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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 September 1908

IBB snfl K THh GARLAND (JLOM ' H ET S.tiurrlaj, St-pt. J2, ICjoJ S ITEMS OF INTEREST. J "S Albert Isomseas boa the si. k Hst Kf till" W.'l k C BLANK NOTES P ' gr-J .in, dr.- w. It Viiiiii'-i wae i Brlg .Jy 1mm iui legal business Wednesday. ", t ivvt"S ""' l-lii'ri for Medicinal ., pnrpaaiaal Hirer Dm Drag Mora, if SJU til A mood Host' of Karniiiigt'iu i- flSF iiir giml of Mi . hkI Mn I'rirl Rom. W We earn a complete IIm of Initial i Tk raskct. 'I'n iimiit I'liriillurc (. If iaK We emit ii ni plilf Ihi" of burial: 11 OMBCle. I niniiiil Furniture Co. If SB WALL PAPMROeorgtiMitum H III-- il, Will hung it ill good shape. Try H MIm Ntitcllii Mariiiuil ii tinned Tiles- M day from mi extended i it in Urlghatn H raftueri wbo have grain to tell run do H v.l l confering ttilli Tims Wise, Oiu- H land. L'ihIi. H Qeorgs Meldn.ra carries tl nc line f H good wall paper. Mhm' iiim bang it foi H Mi .11.1 1 Mrs Eph '.". nilis ipeBl inusl M of iliii u'.k iii Suit Lake Ohj ml Pay BBB M itmiN I'n tin' w...

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. — 19 September 1908

liBVOTBD TO THE INTERESTS OK OAKLAND AND THE GREAT REAK RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 3. No. 33. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1905 M PEACH DAY MARRIAGES. .IKNSKN -(H.KASON Miss Myrtle JtMM and Mr. George (leiison. both of this city, were united in marriage hi Brigbam C'ily Wednesday . Sept . 10th, Mt 0 O'clock . in. The cere ninny was performed li I'tcsl Olecn N . Btobl hi tht residence of Kiss Jensen's Hunt , Mrs 1" (' Jensen. Miss Jensen is one of Garland's most popnUr and highly respected young Indies, the daughter of Moroni Jensen of Murium. Mr Gleason is the son of Mr nnd Mrs A II GlcHHon of Garland North; 2nd tui 111:111 of the fainoim Garland bane hull 1 nine nnd a trust-worthy nnd exemplary young num. Both Imve many friends. The young couple will reside at the Chae (ilcHson farm home just north of town and will lie at home to their many friends after October 1st. They returned from Kriglmni Thum 0 dy night ami the members of II II C, assisted by the "Kiddies Tin Han...

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. — 19 September 1908

K The Garland Globe jM Published Every Saturday at ?K GARLAND .... UTAH &k Terms of Subscription: I2v One yrur (In advance.) $1 M jOj Six months W Ky Throe months 60 Ug Advertising rates furnished on appll ftS atlon. jS J. A. Wixom Editor and Manager I FIVE LIVES LUST I IN HOTEL HORROR H One Hundred Guests Awakened in H the Night to Find Building Burn- H ing and Escape Cut Off. H Many of the Entrapped Guests Leap B ed From the Windows Before the M Firemen Arrived With Extol B slon Ladders, Otherwise M List of Injured Would B H.ive Been Small. Denver, Colo hive men lost their IIvoh and a BOON of paraOBI wire in M Jured, severnl of them seriously, In M a Are iii.it fatted tin' Betmonl botel, M a three story building at 17M Stout M etrcct, Tuesday morning. M The lire broke out at 8:16 a. m. on M the third floor, and spread with aina. M tin: rapidity. Nearly 1(10 guests were H t-lecplng In the house, and many of B them found all meanH of -i- - - ent M off when aroiiHed. More than a ...

