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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 20 November 1909

!own Officials. (Continued from page 1) Clerk D C Chapman. D. C. Chapman, who was re- Icently appointed Town Clerk to succeed HeberC. Cutler who re signed, was formerly a Salt Lake boy and a graduate of steno graph ry and book-keeping from Hennager's Business ( I o 1 lege - and the Salt Lake High School. Mr. Chapman was employed as a stenographer in the Auditor's office of the O. S. L. R. B. Co. for two years and then promot ed to the Paymaster's office, which position he filled with entire satisfaction for a year or more. In July 1908, he accept ed the pdsition of chief steno grapher at the Garland office of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. and has won the confidence and friendship of all the officials and his co-laborers in the office since coming here. Like unto our former clerk, Mr. Cutler, he possesses executive ability which makes him well qualified for the position to which he has been appointed. Treasurer H. B. Foulger Treasurer Herbert B. Foulger was born and raised in Ogden. In 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. — 20 November 1909

I t7l mapk or -ac.uarantllI I It is Time Now H To ba thinking what you ara going tobuy for B Chriatmae. Wrlla ua a Una and gat In touch M with tha now thlnga In jawalry and ailvar H gooda abaolutlay guarantaad and prloaa M bottom. WVa taka up aaoh lattar paraonally- Mr ArL!0ttra -alrMAIN TT. Mm (ALT tAKE CIIY. UTAH PATENTS SB 155 H Snd (ketch od description of your inrentiaa. M Harry J. Rablnion, Attorney at Law and Solicitor of Patrati, 304-5 Jadga Boildini , Salt Laka City H More Protection Desired. H A ClovHtmd DtlBlltW, frequently H called nut of thn city, had always ar- B i ii n : .'i i for Homo one to Rtay with liis H wife and little plrl during IiIh tb BOW, M Recently, however, he wan called M away ho suddenly thnt he had no op- m port unity to provide a guardian. m The wife was very brave during the m early evening hut after dark had fal- M len her courage began to fall. Hhe H nlayed up with her little girl till Maura M was no excuae for staying longer, and H then took her u...

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. — 20 November 1909

I NES AND MINING B All the way from Tuscarora to flj Mountain City, In northern Nevada, H are old mining ramps whlrh are awak- H enlnp;, and new ones belnR brought In H Actual wcrk of driving the Daly- Judge company's long tunnel at Park H City from the Snake creek side of the HJ range will be In progress within a B few weeks. Grading has commenced for the HR twenty-stamp addition to the Pltts- lU burg Silver Peak mill at Blair, Ne- 4Wr vada, which Is to have annual output T '. of the value of $1,200,000. L. The Nelson Queen Consolidated B Mining company Is preparing to re- HBi . sume operations upon a large scale P at Its mine in the Elkhorn district, ac- 8, , cording to advices from Park City. If Stock of the Red Warrior Mining B-; company, which operates the 7 ost fa ir'' mous of the newer producers of Men- is 'f ver county, rtah, has been Hated on '. the Salt lake Mining exchange. S; , The Utah Topper company reports fe for the quarter ended Septoniber SO: $ Net profits from min...

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. — 20 November 1909

m The Garland Globe. H HAfUH 'AV, NOV 20. l im Hi H Next Thursday is Thatiksgiv- m injrDny. H A few cases of small-pox are H Imported in East Qarland. H The Owens Hotel reopened H Sum In y after a few day's close H op. H Win. Perkins has leased the H Little Gem Cafe on Factory H street. H County Sheriff Joseph Jos- H cphson was here on business M Monday. H ph Coombs returned last H Sunday night from a business M trip to Salt Lake City. H Fred Foulger of Ogden spent B the fore part of this week in H town visiting relatives. M At midnight Tuesday night B another quake jarred the Bear M River Valley. Woulden't that m jar youf H J. A. Rostan, who relieved M Mr. Wooley as local manager H of Riter Bros. Drug Co., while M die latter was on a honeymoon fl trip, returned to his home in B Ogden last Sunday morning. H Chief Booster W. D. S. Har- M rington of the Box Elder Booster M that Boosts, Boost n 1 through B Garland Sunday on a Boosting M tour of the Bear River Valley. M Be gave this off...

