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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 June 1906

PRACTICES DF THE PACKERS H Disease and Death Lurk in H tiie Meat Product Sent H Out From Chicago. H President Roosevelt Sends a Message H to Congress Urging the Pnssage H of the Beverldge Amendment to H the Agricultural Appropriation H Washington. President Iloosovolt H on Momlny transmitted to congress H tlio report of Mcssro. Reynolds nnd H Nclll on existing conditions In the Chi- H cago pncklng houses. .Accompanying tho report was a message urging the H pnssago of tho Uoverldgo nmendment H to tho agricultural appropriation bill H making Inspoctlon of meat products H compulsory nt tho cost of tho packers. H The message follows: H "The Senate and Houso of Ilepro- BBBB scntntlvca: 1 transmit herewith tho BBBB report of Mr. James Dronson Key BBBB rolds and Commissioner Charles '. BBBB Nclll, tho special committee whom I BBBB nppolntcd to Invcstlgato Into tho con- BBBB dltlons In tho stockyards of Chicago, BBBB and report thereon to me. This re- BBBB port Is of it preliminary nature I...

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. — 9 June 1906

f I J BY MJARY gEVEREUX I tVlTH ILLUSTPATIONS BY DON C. VYIL50N (GpynfAf. &Q3, ty ,rtk,Snon7l4nrfComjyiv C4 PMi PttmrCJ f CHAPTER XVIII. When Lafltto and Grelolro wore ushored Into Napoleon's cabinet, and tho former' eyes full upon him ho had for so many years longed to Beo, his first sensation was that of pain. The slender form was gone, lost In tho personality of tho stout, middle aged man; who, lounging In a velvet cushioned chair, looked at Lafltto carelessly coldly, as at an entire stranger. His appearance and attitude boro out Qrelolro's remark, that It was said tho emperor was "strangely In different to everything." Every lino of tho listless face and relaxed form Indicated this. As tho ox-soldler approached and bowed low, a faint smile lightened Na poleon's repellent expression, and ho said graciously, "Qrelolre, I am ploasod to see you, and to know that you have not forgotton ono who thought highly of you In more pros perous days. Who Is this you bring with you?" "Sire,...

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. — 9 June 1906

Garland Globe Supplement U OAKLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNK Oth, 1000. 1 ',00 ! 1 . gin iVO, m I gor enr oro I - "2 ma: f 1 ro' a. V. la 0. IB )t 0 : . li M i r a ' t' ! ' ; ! , D Bl !j Gi Rl W Tl Ml t C D Co Ml B 1: ni Mi 1 Deseret Fanner Notes. Hon. George Austin, agrlcultuarl su perintendent of The- Utnli Sugar Co., re ports tlmt the beet for tlic Garland iinil Lchl factories are In most excellent con dltioii. There has never been a time In tlit." history of the Industry when the prospects were so favorable. School days are over, hikI the boys wilt now he Hide to find remunerative einployineni In the beet fields. Sugar beet growing Is an eveellent thin;.' fur the farmer with a number of boys to suport. Let the boys work In the beet Holds even If yon do not haw a patch of beets yourself. This kind of employ tnent Inculcates liablts of Industry and frugality, and removes the ly from the temptation of Idleness and the school of vicious habits constantly In session In the streets of all...

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. — 9 June 1906

I 1 5 Garland Globe Supplement. 1 ma OAKLAND, UTAH, SATUItDAY. JUNK Rtli, 1000. H Islrff 00,00 It till Cnl; rlgln novo) al In I ngnr ncnr ncor wcro lant Ills o Inj ' t iup- en ero '.T8. V. his U. his rst to all j or, nt 1 n- i Is i :;f 1 I I B i i D O i 11 I " 18 Deseret Farmer Notes. Hon George Austin, Hgrlenltiiurl su perintendent of The Utnh Sugar Co., re ports that the biots fur the Garland mid Lelil fiiclorles arc In most excellent con ilitlon. There hiis never been n time In the history of the Industry when the prospects uere so favorable. School days are over, and the hoys will now be able to ilml remunerative employment In the beet Holds. Sugar beet growing Is an excellent thing fur the fanner with a number of boys to support. Let the boys work in the beet llelds oven If you do not hnc :i patch of beets yourself. This kind of employ ment Inculcates habits of industry anil frugality, and removes the boy from the temptation of idleness mid the school of vicious habits constant...

