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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 July 1919

! I -.. .;---3.. . .... THE GARLAND CIT GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH . , ,, "' " ' M Garland City Globe M INDEPENDENT. H J. A. Wixom, Editor & Mgr. H Bell 'phone - - - - No. 52. B TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 1 Ono year (in advance) $2.00 H Six months 1.00 M Three months .50 B Entered as second-class mat- H ter, February 10, 1906, at the M post office at Garland, Utah, M under tho Act of Congress of H March 3, 1870. fl Subscribers who fail to re- M ccive their papers regularly, H please notify this office. SATURDAY JULY 26, 1919 I Utah lndus I trial Review B Pacific Coast Manufacturer and M Industrial New9 Bureau M July 21. Scandinavian coun- H tries are buying copper that H finds its way to Germany. Bc- H fore tho war Germany was our H greatest copper customer, A L new high level was reached in H sales for September shipment at H 20 1-2 cents a pound. Tills m price has not becomo general as M tho bulk of current big business 1 has been booked on a 20 cent J' basis. Higher prices appear in- m...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 July 1919

k r?j , , mm . . .. THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, QARLAND, UTAH " H ' r i I i ii . ii i i ii n mill i i 1 ii i i linn ' 'i i limit in ii . BH . I . a KEEPING THE QUALITY no 'lrv? ft J f AND THE PRICE I own That is the main effort of the Tremonton Furniture Co., during these times, when so many retailers are taking the opportunity to advance their prices. Our strong connec tions, our unwavering aim to offer you al ways the greater value are things that are making the seekers, of home furnishings wend their way to our door. And we are not disappointing them, for here Quality and . Moderate Price go hand in hand. "WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY MEET" Tremonton Furniture Co. ,-u Phone 12-. .-. : - - Tremontonu A. C. Olsen, Nanager W. A. Westmoreland, Salesman Phona 01 and Collector Phono 93.o.1 ACCIDENTS THAT COULD HAVE BEEN PRE- VENTED A carpenter, engaged in re .'"' ' pairing a coal treatlo, ripped off uevoral boards and threw them In back of liim. While tearing oft another board, he stepped back ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 July 1919

H "- - '- - - -. - .-- - ' " - frmUM.r-'iihft, ,- 'i't--V -' ",l" ...-.,, r "' T-T -'it 11 im iiiliiiiriiJiiiii iimii h iiili.ii. ii i iiiiiiuiiiii mill mlllT" mrif,a",,'tffl'" f'"""l't - H " . " - - - , -r THE GARLAND.-CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ""- ' ' """ - -OTAH STATE NEWS -Tito twelfth nntiual convention of H tlio Ulnli Stuio Federation of Lnbur B will 1)0 held September U ut tho Lubor H tcmplu In Salt I.ukc. H Aimunl gathering of Utah ministers mid official members of tlio Methodist H church will In; Iield the third week In H August at Ogdru, uiTonllng to un un- H uounrcment made IIiIh week. H Plans proposed liy the University of H Utah for putting Into effect the re- H quircmcnts of tlio federal hoard for orntlonnl huIijucIm, were dls u.'iscd H and approved last week by a eouiinllteu H of the hIiiIo board of edueatlon. H The Harvard endowment fund com- H mlttee ha.s aiiolnled (Heed Miller of B Salt Lake iim ehalriiian of the Utah ill- H vision III lliu campaign for upwards of ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 July 1919

