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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 May 1909

SAVE WASTE WATER BY 1NSTALLINGP0WER PLANTS By R. M. Wlnans. The only Obei ruction to universally installed Individual Water-power plants on the fnrm Ik that not every farm Is Messed with i tinning water to furnish the power, lint there are thousands of rilll.is In the lulled States which have i mining water that ran be har nessed and made to work. The government has beta taklm- census of ttM available water power I t i" HW union, and a report will he Is sued In the course of a few months Bhowtni thai there Is at present going to waste something over .10,000.000 horse power that Bight he developed from the streams and fields of the country, exclusive of Niagara. Some of this, of course, Is avallahle to the farms that are near the streams eater Ing Into the calculations, but little. If the timbers and cover the planking, to protect from decay. In some sections where small timber Is available and In some cases desirable in remove from the land, the dam may be built of logs very cheaply...

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. — 8 May 1909

m I Women Wh Weakesl g m Should Protect "rgaillZe Themselves Ha . By HENRY SI I HUM,. Noted lloaloa Labor LeaeVr. If it is true that those who arc weakest m-t nred protection, ilirn women in industry, above nil other. kIiouM belong to a union. For f all olnssrn of workers they :ire Icnsl able lo protect themselves against greed, cnjinee, petty tyrnnm and inionition. The low wage which women re ceive is not co miieli because of their inefficiency as it is u measure of their economie helpleomeat. It matters not that this helplessness arises from their own lack of ODUrage ami determination to lie well paid and fairly treated. They are underpaid because they fear the conoeqaeOCM if they de mand more. I ' I reiliS) how grent is the necessity for protection for all the weaker . ones in industry. The child, the woman and the less ellicient man hear the hrunt of the burden ami suffering that arise in the brutal competition i j . of industrial activities. No mercy is shown to the weak. We al...

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. — 8 May 1909

(JfvrJXT frfTMErrfSSfFS ""' llul"H,'y ls n '" ""' l'ffHShP?vffiMEyBrS9LrC i0' slates Bui the Improved condition under which pSy iHlSiS5lmBI35iKSBaoiLSir'Aa IT jjl!5lK7 -S""l CfP "V lirpiittii rosin ate manufactured in Texas 1 I ''! fBHwfi EN lJ rl IB IslV llllrsl L'dr vll1 ''Jl. xll f :""' ',0,,'H,,,,B "'" ""' ,coiinl for more than HlllllllllJ lllllllill rH&fSf 5mA 1 EsEfl IFVS l:"r3 hfcflafekk? "1lxN ( n n-ritrtli of the Increase in yield. Vll lliil rlil fflQUm mffltlmm WW IiBl. tj I Wl rRSW r ' ' II x V l I To dPmo,"""", more riiy that tin- use of im irxJHli ilill HmJL. JftSfc.'J!lLHpBE mMWnfakJSysj L'uJ fcv J IKM J lU Mk " proved mil is is largely responsible for the v''l F" 'I llllir' VS&LS6KtKJwJMsBSVJSMm'SSZ ml 14ap" Smm remarkable Increase shown. Hie report from two f jmjf' JKffjTt JygSWMJttSgTiBiKMSByjiff" SffgKg frHffnj?. ?. fVrfrl1- " "f ""' '"'K" p",,,""hm,n" ln Texas, one using HHllll MJl I w)r f tvjfc m7vniimitTTA' nfc rJSlllliiyn " i ? r " '' '""' n""" system a...

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. — 8 May 1909

r. Mr. Barnes, 1 American Br Archibald Clavcring Cuntcr A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. B.rne. of New York." "Mr. Poller of Tessa," "Thiil Kranchmu." Etc. I Oopr right. HOT. ntl Moiwl A (ci . N. T. 8YNOPSI8. nurl.ii II Haines, it wealthy American m i '.irsl.u, rescues the young Kim llni I !-.1 1 ti.-i 11 1 . Edward Oernril Anstrntli er, and Ills I'limlraii liridc, Miirlnn dam i l.r of lie I'aollH. from tlit ninr li runs vendcua, understanding Hint his reward Ih Id ba thi- luunl of the girl lie ! Enid Anntrutlifi . sister nf the. Kiik- HkIi li'iiionan'. The four fly fnim Mac in in Maraetllaa on board the Krnnoh si urn i Constantino, The vendetta pui sues and uk tin- uimrtct are about to tumid the train fur London it Marseilles, Marina In handed n in vst.rluiis noti' whli'h causes her to collapse and i ssi- tatei a postponement of the Journey. Barnes and Knld arc married Scion after their wedding Barnes' hrlde ills appears HnrneK discovers she has ticen kidnaped and ...

