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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 March 1910

NOTICE. All persons having any inter est or claiming liens on the within described locations, will take notice that l, Alexander Caldwell, have taken possess ion of these claims and am about to assert my rights for non-payment of assessments as i lien according to law. DESCKll'TION Of l'KOl'KUTY: The "Georgia" Lode or Vein Mining Claims, more particu larly described as follows: Com . k menoing at a point 50 feet south x 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 88 degrees 43 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. 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 Claim, to the north East Corn...

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 March 1910

SURE THING. i H K:i1 liciitK WiiB Miss Ililyuii!, ex- H pensively dressed hi (lie ball? H Kidder Yes, Inch- i even B her slippers were tied 'i real lot "s. i I FOR THE SKIN AMD SCALP BH H Because of its delicate, emollient, imnailvc, antlaeptlo properties detired M from Cutloora Ointment, united with M thi purest of oleanalni Ingredients H and most refreshing of flower odors, H CuUrnra Soup is unilvuli'd for prescrv- H In, purifying and beautifying tho M akin, seal)), hair and bands, and, as- M elated by Ciitirura Olntmont, for dis- M pelling Itching, irritation and in- H flammation and provontiug clogging H of the porea, the cause of many disflg- H uring facial eruptions. All who de- M light in a clear skin, soft, white hands, H a clean, wholesome scalp and lire, H alossy hair, will find that Cutlcura H Soap and Cutlcura Ointment realize H crery expectation. Cutlcura Reme- H dies are sold throughout the world. H Potter Drug & Cheat, Corp., sole pro- H prlelors, Iloston, Mass. S...

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 March 1910

M A WONDERFUL CHANGE. B From Daily Wretchedness and Pain E to Normal Health. S yrs. R, ('rouse. Mauchester, la.. jL eays: "For two yenr my hock was weak Klirimij'P. S pains racked my S 1 lower linilis, day E mg R. v I and niKht. The B $v iy ,io" "f ""' Wdnaya R w nn"0l"Rly li fe jfcS-vol regular, When i S dUs Ht.irit'd using Ilium's 8 Kidney Pills, thcsG K VJ, '.,, ." v-' troublel soon less lb mod and the dull i B bnckaoho vanished. The kidneys nn K BCl normally and 1 give. Do, ins Kidney X pills credit for this wonderful etaati Ri Remember the name Doan'a. .For a V sale by till dealers. 5U cents a box, wk Foster-MUburn Co. Buffalo, N Y. K An Ungallant- Outlook. W '. thi 'ungaliaal outlook-VM m siime buabandi caustla divorce," said B ex-Oov Ptanypacker, In a wl ty alter- Je- dinner speech in Philadelphia. f'-' ty 'it is amasing what an ungallant & outlook some nieii have. I said ope f day to a Bucki county farmer: ,' o "'Have you gol ;i wife, Hans?' tsr j " 'Why, yes, to tell th...

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 March 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, March 26, 1910. HI Banter Sunday tomorrow. K Road inside pages this week. Hi P. C. Petterson was an Ogden visitor last Sunday. Hh Marshal J. A. Mortensen was tt in the county seat on business B Tuesday. H Merchant B. F. Boothe made H a flying trip to the county seat H Thursday. ff Mrs. Mary Wise ofSaJt Lake, in the guest of her son, Thomas , Wise and wife. H Paint your buggy for 75c. H Riter Bros. Drug Co will tell H you how to do it, m26-tf H P. A. Nordquist spent last H Sunday with relatives in Ogden H returning Sunday night. H F. D. Welling made a flying H trip to Malad City last Sunday H night returning Monday morn H H Miss Hazel Campbell has ac- M cepted a position at the Boyd H & Francis Confectionery as lady H clerk. m Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jardine M returned Tuesday evening from M an extended sojourn in Ana- fl conda, Montana. m Mrs. E. H. Frederickson, who M is visiting relatives in Logan, H gave birth to a fine daughser M Monday of last ...

