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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 March 1910

l)c (Sfflttoitft (SMofac I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. 5. No. 5. Published at tiarland, Utah. Saturday, March 12, 1910 H JackO' Diamonds. I Mutual Dramatic Co. Makes a "Hit" in the Presentation off this Popular Drama. The Globe takes pleasure in saying flood thing! about Borne Dramatic companies and it is a MtlfM Off satisfaction to tiote that three-fourths of the trave ling troups that visit our town might do well to pattern after home companies and save con siderable criticism. We are safe in saying that the hunch of amateurs who took part in the presentation of "Jack (V Diamonds" at the hall last Saturday night, could tour America from New York to the Coast and win a home in every town. Tnomas Rampton as "Jack 0, Diamonds" and N. C. Mort ensen as Daniel Peabody, the whole-souled gambler, couldn't be beat by professionals of a half life time expenence and whoever8awa"bum,""tramp,, or "tender-foot" that could hold a candle to Old Pop, the Outcast, as represen...

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. — 12 March 1910

I The Garland Globe H .1. A. Wlxoni, Editor & Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS BM It Is announced that a Pinkorton dt Ba tectlve agency In to be established In H Halt I ake City. M The Sugar House district, consist Ba Ing of 003 acres, has been annexed to H Bait Lake City. Bl Hollo Cooper, a 6-year-old boy, Bl while iitti tnptlng to jump on a switch BM engine in Suit Lake City, missed his BJj footing and fill, his left fool being BF crushed. It Is estimated by the state fish and & game commissioner lhal the numtiei Bfe of trout to be planted In the Utah Ba streams the coming; season will reach B over 10,000,000 fry. B Members of the O. A. If in Salt BB l ,;t l- have begun r fight on the city BB administration, because of the dls H charge of severnl employes who arc BB veterans of the civil war. BB Four Salt lake policemen, leenttd BB of accepting money for protection BB from gamblers, have been dismissed BB front the force, cnusing n small sized BB sensation In the ca...

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. — 12 March 1910

SERIAL j story cJ ilflFi 1 PRIMITIVE iByr 1 ' I ROBERT AMES BENNET ; Illustrations by '. A RAY WALTERS f-:::-:-:-:::::-:-:-:-:-:-::::-::-:::-:-:-::: (iiji,sui, IUOK, by A. ( . 5n' lurg & Co.) SYNOPSIS. The dtnry opens with the shipwreck of the steamer on which M!ss Genevieve Leslie, an American heiress, Lord Win- thropc, an KiiKllKluiinn, and Tom BUtfte, a brusque American, wen passengers The three wtrt" to eg upon :m uninhab ited Island and were the onlv onea not drowned. niuie recovered from a drunk en stupor. Blake, shunned on the boat. because of his roughness, became a hero a preserver of Ins helpless pair. Tie Englishman was suing for the hand of MIsb Leslie, Blake started to .swim buck to the .ship to recover what whs loft . niuko returned safely. Wlnthrope wasted his last match on a elgnrctlp, for Which he was scored by Blake, Their first meal was a dead fish. The trio started a ten mile hike for hll sr land, Thlrsl at tacked them. Blake was compelled to carry M'ss Lesli...

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. — 12 March 1910

H The Garland Globe R INDKPKNDKNT. B I A. Wixom, . Kilitor and lllgr. H Telephone No 52 m TKHMH oK VMCNIFTIOlt! K One Miir (In ikIvmiicc) ...II 50 H Hlx ... 71 H Tkfw inoiiiiiN "n B ..U . ii Kmr inn's fiirnKlird on up H Enteral iin scooiicIm Ikhh mattrr February 17. B 1909, at the pout ofllce ul (iarlaml, Utah, unilir M the Act of Conirrorn of March 3, 1H79. Subscriber whn i.i 1 1 to receive their B Biers r-ir 1 1 In rl , pleat) imiif j thltofllce An Attack and K A Rebuttal. H Elder Geo. F. Grover, who H is laboring uk a missionary in H Uanley, Staffordshire, England, H replies to an attack on Mor- H monism published in the Staf- H fordnhire Sentinel and wo take H pleasure in publishing the at- H link and the rebuttal as follows : H MGRMONISM: A WARNING. H (To the Editor of the H Staffordshire Sentinel.) H Sik 1 noticed in the "Sent- H int-l" recently an advertisement H of on entertainment headed the M "Latter Day Saints." May I H venture to beg you to peint the H enclosed letter, 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. — 12 March 1910

I NOTICE. Al! ptfMM having any inter- est or claiming liens on the wit Inn described locations, 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 I'KOPKKTY : The "Georgia" Lode or Vein Mining Claims, more particu larly described as follows: Com mencing at a point 50 feet south "T from the Discovery Monument, and at the south center end stake on Raid lode vein, (which is on the north line of the An nex Claim) running thence north HH degrees 411 minutes East (Along the north line of said Annex (Maim) 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 Hue of said Gretchen Claim and the west end line of the Rip Van Winkle Claim, to the north East Cor...