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. — 8 May 1909

WARNING TO ALL CONCZHNED Simple and Comprehensive Sinn Put Up by Small Boy with a j Grievance. The I .Mtit; went us lived In a corner hiitisi' no r:iKil ncrcHsihle from the Mrct ilii.t iliiv war OMaUaUy an noyr?d b) prisons liiiKlnR to askwliPii' other ios. Ilile 'UihahlUuitH of thai block . to he found. Finally. evad ed to (1 (peratlon by thexi' Interrup tion.!, the family boy attempted to put o slop to the inttKance. "I riichh. " said he, complacently, "there wont be any more folk a asic ItiK If the Itiownn, the Middles or tho Hansons live In this house. I've fixed 'em." 4 "W'hnl have you done?" queried Mrs. I.iiiikwoi th. "HniiK out a sign." "And what did you print on II, lad die?" ".Inst five words," replied Harold, proudly: " 'Nobody Uvea here but us.' " liipplncott's. COMFORTING. Doctor Most er fortunate you consulted me. I'm Just the very man to er cure you. Patient Ah, that's lucky! You are quite familiar with my complulnt, then? Doctor Familiar? My dear Blr, I've had It mys...

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. — 8 May 1909

r t I THE GARLAND GLOBE THE GARLAND GLOBE MATUUDAY, MAY 8. 1909. I METH0D8 FOR CONTROL OF THE CODLING MOTH. By E. D. Ball, Agricultural Experi ment Station, Logan, Utah. The development of the present ef- fflclent method for the control of the codling moth has not been the result of the work of any one man, or even of one generation of men. Banding and acraplng the bark were practic ed by our forefathers. No satisfac tory remedy, however, was known for the pest until after the discovery of the value of spraying with the ar senlcals for leaf-eating caterpillars. which was made In the early '70s. While using this remedy for other in crts it was found that the codling moth was reduced In numbers nt the same time. From this accidental discovery has arisen, by slow stops the method of control used In the Eastern states today. To control the lenf-eatlng Insects It was necess sry to use a fine mist spray. They wore also troubled with funKl nnd soon learned to mix bordeaux with It. nnd this...

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. — 22 May 1909

IaBfl -tlSBS I :ie THE GARLAND GLOBE I h.. " ' " """ " - '- - " .?""l " '"" ' " L ' ""j'i.i'' " --- - -. .-- - - ...... --- -- --- - - - - ---- il DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY JH Vol.4. No Hi. Published ot Garland, Utoh. Saturday, May 22. 1909 fl '1 Last Saturday's Game. Fielding's famous nine blew Into town last Saturday with fond hopes of whining 4 (Up first game of tlio series In tUo contest for tin- cup. Lowe mid Hiimslmw of the Hrlgkam team IM in th-dr lit,B.i, alMi Garland's nine refused to coutctt for tbe rnp uudor these conditions. A friendly game Ml Indulged in, however, nnd the oup contest culled off for the day. The game was full of irlngcr Hiid with the exception of n few wild plnys It wm h No. 1 demonstration of ball tossing. Jests for Gariatid allowed the visitors 8 hits while Lowe for Fielding gave the home team but 7. Considerable cn l hosiasui was manifested and rooters for lioth uluex howled themselves hoarse. TliS Mini and Sc...

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. — 22 May 1909

KB ' IB I STORV I I Mr. Barnes, I American I H Archibald Clavtring Gutter Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. Barnes of New York." "Mr. P..itrr of Taaaa." H "Than Froawknu.it." Etc. Oopj . ighl. igpr. ihmki aM 4 Co.. N. Y. I 8YNOPSI8. Burton II Mimics. u wealth v American tnurlriK I 'oral, a, reirun tit, v Kim lluli lieutenant. Kdwnrd flerurd Atisti-utli- er. and bin t'urslcan bride Manna, dmiRliliT of Hi. Paotta, rr.iin Hi.- linn dermis vendetta. underatandliiK H'' hl reward li .,- ii,,. hand nf :in irl i-- w Wives. Knld AnatruUier, sister ,,f Hi- Kim- llah llsutcna.nl The four fly fi-.nn elo l Marseilles an Ixmnl (lie Kr.-n, h steamer t'oinUntitlnc Tli vendetta put ailes ,m. mm lh,. ijunili-l nr.- iil,.nl In POovrd llir Haiti f,.r London nl Miiih.-III.-b. efnnua Is handed a mysterious nut,' which niiim.j her lo collapse aii.l tales a postponement nf tin' Inurncy Barnes and Knld up. mini i S...,n after ili..i- wedding Bm'.ikh' hrid.- ll- l. appears, Ilarnes dtse.n ,. . Ii.-im bee...

