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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 2 October 1909

ljc (Stadmtb l0be I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET M Vol. 4. No. 35. Published at liorlond, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 2, 1909 H Campaign B Opens. Supt, T. II. Edwards, .f the Utnlt-Maho Sugar Co., placed his men in the respective pos itions at the Garland factory Thursday and at 7 a. in. this morning the campaign opened. Beets have been coming in in good shape for the past few days and the big run is now on in earnest and everything going on in good shape. Amusements. Peterson Bros. Vaudeville ( 'o. 12 expertsgave the theatre going public of (iarland and vicinity a treat in the shape of two good shows Monday and Tuesday nights. The company has a good band and orchestra and every member of the --how is an expert at the Diss. The moving pictures and the illu strated SOIlgS were splendid feature-- of the performances and the vaudeville- program carried out was very good both nights. Everybody seemed well satisfied with the prefOrmances I ' and when the Company conies : again it...

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. — 2 October 1909

I? Hi The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom, Editor & Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS i H Rojmrts from Cove In Sanpefn K county. are to the effort that the H smallpox epidemic is Boating, m The first meeting of tlM Gunnison H rtty council was held I:.: i week, the m town having recently been lncor P Fire, which stalled In tho mill ot fl tli- Grnnlio Lumber company. In P Salt Lake City, caused damage of H $oo,ooo. H J. L Petersen or Snilthflold, has H exhibited at Ixigan twelve apples B grown In his orchard that measured P 60 Inches. H Salt Lake City was selected as tho P place for the next convention of the P Utah Medical association, at the P mooting in ' i- t 1 1 . H The Utnh Medical association met H In its nrteenth annual convention In H Ogden on September II, with a largo B number of delegates present. H The western wheat bell of Cliche m county produces about ono-lonth of all H the wheat raised In Utah. The crop H In the mate last year was 5,60(1,0(10 B bushels. H Willia...

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. — 2 October 1909

"It Is Day, and He Is Coming." sy V FVFV -saw caytcfr iter 0rj tptrtrorr CO f T wT"S ILLUSTRATED BY -VlfeT HAT WALTERS g L j SYNOPSIS. Time Klrls Elizabeth. Gabrlelle and Kllse started for I'anada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement ed stranger, who, llndinK a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru tinizing a photo of the trio. The SWUM wonii'n met Mrs. Uraham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Introduced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Kdlth. A cottage by the ocean was rented. Tw.. men called. They proved to be John C. Blake and Cordon Bennett, one a friend of Kllzahcths father. A wisp of yellow hair from Mr. Grahurn'8 pocket fell Into the hands of Kllse. Mrs. Graham's hair was black. Fearing for the safety of some gems, I.ady Kdlth left thetu in a safe at the cottage. Mr. Gordon Bennett was properly introduced, explained his actions on board ship Kllse, alone, ex plored the cellar, ove...

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. — 2 October 1909

I H The Garland Globe M INDEPENDENT. H J A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 52 H TKIIMM (K HIKM ItH'IION H One year (in sdvSBCt) $160 B Six month .76 H Th i . in. mi lis 60 H Advertising rales furnished OB H i;i,.iii n BSSSJ HjflJ Entered an imronil-rlawi matter February 17, J 1009. at the pout office at liiu Intnl. Utah, under H the Act (if Cong-roan uf March 3. 1879. H Hulisirlliers who full In receive their PH ptptn rsgulsrly, please notify kbitofllse H Beware off the H Dangerous House-Fly. BH Issued by the Mi'li'lliilits' rVSSOClsl ioll's PH Conitniltee on I'olulion of the Waters of ffB HVN York JH Dies me Ike inosi dangerous inserts fl we have. The ale nun h more danger- PH 0,IK ,'""1 '"'''s '"' hornets; iliese may itlug Bfl you, and the si inu is paloflll, lull you JH looo get over the pain, Flies do much PH more harm than thU. They walk ovot PH Bltb) place like sewers and garbage pH oana, mid after eating the illihv fond PH they find iheie, they come Into youi NBV ...