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. — 19 September 1908

I romincnt People j BS"1"" iiiimimimiiinnrrTrn BACK IN POLITICAL ARENA . I Adlai B. Stevenson, vice president of th 1 S v I'nlted StntoB during the second administration f of Orovpr Cleveland, has emerged from the slm fcj' pie life ha has been living for some time at Uy llloomington, 111. At the recent primary elec- Wmi 1 1 .m tlon he won the Democratic nomination for the JSW "Zwfi vSSj governorship of his state and he "ill make a Jv strong fight for the office V L(J Batting being vice -president with Cleveland V- eu5VJ from ls9;! to ,s9"- np na" been more than a 1 l!jjliWJJ "light possibility himself at Ihi r four differ ' ent national Democratic conventions. He was Jv """jSMT talked of strongly in 1892, he was given a still CL UHL stronger boost for the nomination In 1900 and tfKKMV xLJalln? really looked as though he mlghl land firs! aMSawannnmBUBEEBlaUui place nn ih,. ilckel In 1904 In 1900, however, he was placed on the ticket again only ns e candidate for his old place of vice...

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. — 19 September 1908

be El BSR ii bbbbbbbbbj aaaaaaaaaaaa ..... 1 n HBBBBM s5j The Garland Globe ijQki Saubllahad Every Saturday at jfl? AKI-AND UTAH. tV Tarme of Subscription t SW& Ona yeavr (In advance) $1 BO ffl Bli montka 78 f Three month 60 Advertising rata rtirnlined OB as j' ) r Hn(l.m i I i Jgl "'." Bntarad a aannnd class mattes MMY fabruaJT 17, 1906. at ths postofllct at IEj Oarland. Dtata under tha Act of Oon- 7VUI erase of March 8, 17 jjB i. A. Wlsom .... Editor and Manager WS ap ii n H O. .8 L. TIME TABLE JJB rHiiir No tt I'aucnicr No. II B SOUTH SOUND NORTH BOUND )BB! tT Malarl 7:30 I IB I.t llrlshsm :10 p )BK Iff Garland 142111 I,T Corinne 120 p m H t Tramont 0:47 m I Trrmonl 6:45 p m )BB 4 Corinne 1:17 am Lt Garland (:E0 p ra PBS Ar Brie-ham 40 a m A r Malad 1:10 pm HH Connacte with Carh. Connacta with Carha BBJBBJ "aller train No. lit fur Vall. train Noll from ilj V(d.n and Salt 1 w . Osdsn am i 1 .a MIXED TRAIN. PSB North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 a, rr. H Bricham.. ..9:55 a. m. H ...

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. — 19 September 1908

M - 0sQ MINES ANDUINITO A smelter I to be Instnllcd this tall at the Hercules mine, south ol Eurlcy. Idaho. The smelter will be of 50-ton capacity, and will coat $26- 000. Thp Oold Point Mining company, on Red river. In Idaho, has ordered n 40-ton capacity Chilian mill, assays of ore taken from this property have run as high as fgoo. A big Pennsylvania coal mining company will erect an extensive plant t( treat railroad ties and other Mm- i hers with creosote and zinc chloride to extend their life. A Ixis Angeles. California, banker has within the week announced that his hank will consider standard, flrst rlass mining stocks a good collat eral security for loans. The total rattli) of the exports of Iron and steel (not Irchidln,? or O fo" the past fiscal ,'ar. Is 1K3,888,183, which contrasts interestingly vi'h 1181,830,871 In 1907 and 1G8.984,985 in I90t; Mason valley stockholders took all tut f.OO shares of the 70.000 shares of treasury stodjk recent "fl offered Wy the company at $1....

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. — 19 September 1908

MH - ii GOSOCI They Must Be In- I j.' - telicctual find I iSoilgS Spiritual L. By CHARM N II. GARIIEL, f Aulhur ot Ihe Mow Fnmnun "(fiery .NnnJ." .. q I aw 'l'lii' requisites of h f(0SM long are First, the In inn in n-t Im constructed intellectually and spiritu ally; second, it must not be mere rhyme of one thought; it should begin with deelaration "f sul ject, which il should dissect, segregate, and present intelligently, consecutively, and uili continuity, each and every thought incorporated, from start to finish. There nrr usually three stanxai of four or more lines each, The corresponding lines in these stancas lajn inual tui - ili'' -niiic numlicr of syllables, and the B aocenl must le uniform and identical; every word and line should lie a H factor and not filler, fl In these circumstances can you nol readih nee and understand the H difficulties of keeping out superfluous and meaningless words the vital m point of attack lv the critics? Kven with their skill and learning, Wesl...

