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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

B ' ! i - - i iii - n in i 1i miiiii-i liiiriimnni inn imiiiiiiMi.w nn ViiMr-m-rffiini i mill i " ' I I '"' ''"'" ' ..-,, jBB BBBLI H 1 HE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH I Garland City Globe H INDEPENDENT. H J. A. Wixom, Editor & Mgr. Bell 'phono - - - - No. 62. H TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: fl One Year (in advanco). . .$2.00 H plx Months . , $1.00 H Three Months GOc fl Entered as second-class mat- H tcr, Fchruary 10, 100G, nt the H post offico at Garland. Utah, fl under tho Act of Congress of H March 3, 1879. fl Suscrlbers who fail to rc- fl fceivo their papers regularly, H plcaso notify this office. M SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919 M IMMORAL DANCING H A group of peoplo were dis- H cussing dancing and inclden- H tally, it mignt be stated, somo H very uncoiupliinnctary things fl were said of the dances which H are now the rage, chief among H which is the "Shimmy Dance." H A certain young man was cliar- H actcrized as the .champion shlm- H my dancer of the community H uud upon getting a...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

I 'N !I -ygy .. B I P'l GARLAND qiTY GLOBE SgS&gTj I MlHlB S UllBlCD ----- I I September Offerings you I 111 uUT Q T 0 1 1 1 1 I I Cannot Afford to Overlook fll V T I AI1I f f I I thesabI opens Sat. Morning, Aug. 30th I qESses Saturday Night, Sept. 13th I ' Save Money by Trading in ' ' I WelnvjteYou jS f f j j j comeYou I I 1 I an i r --. -- 1 n R fl-fl LA THE DAVIS il'Wfc II I Confectionery fl T. D. DAVIS, PROP. I II x fl U Fresh Cnndy Cigars Soft I u I Chowiuer Gum CiRorettos Drinks I Peanuts and of I Popcorn Tobacco All Kiuds I KEELEY'S ICE CREAM FRESH BREAD, OAKES AND DOUGHNUTS EVERY I DAY I I Quality and Service is Our Aim j i Bell Phone, No. 1 4 I I I GARLAND, UTAH. I czz i i : : I The Palace I Dancing is perhaps the oldest amusement in the I world, yet it never seems to grow old. It changes in form as time goes on, being sometimes sublime and sometimes ridiculous, but it is always popular. IThe desire to dunce Is almost an instinct Dancing is the interprctatlon,in motlon,...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

I i. ., . T I I The Rexall Store invites you to purchase these ja I unusual bargains during Garland's Harvest Sale. S' A good many of these items will not be obtain I H able again this year at any price. Save money and tfgk I I' have the comforts of life. IjK L Regular Sale j jjgk J M Price Price "' ?$& I H Maximum Hot Water Bottles d Q " h A f " ' 1 (a winter necccRlty) PUU) X TrU - I I ffSSUSr" i $2;00, '$1j50 ' ' ' H I nccccsity) 'v H Colorito Hat Dyo '1 OQ OO I U Palm Olive Soap Doz. $X.50, $1,00 V H I Castile Soap 2 calces' for It 4 for a C H I 3feaaS l II "HS" I RexiCuco, $ 1 .20 , -75 1 All round toilet & bath '2 cakes for p'fi "4t "1 .1 f I Klcnso Tar Shampoo ' each OH 2 for og H Imported Superior Double 7C CjA I H Distilled Bay Rum Bot. ,. O j ,OU J I Palm Olivo Cold Cream tubes Qfl 91 - ,. Palm Olive Cold Cream Jars tjL ; Q M m- - Violet Dulco Cold Crearift- '"'' - 5A Afc "" ' Hf!' J llcrall Cold Cream each OA 2 for fiA H' J Sunshine Rubber Gloves Pr. rjA OA l I iO...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

T m I I ' I Overlad Lumber Company I Geo. E. Merrill Co. M and Associates I I I Everything in the builders' line oan be secured' here I I , , Lumber, Shingles, Latli, Doors and Windows. I I I A complete line of Builders' Hardware and High Grade H I PAINT -' COAL I I I '.'' We furnish all kinds of plans absolutelv free i - H I SOUTH MAIN STREET I I Phone 18 ' . ;:;Ar Carlanflv Utah I I lapBBWCurrr" r.rim.a. - .-- i"-.ifcwr .i-v jy .,. tw- ..'Jk , . iH I I GEPHART BROS. CO. 1 Leaders of Low Prices I ; Some off the reasons why wewi oan sell for lessa I We Buy for Cash, we sell for Cash. Low Operating expense, Low rent, I No Book-keeper, No delivering, No I high salaries. These facts together with our im mense buying power enable us to I sell you good merchandise for less money than any of Our Competitors. . I Be sure to visit this busy store durr, I ing Harvest Sale, and be convinced. , Gephart Bros. Co. s ; I o-iGarlaruliw Utah 1 SJ Oa Snider, Mgr. ' Branch of Golden Rule Store, rT-:,...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