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. — 27 November 1909

BV sssssssssssssssssssssssl QTI)c atiawi) Htobc 1 r i . ' ' ' ' " '- ' ' - . . 1 1 !. i i . .. . .ill,. . n. ii Ll H COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET fl fK ' TZZZ Ssssiifl B Vol. 4. No. 43. Published at iiorlond, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 27, 1909 jH Jumped the b Track. Em Monday night the north-bound W passengar on the Malad Valley & branch was delayed about three f hours by reason of the engine j and tender jumping the track at I a switch just south of Corinne. The freight engine wont down trotn Garland and brought the coaches up later in the evening. No one was injured, but the engine went down in the mud at the side of the track. The good lady at tho Corinno hotel fed tho multitude of side-track' ed passengers i,i food shape, even though it was an hour after supper time. Married Wednesday. j Miss Alice Wilcox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilcox and Mr. Merlin Steed, both of Farmington, were united in marriage at the Salt Lake Temple Wednesday of this week. Miss Wilc...

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. — 27 November 1909

I The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom. Editor ft Manager. H tARLAND UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS B Wm, F. Sloan, a resident of Salt B Iake, Is dead at Wlnnemucca, Nevada' B as the result of Injuries received In fi H railway accident. B Mark Harninr. MM of the most H prominent residents of Sprlngvllle, li H dead after an Illness of nix weeks BB from typhoid fever. WM The body of a man supposed to be M Morris Dryofuss, a butcher, was found m In Bingham, an autopsy showing that V the man had died from liver trouble BBl The Iehl sugar factory Is now H . grinding about" 1,000 tons of bttl BBn every twenty-four hours, from which BB 2.500 hags of Hugar are Hacked dally H Salt lake City Is to have a "wire B less club," Its members being youti' BBl men who have begun a practical study BBl of wireless telegraphy and wireless BBl telephony. BBl Robbers entered the Chester post BBl office and succeeded In getting away H with $ t:: r.M in cash. In postofflce funds H and about $20 form the Allred store B 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. — 27 November 1909

THE GRE AT AMERICAN TURKEY '' Done to turn is a dish fit fsr kink. . . How sfiout your Silver Ssrviee la It squally fit? . If you ara thinking of aomathlna battar v augfeet a paruaal of our new llnaa, Colonial, English or French. ..Your taata aaaily aatlaflad and your puraa hardly diaturbad. fj&L - ""MPmaih rt SALT LAHK CITY. UTAH Perfectly Unprejudiced. Hero the Judge took a hand In ex I amlning the vonlremon. L "You don't seem to understand the i question add:res:cd to you by the at- P torneys," he said. "What they want to know is whether you have fo.mod or expressed any opinion In this cnau. That is to say, have you told anybody whether or not you believe the de fendant guilty or the crime churned against him, or have you Bald to any body that you believe him to-be Inno cent?" "'Course not, Judge," answered tho venireman; "it ain't necessary rur me to 'xpress no opinion about him. I've knowed him fur thirty years, an" 1 know blame well he stole the cow " "That will do, Mr. Sk...

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. — 27 November 1909

m i M The Garland Globe H INDKPKNDKNT. H I A. Wixom, . . Kditor and Mngr. H Telephone No 52 B TKKMN Uf KIHHI mtpTiom H One your (In H(vnni'() ... 'I .Mi M Six .75 B Throe months oO H Admitting ratM tarnlslMd up H pllcntion. B Knlornl iik Horond-i'lnHH matti-r IVImmrv 17. B 1KI9. uf tin' pHt itfltrr nt iiirhiml. I Mali, uniler H thn Act of Omar.ui of March 3. 1879. H Siil. .. i -ihi-i-. who fill to rcrelvc their H papers regularly, please notify this office M The Box KMcr News had H turkey for Thanksgiving. B arjf H Don't you think some of our H Public men in Public positions H lack a little Public spirt? For H example: Most every town in H the state celebrates Thauksgiv- H iug, Decoration Day and other H holidays ly having a program H At the meeting houses or places H of worship. Garlaud has never H had any kind of public doings H on either of the days mentioned H above. Thanksgiving exercises, H Decoration Day exercises, etc., H 18MBI to "ye editor" to be very H appropriate and we ...

