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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

H " ,T i . ,Vt A?h' '" ' '. J - -V ? i 4 V4jC1BihJ!m r , .. j. . . T '' flk 'Wsvr i H H ' , tC,j ' k X I 1 GARLAND CITY The Metropolis Commercial and Financial Center or the Great Bear Kivcr Valley H J " s r- - t . j Advertise in the ; npHTl -? A Fk A IVTFi IHni 7 M "IW ! don't foret to reaA: I i sS5 i THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE ;1 est-X I H lM.HaMai..ii...HH.R..l V tA .-Am I H I COVERS THE Du E A R RIVER f A L L E Y LIKE SHX L W K E T I VOL. XII GARLAND, UTAH Thursday, October 25th 1917. H 7 Number 39 - I Citizens' Party I Nominees H Tickets Named for Gar- . land. Tremonton and H Brigham City M According to call the Citizens' H Party met In primary capacity H at the ward chapel Monday H evening and placed In nomlna- B tlton the nominees for the com- H ing municipal election to be H held In this city November (1th, M The primary was well nttend- H ed and a harmonious spirit H prevailed. A number of ladies H were present. The meeting was B called to order by Party Clmlr- H man T. II. Edw...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

MMPNHNHHflHHBWWBHBNBWWWilBiMNMBWPPNWB(NWN hYhh 9HhV HjHH flHHHHj flflHTi hhVJ hVjhh b hhYhh THIS GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH ff I FRENCH OllNfiT I . GERMANS BACK fl GENERAL PETAIN'S MEN SWEEP I Hfl OVER GERMAN DEFENSES WRECKED BY DIG GUNS. Pjl Audacious Airmen Aid In Fight, Flying flfl Over German Positions and Using HH Their Machine Guns With HH Telling Effect Pjl London. Tlio French forces of Gen- HH rral Petuln struck u mighty und unux- Hjl peeled blow ngiilnst tho Gorman lino HH northeast of Solssons Tuesday morn HI - ' Ing and mudo soino of tlio most im- HI portmit gains of turrnlii since they Hjl " threw hack the nrmy of tlio German HjM crown prlncu which was besieging HjB Verdun. HI The stroko was nuido over n front of fljj nliout six miles, from tlio cast of flfl Vmixulllon to Purgny-Flhtln, mid came HH uftcr a week of heavy nrtlllery Are. HI Under rainy nnd generally unfavornhlo HH weather condltloim, the French pushed HI forward all nlong the line, aided by HH audaci...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

H - . v. THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' . H growers' urged to save potato crop H Reduce Wastago From Bad H Storage Methods, Food Ad- H ministration's Plea. ADVICE GIVEN BY EXPERT BB . .W"s,ll,1K'n--In nn effort to Olntln- HH mil the wnstnge of potatoes which re- Hj stilts every year from the use f Im- I Jiropcr storage methods, Lou D. Sweet, BR , 1"'fltl f tlio potato division of the Unit- m1 Sink's food administration, has Is- jH fined ii statement outlining the moth- H oils thnt should ho adopted by llio smnll grower to iirevent loss. Ills MB -statement Is ns follows: "It 1h of Rient Impnrtnnco thnt nil tlio polntoes raised this yenr should '', s,01t''l 'ider proper conditions. B Jiven when every preeniillon Is taken tlio wastage of potatoes during the K winter Is considerable; under bud con H Itlons of storage It Is very Brent In- deed. BIJ "In order thnt the best methods mny bo ndopted hy the small growers, those H who have not hnd the experience In H the storage of pot...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

