908

B K One of the 9 Essentials H o the happy homos of to-day ii i vnl InH fund of information ni to tho Ic l thod Sfrt of promoting lirnlth and happinesi nml IHl right living nml knowledge of tho world' QESn best products. B9B Products nf ACtunI excellent e and fflBB reasonable olaims truthfully presented ?$ and which h.ivo attamoil to world-vvidn WWP svcccptanro through tho approval of tho joSa Well-informed of the World, not of indi- B viduals only, hut of the many who havn H the happy faculty of Nolocling I nd ohtnin- PH fng the lo-t the world afford. jBH One of tho product 4 of that elms of fl known component parts, an ethical H remedy, approved hy physicians and enm- H mended hy the Well-Informed of the B World as a valuahle and wholesome family laxative is the woll-kuown Syrup of I'ig- H and I !hir of Senna. To get its beneficial H effects always buy tho genuine, manu- H lactnrcd by tho California I'ig Syrup Co., H only, and for mile by all leading druggist. sssssfxa c M READ SOM...

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. — 22 February 1908

WOULD FORCE FLAT HEATING. 0 Bill Requires Heat Whenever Ther. mometer Outside Registers 60. New York Assemblyman dreen I'lir of the Thirty first district has In troduced In the assembly a bill the. first section of which provides that "owners of tenements and apartment houses In cities of thp first class wherein apliances for the supply of sieam are Installed shall furnish such appliances with steam for the heat--S Ing of the flats and apartments In such tenement and apartment houses whenever the thermometer registers fiO degrees Fahrenheit, or under, in the open air and to continue supply liiK such steam heat in said flatB and apartments during the fall, winter and spring, whenever the thermometer shall register In the open air 60 de grees Fahrenheit or under." The second section provides that the "owner or lessee in control of any tenement or apartment house shall have on hand In said apartment house or tenement not less than two tons of coal of the variety generally used for furn...

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. — 22 February 1908

H THF; riARI-ANI) (JLOBK HI - , - , - - i . m ---. - r- !--, THE GARLAND GLOBE ! 9ij INDEPENDENT. mm t A..TTrxoM, . . Editor and Mfurr H Telephone No 52 Red B tFortnarir Wwn'i Bntohar Shop ) HE KntMwd M aacond-cla-i mattar F-niar 17, AC 1(M. at lh poat ofllro at Carlaml. Utah, under jflP th Aat rVmaraa nf March i. iv Mfr Ntitmerlh-ra who full to receive f h-ir IJffljJ pspcrs regularly, plcaac notify till office. HI Saturday, Feb. 22, 190S. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hh Tday III the twenty. fehrnt of arruary, Mm ftirrumlnr tdnglestanc. BtrtblngK'O'i w.abdsy The Foulgsr Studlr r.peond K.b 20 It H Children -nthbera 19c at B M "- H Men' and Latin1 rubbers 4- itll.M. H & P. Co. H Mrs. Win. Predion of Wcaton. Idaho, H tt here for few flv. H Peter Jemen wa h Brigham vldltor ladt H Saturday and Sunday. H Bp. W. L. Groror spent Sunday and U Monday in Sail. I.akr City. H The Foulger Co. Just received a full H line of the Unions Otmbel lUu. It I Heat. Mgr. Moslah Kvana "'as in I, L. H City Monda...

