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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 September 1909

Building Notes. A. B. Mnnasa's new cemont Mock on Factory street is now ready for the roof. It is a fine big two-story cement structure and a credit to the town as well as to Mr. Manasa. The front of the building is built of color ed cement blocks aud looks hue. Supt. T. H. Fd ward's new home on Factory street is Hear ing completion aud is one of the , finest bungalo residences in town, with a fine basement after the order of California orchitecture. It will soon be ready to move into. Carpenter J. R. Layton is erecting a neat two-roomed residence for David Murie on Factory street, just east of A. B. Bfanesa'i home. Dr. Win. L. Rich noshed a force of men at work on the bnilding he recently moved to his lot on Austin street and they have converted it into a modern cottage. A neat porch has been added, the rooms new ly papered and the building treated to a coat of paint. It is a daisy little home now. Oi A. Johnson is putting up a neal bnilding just west of the Drug store. W. L. Q rov...

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. — 11 September 1909

H PATIENT 8UFFERINQ. H Many Women Think They Are Doomed BH to Backache. BBJ It Is not right fur women to be at- BH ways ailing With bsckuhl, urinary BBJ IIIh, Iu'.uI.k h and oth- BBa f '',r " a- ,r "V'iiiiIoiiis of kid- BU fev9B5.rff nt'Y ''''',' BU rjiffli mnM. a to BBJ L trouble quickly. Mrs. BBl BBamF JK m Hiifl'ci cil ton BBB win, kidnoy complaint BBB and a doctor told too I would DtVl r BBB get more than temporary relief. A BBB i diMi-r.iuM pain and lamoncHH In my BBB back almost disabled mo. li..y BBJ hp lis coma and went and the kidney BBJ secretions were Irregular. Moan's BBJ Kidney I'llls rid me of these troubles BBJ and I feel bettW than for years past." BBm Sold by all dealers MIc. a box. BBJ Postcr-Milhurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. H Vainly Seek Health in Southwest. BBJ Aocordlng to a itotomenl of the a BBJ lional Association for the Study and BBJ Prevention of Tuberculosis fully 7. ISO BBJ persons hopelessly diseased with BBJ t iiberculosis annually come to die in BBJ the sta...

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. — 11 September 1909

I, I MINES AND MINING One of the hardest Mows that has tt fallen on n Nevada mining camp In U some lime Is the order which is s ild a; to have DM out fur the ( losin;- of ths j Haniberp;or-Dclaninr mine, ana mill at f Delaiui'r. N'v. ? Within the past few weeks several fl gOOO Strikes have btm made In the Alta district and in the surronivllnp jR territory that has tended to lend In- m ttml to the work that Is now belBf. can iil on there. Tho Denver ti Hlo Grande diirlnR Am hi . i shipped (i.OOO cars, or 80v, tons, of ore from the liah Copper and J ' Bolton Consolidated mines to the H smeller at (Jarflehl. This is an aver- aire of 808 cars per day. A deposit of saltpetre has been discovered at the mouth of Greenwich j canyon, near KlehtleH, Utah, I he dis covery boinj; GOO feet in lenpth. wit n the depth unknown until further de velopment work is performed. Owing to to the good results 'bat nrc now being obtained at the Old Fos ter propert) close into Ploohe, it Is DnderStOOd that 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. — 11 September 1909

I BB The Garland Globe. H SATURDAY, IBPT. 11, 1000. I Shut-Out H I Saturday AND H Out-Classed H Monday. B , Brigham E Iberta s Go B Down to Dire Defeat B in Two Whi r Iw ind B Games with the B Stalwart Champians H Last Saturday afternoon nt B tue (1'-v 'm'V '"'" tfi,(,l""K ,,u' H Champions, in one of the best H games this season, dealt a shut B ""' '" Brigham'i famous El- H borta nine and scored three H runs. At Hi i:-li;ini Monday the B Ohampiona put it all over the B Elhertas in another enthusiastic B contest to the tune of 7 to 1. B Saturday's game was Indeed B il splendid exhibition of hall B tossing. Dell for (Sarlaud and B Lowe lor the Klhertas pitched B A No. 1 hall and hits on either B fi'h1 were not very plentiful. B One error gave the Onampioni I one of the three runs scored, B '"" l'"' Other two were earned B vuns in a hard fought battle. B ' ''H' iwne at Brigham fon- B (Viy though considerably one- B aided, was highly appreciated B y t',( orowa in attendance. B 'J1'10 El...