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. — 19 September 1908

Night Sweats Congh. E. W. Walton, Pondr.S. P. Ky 717 Von HeM St San Antonio, Tex., writes: 'Puiing tliosumnier anil fall of 1112, my MUMfMIOt from- catarrh Tear hi'd that Stage WaWMtt wan actual nil-icry and developed ftlnririlriu; symp toms, cueii a a very deep-seated eolith, nlizlitswiin, and pains In the head and cliett. Irxporimrtitetl with several so called nnvilicK baton 1 finally deeldod to take a thorough i min-oof Peruna. "Twoof my friends liad gone bo far an to inform tm-thu.1 the lliinforme to do Tens to NBtga jny position and seek a hlher.mon Monpenialelitimto. Kvery ono tlmupht I had ennHiiniptlon ami I was not expected to live very lone. "Havinp proenred somel'eruna, I da rkled to y it a thorough test and ap plied myself assiduously to the tu.l; ..r taking It, as er iuHbrautiona, in tho mean lime. The offevln are-re? sorro apparent, all alarming symptoms diappenrd ami my general hoaltli lie-cams fully aqgowd as it had ever been In my life. "I have resorted to the two o...

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. — 19 September 1908

J Hi Tllh GARLAND GLOBE l'- Saiurdaj, Sept. 19, 1908 Pt ITEMS OF INTEREST. jlgk" tfra I'u 'I Hicluird. (m vlsillnf ichiitvei fijjT In Ycriml. i'lntn nullity. S Moroni JCBIflB of Miintna M vleltlng l?J rciiitfvrs Id lowa Monday. VSft BLANK NOTKB- NKl" ' Ep thl otiin . lOo per down pv.- .1 A It istsn nnu to town Wednesday ; ' x night to remain a few dsjra, ' liiivld Mc Person U ad line, i Deal ml- Itsy, dltfon to hi iiomi on Factor) street ilef A. M Brown of Oolllnslnn, wm trans vfSb acting bualness in Uarland last Saturday, mR tV carry 11 complete line of burial jftu eatkeUi Tremoui Furniture (Xi ' LJHI Joseph Jensen, of Jensen Broa, I H ber Ou In the capital Mon b wiVES nd Manor rot Medicinal H purposes at Hltor Broa i) rug Store. 11 H FOR SALE rowvi loti on Pac- B lory and Main streets. Kii'iulrr al the H Garland Mercantile Co. tf H .1 M Baggett la building a unit frame M dwelling 1 lot In' purcuaeed from w m H Preston on Factory itreet. H Partners wbn bnv grain to acll can do H we...

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. — 26 September 1908

antanantlentntnti bis THE GARLAND GLOBE "biii I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK OAKLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY , Vo'- 3. No. 34. liillislu-l.ittjtirUmd, Utah. Saturday, Sept 26, ! 3 Republican Convention. Garland Gets What the Little Boy Shot at (0) The following It the result of tin- Re publican county convention bald In Hrljr- Imui City tr.diiv: Poi Representative W 8 Hansen of Fielding' For Sheriff Joseph .lose pbson of Hri; ham City . hr Roeordtr Itabtl Dslton of Wll lard. For Co Commissioners A V Vtilen- ' line of Brlgbsm City, I) E Adams ofj Thatcher Slid r W Hlehnrds of Fielding.! For Clerk Alvin Ipseti of Henr Hivcr City. For Twain far 0 O Adnoy of Corinne. For Attorney Nels Jenson of Brig-City. C0LLINST0N. Miss Mnry Klchnrdn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kd. Richards, nnd Col llnaton'a most popular nnd charming young lndy, waa married to Mr. Geo. I Dixon on Wednesday at DrlRham City. They aptnt a few days In Salt Lake City, and are sit home to their friend In the Klglcr re...