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. — 2 October 1909

Here and There. Mrs. Joseph Jensen is on the sick list this week. Miss Edith Rice was a Brig ham visitor Sunday. J. C. Cutler of Snowville was transacting business in Garland Monday. Miss Lucy King went to Logan Sunday and attend the B. Y. College. Mrs. Lillie Robbins of Stone, Idaho, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Bunder- on. For Sale Good milk cow also young Poland China pigs. John Richards, Riverside, Utah. 2t J. F. Featherstonc of Salt Lake blew into town Thursday afternoon in his Cadillac tour ing car. S. E. Baxter, representing the Salt Sake Hardware Co., was in Garland on business a few days this week. Plumber Leon Mortensen laid his overcoat on a truck at the depot Tuesday and a fellow from Portage nailed tin1 coat and skidoed with it. Mr. Morten sen and Constable T. L. Snook went Portage Tuesday, locat ed the fellow, made him pay the expenses and give ap the coat. Tt takes a good one to get ahead of a plumber. Elder T. E. Seerist, who just returned from filling...

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. — 2 October 1909

m H T,-L MRICor"ACUARNTfx B It It no wonder brides are delight- B ed when they eee what beautiful wed- H ding silver we display. Sterling sll- 1 ver wedding presents may be had of H us from two or three dollars up to H the elaborate silver services costing H hundreds of dollars. All solid big value with our unequalled guarantee. gggj -J Hl IT. H SALT LAK t CITY. UTAIt H I HARRY J. ROBINSON B ATTORNEY AT LAW M 304 300 Judge Building, Salt Lake City m He Won't Vote This Year. H win n Dotniolco Bapoalto wuh qtios- M tloncil In Die United BtktU district H court to ti'Ht IiIh Qualification for Ottl- H cnnalilp li uhoweil it lack of curcfiil H Doachlng. H "Whiit i-i Hie constitution of the H LTnllPil Suites?" BapoettO Ml asked M '"I'lif biggeel hip," wis (lie i('ily. H ' WliK Is I lie lili'anlliK of I hi' B t'ourtli of .Inly?" H "Tluit Is day KiisIh rlv' ffOM ovor." H "Who was OMTg Washington?" H QtorgS. da Wash was Mg Taunuatiy B man. Hail iniirli ronlricl." B "Is Qovcriior HiigluiH a st...

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. — 2 October 1909

J TUFF GUEST OF STATE OF UTAH CHIEF EXECUTIVE GHAHMffi WITH HOSPITALITY OF LOYAL CITIZENSHIP. Great Crowds Gather at Stopping p Point of Presidential Train and Cordially Greet Travelers from Washington. President Visits Foints of Interest. Sa't Ixiko City. William H. Taft. president of the United States, has hart n sample of Utah hospitality, and declares It to his liking. He has even expressed regret that he might not stay for weeks, months or years, Instead of days. In the midst of the loyal citizenship of the mountains and valleys of Utah. President Taft's entry into this city at 4:30 Friday afternoon, Septem ber 24, was the occasion for the as sembling of thousands of his ad mirers from every portion of the state, and during the progress of the presidential party through the streets of the city to Fort Douglas, the en thusiasm of the crowds was un bounded. At Fori Douglas the president was received by Colonel Walter Scott, commander of the military reserva tion, and took part In...

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. — 2 October 1909

Mr H The Garland Globe. H SATUItDAY, OCT. 2, 1000. B Stake Conference next Kntnr- B day and Sundiiy. H E. 0. KoornoY wus an OgdOD H visitor last Sunday. H Miss Mary Nilwirr is visiting H relatives in I'ulil, Idaho. H Miss Hilda Nolson went to H Bripliam Sunday to visit hir H parents. B County Commissioner I). E, H Adams was here on husiness H last Saturday. B Mrs. Luther B. Baseer of H Stone, dabO, is visiting rel- H atives in Oarliiixl. m Jeff I'ettinil is erecting a M neat two-roomed cottage on Ids M lot on lii-own avenue, H Mrs. If. V. Ponlger returned M Sunday evening IVoin a visit B with relative! in Ogden. H FOB BALE Farm and City M property. See l D. Welling, Garland, Utah. aS8-tf H S. 0. Williams left Sunday 1 last for Atlanta, (ieorgia, to H take a course in medicine. m Miss Amanda Beck of Alpine H was the guest of Mrs. Julia M Baxter a few days this week. M Ezra Jensen returned Bnnday H evening from a visit with rel- H atives in Ilyrmn, Cache County. M Call and see the new...