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. — 18 September 1909

Stye (Btarlmib (SHobc I I COVERS THI BEAR -T IVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 4. No. 33. Published at dorlond, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 18, 1909 H I September I Wedding Bells, i Wednesdaj of this week', Miss Elizabeth Smith of Woods Cross and Dr. Wm. L. Rich of this city, were united in marriage, the ceremony being solemnized in the Sidt Lake Temple. Miss Smith is a graduate of the class of trained nurses of the L. I). S. University; is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Smith and is well known and highly respected both in Woods Cross and Salt Lake ( 'ity, where she has many friends. The groom, our popular M. D., needs but little introduction as he is so well I nown and highly respected in this city and vi cinity. Howevi . i ' is thfl boh' of Win. L. Rich of Paris, Idaho is a graduate of the Washington University of 8t Louis, M.;' holds eertiflcitates to practdee in the states of Missouri, Utinoii and Utah; is a member of the medical B00iti.es of Ogdcn and Brigham city and is the qua...

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. — 18 September 1909

If BVJ i The Garland Glebe H J. A. Wlxom. Editor ft Manager. B GARLAND UTAH J UTAH STATE NEWS H More school children are enrolled B In the Murniy schools than ever bo- H fore In the history of the town. H Six Utnh M have bftO appointed B il.-.-:-;m- . to nttond tho National Good H Roads convention to bo held at Cleve B land, O. September 21 lo N H The residence of James Owens of H !. ii wa sol on fire by a bolt of H lightning, but I he building was saved H by the prompt arrival of the firemen. H Ogden is said to be Inf. sled with HJ a Rang of pickpockets and crooks, Hi who prey successfully on passengers HJ and tourists arriving and assembling Hb at the Union depot. H The city council of Ephralni has de BB elded to construct sidewalk crossings B at all places where the sheets inter- B sect wlib the sidewalks running north BB and south on Main street. BB Thomas Handy, a jockey, lies In u BB critical condition In an Ogdeti hospital BB as a result of Injuries sustained dm lug u,' race ...

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. — 18 September 1909

l!L MARK 01- j-AGUARANTLlI In dealing with a Jewely store you want a liberal supply of reliability with each purchase. Our goods are absolutely guaranteed and fifty years successful business has established our reputation for re liability. saw MRMnCWI HARRY J. ROBINSON .jg ATTORNEY AT LAW 304-308 Judfw Building, Salt Lak City NOTES FROM ABROAD. Prom Brussels and for American use the bureau of manufactures, Washington, D. C, has received new application blanks and additional lit erature relating to the International exposition to be held In Belgium In 1910. A new steamer, the Vasarl. Intend ed for mall and irassengcr carriage, has been put In service by the Urn port and Holt line, between New York and Brazilian and Argentine ports. During 1908 the 308 furnaces In Bouth Wales, England, had an aver age pig Iron production of :10,000 tons, against 27.400 In 1907 and 15,000 In 1882. The Japanese government will next year send commercial agents to Kurope nnd America for the develop ment o...

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. — 18 September 1909

H The Garland Globe H INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 52 B '1TIIMH UK HI (! Illl'l l.'N fl One ycHr (in HdvHncc) 9150 B Si iiii.nl I. .71 H Three mnnlhi "" B Advertising mti's finnKlnil on H) B plication. H Entered an second-class mailer February 17, B 1909. at the post office nt Garland. I Man. under B the Act of Congress of March S. 1879. B BttlMOlfbttl wlm f;iil to receive Ilieir M pnper.s regularly, pleiine notify thin ofllce H Boosting Bear H River Valley. H A Kin M Went wm in Onrlnnd on HJ buHinoHH Sni uicI.in mid gave this ftflflS " H ili ii-.iiiiI cull. Mr. West, Who hns bSM HI boosting the Hear Kiwi Valley fur h Hfl number of yearn, in laMlag u "Boosting HI Postal C.ii. I" with ii picture of a fine HI apple on one side and the following Hfl cum inriiis on the oilier: HI Bear Uivcr Valley is located twenty- H five miles north of Ogdeu, Utah, the H greatest railroad center w est of Colorado, M at an altitude of 4.200 feet. I This valley extends f...