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. — 22 May 1909

I """"" - fmmmmmmmmmmmwmmm mmmmm mm mmmm wm MmMMCUREm Will, cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not Bright a p.we A beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. or Diabetes RITER BROS. GARLAND AND TREMONTON DRUG STORE O. .S L. TIME TABLE Faaeenser No. 82 Passenger No. SI -OUTB B0UHD- -M0BTB BOUMD- Malad 7.80 a as U, Brlhani :10 p m S Garland 8:42 mm Lt Corinne 620 p m 1 Tremont 8:47 an Lt Tremont (.46 p m Lv Corinne t:17 an Lt Garland :60 p m ' Brta-ham 8:40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p n Connects with Cache Connecta with Caeha V.l tar tram No. 11 for Vallc, train No 11 from Oa-dan and Salt Lake. Ofden and Salt Lake. MIXED TRAIN. North Bound. Leaves Ogdcn 8:20 a.m. " Bngham.. ..9:55 a. m. " Corinne 10:10 a. m. " Tremont.. .10:52 a. m. " Garland .. 11:20 a. m. Arrives at Malad 1:00 p. m. South Bound. Letves Malad i:2op.m " (iarland 3:25 p.m. Tremont .. ..3:40 p. m " Corinne 4:30 p. m. Brigham .. . .4:55 p.m. Arrives at Ojjden .... 6:25p. m F. F. Gross, Local Agent, G-xrland Ut...

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. — 22 May 1909

jj 1 He GARLAND GLOBE U """"'"'T TWnri gj imiil IHimilini II I I I IBBWBaaBaaBatMWaSaUIIIBaaaaaai aaBBWa ' ' mm ' ' W TIIE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. J A.AVixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I Telephone No 52 J Entered aa ..rorcl-cla, . matter February 17, 106, at the poet oTlce at Gailnml. Utah, under t I'm Act of Congrwi of March 8. 1B7J. Subscribers who full to reecho their papers regularly, please notify till office SATURDAY, MAY 33, Ifxil). METHODS FOR CONTROL OF THE CODLING MOTH. By E. D. Ball, Agricultuial Experi ment Station, Logan, Utah. (Continued from last week.) How to Spray. The driving spray, as now used, la ippltd only to the blossoms, no at tention being paid to the leave?, but every calyx cup must be filled with the poison. To do this, the nowle should be act so as to throw fine drops u distance of six feet before they break into a mist. With one hun dred to two hundred pounds of pres sure this can be done. Nearly all of the liUvsoins paint upjvurd, a few on the outptde of ...

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. — 29 May 1909

:rr-- THE GARLAND GLOBE I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY Vol.4. No 17. Published at Oarland, Utah. Saturday, Mv 29,1909 I I ! . l Everybody in Garland Should Oppose the Change A petition was presented by Mrs Rowena Jensen at the last meeting of the County Court requested th? board of County Commissioners to make n change In the rond near her farm at Point Lookout. The change, If made, would bo a detriment to the welfare of our to.vn In as much as It would make Trcmonton the hcadquirters for all of Western Box Elder. All traffic from the west would go through our neighboring town In stead of coming here. Trcmonton lins taken our rttral mall routes now see that she don't get the western traffic too. Another matter The mountain road Is two to one the best and If the lower road Is granted all westerners who wish to come to Garland will have a heavy hill to climb and they will no doubt go the other way. Get out a petition right away and oppose the cha...

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. — 29 May 1909

I I flj I J The Garland Globe H 8 I V Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH Termi of Subscription: One rear (In advance) 1.6n i 81 months 78 Three months ....!.!! 60 AdTertlatng ratea furnished on op plication. J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I UTAH STATU NEWS The sugar beet crop about Wlllard has been damaged ly blight. There will be more than 400 gradu ales this year from the eighth grade In (ho public schools of Utah county. (luat Johnson a Swedish laborer, was Rilled by a passenger train at l.keslde, his body being litem My ground to pieces. Rudolph Kremer of Ogden is dead as tho result of Injuries received ahen he wiis thrown from a light wagon ly the shying of his horse. rive gnuglng silicons to determine the annual flow of the itrwuns In Efrn ery county, have beon established T.ie work wlJI cost 14,000. George Davis, found guilty of run ning a "blind pig" in Bait Lake City, has been sentenced to 180 days Im prisonment in the city Jail. Promoters of the Utah & South west...

