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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 August 1908

Halt Iko voters. ,av.. taken an option on the boulder I1 -.. 0 he 1 14 moru I Tiw matm BVasMSa. 4i. - ., , i I Un.i. ,...... . -t-t. . I " Mm llb M t ! rj Ilaj ed. ear re hal to f n hai It 1 GLiOBE SUPPLEMENT. arn ' lrj i a ,df. Vol 3 Garland Utah, August 1 5, '08. No, 28 J In hi Justice Knudson's "ld Court 19( t tl Ttjj case of J F Owens and n"tj je OfRil arrested for disturbing ret the peace in this city on July ' 24th, and Singing Star Spangled 8h Banner, came before Justice I. tn Knud.ton of Urigham, at 10 a m Wednesday. A fine of $10 was con imposed on Mr. Owens and Joe 500 Org'' was taxed $15. An appeal mo was taken to the District Court. arc At 4 p m the case of Karl h Hales and Fred Sylvester of th Riverside, arrested July 20 on a 8tu similar charge, was ventulated before said Justice and each were to asked for 5 plunks. After im- Jj posing the fine, the Justice revers- Pru ed the decesion and added the crel costs. Case appealed to the ,e o District court. irhw put clei LADI...

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 August 1908

1 iti rrmiMK i ' ....i-i..., ..i... i , .,..,. , j, LET LINEN "REST" i WAY OF PROLONGING USEFUL NES8 OF THE MATERIAL. System Devised by One Housekeeper Is Probably the Best Scheme That Has Been Devised for Economy. I Pew housekeepers realize that all linen In constant use will keep long er If It in allowed to "rest" at times. This name principle holds good with garments and various toilet articles. Take, for example, the plan followed by a woman whose house linen Is lim ited and who likes to make It last She has a family of three and keeps out eight Bheets each week. As soiled ones come in fresh from the laundry she places them always at the bottom of the pile, so In this way the same sheet In not used two weeks in suc cession, but Is sure of a fortnight's, If not three weeks' "rest." In a store closet she keeps two other piles of eight, and every two months the sets of sheets that have been In use are put Into the Btore place, another set I being put Into the cupboard for week yr l...

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 August 1908

I J Ths I I Princess ! I Elopes H I By HAROLD McGRATH I H9 jz Author of HH I "The Man on the Boa," RBSV "Hearta and Maaka," Etc. BH (Ci.jniilil, KUi, l:,..l., M. ii,. i .. l AB 8YNOP8I3. H Art), ui WarrlnKtnn. miTlran ronpul BSSIIB tn It'ir, lii'lt. teflfl how i 'U'.iiliik' Uuiiid BBSBSJ J)ukr attempts to force IiIh netce, I'rln- BBSIIB i-.-.. Hlldegarde. in i tin rr- I'rlni-i. Doppte- BlIBSR kllin, an nlil widow it Vliri IliKlctl ilot'B BlIBSR not know tin- prtnoeas even by slht. ) VI, Hi linrni-litu-k rldltll III til Hint!-)' ) rtla-lit overtakes lilni anil ha seeks aoeonv BlIIBX llnil;itl,,n- In .1 dilapidate I i Hatlf. II I BlIIBfl In1 Hilda tWO womi'ti anil an nlil man BSJIlB ai'rv-unl Out k iin Im I'rlnr-psa lllldi' BBJBJR Kiiuii' iiii.i tha iiiIiit n friend, Hun Betty BlIIBSJ Monro, of KiiKliind. Thoy iliMain him to BBSIIIJ witness a inork nntrrlHun liotwurn tin BlIBSBJ prim i'hh ami a illKitr;i,-i , army ofnVpr, BlIBSBj nti-inlmi k. ilnne for tin' purpose of foiling BlIIBSJ ...

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 August 1908

The General Demand of the Well-informed of the World has always been for a aimple, (Jeaaant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of knows value; a laxative which physicians could aanction for family use because its com ponent parts arc known to them to ba wholesome and tndy beneficial in effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with its ex cellent combination of Syrup of Figs and 4 Elixir of Senna, the California Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of tho laxative for its remark able success. That is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna is given the preference by the Well-informed. To get it beneficial effects always buy the genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all lending druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle. HARD TIMES, INDEED. "Poor man! so you are a victim of W the late financial panic?" "Yes, lady. You see, folks along de route Is t...

