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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 February 1910

I NOTICE. All persons having any inter est or claiming liens on the within described locations, will take notice that 1, Alexander Caldwell, have taken possess ion of these claims ami am About to assert my rights for non-payment of assessments as a lien according to law. DBBOBIPTIOM OF PBOPBBTYl The "Georgia" Lode or Vein Mining Claims, more particu larly described as follows: Com mencing at a point BO feet south W from the Discovery Monument, ) ,. (( and at the south center end I stake on said lode vein, (which y is on the north line of the An nex Claim) running thence north 88 degrees 43 minutes East (Along the north line of said Annex Claim) .'UK) feet to the south East Corner Stake Monument No. 1 (which corner is identical with the north East corner of said Annex Claim No. 2 and the west line of t h e Gretchen Mining Claim) thence North 1 degree 1 7 minutes West 1000 feet along the west side line of said Gretchen Claim and the west end line of the Kip Van Winkle Claim, to the no...

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. — 19 February 1910

B I The Garland Globe R .1. a VVIxoni, Editor & Manager. HI GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H? The county commissioners have K granted ;i petition to 111:1 ki- Annahclla HE sn incorporated town. HI Increased cost of living g tho rca- H Hon given by tho cement workers of H Halt Lake City for a demand for an M Increase In wages. B The county commissioners of Tooele H rounty Intend furnishing the farmers B with strychnine with Which to exter W" mlnate the ground SOJttirrelS It is now being rumored in Salt Lake that the St. George route will be Hm chosen by the Sail .ake, Los Angeles HJ and San Pedro rallrond when the road H is rebuilt. H Government cattle Inspectors are H finding very little tuberculosis in H Davis county. Of ninety-nine head of H cattle Inspected, only three were H found affected. H From reports at hand the wool sea- H son In Utah this year will be a splen- H did one. with a good clip and good H prices. Prices now being offered by H eastern buyers range from IK to 22...

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. — 19 February 1910

TnTmmmmmm " The Wonderful Y. M. C. A. In the past ten years M other re ligious organization has received so much mOOejr as the Y. M C. A. Mil lions have been raised lor new build ings all over the land, and with no ap parent strain. Its business like admin istration of Its vast resources, its en ergy In pushing its work in the cities and through the railroad, army and navy branches and its Hue policy in following the armies in all recent wars, have created for it a world-wide enthusiasm. At the last banquet of the international committee. Senator Root affirmed that the) bad made their way by working with men more than by talking to them, saving: "Come with us." not "Go do that." By their appeal to all classes of Chris tians, as well as to nou -Christians, ;they have kept out of doctrinal theol ogy, and by their activity in good works they have escaped cant In religion. All interested in saving our hoys and 1 young men rejoice In their world-wide success. Leslie's Weekly. Btati or Oh...

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. — 19 February 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, February 19, 1010. K Washington's birthday Tues- H Miss Lizzie Preston, is visit- H ing relatives in Garland . H Jack ()' diamond March 5th . B Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Evans B spent last Sunday with relatives B in El wood. B Joseph 11. Wallis and babies F .spent last Saturday in Brigham H with Grandma Carter. L Kobt. Orbinn, brother of Mrs. B Eph Coombs, spent last Satur- B day and Sunday in Garland. B F. D. Welling made b u si - B Hess trips to the county seat B Monday, Tuesday and Wedneb- B March fith, Jack 0' Diamond B by the Garland Mutual Drama - H He Co. 2t B O. L. Wilcox returned last B Saturday from n visit with rel- B stives in Cache, county. B Wm. Perkins blew into town B the fore part of this week after H Spending a few days in Idaho. H Mrs. L. W. Apgood of Salt B Lake, is the guest of her sister, B Mrs. Larelda Oapener. B JackO' Diamond March rth. M Mrs. Barry Passy returned H the fore part of this week, from H 4 visit with relatives in Paris...

