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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 9 August 1919

Hi H -- !.,v. -.1- ... . rlZ. THfe QAttLAfrb Citt ft'LoSfe, QAftLAMb, UtAH , BBfl M- -MM I Ml 1 I I . i , ! THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE I H J SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1919 j H I ! LOCAL HAPPENINGS M Miss Winnie Harris was a M passenger to Salt Lake City last H Saturday. M Joseph Wing unci daughter, m Miss Doilothy Wing, spent last M Friday in Ogden. M It. L. Bush, wife and children M and Mrs. D. A. Bush motored to M Cornish and Preston, Idaho, last m Sunday. m J. A. Farnsworth and Joseph M Wing motored to Malad City Id- flj alio, Wednesday in the interest i of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. U Mrs. Viola Burton, bookkeeper H at the Bank of Garland, Is off w on a vacation and is visiting j relatives and friends in Salt Lake City this week. M Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. Petterson H and children returned Monday M from Soda Springs, Idaho, where M they have been on an outing for M 'the past two months or more. M Mrs. Eph Coombs, who hat fl been to the National Yellowstono M Park on an outing with' rcla- H tives,...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

1 --flfflk Dent, of Wur HlHtory I ,- ,' vv - rr53El n rtA" '?t ' ''"'" r I I OAKLAND CITY THJC METROPOLIS COM ilHRCIAL ANDgNANClAL CENTER OF THE GREAT B1MR RIVER VALLEY S?T H illp THE GARLANi CITY " GLOBE Mi I COVEPS THE BEAR RIVER JV ALLEY LIKE fl BLANKET VOL. XIV GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919 No. 29. I Ladies' Self I Gulture Club 9 Mrs. Horace Welling enter- I tairicd the Ladles, Self-Culture I', Club at the Homo of Mrs. Dixie t, Shelton, Friday afternoon, Aug- I UBt 8th, President Mrs. M. Fol- I etcd presiding. I There wero thirteen rem- R fcers present with the following I,.' named ladies as guests of the I" , hostess: Mesdamcs G. W. Brad- p Iford, R. C. Lowe, J. A. Farns- 3 worth, F. A. Driggs, S. C. Snkl- I er, Ada Cook, W. II. Evans, Les- lie Grovcr of DilllngB, Mont, and I Miss Nellie Barnard. 0 The Program: ii Club Collect Read by Mrs. IT C. H. Hales. '; Subject Tho Life of Eugene JT Field Mrs W. M. Cragun. M Musical selections were plny- jf cd on tho Victoria. M...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

I I 1 THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ----- ! I Handy Things Our Toilet Pieces singly or In sets, in coses or rollsfor traveling or your dressing tnblo a guarantee of comfort. hhh I Our rcaaonable prices case tho BOYD PARK H MAKERS OF JEWELRY BBB tM MAIN STRUT SALT LAKE CITY H , Gathering Life's Gold. BBJ The gold of life doo nut lie hldilon BBJ Ifn mines; It sparkleH In tiny snn(Is BBJ all alone the common pntli of every BBJ day. Itc only who gathers It lilt by bit BBJ 2rtxn daily duties and pleasure nml BBJ rrrrortunltlcs nnd friendships will llpd BBJ himself the possessor of the real trcas- BBJ are H Business Courses BBJ Stenography Bookkeeping BBbJ Dictapliono Typewriting BBJ Civil Service Posting Machine H L. D. S. Business College B Salt Lako City, Utah BjBJB Day and Evening All the Year BBJ For the Yeaeher. BBbJ Nb one Is (no ymmg-or too oM - bo BBJ Improved with tho fnct that obcdlenco B l thi law of life. Show Its rewards B tnd Its test of rilsclplr-shlpt When one M w...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