H H . . . ' THE GARLAND CITY" GLOBE. OAKLAND. UTAH , 1 Th Garland City Globe H INDEPENDENT. H -J. A, Wixom, Editor & Mri H iBcll 'phono .... No. 52. H JTBJIMH OF SUIISOIUI'TION : H , "Ono year (iu advance) $1.50 H iSii mouths .75 H . Throo moutbB .50 J i H Entered as second-class niiit- H iter, February 10, 1006, at thu H -post oflioo at Garland, Utali, H under jo Act of Congress of H Marcii 3, 1879. 1 H Subscribers who lail to re- H ceive their papers regularly, fl please notify this oflico. M Thursday, Octobor 25th 1917. H COMMON COLDS ' H Weekly Health Talk No. 37 B (Frnk W. LcClerc, Utah Pub- H lc Health Association) H iTbo season for colds, grippe H amUpneumonia Is at luuid. Tiiu H atinpal toll of these umladics hi H loss of time, medical expenses, H wasted strength, and deaths is H a heavy burden upon us. More M Important to us is thu fact that H i the most of this loss can he H prevented. Thu following para- H 4 graphs, quoted from a bulletin H ' of two Pennsylvania depar...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

, t THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH. - ' H Utah Indus- tiral Review Pacfiic G)nst Mnnufncturcr & Indiutrial Newt Bureau. , As usual the big Industries of. the country uro bucking the Liberty Loan to the limit; but individuals, fanners and every body imiBt go In to make It an unbounded success. Nephl Grain Elevator Co. In corporates for .$10,000. ' Salt Lake Building opera Uoiib for September, 1!)1G, totals $335,000, compared with $14G,0G0 for September, 11)10, or 130 per cent Increase. Salt Lake Alta Transporta tion line being constructed from Wasatch up the Little Cotton wood Canyon to Alta Hearing , completion. Salt Lake 100 Mexican lab orers pass through here to work In sugar beet llelds near St. Anthony, Idaho. Impossi ble to obtain other liolp. Figures showing the saving accomplished by the Southern Pacific's picturesque Lucln cut off across Great Salt Lake indi cate It may be considered one of greatest railroad Improvements of this generation. , Salt Uike Work on war...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

H - " - - ' I . - - '-'fi-A-Kr -jwU? "-r- . -. , - - w,- v r, ;, tw..- Ss:S5 H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH - fl ; Little Problems j H I Sf larried Life j BBBB1 I ? 2 f BBBB1 H J WILLIAM GEORGE JORDAN J Hi DANGER OF Cf. APART H MENTAL H When two friends start out fur n, H' long wnlk trsothcr they seem incline- H lively to adjust their stops ho that H tliuy wnll; shlo by side, within touch- H ln dlstitnco of each other. If one H gradually quickens Ills pueo until lie Is H yards uhead of tliu other mid, In his H bctf-absorptlon, increasingly widens H the dlHtiinee between them, they censo H; to bo two walking together nnil he- H como two walking alone. Marriage Is H it lifelong wit lit together of two who H have selected ench other from nil (lie H world. It Is community of thought, H Ideals, ilium, needs mid sentiments Hint H lends to keep them in stop. It don; H not liieim a sacrifice of ludlvlduiility, H nor doe.s It demand unanimity of opln- H Ion, hut there should ever ho...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

- THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH I 1 " " f - , A GUARANTEED REMEDY FOR ASTHMA Toor ojii nut n atrnnnD or roar Orti!i wltbontanrnnritlonlfthls romedr dure not ben" nt rerrcaienf Aalhmn.llrnnchlKlAithniit.II ADR. R. SGHtFFMAHN'S 9 STHMADOK In either form (Clcirett. pis Millar or Powder) EotlUrelr ultra fNSi'Arir llHMiaK IneTerrcete Dd hit permanentlr cored thoutandt -ho had been eontldered Incurable, after twins tried eterr other mean; of relief In Tain. Bunerertaro afforded an onporlnnltr " -Tallin themtelTet of this "Money :!'. narante offer at through pnrcbatlng from their own reiinlar Ilrunltt, tlier are ante then oonerwlll be refunded Br him If the remedy f alia. You will be the aula Judno at to whether jou are beneOted and will net jour raoner back If ton art not, We do not know of any fairer propotlUos which we could mate. R. Schlllmann Co., Proprietors, St. Piul, Minn. (. will reduce Inflamed, swollen ffiJFS Joints, Stirnlns, Untitles, Soft n il HUunchess Heals Dolls, P...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 25 October 1917

