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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 6 November 1909

:' ljc gfarlatift tobe I - - COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 4. No. 40. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 6, 1909 1H Exciting Election in Garland ' Citizens Ticket Snowed Under By Systematic Scratching. Heavy Vote Polled. Everything Passed Off fc Peacefully, Although Considerable Enthus- W lasm Was Manifested. Prohibition Move ment Had Considerable to Do With the Re 4 suits. 4 The Municipal Election held ! in this city Tuesday November , 2nd, was-a surprise to the sup-' porters of the Citizens' Party Ticket" and a rousing victory for the "Peoples' Ticket," de signated as illegal by the Town Clerk. Systematic scratching and efficient work of those op posed to the "Citizens' Ticket" resulted in defeating every candidate on the Citizens' Ticket." 199 votes were castas follows: Straight "Peoples' Tickets" 102. Straight "Citizens' Tickets" 69. Scratch Tickets 28. Trustee Joseph Jensen re ceived 199 votes Everybody voted for Joe. John Devey got 2, J.J. Shunt ii...

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. — 6 November 1909

H The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom, Kdltor & Manager. H OARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS B Mi-- A. E. Bllckncy, postmistress H at Snntaqmn, suffered a stroke of K apoplexy last week it ml N In a Be- H i u mi i condition. H Mi' much talked of railroad ln H ini'i n Lund, Utah, and the (ir.-nul can H yon of tin- Arizona seems now to be B an assured fact. H Bet upon by a gang of hooddums In H Halt l.-iki- City, Kim, a Korean hoy m who attends the night session at the H Union sch. ml, wan l)eaten and robbed H Mary Hyan, a young woman from B Kansas City, Id stranded In Halt Lake BB City an the result of thelves taking her Rult cane, in which wnn her trans- HH portal ion and all of her money. HBl I In- Woman's bill Id 1 10; at I be Aril HBm cultural college at Logan Is very H near completion. All of llu extcr BB lor work is finished, and only a small BBl portion of the interior work remains BBl to be done. B The work of sending out 7,675 no- HB tire:. (,, corporations doing blislnes in BB U...

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. — 6 November 1909

The Beet Food for Workers. The best food for those who worX Ith hand or brain is never high priced. The best example of this is found In Quaker Oats. It stands at the top among foods that supply nourishment and vigor, without taxing the diges tion, and yet It is the least expensive food one can eat. This great food value and low cost make it an ideal food for families who want to get the greatest good from what they eat. Laborers, factory or farm hands, fed plentifully on Quaker Oats will work better and with less fatigue than If - fed on almost any other kind of food. All of these facts were proved and very Interesting Information about human foods were gathered by Pro fessor Fisher of Yale University In 1908. In addition to the regular pack age Quaker Oats Is packed In large sized family packages either with or without china dishes. 8 Two of a Kind. Mrs. Hoggs I hate to have a mar always complaining about some litth thing. Now, my husband is continual ly harping on the lace curtai...

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. — 6 November 1909

H SUNDAY SERVICES H Bp. A. K. Capener presiding. M Sinking by the coogregatioo M "How Firm a Foundation." j H PimyerbyD.E. Manning. Bing- M tag by the congregation "Prayer M h t)i' Souls Bencere Desire." I M Sacrament sdministered by m olui' Johnson and Cepbus H Anderson. Franklin BWooley'sl h name was presented and accept H ed by the people to be advanced B in t)ii Priesthood to office or an M Elder. William V. Bnnderson m ami 'I1. Ei Becrisl were sccept- M ed as ward teaehera in the Gar- M landward. The speakers were I T. B. Beerist, John G. Watt, j M Calvin W. Richards and Bishop m A. It. Gapener. Meeting closed I B by tin congregation tinging "(J uidc V () T h o u Great m Jcahovu." Prayer iy Luther m B. Nasser. Pretest 86. M L. W. Preston, wurd clerk. H . M In the evening a conjoint ses- M sion of the M. I. Associations H was held at the hall. Elder m Nephi L. Morris, president of H the Salt Lake Stake, addressed H the meeting on "Temperance H and Prohibition." M A. I'.. Manasa ...