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. — 29 February 1908

inb ro.iyi-You W m m V - m A a H l ka. E ll m m M k. Liien ff job i-i.in.no. i- -. rvt anal ford to be .rlthotrt your Hour I J M ! aV ja M I M A fl aV A aV i i Hill Un BBBBBBl l'rR. Au.l jr..ur nm to our fM ijfaj BJ B BMf S H I bVI 9 H H A IsBmIV Ddl Kiuelopw Cnii.. b..iu-r !bfH I... labwnbr.. tartj aari ttj a m tapfM pa m I bi m taj i ra ffiTla. Vl emu ix iafjfj t thi-oi.or. Wunif yr for M B A-lH II aaLhaV 1 B V H H H 11 II M H m . h h ull'w.-unl rnn aatia( j. . 1 theiurr.of On.UclUr.i.dmlUlf H M H J I B. M i PM 1 W M W V IP wants ml SttMmnU. tatlssUlka 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE UREAT bKAR RIVER VAI.l.KV H Vol. 3. No. 4. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Pcd. 29, I90S M One Day's Doings In Garland. Tuesday of this week our street cross logs were graveled, the Amusement hall given a thorough cleaning throughout and the evening spc.it In giving T E Serrlst, the departing missionary, a fare well reception at the hall. Under the supervision of Brest .1 C Wheelon...

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. — 29 February 1908

H i S The Garland Globe 9 Published Every Saturday at MB GARLAND .... UTAH R Terms of Subscription: kH One year (In advance) 91.60 BUM HI i month 76 D9f Three month 60 H Advertising rates furnished on appli- HH cation. Krrj J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager THE HURROWING EXPERIENCE Of A liGHTHOUSE KEEPER K After Nerve-racking Vigil Beside Dy B Ing Man, He Reaches Shore by M Walking Over Long Stretch M of Treacherous Ice. M Toledo, O. Fleeing In terror over B long stretches of treacherous Ice from B tho Toledo harbor lighthouse, where for seven days he had been Imprls- H oned with the dead body of Captain H Delos Hayden, Joe Bernor reached the B city Friday nfternoon. He brought the news of the death to frlendH and H relatives, telling of the nerve-rocking H vigil beside the dying man In the J lonely lighthouse and hlH still more J terrifying experience while watching U over the dead body, watting for a turn m In the weather which would permit HhJ bis escape over the Ice. J Hayden wag c...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 February 1908

H JBWMWawWWMMWWBWrm'ai iff I sW 1 1 IN THE PUBLIC EYE II HANDLED GOTHAM PANIC 1 ""J William A. Nash, pMMMt of the Corn Ex- Jjii " r-ha 11 ;; bank, probably dirt as much as any man & kyC? "V ln " "'"'t to Put n toP lo "10 recent pnnlc, UJL' '" & W .1. Plerpont Morgan nlono excepted. When the fi I lsjr lurry came 00 ho wan made chairman of the H '.V S)k A clearing house committee, and It fell mainly to B J --fes '.w-fA n'm lo l)n88 "lon the securities offered hy hanks Rft '. ?yVjV '" "eed Of assistance, to decide which should he 'I vs-J. . J aided nnd which suspended, lie was regarded hy I kiU" " ' ' ''"' nl'1"1' hankers ns the balance wheel of the AlV M VVa" 8,,ort Bltlutlon. Nr ls ,hl8 nl8 flr8t px' LmVJi flg il perlence of a panic, for In 190:! he was one of J H j II five men who, as executive committee of the . T-'M ' clearing house, had that panic In charge. His ifV ys" 1 i sound common sense, his keen business melh- r I j ode nnd his far-sighted menial vIbIoii In each ca...

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. — 29 February 1908

H The Garland Globe flB Pubflshad Every Saturday at H OAKLAND UTAH, lfl Tarma of Subscription: HH Omm faar (In advance) $1.59 HLfl BU aaostss Tl HH Ttraa month a BO EH? Adrartliing rataa furnished on as MEg Usevtlon. IjjB Sntflrad a oond-fllasi mattes' Hfl Fewn.evrr 17, 106, at the postofflee at HH Garland. Utah, under tha Act of Oon- H srreee of Mart I, 1171. B 4. A. Wlxom Editor and Mmir B M O. .S L. TIME TABLE riamiir No. tt Pumiikm No. II H SOUTH BOUMD- KOaTB BOUND M t Kalad 7-90 am I.t Brlaham 6-10 p m H B Oarwad 1:41 am I.t Corinne :20 p m B tr Tranwnt 1:47 am I.t Treason I :6 p m B ff Corinne I:1T am I.t Garland (:0 p m H etr BrWaam 1:40 am Ar atalad 1:10 p m araaeete with Cash Connect with Car h. ay train No. It for Valley train Noll from RfH Cadaa and Salt Lak. Oadsn and Salt Lake. M MIXED TRAIN. B North Mound. H Leaves Ogden 8:30 s. rn. H Brigham.. ..9:55 a. m. H H Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H M Tremoat. . .10:53 a. m. m Garland ,. 11:20 a. m. At rives at Malnd. . . . 1 :oo ...

