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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 January 1909

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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. — 9 January 1909

I' BIG STICK SMASHES; I ROOSE VEL T DEFENDS THE SECRET SERVICE In Message to House President De clares His Statements in Previous Words to Congress Were Gross- ly Misunderstood. Waelilnstein. President Rooaevelt's tila; mirk rraalipd down upon the heads of Representatives Tawney of Minnesota, Hmltli of Iowa, Hlierley of K ntucky. nod I'itZKerald of New York, when the evolutive nent n special measaaje tO th llOUHO Of li ili s.-ntlltlv s In l.itiliK those solons fur Mb t hamiiionri of the successful movt to plan' limitations upon the BeSfM of the sci rot Service, The priHlili'iit uNo di lured t tin t tlie Interpretation of ttM hoiii of the secret pinii) elauM in his last inrtsiiKi- was mlnimd irstood, and hod there heen nny evidence which wouM potnl to int. acces elty of an Investigation of on iiiln is. sin li evidence mould Ihiik iiki Iihvc bcn turniil os or i" 'in' prop i mn horlttea, ThO iiiii;i unit In ntiHwrr to the res olution transmitted from (he house In which tin representati...

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. — 9 January 1909

B THE GARLAND GLOBE I fig THE GARLAND GLOBE Bp INDEPENDENT. K I. A.Wixom, . . Editor snd Mngr. fcg Telephone No 52 Red ft $ (Formerly Wyalt'a Batcher Shop.) nt&i Enteral as aecond-claas matter February 17. Wft 10. t the post office t Garland. Utah, under HRrS the Act of Conrraas of March 8. 187. 5' Hulmcrlliera who fall to rccclvo their . rmpers- regularly, BjNM notify this, office T Saturday, Jan. 9, 1909. $ items of interest. 8 .T. T. Owens was on the sick list a iTW tew dnjH this week. .Tjl MIsb I. to Clnrk returned Tuesdny hejj from n vUlt to Logan and Preston. HH I W. Preston returned Monday MM evening from a trip to Weston, da. H The MIssoh Chloe and Mable Vnn- MU flSSl arc visiting relatives In town. I MX Merchant Win. I'rcston v. nt to MM Wenton, Idaho, on bus! neti Wednsi Lym Nate Klrkbam ol Natal ha scoeptsd Mm n position a thl Garland Sugar Fnc- MM MM fcfsrchant W, I.. Grovsr was Iran LMM ucllng business In Die Stale Capital H FOB BALI OR TRAD! iioucund H lot on Facto...

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. — 16 January 1909

mM 4 m Msr I 1ml II w I II ML. aW aH 1 MlLi JifljtljU IHADE DEVOTED TO THE INTEREST OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.3. No. 50. Published at Uarland, Utah. Saturday, Jon. 16, 1909 M Stake Quarterly Conference. The quarterly conference of the Hear River Stake was held in this city last Saturday and Sunday, Jan. ;th and loth. Apostle Hyrum M. Smith presiding, Stake Presi dent Milton ll. Welling in charge of! the services. The member! of the stake presi dency, high councilors, bishops of several wards and a larpe number of the local priesthood and mem bers were present The visitors were Apostle Hyrum M. Smith, Seymour 15. Young, one of the sev en presidents of Seventies and Bp. ( ). P, Miller of the presiding bish opric of the church. The attendance at the morning session Sunday was 423 and at the .. afternoon meeting Sunday 503 W persons were present. A general good spirit prevailed and the theme of the conference discourses was" Prohibition," "Word of Wisdom, rempe ra...

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. — 16 January 1909

Hr Hg The Garland Globe Blw Published Every Saturday at BC GARLAND .... UTAH 4 Terma of Subscription: mW One your (Id advance) $1.60 n 7& Blx mnntha 78 SttjJ Three months 60 fflfsfc Advertising rates furnished on appll- y& cation. llVj- J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager THIRTEEN HUNDREO BODIES m duid in n grave 'sP' Urueso. ie Scene in Stricken Meaaina. TntW the Dead Being Piled One on ElJR Top of the Other. H Messina -A most Impressive fu- H iicral ceremony wan wltnci . . I near H here on Thurnda.v, when Arehlilsliop H l..i i-i Ik made IiIh way through the H mini of the rltv i the cemetery at. H Mnre (Irosso and blessed I grave 10(1 H feet wide and thirty feet deep, con- m talnltig I.3IMI bodies The dead were H I. Med one on lop of the other ami the H bodies covered with quicklime. The H prelate wax followed lo the cemetorv H by a large gathering of survivors, H vhose lanioiiinll.ms mingled with the H laitln wordH of the service H Subsequently the archbishop walk- H 'd through...

