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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 27 February 1909

I II tSailind vessels of C11 . Future Will Carry iMlipS Gas Engines By LEWIS NIXON. Maalar Shipbuilder. 5jH?lflBI5S Inventions in connection w 1 1 1 1 sea-going rcssofi ritan imui' just n.-i u in - t 1 1 mi limit. Of course, no one expect i any revolution in type IdlLjf "f vessel or 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 h ! - of u. iu I i in . I'- givul i-i'l yk ,0-sf 'o linn li to per in i I olliei tlinn I lie iim-i i-on- mJ M. scivnt i v experiments, mri 2' ifl Tlic prmliiclion of stciini lins, ,. fur a- eeonomy 3i j- i" fuel consumption i.- conri rneil, remlicd nearly its mMM Hut the very fact that the grail unl using up of W Xw VO ''""I nul that the cos! of fuel will increase may leiul W WTJ (M to a mure elelisive Use nf the sailing ship, lis wimls If NVff 1 "'" conlinue to blow and their energy cannot be L Wf -tyl cornered, lim the sailing ship of Hie future will, I w J""jga feel sure. In' an auxiliary thai is. have power to PJBJPJPJPJPJPJPJBB drive her calnifi ami against head winds. The gine for thi...

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. — 27 February 1909

snsBBBBsnnnnnnnBnBMBnBnnnsn H snnnnH C08T OF KEEPING A COW. The Results Obtained by One Man Who Kept a Record. The paint or keeping a row l thr nst nf liilxn anil i I s a rulf the later in not included but i think the) i Um most serious question, fttttaraa C o Oertaoa, in Dnir) Reoord hen ji we Ure help to milk and rule for the R GOW, WO l!l good Wages, lltlll OVOII lit that, it is hard to secure i ana that J will do tin work satisfactorily it costs to ilo the milking, whether the hired man or anyone else does 11. an a cow thai given milk during ten months om nl a year must M mllkeil tiOO times This will take aliout ten initiates each time, or a total of 100 hours The Htnblp nniHt be cleaned during the stabling Heason and that season should be about eight months ThiR will take aliom font minutes a day, or II hours a year. Feeding the cow hny. silage and grain will take about seven minutes a day. or 21! hours a year. To WatW the cow will take about five hours a year. Separating and o...

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. — 27 February 1909

3gST0RYSi nBHKP Mr. Barnes, American 1 Br Archibald Claverinj Gunter A Sequel o Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. Dame, of Nw York." "Mr. Potl.i of Tout." I "Thl rrrmliiMo." Etc. C.ipyrlgl.i. IUU7 IhMid Mend Go . u Y. SYNOPSIS. Barton ii. Barnes, .,, ilihy An,-t .,, I' iin C'orxkii, i . i,.- tilu yoioi Una imii lieutenant, I W ward u-rurd Anaii-um 1 i and hla I iorsluan bride, m irmu, 1 liter nf ii . i-aoli i, from the nmr- uen.ns inl,-;i,, itnderatlllldlnK Ihi! I, Ik t-ewmd Is hi ii ilin ha f ton k I e- levea, Buid Aiintruthar, alaier of the Kim ll!, Ilelltl mill Til- I,. u: ,:y i lln A i iin in Maraalllea on board the t-r.-n l, Hii'in.r Ceiiatantlnu. Tin- vendotM pui auea and iih t If quart"! ore abuul to board He train hi l.miil.m at M n -i-iii -.. iMiirlnn is handed a myatarloiiM mite Willi Ii vauaes I . i i.i . ..! i.. and ne.-.-Hd-I"1' a IjiimIi in. nil ul the Innrn-v. Ha Mrs (eta purl of Hi.' niyatarloiia note ainl receives letters which Inform liliti tnnl I.i la in. ii,,...