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 August 1908

H THE GARLAND GLOBE H r B THE (iARLAND GLOME Bfl INOKi'KNliKNT. MHg .1. A Wivi.m, . . Kcllfor and Mnpr. Ks Telephone No 52 Red BKf (."ormerlrWystt's Butcher Shop.) BE' Enured u aeeend-ctaiia matter February 17. !mJK fM, at tha pest ofllee at Oarland. Utah, under SfcSa lha Aat of Consrres of March :i, 187. rtJK? Huliscrlhe r ho fall to receive their FyS" "' papers ri'Kiiliirl) , plciuie notify this office HI Saturday, Aug. 15, 198 jM ITEMS OF INTEREST. HHS Stipl. Tu.lrs II. Kclwards left last hH Saturday for Malm to visit I lie Hng.r B factories of 1 lint itate and call on old B hi 'iiiKtniKii.es of the HiiKr Moiling In- H Oeo. Henrle ami wife and Hoy ('In? - H ton and wife rcturui'il last week from a H vImH with relatives In I'unitulh h, Oar- H Held County. H lien Clayton, who lias been absent H from town for the past two years, re H turned home last week. He la so pleased H with the growth nnd advancement our H city ha. made during his ahaence, Hint H he Iihh decided to remain here...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 August 1908

bBssaBH bbBBj I f raoTH GARLAND GLOBEJbus I ' - ii i. ii . -,. .... , , , ' " ' I I I ii . .. . .-ii --.-... .. ... ill i i m alss w BBBBBH DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 3. No. 20. Published at (iorlond, Utoh. Soturdoy, Aug 22, 1905 H ' - i -- . - bbbbs Four Gunty Fair Meetings. U llllsm GJasmann, president and dlr i ector general of the Four County Fair to I- held In Ogden Sept. 30th. Oct 1st, 2nd and 3rd, will make a tour of the Rear Illvcr Valley next week in an j autnmolillc, accompanied by members of the board. Meeting will be held throughout the Valley m followa: Corluuc, Monday. Aug. 24, at 8 p m. Ileal River City , Tueaday, Aug. 38, at W m. Treinont, Tueaday, Aug. 23, t 1 p m. Thatcher, Tuesday, Aug, 26, at 4 p m Oarland, Tuesday, Aug. 29, at 8 p ni. Fielding, Weduesdey, Aug. 20, at 0 a ni. Uewcyville, Aug. 24, at 1 p in. Hrigham, Aug. 26, at 8 p m. 1r Don't fail to cosie out to thcae meet- lugs aa important matter pertaining to t...

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 August 1908

H . 8 The Garland Globe BS Published Every Saturday at MB OAKLAND .... UTAH ftB Terms of Subscription: KHB One year (In advance) 11.60 mSj Six montba 76 QMH Three month 60 nitf! Advertising rates furnished on appll- rCQs est Ion S&C? J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS H There i bulldin;; activity In IjH Lehl tliis season than for several IH years past. H Tho Lehl city council has raised the H city tnx rate from 7 to 10 mills for H city and street purpose. H Four hundred Hlack Hawk war vet- B ii (ii attended ili encampment at B Sp.-mi- h Fork last week. H The Salt Lake team of Ragles won H the tlrst prize. $1,000 cash, In the H parade contest Ht Seattle laHt week. H The Wlllard cannery huH now about IIH cmpleted its run on hcuna and has H commenced to enn la rue quantities ol apricots. H Petitions are being circulated at H Wlllncd favoring a local option plank H In the platforms of all the political H parties this fall. H A piece of glazed pottery, evidently I a relic...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 August 1908

i ' Deformed Where Our Edu- ri 1 cational System l3CflOOlS Needs Reforming II ' By ANDREW S. DRAPEB. (nmmlnloin ol Eiluc llloi, New York City. mmmm UK public school system of the country lias grown deformed, F nnd is one-sidod and not brond enough at the base. The trouble is not that the higher institutions have grown abnor- s5a inally. SB Nor is the difficulty in the secondary schools, although they an- affected lv it. The ailment is in the eli mtary M schools. JQ Our elementary schools train for no industrial employ- mmJ incuts. They lead to nothing but the secondary school, which in turn leads to the college, the university, and the professional school, and so very exclusively to professional occupations. It is time to organize a wholly new order of schools as a part of the public school system. We may separate it into two general clcsses. One slass may train all-round mechanics for work in factories, where workmen let in co-operation, where each is part of nn organization, and w...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 August 1908