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. — 16 January 1909

t ... M MESSINA AND RECCIO HAVE '?.,." PRACTICALLY CEASED TO EXIST First Report of Destruction Caused by Earthquake and Tidal Wave Were Not Exaggerated Suf- ferings of Survivors. Homo. Ah reports romp from southern Italy and Sicily of the dim gp clnnp by earthquake '""1 tidal wave. Hip world stands aghast at the horror of thp situation Messina and ltegglo have practl cally ceased to exist. In the ruins of: the formpr city two thirds of tho In-' habitants Up burled, while at Heggio one-half the people lost their UvM Messina countpd 160,000 and Regglo 50,000 souls. Messina Is to bp evacuated entirely as soon as possible. Tho disposition of thp dead Is one of the greatest problems confronting Hip authorities Two days spent amid the ruins of Messina and Ilcgglo bring convincing evidence that the honor of the sltua tion In the Straits of Messina has In no sense been exaggerated. Messina and Reggie) wero not the only towns visited by the terrible earthquake. Palml, Cosenza, Cas sano. and ...

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. — 16 January 1909

IB HE OlltglrOW Great Composer E1S -mkT f Now Port Ip Wagner History Only $C in WALTER IHflHiisi II. ,AasS3 I ...in mi Orchaafra Leader. J 5 A anannnnnnanaa.MaMa,BOWnanBBaannannnnannnannnnniM. yj,''' ', f""" W iigner mih it llii'on-i Of course I iicmi E ""?. tempted i" belittle bin greatness, for I have do- rjlA veiled mnnv yggfg of m life, mum limn- of study PfBfi ataanS? ''"'' """ '" '"'sl ',"'"' '" ll1'11.' '''' Siiifrii'iiii Vm lllrUiL l""!'1' I' o rculizntion mid mi mtnnati' uinl inland Bhii I ijfc '"8 " '"" ''"iiih. Hut primarily ii wgi Wagner! ,1'aw 8 ynCil iui).i . In inntcriiilizc Ins idea of (lie union of thr g 5al ar'H nl"' ""' r,sli f tbii exemplification in a Mriei H t. A of nr I Minks that is put before the world us mi vx- (Lrf jt M-f-Mon ol though! in driinui, music, sculpture and B-Vgl painting. The Wiigncr music dninuiH lire so f.u T&JZ4t(M ,w f"1'"1 '" comi'incd the lust word, but : Ti i nil my Wf jfyylvimk yoars of labor us a musician I can not deny mv whole I...

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. — 16 January 1909

VISITS WITH! ' J i -J 1 1 Bern' Great. gfc V - ' -" '!- Pa sex That I hi nuin Willi 1 nee line in iiu-i hilar, b' (Inge, Who la moulding li world In the progVOOf of things' III' l' That ii.iv who win work Win n In Kiit It lo iln. Mn in' richer than 'e.t, And in PRBBIDBNT, inn Ill pi's Tluil w, nil Imvi- In lull In tin i lillilr Klir I., I "My the hivi'I of your li-,, Kimii your atummtcki be fed " j li. ,, ,, v I would much rather play I'Vr It eat ins in mi' Ni i Thai t jnh mi i worth ah i ins work, enyhoe 1 Anil then: the Bible it mi Thai thee HiIukm if toda) tl Ml., .nt nil there Is We Mi,., ui, i iiiiiiit aaywa) And mn if I mlwed in that race Ami thee votes waa too few. Oh Jum think f ih, .,. sham, I WOUld hill tn kii through! Oh. gee I nm going In quit Tils lure Job ami BO plus-, I-Vr im rather ketch tish Than be great an) 'lav I Amenl bJW Vfataeka inn Stalwart A Chicago physician htm miii annotinced his aoine what startling discovery that ha has auc . ceadad In maklai the dead h...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 January 1909

H IL I ECZEMA NOW CURABLE S AU Itching 8km Disease Which Ar St Not Hereditary Instantly Relieved Kg by Oil of Wlntergreen. jjk. Can BfHnMM he cured? 38 Home physicians MJ ' Yes." Homi' H.'IV No." N4j, The real QOOellOO Ik What Is meant Jiojt hy Bosoms 7" if jrou dimi tboeeacalj Jjl eruptions Umihi dlsses which make irS2 their tlrst appearance, not at birth hut i, yinrH aftarwara, and perhaps not until "' i.nil.tl. an. ilr ii Hi. r. .in ni nna r iVf" in- it 11 question that these forma of if X i : -'i nia are urnhle. Simm-i. vegetable nM nt winter peen sm mix ni with other vee In, hlc Ingredients i will kill the serin that Infeal the "kin Vi ApiiIv this- prescription to the mkiii j. iitwi instantl) thai swful it' i la anne RA pruKKi"! everywejeri i irry In in. it SKI this ell of wliil" rr ." propsrh rom InSf i ... r i -, . . .1 mi.. l li i Prescription unit '"JJ i) l II Sm ip hr MAKING THC M03T OF IT. m: ' f H " . C- J H "Dun i m alarmed, MIm Huh, thix H microscope is manly to enable...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 January 1909