MVH9 .it- 4, - - - -" ' "" " '! i jm. . T.Vj '" '' --"'"' t--- r"l -- 'j-rrTTniTrn r'-i t it "ii -. . J:"-'J..aAi-..-ipiigMBBWKKHMfcJw B I " ftamp "' - . ..,',; ..:;...... ' .. - ' . V .' " - - " I M -H' B '" ' - - I " H ;$p I . fl I I ' USTEN YOUNG FELLOW! ' I H You arc going to need a home, perhaps sooner than you now expect Have you made any j1, . - provide for that day when you will P' ! I H '' assume the responsibility of marriage? Do you have some definite idea as to how you will provide J.hi you' are sure to needier, ,aro .you ffey- fflp' I H M ,'W' just trusting to luck? Are you going to tako HER to YOUR HOMB,r, will you rent what Qver is availki. .id be subject to the wishes of a Land mBF jff I H H I Lonl as to what you will pay for the use of his property, when youiwlll hnve to move, what' improvement and repairs you can have .and the hun- fjf s if H H I y: dreds of little things renters are always Bubjoct to? Jjjjg " Mm , j H I Start Now To Provide A Home I i I H I ( The ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

A HEARTY WELCOME! U ffff E BID YOU WELCOME to our Mar- J I ket when in need of j I Meats, Vegetables 1 ,. . AND GROCERIES itni I I Everything Fresh and Sanitary. T I Quality and Service Our Aim. JL I I Make Our MARKET YOUR HEADQUARTERS 1 j HI I Garrett & Richards ?; (1 Dealers in Meats and Groceries. B U Buyers. Feeders and Shippers of Cattle and Hogs. I I I Phone 26 GARLAND, UTAH f L M . - w" J WELCOME - I We bid yon Welcome to moke inspeo U I tion of the very, latest lines of mer I chandise recently purchased by our Mr. I I Abramson on his Eastern trip. I I GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY ':; I I Prices and quality guaranteed during this Great j Harvest Sale ' I Many Extra Specials during this jj I Sale . ' IWer urge buying Early as uKiu jj some lines are limited I The Golden Rule Store Morris Abramson, Prop, I t.. U GARLAND . UTAH f I jff J I specy Silverware saw I For Two Weeks Only I I Holmes and Edward Table 1 845 Rogers Table Ware I are Table Spoons, Charter Oak. Vln- H t , , tage, ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

1 w - , ,. mm ' -- t.an mi i r - - i MM. 'r ""MMBWfTTM"hi"llMll -T I Extraordinary Savings ..,.,fV: I r- : '. pp OLAED "' ' 20-per-cent Dl'8C0Unt on a11 Men's nnd Boys' Pelt Hats-K,''ar I t TIMES MAY CHANGE AND MEN MAYr .j , Pah. Il0se glven wlth evcry purchnB0 of Peter's siioes. r' ; . I x" ' change with them, and tastes may Jjk '. ' E i hancje Too-but Square dealing ,Jt fimrwi RarriaifK a" . "V- ' - c2THE TJtvl&S .1 MatcileceWrbos.- . '' W i I I ' lllf BUSTER. &ROWN JA White Flyer sundry Soa, 5 cents per bar. " V " ' L I 1 I v - tt53v awfi& ' $fV 1 ,, JIanor Il0UHe steel Cut Coffee, 40 cents. ' :j'r'" H H I .; VJ- - C? -f A $ boxes Macaroni, $1.00. - , '.",. I I : p3ffljjrw;S Special- Special , '"-: , , ' I . i nClV, Al o ufjL c ' ?m 3 Quart Aluminum Kettle and Cover nnd 4 Quart lipped Preserving .Ket- iK ' ' i j Hgj & kjlil ,'W tie given with $5.00 in trade and $1.CG cash. Regular retail value of this "," " I H V.nciriQCCl Hpy vi) vP 31 Aiiuninum Set-2M- I H I t" ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