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. — 27 November 1909

County Commissioners. All the members of the board of county commissioners met in regular session Monday, Nov. 15. Communications as follows were read and considered. From T. B. Beatty, relative to registrars of vital statisties for Promontory and Kelton. , Ethelbert Larson was appoint ed for Promontory and Mrs. S. W. Klock for Kelton. ' From Burdett Smith, ask ing for copy of compiled Laws of Utah for justice of peace. Clerk instructed to order 12 copies of compiled Laws of 1907, and 12 copies Session Laws of 1909. From Ohio German Fire In surance Co., relative to insur ance on court house. A petition was presented from residents of Portage and Poca tello valley, asking for an ap propriation to Locate and repair road between Portage and Poca tello Valley. Referred to a committee of the board, road commissioner and surveyor to investigate. A liquor license was granted the Utah Hot Springs. Tree Inspector Carl Isaacson appeared and reported that San Jose Scale had made its appoarance...

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. — 27 November 1909

H A NUR8E'8 EXPERIENCE. H Backache, Paint In the Kidneys, Bloat H Ing, Etc., Overcome. H A nurse Im expected to know what B to do for common ailments, and wom- H I B3Bri ''" "'"' 'l"n' ' back. H CS ' aclie, constant Ian- BBB .i cjn-r. and nil:' r i "in LLbH Wttv BIOS symptoms of LLH IwPV kidney complaint, LLH Befc sliowld Im Kiiiii'liii to assagai BfVlm ,N'IH Mlnn'e LiIbH 'Ullr'iivv. "' H " pointing out tlie way H to find quick relief. Mrs. Turner used H Iximii'h Kidney 1'llln for a rundown eon- B till ion, haeknehe, pains in the sides and B kidneys, bloated limbs, etc. "The way l they have built me up is simply mar- BJ vclous," says Mrs. Turner, who Is a J nurse. "My health improved rapidly, j Five boxes did so much for me I am J telliiiR everybody about It." J Kemember the name Moan's. Sold J by all dentvrs. !i0 cents a box. Foster- H Milburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. H When two women begin to talk ovet H the tool I'll'"' his hiiI, mil ntaji'sly H hears a lot about their neighbor that ...

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. — 27 November 1909

KSHpiff I AFTER BEING IMPRISONED 8EV- 1 EN DAYS IN BURNING MINE 1 TWENTY MEN 8AVED. Fought Apparently Hopeless Battle Againtt Death, Eating Bark From -H Timber and Leather From W" Their Cape to Sustain Life. H i Cherry, Ills. Hoping against hope, K and flKhting against the terrible heat Wt and gases In the blazing coal mine, IB rescuers In search of bodies, came uin twenty men Who still clung to Jx life, on Saturday, and the men were brought to the top. All are on the W, road to recovery after a harrowing ex- B perlence which seems almost, beyond beller. After seven days and nights of con finement In the mine In which hun i dreds met death when Are broke out; after sufferings which almost drove them to madness, they are again sur rounded by their wives and children, and lrom staring death In the face, are again planning bright things for the future. After the men had been located, It took six hours to bring them to the surface, and when the cage came up with the men aboard, almost e...

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. — 27 November 1909

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, November 27. B Eli Manning of Fnrmington iR H the guest of his son, D. E. Man- H Bing and wife. B J. Q. Leavitt retnrned Wed - H nesdiiy from a business trip to H Salt Lake. H Quito a number of turkeys, H geese and ducks were raffled H Off at the Club saloon on the H e,ve of Thanksgiving day. H Geo. E. Hall of Portage H Stopped over in Garland Wed- B nesilny to get a Thanksgiving H turkey on a return trip to Ogdeu IH Where he went with a fine bunch B Of steers for the Ogden market. H Lame back coin en suddenly and Is ox- tiemcly painful. I Is caused by rheum H atl-m of the muscles. Quick relief is B afforded by applying Chamherlulii's H Iilniment. Sold by All Dealers. H Invitations are out for a grand fl ball to be given under the B auspices of the Ladies' ttelf- 1 Culture Olab at the Garland H hell next Tuesday evening, H November .'10th. The prizes H offered by the Club for the best H kept general surroundings of B the home will be awarded dur- H i...

