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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 April 1909

DO YOU KNOW ANY SKIN SUFFERERS? If You Have Friend Afflicted with Eczema. Tell the Druggltt About It. If you havp a Monti fmffprlnf? from eczema, tell him about I) D. D. Many enema Biiffeiera have tried bo many useless remedied and spent so mm-h money with tlrx-tors thai thev prnrtlrnlly ilmpslr If tti v onlv know of tht simplest hnmi- curt- for I'csimn' It la notMntr mnr thnn nil nf wlntrr grrron fnmpoiind fns mlxrrl In D D D Presrrlptlnnl Vaort with Klyrrrln. thymol nd oth yr henllntr Inarredlpnta In llrpfld form, this almple remprty nenetrati-a trip porrs of thp skin iMimlniiL- nn.l killing the eesemn rrrms while hiillrllna- up the henlthy tissue. Ask your druKKlsts for D. D. D. Prescription. ASKING 8MALL FAVOR. "Papa, mamma says that If you're too lary to do anything else, will you ptakM sit near the clothes closet and blow the smoke In, so as to kill the moths!" TOTAL L088 OF HAIR Seemed Imminent Scalp Was Very ' Scaly and Hair Came Out by Hand fula Scalp Now Clear and New Hair...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 April 1909

THE GARLAND GLOBE M - THE OARLAND GLOBE SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1909. HAVE YOU SEEN HER? Mail Order Fraud at Provo. Ddwn at Provo on attractive-look-In woman went about among the ood homes and took orders for soap and groceries, to be shipped from St. JLoula. The prices she quoted were very much below what the good people of Provo had to pay to tholr dealers there. Oh, yes. The attrartlve-looking woman re quired In all cases a part and in most t-ii sos full puyraent to be made with the order. Then she went away with some hundreds of dollars of Provo money That was last November when all good Utah people were interested in the campaign. Now it Is March, and the attractive-looking woman has not been kcard from. Neither have her gro ceries. Nor her soap. And there is a belief In Provo that It would have been cheaper to buy groceries and soap at home. Which is about the lesson we all learn sooner or later. St. I.imiH and Chicago price lists look very attractive, sometimes. Hut citizens of U...

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. — 24 April 1909

rTHE GARLAND GLOBE I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLB I Vol.-. No 12. Published at iiarlond, Utah. Saturday, Abrll 2, 1909 I MARRIED IN SALT LAKE TEMPLE. Miss Mary L. Barnard nnd Mr. Lor t In W. Preston were united In marri age Wednesday, April 21, the cere mony being performed In the Salt Lake Temple. Both are popular young people of Box Elder County, Miss Barnard be ing the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Barnard of tho North String, Brlgham City, and Mr. Preston Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Preston of this city. The young couple will be at home to their many friends after May 1, 1909, at the Wutt residence on Fac tory street. The Globe extends congratulations and best wishes. LADIES' SELF-CULTURE CLUB. The members of the L. 8. C. club met at the home of Mrs. Annie Munns Thursday afternoon. 11 members were present and Mrs. B. A. Bush and Mrs. F. O. Haws were guests of the club. The following committee was cho Ben to superintend the Kindergarten w...

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. — 24 April 1909

The Garland Globe Published Evtry Saturday at GARLAND UTAH Terms of 8ubacr.pt ion: One year (In adrance) $1.50 Six months 75 Three months 60 Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. J. A. Wixom Editor and Manager I- .. ... -. UTAH STATE NEWS A new town is to be started at Ce dar Ridge, about eight miles north of iRJchneld. John de France, colored, formerly a resident of Salt hake City, committed suicide In Seattle last week. A supreme court decision rendered last week nolds that school property, whether personal or real, Is exempt from taxation. Free lunches In saloons In Salt Lake City are to be done away with, ac cording to an order Issued by the chief of police. The Boosters' club of Igan Is tak ing up the question of the building of a macadam road from Main street to the mouth of Logan canyon. The scarlet fover epidemic, which has been prevalent In Murray for the past two months has now subsided and the quarantine has been raUed. One of the oldest residents of Park City, Joh...

