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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 May 1906

BiflifliflifliflifliJP' ' BBBB BBBB biH abb! flYsiYssI I : How the Contract : Was Filled B S (A CHEMICAL, WOHK3STOIIY.) By E. F. STEARNS. B Auttaorof "The dlrl from Jopson'a. t (Copyright, by Joseph II. Howie.) H As tho clock struck ten, Cowlos Bfl Junior of Caxton & Cowles, tho manu- flfl fncturlnR choinlsts Bont up his caril. BIB Cowlcs was bidden to go up and enter BBM tho Hick-room, IB "Well, what Is It?" Uaxton asked, IBfl not too cordially. "It's that internal BBB contract oh?" BBf BH "I knew It! I know ltl I know BBl wo worn In for n muss, sooner or lator. BBl It wns a fool thing from tho very BB stnrt. You never should have made IB BBl "Well, It was a protty broad con- BBl tract," Cow lea confessed. "I'm not BBJ denying that part but It was tho only BBJ thine they'd Blgn, anil wo need all tho BhJ business wo can grab this year. Let BBJ mo sco. We woro to furnish them with BBB something llko two thousand barrels BBB of sul-soda ilurliiK tho twulvo months, BBB tho dellveil...

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 May 1906

BBS - TwajajawJ I 'BH I KIDNEY JROUBLES B Increasing Among Women But Sufferers Weed Wot Despair I THE BEST ADVICE IS FREE Of nil tho diseases known, with which tho femalo organism is nflllctcd, kidney disease is tho most fatal, and statistics BJ show that tills dlscaso is on tho increase HJ among women. I JPtrj.Em maSa vvyer J I aV "M Unless early and correct treatment is I applied the patient seldom survives I when onco tho dlscaso is fastened upon I her. Wo bcllovo Lydla E. l'lnkham's I Vejjclnblo Compound is tho most cfll I clcnt treatment for chronlo kidney I troubles of women, and is tho only mod I lclno especially prepared for this I purpose. hen a woman is troubled with pain I or weight in loins, backacho, frequent, I painful or scalding urination, swelling , I of limbs or feet, nwclllng under tho eyes, an uneasy, tired feeling in tho region of tho kidneys or notices a I sediment iu tho urlno, sho should loso no timo in commencing treatment H with Lydla 13. I'lnkham's Vcgetab...

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 May 1906

IT I M THE GARLAND GLOBE I H THE GARLAND GLOBE. B INDEPENDENT. B J A.Wixom, . . Editor mid Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Formrly Wyatt'a Dutchcr Shop.) H EntcrnJ u aecond-claM matter February 17, H 1906, at the pcit oflce at Gnrlaml, Utah, under H the Act of Conercu of March 3, 1879. H Saturday, May 19, 1906 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. B I TIiod WI10 Is moving Into his new Mrs Ilyrum Hull prcaculed lier hits- band with n boy lust Saturday. Hyrum Jensen of Colllustou was in Garland Wednesday on business. William White and Leroy Hani'on of Lrlgbnm spent Saturday In Garland. H James Nelson, 8r., of IVrry, Utah, was In this city Tuesday on huslncss. Wc deliver goods at any hour of the 81 day. HoothoMer. & 1'rodneeCo. It H Mrs Thoruc of Pleasant Grovo Is visit- lug her daughter, Mrs A J llroomhead. H Miss Evelina Kotter of Plymouth wan fl visiting her friends in Garland Monday. H Mr and Mrs David Wood of Fielding H were visiting relatives In town Sunday. H Mrs John Wise, Jr., has gone to visi...

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 May 1906

HBvJl HbYhBHB bbbf hbhbI I thhiTHE GARLAND GLOBE " I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ,H H Vol. I. No. I6 Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 26, 1906 M Bh ? M Victory for the I Home Team.' B An Enthusiastic Contest BE Garland Defeats Brigham In a Score of H S to 3. The Day hii Ideal One, H The Quae Full of "Ginger." BJ One of the best and most enthusiastic BJ games of base ball it has been the plea- BJ, Hiiro of our citizens to witness was play BJ cd nt the Athletic Park ball grounds last BB Saturday afternoon between Brigham BB and our home team. The game was full BB of "plugcr" from start to finish and up BB to the seventh inning the score stood 1 B to 1. The teams changed positions from B Acid to bat in rapid succession and In a BB number of innings on both aides "three BB men out" followed ono after the other. B Tho work of Lowe as pitcher for the BB home, toam and the pltcHing of Stevens BB and Keller for the visitors was especial' BB l...