I ""aBBPHSBBJBBl aaV H H The Garland Globe HH p.blUr..d Evany B.turrf.y .1 BBS CAM.AND UTAH, fvajBY - 1 E3B Trmi f Subscript Ion: IBB Om raar (la advance) 11.10 aBBjBjf bjbb stOBtkt ...........,. . s H Vraa Booths IS KB AOtwrtlsInc rataa furnish mm aa fKfflj maaUot KJ1SB BaBtita a aacond-alaaa mattaf Qfln VWbraair IT, U0. at the pottoffle at B Oartaad. tfuh undar tha Act of Oscv I crass at Mardh I. P9jV . A. WtwaiH Editor and Manaaar IbH O. .8 L. TIME TABLE JJH Paaaangar N Jl Piminii No. II RBRjY aouii bound hobtb aourn - RH t Hated TJt 1t Brishui in p a RH a Oarlaaa I 42 L (Mih Ml H- . S THPHMl l:CT B Iff TraaMat 1:45 p a RJRj IfftMut t:17a Iff Garland IMp- I , Ar Brteaan Mia A Malad tilt a RaJR Ofrnill via Oaaka CobumU with Caeh BBS Yalta trala No. 11 for Vall.r train No II tnm MmJM tadoa aad Ball Laka. OsHan awl Bolt Laka, M MIXED TRAIN. PH North Bouod. H loavea Ogden 8:20 a. no. fJRM Brigham., . .9:55 a. m. H M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. TM m Tremoot.. .10:53 a. m. I M Garland . ....

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 August 1908

1 I M ':( R A S H G0 PRICES 1 I ; lyj Abb DEPMRTJimTTll I f Olir "Ifivunn Ollt rllsi which began last Monday, started with a RUSH and to f I I WUI uua'"y yjut ' keCp up the RUSH we will put on sale MONDAY I J lo,ooo yds. mill end percales cuorth I5e I j per Yd. at sz cents per yard, I Fa m 0& - -b flHMpSHHIHBHHlllRSBi I ? When you come to Brighaai, be sure and come prepared to buy in all the different departments. Everything in our Store is being M q) CLOSED OUT REGARDLESS AS TO COST and never again will the public get an opportunity to buy at WHOLESALE 0 H 5 and LESS It will more than pay you to visit our Store during the next two wetks. 4fc M J REMEMBER: We are prepared fo clothe you from HEAD TO FOOT. I I The Hanson Mercantile Company, Bri9SZotv I . 1 THE STORE THAT MAKES GOOD. g I ZmSM '8 Proable that the water power in - the United States exceeds 30,000,000 horee WT power and under certain assumptions as to 4 JIA1Mi5 storage reservoirs this amount can be in- Iilt ion's crea...

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. — 22 August 1908

BjBBH IWTTTTT II .1 ii hi .I,. i i ?R VsasBBia!fid)lBBBBw M Ti.N woman nnyn that after M month, of Mlffr-rlnff l.ydin I'.. gH Plnkliuia's VoKotahlo Compound B mini'- Imt iih well an over. H Maudo E. Fbfffe, of T-eesburg,Va., M writes to Airs. l'inkliam: H "1 want other Buffering women to H know what Lydla B. PlaCaam! Vepe- S labia Ouuipoand baa dona for rot monttiH I suffered from feminine ilia H ao that I thoaafc I ctMiid not lira I H wrote you, and nfti-r tnliing l.li.i K. H Pinkhnm'a Vegetable ' impound, and H iiitlntf tlio treatment you prescribed I B felt id..- n new woman. I am now H strong, and will iiscvcr, and thank you for the i"""' von have done mc." B FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. M For thirty ysin I.yiliu K. I'ink- m ham's Vegetable Compound, made H from p'ots iiiui berba, has been ilo H ' hi in. i, imI remedy for female ills. H ami lias itfiMliwlvcuivtl thousands of B women whohavn been troubled with H disiilarcmt'iits, iiill;uiminliin,ult ni- M tion, fibroid tuiniiis, Inegtua...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 August 1908

M 1 Truth and Quality appeal to the Well-informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent success and creditable standing. Accor ingly, it Is not claimed that Syrup of Fiji and Elixir of Senna is the only remedy ol known value, but one of many reaHons why it is the best of personal and family laxatives is the fact that it cleanses, 1 sweetens and relieves the internal organs on which it acts without any debilitating after effects and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and Its component parts are known to and approved by physicians, as it is free from all objection able substances. To get its beneficial effects always purchase the genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading drug-gists. FATIGUED EXPRESSION. "Ntsrlv sll la." THE TIME TE8T. That la What Proves True Merit. Doan's Kidney PIIU bring the quick eat of relief from backache and kid tney tro...

