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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 21 December 1918

HP H '."' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH . ' H . . ,., ... ,.., , ., , , jTHE GARLAND CITY GLOBE; H SATURDAY, DEC. 21st, 1918 I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H A Merry Christmas. H o H Christmas next Wednesday. H Buy him a tire for Christmas. H Hymer Bros. Garage. lt-adv BH o J Barber L. F. White has gone H to Pocatello, Idnho, to spend tho H winter. HBfl n H Dclos Adams of East Garland, H was In the county scat on busl- H ncss Tuesday. BBJ H Mrs. P. C. Anderson of Salt H Lake, Is visiting with her daugli- H ter, Mrs. A. S. Ross. Bfl o H Lcroy Oyler of East Garland, H has moved with his family to B4yJ Salt Lake to spend the winter. Bfl o J Buy him a tiro for Christmas. H Hymer Bros. Garage. lt-adv J o J A. S. Ross, one of our Junior H High School teachers, has been H teaching school in Elwood this H week. m o H Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Hnnsen of H Brlgham City, were last Sunday H guests of S. II. Bingham and H family. H ' The Fred Manning family have H about recovered tho Influenza H and Fred h...

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. — 28 December 1918

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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. — 28 December 1918

1 THE GARLAND CITY- GLOBE, GARLAND,- UTAH ' H Private "Ginger" H As Seen Through H the Barbed Wire aid TT T H Sergeant Arthur Guy fl Empey H Author of "Over the Toft" H "First Call," Etc. H O-O-O H Mr. Empey's Experi- H encesDuringHisScven- H teen Months in theFirst H Line Trenches of the H British Army in France iiiH Copjribt,llT,br1MrClareoirii)apr B Hrndluta) H 0 H There were six of us, H "Curly" Wnllaco wns cnllcd "Curly" H becnusc he had tlio cutest llttlo Delia H Fox, or spit curl, ns tho gum-chewers H mil It, you over- snw. Wallaqo .-was H proud of, that cur), and gavo It tho H licst of attention and care, no was H 'Happy" Houghton earned his nick H nn'ma by hla constant smllo and happy H disposition. Ho was English, a Lou H "Hungry" Foxcroft really earned his H title. Ho took spcclnl pains that our H rations would not becomo mildewed by H lying nrouivl too long In tho dampness H of our dugout. IIo was English ; also H from London. H "Ikcy" ITonncy, dubbpd."IUey" bo B cause I...

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. — 28 December 1918

I T . 'i -r 7 'iWB ' ."' te: , ' -,. , .THEGARLAND'CITY-GLOBErGARLAND, UTAH ' 'I , Many of onr American women were wv ! able to Uke up the duties of nunlng it the front, but they should know how to Uke care of their own t home, end for this purpose no better book wis. ever printed than thd Medical Adviser a book containing 1,008, pages, and bound in cloth, . with chapter on Pint Aid, Bandaging tntl care of Fractures, Taking euro of the I j3ick, Physiology, Hygiene, Sex Problems, Mother and Dabc, which can be had at a .most drug stores, or send SO centi to the publishers, 003 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. The women at home, who arp worn ' out, who luIcr froin pain at regular or Irregular Interval, who arc nervous or " 'dizzy at limes, shoukl tako that reliable, , S temperance, herbal ton to which a doctor in active practice prescribed many yea agq, Kovr aold by diugglttt, In tablets and liq- " uid, aa Dr. 1'ierco'i Favorlto .Prescription. "5 Send 10o to Dr. Pierce's Invallda' Hotel, Buffa...

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. — 28 December 1918

3"" ' " I z-S 7 " T- " " ""new""""''- ""K " - -y bbbbbbm bbbI 1 -t tHE GARLAND CITV GLOBE, OAttLAtiD, UTAH BBBJ rr' " "' ' , I y th Qwlarid City Qlob H -l ' INDEPENDENT 1 V. , Published Wsekly H 'Ifjf J. A. Wixom - - Publisher M 'y-. Bell 'phone No. 52 H . . Term of Sitocription: H ' One year (Jn advance) $2.00 , M , Six months .... $1.00 H "Three months .... COc FH , H . r Entered as second-class matter, -February M :?fi 10,1900, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- H v S'f' grsB of March 3, 1879. BBBJ ... i 4 - Subscribers who fall to receive their papera H regularly, please notify this office. ' M ' SATURDAY, DEC. 28th, 1918 H Apponl for Honost Rodomption M of W. S. S. Pledges ' H o H The County Central Committee H of W. S. S. Is maldng a final ap- H peal for the honest redemption H of War Savings Pledges. H Chairman Pond Is In receipt H of a letter from State Chnlnnan H James W. Collins who urges, In H the strongest languago possible, H that the citizens of Box Eider H county...

