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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 December 1908

H THE GARLAND GLOBE HI - A BE THE GARLAND GLOBE $3 INDKI'KNIU'M 32 . A.Wixom, . RdHor end Mtigr. ffl Telephone No 52 Red Jk (K.irmrrly Wialfs lldtrhrr Shop.) y'ty Kntrrad aa aeconilrlasn mnttor Obruary 17, jkt,' IDtW, at the pout nfllcr M (iarlanl. Utah, urnlcr 5fcV IhaAcI of .nnisja of Marrh S. 1K7V. ML? SiiIpmtIIkts SJBO fiiil to r.T.ivc! tluii r-CVj p pirn ri'irnlurl , plea notify this oilier jTrf' Saturday, Dec. 5, 190S. gJ, ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mls I A. Nnnlntilst Hnil 0, K. Wllxon UHI rrttirnril Siinilny evening from a vls- H It tn URdrn. H M. . Ixmtnn Clnrk of FiinnlnRton HH returned homn Sunday after a plena- B ant visit In thlx rlty. H Rolanil Mnilnon nf the iimni Fur-J H nitur.' Co. nf llrlKtinm. wnn In town PPH on business Saturday lnnt. PPB MIrr I.isslo Ipsen of ORilen H visiting; In town, the KU.'Kt of her rIh- H tor, Mm. Hilda Norilqnlst. LLV U J. Robinson nf Oakley. Idaho, B spent Thanksgiving day In Garland, H Hi- guest of Mr. and M 1 W. U Gro- M MIrr Rhodn Miller and ...

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. — 12 December 1908

a I I nrni? a Fit n kti pi adp I IflJu UilIl'Hlil7 UlAJDJLrf I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GRKAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY I A Vol.3. No. 45. Published at linrland, Utoh. Saturday, Dec. 12, IS02 I SCHOOL ELECTION. t :i iptctll BMfltiBg of the Hoard j of BdUCftUQB held last Monday, the j election returns ns far ns they had; i been ri'i vlvcd, were canvassed, shnw- in , the following result: DISTRICT No. 1. Klmber 11 Palmar i en Hlythe 1 DISTRICT No. 2. Coombi 270 Hull 108 DISTRICT NO. I. Hansen ' 228 Petersen 10 Owens 1 DISTRICT No. 4. White HI DISTRICT No. 5. Peters 101 i'i hburn In district No. ii there was but one j candidate in the laid and the votes Mr. Klshbtirn rerelved were given bl in by friends, as he wus not a can didate for i he office. The same may ie mid of Blythe and Laraen In dis trict No. 1, and of Owens In District No. 6. box EMci Ncv.'i. j LAEIES' SELF-CULTURE CLUB. The club met at the home of Mrs. lillila Nordqulst Thursday afternoon. Kiev, .i members anil...

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. — 12 December 1908

H i Eg The Garland Globe SCpjl Published Every Saturday at '1, GARLAND .... UTAH LJrt, Term of Subscription: V' V One year (In advanco) $1.60 &.. Blx months TR UF Three months RO ErSt Advertising ratea furnished on appll- j cation. ip J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager ( . v - S ARKANSAS TOWN SLOWLY SliniNG INTO THE RIVER k jiS High Water May Result In Deetruc- u8 tlon of Town, Unleaa Course of BH River is Changed. H Pine Bluff, Ark While appealing H as n last recourse to President Roooo- B Velt for ! 1 1 1 1 ; ' m to nil through H government leevcos ikhI hangc the H course nf ikansas river, leaving H 'ln' r.liiii high and dry, but safe, H every available man In Ihla 1 1 y ban H been put to work strengthening "I H ready crumbling banks mil II the (rent H of a sixteen toot rise passes (hiH H point, In an effort to prevent an over- H flow which would mean destruction H of property valileil at hundreds of H thousands of dollars and poHHlbly loss M of life Whether their efforts will he ...