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. — 6 November 1909

SEASONABLE DRY GOODS. Don't fail to call at our store and see our elegant line of Ladles3 Gent's and Children's Suits, Coats, Furnishings, Underwear, Hosiery, Shoes and Hats. Some very fine values in Bedding, Quilts, Blankets, etc. Our store is full and running over with Brand New Season able Goods. Prices away below what the same Merchandise has ever been offered at in the Bear River Valley. It will pay you to call. B. M. & P. Co., -Where You Get the Best- ii - - - mmmm i MVnil CFI I RKTTFD? Th. ' y you "uat u. Butter Wnppen. TgU SELL Blltll Th, Form tomplla. with MM l.w: price is ounces GARLAND 100 75c SEPAr.;.TCR BUTTER 200 ... . f 1.25 MR8 Wm KINC GLOBE 500 .... $1.75 GARLAND UTAH sn r-1- s-v r- 1.000 . . . . 9 .'"'0 L. I OrrlCc I.. PRINTING...I Is our hobby and we are prepared to turn out neat work at reason able rates, h: Give us a. chance to figure with you on your next order : j bi, j as More Truth Than Poetry. FROM A CITIZEN. Citizens, neighbors, you and I What will we ...

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. — 6 November 1909

H ESS MMK 0I" t-AfiUPNTr;5 H COMMUNITY SILVER H la found Park's Jewlery Store, tha horn H of fino silvar. Thia wara in hnivaa, forka, H epoom and fancy piaoaa ia guarantaad to m wtar twenty-five yaara and wi biek tha B guarantee. Comparable only with tha baat B Storlmt. aaaaV " ' --'- H SALT LAKECItr. UTAH' A flip aVTTO Advice ai ta patent- Bananas1 A W hi I .N 1"1'1 "d Procedure H 1 1 LU1 1 U FREE upo requMt. B Sead iketch and description of your invention. H Harry J. Robinson, Attorney at Law aad Solicitor M of Palenti, 304-5 Jadie Building, Salt Lake City H For the Season of Long Evenings. H There nro no lonely winter even- H Ings In I lie homes where the Youth's H Companion Is a weekly visitor, anil Un-re need he no Idle hours. 'I'he Ivnriety of the paper's contents ap peals to every Plumber of the house hold, and hefore one Issue Is ex- hausti'd the next Is walling at the H postofiico. During the winter season M The Companion prints nearly a htm U die, i complete storleB of con...

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. — 6 November 1909

P'; MINES AND MINING A good grade of ore is reported be ing mined by the lessees of the White Knob mine, Mackay. I Squatters are reported to be can i Ing trouble at Bannock. Nevada, and l steps are proposed to put the ele- '. ment out of the camp. 1 Ore from the Ewlllght Gulch claim, J near rllnt, on d.;qlay at rilivar lity, I Idaho, by Marcus White and It M. 1 l.wts, assays 1,804 ounces of sliver - and S0 In gold per ton. Eighteen sacks of concentrates, V valued at $16,000, from the Victor . nilll at Kawhlde, were stolen from a w freight wagon tnroute to Fallon, Ne- mf vada No clue hay been found. Development In being vigorously prosecuted on what bids fair to prove J one of the most valuaule deposits of asbestos In Idaho, situated five- miles southeast of Poeatello. 'J lie fibre shows a width of three Inches, which makes It a very valuable product. All local officials of the Goldtle'd Daisy company have tendered tbefr ' resignations, Including President Charles I. Wllklt.:ion. Sec...

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. — 6 November 1909

H The Garland Globe. H SA I I l 'AY, NOV 11)00. m Mi , . Uriel Hose is on the H Hii'k list this v"ck. H Mr. and Mis. 0. W. Richards, M Jr., were Hrigham visitors last 1 Sunday. m A. P. Peterson of Hoi brook, M Idaho, uji.s here on business M Monday nnd Tuesday. H For Sale .r-roomed house m with pnntry, elosets nnd bath. B Inquire of Eph Coombs. n6-tf m A few eases of small -pox are B reported to exist in town all of H which are him In- tjjtrigt. iuuvih H riiM . 1 Muster (Hen Nnook who was m injured last Friday by a horse H falling down with him, is on the H improve. H A number of children of this B city and vicinity are ill with m yellow jaundice that seems to H bo going the rounds. H A Kansas man hearing of a 1 Maine citizen who has success- H fully raised a $2 bill, wrote to H Washington for some of the H seed. Ex. H Lime bark coraei suddenly and is ex- H tremely painful. It i cmiNed by rheum H atUm of the muscles. Quick relief Is H affordrd by apply Inp Chamberlain 's H Liniment....