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. — 26 September 1908

vnl' - - gggggggggM ggggggggggggggggggggggggggggi k&& The Garland Globe rSK' ' Published Every Saturday at flfc GARLAND .... UTAH ; Terms of Subscription: S&S2 One yrar (In advance) $1.60 CW Blx months 76 V? Throe months 60 t iT Advertising rates furnished on appll r? Vl atlon. "" PI J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager :Wl! . ft HUGHES WIN8 IN NEW YORK. Hfi Receives Overwhelming Majority on X9 First Ballot Taken. ROB Saratoga N. Y. Charles I'.vans QH tin, l.i of New York whh nominated ygggaf on Tuesday In the Republican Mate BJBJ convention by an overwhelming tua BHV Ijorlty. and on the Hist ballot, to sue HHH treed himself aH governor of the state HBf of New York Me received X27 out M a ioHHltle l.iMMi. as against H for 'James W Wadsworth. Jr.. of Living HBf ."tun county, speaker of the state as embly. and thirty one for former HBV Congressman John K. Stewart of HBl Montgomery. HBf The nomination wax made nnant mom on motion of State Committee BBfl limn William Barnes, Jr., ...

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. — 26 September 1908

I 1 1 1 1 I Jill Wllilt Intelligent Regard W7- 1A7- fr Body's Needs 1 Oil TV llli the Proper Guide IK J wii s c:RICHTO!N-nKOHK. M. !.. LI.. li.. K. R. S. THE last century it was redundancy in nutrition thai wal I I in rogue, ninl it irai feeding u that was on all hands racotn tnendod, hut dow it is frugality in nutrition thai ii in the ' V' tS '""'"'"ii ",1(l ; spare ilht iii.it is m-i.-iiil mi. An iltln- is no iKnTWtR more fashionahlt' erotcliet or nular i-riir. IMivsiolocjists and IrraSWIal l;" '"';'' ""'" "' '"''1 aiitliuni arc preaching not merely sim IIcBtU I'luiiv of diet, IhiI a decree of abstemiousness thai would 135. I hitherto have Ix-en regarded us dangerous. Sonic of them IfiSsaa tell us roundly that intcniieranee in eatmjr has Imtoiiii' univer ' fal in civilized races, and tliat we are all habitually consuming just, double the amount of food we require, and othen who do no go to this extreme are still inclined to believe thnt as regards certain kinds of food we have acc...

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. — 26 September 1908

.wItH m gi The Garland Globe Rtibllahad Every Saturday at Wj,; OAKLAND UTAK. ii Terma of Subacrlptloni fajj On yttt (In advnnre) $1.50 t) Six months 76 14 Tbra months 50 2 Adrartlalnc HetOS furnished on ag V ', gtUCeVtlon. Rntarad as awcondelaaa mattef ty fabnjarr 17, 1J08. at the- poatofflce al By Oarland, Utah, under the Act of OotV S raaa of Maroh 8. 1879 39 t A. Wlxom Editor and Manager U , m i 9 O. .S L. TIME TABLE B rumpr No S3 l'aeeen(er No. II H aOUTH BOttNO- - nil I II sound H B Malad 1)0 am L Brlahem 6:10pm H I.t Garland 42 am I v Corlnna I:t0 p aa H I Tremont 1:47 a m Lt Tnrnont 46 a m P aVv Corlnna a. 17 a m Lt Garland 4:60 p m H at Brlfhim 40 a IB Ar Malad 1:10 pm H Conn.de with Carhe Cnnnwla with Carlia IBM Valley train No. 12 fur Veller train No 11 from iB ad.nanil Salt Ubr Oadf-n and Salt Lake. MIXED TRAIN. PH North Bound. pi Leaves Ogden 8:20 n.m. Hnpham.. ..9:55 a. m. M " Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. PH " Tremont. .. 10:52 a. m. PH " Garland . . 11 : a. m. B Arrives at...