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAtT-- M I Nerves All Unstrung ? H Nervousness often comes from weak B kldneya. Many a person who worries Jm over trifles and U troubled with neu j ralgla, rhcumatla pains and backache, H would find relief through a good kidney S remedy. If you have nervous attacks H with lierdachcs, backaches, dirzy spells H and sharp, shooting pains, or if you are j annoyed by bladder troubles, try m noon's KMncu Vllls. They have H brought quick benefit in thousands of H such cases. B An Idaho Case L"B Mrs, 13. Rockwell, ni 1 1 fBM 521 Fifteenth btroet, Ml I fsK fciJEI , Lowlslon, Idaho, Kg r . BH nays: "My back wna ff-i I WTPfs. H no lame nnd pained &Z-JiTr b m so Intensely, that ItwKjZZltl lri W was Impossible for jWC5A5ij4IJ v? H ma to Btoop over. (Jv-5t'Pcy H My kldneya woro tajf rV Iwl B sluggish nnd Rave II V-Vfl .BB mo no llltlo annoy- 1 1 1 .j5l - f mice. Doan'B Kidney rJI I AmSjr"- m Plllfi not only rcKU-ffrJfiIJlLSl MW lated my ktdnoys vJsJaWil U n...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 July 1919

.) THE OArtTANbhV GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH . H ! THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE! H ; SATURDAY JULY 26, 1919 I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H M Mrs. Osro Barnard was a' H Brigham City visitor tho latter m .part of last week. fl M. "D. Evans and son, Davi.d M made a business trip to Pocat- fl ello, Idaho, Monday. M Jack Bush went to Salt Lake H Monday and will visit Lchi and M vicinity before returning. H Mrs. R. S. Ellis and children M returned Monday from a plcas- M nut visit with relatives in Port- H H M. A. Gam of Fielding, gave m the Globe office a pleasant call M Monday while in the city on M business. H Miss Edith Wixom of Bigham H City, niece of ye editor, is here H on a visit and will return home m tomorrow. H Mr. and Mrs. Jos. V Lewis H motored to Ogden and' Plain H City last Sunday, rehiring late H Sunday night. H Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Miller, H and children of Mendon, were H last Sunday guests of Mr. and H Mrs. Geo. B. Hughes. H Geo. W. Bradford, wife and H son, Cecil, motored to Corlnno H last Sund...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

H I ' '.J l TWi? 1 " Dopt. of War History ....,,. . . I ' V. 1 fc,A rSW M ) State Capitol Did T' H OAlkAND CITY THIfl METROPOUECOM """ ifc B ! ADVERTISE in the J mirfi jf k M"V W A ) f dEL- 7fnn f Vf ff1 DONT forget to reaa B M i paper that goes into J I U Mj f 4 J I A l IA I 11 Iwlll WJ 1-4 tho advertisements In B ssm-i I he uAKLAlYjP vJ I Y ULUdE strew" i I t j , H - 'a H H COVERS THE BEAR RIVER V ALLEY L l li E A BLANKET I H VOL. XIV GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1919 No. 27 H fcM B . . - --a I Military Band I Grand Ball m Tho grand ball given at the B Palace by the Garland Military m- Band, Wednesday evening of H this week, was a rousing Bucc al ess, both socially and financia H lly. There was a large tourn H out and those present pronounc 1 ed tho dancing party one of the M best of the season. The Band B furnished excellent music and M everybody had a very enjoyable H time. B Two weeks hense August B 13th, tho Band haB arranged to H givo a dancing party at the H Tremonton a...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

bwbbw I B THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH I History of ' Past Week H ' The News Happenings of H , I Seven Days Paragraphed H INTCRMOUNTAIN. BBl Suffering Intensely from Uwlr in- BBl (Juries, exposure mill lack of nourish- BBl intwil, i:. Hurrl.H, his wife, lliclr JilIU BBj mill tlu grandmother weru Monday BBl lirought to (Jrecnrlvcr, Ulnb, nfter BBl they liuil been subjected for lu-i-nty- BBl four hours to Hit1 desert heat after BBl their automobile crushed through a BBl broken bridge fifteen miles oast of BBl here. They vin all severely Injured BBl villi tliu exception of 1 1 if child. H Hardeners Monday In thu public BBj market at Twill Kails, Idaho, offered BBl thu first Ki'ffii corn of thu season. BBJ 1'ciicIicm, pears and apples were pirn BBJ tlfnl when the market opened. BBJ James O'Neill, back from Franco BBJ with four service Nlrlpcs and one BBj wound fitrlpe and only 18 yearn old, Is BBJ nt Camp Lewis for discharge from' the BBJ army, IIIm papers show he enlisted BBJ ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