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. — 26 February 1910

COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 6. No. 3. Published at borlond, Utah. Saturday, Feb. 26, 1910 Stake Relief Society Concert, Bazar and Conference. BIG THREE-DAY EVENT. Crowds of People From all Over the B. R. Valley Come to Garland to Take In the Grand Con Cert, Get Bargains at the Bazar and Attend the Stake Pellet Society Conference. The center of attraction this week has been the big doings at the Garland hall, under the auspices of the Bear River Stake Belief Society. Tuesday afternoon a grand matinee was given and in the evening the hall was packed with people from all over the valley who turned out to witness one of the best concerts ever given in this city. Wednesday the big bazar drew hundreds of people to the hall, the interior of which pre sented the appearance of a "swarm of bees." Thursday a well attended con ference of the Stake Relief Society was held, which con cluded the big three-day event. THE MATINEE. tfejtt Tho Matinee Tuesday, at 2 '" p. m., was...

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. — 26 February 1910

B The Garland Globe K Wlion, Bdttor Manager. B GARLAND - UTAH I UTAH STATB NEW.S H The town f)f Mldvnlo Is fo hnve H volunteer lire department H Tin- town of Price i to Imve H lighting plant iiH noon us (lie siime H niiiy bo built, tlie citizens having 1 voted IioihIh for Hint purpose. H For bur)ftr1Si& a Denver ti I ; i H Grande Ijox em or merchandise, C H Lytic, former telegraph operator a( B MoiiuiIh. lias lieeu selileneed to I wo V years' imprisonment. K lie llsli lial('hel in Solllh loll,, L Provo can. Mill, is In BUQCQglfOl opera- B Hon. One million ralnliow trout egg! received lately have been hatched ami H me hiedni'ss promise to I"' very suc- H H The annual convention of the State fl Horticultural society, held In Salt H l.nke City on Tuesday and Wednes- H day, WBK well attended, questions of H Interest to Hull growers of Hie slate B being discussed. H The holding of ft state convention B for county auditors, assessors and B treasurers tor the last part of May H : and 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. — 26 February 1910

! ri WHEN YOUR BACK ACHS OUS- PECT THE KIDNEYS. nackaehe is kidney ache, In most cases. The kidneys ache tad throb IajfB-aw"ai with dull pain be f "a-J :i"s'' ,h'r'' ls ln" rwiisirjv' -. Iliinmiaiion within. I WY4 11 can l e r'(l ' i wT ) it ? "10 a( he unl" you J a"pk tlr.' ' cure ,n cause the wfp JBKk Doan's Kidney I 'V ' ' J'1"8 WW SlOh kid in neys. G. 3. Warren, i IP , 7 1517 No. 7th St., I 1 I Boise, Idaho, says: I Ii I " An ,n-i,,ry ,o my I IB II I bark years ago left I I mo lame. I had to , 10) I if ns'' ' '"""' ant' " I I A ' '""', ""' ' "it ilIy to i I t2 " - ' s'"n') '"' "" '""' ' J J3fo jji kidney secretions "e passed too frequent- t y. For five years sinre I was cured I by Doan's Kidney Mils. I have had no return of the trouble." Remember the name Doan's. For ' sale by all dealers. fib cents a box. ' Fo8ter-MIlburn Co., Huffalo. N. Y. The Perverse Sex. "Hlnkley's not a wonderful bead. All his woman readers are simply v.-1 1 I Over that serial love story be Is run ning in...

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. — 26 February 1910

B The Garland Globe H UIDIPBNDBHT. Bx i x Whom , . Bdltor mnl Magr. I Telephone No 52 BX TMJN oh HI H- llll'l IDS BS m u'ar (III ikIviiiic-iI .il M BX Six inoiilliH ... ' Bj 'llii iik m lis ... AO Bn IdvertMng ntM fnrntalwd on up HS jit i Bfl Knterml M wviirul-rlns mutter February 17, Bs IfOt, nt the mbI nflici- .i Cailuiiil. ri:li. iii.iIit Hi UH Act of Con or March 3. 1H7B. Bfl Subavribon wbn fall to ncaiva tln-li Bj pHDn M milnrlx , pltHM notify tills olllir. B We observe thai the word L "pull" is printed rather eon- H Bpionouily upon tome o( the H doom of the Capitol. Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the B government pure food expert, H says the only way to tell an egg H is fresh, is to watch the hen. H Aud even then she may behold- H ing it for higher prices. B H alley's eotnet ean he seen H plainly on April 1. if the astron- H omers don't April-fool us. H Pity the poor Beef Trust. Mr. H Armour says it is earning only M ! per eent on the ocean of water H it calls "capital stock." arjsf m W...