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. — 13 November 1909

I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER" VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol.4. No. 41. Published at Cmrland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 13, 1909 H Monday's Earthquakes. Bear River Valley waa treat ed to a thaking np very earl last Monday morning of the "good-eye" kind. A good many docks in this city and vicinity topped on the mark of 7 minutes to one a. m. iDOWttlg the time the "quake" came. Following the flr1 ihoek came another about two minutes later and at ( a. in. a third tremuor was felt in this locality. No particular damage was done, hut many people were frightened in good shape. Th topic of conversation Mon day was "Earthquakes," "Shakes," "Tremors" and "Quakes." The following note is taken from the Deeeret Evening News: "TREMOR AT OAKLAND T0PPLB8 SUOVU BA.QH Four thousand sacks of gran ulated sweetneaa lose their balance from shock. Telephonie messages from Garland state that a severe' shock of earthquake was felt I there at 1 o'clock tins morning. It was of I) '!ef duration, but while it l.iste I it c...

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. — 13 November 1909

M The Garland Globe B J. A. Wixom, Editor ft Manager. HHM OARLAND UTAH H UTAH STATE Nl:WS B ili'1 people of Salina can nov H boast ot the boot waterworkR systen H in the state. The work has beei H completed nt a cost of $23,000. H Un :i Muni of there being only on H ticket In the field at Sprlngvllle, tl B election for city officers passed 0 1 quietly, there being less than 2" H votes cast. H It is now rumored that James .1 H Hill Is to buy the Moffat road, and H i'li it the road will be extended to Hall H I Kin' City an rapidly as men am H money can H The Increase In the rate for Mg H IsterlnK mail, from S to 10 cents which went Into effect Monday, 1. H expected to Increase the Halt I-ak H pot id tlli o receipts about $2,000 H Helf-defense will be the plea ol H John Kothlaftls, a (Ircok, who Is on H trial In Halt I ako City on a OhATg) H of murder In the first decree fm H killing Peter Get is at Bingham De 1 cember 23, 1908. H ThomaB McOourlty, who Is em H ployed at the Hilver King...

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. — 13 November 1909

TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING THE BASIS OF SUCCESS. F Bince the InedienU Entering Penmo Are Known, Its Power as a Catarrh Remedy and Tonic is Understood. COLUMBUS, OHIO The ao tlve ingredients entering the most popular household remedy in the world have been mado known to the public. This means a newer in the adve.ring of popular fam lly medicind Pcruna leads. Peruna contains among other things, golden seal, powerful in its e. . effect upon tho mucous mem branes. Cedron seed, a rare medicine and unsurpassed tonic. Cubebs, valuable in nasal catarrh and affections of the kidneys and bladder. Stone root, valuable for the nerves, mucous membranes as well as in dropsy and indigestion. When a man tells a young widow that tiho is the only woman he ever loved she Is sure he Is eligible for membenhlp in an Ananias club. Strong Winds and Sand Storms ttuse granulation of the eyelids. T'F1 TITS EYK BALVE soothes and quickly relieve. All druggistsor Howard Bros., Hullalo, N. Y. If a man is a liar it is u...

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. — 13 November 1909

H SUNDAY SERVICES H Bp. A. It. (Japcncr presided. M Singing, "Now Let Us Rejoiee m in the Day of Salvation." Pray- H er by Peter Jensen. Singing H "Praise to the Man Who OottV H tnnmul With .ieahova." ttuc- H rament administered by Elderi H J. M . Davis and Thos. E. King. M Charlie Mnnns, .)r., was accopt- H ed as hciiig worthy f be Of" B dained to the Aaronic T'riest- h hood. The officer! of the (iar- M land Relief Society wore pre- H Mnted and eooepted as follows: M Laura S. i i e, president) H Sarah Jensen, 1st counselor; fl Dora King, 2nd counselor; M Oelilll Johneon, secretary; B Eli.a (Sleason, Asst. secretary; B Clara Mowry, oi'ganist; llor- B tense drover, chorister; IVr- B tnelia Rogers, treasurer. The M following wore the speakers: H Pp. A. H. Oapener, Lnoy A. B Clark, Joseph Jensen and Thos. H E. King. Meeting closed ly H singing, "America." Betiedic m tion by Albert drover. H Attendance 47. B L. W. Preston, ward clerk. H When ii cold becomes s.tt.led in l lie H system, i...