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. — 26 September 1908

- "" aannnnwi - THEY'RE BACK. Wi II Hi.-; an ha. k. And iii.ni i am. It's good to hoar Tin- hi r. i n (lour slam. It H mlKllly HWf'i I .To hear then shout. WhHt they an Itomplng In iiml nut. Anil In Hint rlmlr. Win re cif t ! nap, It's Kimii to nota Urn tossed his rap. The honxi was, i.li, 8i neat nnil still! No lltmir marks On Window Kill. No mini stains - On the kitchen noor. i fairly yearned Tu lir mi tin-in roar, Uut they .ire Inn k, Anil iinn1 uguin Their Iiivh an- l.itii ring my den Two Tidily Bears, A train of can n mi II,. hIh If Willi in c Is-irs A doll If xlfi ping In my rlialr. While building blocki Afi every whore, Tin aoldli n nit itiK To nti.n u Upon tin- Boor Now bfvouai Anil snuggled In My i out li o. night I found, when I Turn. I up tho light A t ui ly hi .hIi d Doy anli-i-p. Anil by Ills hIi! I A fair Bo peep I rottsed thi m Wltb doting Bin. irk. Ami thanki d tin- Lord The kids w. ir liai k. Detroit Free Press THE NEW GUIDE TO PROSPERITY. ' i Mm w 'imt booh baa hel...

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. — 26 September 1908

E I HORTICtLiilRE jH PRUNING OF CANE FRUIT3. !W Break Off the Tips of the New X,-' $ QrOWlhS Kuril yi-nr blackberries and rBBp- V'- ;l irrlrs produce BOW canOS. When Ihi' gafVv now growth litis nl I iilii'vl n hi'luht of aSfo is to 20 Inches for blank and red raggi rSSpbeTTtei mill two (! for black tBB Berries, i break, oir i in' top of each IhH sane. o iheara 01 other pruning gnggj (l v i It required. The wnk inn Zj&B ! dona with the thumb unit flngni. 9H sh tin 1 1 1 w growth inapa cff H it If eapeclall) Important Mint the H ihoot he nipped when the) reach the H hi'iuiii maotloned, Instead of being cm H iimk in thai height after growing ba H a long oane with nil the laterals H near the tup is likely In lop over near- H h, or quite, tn the ground when laden I " H Pruning Shears for Berry Buth. H Willi fruit iiiiIi'hh il Ih glTOn BOOM fl ilfhlnl lupport. If the hIioiiIh tin- M nipiM'd at tin' propor time they win H develop inio irons, Htixk) canaa, well H supplied wiih atrong la...

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. — 26 September 1908

- HHHMHaMAatoHibM eBBBBBBBBl General Demand of the Will-Informed of the World has j ninny lieen for a simple, pleuinnt and efficient liquid laxative remcly of known value, a laxative which physicians could 1 nation for family use because its com , ponent parts arc known to them to be wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action In supplying that demand with itn ex- I . ccllent combination of Syrup of 1-igs and Llixir of Senna, the California rig Syruf. Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relic on the merits of the laxative for its remark able Buccem. That is one of many reasons why ' Syrup of Kigs and Klixir of Senna in given the preference by the Well-informed. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine -manufactured by the Cali fornia lig Syrup Co., only, and for Bale by all leading druggists. Price fifty cwU per bottle. Socialism In Japan. Socialism hn no footing In this country ns yet. nor la there any Indi catio...

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. — 26 September 1908

B THE GARLAND GLOBE aM MM 1 2sn ."viturria , .Sf'. 36. 1908 SSf ITEMS OF INTEREST. ijJW 11 k Kiirr was in t'livn yesterday. j The duck shoot Inn season opeiiR (S , Tlt'Xt Thursday, OftOtWr lKt. Shf BLANK NOTES -V"' " " IS till" olllce H 1 1 r ilc en I ,t, Mosinli Brattt was nn OKden vlsl- i tor Monday. - - Andy Jensen of IlrlKham spent I Sunday In thla -tl y. TOR BALI Touug I'iKH. Apply o j. .tin Richards, Rlraralde, Utah. Vi. enrry a completi Hon ol burial catknu, Tremont I'liiniiiiic On. if Mi. mid Mrs, Joseph Jensen drove orer to ColllnstOB lant .Sunday nfter iKHin. WINES and Mouors fur Medicinal purposes at Rlter Broa Drug Store, tf LOST. Little Klrl'a llKlit Inn fchoe. Plaaac return to Garland Qloba ofllcc. It Mm. .1. it. standing of Colllnston wn tin. Km.. 1 nf Mis c. v. Millar Monday. Mrs, u'm. Clayton "i Stone, idn.. spent iai Batnrda) and Sunday in Hi in city. Mrs. Olaan N. Btohl, stake aid to 1 In- Y. I,. M I. A., vlslhwl (hi. liar land aaaoclatlon Tuesday. Charles Hanek o...