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. — 26 February 1910

I fc NOTICE. All persons having any inter est or claiming liens on the within described locutions, will take notice that 1, Alexander Caldwell, have taken possess ion of these claims and am about to assert my rights for non-payment of assessments as a lien according to law. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: The "Georgia" Lode or Vein Mining Claims, more partieu- larly described as follows: Corn er mencing at a point 50 feet south from the Discovery Monument, and at the south center end stake on said lode vein, (which is on the north line of the An nex Claim) running thence north 8H degrees 411 minutes East (Along the north line of said Annex Claim) 300 feet to the south East Corner Stake Monument No. 1 (which corner is identical with the north East corner of said Annex Claim No. 2 and the west line of t h e Gretchen Mining Claim) thence North 1 degree 17 minutes West 1500 feet along the west side line of said Gretchen Claim and the west end line of the Rip Van Winkle Claim, to the north East...

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. — 26 February 1910

ON THE ENDURANCE RUN. gfffaw 1. I jybpi .' " - frfj!;57i B Mechanic H:iy, a (living hiiII'h just B thr iiii.il when it ionics in repairing H fiiitnn on these country roads. One B Uffl He im Ills back under (ho machine H In prrii it comfort. H Nor On a Half-Dime, Either. HI siimm Hardcastle, believed with sin- Iemrii faith thai any wife who had, or juskiv) more than a ejuartei a year for her own affluaemenl or enjoyment was .1 being ion horrible to oontem- B phtu- lie came from the village .store HB lor dinner anil told what he h id HHj fcSSfd, B Miranda, would yon believe thai HAm Lord'i prayer could he engraved K in space no larger than a dune?" m "Well, yes. Simon," she haanlcd, ' il H m dime is as large in the engraver's H ( as it Is in yours, I hIioiiIiI think B that lie would have no difficult) at M ll.'' The Housekeeper. B Menning of Cemetery. B ( li is not correct to nay that Veinc Haf ttiry" means the "city of the dead." B ih, word is from the Oreek "Kolme- M tenon, ' m anln...

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. — 26 February 1910

How Oltn do you eat this food? A hiioit time ago there appeared In the ciiluiiins of one of the iiromlnent magazines nil article on building brain and muscle by the proper selection of the foods you eat. A good many people were surprised to find oatmeal placed at the top of the list of foods recommended ; but if the article had appeared in an English ar Scotch paper every reader would havo expected to sea first place given to good oatmeal. As a matter of fact Great Hrltaln and Europe come to us for tremendous quantities of Quaker Oats because it represents to them perfect food, being the richest In llavor and best in clean liness and purity, of all oatmeals. . Americans should eat more Quaker f Oats; the results would soon show themselves In improved conditions of health and strength. 55 She Had Noticed It. Mrs. Knuker They say the pur chasing power of a dollar has dimin ished. Mrs. Mocker Yes, it used to buy a bargain worth 1.9K, and now It only gets something worth $1.49. Catarrh ...

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. — 26 February 1910

m The Garland Globe. H Saturday, February 26, 1910. B Teachers1 Institute in Brigham H to-day. K Jack O' Diamonds March 5th. H Peter Jensen made a business B trip to Logan last Saturday. B O. L. Winters returned Mon- H day from a visit with his family m in Ogden. H W. L. Grover was transacting B business in Salt Lake Wednes- H day and Thursday. F Bom - Early Tuesday morn- H ing to the wife of Geo Abbott k of Elwood, a fine son. H W. H Rowe was here last H Saturday in tho interest of Mil- H ler & Viele, loan agents. H March 5th, Jack O' Diamonds I by the Garland Mutual Drama- He Co. 2t H A fine daughter was born to H the wife of John G. Rhodes H Thursday of last week. H The Ladies1 Self-Culture Club H will meet at the home of Mrs. H Ma nt i n,i Jensen, Thursday H afternoon, March 10th. H See the picture of Washington H on page 2 (inside) and read all H about him on page 6 (ihside.) H H. F. Miller and W. R. Van- H fleet "rode the goat11 at the M. H W. of A. hall Wednesday night. H...