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 May 1906

HPPinMoiv B wW Br BU BBB- "J I BB BM II b1 t i" II bbK bB m bbbH I TRACEDYAT THE I IIBAOYL1 H Incurable Patient Kills One of the Inmates and Seriously H Injures Another. B William Myers Rune Amuck at the H Stnte Insane Asylum and Beats H William Savage to Death With B a Club, Besides Injuring H William Dllle. B I'rovo. Wllllnni Myers, 41 yearn ol B ngc, committed lo tlio state ment-.r B hospital from Pnngultch In 18SG, 1:111c. H n follow pntlent Sumlay m-ciilni; by H striking him over the hunl with n H pleo of Bcnntllng. Tho dead man It H William Snvnge, 111 years or age, com H mltted from Murray In lSOO. William H Dlllcy, a patient from Salt Lake, was H also Btruck ami knocked down b B Myers. Ho sustained a sovero Bcal. H wound, hut his Injuries nro not fatal B About G o'clock, ns tlio patients were H leaving tho dining room, Myers bo B cured tho stick from under n window H frame, nnd ns Dlllcy was coming out H of tho wash room ho felled him to the B floor. Cluff, an attendant, hea...

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 May 1906

I rliH f" lAJFLTTE 0f J BY ARY gEVEREUX H 1 WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DOM C. WILSON Ot Wi firxnrt) V CHAPTER XVI. As sho looked about her, In tho tnn B igled and shndowy forest, where tho H night was already coming darkly, a B new torror nroso within her, and sho m sought to return by tlio way sho had B come, but this was only to And her B steps cut off by still denser masses of B forest growth. Even ns she stood B hosltatlng, there came n faint cry, llko B that of a child, and a rush of hopeful- Hi noss thrilled her nt tho thought of Ha something human being near In the HB gloom and oppressive stillness. B Then there fell upon her a freezing B terror, as she suddenly recalled tho HB slaves telling recently of a panther's B voice having been heard at night, near HB the settlement; nnd she remembered H that they had likened It to the crying H of a child. HB Trembling with fright, shfi Btood, HB glancing about In terror, wondering HB, which way to turn, when another SB sound came faintly....

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 May 1906

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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 May 1906

I 'H m K ------- EK A WOOL-TYING BOX. Efcftl Convenient Device Which Aids the HRy Small Shipper in Market- 30E Ing Hla Wool. IkwWi! A very useful ilevlco (or tying fleece HttKln n compact bundlo ia lunvn In 11 HHl lustration. It Is mado of one-Inch SRtoards hinged together on n central BfrBQuaro piece. This It one foot square Bjr and tho sides n ore thrco feet long at K3 HOW WOOL TYINO IIOX IB MAUi:. B; tho bottom nnd 14 Indies at tho top. V fTho pieces b nro cut ono foot square. R To uso tho box, explains tho Furm H and Home, strings nro laid across, as B shown by dotted lines. Then the fleeco Bflfl' Is placed upon tho center piece and R tho edges folded in. The two sides, a, BflW nro drawn upright in position and Bflfl; then tho two sides, b, nro forced up- BBK ward nnd In until they nro perpen- HHJ; diculnr. The small clamp, c, mnyy HHK then be hooked over tho sides to hold BflV- them solid. Tho fleece may then bo B; brought down into tho box nnd tho Ejfl utrlngB tied It makes n ...

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 May 1906

hhyhyhi I HWfl hB IhYhVhh I he" went on crutches H All Modlolnos Fnllod Until Dr. Wll- Hams' Pink Plllo Curod His HJ r Rheumatism. HJ "Somo years ngo." says Mr. W. II. HJ Olnrk, iv printer, living nt 01U Buchanan HJ ' stroot, Tupokn, Kims., "I lnul iv bad nt- HJ tnck of rheumatism ami could not seem HJ to set over It. All sorts of medicines HJ 2 fnllod to do mo nn y good mid my trouble HJ , kopt getting worse. My feet wero ho HJ ' swollen thnt I could not wear shoes nnd HJ I had to go on crutches. Tliu puln whs HJ terrible. HJ " Oik) dny I wns netting tlio typo of nu HI eirllclo for tlio impcr telling what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills lmd douo for u niiiii HJ " nMloted nsl was mid I was no improved HJ with it tlmt I determined to glvu the HJ iiicdicino it trial. For iv ycut my rhcit- Hfl tnatiHiil had been growii.g woi-mi, hut HI " after taking Dr. WillinniH' Pink Pills I J began tolniprovu. Tliu pnlu mid hwoII- HJ ing nil disappeared ami I can truthfully HH say that I haven't felt bett...