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. — 9 June 1906

YOUNG WIDOW WILL PIGHT FOR MILLIONS OF HER FATHER-IN-LAW ----- Disposition of Estate of 'Samuel S. Brown, Pittsburg r Magnate, Heveals Scandal. LEFT MUCH MONEY TO HIS LATEST PET t GIrI at the Last Supplanted Wife or Dead Son in the Old Mart's Affections -Will Was Made as He I Lay on Ills Death Bed. 5 "Dcttcr an old man's darling tlmn jJ young man's slave," runs tha old song. Probably Martha E. Lewis will con cur, but Mrs. Grace McQoodwIn Drown, daughter-in-law of the lata Samuel S. Drown, Smoky City mag nato and multl-mllllonaire, can hard ly be expected to. Idolized and petted by her father-in-law for 15 years, taught to con sider herself his heiress, nnd Intro duced everywhere as his daughter, sho i finds herself left n paltry $30,000, wlille her supplantcr, Martha 12. Lewis, has been given a sum exceed ing $250,000. 1 . And a contest In the courts which " will enrich lawyers and furnish Bcnsa- tlons to satisfy the most scandal- ? hungry dame Is promised. I For Mrs. Drown and all ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 June 1906

M ,bhI HHjf YOUNG WIDOW "WD! FIGHT FOR MILLIONS OF HER FATHER-IN-LAW K m m .1 i in. i H Disposition of Estate of 'Samuel S. Brown, Pittsburg Hfr Magnate, Heveals Scandal. H LEFT MUCH MONEY TO HIS LATEST PET HVM Girl at the Last Supplanted Wife of Dead Son in the Old H Mali's Affections Will Was Made as lie K Lay on His Death fled. BB "Better an old man's darling than HHm ft young man's slave," runs the old B song. Hf, Probably Mnrthu 13. Lewis will con- K cur, but Mrs. Grace McGoodwIn AH Brown, dnughtcr-tti-law of the lato R Samuel S. Itrown, Smoky City mag- H nato and multl-mllllonalre, can hard- K y be expected to. HHY Idolized nnd petted by her father- K. in-law far 15 yean), taught to con- K Bldor herself his heiress, nnd Intro- K duced everywhere as his daughter, alio pHf finds herself left n paltry $30,000, Hj while her supplanter, Martha E. HHT Lewis, lms been given a sum exceed- pH log $250,000. H , And a contest In the courts which K "V. will enrich lawyers nnd furnish sens...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 June 1906

H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND UTAH, H Term of Subscription: H Ono year (In advance) 91.50 H -',. Bli months 7G H fhroo months E0 H Advertising rates furnished on ap H plication. H Entorod as Bocond-class mattor H Fobruary 17, 1900, at tho poBtofllco at H Oarland, Utah, ondor the Act of Con H fjTCss of Maroh 8, 1870. H l, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager VTAH STATE NEWS H A Commercial club has been formed 1 M Mount Pleasant. H Mnx Hayes was Injured by n envc- H n at tho Mttlo Hell mine at I'nrli M City. H' O. Sinclair was run over by an nu- H komobllo In Stilt Lake City iiml scrl- M ously Injured. M Tho Snnpcto county toachors will H hold their examinations In Kphrnlm, H ' June 7, 8 and 9. H , Tho business men of Lohl are put- H ting cement sidewalks In fiout or their H .places of business. H Lchl Id to havo u modern on inly fnc- H tory, tho finances being furnished by M lending cnpltnllHtK of tho town. H Peter Stubbs,. who catuo to Utah In H ISEIl, nnd ...

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. — 9 June 1906

YOUNG WIDOW Ml PIGHT FOR MILLIONS OF HER FATHER-IN-LAW Disposition of Estate of 'Samuel S. Brown, Pittsburg r Magnate, Keveals Scandal. LEFT MUCH MONEY TO HIS LATEST PET J -Girl at the Last Supplanted Wife of Dead Son 111 the Old 1 Mori's Affections -Will Was Made as He 1 Lay on His Death Oed. I "Better an old man's darling than a young man's slave," runs tho old Bong. Probably Martha K. Lewis will con cur, but Mrs. Oraco McGoodwIn Drown, daughtcr-ln-law of the lato Samuel S. Hrown, Smoky City mag nate and multi-millionaire, can hard ly be expected to. Idolized and petted by her father-in-law for 15 years, taught to con sider herself his heiress, and intro duced everywhere as his daughter, aho finds herself left a paltry $30,000, while her supplantcr, Martha E. Lewis, has been given a sum exceed ing $250,000. . And a contest In the courts which V will enrich lawyers and furnish sensa i tlons to satisfy the most scandal- Ex hungry dame Is promised. m For Mrs. Brown and all the rcla- ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 June 1906