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. — 12 March 1910

I tS TRIED REMEDY I KjSEFOR the grip. I la COlpl I Your Liver I is Clogged up H That's Why You're Tired Out of H SoHi Have No ApprtiU. -rfaaw H CARTERS LITTLEHyTV UVER PILLS jC. ' X H mii, ladigeitisa, and Sick 'Ndcb. M SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE H GENUINE muil bear signature: H What Ho Was After. Am George Wm.hingtoti Henry Clay Lln- H noln Carter, one of Ooorgia's younger H larky cltlMM, was suddenly railed H upon not long ago to explain bis pros- H enco iit 1 n. in. in Mm honhouso of a H whin neighbor. H "Stealing my chickens, are you, you A .'jiark rascal '.'" the owner demanded. H George W. H. C. I C. rolled bis eyes M unlil they were all whiles. B "Now, now, lookyeh, Mara Oeorge," H :i- protested, "dat ain't no way ter ac' V an' please don pint dat gun at me H dat or way, cunnel, sab," he hastily H u1liti, holding up his battered hat . as H rtiield. "Ah 'elar Ah warn't gwlne H .-it. 1 1 no chickens; no sah! All's wrl- ' H fin' tvr dialer' story an Ah des' come B niva r...

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. — 12 March 1910

WHY NOT Enjoy th plcafttire of tho Deal TVji on tlio market? In your next grocery order gentlj but firmly Insist on HEWLETT'S TEAS being lent, and roAut all Hiibstitiition. rnt r apk or- j -a gup ant ix What is your cigar bill? If you carry .a $75 watch twenty five years the cost is twenty-five cents a month. You can't smoke much on that. Be fair with your self. Buy a better watch. Wo sell the best. alt lake cur. utah. r rlaiiftH v5MJv Why Not Own n hji rm r Thoiiiiitnii n U,1U' choice agricultural lanil being brought under cultivation In ' Millard and Heavi vi ountics . i m i;.t . f Fifty Thousand Acres In Millard county will he clip)Kel of un der Carey Act rule. Drawing at l.yun. Utah. (I.ynndyl V. O ) V , '-r'l 11. See the Agent at lfl'.i Main Street, (I'none Bell Kxchangc It. (or excursion ratal 3 and literature J T. 0. Pick, s. h. atAjnBfrau, Ocn. Pacf. Agt. Assl r., i, i ... ;kt a ISEEDS Good seed are th true fouadatioa of large crops. Our big Catalogue tellt all about the bel...

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. — 12 March 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, March 12, 1910. M J. W. Groesbock was a pas- M senger to Halt Lake Tuesday. H Yes we have Ball Brand M rubber boots and rubbers. Boothe's. H M Plumbei Bob Evans made a M business trip to the state eupital B last week. m Merohant Wm. Preston made a business trip to the county m seat Thursday. B Miss Mabel Miller is the new F lady clerk at the Boyd & Francis Ml Confectionery. B Be sure to call and ask to see m our pretty spring goods. M Boothe's. It H Joseph Jensen was transact- B ing business in the county seat m Monday and Tuesday. B (children's roll sole rubbers, B sizes 8 to 10, 38c per pair. Where t Boothe's. It B Miss Mina Peterson returned H last week from a pleasant visit M with relatives in El wood. h A fine son arrived at the home H of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Leavitt H a week ago last Monday Feb. 28th. B Miss Ada Bingham and Master B Barry came up from Ogden last B Saturday and spent Sunday in B this city. B "Jack O' Diamonds" next B Monday ni...