' hhyhihihi hVV HhHHJ BmwmwJ HHBB1 HVHVfl HHhhi THE OAKLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH Hi I Dice of Destiny ; .; By JACKSON GREGORY j Copyright I 'If ' - I ON THE MEXICAN BORDER 1 Action, always action, It the , outstanding feature of this stir, ring romance by Jackson Greg. 1 ' ory. "Dice of Destiny" Is a tale of the Mexican border, about as lively a spot as there Is In the world. The actors In the story are Interesting for themselves, aside from their thrilling story a fine old Spaniard living on his ancestral estate this side of the border; his villainous kins man, with his rascally accom. ' pllces; his entirely charming ! granddaughter; his efficient ' young American neighbor, and various Mexican bandits from across the border. Love, dan ger, fighting, a Just retribution and a happy ending all the I elements of a thrilling tale are here. And the tale Is well told, CHAPTER I. An Error Rectified. Pedro, tlio mestizo, having lighted the wnx (npers In tho mnsslvo candle I atlcks, hav...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH ... - Mil ' I "' ill Ml H Garland City Globe 1 INDEPENDENT. H -J. A. Wixom, Editor & Mgr. H Bell 'phono No. G2. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: H One Year (in advance) . . . $2.00 H Slx Months $1.00 1 Three Months GOc Entered as second-class mat- H tcr, February 10, 100G, at the B post office at Garland. Utah, under the Act of Congress of B March 3, 1879. B Susorlbcrs who fail to rc- H y-joive their papers regularly, H please notify this office. H SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919 B DA VEECTRA LOAN H "' H 1 um' for teenk dnt anny nmn H Could be da gcoda 'Morlcan, H No nmttra whoro upon decs enrth H Get com' da lamia for hcos birth, H So Ion; ho speak, w'en ho oes here, Enough InRlalco bo ho can chcor H And Joosta wave, hcoa hat an' Bay: H "Da rodda, whlta, bluo, hooray 1" H I use' for teenk cet oes enough H Ef you could Jooata malt a bluff; H Pretand to love your fellow-man H But aloo akoen heom all you can. H Eot mak no odds how mooch you 11 H So Iona, w'...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH . ... I COAL SHORTAGE ON WAY; t.VT. ; SAYS BUY NOW May Be Repetition of 1917-18 Conditions Next Winter Says ! Geological Survey. MINES IDLE WITHOUT ORDERS. "Those Who Delay Ordering . - Longer May Not Get Their Fuel Later On. The United States Geological Suite announces from WuslilnRton the proh. ability of another general conl short age next fall nnd winter. Tho an nounccment Is based, tho Surrey tatcs, upon a nation-wide study of conditions In the bituminous Held. Unless steps are taken nt once, tho Survey says, to placo tho mines upon basis of Increased production tlieru Is every prospect of a repetition to some degree of the situation that pre vailed In the United States during the winter of 1017-18. The only way production can be stim ulated at tho present time, It Is said, Is by placing orders with the mines for coal which "will be needed later on. "Production during the first live months of tho year," reads the statement, "fell B7,i!t)2,0...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH I I I The HILLMAN I I By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM H CHAPTER XIX Continued. M The reception In honor of tlio little m company of French tragedians, at M which almost tho wholo of tho English H stage and a sprinkling of socloty pco- H pin were present, was a complete sue H cess. Louise mado a charming host- H ess, and Sir Edward moro than ever H Justified his reputation for Baying tho M right thing to tho right person at the H right moment Tho rooms wcro crowd- H eil with thrones of distinguished peo- H pic, who all seemed to havo plenty to H i sny to ono another. H Tho only person, perhaps, who H j found himself curiously 111 nt caso wan H John. Ho heard nothing but French H on nil sides of him a lnngungo which H ) ho rend wltli some facility, but which H i ho spoko llko a schoolboy. lie hail H been wandering about for moro than H an hour beforo LouIbo discovered him. H Hho at once left her placo nnd crossed H (ho room to whero ho was standing by ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

sH sssS I ' ; THE, GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH FOOD PROFITEERS ARE DENOUNCED BY I PRESIDENT WILSON I Comprehensive. Extension of tho I Present Food Control Act I ( Is Recommended. 8ITUATI0N CRITICAL A(JD DIFFI- CULT AND MUST BE IvlET WITH ' COURAGE AND RESOURCE. Calm and Deliberate Consideration Rather Than Hasty Action Is Called For by the Present Sltua. H tlon of the Country. Wnshlnston. Extension of tho pros- ent food control net. both ns to Its pt- rlod of operation nnd to Include nil commodities Indisputably necessaries of life, roRulatlon of cold storago to define the limits within which food- stuffs can bo held; inarklng of' nl Roods destined for Intcrstnto com- mcrce with tlio prlco nt' which they left the bands of tho producer; fed- crnl licenses for nil corporations and persons ensoRed In Interstato com- mcrce, which will provlilo for com- petltlvo selling nnd pnssnRo of the pending bill giving tho cnpltnl Issues committee control of security Issues, nro tho remedies...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 16 August 1919