If 1 : . B THE OAKLAND CITY CLOSE, OAKLAND. UTAH " ' ' I Utah Indus I trial Review B Pacific Coant Manufacturer and K Industrial Nows Bureau H Aug. 2g. Utah's potato yield H is 1G2 busaols per acre. H Utah's peach harvest cstimut M ed at 808,000 bus. against 735, M 000 bus. in 1018. H Ogden Union Pacific Co. to H rebuild ice houses, recently de H stroyed by fire. B Lack of production in all lines m and the tendency to still further H reduce production by unrcaBon- H able shortening of hours while B still firther increasing wages is B the nightmare of Industry to- day. m Provo Tax lovey for city and m and city schools shows increase H of 1 mill m Salt Lake Work to start on H1 additions to Franklin and Grant j schools. H Utah road fund for 1Q19 is $10,000,000. Includes federal, 1 state and county appropriations. H Princo Consolidated Alining H Co. planning to go after ore on H '-lower levels. MIno one of most H consistent producers in west. B Western Union Telegraph Co. H will rebuild...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

H THE GARLANDjCITY GLOBE, GARJLAND, UTAH 1 - A,fcA....aaaas.A.ssAAA-aAAsmAAAAAAsfcAJs,..l I ! Dice of Destiny H " By .JACKSON GREGORY i H Copright i H "WHOTHE DEVIL ARE YOU?" SaSAVJ H Bynopsls-Senor Antonio do In M Querra, a Hno old Bpanlara living H on Ma ancestral estate on tlio H r American sldo of tlio Mexican bor- H der, la Informed by Ills American B lawyer, Dempton, that there Is a H technical error In his will. Ho H thereupon signs a new will, without H reading It. Whllo this Is going on H his adorable granddaughter and H heiress, Senorlta Teresa, Is out on H her rose-covered balcony listening H to American lovo-maklng from Billy H Stanwny, owner of the Fainted H Itock ranch. Teresa goes to Join H her grandfather and finds him gone, H with the drawing room In disorder and blood on tho floor. The Amer- H lean takes command of the sltun- M CHAPTER III Continued. "Twrnty-flvc," replied Onucho H promptly. H "Good," cried Stnnwny. "Take H twenty men with you; send the other H fiv...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

Vf ' """-""""-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-"""'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBBbBb 'IH all lBifliflir BibVJ bH - I BbB THE GAT?T.ATv'n CITV GLOBE,GARLANQ. UTAH, , . , c H bYbYBbK J I, 'B A Complete Jewelry Store 'H Known for Service H Famous for Quality SB Easy Prices BOYD PARK -BJB MAKERS OF JEWELRY , MO MAIN STRUT SALT LAKE CUT H Business Courses H BJ Stenography Boekkechtg H Dlctaphoae TypewrHhig B Clvtl Service Fostiag MmcMae BB ' M L. D. S. Business College H 8eH LaJce Clly, Utah H Z)y ant Evening All Ih Yar I I Typewriters H All make Rattled, Repaired, Sold. M Write for prlcea-7.SO to 9100. H Utah Office and School Supply B 33 W. and South. Salt Lake City, UUh I GOOD LAND at $25 PER ACRE H This effer mar Uit only n few days. Two M H acre tract, ono runced. In punipfiir district, H tinlmprovcd'lamleiindylnam. Kircucntsuirar H bU and alfalfa on adjacent farms under !pump. Plenty of water to fret under ground. No drouilit, no lou, no worry. Ideal method of frran j. Own your own land and water ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 30 August 1919

H THE GARLAND CrTf GLOBE GARLAND, UTAH M """" -II - -- ' . - - . . . .. . MMWW j B " r i 1 " - - ' - .. H ! THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE; H SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919 I t LOCAL HAPPENINGS H Quarterly Conference to-day 1 and to-morrow. Mrs J. C. Coombs and son H went to Salt Lake Wednesday. H The "Harvest Sale" Is on at H full Mast H J. C. Coombs was in the H County scat on business Tnes- H Mrs It. D. Crompton was a H south bound passenger Wcdncs- H day. H Mrs Ilyrum Peterson visited H Brigham City Friday of last H Joseph Hadficld of Riverside H was in Garland on business H Tuesday. H Mrs. Horace Welling was an H Ogden visitor Wednesday and H Thursday. M Mrs. Charlotto Tims of Fly- H mouth was a Garland visito H Wednesday. H Don R. Lamb of riymouth H was in our city on busines H Wednesday. H Miss LaVon Edwards of H Spanish Fork is visiting friends H in this city. H A fine son was born to Mr. H and Mrs. Jim Tnzoi, Thursday H morning of tliit wccic. H Lcslio Jensen and wife rcturn- H ed to Po...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