rBBBBJl --' --- - ' BBBBJl - " ' ZZ7JS r I ,,,- ri &JXSZ2-Z- .,i!!BBBJ BggSajg - ----- ------ "TCB V 1 i"1" iiMiMmi 'I - i-r . a f ' f BBJl ' 1 -.:"';; ... ' . . ..-, .,, i. rBBJl THE GARLANDiCITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAtf ' " ' ' M "THE HILLMAN ' By E.PHILUesjEJ!iEIM.ag!!aggg CHAPTER XV Continued. 9 "It's wonderful!" Sophy declared. "Try nnd benr tho thread of It ull la your mind. For two nets you linvo been nsked to focus your nttcntlon upon tho Increasing brutality of tho marquis. He-member that, won't you?" "Not likely to forge't It," John re plied. "How well they all ncfl" There wns a quarter of an hour's Interval beforo tho curtain roso ngnln. Humors concerning tho last act had been floating about for weeks, and the house was nlmost tenso with excite ment as tho curtain went up. Tho sccno wns tho country chateau of tho , "Mnrquls do Guy," who brought a noisy crowd of companions from Paris without any warning. Ills wlfo showed j signs of dismay at his coming. Ho ihnd brought wi...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

M . ., . . . THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH ' " . . , M Garland City Globe H INDEPENDENT. H J. A. Wlxom, Editor & Mgr. H Bell 'phono - - - - No. 52. H TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: 1 Ono year (in advance) $2.00 H Six month 1.00 m Thrco months .CO m Entered as second-class mnt- H tcr, February 10, 1900, at the H post office at Garland, Utah, 1 under the Act of Congress of M March 3, 1870. M Subscribers who fail to ro- M ceive their papers regularly, H please notify this office. H SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1919 M TROUBLE COMING H If something is not done to H check the high cost of living, fl trouble is sure to follow. A H man with a salary of $125 per H month and a family of two or H three children, goes behind every M month If ho ndavors to live do-- H ccntly and the great majority m of workers do not get a salary H that large. The best advico ob- H tainablo is to the effect that tho M cost of groceries, meats and H wearing appcnrel is going to con- H tinue to mount upwards so that H t...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

MSStT mafcy .7 r, . . .. x i: . TZ ZT . x3SB I I H THE OAKLAND CITYCLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH " " .. . i I Hove the Bed Room That You Wish For Every modern woman wishes for a modern bedroom, and our special August prices make it easy to have one. This Suite contains just the four to six pieces required in an up-to-date chamber. Each piece is finished inyour choice off Gum, American Walnut or ivory. The design .. is a popular period reproduction. It is hard to appreciate the beauty off this Suite until you see it. "WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY MEET" Tremonton Furniture Co. Phone 12 - - :-: - - Tremonton I 4' A. C. Olsan, Manager ' k- w - , Phone 91 - -,-.-... - - I felSlir Cabinet Range JSa, LOOKS BEST I-llilfSlffM COOKS BEST iSST ' UKE A DISH IyyffTlrjffi nirii f mWV The Copper-Clml is n Pin in Range. It is smooth like u. disli. it una no rivet nnd bolt hends on the niukel. It has no hiugen, catches or latches I Qti the outside. They are nil inside like an automobile body. Th obouizedirou is f...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