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. — 18 September 1909

Here and There. The family of Fred Manning has moved into town from the ranch in Blue Creek. Mr. Man ning will remain there a couple of weeks to finish harvesting the crop and then come to town for the winter. Win. and Volney King came back from Coyote, southern Utah, Sunday evening where 4 they went owing to the illness of their father. They report his condition to be on the im prove. m I Go With A Rush. The demand fur that wonderful Stom ach, Liver aud Kidney cure, Dr. King's New Life Pills is astounding. All Druggists say they never saw the like. Its because they never fall to cure Sour Stomach, Constipation, Indigostion, Biliousness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills and Malaria. Only 20c at all Druggists, The 2nd Int. class B, Garluad I Sunday school, with their teach ers Jos. E. Corbett, Geo. T. Rog-! ers, Joephs F. Devey, Charlie Edwards, Belva Welling and Hazel Chapman, went to Wash akie Sunday to visit their Sun day school and report having had an ejoyablc trip. A-Y-r Exposit...

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. — 18 September 1909

M A TEXA8 CLERGYMAN H Spaakt Out for the Benefit of Suf'er- fl Ing Thousands. H Rev. O. AT. r.r.iy, rtnptlst clergy- H Ban, of Wliiteuboro, Tox., nay: taaaW "Four yearn njro I suffered misery with 1 u in I) a k o. Every movement was one of pain. Doan's Kid ney IMIIh removed the whole dlrtleulty after only a short time. Although I do not like to have my name used publicly, pampas I make an exception H In this rase, so that other sufferers H from kidney trouble may profit by my H oxperlence." H Bold by all dealers. HO rents a brcc. H foHter-Mllburn Co., Huffnlo, N. Y. H 8IX MONTHS. H Mrs. Hill Now, tell me at ouce HJ Irhere have you been all this time? Hj Hill Why, dear, it hasn't been H Mrs. Hill How dare you tell me H that? You have been out all night. H Women in Postal Service. H The distinction of first appointing a HBJ woman postmaster does not belong to M America, nor Is the employment of H women In the postal service a new tM Idea. Ah early as 1548 a woman post- H master was ap...

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. — 18 September 1909

I SPRINGS SENSATIONAL STORY Friend of Explorer Cook Accuse Peary of Taking Poeeeaelon of Hie Rival'a Arctic Retreat. Copenhagen. The Polltiken pub lishes a remarkable letter giving Dr. , j Frederick A. Cook's version of tho tromblo with Commander Peary over upplies. The letter was written by Dr. Norman Hansen, a prominent Danish physician, who several times t Hfcfc.. Visited Greenland to study eye dis eases. Dr. Cook told practically the same Story to one of his closest American friends just a week ago, before Com mander Pearry reappeared on tho scene, but said he did not intend to make it public because it might lead to unpleasantness. Dr. Hansen was with Dr. Cook for some time in Greenland and returned with him on the Danish steamer Hans Egede. "Now that Dr. Cook has gone," he writes, "I am no longer tinder an obli gations to keep silent, and will exer cise my right to publish the story about the house In Annatook, a story 'which Dr. Cook himself had loo much delicacy to relate to...

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. — 18 September 1909

I t I f M The Garland Globe. H SATURDAY, MPT. 18. 1000. WLM Cal. Mayfielcl was an Ogden H visitor Monday. H E. L. Bush was a passeriKn H to Salt Lake Sunday. H Miss Sarah Fowler wont to H Briglwnn City Tuesday. H B. F. Boothe and Felix Hand H spent Sunday in Hriglmm. H Miss Amy (lli.ier returned to H tor home In Logan Tuesday. H Mrs. Albert Hales went to H Ogden Sunday to spend a few H days. H P. A. Nordquist returned Sun- H day evening from a visit to H Ogden. H Frank wood and wife left Suu- H day to visit relatives in Fiinn- H ington. H Mantina .Jensen and Mrs. H Win, Perkins were passengers H to the county seat Monday. H Joseph Benton of Alpine, H Utah, is visiting in town the H guest of Miss Hazel Carlisle. B J. C. Wheeloii returned Mon- I day from a business trip to Salt H Lake, Ogden, Brigham and H other cities of the stale. LM Mark Leavitt went to Salt H Lake Monday to visit his brother H who was injured in the recent H railroad wreck on the Salt Lake H John Carrett ami Osoar...

