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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 January 1910

County (Commissioners The Board of County Com missioner met in regular ses sion Monday, January 8, 1910, The minutes of the previous session were read and approved. The' following communicn rions were considered: From Leonard Laul declining to ac cept the office of constable of East Garland preoinctj action deferred for one meeting. From President J. A. Widstoe of the Agricultural College of tltoh, relative to the horticul ture course to he given at the college from .January 24th to Februnry 5th, 1910, and recom mended that the hoard send the county horticulture inspector to said course; ordered filed. From H.J. Wright tendering his resignation as justice of the peace and deputy road com missioner for the Lucin pre cinct; upon motion said resign ation was accepted an re-ap pointment was deferred. From John H. Hovencke, rel ative to payment of poll tax; the clerk was instructed to refer him to Sees. 10 and 11, Chap. 18, Session Laws, 1009. From James E. Jenning ask ing the hoard to a...

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. — 15 January 1910

MR. DOOLY says: "Whlniver anybody offer to glvo yu somethin' f'r nawthln', or some jiiw' Tr lets thin It's worth, or more Tr somethli)' thin It's worth don", take y chances. Yell f'r a polI'V-fan." Our goods are guarantee Our price always verv reasonable. SALT LSAl Cfty. UTAH - seeds! Go") edi art the true foundation of Urge 'Mft. Our big Catalogs tilli ill about thr .U attds that grow. Scad for Free Copy. V06ELER SEED CO., Salt Lake City A Mild December. The late Joseph Dorsoy of San Jfrm. the famous detective, whoso beet feat was the capture of Canon Bernard after a chase from Alonka to Capo Horn, used to impute hiH suc amt to his knowledge of men. "A detective," ne would say, "should know the habit h of every laav Then no disguise ena deceive aim. "AH men, even the most unmothodl al, bave their habits. Even the tramp has his. "You treat, big. lazy loafer,' 1 aid to a tramp one December day, cmi ought to be in jail.' "YeB, Algie,' the tramp replied, as a pretended to fix a monocle...

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. — 15 January 1910

I inr is rag REVOLUTIONISTS OF NICARAGUA fcjT HAVE NO INTENTION OF LAY- Hf ING DOWN ARMS. m One Faction is Determined to Reject th All Overtures of Peace Coming From President Madriz and W Fight It Out. r Managua, Ntcaratna. President f Madrlz Is genenilly rust down i.y the m death of General Kornnz Diaz, who J 4 W! drowned while on his way to Ma- aaaafk IKlRlia to (llsniKM a peace Sell le:nellt. Wr Oneral Diaz was a warm friend of F Madrlz and it would have been pos- w nlble for the president and tne repre- S- sentatlve of the provisional govern- 1 nient to go over the whole situation S; ylth some expectation of an amicable agreement. j Dr. Madrlz Is hopeful of the early appointment of a delegate in the place of General Din., but he Tears that the i new peace envoy will represent only the liberal element of the revolution ' lets. Word has come to him that the conservatives, led by General Cham- orro, mean to continue fighting, and he has been warned that CttHtnOrrO and his army are...

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. — 15 January 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Hnturilay, Janunry 15, 1910. m Stake Quarterly Conference m to-day and to-morrow. B J. A Rotten of Ogden blow fl into town Thursday. m Harry Smith is at the Miller H Barber shop for good. m Mrs. W. R. Vahfleet was an M Ogden visitor last Saturday. M Fred Manning went over to m Mendon on business Thursday. H J. It. Smith of Reeves &.Co, m Denver, was here Thursday on M business. H Mrs. Win. L. Rich is visiting m relatives in Woods Cross and H Salt Lake. H Mrs. II ham Fowler went to H Farmington Wednesday to visit H relatives. H Mrs. J. Y. .Jensen was a pas- 1 senger to Brigham Monday M afternoon. M Mrs. S. L. Ooi of the Curlew 1 valley is the guest of her sister, H Mrs. Carrie Perkins. H Miss Louise (-lark returned H the fort part of the week from a H visit to Farmington. H Miss Mary Millard of Farm- H ington is the guest of her sister, H Mrs. Celia M. Grover. H Real estate and loan agent H C. W. Lawrence of Corinne was H hereon business Thursday. H S. E. 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. — 22 January 1910