1 I THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH MIRM FACTS H '" "' " ' ! W I POOR COWS CAUSE OF LOSS H Wisconsin County Farmers Co-oper- H atlna In Ostter-Bull Campaign H Discard Scrubs. (Prepared by tlio United States Depart- 1 ment of Agriculture.) H "Don't pay two taxes" In tlio timely H slogan of tlio Door county (Wis.) llvo H stock commlttco. H Few farmers rcullzo Hint tlioy oro H paying In nddllloii to their regular tux H n "poor-cow tax." This "poor-cow tux" H Is nbotit tlio heaviest, robs tlio pocket- t book, uml profits no one. H Toil lmvo Just paid your niinunl H property tux. This Is necessary to pro- H vide for our schools, roods, mid other H government expenses from which you H henellt ; but why pny two taxes?" Is tlio M nppenl which, In tlio shnpo of a ltttto M enrd, Is being placed In tlio linnds of M Door county owners of scrub sires. And B tlio "prospect" who wnnts to bo shown M Is pointed to results which wero H worked out In n farm management sur- H vey, whero It was fo...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

I HT iil THE GARLAND CnXGLOEE,. GARLAND. UTAH H H g 1 - - - . esaSaaaaewaaaaa M I HUSBAND I SAVES WIFE H From Suffering by Getting s Her Lydia E. Pinkham'a H Vegetable Compound. H Pittaburgh, Pa." For many monthi B X was not able to do my work owing to Bm ... a weakness which IIIIIIIH caused backacho mJJIIIII nnd headaches. A U friend called my ra attention to one of m your nowspnper flll rtdvertlscmcnts and I Immodiatoly my husband bought Ui tlirco bottle of M'tfiWfW Lydia E. Plnkham's PMMMI Vegetable Com- wMbfQm&M pound fOT me. &-' "f''i? 'W Aftr taHni? two M . ,,r '"'"-1 1 bottles I felt flno and my troubles caused by that weak- nrssnro'tt'thlnffof thepftst. All women who suffer as I did should try Lydia E. rinkhsm's Vegetable, Compound." Mrs. JA8. Rohrderg, 20 Knapp St, JN. 8., Pittsburgh. Pa. Women who suffer from any form of "weakness, as IndlcatecTby displacements, inflammation, ulceration, 'irregularities, backache, 'headaches, nervousness or "the blues," ahrald acce...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 2 August 1919

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. QARLAND, UTAH H Ji tilllili 'I '. i - . i- ii mill I I I ! THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE: H SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1919 LOCAL HAPPENINGS H Miss Madge Hales returned H Monday from a visit to Lehi. H D. L. Reese and wife of Pro- H montory, were Garland visitors H Inst Sunday. M Albert Hales of Riverside is H planning the erection of a uiod- H em bungalow soon. H Herbert Austin of LchI, cou- H sin of Clarence and Ed. N. Aus- H tin, is here on a visit. H Miss Violet Hauck of Mont- B pclier, Idaho, is the guest of her M sister, Mrs. J. A. Wixom. M Mrs. Ursel S. Rose of Fielding, H was the guest of Mrs. J. A. H Wixom Thursday afternoon. H Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Sinister of H Ogden were last Saturday guests H at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. H V. Daniels. H The Box Elder Journal bloss- H omed out Monday with a hand- H somo new head that certainly H looks good. H Mrs. Andy Jensen of Brigham H City, spent a few days of last H week with her parents here, Mr. H and Mrs. Osro Barnard....

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

FjiMDiWJMl'HftilffiiB5i '- - .... -' - . , .. k r - r - t - "" --v-' - "- - H fclT-"." ni ''''"'""MIIIIHiiihiiiwuwHi,. ' i ii i I, I, i I i l. ' ' "" IIJ ' WMI II 1 1 I I w - --- -- -L- --- . -rt- .,-- . - -r-f" 'T' '??ziZ Vi . ".i,ww-Tjnis,jfciTtf,i5?wr"i .fi',ii i i ij;i' (T '"' - . , .W-'"'B 1 Uopt. of War History . jt State Capitol Blilg OARIFTO CITY TH JtimidPiJS COM M ' v H !' S THE GARLANf CITY GLOBE' HP 1 I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER tf A L L t, LIKE A BLANKET I VQL XIV GARLAND, UTAH, SATUAY, AUGUST 9, 1919 No. 28 ! Frightful Accident A irightiul accident occurvu at about i oclocic 'Aueauuy auenioon oi this weeK ai inc Unas Nelson farm, northwest, ti Tieaionton, whlcu is now owned by .henry oyler, ox EaBt Uanand, in which the hi tie 4-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oyler had the terrible misfortune of having her leg . and arm cut off with a mowing machine which was being oper ated by the mother of the child. Owing to labor being scarce and wages up 'to the high mark, 1 Mrs. Oy...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