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. — 28 December 1918

"i i vPB. ptH ph , ' ' - THE OAKLAND CITY GLOBfe, GARLAND," UTAH - " ' . : , ' ' - V a"JM5??B5,'iB'',"aWM,BBl'ejB'iaM""iaaaiwBMiMBMiaaiB P9J ! A BANK GREETING TO FARMERS) 1 y I This-Bank gives special attention to the wants and needs U U i ffr U f Farmers. We endeavor to know the needs off the farmers I U I B - 3C. and to assist them in every way possible. Our officers are - R H H I ready and. anxious to render every assistance to depositors fi I n 'II and others. mz& I u H 'V D We inv'to yu to place your account with us. H Our facilities are at your disposal U 1 Resources December 1 7, 1913, $425,000.oo Q I ft. 'D Oar It9! lit afe - f H I OFFICERS: : r. ,1 DIRECTORS: : I D M ,t H 'i -o-o-o- J R. L. Bush, Oluf Johnson, D ' I Mosiah Evan, President Moroni Ward, Jonn F. Conley, U II 'X I M. D. Evans, Vice-President and Cashier I I P,C, Petterson, John F. Burton, I U lH -s n I n Pi sph I Miss Hattie Hess, Assistant Cashier I I Elias S. Smith y D & 'HaJirVIBJB9aC3H3PP3PE3PP3KP9E...

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. — 28 December 1918

H' ' 1 -. xIl . . . v -,X--------- BBBBBBH BfBl ' "" " 1..1T :.'- r!-r JM GALANDT YtoBE. GARLAND, UTAH " " "' " " - --,, BEF REVIEW OF A WEEK'S EVENTS. H RDCORD Cr THE IMPORTANT .' HAPPENINGS IN ITEM- , A IZED FORM !r . 1,4 J Horn and rorelgn Newt Gathered BBBJ From All Quarters of the World, BBB and Prepared. for Duty Men H INTERMCUNTAIN. BBBJ O. M. Hams', Itcpuhlleun Htute BBBJ chairman mill one of the most pronil- BBBj ncnt attorneys In Montana, died from BBBJ ' n fractured skull .sustained In ti full to BBj the slduwiillc during a fist fight on tlin BBj streets at Livingston, .Mont., luilf mi BBj hour eiirllcrwltli PokmiiuMit J.ySwln- BBj dlehurst. "SwiudlehunU jravu himself BBfl tin to Ihu sheriff and I In tin- county B BBBJ Found with two bullet wounuVlu his BBj body, which ho 1m belluvod tolmvo're-J BBj colved during u pistol buttle wllh u BBBJ (msse forty-two hours before, Dim HHM hlrhy, boo 1 1 cm' r suspect, was arrest- BBj Id lit .Suit H Slnco Juno, 1017, Alfrc-d IL llehr...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 28 December 1918

-- ' H H & H ' "" 1fl , rft - H ' , THE GARLAND CIHY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH w ' . gfl I j' PERSONAL' I ! STOCK-TAKING ! M J DawnofNewYearaGood B J. Time to Bolster Up J Weak Spots J H B TV T OW'S tlio tlmo for n pcrsonnt i ll slock tftl;,nB- T1, hnblt Is ) In the nlr around Christinas. Tlio klddlo lives a mlscrublo llfo from tlio first of December trying to do his best bo tlmt old Santa will bo Rood to lilm. The nverngo mnn starts In around Christmas to think about tlio New Yentv resolutions he Is 1 going to mnko. All his friends, wise I and 'othcrwlso proffer ndvlco gratis M until the poor chnp Isn't suro whether J tlio New Year Is coming or going nnd Y ho himself Is hopelessly lost. If he's I wlso ho will go off by himself to a BY quiet corner and turn over tlio events of, the past year nnd strlko n bnlnnco J on the results. The chances nro that J ho will feel as chipper ns a squirrel In ilny when the Job'ls finished. There J will be mony Instances where tho J knight hnvo bceti"...