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. — 2 April 1910

COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 5. No. 8. Published at liarlond, Utah. Saturday, April 2, 1910 H DEATH OF PRESIDENT JOHN R. WINDER. ,.-.' j Sunday evening at 7:80 o'clock, .John R. Winder, 1st counselor to President .Joseph f F. Sniitli of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died at his home, 40 North, West Temple St., Salt Lake City, from the effects of pneumonia, aged 80 years. Concerning his demise Prest. Joseph F.Smith said: "In the death of John R. Windei T feel a great personal loss. He waft one of the hest men I ever knew, a wonderful mnn of nffairs, a wise counselor and t nan of unyielding courage." TRIW'TETO PRESIDENT WINDKIt. Tn testimony of their esteem and regard of the late John R. Winder, Presidents Joseph F. Smith and Anthon H. Lund yesterday promulgated the following official announcement: To the Officers and Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Beloved Brethren and Sisters: It is with feelings of sadness and veerr...

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. — 2 April 1910

I 1 The Garland Globe B J. A. VVIxoni, Kditor & Manager. H GARLAND UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS B Work In to begin during the weak B .00 a new distillery at Murray. H In a free-for-all fight in a saloon In H Ogden, -i.i ' 1 1 -. Moran was thrown to B the floor and sustained a broken leg. B The city officials of I-ogan are wag- H lng a war upon peddlers accused of H (telling groceries without having first H secured a city license. H The ladies of the Snow academy in H Ephraim have abandoned their "rats" HH shier the law was passed by the stu- ( dent body to discontinue using them. m George Delarls, a Oreek, was HL vercly stabbed by .Mm Taulas, a coun I tryman, durisg a drunken brawl In H Ogden. The Injured man's condition H la reminded as serious. H Paving of the sidewalks in Spring- B vtiic Is to begin at once, fifteen blocks H being Included In District No. 1, which was ordered paved at a recent H meeting of the city council. According to an opinion expressed B in the Utah State Wool...

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. — 2 April 1910

CRISIS BALK; BULGARIA ANTICIPATES CONFLICT WITH TURKEY AND 13 PRE PARING FOR WAR. Bulgarian People Have Become Imbued With Idea That Their Army I Invincible and Expect to Ruth to Defense of Macedonia. Paris. Another dangerous crisis In the Balkans has been narrowly bnt perhaps only temporarily avoided, nc 1 A cording to well-informed diplomatic ' circles here, where for months It has been an open secret that Bulgaria was determined to try conclusions with Turkey over the question of Macedonia, either to win the province outright or, at least, to secure auto nomy for the rest of Kuropean Tur key. Hulnarin for years has made great sacrifices to equip the army which she now possesses, always with the Idea of Inevitable war with Turkey. The Bul garian people have gradually become Imbued with the belief that their army 1b invincible, and the acquisition of her own Independence has left them dissatisfied with their Christian broth ers In Macedonia, should they remain under the domination ...

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. — 2 April 1910

H The Garland Globe H INDKI'KNM'.NT H I A. W'imim, Keillor unit Mm r Telephone No 52 H mm ik n Kit-: i in : BH One vcir (In iidv hit) BB Six mnni lis BH 'I'hrrr lilnnihs BH Ail i I'M king mils hi TO billed on p BH HHHj Entororl ha Hin'nnil- lion mad'-r IVbniAry 17, BH 19(19. hi id-' pmt --Mi.,- at Gnrlaml. Utah, under BH thfi Ail nf Conwp ?n nf M.ireti 3, 1X7(1 BH Subscriber, ft lw I n'l to r--cw thek BH piipi !.- rcuiilnrlv, pli iiNr notify f hi- oilier I We clip the following from the W Klmirn N V.) Gazette. K The I,'. . I.. M. Sevell postor L of tli South Side Baptist H Church has been preaching a M series of sermons on "Traps" M before large and interested audi B enees. Sunday evening he spoke H on "Printed Traps" and referr- M ed to the Mail Order Oatalagne B MThOte who have been nink- M log purchases from Mail Order M Houses should think before H patronising them further. Who H sympathised with you when you H had sickness in your home? H Was it Sears and Roebuck? H Who carried...