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. — 29 May 1909

eta I at 1 DEATH OF COUNT VON HAAKE. Hit Tragic End in Wlldtrnttt Graphic ally Dttcrlbtd by Comradt, Now the Only Living Wltnett. The Nation Tribune recently pub llHhed a brief history of the Fifty-tec-ond New York regiment, of which Count Von Haake was a member and captain of Company Q Mis death oc- cuired at Po River, Pa., on May 10, IMil, and Ir best told by Stephen W. Oakley of Chicago. It It at follows 1 am probably the only one living who witnessed the thrilling and tragic death of Count Von Maake. It oc curred at Po River, Va , May 10, 1864. Count Von Maake was the captain of my company (O), and about midday on the 10th our regiment (the Flfty Recond New York) advanced and oc cupied a position In a dense wood where we encountered the rebel tklr misherR, who stubbornly resisted om in - . He Fell Betide Me, Shot Through the Chett. advance, a resistance In which they I were aided by their batteries, which I commenced a vigorous shelling of the woods In our Immediate vicinity. 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. — 29 May 1909

LBBBBBBI la., i - i 1MaSaganSngSgSgSJSJnngSJBBBBJBnnSanSaAngm H SHE DID IT. M f Mr- rat So your huabnnd has H ' "topped smoking? n must have taken 1 ' considerable will power? H J Mm. Thlnne All I had. H Family Medicine Cheat. 1 Kvery mother of sons ought to keep en "accident box" containing a spool H adhesive plaster, a package of car bolaled cotton, a bottle of boraclc acid H and some Koft old linen A fresh cut H should be carefMlly bathed Immediate H jj ly "d bandaged to keep out the dirt. M which so often contains germs of lock Jv. If there is much bleeding, first elose the wound with the plaster, (hen H cover It with the cotton. An applies- thin of alcohol will easily remove the m plaster. How's This? H w" "flrr n" Itimdn1 Dollar llewanl tor nf H S""1 'atarrn that cannot he- runnl by llall'J m fmtarrh ( tire, ... CHUNK V CO., Tnlrrin. o. H .1 V"" '""'""''""I. bave known f J ( hi ii.y gJJB .U" "' l5 y1"1. nl brlh-vo hi. i, prrfrctlv him H "!Sr " linelnene tranmrtioi.n Mid Itnanr...

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. — 29 May 1909

cSp11 t TLB - AJsW XTEVHT ,22FiwA iLMlN Earl Marble, fafffirf5?k Day. Ft Pyk'nP1013 richly laden, To iJMMwmg MayyvT vA3S2k ff6JTO? of fabled .'Aiden On res-olrme5gs gonef TSfefore. WJWm" she"SaidTuainUy; 1 ldn dvTT nWner satnUy; For wrapS " w 2S9lSlh,T Jrave shf faropked '"sornk rose's The vW for thoughts as earth-life closes." And thenjrtiibearyouk Harold,vGray, -Thel.gfaWsonott" the soldier sleeping, y&m- TA HfcplnK did': play, friW hea" the blood, came leaping. His tsp the maidenV soft hand sought, - y.The .While they stood half glad, half weeping He scattering flowers he had brought; Above the hero in death sleeping. "Twas nice you should remember hirn,M He said, 'by such a loving toKen." "A hero," she replied, eyes dim" N "So all the neighbors oft havespoKen." They slowly, sadly turned away, "vN And soon the two were homeward walKing Sweet Mollie Dean, brave Harold Gray Of things not in their thoughts just talKing. "When suddenly ,Tve lost my heart!" Her voice leaped upward...

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. — 29 May 1909

I j JLiflllgJl Depends on 1 1 Heartily Diction ny MAMR Mill i I ' Al QHTER depends on the digestion, or rather indigestion. I W One (inni)t laugh heartily unlww, in the words of I ! ' '" sfcrrie, "iir's "little Mary" is in perfect onler. On the I sfijllfl "'"K0- when (lie lime for fl llltltfll ronies, illlil ll -j Hi i '.iH lines I I BgWM '" ''"' "nine spots, I can a I warn tell il someone fails to liiiigh. I 9lfWr n' w'"'" ' notu e ii I snv to myself : "Poor man, hi -' aeli I TUjr ii "" of onler." I CTIh , ' "in not lending up to an advertisement for some I sbbbbbbbbsJ 'lip-stive tablet. Hut if you have thai tight-band feeling I about the bead that tingling of the temple a sinking I feeling now and then I'll tell you what you need. You must see old I 1 Jx1 Merry at the pharmacy of laughter. And, ohl whal a hard time "Id I Doc Merry has in keeping bis bottles filled up, for it's a rare old com- I pound, this laughter bard to make. Its ingredients are not easy to mix the thought, 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. — 29 May 1909