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. — 29 February 1908

k m csMnaroD. sraiGs RHAPSODY OF A YOUNG LAWYER. Here at my roll-top desk I sit and bend me o'er a legal tome and have a pleasant Rente, to-wlt, that I am really quite at home. The peace we cannot understand has claimed my spirit more and more; I yield at last to It demand I like the Interesting law. The steady drone of city streets floats gently through my window-pane; If I look out, my vision meets the sunshine and blue sky again. 1 much prefer these heavy books. Hark some one enters at my door a lovely lady, by her looks I like the pretty, fluffy law. "Ah, pardon me," the lady says. "A legal ipiestlon bothers me." nut all this time she does not raise her heavy veil the least degree. Imagination takes me fast through fame, romance, and fees galore ambition realized at last! ! ! I like the fragrant, Juicy law. She adds: "I've Just got my divorce from Hill and now I want to know when can I marry Jack? Of course, you understand how these things go." "To-day," sigh I. Says she: "Your ...

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. — 29 February 1908

I STORV THE HOUSE OF I B A THOUSAND CANDLES M By MEREDITH NICHOLSON gffV Auih.ir ot "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA B UAMF.ION." Eic. B ropjrltfllt IVOi'i b Iloliln. Mi-u 111 1 ii H CHAPTER XIV. Continued. H Stoddard hud h n BM to K to the H other end of the platform to speak to M Home of the KliidetitH. I followed Pick- M ering rut her i . I net a t 1 1 y to where the 1 companions of I is travels were pacing H to and frn in the crisp morning air. H As soon as Pickering hud Kot me h well ttndor way In conversation with jH Taylor, he excused himself hurriedly B and went off, as I unsullied, to he sure H the station IfUl had rerelved orders H for punching the private ear to the H Chicago express. Taylor proved to he B a supercilious person, I hellevo they H call him Chilly Illlly at the Itfltropoll H tan clnh. and otir cffortB to converse H were pathetically unfruitful. The two H ladles stood hy. making no conccal- H ment of their Inipallenre. Their eyes H were upon the girls from St. Agatha...

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. — 29 February 1908

.! UTAH m STOCKS Bought now are certain to make you large profita during the next six months. -a. For lefarmatloa roarrrnin tla mtnt Far taoul.trfl1 Ltoearat ikowiaf ru r of nrirrt Huriaa 1907 For sap! of thr Tiatic Minim Dutrirt Far oroo.pl r ircotioa af ctejsalaaiea ardori Add rasa CHILD, COLE CO. THI BROKERS tOO AUit Bleak, Salt Lake City. ronoh Offlaa, Eureka, Utah. Both Phonoa, He. SI. wmmmmmmr dJT You may be absolutely eatlef led J when you have your watch re paired by us that It has been dons by skilled parts In ths vsry bsst posslbls mannsr and at ths vsry lowest posslbls prices. ALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. afV TDaTl? P.NT8. HIEKDH. Ban on arth. r I If t r JJi t,oo cin! Int.rnl Nur.rrlri. aaBBaw nearer, tu Amenta Wanted. HAD NO LIKING FOR MUMMIES. SarvanU of Great Writer Did Not Share His Hobby. Pierre Lott, the French novelist, once obtained a new acquisition to his weird and wonderful collection of Egyptian mummies. It was that of a young princess, with gilded face, al most as ex...