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. — 27 February 1909

W 'mlllm' H For Forty -seven Years It has been a sufficient guarants Of qualify to know a thing, was fcought at - r'ilt;IAIN ST. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH Mall Orders Promptly Filled. Novel Kite Game. The ma in.'i- in which" Kites can be niHlilpulnt-'1 Ik well tllttStrStSd by .the Kamp of Vnknta. This gunie In bust jt playpil wllli Minimis of ton or lean a B aide SMaafSa with ordinatv liuli.iii kites of tissue pappi- and -eels m,e vj dumbbell!. The name Is to fly your kite ho that It ctitH the string of Rn opponent kite by BRwinn It, ii-Hcii(t- being . -n .- 'ted by Ked Cross kites SB manipulate'! that they pat underneath and pick tip the fallliiK kite. Emma Eames and Impresario. Kmnia Karnes never willingly Hins the role of Mlcaela In 'Carmen.' though In star oasts the part Is prop erly Riven to h copiatio of the flint rank. One night while sitting in her dress ing room waiting for the second act I In which Mlcaeln loss not appear) to pass, Maurice (Iran, the Intpres arlo, entered. Mada...

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. — 27 February 1909

THE GARLAND GLOBE i THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. h , ' A.Wixom, . . Editor undMngr. Telephone No 52 Red (Formerly Wj-etfn Batcher 8hop.) En tared u aecond-cUee matter February 17. 10. at the poet office at Qarland. Utah, under the Act of Cona-men of March 8. 187. Subscribers who fail to receive their papers regularly, please notify this office Saturday, Feb. 27, 1909. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mrs. Lucy A. Clark spent this week Ht tho Logan temple. Messrs. El Hoy and Leo Clayton were Logan visitors Tuesday . Mr. and Mrs. O. VV. Miller wen to Brig ham Thursday to visit relatives . Lorln V. Preston went to Ogden Mon day to celebrate Washington 'a Birthday. WINES "d Liquors fur Medicinal purposssat Hlter Hros Drug Htore. tf Jensen Urns, new fnrniture and hanl- Iwardware establishment Is now ready for the roof. Miss Mayme Campbell of Brlgbatn City was the guest of Miss Sarali Fowler last Saturday. FOR SALK. 4-Room House with pantry and closet. Inquire at The !Foulger Company. tf Moroni Ward,...

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. — 6 March 1909

bbbbbbbbbbbbb! """""""""" HfiiiiBBaBBBBBBaBBSBBBBSBBBBBiaBBBBssBBXBBB 1 bbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbb! DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEi LLW y Vol.4. No. 5. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, March 6 1909 M - MOEE ABOUT THE FOOTE W. STOCK COMPANY. M H. E Bingham, proprietor of the , Owens hotel, Is thoroughly converted fj t0 ,ne 'act ,nat ,n memnerH f the rat Foote Stork Co., are better "players" ?J3C than "payers." 2? The company beat Mr. Bingham Zs out of J8.00 due him for board and ;'p us the City Marshal had Rone fishing j iffy last Sunday morning when they pul- '$. led out, Mr. Bingham hud the pleas-. "if ore (?) of FOPln.B- them skl'Hon with JS their baggage and an unpnld board '1? bill. We were Informed that the com pany played the same game In Malad. They won't do It in Blackfoot as Mr. Bingham telephoned to the hotel proprietor of that place to "keep on ' the safe side." Come again, well see that the mar- .. shal don't go fishing and that your...

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. — 6 March 1909

f. The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH Terms of Subscription: One year (In advance)' 11 50 Six months 75 Three months ..!!!!!!!!!! T0 Advertising rates furnished on p plication. J. A. WlKom... Editor and Manager UTAH STATK NEWS Mayfleld residents are planning to Install a waterworks system Smallpox has again broken out In Halt Ijtke City, now cases tit-ina; re port! 'I every day Arrangements are being miide by the Commerclnl club for the organlaa tlon of a company to operate a knit ting factory in Ephralm. George 8. Drury. a former resident i of Spiingville, was killed near Makers- i field. Cal.. last week, as the result of an oil well derrick blowing up. f Because of a quarrel with his wife. r 'which rehtilted in the woman leav ing home, Clarence K. Baker coin mltted suicide In Salt Ijike City, In I haling chloroform. Joseph C. Rue, a laborer employed t the Oregon Short Line depot in Halt Iake City, fell from a scaffold I upon which he was working and ' susta...