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. — 4 December 1909

Qtyc (Sotlotd tiMobe I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol.4. No. 44. Published at Uorlond, Utoh. Saturday, Deo. 4, 1909 l J J w PRIZES AWARDED by the Ladies' Self-Culture Club For the Best-Kept General Surroundings off the Home. i The grand ball given at the Garland hall by the Ladies' Self-Culture Club Tuesday even ing of this week, at which the prizes offered by the Club fori the best-kept general surround ings of the home were awarded, was well attended and proved to be one of the most enjoyable socials of the season. Members of the organization met at the hall in the afternoon and tastefully decorated the in terior of the building in pink and white crepe Club colors. G rover's orchestra furnished the music and everybody seemed to have a genuine good time. At 11:30 p. in., D. B. Foulger in behalf of the L. S. C. C, made a very appropriate speech, giving a brief historical sketch of the Club from its first organ- Kitchen ShOWer Monday evening at the home of Mrs. .1....

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. — 4 December 1909

H The Garland Globe fl J. A. Wlxoin, MitOT & Manager. H ttARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEW! BHjfl 'Mi" people of SI George have put Bflfl up a bonus of $ I m. wHh rights of BHfl way anil depot grounds lor a railroad BHH Mrs. Elizabeth Troop Mau, ono ol BHB Hi' band of pioneers wbo made tie H Irlp to Utah on foot, died at Plain BHfl I'lly. on November 22, at the age of HjHH HjHH John WIIhoii, who confessed to hnv- BHfl !ng conunltteed more than a score of BHH burglaries In Salt Lfckt City, has been BHjfl sentenced to twenty years in the state BHB Bflfl .1 mies Strong figured In a lively BHfl runaway at Handy, when he was BHH thrown from the wagon and tinder the BH horses' feet, but fortunately escaped BHH without serious Injuries. BHH 1 :i ii I)osen, an Austrian, charged HjVH with shooting Tom Starkovltch at BHH Garfield on July 8 last has been cap BHH tuered In Nevada and brought ImcK BHH to Salt Lake City for trial. BHH The twenty-first annual grand en- HHH eiiinpiueni of the indepen...

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. — 4 December 1909

iNfiNire m &2T Brand WiiiTioCK, Mffi copybgw 907 er DosBJ-ntmitLL S-JXS!m&B$wttwluM 'iH 8YNOP3I3. Senator Mnrlcy Vernon's visit with his fluncfc was Interrupted by a onll from his i ! i -. i.i. s at the state capital, Both regretted It, the girl man than he, because phi- had arranged to nttend a dinner that evening with him. She paid he yearned for a national office for him. On Vernon's depk In the senate he found a red rose, accompanied by a plea for suffrage for women. He met the au thoress, pretty Miss Maria Greene of Chicago, who proposed to convert him i Into voting for house resolution No. 19 Miss Greene secured Vernon's promise to vote for the suffrage resolution. He also aided her by convincing others He took a liking to the fair suffragette. Miss Greeno consulted with the lieutenant-governor. Vernon admitted to himself that the suffragette had stirred a strange feel ing within him. He forgot to read his fiancee's letter. Vernon made a great speech In favor of suffra...

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. — 4 December 1909

H The Garland Globe H INDEPENDENT. H Editor and Mnef. H Telephone No 52 BH TKIIMH K ftl'HHI'lUrflON: BBBH One year (In advance) .... 'i.iti H SU month .... H Three BBBRj Advertising rates furn IhIk-.I up- BBBBJ BBBBJ Entered an wennrt-cann matter February 17, BBBBJ 190t. at the pout office nt (iarlaml, Utah, under BBBBJ the Act of Convraia of March 8. 1879. H Nil liter tlicra who fnil to receive their BBBfl papers regularly, pltMM notify this office H Walked Across H the Plains. H A Imost. every day the pupers H contain a report of the death H of Bomo aged man or woman H herein Utah; and almost the H first .statement after the fact of H demise is that "he walked a- H cross the plains"; or, "she was H one of the hand of pioneers who H helped with the handcart fori H gadc from the Missouri river H to Utah, in" and then followed the year. The record will not he con tinned much longer. Those old men and women are passing BBH away. And with them will go H something absolutely unique in H...