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. — 19 March 1910

I I I ljc oilanfi &hbz I I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET M Vol. 5. No. 6. Published at Oflrlnnd, Utah. Saturday, March 19, 1910 H Sudden Demise of ! Mrs. Edith Searle. s Mrs. Edith Bearle, wife of i Frank Bearle of this city Mid ! tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ' j Wm. Wignall of Payson, pass ed to the great beyond nt about 3 o'clock yesterday morning. If vs. Searle, who was recently' i operated upon ait the Holy Iross ' , hospital, wns thoughl to be on I tho high-road to i permanent recovery. However she took ! suddenly sick Thursday morn- j ing and passed away as stated j above. Deceased leaves a soiTOwing . husband, two sons aged 7 and 5 f years, and a little daughter of 'A years to nioiirn her untimely death. Mr. and Mrs. Searle came to this city from Payson in the fall of 1JKXJ and have resided here ever since. The remains were prepared for burial hy undertaker Alvin Iv eller of Trcmonton and ship- f ped to Payson this morning I where the services will he held j...

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. — 19 March 1910

I The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxoiii. Editor ft Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS M The Sprlngvllle Commercial club Is M making arrangements to hold the M ITtah county annual horse show In M Rprlngville this spring. B John 'Furey, accused of robMlflg, M single-handed, Finch's cafe, in Salt M Iiikf City on October 12 last, has M been found guilty by a jury. H J. II. Keofo of (iarfleld hid his right fl foot caught In I ho machinery at the M mill and crushed to such an extent H that amputation was necessary. E A ban has been placed on four H clubs organized by negroes In Salt k l,ake (Mty, the chief of police having B ordered tb.it the clubs be closed. H A coroner's jury will Investigate the M death of Martin Cahlll, a Rio C-rando HI section foreman, who died In eonvul- H slons at Ogden, alter eating a can HH of sardines. B Hugh A. McMlllln. census supcrvl- H sor, expects within the next week to HH be able to announce the selection of HH enumerators for the work which will H begin...

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. — 19 March 1910

TO GET I x ITS BENEFICIAL EFFECTS ALWAYS 6UV THE GENUINE ' $YRUP"i6S " and! fittftHHA MANUFACTURED BV THE (SlIFORNIApfiSYRUP SOLD BV ALL LEADING A ORUQGISTS, . One Size oni y, so a Bottle When a man is at homo and the telephone bell rings his wife makes ii dash for ii to see If it is some woman who wants lo talk to him. Btati or Ohio city or ToLr.no. I ll' a Oolnty. f " FnANK J. Clim mnkos onth Hint tin in -nlnr partnrr ot ttir firm of K. J. CaSMBl A Co. item biuiiifj m th itjof Toledo, County and Stats afori-s.uil. anil mat said Arm will pay tli- man of OKI HUNDRED DOM.AKX f. .r ases and every Sae fit CaTASBJI thnt cannot In eurs by the uiw ot ALL'S I'AIAIlKII Cl'KE. ntAlfK I. niK.N'F.Y. Hworn to before ma and luhschhed In my pn-m-nce this 6li day ot December. A. D.. JS9. -4. l A. W. OI.KASOV. yBBAL f m NoTAHY l'l'BI.IC. IlnU'H Cntarrli Pure 1 taken Internally and Beta directly upon the biood and mucou surfaces of the trystcm. BSDd for tcHtlmonlalsj free. F. J. I'HKNF.V 4 CO- Toled...

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. — 19 March 1910

M The Garland Globe H IMDIPKNDB1IT. H ) a.Wixom, . Rdltor and Mngr. m Telephone No 52 B TBSsta ok auaacRf Prion ! BBB On- -.ir (In :id nice) ... ,$150 U Siv ii. I, Hill ,W BBH Tlner month-. , ... HBa AdveiiWng rulw fnrnUhcd on up HBa HH I-'nl. n.l M HfTond-rlii-is mntfer Ki'biuurj 17. HH 1900, tit (he pnHt nfflri' ut dm l.ui.l. I i:ili. 11 n.l.r HBl tho Act of (mif r-KH of Mnri'h 3. IfTt. HH Hull. 1 rilicis .vim f iii ti recelvn tlicir HBa papers regularly, plcaaa notify this office . K Knowledge that K is Power. H The world is full of people H win know n great deal but can H not use it. They are weighted H down with unavailable Facta and H theories,impractical knowledge. H Vou have often met people who H leemto know so much, who are H to encyclopedic in their greedy H absorption of facts thai their H genera knowledge is like an H enormous pack on n soldier's H back, which exhausts his vit- H ality and impedes his march. H It makes them heavyoffoot and H clumsy in everything they do...