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. — 12 December 1908

YOU BUY CHEAPEST I j When you buy the best selected good g. Our reputation for reliability has been earned by selling reliable goodl for fifty I years. Write us your needs and your Christinas problems will be solved. ESTABLISH ED M, S 1862 T f M3r Lfftftr 70 r -arMAIN ST. I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Removal Announcement We tain pll asiirc In informing our OUStOlUOTI that we have removed our place of business tram the old stand to more einiitnoiltons quiii'tors, No. 535 South Third West Shoot, mid that we in Still in the market for HIDES, WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, FURS, Etc. In small OT cmlouil lots, ('ull on us or write us before .you sell. It will pay JTOU to do so. Rowe, Morris, Summcrhays Co. Salt I .-.k.- City. Vtah. 0 Love making a Fine Art. "Cnpld. Ihi' Surgeon," by Hrrninn ' Lm Meader. Ih so full of wit and hu mor iih to make It ono of tho grogtoal of tnli'lh provokri'H of the Mm, One MpaJCtl tlMll v'r HHdlf has spent n i nod deal of time practicing what be . reaches; for, If ono scratch...

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. — 12 December 1908

HB ' " 11 ITT A TT STATU NEWS SSctf Tlin nfn irt lsrit canrtliliiton wrro fSr victorious In thr llMtlOD for ttii'tiih.'in Ai& of (am sohool board hi'M i" iaH ''" BraK City last VMk, Hl Thi' laUU runiil'.'i- of snStS for rlo IRjL latloriR of the llsli hii'I (J.'iui" Iiiwh In jESS- tlie Hint.- riinlim Hi" gaol rear wbh a Revel Qrearee, arhlle out hnattag :iLi ducka ni'ar Bpttralffl, sustained i . yVr ,!,, p gaal la bli .i I m the reaoli ft ' j of tho imizlo being blown off lilB hliot a! a roupic oi would ! bad BOB WtlO 3nM attempted to "abort up" tha town or PS9 Oreea Hirer raoentlj were bated ba t'-vRB fore I nini; 1st i !ii mill fln.'il $2Ti anil jiff (Oritn. iJ8K3 Ooorgo a Boyd, b ranoamaa, llv- B )n aaar Plain i'i'. aaa thrown from frijM hid Wagon wlirn his tcniii licriirnn HH frightened a a passing train ami aarl H onsly Injured. pH Thomai vanoe, tha H.iit Laka RH onder cooTlctioa for tin' murder ot BH Ms wife, has not 1 11 SI ntonci'il. and BH probably win not boar iih aaatt...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 December 1908

. THE GARLAN ULOBE H f IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL SERVICES. Monday at 1 p. m. impressive fun eral Hervlce were held at the Bear River City meeting house over the re mains of Oliver A. Hansen, son of P. M. Hansen of El wood, who recently J died in CktOMO while on his way home from a mission to Scandium la. Dlshop Lars F. Johnson presided at the services and the ward choir fur Dl.htd excellent sIiikmik. Among the visitors present were Pres. Francis M. , Lyman, O. E. Ellsworth, president of tlie Northern States Mission, Elder H, E. Aamodt who accompanied the re main, home, Olecn N. Stohl and V. C. Horsley of the Hox Elder Stake presidency, M. II. Welling and Joseph Jensen of the Hear River Stake Previa deney, W. L, Orover, Hp. A. R. Cap enor and ('has. Mtinns and family. The hall was crowed with relatives and friends of the deceased and the floral offerings were numerous and beautiful. The opening pi aver was offered by J. P. Chrlstensen. Follow ing were the speakers all of whom spoke very hig...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 December 1908

