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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 October 1908

HK THE GARLAND (JLOIffi B TH1 OAKLAND OLOBE Ssf UlUIKIllDBJfT. BW .T.A.Wixo, . . Editor and Mngr jb Telephone No 52 Red WC (Pormcrly Wy.tt'n Botcher Shop.) LV Entrr.it m Meond-HM mltr FeblM.ry Hi . it , MM. .t ihr poat nffir t Oarlanil. Utah, under v- (he Art (if ConirreM of March 8. 1H79 jfcV ?. Babserlbm win. fsii to receive t ln-ir 1 pnpiTH regularly, l'l''Ki' notify ihteofttei Cvil SaturciH), October 17, 1008. M ITEMS OF INTEREST. krjj Merchant Wm. PreBtnn spent most BE of tbll week In Weston, Idaho. H jmu Thomas f Logan i the now H clerk Ml Rlter BrOS, drug store H Rend Cnrstcnsen A.- Anson's til): H plntm ad nn poge FIVE H Joseph Jensen and P. A. Nordqulst H were In Ogdcn on business Tuesday, We cut t y n oniuplfte linn of burial H casket. Treiimni Furiiium- Co, tf H .1. I'. Kciiiherstonc returned Thur H v dav night from b business trip t" U) H BLANK NOTES For H tiiNoiticc. 10s per dosea, H The new edition to the Garland H DUblle school Ik going up In OOf3 H FOIl SANK Young pl...

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. — 24 October 1908

Bmmm 1 nluAKLAND GLOBE 'fisi I . UEVOIKDJTO HIE INTEREST.. OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY i V"'X W"-M- Published ot Crland, Ut.h. Mare. Oct 24, 1908 H SUGAR FACTORY CL08ED FOR A SHORT SEASON. Owing tO wet weather and the fapmers hoitiR uniiblp to dlf? beetB, the Garlnnd :!ugar Factory was com pelled to shut down Thursday. All the beets In the sheds were consumed Friday night and Thursdny the fac tory was steamed off. If weather conditions Improve soon and the dig ging of beets begins again, the fac tory will reopen. The campaign has only Just commenced and thousands of tons of beets are yet In the fields. In all probability the run will ex tend Into the month of February, 109. The I'tah-Idaho Sugar Co. Is taking good care of Its employees during the shut-down by furnishing them free board and lo lglngs. Agricultural Supt. Geo. Austin In formed us that as soon as weather conditions will permit the digging of beets, that beet raisers will be In structed to dig their beets ...

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. — 24 October 1908

R The Garland Globe iSS Published Every Saturday at S GARLAND .... UTAH ?JQ Terms of Subscription: Vt One year (In advance) 11.60 ,' 8lx months 76 "V Three months 60 S Advertising ratea furnished on appli es eatlon 5& J. A. Wlxom ,. Editor and Manager I NORTHWEST NOTES j The first nnniial BMUII Of the JHl Montana State Association of Miners Rj was held In Helena lHt week, sixty IE flve delegates being 111 in 1 1 ntlance B Publicity Is i letlltcd with having fl QecrcMod accidents on the Miirtiinan m system of roads between 2n and rn 8 per cent within the past thftt years, fl Tin' rarmsrs und Traders National fl i ani of i.a Grande, Ore., baa oloaed fl lis doors The hank wan capitalised fl nt 160,000 and two weeks ngo Ita da H posits amonntad lo 1100,000. fl 1 ha blgfaai ttata encanpnanl in H the history of the Knights of Pythias fl of Montana opanad at Ureal rails on H the 13th A faney drill. In which fl : i'ii iiiiiforni) 'd knights participated, H MU tli feature of the Opening ...