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 May 1906

W.L.Douglas $3&3SHOES M W.L.Douglas $4.00 Cllt Edge Lin m cannot bo equalled at any price. B hsC'.uiC) lllll f&j pw StafolsSie JULV 6 876 B tftgWgg IHIICAPITAt a.5odooo B W.L. DOUGLAS MA KES & SELLS MORE LaaB HIEN'S&a.BO SHOES THAN ANY OTHER H MANUFACTURER IN THE WORLD. LaaaaT t1fl flfin REWARD to snyonhocsn B IUUUU disprove this itatement. IIK III could take you Into mv three large factories P at Drockton, .Mum., and how you the Inllnlte B) car with which every pair of ahoca la mode, you K would realize why V. L. Douila JJ.50 (hneK H' coat more to make, why they hold their ahane, Ilt better, wear longer, and are of greater ntrlntlc value than any other $3, SO hoe. H W. L, Doumtnu Strong Mmtlo Shoe for m Mmn, 92. BO, 92.00. Doym' School M DrmmmShoom,92.BO,92.91.TB,91.tiU 1M CAUTION. ln'l't HHin lialiii; W.li.DuuK- m las ahoen. Tiiko no substitute. Nune genuine H Without hla name and rlco stamped oil bottom, B fait Color Cuclrti used : they will not near bratiu. M. Wr...

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 May 1906

H THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE. INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H i (Formerly Wyatl'i IluUher Simp.) B Entered aa ocond-elniui mntlr February 17, H " 1900, at th rxxtt cftlte nt Curlnncl, UUli, uinlcr til a Act of Concrrm of March 3, 1879 H Saturday, May 26, 1906 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. M r Elian Wilcox nf Logon spent Sunday H M 0. N. Porter citmc tip from Salt Lake H Wednesday. fl H 0 Foyer nf Dowcyvlllo win In Gar- h land Wednesday. Mrs Tolman nf Spanish Fork in visit- H log her sister, Mrs Tilltha l)allcn. H Samuel Thompson of Cl.irkslon was H visiting relative1) here WcdncMlay. H .Miss Leah Hush hashecured u position H with Iloolho Mcicantllo & Produce Co. H Pahttjkk Friu Houses Itoom fo fin. H Good Feed. Enrj. KG' Fryer, Duueyvlllo. H H When you need it Sowing Machine get H the best. Get u Singer from I E Prlh- H Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Edwiird ttpctit a H few days last week nt l.elii visiting re- H lAtives nnd friends. Mrs, A. Murio was i...

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. — 2 June 1906

HH' 'I BB '' BB Bfl H Subscrifc To.dayi-You cannot af. W W V . ' M A W JA Wm M W BB; W W4 Prlntlne.-bo you m 1MUv H BBj to b without your HoMl B M HB m Vk Bt B M BIa Hj Headi. Statements. Bill Hed. BB IUt'niubrir TODAY U I VV H I Of m BfB I m 11 II W III H PfrvMfaowJrint th!5n K rtthaL08lB2UmeayMrfor k Hm H A I H H V .. B B H at this offle and can satisfy yoos M H th sum of On Dollar and a Half C 1 I L I sBa A V L W W I I m. B I .B I . want and amarantes satlafatcton H - , M kB DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H I BBBBBBf BBBj liBBBBBV i i i n i . ii i ii . i - i i i i i i - iii H fH Vol.1. No. 17. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, June 2, 1906 'I B Rain Saves Brigham's Rep. B The Big Game Postponed BB Last Saturday's Warm Context "Cooled B oft" by Weather Prophet's Sprlnk-, BH Hog Cart. The Farmer Smiles. BBB Our boys were spared the pleasure of BBB "landing on Brigham like a hailstorm" B last Saturday bo dccendlng torrents of HHE rain that po...