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. — 2 April 1910

NOTICE. All persons having any inter X est or claiming lions on the! within 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 PBOPBBTTi The "Georgia" Lodt or Vem Mining riaims, more purticu larly described as follows: Com- 4 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 88 degrees 4!? 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 Gretchen Claim and the west end line of the Rip Van Winkle Claim, to the north East Co...

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. — 2 April 1910

H i H T1L rtAKK-or-'gkj'AC.UAPANTf.rJ EEl I i. i. - JBm ' " EES Pl-onfl ' ' " ''IDtn' " ''"' ' H VllttllCC ,ip lnlj manuficlar of use- H ful and beantiful jewelrjr. The first essential H it im -ni e then kill, tatte, time and fine LH material. .. We have all the essentials, and LH sur reaulls have established our reputation. H SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH B THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO I JAeBIDGE ....IS VIA m DEETH, NEVADA H DEETH ii only 65 nilci from JARBIDGE EEEfl and it on tbt ait in line if Intli the Southern B Pacific and the Wetteru Pacific Railrotds. EEssssI ! EEEEj ssaasasssssaasaassBiaiaaaassBamasMaaa. inmsM h ii a i ii i i m Ot M Why Not Own LaagEEE O li;rlr' Thniiaanoj ot arres LfgfH, " M-II etmiee sKrtetiltural EEEEfl land 1 -1 1 I ,-lit under i-ultiviitliiti In EEEEfl MlllarJ tod leaver Counties ly Irrigation B Fifty Thousand Acres EEEEB In Millard county will bo IIsiohc1 of tin- EflflflflJ der Carey Art rules. Drawing- at l.vnn, EEEEJ Utah. ll.yiunlyl P. OJ Mondrty. April II. Eflflf...

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. — 2 April 1910

K HIS SPEED. k He leads a terribly fast life" WT "Who Is he?" fl "Mr. Paytheflne'g chauffeur." H NO HEALTHY SKIN LEFT BR My little son. a boy of five, broke Eh out with an Itching rash. Three doc- Eft tors prescribed for him, but he kept lg getting worse until we could not dress BK him any more. They finally advised me to try a certain medical college, IB but its treatment did no good. At wBS. the time I was induced to try Cutl- Pa cura "' w:i so bad that I had to cut B his hair off and put the Cutlcura Olnt- HB ment on him on bandages, as it was HH Impossible to touch him with the bare Hw hand. There was not one square inch SB Of skin on his whole body that was gSm not affected. lie was one mass of Hj sores. The bandages used to stick to HI his skin and in removing them it used SB to take the skin off with them, and KB the screams from the poor child were SjJ heartbreaking. I began to think that Y he would never get well, but after the & second application of Cutlcura Olnt- ' j...

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. — 2 April 1910

The Garland Globe. Saturday, April 2, 1!1(). Yesterday wm "All Fool's" H day. K Joseph Jensen was in the H county seat Saturday. H P.O. Petterson returned from H a trip to Ogdttl Thursday. H Dr. Wrn. L. Rich was in m Ogden on business Monday. M Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Peterson P were Brigham visitors Wednes- H day. W W. J. Fife returned Tuesday B from a business trip to Salt BL Lake City. M B. b Boothe returned Mon- B day from a visit with his family H in Brigham. H Paint your buggy for 75c. H Riter Bros. Drug Co will tell H you how to do it, m'ifi-tf H W. L. Grove!- and daughter H Mary made a flying trip to H Brigham last Saturday. H Jas. H. Oarbanati of Suow- H villi' was transacting business H in Garland Wednesday. H The wife of Jesse Dewey of H Tremonton gave birth to a tine H sou Friday of last week. M J. W. Goheen and C. C. Wil- H son of Tremonton were in Gar- H land on business Wednesday. K A flue daughter arrived at the H home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Orgil last Saturday night. All...