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. — 24 April 1909

! I IN THE PUBLIC EYE 1 NAGEL'S FIRST ASSISTANT Ormg)y McHarg, who has been appointed JtfZ Sk assistant secretary of commerce and labor, Is JJK W " "a,,v'' "f North Dakota and lias I n In close Wjm yk 'ouch wltn affairs at Washington for several fctf M 'Pa,a His selection was personal with Secre- JJgT iaiiJP '""' Nei w,1 was anxious to find a man who f-JmKvfc ha1 ,ne "us'ness and legal ability to run the de- i( j-r km partment of commerce and labor In Mr. Nagela J 4 JyEsy Mr McHarg wan graduated from the law l Wm school of the University of Michigan In 1898, Jk ZaML "'"' "''"'"'''I '" North Dakota to practice hi WmL IHbssW. Profession In 1899 hp went to Waslilngton and w!'y "W Mjkm Putered George Washington university, inking milnWtL. Mh JOTJffif9 novt'ral degrees. Later he became an Instructor IffWIf lllfflr rya rf rl nTOaQj of law at George Washington. . . . About two years ago Mr. Mrllnrg was en gaged as a special attorney by the department of justice and assigned to the E'" frau...

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. — 24 April 1909

i 430CJKl American Women mj 1 Slowest of English lllimberS Speaking Women By JANE AMU VMS. ! -1 I he MiMilnr opinion seems to be (hal our Atom- aaav (nil women nrc getting t advanced, As n matter f aVj. fuel Hum nrc the slowest of oil the Kii;.'lili-sieiilirij( B-9M(i "" tin' W Ti In Kiu:IuhI mill nil Iht coliiiiii;- Mm minion 17 1 i hnve immi( ipiil MtlTriige, while Amcrieitn women kljr-rfl '"''' J""1 mvnking In (lie fuel thai we hnve rights nml IjBMpi III resiun.slillllies which, without Hie lulllot, iiUHiiit he NllSy Why in it Hint in itnly they have pulilic wnsh- v bourn for Hie encouragement of cleanliness among Hio people, while in the United States we liavo none? . ' Why is it t lint in Russia they hnve public covered markets, to protect the food of the people from the filth of the city, while in this country we hnve practically none? The only answer we can make is Hint in n monarchy government gives the people what they need, while in n republic the people must nsk for what ...

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. — 24 April 1909

iiWn l W wll,or "nt at his VjKiOUi ni a c h I n o and l I PnmtM' '' ' " '" '" ,'1 ' i' Jw flWH k,K thoughtfully. BT B talked to the peo- ' J I'le through a syn- WHbbbS ,"-a,e reaching slSUskf several hundred SfML- Wi l,Rl"'rR- In an hour 2jf? the wheel of for- & V tune had turned J him a number that 6 "j called for action iJl-fc ln a greater field .$3& and "till he lies " oSffo word, "Farewell." Vctftf "Karewelll a word T" jEai'J ",n, must be ' 'xJz and htith been ii- '7" A Bound Which '' " r iiiiiki-H uii linger. y yet--farewell!" V. To this consul 's i uency he had HJjl given the beat ii ti that was In him Often It was hur- ' rled crude work crude because of the unceasing, end less, rapid grind, the insatiate greed of the empty columns that must be filled. For six years he had written a column of special matter each day while managing and editing a maga zlne. And now, despite the realization thnt he wns doing himself an Injury by forcing so much work, hi' was loth to say g...

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. — 24 April 1909

g- - I jypERlAiSt Mr. Barnes, American r Archibald Claverinf Gonter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. R.n... f Now York." "Mr. Patter of T. ..-' Tk.1 Fronchm.n." Etc. V J Oopyrtshi. Ivor. issui Mmci Uo.. N. r. SYNOPSIS. Hurl.. . 1 1 Urn nt M. : wealth) in- il in Inuring .11 sun, rsweur-s tin- young ICnir Hsii II ! I -imnt.'Kilwiiril Oerartt Anstrutn er, mnl Ills Corslcan rllc, Marina, iIiiiikI" i of lhr Pin. lis. from tlm mur- Si-ri.n ; V "lliletta, understanding tllHI Ills reward N lo be the hand of the girl he lovnn. s : Anstruther. (later of the Kna Mah lleui-nanl. The four fly from AJar- cit to Marseilles on in. hi. i the French at earn n f. Histamine. The vendetta pur sue and aa the quartet are i.ni to board the train r..r l...n.l.u. at Marseilles Mnrtnn In handed a mysterious note whirl. eaitses her to collapse and necessl talea postponement of the tourney. Barnes and Rnld are married. Soon after llielr wedding Barnes' bride dis appears Barnoa discovers she has...