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. — 2 June 1906

BBAi' W BBfli ' flk BlIJi I I C1P IS SWEPT I AWAY BY FLOOD H Five Men Lose Their Lives H as a Result of Breaking H of Large Dam. Immense Volume of Water Rushed JBflJ Down the Canyon, Sweeping JBflJ Everything Before It Men Were PlBJ Engaged In Sheep Shearing. BBJ Flcno, Nov. A special to tho On- JBflJ rctto says tlint tho moat disastrous JBflJ flood that hns occurred In Novntln for JBflJ many years took plnco In Golcondn, n JBflJ smalt town about 200 miles from here. BBJ It was catiBcd by tho breaking of tho JBflJ largo dnm In l'oln Creel ennyon, thrco flflflj miles nbovo tho shearing corrnl of tho BBJ Oolconda Cnttlu compnny. Five men BBJ woro drowned nnd sovcrnl nro badly BBJ Injured, BBJ When tho dnm broko an Immcnso BBJ vohtmo of water poured down tho BBJ canyon, carrying everything heforo It. BBJ When it fltrwck tho sheep Rhenrlng cor- BBJ ' ral thcro woro a number of mon at work JBflJ and all of tlicso woro carried away flflflj with tho flood. Not n building or fenco flflflj '...

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. — 2 June 1906

bbbbbi bbbbbbb H Hi BBBBf Jv B m i i i j I 'IPIatittb- 11' IjSCJSIAJVA. H J BY 4ARY gEVEREUX BVJ I 1 rYTTH ILLUSTRATIONS BT DOM C. WILSON BVf 'CCopyrfrAt, &02, Qy tig, Sromt J ffrpPty) BW 4 ffetenert B CHAPTER XVII. Continued. BVJ p Tbo winds proving unfavorable It BVJ r was not until on evening In early July BVJ that the "Olack Petrel" anchored in BBj tho harbor of Dordeaux. BVJ Knowing the location of Grclolre's BBJ house, Lafltto hist no tlmo in reaching BBE it, and was adtiltted by a sleepy-eyed BBf servant, who lod tho way through a BBf spacious hall to a closed door at tho BBJ farther end; this ho opened noise- B lessly, and nnnounccd Jim's presence. BBJ At tho sound of tho servant's volco BBJ Qrelolre started hastily; with a Joyful BBj exclamation ho jumped to his feet BB with outstretched hands. BBj "Jean, Jean, lad! It Is truly thy BBj very self! And thuii hast at last BB broken wny, and come back to the old BB j Lalltto grasped tho welcoming bands BB and shook them cor...

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. — 2 June 1906

i aTaaaal if I! ' H I I ! The Garland Globe Hi if fubllihed Every Saturday at I I OARLAND UTAH; H H j Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (la advance) $1.50 H Biz months 76 H Three month's CO H Advertising rates furnished on ap- H HcatIon. H Entored as second-class matter H February 17. 1906, at the poslofflco at H Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Don H Kress f March I, 1870. H il. A. Wtxem .... Editor and Manager H T i If VTAH STATE NEWS Lsssssi 1 V u B aaooolooBOooooo.ooiioBi I I JT1 I T H ill H, Tbo Ephrnlm electric light plant la i completed and the town Is now lighted 1 bf electricity. H About 000 resldcntft of ouUldo points H ceme to Salt Lako to attend tho Bern- K bardt performance. flf Insuranco companies paid out dim H log 1000 to Salt Lake City policy hold- H' luv the sum of $350,439. M C. II. Ingham, who camo to Utah In 18CC, and had resided In Salt Lake M i City ever since, died on tho 24th, at M tho age of 70. m , The track commlttco of tho Utah M . County Fair association...

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. — 2 June 1906

B 4 ... BM B 'JBI H j : The Heiress from , H i; England K '. (A TALE OF COLONIAL OATS) 1 B, By ETTA W. PIERCE H (Copyright, by Joseph B. Dowlei.) B "Captain Pakenham," said his xcol- BB Icncy, the governor turning toward BJB the hearth where a figure stood like BK tome superb young Mars, "you are fl late, sir; what do you oau by such ! delay? I was obliged t send a serv- BJB tnt to search for you." BB "I crave your excellency's pardon," BB he answered, "I was playing bowls f with Miss Margaret, and so gave little Km heed to time," ft The secretary at the governor's side BSv thrust his goose quill hard into the BKB Ink horn, and a blot fell on his paper. HSf His excellency bad come to this, his BSr favorite country house, with a retinue BSr of guests and servants, to celebrate, HSf not the New Year, but an event nt HBr once uncommon and Interesting a HBt double marriage. HK "Pakcnham," said the governor, HK "you hear the preparations for your HH wedding on tho morrow. I marvel HB tha...