Bl' ' BB I UPTON SINCLAIR STRIKES BACK B Author of "The Jungle" Paces Prince of Packers With Awful Bjl Array of Pacts Calcu aicd to D.stroy the Bfl Infamous Industry. IB In a recent Issue of tho Saturday flflj Evening Post Mr. J. Ogdcn Armour H, makes tho assertion that tho govern HH ment Inspection of tho boof trust )B slaughter-houses Is nn Impregnable IB wait protecting tho public from lm- H pure meat, and that not an atom of H diseased meat finds Its way Into tho H products of the Armours. Mr. Up- Bfl ton Sinclair, author of "Tho Junglo" )B ( a terrific statement of packing house IB conditions), studlod the meat Industry PB for two years, Including much time j IB apent In the Chicago stockyards ob a )B workman; ho Is the host equipped IB outside authority on stockyard condl- )B tlons. In Everybody's Magazine for IB May Mr. Sinclair makes a startling PB and convincing answer to Mr. Ar- PB rnour's assertion. Commencing with flflj the statement that J. Ogdon Armour Bjl U the absolu...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 June 1906

aB 'aaH K- i m iTrrn 1 f ' ri wm aaaraMaaaaaaiaaiaaMaaiaai h ! i aaaaLaLH B W0KT1I INVESTIGATING. B The use of hand cream sop- Hf orators is very rapidly grow- H' ing among farmers who milk H cows for profit. Dairy men H prefer to purchase the cream H and be relieved of the work of B separating, and it is much more H profitable for the fanner to do B his own separating, for ho m f saves the skim milk on which H he can raise his calves, in addi- m tion to which he saves the haul- m ing of his milk, which alone M amounts in many cases to the H monthly payments required to H buy a cream separator. The H best time to separate the cream H from the milk is while it is H fresh and warm. The cream H separates easier and a greater percentage is obtained, and tho skim milk is left sweet and fresh to be fed to the calves. Tho U. S. Cream Separator, sold by tho Consolidated Wag on & Machine 'Company, has geatest capacity, skims the cleanest, works the easiest, and lasts the longest. -Agents...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 June 1906

I I THE GARLAND GLOBE W THE GARLAND GLOBE. H INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor nml Mngr. I Telephone No 221. H (Formerly Wyalt'a llutchtrKhoii.) B Enteral ns aecond-claaa matter February IT, H 1(00, at the xt ofllco ntOrrltnd, Utah, umtir H the Act of Congrroj of March 3, 1870. M Saturdny, June o, 1906 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. H A, It, Glcason was n Ilrlgliutn vliltor fl' Tuesday. H J. C. Whcclon was n Salt I.nko visitor H Wednesday. H Luther Sasscr paid the county fccnln M visit Sunday. H Foil Sale Cheap Good side naddlo, H Apply nt Ray's store It H W. II, Howe returned tliU week from H on extended visit to Corlnuc. H .Mr find Mrs. A. J, Klfu returned Mou- H day from a trip to Clarkaton, Utah. H Jltvst. JIngr. Moilnh Evans spent n, few H days In Salt Lako nnd Logan tliU wcclc. H Gn to ttio Burner Restaurant for leu H Cream, Choice Candles and Cold Sum- U Bier Drinks tf H flee the Big ad of our Big Cloak M Bale 500 styles, Iiootlio .Mercantile & H Produco Co. St H Mrs. H. A. Hush...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 June 1906

isbb THE . GARLAND . GLOBE :g . I m DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY 6 ' H Vol.1. Nq. 19. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, June 16, 1906 I Hf Garland Military H Band Concert. H Tlic concert given by I ho Garland Mill- H fary Band at the Amufcment Hall Thtirs- H ilny night was a dlclded surcess, being n H very pleasing and entertaining event. H The. attcmlaneo was large. The wire H tloni by the full band were special fca- M turcs of tho concert. The specialties, m Instrumental and vocal selections, were I B rendered In excellent style. The npprc- B elative undlenco in uttendaneo made tho j B hall resound with rounds of applause. A I m nntnber of the pieces reeolttd lic.irty en I H chores. $40 were the total receipts of H the concert. H The hand came out Thursday evening before the concert' and rendered some H choice open-air selections, I Following is the program rendered. I 1 () erttire, .Military Hand. ' I 2 Cornet Solo, .John Oyler. I !l Bra...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 June 1906