H H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH g H It's perfectly safe H to do business H with us by mail. H Send us an order. H BOYD PARK rWNWiAf MAKERS OF JEWELRY' j MO MAIN STRUT SALT lAKE CITY HHHj Chance (or Inventor. HH A prize of $10,000 l ofTcrcd I))' tho "Walnut Growers' association to liny HHHj one who wlli Invent n satisfactory inn- HHH chine for branding the shell of each HHH English wnlntit In n yearly $10,000,000 HHH H Business Courses HHHj Stenography Bookkeeping HHH DIctnplione Typewriting Civil Service Potting Machine H L. D. S. Business College HHH Sail Lol(f) City, Utah HHH! Day and Evening All tht Year HHH Sex Differences. HHH When It Ik n man getting n set of HHH false teeth, ho la nfrnld he Is not go- HHH Ins to be able to cat with thorn; If It HHH Is a woman, sho Is nfrnld she wilt not HHH bo nlilu to talk. Houston PoNt. I Typewriters HwJ All make Rented, RrpIrct. Sold. Writ. for priee-97.SO to SIOO. H Utah Office and School Supply HH 33 W. 2nd South. Salt Lalta Ci...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

5 ' - THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH - H - UTAH STATE NEWS -?" ' Deputy Game Warden Jonns Collins VJ j of 1'i-uvo, states tlint prairie chicken. ' . " W'fc'u hens nro unusually pletlful "s 1'liu season opens .August 15. fa ,owll ""yi arrested by tho police of) ;f . - , Ogden on the charge of smoking opluin -und keeping house wliero opium was , smoked, was sentenced to nerve 100 m. ' dni's I" Jll y gily Judge Sam Howell. jfc-. ' Wvltl U. AUnor lias filed an uppllcn- f.-i ' ''"' Willi lllu Hlulu public utilities r commission for a penult to operate a ft, atiiKf "no between Moron! and Pay win, to connect with the lutermbnii llnu at the latter point. ? ,. ""- " Tbe first mwIiik at "unjust, uiireus- ff,,J,, onuhlovuiid discriminatory oil freight yif"' s ntos" In Utub, wos taken In Malt Lake , '""t week In tliejireparutlon of a do- f 'J' - 1""C'1 co,nDmlnt '" uo filed with the tf- ' ltorstule commerce commission. JK, - Jorgen C. Nielsen of 1'rovo received W rf , Motlco from Senator...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

LsH 1 -..-.--- THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH H Garland City Globe H INDEPENDENT. H J. A. Wixom, Editor & Mgr. m Bell 'phono No. 52. H TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: H One year (in advance) $2.00 M Six months 1.00 H Three months .50 H Entered as second-class mat- m ter, Fchruary 10, 1906, at the M post offices at Garland, Utah, M under the Act of Congress of H March 3, 1870. H Subscribers who fail to ro- M ccivc their papers regularly, H please notify this office. H SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919 HIM !. I 1 - - H DISHONEST. m A certain man was employing ' H a company of workmen to per- B form a. tusk for him and was M paying the workmen $0.50 per day and their board. They H were skilled laborers, as the M salary would indicate, and were M of u cluss of mechanics that has B been demanding higher 'wages. M The man who was payed for the M work happened to be standing H in an obscure place near the M workmen one day and over- M heard one of them complaining M to the foreman of the gang for...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