RRRRRRRRJ H THE QARLAND CITy QLOBE. QARLAND, UTAH ' , : ' , THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE! M SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1919 RRRl i LOCAL HAPPENINGS RRRRRRRRI H Mrs. W. M. Cragun and child-' RRRR rcu motored to Ogdcn last Sat- RRRRj urdny, returning Monday even- fl Mrs. G. Reynold Watkins of . RRRRj Brighum City, is the guest of RRRj her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. RRRRj E. King. H Qebrge Godfrey of Fielding RRRRj was in Garland on business RRRRj Wednesday. H The Misses Eulalia and Viola RRRRj Petei-son were Ogden visitors I last Sunday. H ' Miss Marine Dunn of Provo, H is u guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. RRRRj Baker this week. H Miss Thclma Baker returned R Friday of last week from an ex- H l tended visit with relatives and RRRfl friends in Provo. H ' Harry T. Martin, propletor of RRRSj Club Billiard Hall, was in Salt RRRa Lake on business Monday and RRfcV Tuesday of this week. H Miss Delia Hall of Ogden was RRRfl a last Saturday and Sunday RRRRj guest of Miss Flo Peterson. H ' The Misses Bcrnlco ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

lWH90ffft13ja?ErFfBKRfcnBmi&rfMSI0GSkLi2Ot$J&Bi&23 , jPTMWBBTBKJtHHBPMJTftCTBMCTMrtirttrTwaBrwi-r - .- s. .-..i fcr tTJfcaHJaJMBBBaWWBWa'yJ iZe Y"""" a"iaaiweaBBBjiaiaaiiaBBa:aBBaBaaB --pi eH ." M fet,Ue Cnpltol we v- i 7i v.(.r lCm, I ,1 " -L.J yC'Vv- i ijJHyr a . -, ;.: air , ' k GARLAND CITY THE MErTR0POU86oailtoRClAL'AWFINAkciAL CENTER OF THE GREAT B&AR RIVMR VaLLEJY M I I THE GARLANf) CITY GLOBE f sSIf-1 - I COVERS THE DEAR RIVER j V A L L E Y LIKE A BLANK E T H VOL. XIV GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919 No.30. Quarterly Conference The quarterly conference of the Bear River Stake will bo held next Saturday and Sunday, August 30th und 31st On Saturday, at 11 o'clock a. m., there will be a general Priesthood meeting and all male members of the church, bear ing the Priesthood, are instruct ed to be present. I Public meetings will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock p. in. and Sunday at 10:30 o' clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p. in. Visitors from Salt Lake will be in at...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH BRIEF REVIEW OF 1 A WEEKEVENTS H ftKCORD OP THI IMPORTANT 1 u HAPPENINGS IN ITEM 1 IZED FORM H H Homa and Foralon News aatharM H From All Quarters of the Worll, H and Prepared for Buiy Mm H INTERMOUNTAIN. H Mrs. Anna Klclioy of Fossil, Wyo., H B cnttleworann SO yenrs of ago, In suf- H iorlng from u shattered left arm, tho H result of a shot fired at her by a H masked highwayman. H Flro of unknown origin destroyed the H Ryan fnilt company warehouse nt H Butte, causing u loss of $100,000. Tho H building ami large quantities of storcU H Ifood wero destroyed. H Ten tons of fish, said to havo been H stored for so long that they nru bo- H ginning to spoil, wero seized nt tho H Dcnvor I eo and Cold Storage Co. plant H by tho statu board of health. H Mrs. John Sanger, wealthy uud H prominent In exclusive Denver society H circles, died Monday from Injuries re- H eclved when a motor ear loaded en H routo to n picnic, was Htrtick by u H freight train nea...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

bbI BBB THE GAKLAND .CIT.Y GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH . THE HILLMAN Une Story I 1 ' - By E. PHILLIPS OPPENHEttW I I CHAPTER XXI Continued. 12 "My own reputation," sho mur mured, "Is absolutely of no conse quence, but remember that you live hero, nnd " "Don't bo silly I" ho Interrupted. "What Uoos that matter? And besides, according to you and all tho rest of you here, theso things don't affect a man's reputation they nro expected of him. Sec, I havo rung tho bell for breakfast. Now I am going to tele phone down for a messenger boy to go for your clothes." They breakfasted together, n llttlo later, and she made him smoko. lie stood beforo tho window, looking down upon tho river, with his pipe In his mouth nnd an unfamiliar look upon his face. "Do you suppose that Loulso knows anything!" be asked at length. "I should think not." she replied. "It Is for you to tell her. I rang up 1 tho prince's houso while you wero In tho bathroom. They say that ho has h a broken rib and some bad cuts, sin- ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ---- Garland City Globe H INDEPENDENT. H J. A. Wlxom, Editor & Mgr. H - Boll 'phono No. 52. H TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: B Ono Year (in advance).'. .$2.00 H lx Months $1.00 M Three Months 50c mL Entered us second-class mat- kW ter, February 10, 1906, at the H post offico at Garland. Utah, B under tho Act of Congress of LM March 3, 1879. mL t Suscrlbcrs who fail to re- H fceivo their papers regularly, H plcaso notify this office. B SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919 M Aditional Local H Thursday morning a fine girl H canic to tho homo of Mr. and H Mrs. Geo. Stcnquist. H Dr. W. M. Cragun made a H business trip to Portage and tho H Pocntello valley Thursday. H Miss Nellie Barnard leaves H for Salt Lake tomorrow to tako H np her work in the schools. H A fine daughter arrived at H the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ccpus H E. Anderson Tuesday morning H of this week. H Garland's Mammoth HAR- LM VEST SALE bcginB next Satur- H day, August 30th, and will con- H tlnuc for ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