J Slje (SmrlMtd &bbt 1 I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. 4. No. BO. Published of Oorlond, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 22, 1910 I I The Big Garland Sugar Factory Campaign Ends To-night. - - - Splendid Run. I a?4K . . Jubilant ; Jollification. One of the most interesting and "good-old-time" socials of the up-to-date class ever held in Garland, was the grand feast, festival and jollification given under the auspices of the M. I. t Associations at the hall Wed nesday evening. The town was "out for a good time" and the old maids came also. Clad in 1H47 costume and representing the Mantua Y. I,. M.I. associa tion of the bye-gone-days, the following "handsome" ladies, dressed as old maids, created a sensation akin to woman's suf ferage camp meeting in Kansas : Mesdames Annie Edwards, Maud Somsen, Larelda Cape ner, Maggie Wixom and Bertha Campbell. The hall was crowded with young and old who took part in the jollifications from start to finisn. Bushel baskets of popcorn, nut...

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. — 22 January 1910

H The Garland Globe H KflltMi A. Manager. B , ' AMD ... UTAH H UTAH STATFi NEWS H r (.,., . i mi f. colored, on trial at H Ogden for the murder of another col- B ore.! ii, an. Charles Staples, wag ac- B quitted by a A series of conferences between of- R flclals of the Halt Lake route are be- Hfl Ing held In Salt hake City, looking to B the reconstruction of that, road H Sidney Dibble, an old resident of H Sprlngvllle, wan found dead In hla H bed by the family Sunday morning. H He waa 78 years old and wan among 1 uie first settlers at Logan. H Six men became involved In the H red light district In Hark City, knlvea H being us.'. i. and four of the partlcl- H panta being badly slashed. All of H the men were placed under arrest. H Large receiptR of coal from the H Wyoming and the Ctah mines In the BH last two days have relieved the coal H situation In Salt Lake to the extent of H averting what looked like a famine. B An appropriation of flfi.OOO for the H general repair of the Union Pa...

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. — 22 January 1910

I PATIENCE UNREWARDED mb HPtl "Arc there any fLh In the lake .. here?" I dunno! Thin is only the second day I've beB fishing here! SOFT. WHITE HANDS May be Obtained in One Night. For preserving the hands as well as for preventing redness, roughness, and Mapping, and Imparting that vel vety softness and whiteness much de sired by women Cutlcura Soap, assist ed by Cutlcura Ointment, Is believed to be superior to all other skin soaps. For those who work In corrosive liquids, or nt occupations which tend to Injure the hands, It Is Invaluable. Treatment Bathe and soak the hands on retiring In a strong, hot, creamy lather of Cutlcura Soap. Dry and anoint freely with Cutlcura Oint ment, and in m vere cases spread the Cutlcura Ointment on thin pieces of old linen or cotton. Wear during the night old, loose gloves, or a light, ban dage of old cotton or linen to protect the clothing from stain. For red, rough, and chapped hands, dry, As sured, itching, feverish palms, and shapeless nails with...

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. — 22 January 1910

M The Garland Globe H INDKI'KNMKM'. m i a. Wimim. r.iiiior hii'I Mngr. 1 Telephone No 52 h nm ik xi imc Kir in in . B Oh vcur (in ndviinri') ,S1 W H Six inmiilis . . 'J'llllC III' HIT llS H Advertising miw hirnlaliud mi nt H Kntrriil un Hi'i'oml-i Iuhm mull' r 1'rluun.ry 17, BH 1909. at ili" P'"i! office ut Ciirlbinl, ITliili. untler Baj lln Act nf CongnwH of Mitrch 3. 1H79. BBj Siilrii-rilx'iM wlin fall In WColvi' I hull-1 H piipi'i's regtllrirljr, plt'Mtt iinilf till ulHi' j H A Damnable Outrage. M Twice within the last two m weeks the coDdnotor of the mix- H ed train on the afalad Valley H Branch bai given the citisens I H of this city ami vicinity some H shabby treatment that entitles H him to a royal good "ding-bump-. H inr." JFot example Goal haal H bean scarce and teams from all H around here come to town when H ever n ear comes in. The train j usually arrives at about .'! p. in. H and if the conductor had n H pinch of accommodation about him, the size of a mustard seed, he w...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 January 1910