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. — 24 April 1909

Your engagement ring should be your favorite piece of Jewelry: a dia mond of the first water. We tuggett that we have had long experience In eupplying thoae In need of such thlnge and have a large stock and tempting pricea. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAli D A TPlklTC A"T,C Hleat- r A 1 tn 1 o j"v ; p FREE ph rseaest. Sena sketch sad aVseriatiea of your favestlee. Harry J. R..in..0. Alt.,, .1 Uw is. Solicitsr el 'slants, MM Jssg. Isildbf, S .11 Lake City FIRST AND LAST APPEARANCE. Only Occaelon on Which Caaey Waa Admitted to Parlor. An old Irishman named Casey made m lot of money as a contractor and built a fine house for his children. The sons and daughters were much mshamed of the plebeian father, and Caaey wan always kept In the rear of the house when they had a party or a reception. One day Caaey died, and there was a great to-do about it. The children had a fine cofim. with plenty of flowers, and Caaey waa laid In state in the parlor. That evening an old Irish woman, who had known Casey w...

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. — 24 April 1909

1 THE GARLAND GLOBE , THE GAKI AND GLOBE ATi;mAY, APRIL 24, HKM'. GOOD ROADS The opinions of some of the lead ing men of this county. It will take between $26 and $30, 000.00 to remodel the county court house at Brlgham City. Any reason able citizen, after a thorough Investi gation, will concede that there Is not enough room for the handling of the district and county business. There !ls no question but what It will be built at an early date. There are many miles of Impassible roads that need draining and grading In order I to be of any use to the public dur ing the wet season. There has been an Immense loss to the farmers north of Oarland and elsewhere In being unable to reach the wheat market during the meteoric rise of wheat this winter. Two years ago the lion. W. S. Hansen of Fielding lost three cars of onions on account of being unable to get them to the railroad stalon at Colllnston. People living In Brlghnm, north and south along the east mountains have no conception whatever...

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. — 1 May 1909

"" " ' " iiimwii MI mmmmmmmm amwMW wmmm fummmHtm mmmmmmm HWBWSKS1 LJ mi m iwt mJ I Tkl I I I wl I I U M I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLE H Vol. 4. No 13. Published of Garland, Utoh. Saturday, May 1 , 1909 BEAU RIVER VALLEY COM 4 HERCIAL CLUB MEETING. Under the auspices of the Bear River Vftlley Commercial club, a meeting will be held In the Garland hall next Saturday, May 8th, 1909, at 1 o'clock p. in. sharp, the purpose of which Is to make permanent the or ganization of said club, to discuss the matter of bonding Box Elder County also for talking over the matter of a Are Insurance commission and other matters that may come before the meeting. Rep. W. 8. Hansen, the Board of County Commissioners and others will be In attendance. Everybody Interested In the wel fare of the Great Bear River Valley should be In attendance at this Im portant meeting. Hon W. S. Hansen will deliver a lecture on the Farmers' Fire Insur ance Bill, which Is now a law. BUNT...

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. — 1 May 1909

The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND ..... UTAH Terms of Subscription: One year (In advance) 1.K0 Six montha 76 Three montha .!!!!!!! !bo , ,Ad2rt,sln rmte" furn'iiihei on ap plication. A' Wlxom.... Editor and Manager pi . , UTAH STATR NEWS George F Buhl has been apolnted poatmaatw at Slatellne, Iron county. A modern (train elevator Ir to be built at Cache Junction by an Ogden commission firm, at a rost or $60,000. Right-foot wide rement sidewalks are being ronstructed at Green River, and there will be 10,000 feet of those walka. The dry farming congress will b held at Hillings, Mont.. October 26, 27 and 28, according to an announcement made last week. Joseph Heath, aged 22, commuted ulclde at hla home In Ogden, drink ing carbolic acid. Ill health led to the deed. The new afreet llghta have been In stalled in Murray, and the "Smelter City" la now one of the beat lighted lowna In the atate. Michael Connors, aged 50, a sec tion foreman, dropped dead from heart ddseaae...