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. — 13 November 1909

1 f iOOKKEEPING ON THE FARM. Important Point That Beems to Con f corn Agriculturists Altogether Too Little. It may be necessary to give up all oherlshcd hopes for our life work a planned aud partly entered upon, and betake ourselves to farming to get the outdoor life and activity which Is demanded If we -rpect to remain In good health. We are like boys at school now, and muat endeavor to learn how to do everything required In the best possible way. If future conditions demand less detail In anv - ' as our methods we shall cast out wha' Is useless; on the other hand, greatet elaboration and omre care may br found requisite to attain tha end' desired In a satisfactory way. We are determined to learn all w. can by experience of our own an'1 from the experience of others. Foi whatever we do In the years to oom In the line of outdoor work, be H truck gardening, light farming, raising poultry, or breeding live stock, It If our intention to be thoroughly b ness like and aggressive to the e...

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. — 13 November 1909

H , orYJyAry BB Mating met?, on A f& r).)(c jf)y ?t)cs WM 7j( ' s)oncjor)ryr?ja)rjaf)ic M )c,cS)oucj. (Vo?rycc7jfVoS. ' M 6uo ofcr a out "?; codtveortM H Unfebr ftibrt9)iinoii m L DS.BU3'&JSWU?Ge,MLrLAI?7Z. M The Waltham Watch H la good watch haa a world wida rapula- H lion for rail ability. Wo havo aold and guar- B antoad Waltham Watehaa avor ainco tha H faetory started. H Wa aall all rallabla kirtda. &Q "T H ""Btmaih ST. H SALT LAKB Clir UTAH H I HARRY J. ROBINSON I M ATTORNEY AT LAW M 304 303 Judf a Building, Salt Laka City H PRESENTED WITH A BIRTHDAY H Hanceforth John Prultt Will Celebrate H Natal Day with Others on tha H Glorious Fourth. H It Isn't everybody who can give n B birthday present like Wllllnm E. Htm B ar gave to John Prultt, colored, n H couple of rlaj s ago. B Homer is the mnrrlage license clerl- H at the county clerk's office, and H H such he encounters all kinds of queer H situations. The other day Prultt cann M In to get a license to wed lOiiza Clin ...

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. — 13 November 1909

asaasaaaaaaa s NEW STRENGTH FOR WOMEN'S BACKS. . How to Make a Bad Back Better. Women who suffur wit!, backache, bearing down pains, dizzy spells and I that constant feeling xS iBflFl of dullness and tired- PtI 4f5H mtiR. ""I find lmpp YWHmPm in tlle aJv,ce Mrs- cCgc'-feii' IKm Mary Hinson of 21 I 55sWvSfl Htrother St., Mt. I -.' FV i Sterling, Ky. "Had I 7 ' T ' not "8e Doan's 1 I I i i Sk Kidney Pills, I be- I lieve I would not be living today," says I Mrs. Hinson. "My eyesight was poor, I I suffered with nervous, splitting head- I aches, spots would dance before my I eyes and at times I would be so dlz-iy I I would have to grasp something for I support. My back was so weak and I painful I could hardly bend over to but- ton my shoes and could not get around without suffering severely. Doan's Kid I ney Pills helped me from the first, and I I continued until practically welt I again." I Remember the name Doan's. Sold I by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster- Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N....

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 November 1909

H i H The Garland Globe. M - lit , NOV 18 I '.'"'. H Ed. N. Austin was n passongor H tr Ogrtcn and Salt Lake Thurs-; H day. B D. 13. Marble of Deweyvillo m was in town on business Mon- H Mrs. P, A. Nordquist and H children are visiting relatives H inOgdeu. H Mrs. D. J. Strong of Alpine H is the guest of her daughter, B Mrs. El. B. Baxter. H B ). Iluws is erecting a new H cottage on Factory street next H to j. V. I'reston's residenee. H Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rice cnme H np from Hooper Wennesday H evening to visit A. S. Rose who H is the father of Mrs. Rice. H I J. h Riter, general manager B of Riter Bros. Drug (5o., fM H hero on business Friday and H Saturday of last week. B M. A. Wallace, who has made B his home here for the past year B or more, left Wednesday to re- B aide in Arizona for the winter. B J. A. Rostau came to town B Sunday evening to take the B local management of Riter Bros B Drug Co. for an indefinite period. B Miss Roxey Hudson of Tre- B monton, formerly operator at B ...