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. — 24 October 1908

Hflflfl Military Effect of Its Abolition at I Canteen Ary Posts By COL. W. ft. HOMER. HhNOt ATES of the canteen claim that the abolition of the 1 r I sale of beer at post exchange has not been m thi interests of teinpWaaCB. I believe tliev are right. I believe prohibition SB i Iocs not prohibit. JV"WI l'"1' ; number of yearn 1 li.nl eharge of the post exchange I I at ort Monro0. Va., with garrisons varying from 6 to 20 gjfY'JJ lompanies of soldiers. During this period beer was sold in Kufufl the post exchange to the soldiers, with very little restriction, KmmB&I '""' wl'h "" marked intemperance due t such sale. Since that time 1 have commanded urtnv posts in the Philippines, Maine, New Jersey, on the Potomac and in Huston harbor, with complete restrictions as to sale of beer or any intoxicating liquor. I have always found about the same average amount of drunkenness among the men, increased, perhaps, by the fact that the inability of a soldier to get his glass of beer at his own...

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. — 24 October 1908

R The Garland Globe PW Publlahad Every Saturday at uv OJARLAND UTAH, iST Tarma af Subscription: t rear (In adtanca) II BO li? Btx montha Tl ii3j Tara montha BO ittf AdTrt1alo rate furalfhed oo am gMoatton- , t BnUrad a eeoond-elaea matts -) Pabrutrr 17, 1906, at the poetofflce at ! tfg Oarland, Utah, undar tha Act of Ooav & rm of Maroh S. 117 K I. A. WlMKI .... Editor anal Miniir JH iMiin 9 0. .8 L. TIME TABLE BJBJ Paaaanwar-Na. B rumir No. (1 P2B bouts aovND north bound JK B Malad 7:10 I IB I. llrlgliain 6:10 p Bi JH J (larlanil I 42 a m I v Corlnao 6 f n p m JBs In Tromonl t:4T am L Tramnnt (46 p m BBJ O Corinn 17 m I. (iarland 50 p ra H At r.r'i ',..n " am Ar Malad 1:10 p at BgS Connacta with Carlia Connect! with Cache ggj eellar train No. 12 for Valla trln No 11 from BIB Clwdwoenil Hlt Laka Oaden and Halt UN MIXED TRAIN. fl North Hound. B Leaves Oflden 8:20 a.m. mM Hrigham,. ..9:55 a. m. Bfl Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. Bfl " Tremont. . .10:53 a. m. BM Garland .. 11:20 a. m. M A...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 October 1908

THE GARLAND i.obk N M HH TREMENDOUS INTEREST Aroused I I : MAGNITUDE 1 I (iRAND PRIZES to be given away in I i ... H y-y , -v ! ! f H CanstensenS $40,000.00 I Anson Co.'s ; ; voting contest m " I I TVfl r-. -, n . dM not know the kind of people we have in Salt Lake. Me told us we need not expect any real interest to he H li I I fC ClI I Id I lClClC I taken in the contest foi two 01 three Weeks. V- thought he ought to know, and consequently were not prepared H F for the tren.endous stream of votes and inquiries that came pouring in on us from all over the State. It began H . - with the first mail on Monday morning and has continued with increasing volume until we are literally swamped; then the telephone hegan to ring, tnd it seemed at times as though every person H in the city and state wanted to know all about the contest. How could we afford to do it, etc , and wasn't there som.' catch about it somwhere? Were we really going to give away all these H MAGNIFICENT PR1ZKS AMOUNTING TO...

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. — 24 October 1908

3R f. , j W 1 1 77 I Bj& i When the Tide Turned g i I 3& I By George Harvey I lis 'i J g "... iCopyrurht. by Bhortatory rub. cu.i r-v-jj Tin' following story Is I nil" In nil i5 iik details, real dikim alone i' log flRu omitted for obvious reasons. Htfg Henry Bradford left hli OM Colon) flV noma on n bright inmtnei dnj to k 3HB bis fortune in New Tort llH He had the bee! wishes of even faH bod) iii he wai decent boy, nmi nil H who knew hi in liked his ninnly way! H urn h- found the metropolis tough B proposition The Beroe, pnahlni, tight for iiif workeeekera Joetled and crowded him beyond all i i prevloui c c lions, nmi ho. not having tin- B faculty or retaliating in kind, found BH hlniaelf pnahed to the wnii B id- gel employment, it ! trne, bul B lie COUld nut hold It (01 any length Of B time, owing largely to his lack of BBj knowledge of urban eondltlona, and HB hImi to much hurl luck. flB So, after four yearn' itruggle ho HB gatre it up and acknowledged hlmaelf B leaten T...