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. — 25 September 1909

I I l)e tSorlotift CfNobe I covers The b e Tr river valley like a blanket I Vol. 4. No. 34. Published at Oarlond, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 25, 1909 H Noble Woman Summoned. Mrs. Julia A. Bingham Passed Away Last Saturday After a Lingering Illness off More Than a Year. Sister Julia A. Bingham.presi- dent of the Garland Relief Society, wife of Sanford Bing hnm, Jr., and one of the most highly respected and influential woman of this community, pass ed peacefully away last Satur day evening. The cause of her death was due to yellow jaundice and pall stones, from which she has been confined to her hod for the past year or more. She passed away on the eve of her wedding day, having been married just 41 years. During her prolonged illncHs, their home was destroyed by fire and she was miraculously rescued from the burning build ing. Mrs. Bingham was (0 years of age; is survived by a husband, three daughters and one son, as follows: Mrs. Anniu Peterson of Riverside, Mrs. Minnie Lar , sen, Miss L...

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. — 25 September 1909

H The Garland Globe H J. A. WUom, MUM & Manager. H GARLAND . UTAH i UTAH STATE NEWS M Over fifty delegates attended the B tOOOPd annual convention of Hie State H Firemen's association In Ogden last BBJ H OtO Odania, a Japanese employed In H the Southern Pacific shops at Ogden, H was hit hy the traveling crane and BBj severely Injured. H Oiner Call, who. with his brother, H built the first flour mill In northern H Utah, died at Wlllard. September 15, H at the age or 75. H 'I'he LogM city eounrll has derided H to submit the question of prohlbt H tirn to the people, and a special H ebetlon will be held on November 2. H Within the next month the ship- H nx'iits of material for the new freight H depot to be const ructf d for the liar- B rlman roads ai Ogden will begin !o BB H Walter Moore, a well known char H Ctr of Logan, was found dead ill H the city jail, where lie hal been 1 placed the night previous for drunk enness. A school for the use of the blind sv hj being fitted up in Sal...

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. — 25 September 1909

(TrtL NARK OF- -AC.'JRNTLl d 1 In dealing with a jewely store you want a liberal supply of reliability with each purchase. Our goods are absolutely guaranteed and fifty years successful business has established our reputation for re liability. ALT LAKE CITY. UTAH " T 4 rp mtrpp Adrlcc ai to patent- PATENTS -s-s Scad (ketch and deicriptioa of your inTentioa. Harry J. Robimaa, Attoraey at Law aad Solicitor f Piteolt, 304-5 Jadgt Baildini, Salt Lakt City The Most Expressive Word. At a recent meeting of savants and others wlih pretensions to authority In a matter of language, a discussion arose as to the most, expressive word in English. WhNe admitting that the field was a wide one and that decis ion could only rest upon the very general grounds, the participants took great interest in the question and many suggestions were made. It was observed that the tendency was to name onomatopoetic words, such as "buzz," "crack," "rattle," "snap" and "thud." From these the list, took on e. subtle...

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. — 25 September 1909

HI A FULL WEEK OF I Interest, Instruction and Entertainment. I UTAH'S GREATEST I STATE FAIR H In fact the greatest STATE FAIR ever held in the West. H Improvements in BUILDINGS and GROUNDS amounting to H $25,000 have been made for this event. A new Poultry House H the finest in the West, has been built; New STABLES and I SHEDS, FLOWER BEDS and FOUNTAINS, CINDER PATHS I and hundreds of other improvements. I Remember This Year its the Great && Cm pi re I Exposition! I A display that will show the progress and I advancement of the people of the GREAT I IMbAMD EMPIRE '".fflSLSrS!: I exhibition that will show UTAH as she is to- I day: The "QUEEN of the INLAND EMPIRE." I Some of the Big Features will be I THE "BATTLE OE THE PLAINS" I THE MOM REALISTIC SPECTACLE OE MODERN TIMES. I "DESERT" the Greates Amusement Avenue 1 00 Shows Startling Thrilling Instructive. I THE FINEST HORSE RACES EVER B The Finest Horses in the West. I The Pony Races at flight H Under a Blaze of Electric Ligh...