SMOOT CASE ill El H Committee Finally Submits H Its Report to the Senate M for Approval. 'Majority Members of Committee De- H dare That Utah Senator Is Not H Entitled to Wear the Toga Minority Report Submitted. H Washington. Senator Burrows on H Monday reported In tlio Rcnnlu tho H resolution adopted liy n mnjorlty voto of tho privileges nml elections com- H tnlttco declaring Hint It ceil Smoot la H not untitled to n Hent In tlio sennte. H A report on tlio resolution wos alsu presented, nml Burrows naked tlmt 10.- 000 copies ho printed ns n sennto doc- 1 nment nml Hint tlio xnmo number of H the minority report to ho olTorcd fl should nlso ho printed, which was H Senator Fornkcr presented tlio H minority report in tlio Smoot enso nnd g moved Hint both reports bo printed H In tho record In nddltlon to being Is- sued nH fccnnto documuntH. Scnntor h Burrows snld ho hoped tho enso of H , Scnntm Smoot could bo called up nt H inn enrly ilnto ntnl voted upon. Sen- B ntor Fornkcr Indorsed II...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 June 1906

BBBBBBAflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfiffBBBBBBBBBBBBBH bbbbbbB bbbbI Bbbbbk bbbbbbI H bbbbbbI f' AFlTTE(f J I BY ARY gEVEREUX MVJ I !2. I IVITH ILLUSTRATIONS BT DOM C. WILSON H (CafyrigAt, &02, 6y li((r.BronnarK? Cbmpyyi BBS dp ew efjmtvj BE CHAPTER XIX. Kip Deforo thu week hml endod the BB "Black Petrel" filled her sails for liar- BH atarla, with Orelolre's parting words BBJ ot ndvlco repeating themselves In La- BB fltte's enrs: BB "Wind up jour nffalrs In Louisiana. V mou nml, and do as tho omperor.de- BB sires return to France, and assume your own name and rank." Bl So back to Louisiana ho sailed, with Bl his mind in a turmoil that gave un- BJ wonted austerity to his manner, and BJ awed his crow Into much speculation. BJ Tho fever of his first Impulse hnv- J lng now nhatcd, ho began to upbraid himself for hnvlng left I'lerro, and wondered If anything evil might have befallen his foster-brother. Day by H day, as the "Illack Petrel" drow nearer to Haratarki. ho kept himself bu...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 June 1906

H M The Garland Globe H Publlehed Every 8aturday at H GARLAND UTAH. H Terms of Subscription: B Ono year (In Advance) 11.50 B . eix months 76 H Thro months 50 B Advertising ratos furnished on np- H plication. H Entorod as socond-class matter H Tobruary 17, 1906, at tho postofllco at H Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Con H rsg of Maron 8, 1879. J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H UTAH STATE NEWS H .Tho EiirIch liuvo Iimtltuted a lodge H nt Mount Pleasant with over lltty H chnrtcr mcnibcrH. H Tho town of Sanily will cclcbmto H (ho Fourth of July, a Rood program H bcltm In The purudo in Ogdcn nt the meeting H of tho Commercial Travelers was tlio H InrgcHt In the history of (ho city. H Heavy ratlin nnd lrnll linvo caused H considerable dnmugo to small frultrt tl nnd vegetables In the Cache valley. H Two Japanese laborers wero run H over by n handcar near Ogdcn, ono being hilled nnd the other badly In- H A coroner's jury tins decided that H tho death of Joseph Wood, whose body H was fau...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 June 1906

i. HEBHHBHHHHHJHHHJHHHHHHAJHAHjHjHjjpjHjHHjHHHHipH hYM hhYJ 9hY flfJBfJBl flflfjET flBBHYJ If anything wero lacking to provo (lint love Is tho strongest pnsHlon In flj the luimnn breast, nnd that under ItH lnllucnco men ami women will do nnd flj venturo where no other iower or mo- the could move them, tho thrilling story that u vnllunt young Texnn hno to tell would relievo ordinary mortals rt further doubt. Jack Hondorn recently returned to H pits old homo on the Colorado, In west IJ crn Texas, accompanied by n pretty J Spanish bride, whosu heart ha gained M nnd whose hand ho possessed down In UR old Mexico nftcr u series of adventures OL nnd narrow escape? that would mako H the fortune of a skilled writer of ro H ninnco. Old neighbor extended n wnrm HJ welcomo to Mr. lion-lorn nnd his hand IB bo mo young wife. flj About two yearn ago young llon H . dom left his old homo In Texan to book H J his fortuno In Mexico. Aftor knocking Hj about over tho sister republic for somo H tlmo, cnr...