Svjrvxpffyis and " CWcxwscs the System Dispels colds and Headaahes duec CgsYoq; Acts Mknray. acXsXvuty as . aLaxoAvvc. J Best Joy Mew.Wotnonv awlQiM 1 TW.-ottu and GV&. To get Vs boTXfcJVcVoA ejjecs. aways buv Yte GotAuvae, mar jfaclurd by Ktr CALIFORNIA Fig Syrup Co. SOLO BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS one sue only, rejular price 50' per bottle. A Labor. Saver. "See l"T'" said the Irate roomer to the charohernaid, "don't you ovaf sweep under I he bed?" "I alums do." answered the Klrl, Iniiuecntlv. It's so niitrti liaiitller than using a dustpan." (iaitirhl Tea, the Herb l-ax.itive, luree- l)l ittmolatw the Brer, ouiitoU conetips ticin iiii'i relieve! erogsail system. Write tor anillil,' tin luld Tea Co., Utooklvll, N. V. Thy yesterday Is thy past; thy to da Is ty future; thy tomorrow ll ' a secret --WyclltTe. I'll IV ( I llll IN O Til 14 DAIS. , PAi oiVI MhNT in Kharuntcd hi cure iiiit aw J ef llchinir. Hlinil. II Iintf ..r I'mmidlnit Pfl In L 6 tii II (In)s ur money refunded. 60e. K...

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. — 16 January 1909

BE I HE GARLAND GLOBE ' Wjk THE GARLAND GLOBE WW$ I.A.Wixom, . . Editor wd Mngr. Telephone No 52 Red EJ.j"' (Formerly Wj-att's Butcher Hhnp.) jBS Knu-ri"! u Mennit-rUiM matter February 17. Rm 106, at the pout office at fiartanrf. Utah, under tS tB Ar' ConaruM of March S, 187S. TfA Subscribers who fall l receive their . Jv papers regularly, please notify thin office fT Saturday, Jnn. 16, 1909 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. Jejnnlt Wnllis wns visiting her parent! in Bright- City Mon day. Mrs. David Darton went to Oir den Tuesday to htte Iter eyes treat ed h an eve socialist. WINES Slid LfeWOn f"r Medicinal porpoMtat IM'er Hroa i)rup Store, tf The Garland Mercantile Co. close. 1 Wedni iday and Thurs day for StOCV Inktlirr. C. W . Ktltld on ami J. C. Knudson of Brigham fame out to assist in tlte work. roll sai.k on TRADB Hoais nnri lot on Faetory street. Apply to Dnvld MrFersnn. tf Mrs. j. ft, Standing of Collinston has the guest of Mrs. G. W. Miller Monday and Tuesday. Site retur ned home, a...

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. — 23 January 1909

I LI m I f mJ I i Tyi I I I Lc m H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY 4 Vol.3. No. 51. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Jon. 23, ISC 9 fl I Sudden Death of I An Estimable Young Lady. Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock, ( Miss Nora Sasser, aged 19 years, one of Garland's most promising and highly respected young ladies, passed to the great bevond after an illness of about ten days. Ow ing to ill health she quit the em ploy of Riter Bros, dlrug store about a week ago. The entire j Community was painfully shocked on learning of her sudden demise. She was sick but a few days j with typhoid which later develop ed into nenimorrhage of the intesti nes and her death was very sudden and unexpected. ! Miss Sasser was the daughter of Wa, Mrs. Eva Sasser of this city and Bf4 was loved by all who knew her for If her sunny disposition. She was an rj exceptionally bright young lady; a graduate of the Preston, Idaho, col I lege and expected to take charge of I one of...