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. — 29 February 1908

H THE GARLAND GLObK H THE GARLAND Gt.OftK HB iNDRT'ENDKNT H ) a.Wixom MltnrMdMftgi K Tele phone No 52 Red BtwB M'i.iiniTlv Wl' But.lii I Shop HJHt F.ntor.-.! U MNMM mttr PWllUWf 17. 3C ltM), at ill- poal .til.-.- at Qattand, Utah, umli-r HB Hi- Act ..r OMianM nf m.u . i-1. nn VfSSt SuIhutIIii i who rail In riK'lve their MP pHlill'-- rc'llllll) , plrnir BOttfjF IllUi.llllr 1 Saturday. 1 b. 29 19 S H ITEMS OF INTEREST. HHJ .1 A ttoetiq vh In town riiiirsdaj H (i I Waters spent Bundaj with M HHJ hmltj in Ogdea. H I i smith of Suit LakeOtty, bara on bwtMM TLuisdsv H Oft fouf elotBtf Cleaned and pressed B It the rMnc- Bin her Slit p It m .1 i t.iilni:nn nl BBS OnomlH H v.i r. Silt III." visitors Thnndiiy H 1' A N.ndiiiWt mill (' R VII-m,i ii HHj tinned MhihIhv from I rtsll I" Ogden. HHJ Mrs. Man NuriliiiNt . iiiitlii r nf I A BBj Ninlitil-l . Ih vMtlng relatives in Insrn. HHJ Jet onr oImImM 'IchiiuiI n ml pressed BBJ ut tin- PMm i- Karlirr Shi'. It HHJ Mi BlUabath Ipwn of Dgden deter BBJ...

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. — 7 March 1908

DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BKAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 3. No. 5. Published of Garland, Utoh. Saturday, March 7, 1905 J Prospects of a Buster Beet Crop. In converMtiou with Afrlc Nupt. J T I.ant . who with Agrlr Nupt Geo. Austin hut 1m mi visiting the town of the Rear River Vallev contracting with the far mer to trow beets for the reason of 190S, wr learned that about IJ.000 acre Imd been contracted and with the exception of Malnd Mid few acre under the Eaat Side Canal, the contracting for this sea son In shout finished. Tho outlook la very favorablo for a ig erop of beet taroughout. this valley. The farmers of the Kant Hide are ASSi'KRIi that the East Hide canal will be repaired In time for the irrigation seaaon. PI vraputh Brass Band Concert. The Plymouth Hraaa Band of 16 mem 0 bera came to town Tuesday and serenad ed the town In the afternoon. In the evening they gave a very credllablu con cert and show at the Amusement hall. The hall waa well-filled ami the pc...

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. — 7 March 1908

Hr The Garland Globe i HH Published Every Saturday at fig GARLAND .... UTAH VBJ Terma of Subscription: BBfl One year (In advanco) Jl Mi !BH Six months 75 SB Three months SO -BB Advertising rates furnished on appll 9LBB HS J. A. Wlxom Editor and Man icjt I AN EXTENSION OF I TIME IS DESIRED H Railroads Declare They Can Not H Comply With Nine-hour Law H at Present Time. BB Assert That They Have Found It lm BBg possible to Procure Competent BB Telegraph Operators In Suf- BBj flclent Numbers and Want BBj More Time. BB Washington. Operating officials of BB railroads from all parts of the coun- BBj try on Thursday were In attendance BB upon thn hearing given by the Inter- BB state commerce commission upon up- BBf plication for an extension of time o( BB going into effect of the nine-hour law. BBj Thirty seven applications were re- BB celved by the commission asking for BBV the extension. Two of thorn already BBg have been denied, those of the Ueor- BB gla Southern & Florida railway and...