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. — 1 May 1909

DESTRUCTIVE SAN JOSE SCALE EXCITES INTEREST AND ALARM Pest May Be Controlled by the Proper Us. of Insticldal Sprays. "In the entire history of destructive Insect pests," wild Entomologist How ard the other day, "no Insect has ex cited so much Interest and alarm as has the Snn Jose scale. Its attacks arc insidious and In many Instances it has acquired a firm foothold in a sec lion of country before its presence was suspected But a few years ago the San Jose scnle was considered a veritable menace to the growing of deciduous fruits in the east, and Its discovery tn an orchard was often fol lowed by the destruction of the trees In the hope that Its extermination might be secured. However, this feel- ago it has become established in the principal deciduous fruit-growing re gions In the more eastern states from J'.Hiiida south to Florida and Texas. There are still many fruit-growing sections throughout this nrea where the scale has not made Its appearance nnd no effort should he spared t...

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. — 1 May 1909

'I AvOid Besjlnnlnij of 0 Strife Cause of uarrels An Depute By HELEN OLD HELD. II",T CENTURY aco, in the era f I im nl, when, because oi I jT I Ikt cany marringp lawn, jierstviih'il lovorn rcpinlcd Scotland I. I a the "promised land," an old dominie, who, from his point BJ of vantage jnt serous the border mi n much traveled highway, fkJPi I '''''' ninn.v Dm 1 1 1 1 n hi i ) I knots, used to prcwnl tli' hridei ol I jf I his making with what In' called "n card of counsel fur eon ajanvjaJ dint in married life," the first item on which was: "Avoid VywiV ''"' hi'giiminf; f .Uiirrels." UUtAI No lict'rr ndviec could be given, then or now, to a newly wedded loiiple. King Solomon, with all his wisdom, never spake tniei word than that "the beginning of strife is like the letting out of water, therefore leave off (Detention before it is meddled with." Most quarrels conjugal or otherwise, begin with trifles, and lot "Behold how great a fire a little matter kindleth I" Avoid disputes, it is the ...

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. — 1 May 1909

I ILLUSTRATED I WITH CUTS By E. D P.on. Uopjnht, b7 J II l.lpplnoit Co.) "You fellers needn I talk about trou hie i nil ii i n a newspapei remarked Col. Snapper, an he drew a mighty draught fiom his glass. In the days n' '49. when 1 wan hnldin' down a' ed itorial aheet, a feller aldled Inter the mom. mighty muffled up about the throat, an' his head skewed to one nlde like II hed b'n aei on the bias. 'He waa a long-geared galoot, what carried a sinister smile with him an' 0 n long, muddy frock coat that reached to hie heels. There waa on'y the brim of a respec'able hat on his head; a ragged par o' white kid gloves waa tryln' to cover his han's. Oh, he was a Christmas ornament! "'la the wall-eyed hyener that runs this rag ler hum?' he axes, with a blsa like a buttled hller. "I thought shorely that I had ter do with a manywac, or some freak what got loose from a side show. There upon 1 reaches for me gun. " 'Drap that'' aez he, mighty ca'am like, 'an' set still,' at the some time flour...

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. — 1 May 1909

I! Ria1 Mr. Barnes, American n, Archibald Claverin Gunter y A Sequrl to Mr. Barnes of New York 0 Author of "Mr. Bam, of Now York." "Mr. Poller of Tnu," "That Frenchman." Etc. V J Ooprrlaht, WOT. Ouaa Mood Co.. M. V SYNOPSIS. Burton If. Harms, a wealthy American rmiriiiK Corsica, rwrun the young Kng llnl, lieutenant, Kilwartl Oerar.l Aiistruth er. nml hla Corsica n bride, Marina, faugh ter of the. I'aolla, frmii tin- mur derous vendetta, unnVratHiulliiK t tin t his maarrl In to Ixt the hand of tin- girl he lovna. Knld Anstruther, Mister of the Kng Uah lieutenant. The four flv from AJac ! to Maraelllea on tntard the 1'r.tn-ti ateamer Constantino The lendetta pnr uea and aa the quartet are about to board the train for Ixmdon nt Mnrsatlles, Marina la handed a mysterious note anleh eauaea her to rollapae and necessi tates a postponement of the Journey. tHurnea and Knld are married. Soon after their wedding; Harnea' bride Ilt appearn Harnea discovers she haa keen kidnaped and taken lo Cor...