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. — 5 March 1910

l)e ariaii& i&kbt I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 6. No. 4. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, March 5, 1910 M GRAND CHARACTER BALL. 1 Successful Social Event, Under the Auspices of The Ladies Self-Culture Club. .................................. N The fraud Character Ball given Wedneadny evening at the Garland Amusement hnll, under the auspices of the Ladies' Self-Culture Club, proved to he otie of the most successful social events of the season, over 2(H) people being in attendance. Sixty one characters were represented, among them being kings, queens, princes, rulers, sailors, coons, school girls, in dians, cow boys, flower girls, old maids, nunns, tramps, china men, colonial characters, greenhorns and many others. Some of the costumes were elegant and quite a number of the "com ical" kind created lot of merriment. A worthy and noteable feature of the affair was that many of the finest costumes worn were all home-made and showed great skill and abi...

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. — 5 March 1910

m The Garland Globe H .1. . wisotn, Editor v tfanatsr. B OAR AMn UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H A JoysbIIs band is being orgnnlMd m at Wltlard. Tas band will bs B posed, hi' tboul tarsntj piscss. B 'i'iii population ,r Utah vu in H crcitKcii 10, nii'.t by babies alono during B loos, m hows, in a tablt compiled bj H H. T. Haines, Kl.it.- itatlstlalsa. H Ths eommlsslonan of Indian war B vstarani bare daoidod to hold mmIoui urn ii March whan it is sxpsctsd LLmy their wurk win havs boon finished, m a racooon was rscsntly killed in L ( ti i nioiintalns invar Thistle Kor tunc nut known lo wlial am H rial family the one killed bolOftfOd lo. H Mistaken for a burglar while lie was H hunting tin- burglars, Allien it .y-m H HtroilK was shut ami seriously Injured H by his briber In law in Salt Lake City. H Walter Cox of I'rovo has been B granted n patent on an attle Window HBV fastener, which penntti the opening H of the window without removing the H State Buperintoodenl or Behooli B Nelson, who iceent...

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. — 5 March 1910

TrtK. ftM?K of- jftfii'-AC.U.RANTfx Plated Silverware.... W sell tho best brands of plated tableware made in the world. Mora llvar; battar patterns and longest guarantees. Prices a low aa cheap tuff. SALT LAKK CITX OTA". ISEEDS Good M(dl are tho true foundation of large cropa. Oar big Catalogue telle all about thr gm Soil leedi that grow. Scad for Free Copy. 7 VOBELER MP CO., Sill Lake City ITESTED SEEDS I It coita hiui'lreda of dollars every your to TKST OUR 8E3D n But when you buy them you ran depend I they pokki'ss The Quality. Write (or our Wr Daaerlptlve Catalog. POWTEH-WALTON CO., alt Lake City , RUBBER STAMPS s;S:i line Rubber Type OutfHa, and auppllea In stock. Mall orders receive prompt attention. ALT LAKE STAMP CO., Salt Laho City Thought Him a Poor Editor. Son "Are there any sea serpents, pop?" Father "I'm sure I don't know, my boy." Son "Well, what la electricity?" Father "I give It up." Son "Pop, what does the north pole look like?" Father "1 don't know." Boy Say, pop, ...

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. — 5 March 1910

H The Garland Globe M INDKI'KNMKNT. BV I A. WlXOM, . Editor iiml Miiit H Telephone No 52 K TKHMM oK N7MCMJTKM! pH (hie .v-nr (in ii(lvMin-r) ... ,91 M B Nix iiii.iiiIik .. 7ft H Tlirii iiiiniiliH M H AdvtltMag ihIi'h fiirnilirl mi h p Hfl pliciitioii. BBS Fnti'rcil hh HPCnnH-claxK matter February 17, BH I90X. ! tin- mmI iiIHi'p ul Garlnnil, Utuli, umlur Hfl Hi. Art of OMHMM f M:irrh S. 1879. B Bnbarrlber who full lo recciv their pH pttpen rvgiilitrl) , pleaae notify thlnolllci'. R In all probability old March T has stored up for us anexten-l L Moil ul' "liild NVVlltlll'l ' 'lull B tious If the old adaffOi "in us a H lamb and out a a lion," is true. M She came in rather lamb tike, H bordering on a goat, and will pV no doubt go out like a lion or a I m Be that as it may ,we sincerely B hope good weather will be our H lot soon, as tht past, long hard H winter has been a reeord-brenk- I . H The recent thaw has given pB aheap ami cattle men oousider- pfl able satisfaction as feed ug for ...