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. — 20 November 1909

raP IbbV ls IbI HK - ' ' ' "' '--' '- ..... - ... . i i i i I, I,- ., , ., . ,r ,,. ,.. . . . .1 , . .-. . ., I., m .. i BBaaaa H COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H H Vol. 4. No. 42. Published at uarland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 20, 1909 lU Hr jH GARLAND'S NEW TOWN BOARD. Br I F tl "lBaMaafllBaaaaaaaaaaL BY BY 'fl FitfB BmB H Sl'-a ft f b1 Pi ' .' y" 'Vi- ft' 3 )- ' Ji Br -'J El Bi BJ BBBB BBBk xH bV-7-vS BB v- R2 Ki B I .yimTtSEiM r aV aw aV I BaassawtasaSSBBBja-aSSal - saBBaBaWaaaBaBaBaBBaBaBaBaSaBBaBal Reading from loft to right Buck row, standing Trustee Joseph Jensen, Trustee A. K. 'im 'tier. Frout row Trustee Thos. E. Seerist, President John C. Wneelon, Trustee Thales H. Edward. President John C. Wheelon. The re-election of John C. Wheelon as Town President of Garland, by an overwhelming majority, demonstrates the high esteem in which he is held by the people of this city. Mr. Wheel on's terms of office for the past two years has been a clean, pro ; gressivc and carefu...

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. — 20 November 1909

I The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom, Editor fe Manager. M SARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS B One additional clerk and one letter- M carrier have DMO mlcW-rl to the force M In the l'rovo postofllce. m A heavy snowstorm Htruck 1'rtrk H City on the 9th, the snow being nhout H 13 Inches deep the following morning. M The new ostoffice Imildiii; at Og- H den has been finished and the post- H office is being moved Into its new H quarters. H During a heavy windstorm In Kail H Lake City, a small frame Imlldllig was H picked up and tossed onto an adjoin H H In attempting to dismount from a H horse at I'lnlah. Hoy Kussell, aged 8, H fell Into a barb wire fence and was iH severely cut nhout the arms H Two masked highwaymen held up H a street car In the suburbs of Salt H Lake City, early Thursday morning, H securing $24. M from the conductor. H The Mldvalc city council has or- H dered that all the principal streets if H that place he named and appropriate H designs crerted to designate the same. B Dir...

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. — 20 November 1909

OWES HER LIFE TO I Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Vienna, W. Va. " I feel that I owe the lastten years of my life to Lydia I? ""TZ"" 1 K. Pinkham's Vego ulefSiliii' isW' table Compound. Mm rBk Eleven years ao t 1. was a walking K ' shadow. Iliad been 'r 4& Jfc&l Ul"u'r t'1" doctor's flr " ffy earebutfjotno relief. " tiA i y husiall(i per- M 8ua(ied me to try " (Srif Lydia K. l'inkham's rfrfHP" drlBl nke a charm. It re KmMhkI lieved all my pains and misery. I advise all suffering women to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Emma Wiikaton, Vienna, W. Va. . Lydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm tvi drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine in the country, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on file in the Pinkham laboratory at" Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female compl...

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. — 20 November 1909

B The Garland Globe RRRH ) A. Wimim. Kdltoi Mngr. M Telephone No 52 RRRH RRRH One year (In iidv.uiee) .$1 50 RRRj Six months RRRfl JJJJJb Ail-i m i in:1 Mill", fin nisheil on n RRRB BaaBM Enteral an neconit-claim matter February 17, RJJJjB 1909, at the pout office al Oarlanil, Utah, unfler RRH the Act of Consraia of March 3. 1879. RRH flbacribera wbn ftt ) i I heir RRRB paper ii'L'iiliirh , please imllfv this nrllcr 1 Garland Notes. H (From Bos Elder Republican.) H The new residence of F. O. H Hnws on Factory street is near- H i MKr completion. aaaal H J. A. Rostan is in town tak- M lutr charge of the Riter Bros. H Drug store. Baaaj H Garland has the distinguish- fl ed honor of another quake on M Friday morning. aaa H Hustling Arthur Wixom is RRH busy all the time doing sonic WM good for the town. He got the Wm town hoard together OH Kntur- RH day and had them photograph RRH eil for the purpose of having a RRfl half-tone cut for ;i write-up of M the town board next Saturday Wl in hi...

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