bbbbbVP( ' m THE QARLAND CITY GLOBE. QARLAND,' UTAH HIS AUTO IS HIS HOTEL i Virginia Family Travel to Coast In Unique Vehicle. A rolling hotel Is tho conveyance In which Joseph h. BIckcrstatf of Rich mond, Vn., arrived In Minneapolis re cently enrouto from Richmond to San' Francisco. Mr. Blckertaff has his car arranged 30 that tho hack neat 1s hinged to pro fide sleeping accommodations. A cook Ug outfit Is fastened to tho running loard. A family enmo through from Okln - horan. They said fhey wore tho ad J' vance guard of many from that SJnto who wilt spend tho summer nt tho I lakes In Mlnncntn. $100 Reward. $1M The readers of this paper will to pleased to learn that ther Is at least one dreaded dlseaso that science has been able to cure In all Its stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being- greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the Dlood on the Mucoui Bur- I faces of the Bystem ther...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

bbbbbI H BBBBBI BBl H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAtt " I H Handy Things HHj Our Toilet Pieces ilngly or Mb In sots, in cases or rollsfor Ml traveling or your dressing tnblo a guarantee of comfort. Our rcnnsMiablo prices enso tho wny. BOYD PARK HjBJ MAKERS OF JEWELRY Wo MAIN J rutl SALT LAJCI CITY M Business Courses HHj Stenography Bookkeeping HH Dictaphone Typewriting HAV Civil Service Posting Machine HHj L. D. S. Business College I"" Sll Lnha Clly, Utah Day and Evening All the Year I Typewriters HBfl All makes R'nted, Itrnnlrerf. SoliL MM Wrtlafor prlcaa-97.00 lo 4100. H Utah Office and School Supply BBl 32 W. 2nd South. Salt twite City. Ulh BBm' HELP WANTED J' f1""10'1-' """ HHai , ul "VV '"burlier trails. Slanrimail BlBfJ lowiu need Intr)cm: itnrvil nit'rtunoata odo lonncn OTorcIrllBf. Harlicnt In arnfr have LJB lorat a oltlccra rnniinUnlnn. 0t preparad ssMsl I? '.?" w?'k- Call nr wrlle. Moler Harbor fl Collcgr. 41 M. Wot Temple Ht Halt Lake Oily. I RICH WITH CHARM OF AQE...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

I i BJ ' -" i I B I " " bV bi bWJ bbI bbj BVJ THE GARTaAND CTTV GLOBE. GARLAND. UTAH '- , H I Lift off Corns! H Doesn't hurt a bit and Freczona H costs only a few cents. I :h With jwar Bngcrs't Tfoucnn'llft'dff B any hard corn, -soft corn, or 'corn bc B tween the toes, nnd tho linrdskln'cdl B tssos from lidttom 'of ifedt. B A tiny todttlo of "FrcMono" 'costs llttlo at anyUrug storo; apply a 'few B, -drops upon 'tho corn or callus. In B vtontly It -stops hurting, then shortly B you lift thnt bbthcrBomo corn' or1 callus B Tight 'Off, 'root and all, without ono 'bit B 'ofpnln'or-Borcncss. Trulyl Nohum- 'bud B " The Reminiscent Fraction. B "I mipposo I'm koUIiir to bo n'bnck B tnunlbcr," rcniurkcd Undo 1)111 Hottlc- B 'top Fu'dly. "Whnt number?" Inquired tho vlllngo B ,wng. "I 'haven't thought nbout that. I B kuoss It's nbout two nud seventy-live B hnndrcilths." .Reducing the Tariff. My inther being a minister, I ilmil the (jluttsuro of being entertulued tin several .occasions. Once, wh...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 23 August 1919