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. — 19 March 1910

j NOTICE. AH poisons having any inter est ov claiming lions on the " within described locations, will take notice that I, Alexander Caldwell, have taken possess-1 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 piirtien larly described as follows-. Com M ineneing at a point ."() feet south from the Discovery Moinunent, 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 HH degrees 4!J minutes Bast (Along the north line of said Annex Claim) MOO feet to the south Bast Corner Stake Monument No. 1 (which corner is identical with the north Bast 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 Gretchen Claim and the west end line of the Rip Van Winkle (Maim, to the north Kn...

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 March 1910

I gh FAMOUS DOCTOR'S WlL PRESCRIPTI0n- I :sfr I DYSPEPSIA, I ALWAYS LATE. I & HH Hlxon Brer run for an office? HBfl Nixon I run lor one nearly every IBM morning. PUBLISHED EVERY WINTER IBS Famous Cough and Cold Prescription HH Hat Cured Hundreds Here. HHJ "Oct two ounces of Glycerine and HBfl half an ounce of Concentrated T'lno HB9 compound. Then get half a pint of pood HBfl whLskey and put the other two lngrc- HH clients into it. Take a tcuspoonful to BBS a l.iblespoonl'ul of thla mixture after IBM ;ieh meal and at lied time. Shake the HH lottle well each time." This 1h said to HBfl be the quickest cold and coush rem- HHJ ody known. It frequently cures tho HB9 mii -i colds In twenty-four hours, lint IBB toe sure to get only tho genuine Con- HK centrated Pint. Kach half ounce bottle j HHB) coma put up In a tin screw-top case. ' HHBJ llon't use the weaker plno propnni- ! HHJ tions. Any druggist has It on hand or ! HHJ will quickly get it from lii.s wholesale ' BBS bouse. HB9J A P...

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 March 1910

I' tal makk or - aV"'Ja.p s t ll Think of tlij6 a nil mte - i : It costs twenty-five cents a month ' 5 to carry one of our $75.00 watches ; r If it only wears twenty-five years. , Without abuse It will wear twice & long. ; "" "FT'AIN ST. & SALT LAKE CI IV UTAtl I Why Not Own C H Jl rtn r Thooasntlaol aeres cholw agricultural latnl Uitii: l.iuiiu-tii innler eultivatlnti In Millnnl awl HeaveremmtioM liy imitation Fifty Thousand Acres In M ill. ml roimty will lie dltpoMd of un der Carey Act rule. Drawing at l.ynn, I'tali ll.viiinlyl I". ll.)tMnniluy. April 11. Nee tin- Airfiit at IM Main Street, i Phone Bell Kxehanire 10) lor excursion ratcn and literature. T. 0, PSCK, J. H. ManhkhfifU', Gen. I'aH. Agt. Ahst. lien. 1'hbk A(t. I seeds Good seeds are the true foundation of large crops. Our big Catalogue tells all about the best leedt that grow. Send for Free Copy. VOCELER SEED CO.. Sail Lake City tested seeds It costs humlrcilti el ilollars every year to TEST OUR SEEDS lut wlien ...

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 March 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, March 19, 1910. H Ward ronforonce tomorrow. H Knitter Sunday, March 27th. H Wm. Perkins is tlir now cook at. H ihi Owens iiotcl. H Kent! (5ov. Spry'H Arbor Day prorln- H matlon in thin Issue. BB W. II. lioothe, Sr , of Hrlglium, waB Hfl Inn' on business Wednesdny and H Tlim ,l.iv H AmoH Keller of Mink Creek, brother H of MrR. .loReph Jensen, Rpent WedneH- H day in Carlnnd. M Pred Manning returned Tues- m day morning from b trip to Ma B lad City, Idaho. V E. K. Bingham spent Tuesday ;itnl Wednesdaj m Hi. state H capital on business. H Lane Gleason returned Bun H day evening from a visit with H relatives in Idaho Falls. m Jonc-B IlrotheiH of Malad, Idaho, be- H Ran laying the brick work of J. K. M Owens' new reRldence on Factory St. m I'li'ii l.i H Early Monday morning a fine H son was born to the wife of H George Bales. Mother and baby H I i 1 1 j-r line. H The Ladies' Self-Culture Club will M meet at the home of Mrs. Lottie n H Smith next ThurRday, 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. — 26 March 1910