H . THE GARLAND CITY GLOBS, OAKLAND. UTAH 'I H The Garland City Globe. fl , Thursday, October 25th, 1917. H Local Happenings. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GLOBE H F. D. liaird transacted btisi- H ncss in Ogden Tuesday. H Mrs. Fred Coffnian vlsiteu H Ogdcn last Saturday. fl Mrs. P. C. Petterson was an H Ogdcu visitor Sunday. H AIi-s. Currio Perkins was a H passenger to Ogden Sunday. H Miss Ada Empey was a pas- H scnger to Salt Luke Monday. H Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Winters H were In Ogdcn last Saturday. H Mrs. Chris Anderson uud H daughter went to Ogdcn Suu- day. H Mrs. Azar Evans visited H iriends in BrJghum City last H Saturday. M Mrs. 0 L. Winters is visiting H . her daughter in Price, Mrs. H '' Italph Stayner. H Mrs. E. V. Schneider trnns- H acted business hi the state capl- H tal last Saturday. H Mrs. W. G. Wallace left Tues- H day to spend a week with rela- H Uvea In Boise, Idaho. H Mrs. Dixie Shclton and Mrs. H James C. Coombs visited the M state capital Tuesday. H Harry T. Martin has accepte...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

' &' 1 M GARLAND CITY The Metropolt8-CommercI 0iftdr Center or tne (ait bear KirValley I ADVERTISE in the ! fpf Tf f A Tk A H 1Wt ' S 11 7 fVW ATf ' DON'T foet to read jj j paper that goes into , I H Ll i 11 II I I I 1 Iwl I vl l-i? -4 ' $ advtftements in the homes of the peo- I I A H I A lf; I I I III 1111 . his prior It means j ple-The Globe, v 1 1 I JL VliTLIl.JLijLl 1 MM VI 1 I VI JL JJ KJ - SdollarTtaon. 7 I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER ;: A L LJE L 'l Kg E V ( Vn?" ' K E I H VOL. XII GARLAND, UTAH fh'ur(lay,'Novo"mbor 13th, tf7 7 -IS - nA42l H . t" ' - ' f -V , IIR most helpless; It nmned ijPfWk. I Sugar Company Distributes I $615,000.00 This Month H Over a Half Million Dollars Paid Out by H Garland Sugar Factory Between Nov- H ember 1 0th and 1 5th. M Through the various banks of the county, the Garland office of M the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. issued checks this month amounting H to $615,000.00. Of this amount, beet-growers received $490,000. M 00 payment for seventy thousand tons o...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

H GARLAND CITY The Mctropoli8-Commercl dRiMmdd:t4Jt)tfroMne Great Bear KrrValley y H r i rfijr " 2: r ti I H ! ADVERTISE in the ! TAW W ' A Tk A lfK ' WTl 7" ATlf DON'T fowret to rend Ij M J paper that goes into ! I H L I. A I A III V Ivl IIIIH e ndvrftfcoments in j H ir-Tj luC UAKLAliIi Lll i ULU-BC yb,flry I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER jL,A L L E L I ltj E A ( B i,lj N K E T H VOL. XII GARLAND, UTAH ThOntfay 'November 13tb, '?7 . H I Sugar Company Distributes I $615,000.00 This Month Over a Half Million Dollars Paid Out by H Garland Sugar Factory Between Nov- H ember 1 Oth and 1 5th. H Through the various banks of the county, the Garland ofilco of H the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. insued cheeks this month amounting to $615,000.00. Of this amount, beet-growers received $490,000. H' 00 payment for seventy thousand tons of beetsr Tho 10th and M 15th of each mouth during the campaign nre known as "pay M days' today being the monster pay day, This largo nraouut of H money was distributed thus: H' T...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