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. — 9 October 1909

I lje (Borlottft lobc I I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I - -- " i ,.. . i , - ' -I. - .--- .. i I, Jl I Vol. 4. No. 36. Published at Gorlond, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 9, 1909 jfl I The Earthquake I Tuesday Night Bear River Valley Re ceives Three Dis tinct Shocks Within 45 Minutes and Others F o I I o wed During night. While Brigham and Ogden were the center of tlie disturb iinees, Garland and the Bear River Valley received its share of the vigorous trembling! that swept over the inte-nnountain country from northeast to southwest Tuesday night. The first shock, at 7: (0 p. in., was very distinct and was followed by a tremor 15 minutes later At 8:22 p m. the most vigorous and lasting jarrings were Pell and excitement p r e v a I e d throughout the whole country. During the night three slighl .... shocks were fell bj a great many of our 'iti.ens and res idents of the alle . No damage is reported to have B- been done by the seismic waves that visited this section, hut many pe...

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. — 9 October 1909

1 I I PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT j Hj HARRIMAINTS SUCCESSOR H I Kj I T IMJJJM M- jjt! ! .? f I WWt tho clcitmn r.f Robert Scott LOYttt as B f I )&&g&xaij chairman of t Ik- executive committee "f 111" Lassssssl I y Si" I ,'lli,)" PWSlifl and Southern I'iicltle Railroad com H I Wk f panics, the continuance, or Edward n. rtaniman'i H &J3 I policies m cms iltUred, no fur as any mull other Lsessssi I Wfi&lk frv to! 1 "''"' ""' '"''"'" "' those policies could continue Lassssssl m$ cv J """ i"t "Jndaa" Lovett, u be is commonly esssssssl V6 C wh c"'d. ,ias ,"'''M Cr- rlatrlinan'i right-hand man Lsssssssl WrafC '""' i,prannftl counnelor for the ImI live years nnd Lassssssl '; -"-- m probably in more conversant With tba dead (Irian- H I m"'- dJFl 1 clar'i plana that any other living man. Ha lias H I iSBfef-wrN '" '" als" M'ti'-ral conn "I officially for the Ilarrl- LbbbsssI I )lt'wsjfjumkd) "iun "n's a,ul vlce-prealdoni of both the Union LasssM liiidjg ygLgMl Wms Pacific and the ...

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 October 1909

r- i. EXPLOSION III m EIGHT MEN KILLED BY QA8 EX PLOSION IN SHAFT OF WASH INGTON PROPERTY. Column cf Fire Thrown Hundreds 01 Feet Into the Air Ignited the Shaft Plant and Adjoining Buildings, Causing Fearful Conflagration. -m. P.oIyn, Waah. Eight men wen killed and three fatally injured In ai explosion of gas In the slia.lt of mint No. 4 of the Northwestern Improve tnont company, at 12:45 Sunday after noon. When the explosion occurred a col uii'ii of fire was thrown hundreds o feet Into the air, ignltug the slmf plant and adjoining buildings. Unde the Intense heat, the hoist of tin shaft crumbled and fell into the fur nace below. Cinders were blown h all directions and buildings In varl ous parts of the little mining towt took fire. The citizens were able ti extinguish theso small fires, and tin Roslyu tiro department, aided by ap paratus and men sent from Cleelum three mles away, finally confined tin blaze to the main buildings of tin mine. The scene In Hoslyn Immediately following...