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. — 28 December 1918

HssV.- tt A f- .nWMWJ Xa t '-n ''''"'''""''flyrfwWtt1f ?V 'i- -"S-r-wiBVwwj -.-- i rH Baal 'Bal BBS ! BbI I ' H fv- - - - - THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH ' " 'I . a mm i . H s THE GARLAND CBTY GLOBE; H SATURDAY, DEC. 28th, 1918 HI 5 . L I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H Mrs. Lucy A. Clark was hero H the first of the week. Hjk O HI M. D. Evans made a business M trip to Ogden Tuesday. km C. E. Wilson of Ogden, was H hero last Saturday on business. U o 1 Mrs. G. R. Korth spent Ohrlst- mas with her sister in Brlghnm H' City. M I , M. D. Evans transacted busi- H ness in Ogden and Salt Lake H Friday of last week. M o 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Evans m entertained at dinner last Sun- H day, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hyrner. B o H Mr. and Mrs. James J. Thomp- M son visited relatives in Dayton, H Idaho Thursday and yesterday. B o Lm F. A. Webster went to Salt H Lake to spend Christmas with Lm an old friend who went to school Lm with him in his native state. m o ' M A note from W. J. Olson of M ' Yakima, Washi...

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. — 15 March 1919

I H GARLAND CITY THE METROPOLIS COM MBRClilND FINANCIAL CENTER OF THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEJY I j ADVERTISE in the rrIf SV A fW W A TlSTlfX fHPI T f TT f X" F ' DON'T forget to road ' I ,' paper that goes into I I-I L I L 1 WVE I I I I . IS 1 11 i-rf ! tho advertisements in M I irsrfflar MIC UAKLAiU LIl I ULUdC sjsu j j I COVERS THE BEA R RIVER j$ VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET II H VOL. XIV t GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 No. 7. l I Farewell Social to I T. H. Edwards and Family M Tho Palace hall was the scene H of a very pleasant gathering on H Tuesday evening of this week ' H when tho citizens of Garland H turned out en nuiBso to pay their H respects to Supt. Thalcs II. Ed-' wards and family who left Wcd H ncsday to make their future a- j bodo la Spanish Fork where Mr. I Edwards Is tho new superlnten- dent of tho Spanish Fork factory of Uio Utah-Idaho Sugar Corn el -pany. The hall was crowded with friends of tho family and M the dance and social was a very successful affair. Mr....

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. — 15 March 1919

BBBBj BSHi M . THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH BBBBj; - , Weekly Health Talks H A Single- Remedy Often Cures H Many Diseases H HY valentine: mott, m. d. BBH It Is nlmost impossible to giro a H,t ol BBBB the cndlctw disuses that follow Indigestion. BBBB Perhaps a whola column in tills newspa- BBBB pqr would bo required to print them all. BBBB You cat to keep nlive to supply blood and BBBB flesh and bono and musclo and brain. It BBBB in raiiy to sec that If your food is not dl- BBBB nested and taken up by tho dclicnto or- BBBB gang and distributed where it Is needed, n BBB (lificnfe of isomo sort is sure to come. Dys- BBBB pepsia is a common symptom, and so aro BBB liver complaint, low of flesh, nervousness, BBB bad memory, dizziness, sleeplessness, no BBB appetite. Many times, when neglected, in- BBBB digestion results In coughs, throat diseases, BBB catarrh, lnunchltls and even more danger- BBB ous things. And oil these disorders ariso BBB liecausa tho food is not properly dig...

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. — 15 March 1919

j lM H I H ' THE GAPLAND CT.TV OT.nnp, OAKLAND TTTAH I Thousands Have Kidney I Trouble and Never I Suspect It H Applicants for Insurance Often H Rejected. Judging from reporta from druggists H -who arc constantly in direct touch with . 'the public, there la one preparation that H "has been very succctaful in overcoming these conditions. Tho mild and healing influence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Iloot la oon rcalired. It stands the highest for its remarkatilc record of success. An examining phjsician for one of the prominent Life Insurance Companies, In nn Interview of the subject, niado tho as- tonisliing slatement thqt one reason why .o many spplictnte for insurance aro re- jected is became kidney trouble ia ao -common to the Amcricnnjjcople, and the large majority of those whose appllca H tlona are declined do not even suspect that they have the disease. It ia on sale .at all drug store in bottles of two aizet, medium and large. However, If you wish firat to test this H great preparatio...