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 August 1908

H THE GARLAND GLOME r J MB THE GARLAND GLOBE B INnKI'KNDKNi SB J. A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. E Telephone No 52 Red gj tPormerlr Wratt's Butehar Shop. HE Entared . aaoond-claas raatUr Pakruair 11. Wrj MM, at tha poll office i Garland. Utah, undar trjm th Act of Oonarraa. of March S. 179. 3&fci Hubscrltiers w bo fall M reeelve their Wt papers regularly , please notify this oillcc SH Saturday, Aug. 22, 19' 8 ITEMS OF INTEREST. HI H lii'Hii Haason Meieanllle Oi's big "l H on pin"' ft. H J A Knstan wan In town a ft Bajn H tlili week. H .)..i j.li .It-men iii mi Ogilen visitor H Tuesday . H v".' 1 1 piii - for v tailor to Brighton B Auk 27tb. H C K Wilson returned Monday from m9 trip lo Ogden. H F f) Welling wan transarling business H Id Brighton Tuesday. H Ally II C OmII of Brighton ' here, on H legal business Tuesday . H A 1 Urover left Wednesday tin a trip H to t lie- Hear I. nke entllltr . H BLANK NOTES ' ' Mil M H this office. 10c per doxen B W J Fife left Wednesday for Hear H...

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 August 1908

assssssssfl taBSaj 1111 THE GARLAND GLOBE siii I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' H - " """" ' . ""'""""" ' ' - ' f - - ii i ... . - .... ... i i ----.. - - .,.- - - - --.-. . . .. i... , , I Vol. 3. No. 30. Published at Go r land, Utoh. Saturday. Aug 29. 1003 I 4 -County Fair Officials Tour Bear Riyer Valley. Win. Glastnann, president and director general. Dr. II M Howe, chief of the livestock Dcpf . and Count v Comnilssliiii r A Valculiue, chairman of the board of control, of the blir Four-Count y Fair, accompanied ly bill-poster II Kppcrson. made a tour of the Rear Rhcr Valley the fore part of l It lit week In I. II Hecraft's fine automobile lib Mr. Reorsfr hi the helm. Meetings were held aft follows: Wlllard Mouday afternoon; ('nrlniie Monday night; Hear Rhcr City Tuesday morning; Tremont Tuesday 1 p. in.; Rowevllle Tuesday Hfteinoon; Garland Tiu-HdHy night; Fie ding Wednesday moriiiiH'; Dewey vlllc Wednesday nfler noon mikI liiijjliiiin Wedn...

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 August 1908

h. 21 ,-, i The Garland Globe Sjj Published Every Saturday at A OARLAND .... UTAH Term of Subscription: Ma Ono c,ir (in advance) (1.60 K Six if on t lis 75 jt Three months BO H Advertising rates furnished on nppil J$ atlon. $ J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I SEVENTY KILLED I IN COAL MINE I Not Single One of the Workmen I Who Went Down the 111 Fated I Shaft Escaped Death. H Fearful Explosion In English Coal H Mini Causes Horrible Tragedy, the Bodies of the Unfortu H nate Men Being Badly H Mangled. H Wir.'ni. I in I. mil It Is not believed H (li-it a single man of the seventy mln H era who were entombed by an ex- H plosion whli lr occurred In the May- H pole coal mine here survived the dls- H aster. Tho four men reported res- H cued were engaged In on adjoining H rompnrtment. H The ventilating fan which was put H out of order by the HfllmlM wnn re- H initred Wednesday morning and the H mine having been cleared of gases, H the rescue party again dcHccndcd. H Tho sight which met their e...

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. — 29 August 1908

a M" flvflflflfl Sabbath Observance 1 If f the and Man ny of Rest Ry HON. ROBERT MICE. Member of Maaaachueetta I . tflalatare. "a ABBAT1I observance is a phase of the manners and cus- Stoma of a people. That is to say, it is the conduct the mass of the people deem most suited to the common wel .,, aro- different peoples have different views of it, and the f" views of any one people change from time to time as the conditions of life change. .Since New Knghind was colonized, its peoj)le have deemed quiet, rest from ordinary occupation, better dress and better food to be advantageous characteristics of Sun day. To get quiet and rest they have by the force of cus tom and public sentiment compelled the relxdlious few to Waaaaawatl abstain from trade, industry, and noisy amusement. Writ ten law has been merely an aid to the enforcement of custom. Custom is based on popular instinct. In this particular matter our New England instinct is approved by hygienic experts, who here as in all part...