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. — 24 October 1908

FLY YOUTH. The IIorb Where did you work last? Hoy On a fly paper. The IIors A fly paper! What's a fly paper? Hoy Wot I Don't you read the Dally Ilalloon? Deafness Cannot Be Cured fv locM apiillratlonii, :s they cannot reach the ilia eaoi'il porttoa Of tin- ear there I only une M U' rure ilrultieaa, anil that In by rnnntltutkmal renieftlee.. ' IleatneM it raliard by an Innamctl condition of (lit mu-"'ii llnlnit of the Kimtarhlan Tube. When thai . tnhf la Inflamed you have a rumbling anuml or un nerteet brarlntt, anil alien It la entirely eloecil. In-af-neaa la the rrault. and tinier the Inflaniniatkin ran In i taken nut and thla tube matured to Ita normal condi tion, he.trlnii alll be di-atroyeil torever; nine caact ' out o( ten are r-iiiwed by Catarrh, ahlrh la nothlnit but hi intl'iiii.-! condition of the imientta surface. We will alve One Hundred Dollar lor any caee ol lleafnew 'caused l)y catarrhi that cannot be cured , by Haifa Catarrh Cure. Send for rln ulitra, free. F. J. ciik...

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. — 24 October 1908

B THK GARLAND QLOBfl 4 I - 1 M I & THE GARLAND GLOHE jjUh INDEPENDENT. TjS J.A.WixoM, . . Editor nnd Mnpr. & Telephone No 52 Red Jl (Formerly Wyitl'n Butchfr Hhop.) Eiitarad u aacotsl-eUuii matter February 17. T 1MM. at the post nfflw at Oarland. Utah, umlar !fij the Act of Comma of March I, 1X79. Subm rlbcrs who fail lo receive thrlr y papers regularly, jlf notify (hlsoftli r Saturday, October 24, 1908. ITEMS OF INTEREST. B l.awri'tiiT II Hiullh, rink of the IB c W. & M. CO., was on the sick list IH tli fore part of this work. Hj Wt carry a complete lln of burial H caskets. Tremoiit Furniture Co. tf M W. It. Vnnfieet returned Tuesday HJ from visit with his mother, Mrs. HJ Mary Vanflect of Karinlngton. HJ Head Carstcnsen & Aimon's lilK HJ piano ad on )uk FIVE H Walter Ml ha.lls. son of R. 0. HJ Mlchnells, has accepted a position HJ with the Honeyvllle Holler Mills Co. H BLANK NOTES -'" l ! HJ . thin oilier. lOoptrdom M H. C. Viinnusdcln of Twin Kails HJ Idaho, spent ...

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. — 31 October 1908

iiiiTHE GARLAND GLOBE ""san I DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 3. No. 39. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 31, 1903 H RUN OVER BY A TEAM. Master Chandller Bowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Bowen, receiv ed sou.b settie cuts about the head anJ Cure last buuiiay night by being kuutKid auwu aud run over by pais. iix vehicle, t.e and a crowd of boys were crossing the street In front of Rlter Bros, drug store and failed to notice a team that came dashing down the street. He was taken to Dr. Rich's office where his wounds were dressed. Master Bowen Is now out agala and favorably recovering from his Injuries. TWO MISSIONARIES RETURNED. Elder Krtd Rogers who has been performing missionary labors for the past two years and nine months In Northern Colorado and Western Ne braska, returned home last Saturday night looking and feeling well. He enjoyed his labors very much and Is pleased to be home again. Tuesday night of this week, Elder 1 1 1 ...