THE OAKLAND CITY QLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH " , , i Good Furniture ' IP' . In This . Iv:' ',-. Store HL i ITT IT"" F f It wastes neither the investment of the pur- r chaser, nor does its charm Hast but for a I few years. It's master design-it's charm, en- hances the beauty of the home and its owner r never tires of it as the time rolls by. It's con-. I sf ruction carries it through years of enduring I service, hense it stands the test of time. w I The prices are most moderate, consistent with high quality, and our selections are made . to meet the most elaborate requirements "WHERE PRICE AND QUALITY MEET" Tremonton Furniture Co. Phone 12 --:-:-- Tremonton , - kt- ? A. C. Olan, Manager " v ' Sf" Phone 91 e,;- i -:. ' 1 Atdhl ' "ie Cop per-CI ad I WMLW Cabinet Range dlIHlta LOOKS BEST H ' aWfiBBl Mil COOKS BEST II I mBEK and cleans I isr like a dish I XjggSSSSSa fhe Copper-Clad is a Plain Ifaugc. It is smooth like a . I dish. It has uo rivet and bolt heads ou' the uiokel. It bus no hinges, ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

PBMBHBHWHWBWJHiHWHWBHHJHwJiiMBHWH HHHJ I THE GARLAND CITY OLOBW. GARLAND. UTAH HI BWilP9' '"" "'" lllllllllIIIIIWBMMiWMMMMWMWWBaMBBaWMM,,1,,,,,,ww m " ""11 1"1 iJMB"' Hill IIIIIIIMIIl - . WtBI $ BE ir ll I "TppTE1 HlflF If lUff A M An Unusual Lave Story ' By E;PHILL1PS:0PPENHEIM hH ItT .. p 2 bYbH STbthB " ' " "' " jmj BBB B MMffiaBwiMtrnflMirammjurjf iiuim I'ffH I ' IHl IHII mill III. l,"f3l'lF'll,''IM"l"sMg''WigBMKiaaMMMMMMg ..- - -L-Ll MLlJZJlrtni?JMgJHfw'a,gffHWrTWyiB BHHI IrtrWInl nfii ! Hi hum ii 1 1 iim T'ih) MHHiri i iniMim nun i nninrmwniiniM i niiiiwrwmiiTTfciMiMii - ., - ' MMJ aiMnjI CHAPTER XVII Continued. BH 10 BB "You silly child I" Lnnlsc exclaimed. BB "No one told mo you were horc. Ilavo HH you had nny lunch?" HH "Lang ago," Sophy replied. "I luivc HB been finishing your accounts." HB Louise mndo n little grlmncc. HH "Toll mo tlio worst," she hogged. H "Vou nre overdrawn lit your linnlc, HJ your hills nre henvlcr tlmn ever thin HI month, mid tliero nre Ave or .six sp...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

B . ' THE GARLAND CITXGLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH . H MOTHERS: I TO BE M Should Read Mrs. Monyhah's H Letter Published by H Her Permission. H vi!Jlch0.,1V?nt,-" Wa E- PInkham's jH Vcgetnblo Compound helped mo so much t during tho timo I was lookinpf orward to tho coming of my little ono that I am recommending It to otheroxpoctant mothers. Boforo taking it, somodaya I suffered with nou. ralgia so badly that I thought I could not live, but after taking three bottlci of LydlaE. Pink ham's Vocrotablo Compound I was en tlrely rolloved of neuralgia, 1 had gained In strength and was ablo to go around and do all H my Itmisowork. My baby when seven I jnon (lis old wclghea 10 pounds and I fool bottcr than I have, for a long timo. I never had any medicine da mo sa much good." Mrs. Team Monyiian, Mitchell. Ind. Good health during maternity Is a Ml most Important factor to both motlier ond child, nnd many letters havo been received by tho Lydla E. Pinkham Mcdicino Co., Lynn, Mass., telling of health rc...

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