County Commissioners. Thresigna1 ou of Beatrice M. J YVF ls Hfirtrar of vital 1 Htatistx-s at Looin, WM accept ed, and the MOM of 1 ('. Mun- see was suggested. A Communication was receiv ed from A. M. Brown asking what action had been taken relative to refunding his liquor icense, which was revoked at UOllmston. Clerk instruct d to write him that it is illegal to re- "Nl, fund said money. Dr. Harding reported that John Kennedy is sick and desired! transposition to his relatives in i Blackfoot, which he ordered 7 done. Jesse B (irover was appointed justice of the peace for Park Valley. E. S. Hansen was appointed constable of Bast Garland. The clerk was instructed to issuea warrant in favor of Edwin l)ix, assessor of Weher County, for that county's share of tax on transient slice). A communication was receiv ed from Edwin Bennion, asking for a refund of tax on sheep, paid in Box Elder Co. Referr ed to clerk and attorney. L. J. Anderson, deputy game warden, appeared and asked the hoard...

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. — 22 January 1910

M I0ES YOUR WATCH KEEP TIME? HMMMW If It doaa, ehaeh your tlma with our atand- H Inl railroad clock, uaod by all tha railroad H systame In Utah. If it doaa not kaap tlmo, B Ut our railroad watch exparta put ordar B lor you. Waaall all atandard llnaaof rall- H road bbbbbbbbV wmmm9j MWMM SALT LAKS C?Vx UTAK H this organ FVLLY WARRANTED 413 PER MONTH I n ;.'M paid to "f Kallruacl .Sllitlmi III BBBBBBBBBBB I'tllll Or Malm H CUT OUT THIS B Send in for Catalogue ISEEDS H Good irrd arc iKt trot foundation of larg t H crapi. Our big Catalogue lillt all about the B bait tacda that grow. Scad for Free Copy. H WOOELEB SEED CO., Salt lake City BTaaTaaTaraM H A Dull H The negro boy wan up for the fifth B time on the charge of chicken steal- B Ing. Thin time the magistrate de- H dded to appeal to the- boy's father. H "Now, Bee here, Abe," tiaid he to B the darky, "this boy of yours has H been up in court so many timet for stealing chickens that I'm tired of H seeing him here." H "Ah don't blame y...

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. — 22 January 1910

k A GOOD COUGH MIXTURE. Imple Home-Made Remedy That It Free from Opiates and Harm ful Drug. Aa effective remedy that wl'l usu ally break up a cold in twenty-four bourn, is easily made by mixing to gether in a large bottle two ounces of Glycerine, a half-ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine compound pure and eight I ounces of pure Whisky. This mix- f ture will cure any cough that Is cur- ble. anl Is not expensive as it makes rXj enough to last the average family an I entire year. Virgin Oil of Pine com- I pound pure is prepared only in the I. laboratories of the Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, O. P V CHANCE FOR BARGAIN. f For Sale Cheap Aeroplane Owner I No Further Use. Fight Against Plague Goes On. m Although the survey of the past I year's anti-tuberculosis work shows I that much has been done, the reports from all parts of the country indicate I that thin year the amount of money to I be expended, and the actual number I of patients that will be treated will be more than double that of the...

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. — 22 January 1910

The Garland Globe. H Saturday, .January 22, 1910. H J. C. Whcelon was in Krighinn m on business Monday. H Miss Esther Bott returned to H her home in Brigham Wednes- H day. H David McFerson went to H Clearfield to visit relatives Mon- H day. H Miss Ella Pierce returned to M her home in Farmington Mon- B Alfred Granger, the harbor of m Tremonton, spent Sunday in M Garland. m R. M. Lishman went to Ogden m Monday to visit his wife who is M still in the hospital. m Jasper Rhodes spent last M week with hi sparents, Mr. and B Mrs. A. I). Rhodes of Lehi. M One ease of small-pox in Gar- H land North E. H. Bingham. M Quarantined at the residence of Mark Hall. H The grand hall given at the M Manasa hall last night was well M attended and proved to be a B success from all points of view. H The Y. L. M. I. Assn. will i M giv a grand married folks ball m at the hall Saturday Jan. 20th. M Everybody invited especially H the married folks. M Mrs. J. A. Wixom with No. H 161, was the lucky winner of t...