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. — 31 October 1908

B g The Garland Globe ,' Published Every Saturday at E GARLAND .... UTAH ft Terma of Subscription: One year (lu advance) $1 BO 3 Six months 78 Three months 60 o Advertising rates furnished on npplt- V cation. 5 J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I COW BUTTS POST; TAIL I SEVEN INCHES LONGER K REMARKABLE YARN FROM MICH B IGAN TOWN WHICH MAY OR MAY NOT BE TRUE. H Cabsluiig. Mich. 'I'lii' llllle sn ot Mr. anil Mrs. Jerome Stimuli is. who H reside just over tin' iiiii- in Charleiton H township, m playing tboui tin door H vhiiI ihc other day ami. spying the Kali' r the barnyard open, wainli -1 I H through It Into torblddm li'ii limy. H Ah Hit' i iiilii i only four veins of H age IiIh judgment Iiiih nut matured, H and wlii'ii In' tan our Of the jrouni H oows lying down, iii ciiiiiiihh impulse H led liim to climb upon In i neck. 'I hen H tin' animal "oama In, and with a H 1 1 i k ti r 1 1 - l lii'lluw Unshed for tin' Kate H and through it H Snmn providential Instinct would H ni'i in iii have In...

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. — 31 October 1908

0 Plated Silverware Wa tall th heat brand of Platad T.hlo war mad In tha world. Mora allvar, bat- Price low at Ih chaap stuff. ''MAIN ST. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. JGet the Highest Cash 4 I Prices for your Produce BLAnMAN & GRIFFIN CO. ' OGDEN, UTAH ' Buy Cream, Alfalfa Seed, Honey, Dale Fir- Writ thm bfor (ailing VBIS, CIC. alwhr. 8PEND MUCH FOR AMUSEMENT. Twenty-Five Millions Are Invested In Parks In This Country. "It costs a lot of money to build and oerate an amusement park on a large srale," Hays Frederic Thomp son, In Everybody's. "I suppose that more than $25,000. 000 are Invested In these parks In this eountry. Dreamland on Coney Island cost about $2,506,000. Rlvervlew Hark and the White City In Chicago cost about a million each. "Luna park cost $2,400,000. The total annual expenses. Including the cost of rebuilding, of putting In new shows and the operating expenses, average about a million dollars, and the season lasts four months. I spent $240,000 on one show, of which $6...

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. — 31 October 1908

w The Garland Globe U ubllthtd Every Saturday at ; OAR l AND . . UTAK. i ij m i Jw Tarma of 8ubacrlptlan: "5 On year (In advance) 11.60 Brx months 75 jjjfi thrae months CO Lf Adrarttalng ratea furclabed on as fj BMtl.n. ., I Butnrn.1 a aerondrlas matte "? february 17 1900, at tbn pontofflre at ;:,A' Oarland. TJtab. under tha Art of Con- M& (ran of Maroh 8, 1179 SR aa , . Bfl 9, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager bbbbb - H O. .3 L. TIME TABLE HH Paaaanrar No. SI I'umitr No. II K -BOUTH aOUMD- - NOBTH BOUND- t Malad 7:30 m Lt Ilrlgham 6.10 p m JaH IV Oarland I 42 am L Corlnna (:20 p na H t Tramont 1:47 am Lt Trtnoil 6 45 p m H a Corlnna i", am Lt Garland :50 p m BH A Brit-ham 1 40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m Iggg) Onnnacta with Carh Connaeta with Cacha HH Bllay train No. 11 for Valley train Na 11 fruoa H V(i)n and Rait IsSM 0dn and Salt Laka. MIXED TRAIN. H North Hound. H Leaves Ojrden 8:20 a, m. H Bngham.. ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne, . . . lo'io a. m. H Tremont. . .10:52 b. m. H Garland . . 1...