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. — 4 December 1909

The Slim Figure Again. The slim silhouette for nnother Reason that is the latest Paris edict, says Woman's Home " Companion for Deeember. The biff, famous couturieres to-day are tyrannical only about this one filing. They insist upon designing the most effective gowns for only the slim, svelte figure. The large woman with - broad hips, full bust and pro- portionately large waist is ap parently regarded to impossible to 'consider. In all other ways, 1 these Parisian arbiters of fashion are becoming less and less rigid in their dress edicts and this season, more than ever before, the costumes displayed show an infinite variety of styles. On a number of points, how ever, the largest establishments all agree. For instance, shoul ders are still narrow, skirts are round in length and fall straight in line. Sleeves are long and narrow for the street, but both elbow length and long for indoor wear. The transparent sleeve i is not so much seen. Waists definitely define the normal waistline. ...

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. — 4 December 1909

H A GIRL LOVES... H Above other earthly poeeeealone 1 A DIAMOND RING. H Now I a good time for you to glwa har H one. Our Chriatmaa atook ia large and H our erioea tha loweat. Write ua once. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI V " "-' Lbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! Jer LnCt&m BBBBBBBBBBS '"aSa MAIM fl H SALT Ultr CltT. UTAH. H Hit H A southern hanker recently told the B following about tt 8-yuir-old son: H Tim boy had been Invited to hkiii1 n H week with Home little hi. mi, in the H country. "Say and keep mo com- H Ihiiv, Jack," si: ill his mother. "Father H toes traveling this wwk, and I shall H be all alone Hare is a $5 bill for you H of the H Jack promptly closed with the of- H fei and the banker as promptly bor- 1 rowed the $5 at current Interest, H thereby keeping, as he observed when H telling the story, both the boy and H tho money In the family. OOM two H months later Jack wauled to recall H "What $5 do you mean?" asked tha B "Why, the $5 I gave you." H "I haven't any 5." B Hut I gave it to you. Mother, ...

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. — 4 December 1909

BALLINGER TELLS OF YEAR'S WORK I Report of the Secretary of the In- I terior Received. I PROBLEM CF PUBLIC LANDS Wp Development Through Private Enter- t prise Under National Supervision and Control Desired Reclama- Bl tion Service Discussed. S Washington, Nov. 2 . -The annual re ft 'crt to the president of Richard A. ? MalllnRer, secretary of the Intorlor. jjjJT was made public to day. and makes jjt Interesting reading. The report, cov- ers a portion of the time under the ad- W ministration of .James R Oarfleld. and Tfc Mr. Malllnger gives him credit for his jj earnest and efficient services. Secretary Halllnger comments on X the old public land statutes, and Con tinues: A "The liberal and rapid disposition or ? the public lands under these statutes jr and the lax methods of administration g which for a long time prevailed nat- g urally provoked the feeling that the x public domain was legitimate prey for the unscmpulous and fnat it was no ' crime to violate or circumvent the iV lan...

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. — 4 December 1909

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday , December 4th . B MIhh Iilbbie Brown of Ogden spent B few days in Garland this week. H Dr. Win. L. Rich made a1 H business trip to Ogdcn M . i n I .-1 - H returning Tuesday night. H K C. Koerner of the C. W. ft M. Co., H made a business trip to Ogden Mon H FOll BALE Farm and City H property. See F. D. Welling, H Qarland, Utah. a'28-tf H Robert Snow, an employe of the Oar- H land Milling Co., spent last 8unday H with relatives in Ogden. H W. A. 8tevenson of Studebaker . M Bros. Co., Farmlngton, was in town H on business Monday. B Joseph W. Otte of Logan returned fl fcome Sunday after a pleasant visit M with frlends"Th this city. M B. P. Riter, general manager of Rlt- H er Bros. Drg Co., spent few days la H Clarland this week in the interests of H the Arm. 1 A fine son camo to the home rH of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Jensen fH of Collinston, last Friday morn fH H Jot' and Curton Brown went to Of- H den Bunday to attend the funeral of H Victor Turner which was...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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