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 October 1909

H The Garland Globe H INDKI'KNDKNT. M I A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mnjrr. H Telephone No 52 HUM- UK SI'BBC KII'TKIN H One year (in advance) $160 H Six months W M Three months BO H Advert Iniiifr fairs fiinilshrd on a B pllCHtioti. Entered as MMMw matter February 17, H 1909, nt the pnnt offlci' lit Garland, Utah, under M the Act of Cong-rea of March 3, 1N79. M SuliMi'iliei'H lio fail to receive their (m per regularly, please notify this olliee Interesting Notes from Holland. H l.eiden, HollHtid, Sept. 24, 1009. H Editor (Jutland Global PS I am still MTIong the Dutch people, M where tlie eye is rnnslHhlly in view of the liig, round, red cheeses and the Bfl wooden shoes. The qurrrly d essed people come clapping along the Illicit HI roads wit li tlielr dog-cart loads of cheese going to and from the market. Every H Friday is "Cattle Market" day, called Iin Dated "Vce .Market" and the town is full of people from the surrounding i country uith their sheep, cattle and pigs. Bl A good milk cow...

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 October 1909

Don't Pass Up Your Home Printer, i W 'lip the following from the Salina Call. Guess some of the business men of Salina don't treat their home paper right. The Globe can't kick along this line as our business men treat ye editor pretty good, but we do think that any firm in any town ought not to pass up the home printer and send money out of town. We trade at home and get the home trade that's good enough : "We think it only fair that when a business man or a com pany or the town officials need Erinting that they consult the ome printer. If we can do the work we will, if not VVe can get it done by the best printers. But as a rule we can do it. Why pass us up? We are hunt ing something good to say about you, your busidess or your official life always. And here some of you go and send away. That's genuine knocking and is always held in remembrance. Suppose we knock you. But that's another story. Let's have your printing all your printing." Your conpli MMnjN yon. Keep on Inn-kin i' and ...

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 October 1909

H The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom, Editor & Manager. H GARLAND ... UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS (Flics me lilainr d for Ihe tvpholu fever epidemic In Hull Lake, accord Ing to I report ly Dr. T. It. flcalty. gajjj secretary nt Ihe slate board of health M .fames I: iwiiKiu. who fell from tin Hl Second llOOr of a new building In S:ili M Lake Cltjr, Is dead. Ilowmun stopped m on a I OM plank und fell to the floor B below. H Rev. Francis lliirgette Sliort, pastor H of the First Methodist church of Salt M Lake City, who was nominated for M city councilman from the Fourth H munidpal ward on t ho Republican m ticket, lias withdrawn his name. H On the lliickskln mountains, which H arc embraced in the Kaihah forest, H about H.hiio head of cat tin are being H grazed annually, 10,000 of the slock H belonging to one company and 4,000 H belonging to the farmers. M Mftjrori of all towns in the state H are invited to attend (he convention H October 7 at the University or Utah. H Salt Lake City, of 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. — 9 October 1909

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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 October 1909

B The Garland Globe. H SATCKIfAY, OOT. I, IK H M--. Jslai Baxter ifc visiting H naaHfai in Alpine, L'tah. I Mr. Harab Austin of I-bi is H vif-Jting ralltiiTl in towu. I Born Friday of Jat w-k to th'f wiff of W. 8. atatoa of V Rivendde, a DBS daughter. H Mihh Emily Boobfai ofStose, H Idaho, ih ben for a foe daj, H flit feed of Mrs. b L. Bash. H Newton Jeekaoa of Prove ha H jeoiptod the position of tehn- H ical calculator at the office of H the L'tah -Idaho Sugar Co. H Call and m-c the new Jiear- B skin OOati for children at the H Garland Mercantile Co., Car- M land. o2-tf I Qood home for hale in Oar- H land. Buy terra. Apply to H Tboo. wiM, Owem M e a t H .Market, Garland. otVtf M Herbert Miller of Star Valley, H brotacr of Mr. J. V. Lewis, S came to Garland the for part H of loll eetk arid will spend the I winter B I 'r--i Bom went to Farming- H ton Tneaday to attend i reunion BH of th Bom family. Efe alao H visited the Inland Empire Bx- H UbitioD at Salt Lake. B-Bj Lad ireek Geo. A...