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. — 25 September 1909

Here and There. t For Sale Jon nthnn nnd other 1 apples. 50c, 75e and 1.00 per bushel. Phono F. L. Walker, 36-1 hlk. 2t A Hurry Up Call. Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick! A box of Hueklen'g Arnica Salve- Here's a quarter For the love of Moses, hurry! Baby's burned himself, terribly John nie cut his foot with the axe Mamie's scalded i'a can't walk fiom piles I5H lie has boils and my corns ache. She got . Q it and soon cured all the family. Its the greatest healer on earth, hold by all Druggists. FOB SALE House ind one half acre lot in southern part of Garland. Write to H. 0. Huiisaker, West Portage, Utah. J31-tf Night On Bald Mountain. On u lonely night Alex, Menton of Fort Kdward, N. Y.,cliinbd Hitld Moun tain to the home of S neighbor, lortuicd by Asthma, bent on curing him w it li Dr. King's Is'tw Discovery, that lias cm 1 himself of asthma. Thai wonder ful on ilirinc soon relieved and iii( kl cured his neighbor Later it cored his son'.- wife of a severe long irmbe Millions bcicve its th...

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. — 25 September 1909

WW I PromTnent People- WWt MuW ill' LsH ff. d)f?tfj'yc'ftt ' I f , TO HEAD BANK OF TURKEY mM i I By the establishment of a nntlonal bank Tur- )mM cuu. I w key lias taken a decisive step towards reform and bUH 4&flZfs' 'b order which all Kurope is watching with interest, WWt JuSBiv(rU,' '""' l:n'l:i n'1 with the keenest Interest of all. for B VM"1"' & ""' l,:"l,( ,lils '"''" l'(,a,,,,l ihlell) with Rngllsh mt ', :Y -a,,J capital and Its president appointed "at the request 1 wFV" " v of his majesty's government," in the person of Wtm R il Sir "' ,li,,"",,,n Smith, who will resign his H P"h' ''''WT present appointment of secretary to the postofftrc HH wfllPht $1m '""' proceed '" Constantinople soon to take up WU PkTti v) ' ''''' '"'v ""' Ottoman government has been LUb aBis, Vxfr al the mercy of two foreign banks, tlie Ottoman H .rlBc v bank and the Deutsche bank, and whenever Tur H VONS BltWv '" y K"' '"'" '" '"l,la,y dllllcultles and found her NASBfesftyluV. J self without th...

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. — 25 September 1909

NEW CURTAIN IDEAS I I MAY BE MADE FROM CHEESE CLOTH AND MUSLIN. i Lovely Window Hanging and Por tiere That Any Bright Girl Can Devise at Small Cost of Time and Money. To the woman who Is her own home decorator, the window curtain furnishes a new opportunity. Women GOO years ago used to spend a life time embroidering these hangings. The modern woman would scarcely think of making a life work of tapes She cares more for bold, sketchy designs, that make a good effect with the minimum amount of work. For summer homes. In particular, there are very attractive curtains and portieres that may be embroi dered at small cost of time and money. Ordinary materials like unbleached muslin, dotted muslin, cheesecloth or Bheer lawns can be used, while for portieres or outer curtains, cretonnes, art linens, striped ticking or galatea and cotton or linen taffetas In plain colors give good results. A girl last winter worked a set for the living room of her country home that have called forth more admi...

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. — 25 September 1909

w H The Garland Globe. Wt SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 190J. H Mrs. Lottie Strong of Suit I Lnkr City Mid hf two sons, Paul and Walter, KN guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Baxter. bbbj Mrs. Prank Searle, aeeoni- H panied ly her hnfbftnd and Dr. H Franeke, Went to the Holy H Cross hospital yestei'day niorn- H injjf to undergo a delicate opera H I Tom The latest hit of the H season. John Where? Tom At the B. M. ft I Co. John I What is it f Tom Twoover- I coats for the price of one, yon had better call and sec them. I Miss Morilla Land of Brigham I City, formerly the "Angel" of I the Globe office, and Mr. O. 1. H Spencer of Randolph, Htah, H were united in marriage at the I Salt Lake temple Wednesday I of this week. Congratulations. Prof. B. S. Hinckley of the L. I), s. Business College, Salt Lake, will deliver a lecture at I the Garland hall Sunday (to- I morrow) evening at 8 pm. The lecture is under the auspices of I the Mutual Improvement asso I ciations. Bverybody invited. I The ward clerk, the...

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