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. — 7 March 1908

V - i -i ' l?r gtagr f fens Nobi Stoate in lb Hntanra ; : By MRS. GEORGE J. GOULD. There ran lo no douUt tltat to n woman with a great soul a career on tlie Bttgl is ideal, magnificent, and satisfying. There is nothing elementary, easy or small about the life of nn actress, and, of course, I am in cluding only women whose stage work is serious and who have built for themselves a veritable palace of In the life-of a woman with character no sweeter moment will come than with the first hesitating sug gestion of success. Success, to my mind, is not mere food for vanity or the means for trivial ends. Success is accomplishment, victory, with a preface of toil and effort. There can be no gratifying success without this forerunner of un compromisingly hard work. So these swift successes spend themselves in the life history of the individual. I believe a girl who contemplates going on the stage should begin very young, in her middle teens, perhaps. Then her awakening brain can drink in the t...

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. — 7 March 1908

E The Garland Globe BaaeHaB Published Every Saturday at 9B OAKLAND UTAH. 9rPpS Terms of Subscription: 9jH Cm year (In advance) fl.EO HBB Hli month 75 jPfjafH Three months 60 MM AdTsrtlsIng rate furnished on as- nSjIB plloetlun ppppB Entered ae second-rlaas mattes' ppppfl febrnary 17, 1906, at tin- postofflce at pppH Oar! and, Utah, under the Act of Oon- ppppj irrees of March 3, PPPH 4. A. WlKom .... Editor and Manager H O. .S L. TIME TABLE H riHflnrvr No. 83 I'aaaanger No II PjfPJJH SOUTH SOUNO - NORTH BOUND f((((((( Vt lUUd 7:30 m I, Brlihmm 6:10 p m (((((( t Garland 8:42 am l.y Corinne (20 p m IflflflflflH Lrr Tramont t:47 em Lt Trmont 6:41 p m fJJJJJJJ tVr Corinne B.17 em L Garland (:60 p m 1 Ar Brit-ham 9:40 am Ar Malad p m BaHBBH Connecta with Cacha Connecta with Cacha H Vellar train No. 13 for Valley train Null from jlljll Cadae end Sal t Lake. Oe-den and Sal t Lake. H MIXED TRAIN. PPPH North Bound. PPH Leaves Ogden 8:20 a.m. H Bngham.. ..9:55 a. m. PPPH M Corinne. ... 10:10 a...

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. — 7 March 1908

t TOO MUCH. He hail married a rich and beautiful widow, thus making It unnecessary for him to ever work again. At first he appeared to he very happy, but be fore long his friends began to notice a look of sadness on his countenance. He seemed to be gradually sinking into a state of melancholia, and one morning the community was startled by the announcement that he had ap plied for a divorce. Then It was that one of his friends went to him for the purpose of learning the nature of his trouble. y "Surely," the friend said, "you must be mi . t.iki 11 In your suspicions. Your wife is one of the most estimable women I ever knew. It Is Impossible for me to believe that she can have given you any reasonable cause for a separation. Come, old man, make a clean breast of It. Perhaps you have become morbid and fallen Into tho habit of imagining that things are worse than they are." "No. I appreciate your kindness; but my imagination is not in any way to blame. I prefer not to say any thing abo...

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. — 7 March 1908

jH HIS LECTURE ON JOB. HH Brother Dickey Thinks He Wat Over M rated at Patient Man. HhH "I dunno what dcy call Job a patient BBS man fer," auld Itrothur Dickey, "knzo HH of all de growlers I ever hcaru toll on 9 ha iho' wuz de growllnost. Hut he H aho' did have enough tor make him H growl dat he did. ! devil Ray: QH 'Iyimky yere, Job, you In my power, nBH now, an' I gwlne ter 'fllct you wld a 9Hb few bllee.' An' Job aay: 'All right; EjjHfJ I kin stan' it ef you kin.' Hut de bllca SHffl commence ter break out so thick an' -H fas' dat Job say: 'Looky yere, man. H dese ain't no biles dls de smallpox, H stni' ei you tin n ' An' he eetch and H eetch so dat he had tor scratch his- H ae'f wld a g Vs head. Den de devil H git In a high win' and blow down Job's H tin. i nn' dat wuz too much. Ho ol' H Job 111' up his voice an' he say: H 'Looky yere, I bargain fer biles, but I H didn't want no harricane th'owed In H fer good measure.' " Atlanta Constl- m9 tntion. B Hog Cholera. I The greatest d...