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. — 31 October 1908

aaaaBaLai I - THE oarlXnd blobs fl BATTLE OF BALLOTS I IS NOW ON I INTEREST INCREASES EVERY HOUR I Several well known Ladies, Churches, Lodges, and prominent Societies HAVE BEEN NOMINATED by their friends in H M -r Canstcnsen& , ! Oreat $40,000.00 I Anson Co, s i I voting contest I .......,..,...................,.................., I ' minti iiftufiiiiiiiiiiT I 'J "he success of this great contest is assured. Our I H ftPlAn CT" most sanguine expectations are more than realized. u e r iH Vrr Vl-y Z-0 The interest is spreading like wild-fire all over the HW 0 SeCUfe Vo,e8' O 50Q state, and at the rate the nominations are coming ,n w'lfflat 2L'hffi IV STo& Vf" .For I ' -- now it will only be a few days until every hamlet, d,,r!?K h" ne" B,Bey dvs. we win iMueot 2 H PP7CC ET OCTET village and town will have it, favorite candidate,. cording to the t.hie. herewith. H rrXI-Cl O f TCI l The interest taken ,n Uarland and vicinity i, very AIRmSC ? entuK ft2S I PIUZK VALUR Rratifying. ...

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. — 31 October 1908

9 Mr. Barnes, 8 American KBl Archibald Clavering Gunter jHH A Sequel to oH Mr. Barnes of New York H H Aathor of "Mr. Baraai of New York." H "Mr. Potlar of T.a," H " I l.l f-'r -hmn." F.lr V J pppj Onprrlfbl. ItOI Dodo atnaa a. Co., N. T. H SYNOPSIS. H II.Hl. .11 . II.1IV.-.1. II .111 . . InnrliiK Corsica, rem i the younir Kim H IIhIi Hi uIi'iimiiI Kilwaril il.iiiil iVnSlrlltll ir, and Ilia CoTStOM lirlilo. Marline Hii.ir.l.ii i nr II..' I'niilla. from the inur B dermis vi- li-l I ii . .ii-l mm ii.Mi. k I'm i Ills B reward In In lm lh timid of Inn ilrl In' H loves. Klllll Aimll .illi.'i sister of III- 1'iil- H Hull liriiirniiiii The four II from AJa - g !.. In Miirai-lllea mi Imniil tlin Kn-nrli t.i,,.i 'iiflntatltlflA H CHAPTER I. Continued. H "A wlii from Homebody who knew I H wan on tills limit." thins i tin. i i i can. and IihhIIIv tearing It open, reads: B lllllll. II II Until. 'N Steamer Constantino arriving Miir- H Milieu. Alacrlo. May 211. IXM H Wn nvant elmiMe quick' The dri...

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. — 31 October 1908

AfBwaHtflakiBfliH Proof Is inexhaustible that Ljillu 10. I'liikliiiiH'M Vgctiililc Compound carries women safely through i ' Change of Life. Read the letter Mrs. E. Hanson, 804 K. 1-oog St., Columbus, Ohio, writes to Mrs. l'itikiiuni: " I was passing through the Change of Life, and suffered from nervous ness, headache, and otlier annoying symptoms. My doctor told me thai I.yilia K. 1'inUham'H Vegetahlo Com- found WM (rood for me, and since tak og it I feel so much letter, and I can ni'.-i in do my own work. I never forget to tell my friends what Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable. Compound did for me during this trying period." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lytlia E. Pink luun's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has liecn the standard remedy for female ills. and has positively eured thousandsol Women who have lieen troubled with displacements, intlammat ion, nice ra 0 tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that liear-Ing-down feeling, flatul...

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. — 31 October 1908

II THE GARLAND GLOBE H ESS TnE GARLAND GLOBE Sjafal INDKPF.NDF.NT. MS J, A. Wixoat, . . Kclltin snd Mngr. Slj& Telephone No 52 Red j "49fc (Forrnorlv Wyalt'a Butehar Shop r. jjr i pKj,-l Kntorwl . aacon.l-olati, matter rlruary 17. VCfjJi 1W, at the poet office at (iarlanil. Huh, under SGt'j tha Act of Cotlgraaa of March I. 1H79. tatarrttma who fii i receive their 'rVv' PHper regularly, plenae notify this office f..'-' . J - '' ." ' Saturday, Oiiober 31, 1908 jgPy items of interest. wflH November 3rd Is election (lay. H Dt, WlllluiM Rich was nn Ogden H vttitor Wednesday. iflH BLANK rVOTfS l'" "! H Ihrfofflo H Read Caratsnstn & Anson Mr H piano nd on page HIVE H Mrs. R. c. Lowa of Riverside spent H .Sunday with friends In Oarland. H .1 M . Austin returned Fiiday ninM B finiii h trip 10 Salt Laka. B Mr. and Mrs. .1. f, Owens were Ok H den visitors Tburaday, H FOR SAM': Two good plnnos At H cost. Trenmnt Furniture CO. tf H NnJoa M.ui.i. of suit la b gncsi f bt ifttsr, Mrs F.ph C...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 November 1908