RECRIMINATIONS. She You have now more than a I dostfl HhlrtH, and when we were mar- j j rleil you had only ono solitary one! 1 He Y.ps, but that one didn't need I mending! The Cause of War. 1 The fair yomiK debutante wan sur- I rounded by an admiring crowd of of 1 Ben at the rolonel'ii ball. Mamma was standing nem by, smiling compla cently at her daughter's social sue cpsb. The discussion was over the quarrel of the day before between two brother oftlcera. "What was the casus belli?" asked the fair debutante. 'Maud!" exclaimed mamma In a shocked voice. "How often have I told you to say stommh?" Success Magazine. Memorial to Brave Explorer. A memorial has Just been erected In Kensington cemetery. London, to the memory of Admiral Sir Francis I i opold MeOllntock, the Arctic ex- i plorer and discoverer of the lost Franklin expedition. It takes the form of an old style wheel cross standing n a massive molded base, j reaching to a height of ten feet and erected In rough silver-gray ('m n...

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. — 29 May 1909

THE GARLAND GLOBE THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. J A.Wixom, . . Editor and iMngr. Telephone No 52 BnUrasl as scwond-alaaa matter February 17. IKW. at tha poat offlea at Qarland. Uuh. undar tha Art of Contra, of March J. 1ST. Subscribers who fall to receive their PI"th regularly, please notify this office 8ATURDAY, MAY 29, 1909. Local Happenings. Decoration Day to-morrow. Flag Day, Monday June :4th. Eph Coombs went to Spanish Fork Tuesday. Mosiah Evans was a Salt Lake visitor Tuesday. Jensen Bros, are having a big removal sale this week. D. E. Manning has had a severe attack of rheumatism this week. Fred Manning returned yester day from a trip to Blue Creek. J. F. Owens and W. R. Van fleet were Ogden visitors Satur day. Mrs. T. E. Secrist of Farm ington is visiting relatives in this city and vicinity. Joseph Jensen, who has been quite sick for the past ten days, is favorably recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Edwards and family left yesterday for Lehi to visit relatives and friends. Mr...

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. — 5 June 1909

ss3 I i THE GARLAND GLOBE- I D&VOTSD TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.4. No 18. Published ot Oarland, Utah. Saturday, Jnnc 5, 1909 I Sanitary Drain and Sewer. The big Sanitary Drain and Sewer for Garland is a go I at last. The Utah Idaho Sugar Co. will Vgln the work right away of putting in a sanlatary drain and newer on Austin street. The drain will extend from the har row pond near the O. 8. L. dapot to the Company' alio at the Sugar Factory . At the Oarland office of the Utah Idaho Sugar Co. Tuesday, bids from a number of contractors were opened and Davis A Ilcuser of Salt Lake Cltr wore the lowest bidders. The awarding of the contract will be made through the Company's head office at Salt Lake and In all prohality the bid Of Davis A Hcuser will ho accepted. Auatln street is an ideal location for the drain as the southern portion of town which slopes to the south, can be drained to the north and the land north of the drain has a natural southe...

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. — 5 June 1909

The Garland Globe Published Evtry Saturday at OAKLAND ..... UTAH Terms of Subscription: One year (in advance) $1.60 Six months 7B Three months 60 Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. J. A. Wixom.... Editor and Manager UTAH STATU NEWS It Id beloved that tho riprlFli n In the Sposane PBfte case will rem 'I l" a readjustment Of rates In the state Of I'tan. The gradua'es of the Cache county schools numher thin year 2U2. fifty more than have ever graduated lie fore In a single year. Smallpox Is raging in the town of Falrvlew, twelve cases being reported In four families, and the whole town has probahly been exposed. In attempting to alight from a rap idly moving street car In Salt Lake Injured, his fare being badly cut and his arms and legs bruised. The Idles of Ogden have filed arti cles of Incorporation. prearatory to erecting a handsome club house for the exclusive use of tne members of that lodge. In a stabbing affray which occurred at Murray between Jim Hlter and Mike Crlckv...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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