I lH THE GARLAND CITYlJLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH fl GERMAN SMASH POLITICAL MOVE H 8ECRETARY BAKER 8AY8 ITAL. IAN DRIVE ASTUTE STRATEGY OF GERMAN POLITICIANS. H Situation In West Satisfactory, but HH Fear Expressed That Civil War In Russia Will Allow Teutons to HH Send Men to Western Army. KMfHHH tompUiigttnnljT!!fffflWW Hfl of tho belligerent peoples, tho enemy Hfl lias now been compelled to net on tlio H defenslvo nnd lit being slowly but H mircly driven buck. H "It should bo borno In mind, hoW- H ever, that tho further disintegration H of tho Itusslnu forces will iiienii that H tho Germnns will bo a bio to thin out H their lino nlong this front, which will H thus nutoinntlenlly contribute to the H stiffening of their resistance In tho HI west, im well as render nvullnblo added H contingents to take part In tho en- 9 cuscmsnt! !"w proceeding In Itulv. H "DurliiK tho week Just closed, both B tho llrltlsh and rreiich wcro a bio to H record slgnlllcnut tactical gains, tho H culmination ot a...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

i BBJ ' BrJ U ,- THE GARUAND CITY GLOJBE. GARLAND. UTAH fll 8 MINES AND MINING It la reported Hint the I'rlnco Con- .solldntcd mill nt Uulllonvlllo is opcrnt- lug npiiln. H Jinny fnvnrnblo silver nssnys during Io recent weeks lend ono to the. be fa ; llcf tlint (looilsprliiRs, tlio big r.lna vl . ciimp, niny nt sonio tlmu become n sec Jl - -ond Tonopuh, Shipments of ore front tlio mines of 1 .' - Tlntlc lust week totaled 120 cnrlonds. 1, - Tills iiiiiountH to it totnl of npproxj mutely 0000 tons mid vnlucs lit $1715, ' 000. This Is compared with 127 cnr londs the previous week. rfy :- Animunceniont wtm Hindu from lloa- V. ton lust week Hint tlio directors of tho Ov"'.' u,nl1 s,,,1 & 'runnel company Imvo -V ,. declined another illvlttaid. This Is for ''At' M c'"tH n shnre. It .eipilres tlio pny- ,,,. .. .ment of the sum of ?20.,Jl)0. ,;- In explanation of tho embargoes ' jilnced by the Oregon Short Lino ' against ore, offlclnls of that railroad biivo cited tlielr reasons for tlio...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

H THE GARLAND CITY dJOBE, GARLAND. UTAH , H The Garland City Globe M INDEPENDENT. M J, A, Wixom, Editor & Mgr. H tlAISTATiJWAIWH S Bell 'phono - - - - No. 52. M TEltMS OF SUUSOIUPTION : H Ooo year (in ndvnuco), $1.50 B Six mouths .75 H Tlfroc months .50 M . -tf H Entered ns second-class mat- Hh tor, February 10, 190G, at tho H post ollico ut Qnrlnud, Utah, B under jo Act of Congress of 1 Mai'ca 3, 1870. H Subscribers' who lail to re- H coive their papers regularly, please notify this office-. H Thursday, November 15th, 1917 H The Red Cross H the H Tuberculosis Campaign H (Weekly Health Talk No. 40) H (Frank W. LcClcrc, Utah Pub- H lie Health Association) H . The Red Cross is conducting a H fjicat fight on tuberculosis throughout the nation. Every H Red Cross Chapter has received a H Utter from the national licad- quart of the Red Cross urging H their full co-operation with the P anti - tuberculosis organizations H and explaining the relations be- H tweeu these organizations and ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