Hi -w J - - - - - -' - -- - -r Tr '" - - ,rB H ;l Council of Defense H JSR stntc Capitol Bldg H GARLAND CITY TIIM METROPUS COMMERCIAL AMb flWCt CEOT 6 THfc QRiBAt fiBAil mvmi VALIY 1H H ADVERTISE in the rrAfETTV ? A f Y fA lkTWf Timi f Tf AHf ! DON'T forgot to roao I H paper that goes into J I W-M g f , MM I Jk I .If I II f 11 Lf tho advertisements In J I rot,peo' 1 nc UAivLAnM LI 1 r UjUJion slscu mo-5 j I I COVERS THE BEAR R I V E R jgffij' ALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H VOL. XIV - GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1919 No. 32. H I Quarterly I Conference M Tho opening session of tho B Stake quarterly conference was B n meeting of tho prcsthood H which' convened at tho stake M tabernacle Saurday morning at 1 10 o'clock. Elders George F. M . Richards and Andrew Jensen, 1 representing the general auth- H orities of the church, wero pres- H cut. Opening song, "0 Say What H is Truth," by the congregation. 1 Prayer by John J. Shumway. B Singing, "Come 0 Thow King H of ICings." Reports wero give...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

MBBBBBBaPWBaBBBBa's'WsPsPaBMsPPs bYbYI H TriE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH I Dice 5 D ' i yiffl BOH Qstmy. wj I Jackson? yiM COPYIHGHT J 1U "4, B "HELD FOR RANSOM." HJ Synopsis Senor Antonio du la Qucrrn, a nna old Spaniard living on his ancotnil entato on the American nltlo of tlio Moxlcnn bor- tier, Is Informed by his American lawyer, Dempton, that thero Is u technlcnl error In his will. Ha thereupon nlRns a new will, without reading It. In the meantlmo his adorable granddaughter and heir- ess, Scnorlta Teresa, Is out on her rose-covered balcony, listening to American love-making from Billy Htanwny, owner of the Painted Hock ranch. Teresa, going to Join tier grandfather, finds him gohe, with the drawing room In disorder and blood on the floor. The Amer- lean takes command of the sltua tlon and arms the de la Querra , ranch hands. Benor Eduardo' Ila- BB mon Torre, a hated kinsman of the do la Qucrras, appears, says ha encountered Moxlcnn bandits riding south and shows a scratc...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

I eH I f THTf, ftAPT,ANr TTTV PT.nKE PART-ANO TtTAH f- I I Can You Afford That Bad Back? Nowadays to be half crippled with i Utt?l chins hack is mighty expen sive; If you suffer with constant back aehe, feci lame, weak and all-played . A.i ."iW nvoua spells and fita of ?Wuea" look to yomr kidneys. Von can t do a full day's work without well kidneys and a sound, strpnpr, back. Uee P?nj S:iAneV, PS"- voan'a havo helped thouaands of workert. Atk pour nelflft&or A Utah Que ,h Mathlas, sk 3 d farmer, MB ud Boutli and eJTFl 1id . East St., -. Br I vham, Utah, I KJ77TV aaysi ''For a num. A TI V, , ber of rears I suf. D t2& fered from severs I J ' -CSj attacks ot back- 1 Jr ache. Sometimes It was hard for mo J j.JgTrr to set up from a 2WBBM chair, or from a )! stooped noil laslslsW Mon. lly kidneys rfJHH caused me mors or - less trouble, too, I used Doan's Kid' nsr Pills, and In a few day tho backache left mo and my kidneys be came normal." ' D'i al Any Stars. 60s a Boa DOAN'S VhTiV...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

H - THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH H Garland City Globe INDEPENDENT. H J. A. Wixom, Editor & Mgr. FOI Bell 'phono - - - - No. 52. H TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: H One Year (in advance)... $2.00 1 ! Months $1.00 H Thrco Months 50c H Entered as second-class mat- 1 ter, Fcbmary 10, 190G, at tho H post offico at Garland. Utah, H under tho Act of Congress of H March 3, 1870. H ' Suscrlbcrs who ' fail to rc- H icoivo their papers regularly, H please notify this offico. H SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1919 H WOMEN DEMAND WARS SHALL END 1 Peace League Means Moro to H Them Than It Can Mean H to H DR. SHAW'S STIRRING PLEA. H (By the Late Dr. Anna Howard Shaw.) H Seven million ono hundred thousand H men who Imil laid iloxyn their lives In H tho trout wiir. Think of It I Seven H million, ono hundred thoutmud young H men hud died on tho field of bnttlel What does that menu to tho women of tho world? It menus that seven H million nno hundred tlionsimd women B walked tiny liy day with their faces toward...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