l I LaaaV 'I I I ...... THE OAKLAND ClTtf GLODC uARLAND, UTAH . -., J I i THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE: H S SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1919 H I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H Stake Quarterly Conference 1 Aug. 30th. and 31st. M Airs. D. W. Butters of Dayton, H Idnho, is the guest of Mrs. Jas H J. Thompson. H Mrs. Mm. Coombs and baby H of Logan, are guests of Mr. and H Mrs. S. J. Bevan. H D. Abrainson returned to H Salt Luke Friday of last week H after a visit here of about a H A number of our residents H went over to Logan Wednesday H to attend the ' Great "Homc- H Coining" celebration held there. H Mrs Wallis Edwards and baby H of Spanish Fork are here on n H visit, being guests of Mrs. Ed- H wards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H Eph Coombs. H Mrs. Caroline Jacobson and H Mrs. Mary Backman returned H last Saturday to Salt Lake City H after a pleasant visit with Mr. H and Mrs. M. Foisted. H Mr. and Mrs. Alma Jacobson H of Ilolbrook, Idaho, were guests H of Mr. and Mrs. M. Felstod B Thursday and Friday of last K we...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

I 'I " h y i ,J,V- M Dept of War Ulstoiy H ,. ufr"Jr J 1 f. B'V '"251 ' . St"teCaiiUol.Di,ie GARLAND CITY THM METROPOLIS COM MERCIAL AND FINANCIAL CENTER OP THE GREAT B&AR RIVMR VALLEY H I J ' if I j ADVERTISE in the ! ffAf KTi gf A Il A Ik T IV J " WHP T If Afl DON'T forget to roaa J paper that goes into ! I W-M Mj I v A II I A lA I 11 I 11 I.H IILjLw tho advertisements in J I i zssszr Inc UAKLAllfLlI I ULUdE slku i I ' ' Jik C 0 V E P S THE PEAR RIVER fjA L L E Y LIKE A BLANKET ' H VOL. XIV GARLAND, UTAH, SATURY, AUGUST 30, 1919 No. 31J H Military Band Grand Ball Tlie dance given at tho Pal aco on Wednesday evening o this week by tho Garland Mill tary Band, In collection witli ' tho Garland Business Men' , Association and tho Ladies Self Culture Club, was a com ! plete social and financial suce j ess. This dance was given for the purpose of providing funds with . which to pay for the now in ' ' 8truments tho Band has recent ly bought from tho East. lie ! freshments were csrved...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

M t THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' --w. I BRIEF REVIEW OF I A WEEO EVENTS H flKCOnD OF THK IMPORTANT H HAPPENINGS IN ITEM-. H IZED FORM H Horn and Foreign News atthtr) H From All Quartora of tho Wort, H and Prepared for Buay Mm H INTERMOUNTAIN. H A special session of Uiq Utnli legls- H .oturo tins been culled fur September H 2f), for tlio iinnoso of considering rnt- H Iflcutlon of thu national woman's stiff- H rage amendment, and tho high cost H Ten Scuttle commission men ware H urrestcd Monday, charged with hoard- H Ins 000,000 pound of potatoes lu un H attempt to Increase prices. Four of H tlio ten wore Japanese. H Oregon retail clothiers organized at H Portland mill announced the first bust- H nes of their iisHoclntlon would lie to H Investigate Increases "by eastern tiimi- H ufnetururs" In thu prices of clothing. H Might forcHt fires arc burning on H thu went side of thu inountulns of Glu- H clcr park mid two on the vast, It was H reported at Kullspcll, Mont., but for H...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

S5a5twi!ua J-i4iis ' 7 ' "i 1 THE GARLAND CITY, GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' i ' " Choice bits of veal, creamery butter and fresh gBS combine with other tempting ingredients to give Libby'g Veal Loaf its delicate, appetizing: flavor. Order a package from your grocer today. Libby, M?NH Lihby, Chicago iParchmented, Leather Valuable., IParchmented leather has greater strength whllo Inciting tlio elasticity of tanned leather, nml" tho belting of M. Fcllco Gllnnllrl of Turin In designed to comblno theso special qualities. The hldo being Impressed deeply with n trolllswork pattern, tho compressed ' iportlons are unalTectcd by tannine mgents, whllo tlio Interior of the itncslies Is tanned In tho usual way. 'Tho product lias the required elasticity and Is claimed to bo ro strong that belta may bo much anrrowcr than tho ordinary. AS YOUNG 'AS' YOUR KIDNEYS The Dfeift of youth is ELIMINA TION br POISONS from your body. This done, you can llvo to bo a hundred ,and cnloy tho good things of life with ...

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