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. — 6 March 1909

S ' - H I gg" QKHLOg W HER OVERPOWERINQ JOY. M A Switching young lady who re- ,. rides In lUnna City and has friends ,,' hereabouts wrote to one of them, a if- young matron, recently concerning a proat Joy that had tome Into her life. "My dour Hi are," tho fair young & Writer said, "I know you will be great - B ly Interested ID this happiness which has come to me You always wore kind enough to be deeply interested In my Jo; s and disappointments No, Mr Wiiddlngfon has not proposed. I should not he gushing to vou about It If he had. lie has plenty of money and a good family and all that, but to tell you the truth I don't like him I suppose It would require a good deal of moral courage on my part to refuse him If he asked me to many him, but I think I should be able to tlse to the occasion. Really, I am very happy, and I should not he happy at all If I were engaged to Cadwaluder Wad dlnglon. The world seems to have a new glory to Hissogs beauties that I have never dreamed of In th...

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. — 6 March 1909

r ' LOW There Cannot Be an f w Unconstitutional IS LaW Law I U By JOHN F. MEETING. KU" Q k Amrrt. . Cri.L.t R.poHW. EHH i "Mind reasoning, tbeiwaaad bo mi uieoMti- ?H tntionnl law. a law is mi authoritative mlr-. governing H directing or limiting the tciloha of mtnftiad. 'Chat , wl''h i" "l authoritative and operative, in ni a law. M 'I'!"' I'onsiitiifion "I thr I nilcd Stiitcs is the su tH Pr'""' law "f Hie nation. The constitution of cneh aH State, in conjunction with the federal constitution, is SH the supreme law of that state; for it emanates from jB the people themselves, in their original and sovereign Hj A legislative asseinhlv, whether national or slate. aas depends for its existence and power on its charter the constitution contrary to which it cannot legally legislate. It may attempt so to do; but as it cannot infuse into its act a : vitality not possessed by itself, its action is void, and must be ignored as no law, especially by those officials who are sworn to support ...

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. — 6 March 1909

pjawawawaw" jjajawawj I I I visits iiraf I fmMBir t Waiting for Har. J liown by the flaming shore where " ihe maple tiers and ihe rroal have ,-, fashioned a syl- A fKSwtuS Va" ,r-v8"nB place ,5 vitliftM; "r K"''' '' ' "" M l30'llB . 3 ' wa,,Pi fn hei S ' "'WiVanvJt mSS' Have rf Ta3L8lif watched for hei f inyf 7K?,. ''' li i r, li noon L) ' izV-V VtL' when the sunlight i ?i iJr'Hs "'"' sl,allK "f W - 'yV; JJ B'or5 lnil,"h 'he f",yyf rustling leaven jjf J Jr ' T Rn 'ah,oned nd M oi -1''y7Bwaat' traceries on the yrt Jrl aW browning giuss" 'I . WfW "l,v'' you waited J iy tjjNtj JfM iV eventide when 'ii fllln VltJ ""' ;,:"'''1"1 wll I WaMV j" ,ow" cast ,hl,r r JL (j .' sparse shadows Sjrj ' p' far out upon the - y1tW' whlmpled watera, , '; 'JbFjP " when the cat birds "" -?y-' were piping lllelt V "" (&gt&'--s nintln good nights W'CQsPI aml ,n" swallows '-.. jTx tyf swung o'er the ' 'if glinting waters In ( - ' t h e I I w a li I 11 11 t( ff play? Have you i . -Sv waited for her I...