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. — 15 March 1919

H 1 HE QARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARiI'AMD, UTAH " ' ' ' ' -'; . Tito Garland City Glob H INDEPENDENT H I , Published Wookly H J. .A. Wlxom Publisher H Boll 'phono No. 52 1 Terms of Suvcncriptlon: B One year (in advance) $2.00 H Six months .... $1.00 ' H Thrco months .... GOc B Entered as Becond-claos matter, February B , 10, 190G, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- H grss of March 3, 1870. fl 1 I I ! III! I! . M Subscribers who fall to receive their papers H regularly, plcaso notify thi3 ofllcc. H SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 I Utah lndus m- trial Review HHHj o M Pacific Coast Manufacturer and H Industrial Nowa Bureau BBBj a m March 10. JBrlgham City. m Flvo natural gas wells to bo de- M vclopcd near here. H Delta milliard County Chron- 1 lclo goes under management of m Frank BcckwIUi. fl Down with, pessimism I Needs H of tho hour nro vision and cour- 1 age. American gonlus will 1 master problems of present as it M lias in tho past. H Salt Lake Now Metal States H Company capitalized at ...

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. — 15 March 1919

i' -- THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH "" 1. .. WIIIWI'I''WMI"''W"'"I"","'WW"MMMMMMMMIMM1IIMIIMIMII M GEN. PERSUING COMMENDS AID RENDERED AMY Pot Exchanges Overseas Are Tken Over by the MilL tary Authorities Asserting that tho Valuablo aid ren dered by the war sorvlco of tho V. M. C. A. had boon a largo factor In tho final great accomplishments of tho Amorlcan army, General Pershing, In a communication to D. C. Cartor, In charge of association operations with the Amorlcan Expeditionary Forces, pays a splindld trlbuto to tho work which this agency accomplished under oxtremo difficulties and handicaps. "Tho V. M. 0. A. aorved tho army hot ter than could havo boon expected," says General Pershing. . At Its own request the Amorlcan Y. M. C. A. has boon relieved from main taining post exchanges with the Ex peditionary forces Overseas, tho need for such sorvlco having boen relieved with the signing of the armistice. Cor 'reipondenco exchanged between Gen eral Pershing and E. C. Carte...

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. — 15 March 1919

HBBMBBPBBpPPJpBJBJBJBJBjBJBjBBB ttl I x I 'I THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE GARLAND. UTAH - H lj . ii - - mr ttm a m ' --- , - n . , rf jM. H ; 111- ' il I I When the Colorado HbTI "aP TTC T'T'TV ' I Burst Its Banks and W IP 1 m M BT By I Valley ofaUfornia A. JL JLV JL'JL W JL-rfJLW Ednatl Alkd! I BBf Copyright, Bobba-Merrlil Company H H I 'I I i H I STORMS HOVEP OVER THE CANVAS HOUSEHOLD OF THE H HAROINS AS RICKARD TAKES THE REINS. H Synopslo. K. 0. Blekuid, nn engineer of the Overland Pacific roll H rond. Is colled to Hie office of President Marshall In Tucson, Ariz. While H waiting Itlckard rends n report on the ravages of tlio Colorado river, H despite the efforts of Thomas Ilnrdln, head nf the Desert Iluclamatlon BBb , company. Hardin hnd been- n student under Itlcknrd In nn eastern col- m lege and hnd married Gcrty Holmes, with whom Itlcknrd had fancied he M was In love. MunhntMellR Itlcknrd tho Overland 1'nclllc must step In to BBb i Rnve tho Imperial valley nnd wishes to send Itlckn...

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. — 15 March 1919

I l "5hBH Hal i v.5fB H r,--rrr------------llM the garland city globe, garland, utah I I I Who Benefits By I I High Prices? I II You feel that retail 1 I III n?eat Prices are too high. 1 I II Your retailer' says he I j I HI haS t0 pay hSher prices I I 11 to e Pacers' If I 11 Swift & Company prove li I II that out of every dollar I II the retailer pays to the 1 I If packers for meat, 2 cents I III is for packers' profit, 13 1 1 I ' 1 cents is for operating I i - expenses, and 85 cents 1 I I oes to tie soc raiser if ill I H and that the prices of live II I 11 stock and meat move up I I and down together. I J I H The live-stock raiser points I I HI to rising costs ofraising live stock. I I 11 Labor reminds us that higher 1 1 I I I wages must go hand in hand 1 I IN i w tne new cost vm& lljj I II I No one, apparently, is 1 1 I Hi responsible. No one, apparently, I I 1(1 1 is benefited "by higher prices and I I Hi higher income. I HI e are a lvn a a high- 111 I l priced scale. One...