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. — 3 October 1908

ttatafl to i w1t'hout00y?lHoMi! I j M j I im a E K a m u m u . Jn pr'nrna i ,. Lf gggggggfgg i., .ut M gM fjf Ike M Vs I .T nN U Iwl B IB S M A) B W 14 Hli. Utaummu, KOI iv, gfgfgfgfgfj uh-rihr TO-DAY ami ifl HI" 'tB Brl flf KV 4 14 P B M I Bk 13 B BB M I"dL Stf bBBBB i(('iiii,iii..nKi;iiii.,y,.,ri.,r hfi 9 Ir A Ha BTm rfl M m I H9 H EJ Ea W I sli tM BM mv I p,te: ir .-. IBBjaBjajaBj DKVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND and THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY Vol. 3, No. 35. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 3, 1905 glggggfl District Court. (From Box Elder News.) At the MMton of rourt held In this rlty during the week, tin following ruse;; were disposed of: In the inntter of the estate of Hnr rled n. Wight, deceased, petition of administrator for confirmation of snle of real estate was set for hearing Monday Oct. 12, 1908. In the matter of the estate of Christian Nelson, decensed, petition of administrator for settlement of fin al account, date for hearing was set for Oct. 12. 1908....

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. — 3 October 1908

j& The Garland Globe TAt Published Every Saturday t TCXj GARLAND .... UTAH LC: Terms of Subscription: iSjL One year (lu advance) 11.60 3)K Six mo ha 76 il4 Throe months 60 u'?" Advertising rates furnlshod ou appll f- cntlon. 1 1 jiT J. A. Wixom Editor and Manage r jj THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM 23Mj The platform as finally adopted by SyLjj tfrn delegates li the Democratic Hf Mute convention held In lyogan Is hi tins follows: jB The Democratic party of Utah, in H convention assembled, In donee the H platform of prlnolplee adopted ty the H national i ii i i at Denver, embracing H among many other reapecta, tin' iranl H questions of economy in admlnlatrtv H tion, abuse of legislative power, mis H use of patronage, ,u iff and an In H come tux, rights of the states. B laiion of trusts and corporations, H popular election of senatora, bank H in: laws and guaranteed di poall H merchant marine and navy, labor and H injunctions, waterways, oanala, co H ion iai poaseealona, the public domain ...

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. — 3 October 1908

l Tile She Is the Prod- 71 . uc ' Arrested Jr 1114 Development By FRANCES M. BJORKMAN. Author. 1 "'" HAT constitutes flirt? Tlmt ilepcniN. If it is a voting- i?irl I vvr li t I ww I ro whom reference is made, tlie particular attribute thai makea her h flirt if she lie a flirt is the eager passion for etperi- I '& "" "' f'i;' ls V(TV "'"lM'r'v ilic iliHincteriatic of youth. Klir- KvSaS 'alum "iovcniukine- uiliciui n M'liniH nir)iosc" as tlie ilic- 1 lIlictaBn ''""lll'.v l)Ul9 l ' ' voutli, iiotliinj! more nor less limn "luv- fcffrrr l,,:"'l'1 ''." hii1 bears the same relation to the serious business miVjEl of iiimIiii.' as the gamboling of it kitten hears to the "mousing" WmMbJ) of the grown cat. We laugh at it ami tolerate it anil, deep down in our heart of heart-, have profound sympathy for it. Instinct has always told us and nowadays reason, fortified with the dis coveries of psychology, has also begun to declare that there is a definite purpose in all this, and that the part ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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