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 October 1909

JsaaaaaaaLI 4aaaaaaLH - Qtye atlawii tiMobc I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H K Vol. 4. No. 37. Published at liorland, Utah. .Saturday, Oct. 16, 1909 Citizens9 Municipal Ticket. A dims meeting ;of the citizens of Garland was held at 1 1 1 -; Garland hall Wednesday of this week Tor the purpose of Dominating a citiseni ticket for the minicipal election to be held in tliis citv Tuesday( November 2nd. The meeting was well attend ed and was called to order by David B. IToulger who stated that the object of the meeting was to place in Domination a town president and four trustees for the Town Of Garland, to be voted for at the coming Novem ber election. Mosiali Evans was chosen temporary president and i. L. Bush temporary secretary and the meeting moved to make the temporary organization permanent. The chairman announced that nominations were now in order and Mosiah Evans and .J. (.'. Wheelon were nominated for the position of Town President. The vote was by hallot and the r...

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 October 1909

H The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom. MltOT ft Manager. H GARLAND UTAH H m - i " UTAH STATE NEWS H Tt Is now planned to construct a H railway for (he entrance or the trucks H Into the Union depot at Option. M tlliani (ilnsmann, formerly mayor B mil later KKt master of Ogdcn, ha:i H been nominated hy tho Republicans H of Ogden lor mayor. B A reward of latin lias been offered b H the governor for the arrest ami convic- M I Ion of the highwayman who murdered H Policeman Uiley tli Sail Lake City. H Postmasters of I'tah are granted B leave by the depart inent to attend tho convention of the Slate littfllt of Postmasters at Pnrownn on October 25. B Thai I ho honi-y raising Industry in Utah is nourishing is the report of the H Utah Btt KeeMMs' as violation, which met In annual session In Salt Lake B City last Week. H A. A. Tanner of Oakley, Idaho, in at ti'inpllng to hoard si street car in Sail H Lake City, fell under the wheels, one foot being so badly crushed that ani- pulatlon was necessar...

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 October 1909

, "j ' I JT1L MARK, OF fryA ' ' V r N ,. tj The manufacture of fine jewelry has been one of our principal special ties for more than forty years. W" have always stood at the head I 1 this line and today use more men, more machirery and more materia than any similar plant witlVn some hundreds of miles. Take the time and visit our shop. We will shew you how we mike good jewelry. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAK I HARRY J. ROBINSON ATTORNEY AT LAW 304-305 Judga Building, Bait Laka City The Juvenile Zones. While inspecting examination pa pWl recently, it Philadelphia teacher found variouu humorous answers to questions. A elass of boyB, averaging aloul 12 years of age, had fieon examined In geography, the previous day hav ing been devoted to grammar. Among the gcograi.hical questions was the following: "Name the zones." One promising youth of eleven years, who had mixed the two sub jects, wrote, "There are two zones, masculine and feminine. The rnati oulin ll either t nperata or ltem perate; the fem...

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 October 1909

m The Garland Globe H INDEPENDENT. H I A. Wixom, . . Editor nnrl Mngr. H Telephone No 52 B TP.KMN UK N('H( llll'l ION m One your (in hiIvmIICC) "I "'" H Hlx months iW H Three month 1 AdvcrtMlg rSIS fiirnihcil on hi M Entered an aecond-claiw matter February 17. H 1909. at the pout ufllcr at Garland. Utah, under H the Act nf Confront of March 3. 1H79. H Siili.irihers ho fnil to roCttvs their papers regularly, pleSSS notify thisollire H How a Travelling M Man Regards Girls. H There is a traveling man who H inakfs EUehfleld OH his tours tor H a firm in this staff that is due B for a fall before long Be is H alleged to have trouble on liis H hands at Elsinore beenuse of H illicit relations with a girl of H that town. The other evening H he was out with a Richfield girl H until a late hour a girl of res- H peeteble parentege hut who it I H either to silly or too headetrong H to pay attention to the advice H of friends and relatives. An- H other traveling man, who is a H gentlemen, sometim...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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