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. — 29 January 1910

C v ER8 THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET 1 I Vol.4. No. 51. Published it Garland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 29, 1910 1 I N m ' . "HBI! i M J 1909 Garland Sugar Factory 1 Campaign Closes. Most Successful Run Since the Erection off the PlantNo Stops for Clean Ups. Monday January 24th, the 1909-10 Sugar campaign at the Garland Sugar factory closed, being the most successful run since the erection of the plant. From Oct, 2nd, 1909, to Jan. 24th, 1910, the factors baabeen in continious operation, not having had to slop, as usual, for clean ups. v The Osmose Progress, which t will give employment to about thirty men for a period of 70 to I 75 days, opened up immediately : after the big campaign closed. The work in the office is pro- Have You Seen The COMET? In the western horizon, below .- and to the right of Venus, the J$ evening star, a flaming comet has made its appearance every evening this week at about 6:30 to 7:20 o'clock. Tt has interest ed our citizens and caused con siderable com...

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. — 29 January 1910

I The Garland Globe H j. a. Wlxom, Editor & Man K GARLAND UTAH I UTAH STATE NEW! B The convention of Utah m nn iofpall- H Uu win be held In Logan on januar) 24 nn. I SI. H Nephl Manning, a popular young H man or North Ogden, li dead as the B result or injuries sustained ahen a he n .. kicked Mini H The thirty-ninth annual convocation H of the Utah grand lodge or Pree aad M Ace. pted Masons was held In Ogden M the ihst or th" week, H William Siuiili IMrkcr, believed to be the oldest man In Wchrr county. H died at nis reeldeaoe in Ogden on m January 18, of general debility at the M np' of M years. m Freight is now being diverted H through Price for the reservation. In- H stead of going over the I'luiah rail H way. Price is becoming a bigger to 1 wording point than ever. B Salem Is the nevl town to profit by H the government electric power plant H The town Is to be lighted hv the lirst m of .lime. The town of Mapleton is M also OOnelderlng the matter. H Oleomargarine ai 30 cents a ...

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. — 29 January 1910

THE WONDERBERRY OR SUNBERRY Has Proved a Great Success-Thousands Say It's the Best Thing They Ever Grew. The Wonderberry or Bunberry the anrolons garden trait originated by Luther ItmlKuik. and Introduced by John Lewis Chllds. the well-known Seedsman of Floral Park, N. Y., has proved a groat success all over the country. Thousands of people say It is the best thing they ever grew. w Mr. John Burroughs, tb well-known author, Naturallsl and bosom-friend of Theodore Roosevelt, says It is the most delicious pie berry he ever tastod, . and a marvelous cropper. I? . A Director of the New York Agrlcul- tural Experiment Station says It fruits abundantly even In pore sand. In tho short season of North-western Canada it Is n gods, nd, and fruits long after frost has killed most garden truck. D. S. Hall. Wichita. Kan., savs thirty people grew it there last season with perfect Mtll 'action. K. S. Enochs, Hammond, La., says it yields Jj.o worth of fruit per acre with him. Mrs. J. H. Powers, 4711...

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. — 29 January 1910

M The Garland Globe H INDF.PKNDKNT. H J A. WlXOM, . I. III. t in. I Mm r H Telephone No 52 H TKRMH MTMOsMlTtOVI H One year (in dviMMl) 1150 1 Si v in. .hi hs 71 H Three months 50 H A.h . ii Initio lilies flirnixliril nil i. BBBJ Entered m avcotni-claiiii matter February 17, BBBBj 1909, at the pout offlci M Garland, Utah, under H the Act of Conrrciii of March 3. 1X79. H BubwritWIV who I til Ul receive their H papers regularly, plense notify ibU office. H H Worse Instead of Better. H We have heard it said tlint H "when n fellow kicks at a rail- H road mail, he usually gets the H worst end f the rope." Guest H It'i true. The crowd who were H after the ear of coal Monday H got an extra hour or two added H to the delay and if the (ilolie H keeps kicking, )erhaps theeotn- H niunity will unload coal at niid- H night hereafter. H Whether the conductor of the B mixed train is responsible for M this kind of treatment or he is H following instructions of higher B authority, we arc Unable to 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. — 29 January 1910