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. — 6 March 1909

r jrn You bu, e-,.p..t Whsn yoH Buy ,. i m keet ,!., , taoa. our raqulra. 1 m"'! ,or 1uy r abeolule, and l JJ we ataoe aur refutation bahlnd the .-.a .I1U,'V of our Rooda. Tho dtelgnt II ; "N"1- Profit jrou to look thorn through. f "XtlTAillSHIO w) ,86a 'A SALT LAKE CITY. UTAIt "ALL THE WRITINC ALWAYS IN SIGHT" H Ball Bearings wcarfrying, E frictionless. Every type bar of the I L.C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER 1 1 M lu the Gardner ball-bearing joint. M Adds years of profitable efficiency to (he life of the machine. fr' M Send lor the Free Book i L.C. SMITH Q BROS. TYPEWRITER C(X i IMT Ckaawa Street, Daw, f .lot.d-. I ttS W.,1 Vcd So1h Smat, Salt Lake Crly. Ui.k. I A A TnolTPP atVke at ta pat'ut- I PATENTS ffi - - Seat" aketrh and description of your ia.aatioa. ' Harry J. Robiaioa, Attoraey at Law and Solicitor j Patent., 304-5 Judge Batldiat, Salt Laka City Hit Opinion of It. "Did I understand you to say," asked Miss Wood by. (hat you don't go In for ioclety at all?" "Quito so," re...

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. — 6 March 1909

H OLDEST MAN IN AMERICA j Escaped Terrors of Many Winters by Using Pe-ru-na. I M$aiiiA . "Va. ft - Imc Brock, 120 Years of Age. ,' Mr. (MM Urock. of Mi l.ciinitii OOSBty. . Tex., is an ardent fri. ml to lVi-iina and sjh-iiUs of it iii tin- follow injf tornwi j "Dr. Ilnrlinnn's lessedj, lViiuia, have found to Ik; tlic hot. if not tin-only j reliable remedy for coi'tilis, colds ' CATAkltll and diarrhea. "Parana has been my stand-by for many jean, ami attribute mv'naod health and my extreme age jo this remedy. It exactly meets all my re quirements. "I have romp to rely upon it iilmost entirely for the many little tliiiifjn for which I Mad medicine. 1 helieve it to be especially valuable to olr people." Isaac Itr... k. I r PO I Canton Plows The Success Sulky Plow run ntuke two mistakes In buying Bid I Of PlOV, OM i to huv nn Isrsrfof . plow brj'HiiM' It I "4 ottered cheap, and the Other Im to buy . i.i.-u priced tidlm pltiw ' when the SUCCESS, a inetlluin priced plow, will tin better wo...

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. — 6 March 1909

f , THB GARLAND GLOBE IT DON'T FAIli To See the Gelebmted CUestern Melo-Drama I ENTITLED THE INHERITED I CURSE To be Presented by the J Garland Dramatic Company i , at the Garland Hall I Next Saturday MARCH 13th II J Afternoon and Evening ICAST OF CHARACTERS: . ALFRKD ARMITAGE, Under the assumed name of John Oakley THALES H. EDWARDS JONAS HARDY, a gambler R. L. BUSH DR. MARMADUKE MANDRAKE GEO, F. GROVER HAMILTON MANDRAKE, his son D. (J. CHAPMAN JOB CADWALLADER, sheriff of Uba county, Cal. JOSEPH H WALLIS PETER GRIMES, postmaster and express agent of Uba county, Cal. WILLIAM PERKINS AUGUST VINCENT R. E. BAXTER ABE ISAAC HOWARD EVANS BUD McKINSTRY FREDRIC ROGERS MABEL ARMITAGE, wife of Alfred Aamitage MRS MARIE WING MABEL ARMITAGE, their daughter MISS HAZEL EVANS MRS AMANDA STOCKUP, proprietress of Uba hotel MISS SARAH FOWLER AUR.ELIA STOCKUP, her daughter MRS RUTH FRANCIS , , ;ittISS VINCENT MISS LERA CLARK JF i , Chinamen, Vigilance Committe, Etc. 13 MARCH 13 THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEP...