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 August 1908

LataHS ' . '. ' . . L T & i i " ' - ' The Garland Globe Stt Published Every Saturday at Wtik GARLAND UTAH. Bffiiff Term of Subscription: I Oat, year (In adYance) . . .ll.r.O ffiM Six month. T. 75 HP? Tbrs monttia CO fV?ijN AdTartlslng rata furnished, on as- PffW gHcatlon. mQe Bntarad a aerond-clasa mattat H Bi,ruary 17, 1906, at the pnitofflcs at HLS Oarland. Utah, under the Act of Con- H grass of March 8, 1879. BH V, A. Wlxom Editor and Manager aaaflE aa . aa an r- , i-i M O. .S L. TIME TABLE H FiMnitt No. 12 Puimpt No. II BOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND H S Ualxl 7:30 am I.v Brig-ham :10 p m B aV Garland 8:42 am I.v Corinna tSO p m H lir Tramont 8:47 am Lt Tramont 6:4fi p m H aVr Corinna 1:17 am Lt Garland :W p m H Ar Rrisham 40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m H Connarta with Carha Connarta with Cacha H fallar train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from H Sjajaka and Bait Laka. OSSSB and Salt Laka. M MIXED TRAIN. 1 , North Bound. B Leaves Ogden 8:20a. in. H Brijrham.; ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne. ... 10...

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 August 1908

' - B . .....J NORTHWEST NOTES Henry Dyer, the 13-year-old son of Mrs. Yorlck Nichols, "As drowned while bathing In the Platte river near ihelr home at Pratt, Wyoming. A dispatch from Bozoman, Mont., I. btatcs that William Thompson, an en- ' glneeT, was killed In a boiler explo sion In tho Hobtsrts sawmill, la Bear canyon. ,. The "Soo" railroad has placed an rrder with the Minnesota Free F?m I loymont bureau; for 7,000 men. They are wanted as harvest Irands In Mln 1 nesota and North Dakota at from 12 to 4 a day, with board. Mrs. Caroline Kirchoff, CO years of age, of Colorado Springs, was killed, and Henry Hannlng, 40 years of age, was falally injured by the explosion of a bollor at the Edgerton saw mills, ten miles north of Colorado Springs. P. G. Ayres, nged 65, president of the First National bank of Coffeyvllle, Kan., dropped dead at Stonewall, a summer resort forty miles west of Trinidad. Colo,, where he was spend ing a vacation with a number of friends. David rftlger, a well k...

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 August 1908

NORTHWEST NOTES Henry Hyer, the 13-year-old son of Mrs. Yorlck Nichols, 'wbb drowned while bathing In the Platte river near their home at Pratt, Wyoming. A dispatch from Bo7.cman, Mont., i-tutes that William Thompson, an en glneer, was killed in a boiler explo sion in the Roberts sawmill, la Bear ranyon. ,. The "Soo" railroad has placed an rder with the Minnesota Free Em ployment bureau for 7,000 men. They are wanted as harvest bands In Min nesota and North Dakota at from 12 to $4 a day, with board. Mrs. Caroline Klrchoff, CO years of age, of Colorado Springs, was killed, and Henry Hannlng, 4G years of age, was fatally Injured by the explosion of a boiler at the Edgerton saw mills, ten miles north of Colorado Springs. P. G. Ayres, aged C5, president of (be First National bank of Coffeyvllle, Kan., dropped dead at Stonewall, a summer resort forty miles west of Trinidad, Colo,, where he was spend ing a vacation with a number of friends. David iftlger, a well known banker of I.ewiston,...

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 August 1908

I" IBM m HB - a- wean - ' . t .T.. , . i. H The Garland Globe REV Published Every Saturday at BsPl OAKLAND UTAH. B9r a ' , 9QHES Terms of Subscription: I On year (In advance) ...$1.60 InR Blx months .;.T. 75 'vEJ! . Three months 60 ffgMa Advertising rates furnished on e 3?J plication. Bl Sintered as second-class matte H February 17, 1906, at the postofflce at H Oarland, Utah. undr the Act of Oon H grass of March 3, 1879. HB . A. Wlxom Editor and Manager HbbbbI a - , . , . - H - -O. J L. TIME TABLE B Fiwiiftr No. 12 ruwnm No. II H SOUTH SOUND- -NORTH ROUND- 1 t Haled 7:30 a m Lr llnaham :10 p ra B CiT Garland (:42 am I.t Corlnns 6J0 p m H t Tremont 1:47 am Lt Tramont t:i& p m H aV Corinne 1:17 am Lt Garland :M p m B Arnriih.no SiOem Ar Milld 8:10 p IB H Conneeta with Carhe Connerte with Uacha B feller train No. 12 for Valley train No II from H Csden and Belt I.ake. Ocdan and Salt Lake. H MIXED TRAIN. H , North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 a. ro. H Brifrham.; ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne....

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