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. — 16 June 1906

piV- w s Qftm' I I SEVEN YEARS ACO BJ A Rochester Chemist Found a BLngii- BJ larly Effective Medicine BJ William A. Franklin, of tho Frank- BJ . Mn & Palmer Chemical Co., Rochester, H iiiT i in i N Y' writes: III "Sovcn years ago BJ "W I ' w s,in'or'nS vor7 BB )4. -W I lnllcn through tho H ' TOiiU I fnll,,ro ot lho ltld H Mffgri tho urlo ncld from Bfl C7VVApf my B'8lcmi My Bfl va jJ'4fi)rt uac' wns yc(y mmo iL-a4xayJl nml nched if I m ovorexorted myself In tho least degree. BJ At times I was weighed down with .1 HJ feeling of languor nml depression and BJ Buffered continually from annoying lr- Bfl regularities ot tho kidney socrotlons. Bfl I procured a liox of Doau's Kidney BB Pills and began using them. I found BB prompt relief from tho aching and BB lameness In my back, nnd by the tlmo Bfl I had takon thrro boxes I wns cured HH of all Irregularities." HB Sold by all dealers; HO cents a box. fl Fostor-MIIbnrn Co., DnlT.'ilo, N. Y. H DIAMOND DEALER'S MISTAKE Bfl' One of Ills Own...

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. — 16 June 1906

H COHCEBNINQ CLOCKS. H Never allow the clock to ran down. B It responds to regular attention Just m as Biiroly as a human being does and M keeps Its course truly when made to il follow Its endless routine. H Tho hands ot a clock should always H he turned forward. To set the hands H by reversing tne right-hand motion Is H to loojcn deltcato screws that hold B them within reach of various cog B slips, B Never allow the clock to be mowed B from the position where It Is well bal- fl anccd. A deviation of two or thiee B minutes a day from the corroct time ' may bo the result of nn uneven M placing ot the clock, and once It Is B properly adjusted it should not bo I shifted far dusting or for artistic pur- I poses. This Is especially truo of I clocks that have a pedulum. "Say, I camo to this danco without I nn Invitation." "So did I. How did I you work HI" "Nobody stopped me. I How did you?" "Samo way. My I wife's giving tho dnnce." II STRICTC0SP1DBNCK. Women Obtain Mrs. PJnkham's Advice a...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 June 1906

B r H THE GARLAND GLOBE I H THE GARLAND GLOBE. M INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Miijrr. H Telephone No 22k Kntrrnl ioconl-Uuu mattrr February 17, H 1906. at the pot ofllcn nt Garland, Utah, under H tho Act of Consrras of Marcli .1. 18TII. H Saturday, June 16, 1906 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H L'i-m'I Rose untile it llyiiijf. trip to Officii H All kinds of llcer on lie :it Rilur llro. M Drugstore. JfMf fl Old papers to put iintlrr your carpels H fur miiIu ut t lilt olllco. Mir luri s 100. B C'lins. Welling tins scciirdl 11 position H ns clerk nt the Ilootliir Mcr mid I'rodittu (Jim. V. Wood nunc up from Farm- B inpltm .Monday and u ill spend tlio swii- B mcr H ' V. V. Riter, president of The Hiinkof H (tnrlnnd, was in town Tuesday in the in- H ten st of the B TI101. Kvans of llrl'li.1111, father of Wright Kvans, mis 11 Uarlaud hltor thii fl fore, purl of the week. M .Mrs. Harriet Jtird or Ncplii, Utah, is H filing in this city with her gland- M daughter, .Mm. T. i:. SivrM . h Roy...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 June 1906

v. B BBSs I 'H mH LaH I "Emu THE GARLAND GLOBE " I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' H I . BH i I 1 , , ' i . BBB il Vol.1. No. 20. Published ot Garland, Utah. Saturday, June 23, 1006 H "MMMMMMilMMMMMMiMMMMMMMllMliMMMMMiMMMMMMMIIM M New Passenger via Malad Valley Branch TWO TRAINS DAILY. People from Brigham to Malad Well , rieesed With tbe New Change- Connections With Cache Valley 1 1 Train Coming and Going. Tbe long.looked-for and much appre- j olated change in the train tervice via tbe I Malad Valley branch of the O.8.L. la now a reality that fills a want long sought for ' by the pooplo from Malad to Brlghaiu. This change was announced Saturday last just too late to appear In our paper. I Sunday morning the passenger went up to Malad to begin tho run and since thon has made regular dally trips from Malad to Brigham. The train leaves '- Malad City at 7:15 am, Garland at 8;40 a ro, Corlnne at 9:80 a m, and arrives at Brigham at 0:40 a m. On tbe ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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