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. — 13 March 1909

T 7 "wmmmm!BBSi ,,, Z,, J I LI mA 1 m , I Iml I I I I 1 11 U tD ,. OWb. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEx " " ' ' " - ... . - ! - II - - .1 I - I M. 11-11 -.. ,. I i.i. - , . , ,., . ... . mi f .. ' Vol. 4. No. 6. Published of Oarlond, Utoh. Saturday, March 1 3, 1909 I DRAINAGE AND STREET GRADING iH . Our city fHlhorK have made tlip rx- Uf cellent and worthy move of bettering VI our public thoroughfares by a system A of drainage and street grading that promises to put our streets In fine condition. The first move In this line j was the construction of a drain from A the barrow pond near the mill on ij Austin street to Main street, a dls- i8 tance of three blocks. M"' The purpose of the drain was to . draw the water out of the barrow j pond and drain the street so It could j l be graded and made a high and dry thoroughfare for the public who here- J-1 tofore have had nothing but mud to W contend with In going to and coming IS from the flour mill. The...

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. — 13 March 1909

1 1 IMSaawauauMgl The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND -.... UTAH Terma of Subecrlption: One year (In advance) 11. M) Six months 75 Three month 60 Advertising rates furnish. d on ap plication. J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager "; - UTAH STATE NKWS The Logan Commercial club failed to endorse the public utlliMc; bill now before the legislature. The supreme eourt last v eek ad journed iinl II March 22, baring com Dieted Iih February session Frank Scaloro. n Creek. 40 wars of nge, dropped dead on I he streets of Salt Lake one evening taut week, ;"atTi being due to apoplexy. A meeting will be held at Logan March 2fi of the lcadliiK business men (if Cache county to decide on a conn V fair, to be held September 15. The level of the Oreal Salt lake la now 4 25 feet above the zero mark am compared with :!.7 feet above one year ago. a I rifle over bIx Inches Mgher. A. M. Farnum. aged 45, employed as a switchman, waa run over by an en- glne and horribly mangled In the yards of th...

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. — 13 March 1909

J I AMERICANS ARE TO I HAVE PREFERENCE Bill Favoring American Labor on Pub He Worka Passes the Utah Houae of Representatives House bill No. 220, one of the labor bills, wiiu passed by the house on Sat .ltdny, March 6. This bill Is Intended t lo give the preference of employment (. on public works to citizens of the ML I'nlttd States over foreign laborers ' The discussion on the passage of the bill was earnest :ird a: times Imps eloncd House utll No. til, --elatlns? to mn ty ((immiHs'loiiers 1,1 i their appoint inents. was pass I In the hm-t by a ote of ;!1 to 3; 11 being absent and not voting. A hill Introdiieed In the house pro vides for the creation of a commission In establish u woikshop for the blind j Hv a house fatal resolution Intro duced In Mr. Ashton, the people will decide the question as to who shall name the depositary for the state's money Senate bill No. 8 by Hulanlskl, liaised that body. It provides for the appropriation of $:!,5(tn for the relm bursement of the deleg...

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. — 13 March 1909

iStarch As Truly Enslaved 1 a Are Drug IaterS Fiends By DR. J. H GIBBS. New York City. BHOHT time ago I vi cull... in to fl case of girl who y m nffaruig from anaemia. She workcl in a laundry. I mmmm 'I'l'nonr.! lirr closely as to her hnhit- of ontinj; nn.l living. Ml filiated her diet nn.l guv., her .-iron- medicine, The case bnfnY.1 me. Finally she happened to remark that she chewed a lot of attach. I ordered her to quit it. and she promise,! pjn he would. But elie broke her word again and again. 1 la bored with her three months before she linnllv gave up starch obmmhmb eating, From this girl I got my insight into a habit which after ten years of study I now do not profess to understand. Like many work ing girls she wan a gum-ehewer. J wonder how many guin-chewers realize the strength of the bold the habit has upon them? This girl one day for got to stock up with gum before going to the laundry. Once at her work she could not get away. For weeks and months she had . hewed gum as s...