H C0 V I R S T HE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET B Vol. 6. No. 7. Published ot (jarlond, Utah. Saturday, March 26, 1910 H I Hurrah for U4 Fielding! Famous Fielding Now Lighted With Elee t r I o 1 1 y. Washing Machines, Flatirons Pumps and Sepa rators Can Now Be Operated With the Juloo. Last week Electrician Hiram Fowler and a force of linemen completed the work of wiring the houses of Fielding and turn- x ed on the juice. Monday and Tuesday of this week the force finished the house-wiring work and now the famous town of j Fielding is well illuminated with electricity. It is a blessing to that city and the movement is a worthy one. Death at Plymouth. Ursel Rose, the 4-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rose of Plymouth,died last Saturday P morning from the effects of rheumatic fever. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p. m. at the Ply mouth meeting house. Bp. Thos Archibald presided and the ward choir furnished approp riate music. The speakers were Prest Milton II. Welling, Bish...

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 March 1910

H The Garland Globe H .1. A. Wlxom, Editor & Manager, M GARLAND UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS M Bpeclal ratei will be given by the J railroad! tor the land opt nln at. H I, .Mm on April 1 1. H The secretary of state 1ms ienl ni H notloM Mini blanki to all of the state H and private banka in Utah for report! H on the banks at the oloie of business M on March M A reward of 200 bai bam posted H for the .111 . i and conviction of the H perspn or persons who robbed the m poi office ;it Mantl, securing 30 In k cash and $1, twin in postage, stamps. H Despondency, believed to have U been caused by 111 health, prompted H . M. 10. Knowles, a young 'railroad H clerk, to take Mm own l(le by swab H lowing an overdose of morphine al U The sii-ci.'iiMi anniversary of the H in iiiiizaiiiuj en the Jpllal society of H the Mormon churph iraki appropriately H celebrated on Thursday ny the 700 H, branches of tha-prganlsaUon through- H the country. H Another powe' plaht is prnmlsi ii im- H Si.virr valley. ....

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 March 1910

ASK FOR HEW-MO-JA Thai new high grade steel cut perfect Coffee. The only fresh roasted Coffee in the state. Blended, roasted and packed by Hewlett Bros. Co. Sold by your grocer for 40c per pound. i Think of this a minutet s It costs twenty-five cents a month to oarry one of our $75.00 watches If It only wears twenty-five years. Without abuse It will wear twlco long. aV J ' V ""'BHMAIN It. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. rimy- Why Not Own I CI H n rm Thousands of acrei " 41 III. ,.(m.,. ,frtouUur, Inn I being brought under -ultivutioii In .Millard and llcnvercounlii" ly Irrigation Fifty Thousand Acres In Millurrl county will he disposed of nil darCapy Art rule Iir.iulng Ht I vim. ftah, M.yniiilyl P. O.I Monday. April II, See tlit- Aifent at IC1 Slain Htreet. 'I'M. nr Bell Exchange IB) for excursion rules ami literature. T. 0. IT. K. .1. H MASPBSriSLD, Gen. Ph. Ant. Ast. Hen Pa-. Agt. CRAGER WIRE & IRON WORKS 31 STATE STREET, SALT LAKE CITY ttfft li HI ft? H tTTTT The above represent one of...

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 March 1910

H The Garland Globe BBj I MM'.I'KNUKVI BBfl H Telephone No 52 HHS One (In iilv.ncr) BBJ six month. BBJ HbJ Advertising 1 1 1 r n -1 1 ' I up HbJ SBSBV Rntfi'tMl Hi i ond ctn February 17, J 1809, at tlio i i uRiri at Qariand, Utah, under BBfl Hip Ai'l f OonfMtl of March I, 1H79. BH Buhflrrlbrnt ivlw Till fn receive ihofi HmJ liiipci's ri'i'iihirlv , ilr:isr notify thl.offlce H Turn Over New Leaf. B Would it not be ;t splendid BBS Idea for the officers of our city, BBH both municipal and eee.lessiasti- H cat, to K'-i together on the pro H position of appropriately eele- Bj brnting the legal holidays of the H year as they come in order on BBH the calendar? Most of the cities BBM of our state observe Arbor Day H and Decoration Day in fitting H style as well as all other legal H holidays. Our town is a little BBB slack in this respect. Governor H Win Spry has proclaimed Arhor H Day, April 15th, as a legal lioli- BBB day and recommends that the BBB day be observed in an appro H priate man...

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