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. — 2 June 1906

I Boyhood in the Country. BJ "Tho city boy sees but llltlo of tho BJ real fun of boyhood days," said tho BJ man who was brought up on a farm. 11 "About this tlmo of year, when I was' Hi n lad, camo tho last day of Rcliool. BJ Christmas, Fourth of July and the HJ last day of school were great days In BJ my boyhood calendar. That day Itself HJ was not only crowded with fun, but BJ 'It meant the beginning of four BJ months of tho same thing. The last BJ I , day and then nothing to do but fish Ml J for bullbcads nml go In swlmmln' un- Bfl . til dog days. Then camo hayln' time. Bfl Who wouldn't bo n boy In hayln' Bfl ..Inio? Bfl i "Tho morning of the last day wo Bfl forgot to turn tho cows Into tho mend- Hj ows or water tho bogs, wo were so ox- Bfl cited. Father camo In Just as wo BH wcro all d io33c:l up. Everybody wore Hj bis Sunday suit on the Inst day. Hi "Why ain't those llds dono their Hi work 7' bo ashed. Hi "Mother Interceded: 'This Is the Hi last day of school, you know, pa; ani...

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. — 2 June 1906

HHHHHk HHI B THIS SPACE KESEHVED flHflHf JF OR HHHHf Consolidated B Wagon & Machine I Company Leading Implement Dealers HI Utah and Idaho Hf We also sell automobiles THE RAMBLER K That runs every day H Geo, T. Odell, General Manager mi SEE SERMONS IN STONES. M Bclentists Testify to Mutual Sympa- H thy Existing Between Jewels and Persons. Sclcnco has como to tho foro to tes- tlfy that tho belief that precious stones havo a peculiar sympathy with human V character and bearing thereon Is no I Idle superstition. A professor of the I Paris conservatory of Arts and Crafts ft lays that tho mutual attraction of peo- plo and stones Is beyond dispute. ft Ho throws cold water on tho belief that sapphires can open prison doors or that diamonds make bravo men In- vulnerable. But after threo years' ex. perlmental observation ho maintains H that a preference for certain Jewels HI Indicates certain temperamental quail HI ties and even characteristic of physl HH ognomy. pH For Instance, tho ruby...

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. — 2 June 1906

F-4 ? '? "" " " H f I ' f THE GARLAND GLOBE ' ? THE GARLAND GLOBE. i -, ''. INDEPENDENT. El J A. Wacom, . , Editor and Mngr. k. ,, Telephone No 22h I C , (Formerly Wyatt'a nutchtr Shop.) f (,'?; ' ? S ,J Enteral Mamd-clui matter February 17, fe j .'' 1904, at tiio poat office at Garland, Utah, under R. 2 i" ' the Act of Cointreau of March 3, 1879. Ey j ' Saturdny, June 2, 1906 r ;'s ITEMS OF INTEREST. If. & ' See tho snaps in Oninltwaru at Stohl I. 1 L ' - Eros. Furnlturo Store. It I, L " , Dr. G. W. Grcon returned Sunday from a week's sojourn In Ogdcn, 1" 25a will buy 3 3-ciuart gratilto pant at h Stohl Bros. Furniture Store. It I. H. Otte, of Hltcr Hros. Drug Store, l:. spent the fore part of tho week In Lo 1 1 6". I ' Mrs. Chan. Ault has returned from an I extended visit with relatives in Provl- I ; dencc, Cacbo Co. I' 'J ' 25c will buy 4 Itcst tin 0 quart milk I pans any day next week at Stobl Hros. I' Furnlturo Store. It I Jos. Jensen went to Hrlpham Tuesday I ' on business...

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. — 9 June 1906

BBB: '" H ft H HHH" j Bfl BflflJ: ;,Bfl B -'' I BBB Bfl I this THE GARLAND GLOBE "bb' I flflflflflfll BflflJ flflflflflflr '" I I III.H.II !......... HI I I .11 I I ' - .I,, IT-. - , flflflj K DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I K ! flj - . flj B Vol. I. No. IS. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, June 9, 1906 I He Mutual Co-operation H Drainage District. H; 200 ACRES SECURED K 6,000 Feet of Drain Tile Ordered and B -will bo La(d Within Thirty Day. K Very Desirable Location. BHJ C. F. Brown, drainago engineer, and BBV ten prominent farracra of the northern BBB part of this city have organized a inn- BHJ; tuftl co-operation drainago district com- HB prising 200 acres of land, Tbo office of BflJ experiment stations, the U. 8 Dent, of flH Agricultural and tbo Utah experiment BHJ station are co-operating with tho farmers HHi and have made surveys and provided the flflE plans. BSS The government is buying 6200 worth BxHi of the tllo to bo used, tho far...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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