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. — 13 March 1909

HHHaaaaaaaaBaBaaaaaBaeeoasBSBBBBssss - - HJ J MILCH COWS IN WINTER. 5.4 Many of our readers well remember ,? when milch cowh were given the run ? J r the straw stark yard for the entire & winter. At morning and cvulng tlM) Jb were given a few nubbins if corn M W an extra ration with the straw. When fW h cow freshened she tu given a few I' f 7 I jj5 Weigh the Milk. 5 feeds of win at bran If there happened & to be any on hand. If not, the aniall f corn ration was slightly increased. iB Many a time the writer hai Kotie out nP on a winter's morning and found all the cowh covered with snow and tee. jhj In muddy weather it was no uniiHual JO Ihlng to si-e them tramping In Blush H half kne. deep. This waa at a time H when scales were not used in the dairy and we had no way of telling how B much a cow wrs producing. No H thought was given to the matter. The cowh lived all right around the straw B stack in winter and gave a little milk. B and that was the extent of the general dairyi...

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. — 13 March 1909

ami jf I PRESIDENT TAFT'S 1 STRONG ADDRESS INAUGURAL DELIVERED BY NATION'S NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE. i EXTRA SESSION IS PROMISED Con0reM Will Meat March 15 to Take Up Tariff Revision Adequate Army and Navy Urged Panama Canal Heartily Approved 8outhern Race Problem and Labor Legislation Discussed. Washington, Mar. 4. President Taft, having boen sworn In as chlf zecutlve of tho nation, delivered an i Inaugural address that was listened to with great Interest. In part It was as follows : My Fellow Citizens: Any one who takes the oath I have Just tuki-ti must feel a h"uvy weight of responsibility. If not, h has no conception of the pOWra anil duties of the office upon which lie Is about to enter, OV he is lacking In a proper sense of the obll gat. on which the oath imposes. The office of an Inaugural address Is to give a summary outline of tho , main policies of the new admlnlstra- i tlon, no far us they can be antlcii at'-d. I have had the honor to be one of the advUers of my dfcstittculshe...

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. — 13 March 1909

1 l mm .11 i . . hi i iiiii- 1-wiiwrriMTrTOTMlPlMiliPIMMWBiMBiBBMMWB j .. . . . WM Begin by getting your engagement ring of ma, then It le fair for ut to pre sume that you will buy all your other Jewelry and allverware of ua, too. We can aave you Just aa much on the cost of silver aa we do on diamonds. saIt lake city. utah. j "ALL THE WRITING ALWAYS IN SIGHT ' j Ball Bearings-t.r,dcfying, frictionlfss. Every lypebar of the I L. C. SMITH & BROS. TYPEWRITER I has the Gardner ball-bearing joint & Addt years of profitable efficiency to $k the life of the machine. ' Send lor Ihe Frtc B. ok. ?$ L. C. SMITH 41 BROS. TYPEWRITER CO. 1MT Ckanae Sir.. I. I)...r. CelerseV .jg UH West S..o.d Seats Si, ..i, s.h Lsks Cilr. Uik. 4 Tr1 sVITf A4tK It lo patent PATENTS gg it-s Send (ketch and drirnplion of your iaventioa. I Harry J. Robiaaoa, Attmury t I w and Solicitor of Patent), 304-S Jldf o Bnildini, Silt Lain City 't No Time to Waste Money-Making. 7 AkshsIz, when a frtond expressed 8 surp...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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