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. — 23 January 1909

B . MM gjfgi j H The Garland Globe JUMP Published Every Saturday at IKS? OARLAND .... UTAH oWJil Term of Subscription: "OTyrT One VI, ir (Id advance) f.1.60 LjKV3 Blx months 76 SMSf Three month BO Sifi Advertising rates furnished on nppll Bin cation. gB J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager jSS UTAH STATE NKWS nH There were 182 rases of snrallpox fifl In Hull 1-iK- City (luting IMt, and H no iieaihs tram the tlwut, H Alvln Million has bOOO placed on H trial at Tiichflcid for UM murder of H Mary Slovens, near OrdervHIc. H The annual convention of the State H lloi i li nit urn 1 society Is to lie held In B S. ill lake City on January 2d and 27. 1 Michael M. Sullivan. 48 years of H egc, dti'il In Snli Akc H smallpox. Inst week, after being III H a week. H About 100 former residents of Kim H sns now living In Ogdcn have formed H a society for mutual Improvement H imil entertainment. H The rash receipts for the Ctah re- H lief fn lid that Ik being raised for the B earthquake sufferers of southe...

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. — 23 January 1909

?':!;:::;:w?:: r :j I if I; I In the Public Eye I & :S ;:,;:. I . : Si :H;: WOULD UNIFY INSURANCE RULES Thomas Uillon O'Urlen. state Insurance com missioner for the state of Minnesota, is the man who got behind the movement for uniform in surance rules nnd legislation throughout the remit iv. and seems about to push thnt excellent Idea through to a successful Interstate organiza tion. The Idea that the various states should coopeiate and adopt similar methods of dealing with the big insurance companies is one that appeals Immediately to the Intelligence, and com mon sense of the public, so that the only ques tion that arises is as to why no such steps were ever taken before. Mr. O'Hrien Interested enough Insurance commissioners from other states to make a na J tlor.nl gathering feasible, and that meeting re sulted In a definite organized plan of action In the direction he has urged. A Dcmoerat. O'Hrien is one of Gov. Johnson's appointees In Minnesota, and lias had the co-operati...

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. — 23 January 1909

X M Sllimp 111 Friendship Nol fry - Love Prevails H Romance To-Da M$ B HON. MR.S. FIT7.ROY l KshlM SvS. BaHMHHaaaaaHBapaHBMBHB mS F-" 1 HIEND8HIP and not ore, "rears told, line become the masti BBJJ I p I motive. The inillioiiK miiy keep nearer nature, bal smart bo B J riitv has arrived at mi iiriiiii -nil existence. Marriage In oof mat "SHTl "''' v " ''"'""' contract, mid llir love iIivhiii ol I.iiij; iijru 3 iVH '""' K'vrn l''1"' '" " '""' li'nP "'' '' '" '' '" " '',','r .-"""I- liflffi V? I '' """'"'i'- ,,,,r Hw if; eltunp hi sentiment, and domeatic BaaB atailaM -1 tT 1 1 t) , an oner known, liim become n mere imlli of the dcwl LH KaJiIIiI ""' """' '''"r'an era. Smart women scorn the old role LH BaMflaB "f '"'"' ' iu ) ' iiml dcvol.'.l vici mid n i 1 li i-. In llice PBJ deva iIhv nrc abort nil elae bonnea camarsdes, and cm plaj BH thia practical pari to perfection. Husbands and srivce, brothers and Bit H tern, parents nod ohildron each of these go in not for love, but for friend ...

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. — 23 January 1909

4P a5Hsaa-a5-!------ r I The Versatile Rogue I By George Harton I Frank Macy, Born in Freeport, 111., Is Doubtful Hero of One of ' Superintendent Froest s Investigations. i Hi ssssi a sna MMMMHlaaHHMIM 2Jx- 'stg& TM 2EPOSZTQB GZANCZZAr77TJ20QP ' Sr L crr7HF ansa? swr or thf nEsfr.ANP subs' .k &f ENOUGH, THERE WiS 77ST ODD 7JnZF-S& mmmmmmm 1 1 1 s fragment 3 fYt I from the blograph) I I I ul .i versatile rogue I L I a man whom- :nl- 1 I cm hi "us o ii i i' i' r MasSSSaBBBBBsfc I. J w Moni tory Is H par' ol llu- poltM archives of New York, Chicago, London, rails. Vienna ami iifriin. Boglnning as a prototype ol Um Artful Dodfer, bo has lone from pocket-picking to bunco steering, and then run the entire gamut of crime, topplni only prorldentlally, perhapa at murder. W Prank Macy, the iloiililful hero of this iia-i-i story, was horn in Freepoi t. ill There are many old resident! in that plan- who still recall him aH a precocious baby, B smart hoy, anil a clever youth. Frei po...