sasH - mm-n ; J THE GARLAND CITY GllOBI, GARLAND, UTAH. H v- j M Million Letters In the Mails Today Bearing Magic Words "With the Colors" Keynote of the Splendid Work the Y.M.C.A. Does Among '' ? Our Men In Uniform Is Keeplng'Them In f Touch With the Folks at Home. ; -STAMPED WITH STARS AND STRIPES AND RED TRIANGLE L Multifarious Ways in Which the Association Appeals to Your Boy, v Your Neighbor's Boy, or Homo Boy You Know and Love Oreatos a Holpf ul Environment in Cantonment, on Way Overseas, - in Front Line Tronoh and Bayond First to Aid as He Domes Tottering Back (Jive Your Share of the $36,000,000 Eequired to ,v : Accomplish This "Last Evidouco That Somebody dares." '31 was ovonln on the brosd A Hempstead Plain, tons Island, wlioro thu Rainbow division wai ponding In last night boforo embark ing for France. It had boon raining ' . hard In the afternoon a cold, steady autumn downpour and there was nothing to suggest tho rainbow In the '' outward aspect of the camp. Lines -. t and...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

H - - "f - v. I. .T . "vU i ' AwFZ Tim,itfiimin'"i-Jf"- wmm-b a"1"'" " B bbbbbbbbbI H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH . I HHHH ... .........a hhhbj H I Little Problems I H Married Life J j ' j hhhb HHHB WILLIAM QKORQE JORDAN J HHHB B (Oupjrlglii) H WHEN THE FAMILY INTERFERES. Many n Rood matrimonial ship, with B Its suilltt cargo of hnpplncsH and hope. 1 lins hoou wrecked on the rocks of fnni- BHHBl lly Interference. If It woru customary BBBHl to erect tuitibstMiics to tho memory of dond lovos thu cnuso of tho dentil BBHH of nmrltiit happiness In thousands of BBBHl homes, might ho given In the chiselled BBHH epitaph: "Died From nn Ovfcrdoso of tho Inlorfercnco of Relatives!" If tliero ho ono plnco In tho world whero tho Justice of "homo rulo" should bi unquestioned, tluit plnco la H tho home. Marriage makes the con- BHHBl pie n now llrm, nn Independent pnrtner- BHHH fillip, not a hrnnch house under tho BHHH management of u parent conipnny. It wns Interference nml bud ndvtco th...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

, 11 . THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH H H Davy's Philosophy. H Old Davy Skinner, n flshcrmnn on H thu Cnpo Cod const, wns noted for un- H fnlllng sclf-polso nnd economy of JM words. No ono ever knew Old Davy H to become In the least excited, nor did ho ever wnsto n word. One Hummer day ho was rowing H nlong In his hont, when n dory contain- B Ing Ave or six young summer pcoplo m wns capsized near him. .Naturally M tlicro wero screams and wild confu- r slon, In tho midst of. which Davy j rowed over to tho scene of tho dlsns M , tcr nnd said placidly to tho young pco- M plo who wero clinging to tho bont, H screaming for help: B "Hadn't you better git In?" SWAMP-ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS H There la only ono mcdlcino that really stands out pre-eminent a a medicine for fAW curable nllmcnta of tho kidneys, llvtt H and bladder. H Dr. Kilmer's Bwnmp-Root' standa the H hlghcat for the reason that it hna proven H to be juat the remedy needed in thou j sands upon thouHonds of distressing...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 17 November 1917

B Be B ' THE GARLAND CITY. GLOBE. OAKLAND. UTAH ' .. H The Garland City Globe. H ' Thursday, November 15, 1917 B Local Happenings. H SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GLOBE H Fred Coffman was an Ogden H visitor Inst Saturday and Sunday, H H. A. Aall was in the county M seat on business last Saturday. H Mrs. C. J. Housloy was a pas- H senger to Brigharn City last M Saturday. H W. R. Vanfleet visited .Fnrm- H ington and Salt Lake lastSatur- H day and Sunday. M A. L. Pierce and wife have M moved to this city from Blue H Creek, where they will spoud M the winter. H Hon. M. H. Welling of Field- H ing, boarded the south-bound M passenger at Gurland Tuesday', M emoufe to Salt Lake City. H Mrs. Dr. Mills returned to her H home in Salt Lake Tuesday. H She was accompanied as far as M " Ogden by her daughter, Mrs. A. H K. firiuton. H Mr. nud Mrs. James Wadman H of Ogden, ou a return from their H farm in Promontory, were Sat- H urday night nud Sunday guests H of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Lewis. H Last Saturday and ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