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. — 15 March 1919

W I BBt BBB1 bbp Baal Hi' Baal Ijifc" THE GARLAND CITY QLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH v H ' 77. .7 " I...H- i i I (THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE; I . ! v SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1919 I , L I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H i I Next Monday is St Patrick's H day. I F. E. King went to Salt Lako H last Sunday. I Mrs. It. T. Sliaw was ti Logan Hi visitor Wednesday. H Bishop Charles Munns was in H' Salt Lako on business Wedncs H day. H A. .A. Capenor of Riverside, H was a passenger to Briglmm H City last Saturday. Q. C. Ilyincr and wifo went to H Salt Lako Wednesday to attend ' the grand Auto Show. K J. L. Nihart left last Saturday V for Buhl, Idaho, to visit rolatives H and look the country over. H Mrs. George B. Hughes and H children spent a few days of this H week with relatives and friends H in Mcndon. H Arthur Felslcd and Earl Evans H returned last Saturday from a. H Uireo weeks' sojourn in the stato of California. H Mrs. Gcorgo D. Robinson H spent last Saturday and Sunday H with her daughter in Ogden, Mrs C. E. Wils...

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. — 26 July 1919

H - y i 1 'l- ,0,,&rSor'Mo I H1 ill ' ' B ' GARLAND C1TV TH METROPOLIS COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL CENTER OF THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ; ' . jH J ADVERTISE In the J rWW TT A fW A T TV ITI T " IT AFIf DON'T forget to reaa M M ' paper that goes into I ML v A 111 A I 1 ! 11 fH I I II K the advertisements in isssfif i 1 nC viAKLAlXUi LI I i ULUdE surew" r I H f I ' COVERS THE BEAR RIVER jj7 ALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I H VOL. XIV GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY JULY 26, 1919 No. 26 B Married in S. L. Temple w H Wednesday of last week, Ezra M P. Jensen of this city and Miss WMt Nina Vanfleet of Farmington, Mmw were united in marriage at the H Salt Lake temple. The newly- Hj weds are popular young people Mmw and have a host of friends. The H groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H Peter Jensen and recently re- H turned from service in Uncle H Sam's camp at Little Rock, Ar- H ' kansas. He is our city recorder H and has filled many positions' H of trust At present he is one H ) of the office force of in th...

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. — 26 July 1919

THE GARLAND CITY(3L0BE, GARLAND, UTAH I ' i " I NEWS STORY OF mm WEEK f A Complete History of Whet Htu Been Happening Throughout H die World. H INTERMOUNTAIN. HBVJ Telephonic advices from (lold Hill HBSJ to officers at Wondovur, Utah, tell of H a murder near Trout creek, Juab conn- H ty, foity miles south ' of Cold Hill, H Tuesday morning, (loorge IlarrlH, a homesteader and former soldier, In nl- H leged to luivo Hliot and hilled .tevso H C'ono of Trout Crock and to laivu ser- H loiiHly wounded .lames Snbey, n dep- H. uty sheriff of Oallao. B Definite relief for slockgrowers In H tho drought-stricken regions of tlio H north west was Tuesday ordered hytlic H railroad administration, holh In the H matter of reduced niton on feed K'i'K H, Into these areas and itn the shipment H Thomas Carroll, engineer, Chlirles H It, Hohhs, hnil;eiimi, hoth of Kvunston, H Wyo and Arthur 10. Woods, flroiiiun H' of Ogdcn, were" liiHtnlitly killed at H; 4: in o'eloek Monday morning lit Cur- H' vo, sixty ...

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. — 26 July 1919

IbT r BflBflBBBBBBll I - v . ... H ' ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH H ! I THE HILLM AN I By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM JOHN HEARS MYSTERIOUS PHRASES WHICH TROUBLE I HIM WITH GRAVE DOUBTS ABOUT LOUISE-AT TIMES , HE WISHES HE WERE BACK IN THE HILLS. : Synoptlt. Loulso Mnurcl, famous actress, mnklng a motor tour of i rural England, was obliged, when her car broko down, to spend tlio l night at tho ancestral homo of Stephen and John Strnngowcy, bachelor 'U woman-haters, In tho Cumberland district. Beforo sho left tho next day I sho had captivated John, Thrco months later ho went to London and B looked her up1, Sho Introduced him to her friends, among them Grnlllot, H a playwright, and Sophy Gerard, a llght-hcnrtod Uttlo actress. John, W puritanical In his views, entered tho gay bohcmlan Ufa of tho city with l,lj enthusiasm. It was soon seen thnt John nnd tho prlnco of Scyro wcro l rlvats for tho heart and hand of Louise. Sophy also loved John :H secretly. Tho prlnco tried to cntico ...

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