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. — 1 May 1909

ANOTHIR OfttNQ QUESTION. "I sny. a. la a man from Poland called a Pole?" "Yes. my son." "Then, pn, why Isn't a man from Holland called a Holo?" CURED ITCHING HUMOR. Big, Painful Swelling. Broke and Did Not He.il Suffered 3 Yean. Torture, Yield to Cutlcura. "Llltle black swellings wet scat tered over my face and n-ck ami they would leara little black Bears that would Itch so I couldn't keop fram scratching them. Larger swelling; would appear and my clothes wonld stick to the sores. I went to a doctor, but the ironhle only got worse. By this time It was all over my arms and tho nppr part of my body In swell In s as large as a dollar. It was so pain ful that 1 contd not bear to lie on my back. The second doctor stopped the swellings, 'but when they broke the places wonld not heal. I bought a set of the Ctttlcura Remedies and m less than a week some of the places were nearly -well. I continued until 1 had used three, sets, and now I am sound and well. The disease lasted three years. O U...

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. — 1 May 1909

I TY1E GARLAND G' j THE GARLAND GLOBE SATURDAY, MAY 1, lOOfl. . , Suggestive Programs For Conjoint Sessions of the Y. M. and Y. L. M. I. Assns. of the BEAR RIVER STAKE For Months of May, June, July, August 6t September, 1909. Program Committee: F. D. WELLING. J. H. ARCHIBALD, J. C. HANSEN, LA VON O.SMITH, HILDA NORDQUIST MAY 2nd Sniffing "Our Mountain Home So Dear" S. 8. Song Book p. 88 Prayer Singing "The Opening Buds of Springtime" 8. S Song Hook page OS Essay Flower A Young Lady Piano Solo "The Flower Song" (any mimic More) Recitation "The Flowers" Longfellow Quartette "Come Where the Llllles Bloom" (any music store) or "Rose mid Lilli.'s" K Stephens Men. Journal, 1U0S 10 Minutes Comment Luke Chap 13 27-88 Singing "Earth With Hit Ten Thousand Flowers" Benediction JUNE-6th Milling ' C Thank Thee 0 Ood for a Prophet" S. 8. Song Book pace 208 Prayer Singing v'oine Listen to a Prophet's Voice" I'salmody page 256 5-Minute Talks oi. lirigliam Young (a) as a boy, by a .lunlor boy; (b)as...

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. — 8 May 1909

I - 1 ; IPJfl eee THE GARLAND GLOBEeee 1 OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEi jfl VL ' N ' t Published ot dnrland, Utah. Saturday, May . 190 I HUlTcl'! BeQr Revcr Valley Commercial Club Here TO-dflV Boosting for GOOD ROADS. tmMN IIIIIIIMIMH NO PAPER NEXT WEEK. WE AEE GOING TO MOVE INTO OUR NEW BUILDING NEXT WEEK AND WILL BE COM- PELLED TO SKIP AN ISSUE. THOSE WHO ARE READING THE CONTINUED STORIES NEED NOT BE DISAPPOINTED AS THE STORIES WILL BE ALL CONNECTED UP IN OUR ISSUE OF MAY 22HD 4ffl4 4M ! FAREWELL RECEPTION. At the Gnrland Hall Inst night, un der the auspices of the M. L associa tions and a committor of the employ ees of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Company, Geo. F. Grover and Charlie Welling, who leave next week lo perform mis sionary labors In Great Brlta.ln, were tendered a very pleasant farewell re ception. The hall was tastefully dec orated and Nichols orchestra furnlBh ed the music. A musical program whh carried out and dancing engaged In. Messrs. Grover and Welling were ...

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. — 8 May 1909

F HI? 1 The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at OARLAND UTAH Term of Subscription: One year (In advance) 11.60 Six months ,75 Threo months ..... ........... !f0 Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. J. A. Wlxom Editor and NUnsger I UTAH STATU NKWS The m ildchtee of Daniel Buttnm ot Clarkstm was destroyed hv lire lasi week. The annual State anesmpmenl of Hi. Grand .i my 01 the Republic was held In Sail Lake City last week. ' H Barks or Logan bad his col lar bona broken mid wan badb bruls ed In a runaway arcldenl hint week. It Is probable (hat a kindergarten department will he added to each oi the grammar schools of Ogden next Two masked men entered a saloon In Murray one night last week, and held up the occupants, securing aboui Thomas Moore, one of the oldest residents of Park City, died last week from a complication of diseases after a long Illness. Assurance having been given that Ixigan Is to put In a iewer system, Work is to begin on the federal build Ing In that ci...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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