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. — 7 March 1908

A TEMPERANCE WORKER. Says Pe-ru-na is a J'aluabU Nerve and Rlood A'rmrdy. BbSsp MISS BESSIE FARRELL. KIISS ItESSlE FARR.ELL 1011 Third 1V1 Ave., Brooklyn, N. V., in Presl-di-nt of th Yonnir People's Christian TMBpsrBOM Association. Khe writes: "IVruna is certainly a valuable nerve and hi.. 1 1, l remedy, calculated to build up the broken-down health of worn-out women. I have found by personal ex perience that it acts as a wonderful re storer of lost strength, assisting the stomach to assimilate and digest the food, mil building up worn-out tissue. m In my work I have had occasion to OT recommend it freely, especially to women. "t know of nothing which ia better to build upthe strength of a youngmother, in fact, all the ailments peculiar to women, so I am pleased to (five It my hearty endorsement." Dr. Hiii t man has prescribed IVruna for many thousand women, and he never fails to receive a multitude of letters like the above, thanking him for t he wonderful benefits received, Mdn-fl...

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. — 7 March 1908

wkQ thu c.nhi.vn!) WLOE I UllllB . "l M"' jjHfl iHft GARLAND GLOBE 9KH INDEPENDENT H ' A. Wno. . Kdltrr and Mner 9B Telephone No 52 Red BfHH tTmmtiy Wyatf Pjwb.r Shop jvirBjKS ii n i BjflgS CnMNd m saeoBd-elast rastur 1 'krusry 17, yVBH 1M, at r pott afflo at airland, Utah, under PAI th. At r Csnrrsa of March 1, 117. NHH -, i- flSRB Subst ribfA hi (all to receive their KIsMb papers i. yulatly , please notify this office HnM Saturday, March, 7 1908. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. HH .Tarpb E Cnrbett was In Ogden on burti,i Tutsdsy H A on 1 o( Rock (Springs Lamp Coal will H pt In ti day . W L Urover A Mons It I .u J Hawk, who ba been In Nevada H foe Hie past eighteen ruuoths, returned M bom Tuttday uigiil. B Mr and Mr J (' 'keelea ratenavtned B af. dioui'r mi: 1 rnU.v Mr. aud Mra. H Aus'tn 1 B John Standing. Jr. . kikI wlfu uf C'nl HHHH IIiikUiii wire in low 11 Monday isitiir- n- S latl .us Bos l-'ldcr News. j 'Ilia Annual Stock-holders' meeting of H the Hank of Oarlimd will bu held at lu H ban...

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. — 14 March 1908

I I Ef&sSESif&i I H P I m K I r II I I II F 4 SSJ'&x I the aun. of On. Douar uM a Half A H ffcaaM IL f aYBK 1 W BY B m A I A m Bef LV I .jf areata ai.d guarantee eaiiefairea BJM DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT REAR RIVER VALLEY Vol.3. No. 6. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Morch 14, 190 I Need of More School Room. The enrollment in the Garland public schools this year reached over 140 pupili. They IN graded into nine classes be ginner" and the regular eight prudes. The sie of the classes and rooms avail able made It necessary, the principal in forms M to separate the fifth grade Into two classes, making ten classes In all for the threo teacher. The teacher having the three lowest grades has had 51 pupils enrolled, the three Intermediate grades uumber over S3 pupils and the princi pal has the four upper grades of forty pupils. Even tb o s e who have eyes unit sec not would scarcely need an extended ei.plaliatloii to know d4 that under such conditio...

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