- - . POCKET GOPHERS COST An FARMERS PRETTY PENNY o nni rlmis Directions for the Destruction of the Utile Pests By David E. Lantz, Assistant, U. S. Bureau Biological Survey. lull 1 1 u of " " state Poehei gophen total nil the tUtM the I Anil territories of the MlMlMlppI, ucl I Hinl parts of IIIIiioIk Wisconsin. Klor n ii"i Ida, lieorgln. Mini Alabama The) M gusfi CUT iiIkh In soiilh-wcstci n Canada ami r nni over llii- grcatct pail (if Mexico Ml tin- species live underground in rami ,.oli,l fytliK tunnels, and all bring lo llw stir ,,,,1 fare cpiiin til 1(S of : 1 1 1 1 1 which Ik i;i, iicapcii up in tin' shape hi mounds The IiiiIiIIh (if UlM animals ari' cvcrv when- much Um MAN Throughout their i anni' pocket goph eis air mi v desliuctlvc Id crops They eat i in' roota of frail trees and in this way sometimes ruin whole orchards The) Ml both roota and tups of elo vii. alfalfa, greases, mains ami rage lODJai tablet, ami air especially hat infill t( ,v Fig. 1. rviisBissippi Vat ley Po...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 December 1908

, DR. FURNIVALL'S SOLUTION OF ? THE COLTER CABIN MYSTERY I By DR. GEORGE I . BUTLER and HERBERT ILSLEY I : Insane Hospital Houses Lad JVIiile Unjustly Accused sire Released front : ,7 6 Findings of Great Detective. I PaXxggggal VKKY short. stout. Bailor I A appearing man, clean- shaven and wearing a fit- j loss slop shop suit of bltM eaM with a 1 n st stovepipe hu' JJfs n Ills head and a canvas '- &I lm tn n'8 nn,u'' r'"ni' Jfe lolling up the street, und i5tfE?2 after looking hesltiitiiu;l E3Tl-' around at the numerous K"y,"' lodging house signs In the HHMHiJ windows of the neighbor- hood, started brlsklv n i the steps of No. 112 and pressed the button. "Mum,'' he said to the elderly woni an who opened the door, "I see b) hese here notices that you hev rooms to let, and as that's what I'm nrter I kinder cul'lated I'd gin ye a call. How much ho they?" He abstracted a huge roll of hills from his trousers pocket and thrust them htingllugly into her hand. "Do what ye can for me on t...

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. — 12 December 1908

1 PRESIDENT TO CONGRESS l& Message Read to Both JN Houses of National & Assembly A LEGISLATION CALLED FOR IjmVj Financial Standing of the Nation De- fFv dared Excellent Control of Cor. HM poratu no, the President Thinks, vJtH Should Be Left to the Nation.il IN Government Labor Leaders Come mjm n '0r Criticism Respect foi Law 3K Vital to the Welt-Being of Country. H Wtrmlngton '111' nn'SH;u;e of Prr-sl- H 1 1 fni Roonovglt wfti t .id in both H hOQtW of COUgfOOg Tib'sdny. In Kiili H Blanco the ilociinunt VII U follow: H To tin' genah nn. i Houm r rtepresen- t stives; Ths flnsnctal standing f the B nt tht I'M-- nt (lint in excellent, hihI inc Attend a I management of thi ns B t ions Interests b the government dui H Ihk ths Isusi years Iimm shown Uisj most satisfactory results l tut our i I'MMV systt in and It Is H nsstly i " hoped thai ths B uuutiiilsshiii in I" 1 1 bio to propose a thoroughly good system whh h will do away witii ths existing defects H During ths period from Ju...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 December 1908

UNITED STATES SENATOR 1 FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. Dytftftia fs Often Caused by Catarrh of the Stomach I'eruna h'elieixs Ca tarrh of the Stomach and Is J hereore a Remedy for MaVvm. -- --. i i 1 1 .----.---. Hon. M. C. Hutler, V. 8. Henntnr fmin South Carolina for two terms, in u letter from Washington, I). ('., WritM to tlu IVi mm Medicine Co., .'. follows: I J " can recommend Peruna for d spepsla and stomach trouble. I lime been using your medicine for a short period and I feel very much i relieed. It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine, besides a good tonic. " -------- a a . --e i .-. . . i i i C ATA HUH of the stomach In the cor rect name for most eases of dyspep sia. Only nn internal ca t a rrh rem edy, such as l'cruna, is available. Peruna Tablets can now he procured. Ask your Druggist for a Free Peruna Almanac for 1909. ENGLISH HUMOR. She Pooh! What is a kiss It is nothing. He Well you once said you could refuse DM nothing, you know. Chips. Kick...