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. — 23 January 1909

H The greatest item In buying mm diamonds or jewelry . . . RLv l confidence in the people with whom JjrM you deal. We offer you fhe facilities Kii of trading with a firm doing bmineat kC continttomU on hnnoi in this country Q nearly forty year. Sk mWJ ,0" V 1 yi Jf. 'm$'FM AIN ST I?, SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. PATENTS a - S5 3 Saaal ath and deicriptiee. of roar iaeeatiea. Hlt5i Hairy J Rohiaaoa, Attorney at Law nd Solicitor Igft of Palaalt, 304-5 Jaeie Baildinf, Salt Lake City M MYTOH MOIEYWEIGHT SCALES d VANGUARD S1EAT SLICING MACHINES JbH TIMPLETON rOMPUTINC CHEESE i i i UBS jM ajoMiailatt v.l. C. S.li l.k. .flic. 2)1 W Wfc St. H TIRED OF CORN-FIELD PEAS. m Amualng and Semi-Tragic Remlnls m cence of the War. HH Kvi-i nl piotnlnent ladies of the H confederacy ban- In I In last few H year, given lo tin' public Ihi'lr rendu- H tscem i'K of Iho bitter tragedy, the H often Intermingled comedy, anil the. B Ingenious makeshifts of their life In H wartime Now Kll.u Francos An H drewH, In ' The...

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. — 23 January 1909

CATARRH IN HEAP. Pe-ni-na- Pe-ru-na. MR. WW. A. PRE88ER. Mi: wi i,i,i am a. PRBSaBR, ma Third Are,, Molina, 111., write "1 li;ivibrciih!itTrrini; fnnn catarrh In the heed for Mm p:i--t two pon'tha mill tried InnvtnernbTe ao-ealiea rerae- ilie-R without nvuil. Mo OIM ItnoWB how I nave Buffered not only from tin- iis BBaa itM'lf. Init from iiiiirtitiiut ion when in t'ompjiN v of f r ir mis of st rangers. "1 hare need two botl lea of your hied li'ini' for tt short time only, and it effected ti complete medical cure, unci what is better Jet, ttia disease has not rrt urnad. ran most emphatically recommend Parma to all aufferen from this dis ease." Read This f xperience Mr. A. '1 hompson, Bo SB, R. R. 1. Martel, Ohio, writes: "When I began Veinr tre'iitiiunt IB eyes were tnllamed, nose Wat slopped tip half of tin" time, anil wan sore and se-uliliy. 1 could not rest at Dlght on account of continual hawking and spitting. "I hail tried nveral remedies and wan AH about to jrive up, but though...

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. — 23 January 1909

I THE GARLAND GLOBE m THE GARLAND GLOBE Bjjgl INDEPENDENT. I. A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. (ft Telephone No 52 Red SEv (Kormirly Wjrstfs Butchar Shop.) I,l Kntvrixl u Mmnd-cbiiM matter Frbruarjr IT, haS int. at the poat office at Garland. Utah, under f3 the Act of Contrreu of March li. 1879. JpV Subscribers who full to NOSlVS their Jv. pniir rafaUrly, please notify this office. aJU Saturday, Jan. 23, 1909. jfe WH BURNED CITY OF MOSCOW? KB Confession of IhS Incendiary as Sequel H to a Story of Love and Hate. dK lllrftorliins of NapoleOfl'l It) viiHirm of Hb ROMia bawe (or ii'ijic tlinn a ri'iitmy H Ik in trying 10 discover wkoM hand it H wu.m which apiilliil thi' torch to Mos- H cow or k:ivo the order for the ennlln- H (ration which pre ii'iiuti'd tin- kiiih'i H emperor! ratraaLaATtthaWi hlngtoni H At tin' tinui Oount Theodore H Raatopchlna was Mid to hare n the 1 H Incendiary. In 1813, however, b H lisiicii ,-i pamphlet, "Ti-.i' Truth Con ' H caralni the Qraat Mrs of Moscow,'' in ...

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. — 30 January 1909

for ib 9 m& M ft - M Bs-T I m ml S w I HI sV. LW th globjs H 1 nluAlxLAliiJ xJlAJDLir I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H h Vol. 3. No. 52. Published of dorland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 30, 1909 H DEATH OF MRS P. C. JENSEN Mrs. Amelia K. Jensen of F.rig liam City, wife of P. C. Jensen and a sister of Mrs. MantTna Jensen of this city and Alvin Keller of Tre montbn, died It lier liotnc in Prifr liam City Tuesday night of apop lcxv and paralysis. She took sick about a week ago and her sudden death was a severe shock to her husband, family and relative. She leaves a sorrowing husband, three children and a host of broth ers and Meters to mourn her un timely death. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jensen and Alvin Keller of Tremonton were present when she passed away. The funeral services were held at the First ward meeting house yesterday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen and Mrs. James Jen sen of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kel...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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