I H H W if If B M m H JM BsW I I a M sWBa In Printing m BB lord i.. , your Vf BY M Hi A V H U II H irBk 1 M S M ' W Hi ,," '' HHH jrj ftk. a ! ? m bl H m Sml H H H H B BX M Knvet.p.. (r.i. Buur . H BM "1 W ' 1 Kl w f m W 9 m m I va H H w I TO HrB. Be ) rn for 1 H n kF Ljs Elm H LJh 1 vl B n M m Ul B CM HHH f,l A B Hi AW SI sV l!l f s1sTM l n s B Hi 1 A m sW V I nun.lTjrnt.ll.f.1. .. HHI H DEVOTED TO THB INTEREST OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT HKAR RIVKR VALLEY H H Vol. 3. No. 40. Published at Oarland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 7, 1903 H Hi a ... . . HH I Republican Landslide for Taft B Our Next President Our Next Governor Our Next Vice-President I Willim Howard Taft William Srpy James S. Sherman I Republicans Scueep I City, County, State and Ration! H GARLAND, BOX ELDER COUNTY M AND THE STATE OF UTAH ARE M IN LINE WITH THE NATION IN H SUPPORT OF THE PRINCIPLES OF M THE GRAND OLD REPUBLICAN M 0 PARTY. HH LnUst i. 'in' in give Taft nnd Sher- H Minn 325 electorlnl votes and Ilryiin H and k. in in...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 November 1908

I 1 Ej The Garland Globe . ,., Published Every Saturday at aT" GARLAND .... UTAH ! Terma of Subscription: -a One year (In admnicl $1 SO i- Six months 7B : l . '- Throe months fin 5( a Ailvi r Using rates furnished on nppli -J cntlon. Mjt J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager 8 SUFFRAGETTE DSSTURBANCE ' IN HOUSE II COMMONS m JLiJa Two Women Chain Themselves to ggB Drill In Order to Prevent Their HH Ejection From Building. H London. Suffragette dlaturbancet H have driven the government to tlm H unusual course of temporarily Hosing b Hi- strangers' and ladlei gallerlei in i H the house ni common! Thla was an H Bounced by the ipeaker in reaponae B to a attention from Premlei Aaqulth m anil Mr. Italfonr. the leader ol tint H oppoaltlon, as parllamenl wea ad- M journlng on Wednesday night H During 'in evening, while the houae H was dlacnaalng the llcemlng bill, a H tenaatlon waa cauaed bj 'lie dliplay H ni n placard and andden ihgjll cries' B from Hie hadlea' gallery, demanding BjjVJ votes for w...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 November 1908

Why Coil- Save the Waste; . Develop Our SerVatlOIl Resources II Piy OIPFOIO PINCIIOT. Chlr! of f',,rfitr I I, : ,ri. it. I nltrd .States Dvpt. of Itin, ultur. 5EP 'J'h nscrvnl f natural rosourios lias often tj Keen taken to mean limply the prevention of waste. 1 ! It does mean the sain; of those resources which we w " Pv M,v iow engaged in using, bul tlii definition is too i A.'ttk; narrow. 'I'lie conservation of natural resources in yC ' eludes both the prevention of destruction and the pre- ijJ, vention of waste from nonuse. t'oiiervntion means JV development not less than saving. ' There are two forms of waste: One is such as (:ikes place in (lie destruction of our forests or the waste of our soil from washing. There is no better example of this form of waste than the frightful and wholly unnecessary forest tires, which, in the last few months, have caused the loss of tens of million! of dollars in property and many human lives. Another illustration is found in the enormous loss ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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