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. — 12 December 1908

HH ihTT i HH THE GARLAND GLOBE RHP lNDEFENNKNT. Wfi:, J, A. Wixom, . . Edhor ftfid Mngr. & Telephone No 52 Red ft'Jn (Form.rlir Wjtt'. Butchrr Shop.) KJkTS KnUrwl nooonrl-rlHHn mtl"r Fohnmry 17. HJW -13 IMS. t the (oat iifflce at Garland. UUh. under I t- IfcS Act of ConcrMl of March .1. 1878. BHBnfl( RWBJv Suhsi rilii r- who fall 10 rSOSTTS their rji papers r'Kiilnr1) , plMM notify thin fflot D Av Sutuida, Dec. 12, 1908. EM . BjV ITEMS OF INTEREST. EgEjMR .loRipli Hum" unci MIhh Aila Kowler HP$9 WW BrlgtlMIl vlnilors Mnwlny. ft'dawl ,T- s- 'i,l,w''11 ni'i'li' a tlip to (ho tSyf suite tiipitui Monday, 1" BORN Uut Saturday nlnlit to the ln Wtfa of Volllry Kltitf I lM lOB. All: BB Improvise, HB BaM ball twister Anily JenHpn of HH ltiiKii.iin city, ipasl law Batartej and PPPJ Sttniliiy 111 PPPH Tnm HffjtlHa. fonuer owner :ind PPH proprietor of the As;, 111 RmUUI PPH ipBt 11 few diiyM In town this W PPH Miehnel IIIkkIiis of OdgtB wiih brot PPH before .Inst lee W. H. Vanllivt Hatur- P...

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 December 1908

n . I wM wi I w f mf I J II I w I I m .H Bi DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.3. No. 46. Published at Uarlond, Utah. Saturday, Dec. 1 9, 1908 A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL. THE MILLER CASE. The Jury In the case of Henry V. 4 Miller againBt the Utah-Idaho Sugar 80mpny, In whl'h plaint Iff Is seeking to recover $20,300 damages for Injur ies alleged to have been sustained by hint Dec. 16, 1906, In the sugar fac tory at Garland, this morning at 11: 30 filed Into Judge Ritchie's court and asked for further Instructions as to the law in the case. The Instruc tions were given and the Jury again retired In charge of the bailiff of the court. In the above action, Miller claims that he was on the date named, scald, ed by hot tallow, by the breaking op en of a tallow door on the concentrat ing vat. He claims that he was ser- lously Injured by the hot grease, and that the accident was caused by a de fective tallow door on the big vat. The defense set up that 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. — 19 December 1908

ffi - m b Wm The Garland Globe 2tygR Published Eveiy Saturday at fcCji; GARLAND .... UTAH Bur Terms of Subscription: itfrJ. One yenr (In advance) $1.50 ii.J$ Sl mon,nB 7B Sm Three months 60 aljB Advertising rates furnished on eppll JPW5 cation. J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager i ROLES DUSKY HE JB AMERICAN CHOSEN MONARCH OP H THE ILOCANOS. H Former Omaha Messenger Boy Now H King in a Section of the Philip- R pine Islands How It All H Came About. H Onuihn Kkiiii llltm l IHII I" l"v In H klnc i the long step which tins been M taken liy Charles MnlTki'. formerly H Wanton Union Telegraph mnwiiitr m No. lit tin' Omaha olBce, now king H mill ruler OTtT tha I li nn lion 1 1 i In of B inn. iioo Filipinos iii tin' Interior of the M island of Lnaon. "King Carloa" is at PH pra "Hi in Nebraaka practicing law, M but his "paoplo" Hlill look tu lilm ns PH their ruler and continually Implore PH him ami beseech him to return to Hie PH I'. I. mil' and rule than as he once did. PPJ llnffke was on the Oly...