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. — 9 April 1910

I V I I Slje (Sfcirlanb iok I H COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET M 1 Vol. 5. No. 9. Published t liarland, Utah. Srui cly, April 9, 1910 H MR Arbor Day Exercises If In Gariand PubSSc Schools. I Special exercises for Arbor Day, Friday April 15th, will be I held at the Garland Public School house. The following pro 1 grain will be carried out beginning at !) o'clock a. m., to which I the public and school patrons are cordially invited to attend. I 1. Opening Bong, "Hail Arbor Day," by the schools: I 2. n vacation. .'I. Reading of the Governor's Proclamation, by F. 0. Haws. 4. Bong by Pupils from Sixth grade. 5. Story of Arbor Day from Fifth grade. 0. Dialogue from Third and Fourth grades. 7. Springs Gall from Beginner's grade. 8. Drill "What is Arbor Day" from First grade. 9. Service of the Trees from Seventh grade. 10. Recitation from Third grade. I 11. Planting Song from First and Second grades. I 12. Recitation from Beginner's grade. I 13. Trees Famous in History from Eig...

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. — 9 April 1910

HH The Garland Globe HH .1. A. Wlxom, MltOr & Manager. H QAi AND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H According tn rumors from the cast, H the Western Pacific railroad Ik to be H absorbed by the Denver ft Rio Grande H on May H Despondent because of hlH inability H to secure work and send money to his H wife and babies In Salt Lake City, John H Beeley, aged 30, committed milcide In x)h Angeles by slashing his throat HH a B Garrett i: Conover celebrated his gga DIe hundredth annlversity at bis home In Salt Lake City on March :0. H Mr. Conover, who in hale and hearty, H was born March 30, 18H, at New H Brunswick, N. J. H Hounded by members of the Black H Hand society, who demanded large H sums of money from him on penalty H if death, John Herllnl, an Italian of H Salt lAke City, has disposed or his H business and fled to Italy. H The debating team of the Unlver- ilty of TTtah was defeated by Colo H rado college at Colorado Springs In a H debate on "Resolved, Thai Hank Be- H posits Should He Guar...

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. — 9 April 1910

BpWWWWWMWM ! ii '. .- AFTER DOCTORS FAILED LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound Cured Her Knoxville, Iowa. "I suffered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more and was so weak and ner- Tous that I could not do my work. I .::;:.. """ wrote to Mrs. Pink- v ham and took Lydia M K- L'inkham's Vege- Jnjjblk table Compound CTr VWJ and Liver Tills, and -w am fiflad to say that W - r JF ' your medicines and " H f '' ' kind letters of dl A. ""y; , rections have done ' 'iVa i '" more 'or me nan -(RrVHRhg anything else and I 1wtYwyM Ii;"' ""' '"'st I'''-Vsi ! ! . . . r t vv " c'ans 'ipre. I can i ii I ' I do my work and rest well at night. I believe there is noth ing like the Pinkham remedies." Mrs. Clara Franks, B. F. D., No. 8, Knoxville, Iowa. The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, is unparalleled. It may bo used with perfect confidence by women, who suffer from displacements, inflam mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, Ir regularitie...

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. — 9 April 1910

M The Garland Globe HH INDKl'KNDKNT HH I A. Wixom, . .. Kriltoi inn I Mini Wm Telephone No 52 BBfl tkkmh ok vatcRtmoNi BBB One nciii (in .idviiiH c) .... .. .$150 BH Hlx moiitliH .7S BH Tliri-r BBB .i i iii'.iti: Miiis furnished on up BBM plication. B Rntoml M MSMSalMfl mattiT Fi-hriiary 17, IbB 1909. at the post office ut (iarland, Utah, under I BBfl the Act of Qmsma of March I, ISTt, BBfl Hiili.n ilxix aim fail In reecho tlicii BBM pspsra rsgulsrlj , ii iihc iintif tlitiofflci m Sound Logic. M Park City Record. H A good way to study human H nature is wlirii yon are driving H on the pnblic road. If b man H is willing to observe the laws H ami the courtesies of the road, H ho will dnly give his hare of it HH when meeting another, and H shows he is willing' to do the H gentlemanly thing about it. H But when you meet one who H takes every advantage of those B he meets, and holds the road W for his own selfish self, often to H the great diseomfort of those he H meets, or will not allow...