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. — 5 March 1910

NOTICE. All persons having nny inter est, or claiming liens on the within descrihed locations, will take notice that 1, Alexander Caldwell, have taken possess ion of these claims and am abont to assert my rights for non-payment of assessments ms a lien according to law. DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY : The "Georgia" Lode or Vein Mining ('limns, more particu larly described as follows: Com- mencing at I point 50 feet south from the Discovery Monument, and at the south center end stake on said lode vein, (which is on the north line of the An uex Claim) miming thence north KS degrees 4I minutes East (Along the north line of said Annex Claim) 800 feet to the south East Corner Stake Monument No. 1 (which corner is identical with the north East corner of said Annex Claim No. 2 and the west line of the Gretchen Mining Claim) thence North 1 degree 17 minutes West 1500 feet along the west side line of said Gretehen Claim and the west end line of the Kip Van Winkle (Maim, to the north East Corner Mo...

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. — 5 March 1910

H ssasasssssssssssssssessssssssssssssssi B THE WORST. H Mi Uliuk The worBt Ib yet to W come. H Mr. mink What time does youi W mother arrive? IN AGONY WITH ECZEMA U "No tongue can tell how I Buffered W for five years with Itching and bleed- U Ing eczema, until I was cured by the U Cutirura HemodleB, and ! am bo grate- W ful I want the world to know, for H what helped DM will help others. My W body and face were covered with U aoroa. One day it would seem to be U better, and then lunik out again with U the must terrible pain and Itching. I U have been i k several times, but W never In my life did I experience such LM awful Buffering as with this eczema. I U had made up my mind that death was U near at hand, and I longed for that U time when I would be at rest. I had 8 tried many different doctors and rnedl- U clnes without success, and my mother U brought me the Cuttcura Remedies, In 1 slsting that I try them. I began to U feel better after the first bath with U Cutlcura Soap, and one...

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. — 5 March 1910

essaBBmeMaaaaaBaaaaaasBaaaaaaBBSaaaBaBBSaasaaaBBSSSBal MINES AND WININO Tho bottom ol the Inclined winza l In the Dream mine, six miles north of ' Hdoimdo district, is said to be In ort running $'! a ton in gold, The work ing has been in low-grade ore for about twenty feet. For the reorganisation of d funet concern, the ibowlng of net r profits of 5B,774 during last year by the Bingham Mlnei company, as pro- Mated in the annual report just made public, is an excellent one. The tunnel which Is being driven by the Bij; Nebo Mining company for the purpose of making its property In the Nebo district accessible by WBgOD road lias only about thirty feet fur ther to run to cut the vein. aif The Jarbldge district appears to be J widening out, new strikes being ie ported in two new parts of the dis trict, while late arrivals froffl the dis trict are most enthusiastic in th( lr opinion of the camp's future), Good ore is being taken from the re cent strike In the Yankee COtttolidat ed company'...

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. — 5 March 1910

The Garland Globe. H Saturday, March 5, 1910. B Mrs. Maud Hanson of Mauuta K is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B Joseph Jensen. B Joseph H. Oarbanati of Snow- B ville was in town on business B Wednesday and Thursday. B Miss Gallic Lund of Brighnm B City spent. Sunday in this city B the guest of Miss Louie Faulk- B B Mrs. Maud Saunders returned Hi to her home in Salt Lake Thurs- V day after a pleasant visit with Hl Mrs. Larelda Capener. B Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Davis B were made to rejoice last Sun- fl day night by the safe arrival of B a fine daughter. All doing fine. B The interior of the Boyd & B Francis Confectionory presents B an inviting appearance, the B counters having been treated to B a new coat of white paint. B Mrs. John Garrett leftyester- H day for Wollsville to attend the H funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Thos. H Murray, who died Wednesday. H The services will be held to-1 H morrow. Mrs. Garrett will visit B relatives prior to her return. B Chamberlain's Stomach and' H Liver Tabl...

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