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 December 1908

I BffiM'RiGliiIlSGTOP.ms I sr COM for a trip to Toyland and J lake a peep at the many delightful presents whKdi Sunta t'laus pre I pared for enriching the JTOUthful IS33!"53J Christmas. Mis enchanted castle. WOM brilliant!) lighted, la filled with an JStf 'Kjji endless varlet) of toys; and as the KjS&BMI visitor passes through the main JJeSErU. avenues In this wonderful world ny i he spectacle becomes more and K) c3i more entrancing. Numherless falry mLmI lamps lead the way to where the mechanical and electrical toys are stored; and what an Imposing array they make! The place seems full of motor cars, motor omnibuses and motor boats, darting here, there and everywhere, at the bidding of their miniature drivers. The wireless tele graph is busy sending messages, and the Yiims hurst machine with its glssler tube is produc ing the most beuutlful colors as though by lightning. Close at hand are scores of different kinds of steam engines models of perfection to gether with railway car...

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 December 1908

ggnB 1 Sensitive she suffer y7 w.r Necessary Evils S WOlTlclin Like a Stoic Vft y IADY VIOLET .MI II I I " ) f . hj teniiUromtt of woman takat different rorm from tlmt of 'iv, v num. !& Wotntn'i whole character li formed i the endurance of K$ TSff H''' "'") ''v'Is. 'I'll' mother m-Is 11-nlc her liti j n in -sx for Iter uH yS&tt ' I'il'lrcn; il is sin who wliccdlcs tlm pntcrfiiinilins out of t In- jfH UAlwf "''""iirv iniiiicv for boots mill Rocks, lints mid ribbons, who jeHfll llSk 'Iri'sscM (lie girls nt the m-l of her own toilet, nml saves up jgjH &. '"''' I"" """"'.V In increii ! Ilic boy's hIIohhiii ('. If she flH iKh sitiM1, sin' conceiils (lie I'nrt, imposes violence on her lierves, H nml hears M bet) ihe call the noite nml uproar that must never H (listurh father. pH I har known bravt women, worried and tortured by anxieties or ill- H hunllh, who have composed their fines to a smile, forced their parched H throats to a laugh ami their voices to gay conversation, le...

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 December 1908

mfaDODOK I CM n road (Iran and then drat? The la.y lien la not apt to be thi' layer. Cleanliness Ih essential to success fni poultry raising. Do our haulliiK in the mornings whan the ground is Inn. The rare of bees Is a healthy, easy !nnd profltalile work for women. The good brood sow should be kept j aa Ions as she is able to raise a good i litter. Oil meal Is K per cent, protein. A little In each feed for the cows Is ex cellent. Spread the manure as fast as It Is made. The manure spreader makes the task an easy one. fW It has been said thai a horse Is no better than the feet he stands on. Look well to the hoofs. It is wet, not rold. which hurts sheep. Keep them dry and they can j stand lots of cold weather. Two-year-old Reese are best for breeding purposes. Sell off the stir- j plus stock. It won't pay to winter The low-wheeled wagon will prove a mighty handy thing on any farm. Get a aet of low-down wheels AVl try them. The man who keeps no slock be cause feed is high makes a mist...

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 December 1908

HLnB I Mr. Barnes, I American ifjLr Br JBfl Archibald Clavering Gunter TH A Sequel to CT Mr. Barnes of New York 9 ' H Author of "Mr. Borneo of Nw York." H "Mr. Potter of 1 ntai," B 'That li'ndimin." Etc. H V B I ., i .ilil. In IHold Mi'iul&Cu. N Y. H 8YNOPSI3. BBBBj H Burton II ll.ii 1 1 . w.iillhy AniiTi' hi B tnuriiiK Comlca, rescues Mir youn Bin H lith lii Hi. -limit MdWard Qei ard Anatruth- H pr, iiml his 1'nnlr.i bride, Mum M ilmmlii. i of tin' I'iiiiIIh. from tin' miir H llfTHIIM illil'tlK. llllfllTHlmilllMK II'111 I'1 H ! mi is id be the hand of tn mil he H lorea, Bnld Anstruther, stater of tba Bni H HhIi llautenanl Tit (our iiv from m H rlii tn Miitmi 1 1 N m mi li'tiinl tin- I'd 'nil H ataatnei Oonatantlna Tha vendetta pur- H auin unit in thr iinirtt't iirt- ntii.iit In H board the train fur London el hteraellts, H M 1 1 in i I-' hanili il n mysterious H wiiii ii eauaaa i i in ootssaoe and uecseet- n tetae iiiiMii"ii' mi n. of tin- ournay H iiiini'H aata pari or tba myr...