H GARLAND CITY THH METROPOLIS COM MBRCIAL 'AND FINANCIAL CENTER OF THE GREAT BlaAR RIVER VALLEY ' i 7m imm I I siP ! THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE HpT I COVEPS THE' BEAR RIVER f V A L L EY LIKE A BLANKET H VOL XIK GARLAND, UTAH, THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1918 No. 33. W H . . . M 1 I Sad Ending I of Beautiful I Young Lady B n B Miss Alberta Phelps, daughter B of B. II. Phelps of this city, who H , "was shamefully mistreated and mM believed to have been drugged H by a newspaper solicitor by tho H name of V. B. Lindsay and H was taken to tho Stato Mental H (Hospital at ProVo, passed away H from tho ofTects of tho terrible H ordeal she was subjected to, last H Saturday. The testimony sub H - mitted by Miss Vivian Bowcutt H in Justice John J. Shumway's H court last Saturduy, was dls- B guisting and unfit for publica- tlon. Tho Indignation of the community is nrrouscd over the Uownfall and death of tills young lady who was one of our most H highly respected girls. Her unfortunate ending Is a sad H occ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

BBBH asMaU H , - - i bbH aH bbH bB H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' H ' ' I I II.- I - - I II I Cuff Lisaks! BJJfJflJ ' i BJJflJM II (or any teaion any pair ot ruff link made tij BJJSJfl ii ot tatiilactoty.we willgie you a new pair, BJJJBJJ This ii the guarantee that joef wilh each pair. BJJflJK W bellere we mate the bed cull link In be had. BJfjBJJ Out mode! prices male buying eaiy, BOYD PARK H MAKERS OF JEWELRY BJJJflJj MO MAIN SlWil SALT LAKE CITT M BARGAINS IN USED CARS BjBjBJ Is pttndl uM can-Ilfllcki. OMimobllf. Na BJflJBJ llenili-IIJO to 1100. r.oarinl-rJ tint clxi BJflJBJ rnnnlni condlltonair (rim II ttmitJ bf BJflJBJ tllhl pucln. Writ lottUlllUJ Ika nl JKrl- BJflJBJ Hon, Uit Car Den.. BJflJBJ Ramlall-bodd Auto Co, silt Liki air H DEEM PICTURE OUT OF PLACE British Authorities Request Removal fl of Kaiser's Portrait From fl f- Tonga King's Palace. H Germany's Intcccstlng rotations with fl tlio tittle kingdom of Tonga In tl'o fl Kouth I'aclllc nru recalled by recent B...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' H SME, GENTLE REMEDY CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS Tor centuries GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been a standard household remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and stomach trouble, and all diseases connected with tha urinary organs. The kidneys and blad der are the most important organs' of the body. They are the (Uteri, tho purifiers of your blood. If the poisons which enter your system through tho blood and atom , nch arc not entirely thrown out ,by the kidneys and bladder, you are doomed. Weariness, sleeplessness, nervousness, detpondency, backache, stomach trouble, headache, piin in loins and lower abdo men, call stones, gravel, difficulty when 1 urinating, cloudy and bloody urine, rheu matism, sciatica and lumbago, all warn you to look after your kidneys and bladder. All these indicate sotno weakness of the kidnexs or other organs or that the enemy microbes which aro always present in your system have attacked your weak spots. , COM) MKDATi Haarlem Oil C...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
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