') Sunday Services. Bp. A. R. Capener presided. Sinking by the ehoir "The Happy Day Has Rolled On." Prayer by Ludvig Larsen. Sing ing "How Great the Joy," ete. Sacrament administerd by Elders J. F. Devey and Voluey King. The speakers were Bp. A. R. Capener, A. H. Archibald, Chas. Wood, N. A. Peterson and Hanfo r d Bingham, Jr. A Singing "Judges, Who Rule the World." Benediction by Peter Jensen. 7 Eks Annual Excursion. The Elk's Fifth Annual Ex cursion to California and Hono lulu, will depart from Oregon Short Line Union Depot, Salt Lake City, Saturday morning, February 5th at 11 o'clock. The journey this year will be in one or more ipecia trains via the Southern Pacific to Los Angeles, returning by way of San Fran cisco over the Coast or Valley Lines. The railroad fare to San Fran cisco and return is 035.00; to Los Angeles via Sacramento, San Joee and Santa Barbara, returning via San Francisco, 141.20. Stop-over privelages it any point in California will be granted within the limit ...

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. — 29 January 1910

I gB H itntMARKOF" -A CaAPANTLLi Pf aWl Mill . "'jMI J Bfl Community - Iver is found at Park's BI Jewelry Store, the home of fine silver. Bfl This ware In knivei., forks, spoons and B Taney pieces is guaranteed to wear Bfl iwv.nty-five years and we back the Bg guarantee. Comparable only with the J Jest Sterling. B SALT UKeettY. UTAH I A BEAUTIFUL I PIANO H Terms $1.50 Per Week I $149 gB gggl Hf Freight I'mrf in any K ilroad BJ Station In Vtah or Idaho gH I CUT OUT THIS AD. BJ And Sand In for Special Catalogue I ISEEDSl BJ . J rrdi are the tree foundatiaa of larir flj crops. Our big Catalogat tells all aboat tbt BJ beat atcdi tbat grow. Scad far Free Copy. J W06ELER SEED CO., Salt Lake City BJ The Hopping Prince. H Senator Tillman at u Washington BJ dinner party was talking about the BJ duties of an ambassador. BJ "They are Important duties." said BJ .'he. "A really good ambassador BJ ahould know all about the country he Bj Is sent to. Then he wouldn't make BJ Um mistake oommltted by...

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. — 29 January 1910

Iv GOING UP! ftry 0 "You haven't nny work now?" "No, I'm just wilting, i ix-.in i,v opening cab doom, Tbi n I opened the doors; ol motor cm, w n,i v ., it inji tin tho Mroplaata ire ready." j EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH 1 VILLAGE "In Dowlals, South Wnlos, about flf- teen years ago. iBttiUsaj wore strick- en wholesale by a disease known as the Itch. lieli.vc me. it. is th" most terrible dlMCM of its kind that 1 know of, as It Itches all through your body and makes your life an inferno. Sleep Is out of the question and you feel as If a million mosquitoes were attacking you at the same time. 1 knew a dozen families that were so H affected. fl "The doctors did their be:;t, but their remedies were of no avail what ever. Then the families tried a.dr ig gist who was noted far and wide for his remarkable cures. People came H to hlra from all parts of the country H for treatment, but his medicine made matters still worse, as a last resort H they were advised by a friend to use H the Cuticura R...

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. — 29 January 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, January 29, 1910. H Found Door key. Call at H Tremonton postoffice. H J. R. Standing of Collinston H was in town on business Tues- H day. H W. R. Vanfleet was a pas- H seuger to Ogden Tuesday morn- H ing. H Miss Malinda Anderson re- H turned to her home in Malad H City, Tuesday. H Miss Eva Carter of Brigham H City is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Jos. B. Wallis. H Mr. and Mrs. Loren W. H Preston visited relatives in H Deweyville last Sunday. H Miss Hilda Nelson spent last H Saturday and Sunday with her H parents in Brigham City. H Mis. Stephen Longstroth and H Mrs. J. M. Francke were Tre- H mon ton visitors Tuesday. H A fine daughter arrived at H the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orso H Barnard Tuesday Jan. 18th. H Mrs. M. D. Evans went to H Salt Lake and Provo Tuesday H to visit relatives and friends. H Orson Anderson of Cardston, H Canada, was in town last Satur- H day and Sunday visiting friends. H Mrs. L. W. Preston returned H Thursday from Brigham City ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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