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 December 1908

W YOUTHFUL MONITOR AT WORK. Little Sitter Error Corrected by Six Year Old Authority. Six year-old Marjorlo and four-year- , y. old Josephine were niitkliiK their first transcontinental trip from New York k to San Franclseo and, of course, en- m countered new marveli at almost ' every "'"i Of the trip. Hut the ere- acendo of their ecstatic outpourings was reached when they saw their first Indian families braves, squaws and papooseg. "Oh-hh!" sighed Josephine, gazing wild eyed at the moccaslned, gaudily blanketed squaws, "ain't those m squashes Just splendid, though!" Marjories equally deep admiration was momentarily quenched In her feel ing of responsibility as elder-sister monitor, and she eyed Josephine ie verely as she admonished: "They ain't squashes, Josephine ; they're squabs." INVALID'S SAD PLIQHT. ffter Inflammatory Rheumatism, Hair Came Out, Skin Peeled, and Bed Sores Developed Only Cutl- cura Proved Successful. "About four years ago I had a very severe attack of Inflammator...

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 December 1908

THE GARLAND GLOBE v I Wfc THE GARLAND GLOBE UM INDKI'KNDKNT. Aj;- J. A. Wixom, . . Editor iad Magr Telephone No 52 Red 5, (Formerly W)tt'ii Butchr Shop.) Ur Enured u Mamd-clau matter February 17, ?V(i 1908. at the pout ufllce at (iarland, Utah, under i"1, the Act uf Conaruu of March .1, J879. t. ) T Subscribers who full to receive iIhii ',, piipcrH regular!, please notify tills offll t. j3 Saturday, Dec. ty, 1908. H A MERRY CHRISTMAS I j I I Cbe Best Wishes I H I of the Season 1 I I 1 H O the Solitary, the dwellers apart, j $i f by choice or by chance, with pj ';', heuilh-fut-s that for one bum J. ill 't'i H V' and for two would glow and sing fl ', to of these, H )l m.-rrv Christmas and H Ji bappv flew Year I H .;!! O Them that are set In Families, H " f where love, bestowed with no .,; $1 thought of ita return, pusses back ',v B ft and foith abundantly between open r. B .;! hcurts to all of these, puicuta, H ?! children, kinsmen, friends, t H $ Jl nicrrv Christmas and H Jl Happv He...

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 December 1908

I I LI I4 I I K I I 1 li I I II L 1 H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY Vol. 3. No. 47. Published at iiarlond, Utah. Saturday, Dec. 2GJ902 H Loaded With Presents for the Children of the Bear River Valley. SNTA'S BIOGRAPHY PLACE OF HIS BIRTH AND HIS PARENTS ARE UNKNOWN. Is Bent Known and Moat Popular In dividual on Earth Gives Presents Worth Many Millions Yearly But Is Not Classed as Rich. Santa Clans, the most widely known and popular Individual on earth, wan horn ho loni; ano that It would not be ladylike for hi in to acknowledge It, so nobody knows his exact ago. Nell leu Is It known just where he was born, nor who his parent! were, but they must hiive boon eminently respectable a people, for everybody nowaday s claims kin with him. lie is the- only untitled partem whom nobody calls "Mtatar," and he Is a baflbalOT of rxeellent re pute. Although be Rives away more at Cbilstmas than Mr. Carnegie and Mr. Rockefeller ever tBOOgBl of rIvIiir, he Is not...

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