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. — 9 April 1910

,mu .1 irtWWMKWWBWWMJIWlliwiiiw i ' NOTICE. All persons having any inter est or claiming liens on the within described locations, will take notice that i, 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 Veil Mining Claims, mOK particu larly described as follows: Com 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 88 degrees 43 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 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 Hip Van W...

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. — 9 April 1910

I I ECONOMY H It pnys to use Hebulett's Lm Teas. They are a good deal Jl stronger than most Teasi H are sold at a lower price, M considering thequality.and B guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money re- 9H funded. XXXXXXXXX H FmTTuPK. or" jP-acuarantll bbbbbbbj m iii H It's Time Now to Give Her That H Engagement Ring . . . B If you arc to Ik-married in Juno. mmm Wo spsciallj mount a Istva aalsstloo. H of purr white diamonds at a medium H price for engagement ringt. of course a wcsiKii show BXtrSBaM in si.cand price, BHH but our yuarantea gToaa with even one. BBBBBBBJ EbBbm aw- j ' I v m at YZttMf?io BBBBBBBJ1 'rn .'INST. J SALT LARS air. UTAH. M THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO JARBIDGE DEETH, NEVADA H DEETH it only 65 miles from JARBIDGE JBH and it on the maia line of both the Southern PBPBJ Pacific and tbe Western Pacific Railroadi. I I TESTED SEEDS It costs humlroda of (lollnrn every year to H TEST OUR SEED BSBH Hut when you buy them you ran depend JHHH they ptoses Tha Quality. Writ...

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. — 9 April 1910

I j BALLOON FELL INTO THE SEA Three Men Killed and One Injured When Balloon Was Caught in Storm and Dropped Into Water. Stettin, Germany. The German bal loon Pommern. which made an ascen sion here Sunday afternoon, met with a series of accidents which ended In a disaster In the Baltic sea under most tragic circumstances. Three men lost their lives, including the radical member of the relchstag, Werner Hugo del Brueck. Herr Del Brueck and another mem ber of the party were drowned, a F third occupant of the car was picked up unconscious and died from his In Juries, while the fourth was rescued in a serious condlton. The Pommern. carrying Del Brueck, who was acting as pilot, a banker, Heir Somme'hardt, an architect. Heir Benduhn, and a man named Heln. ascended early in the afternoon at the gas works. The wind at the time was blowing a hurricane, and the Pommern broke away before she had been completely ballasted. The chapter of accidents began Im mediately. The balloon collided with te...

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. — 9 April 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, April 9, 1910. H Arbor Day April loth. H Oscnr Harris was a BrighMD R visitor Thursday. H GhlttftV Kortli went to the H county scat Thursday. A. J. Swinyard was a pas- H senger to Offdeii Wednesday. H ). L. Winters spent last Bun- H day with his family in Ogden. IH doc Brown of Ogden was a B Garland visitor the fore part H of week. H Mr. and Mrs.. I. F. Burton B turned Wednesday night from a visit to Ogden. H Paint your buggy for 75c. m Biter Bros. Drug Co will tell H you how to do it, nil'fi-tf H What's the matter with the H light at the cross-roads of Main H 0 tad Factory streets? Why, it's H Walter Smith of Brigham H spent last Sunday in Garland H the guest of Harry Smith, the H barber. H W. J. Groesbeck and family H left last Saturday for Logan H where thoy will make their fu- H tui-e home. H Foulgor and Burton received H i car of coal Monday to be used H for heating their orchards north M of town. H The 20-p age Auuiversary M edition of the Box ...

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