t . " THE OARLAND CITY QtOBE. OAKLAND. UfAH H Utah Indus trial Review Pacific Coast Manufacturer and Industrial NoWs Bureau Sept. 1 Alta Conditions here rapidly improving, with Homo mines approaching posi- tion.that promises shipments In ! near future. Safe Lake Erection of $40,- 000 L. D. S. chapel in Wells i ward planned. , More than 20, 000 employes of Swift & Co. own stock, pur- 1 chased on an easy payment pro fit sharing basis. Salt Lake 40-mlle trail Into Black's Fork country in Stinf mit county being constructed by U. S. forestry csrvlce, cost $30, 000, Utah commercial production of peaches estimated at 808,000 bu. as compared with 735,000 bu. last year. , Provo Development work be ing done at Syndicate mine in Santaquln mining district pro - mises, the opening of big mining fields of west. Salt Lake $75,000 medical ' ' building at U. of U. nears com- pletion. , J V Twelve road building pro- Jects embracing over 105 miles - highway In Utah and Nevada i, now being complete...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

M TftE GARLAND ITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH., , ;ri?.. Wll-h GETS NEW HAT, YET SHE COMPLAINS H Bays Husband Is Liberal Spcntfer fl Except When Household Js H Concerned. H Twenty cents will not purchase a m tultnblo hat for the wlfo of n man who M rnrnn $2,000 n month. M This point was decided, officially 1 nd llnnlly, hy tlio nppcllato division M of the supremo court In New York M when It affirmed the decree of sopara- M tlnn awarded by Justlco Pendleton to M .Airs. Clnra II. Montgomery against M her husband, Joseph It. Montgomery, B who Is n raw sugnr buret for Arbucklo H Urothcrs. 1 Mrs. Montgomery stated In nfll- m ilnvlts opposing her husband's npplt H ration to have set aside tlio sopnrn- fl lion order that her husband was n lib- H rral spender except where It came to H his household. 1 Ho would allow her only $1 a H day for food and nothing for cloth- H Ing, except on ono occnslon when ho M doled out 20 cents with which to H purchase ft new spring bonnet, sho H declared. Eho $nld ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmii THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH H WK5 W j GLENN E. PLUMB MAN OF THE HOUR J 1 Tho man of llio hour Is Glenn B. I'tunili, tlu nullior of labor's plan to nntlonnllzo the rnllronds. A few dnys ago he wus us unknown to the man In tho street os any chief In I'ntagonln. Ills nnnio Is In the headlines now, and will stay there n long time. Tho spot llRht has been thrust upon him with dramatic smldennoBS, Ho Is n corpo ration Inwyer who gained his cxperl enco In trnnsportntlon matters In Chi Mr. riumb clings steadfastly to tho ussertlon that tho railroad unions aim "to cllmlnnto tho motlvo of operation for prollt and substltuto th motlvo of operation for service," tQ which ho adds the corollary that "11 means democracy In Industry, without which democracy In politics Is n mero iWtt-Vs-A i shell and sham." kjftffi k ,,L' "V0H w1"1 hls f,,mlIy ,n C1,cvy ,',?li5Wj!' lt .1 Chase, having moved thcro from Chi cago rccently.whcn It beenmu apparent that his work ns counsel f...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 6 September 1919

H .-- THE QARUND GIT QLOBC uARLAND, UTAH , immJlmdtmtmiat. I H -" - i j - i j THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE; M j SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1919 H i i LOCAL HAPPENINGS H September. i H Dixie Shelton motored over H to Wellsvillo on business Wed- WM ncsday. I H J. II. Shaw and wife of H Illdgcdalo, Idaho, were Garland H visitors Monday. I H W. II. Vanflcet returned H Tuesday from a trip to Ogdcn, ' H Farmlngton and Salt Lake. Hfl A. 11. Castlcton, Sr., of Malad, H spent Sunday and Monday witli H Iiis son, Agent A. R. Castlcton, M H Miss Mahala McFarland rq.- H turned Tuesday from a two H weeks' sojourn In Solt Lake and H H Local Manager G. R. Cole of H Ritcr Bros. Drug Co., made a H business trip to Salt Lake City H Monday. H Mrs. A. R. Castlcton went to H Malad last Saturday to start H tlio children In school there H Monday. H Miss La Von Edwards, who H has been visiting here, was a H passenger to Salt Lake City H last Sunday. H John J. Shumway and wife H motored to Clarkst)n and Pres- H ton on bus...

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