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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 June 1910

V I SaleU S UMME IU Sale! I From June 4th to June Kth I Ladies' and Children's Muslin Underwear. H New goods just received and we are going to put them on sale just when you need them. M SALE LIST. H 20c Children's Waists and Drawers at 1 2 1 -2c each. 25c Children's Waist and Drawers at I 5c each. H P2 Ages 4 to 12 Years. M $1.50 Ladies' Suits, Corset Cover and Drawers at $ 1 . 1 7 1-2. $2.00 Ladies' Muslin Underskirts at $ 1 .35. M J $1.00 Chimese at 65c. $$ $1.00 Drawers at 65c. H I All our big stock off Muslin Underwear goes in this sale. eez Call and see the goods. H All kinds off STRAW HATS. Good Values. Low Prices. Don't miss this SALE. I H Boothe Merc. & Produce Co., where YouTgeetBest I Are we going to celebrate July 4th? I COMMITTEEGet Busy. I List of Prizes Religion Class Fall Fair. Read List and Com pete for Prizes. The following is a list of prizes and by whom contributed for the Stake Religion Class Fair to be given in this eity this fall: Milton II. Welling for be...

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. — 4 June 1910

I IfreshI H Strong and Wholesome In H WmWm HEWLETT'S aaeaaaa. IH Fresh Roasted Steel Cut LUNETA COFFEE m Sold by all up-lo-dMedeckl- B ers at 50c per pound. Ask H for Luneta Coffee today. H You have got to have collar buttons jH and links or you can't wear a shirt. Wriy dortt you get a good set that "p won't blister your neck nor smut your . JL collar? A good solid gold set does not JMjfl cost much and will last as long as you H do, so the average cost Is no more H than the continuous purchase of tha H cheap ones. Ours are one price H guaranteed. M MIT LAKE err" UTAH I EASY I I MONEY. . I H For the invested at tho new B! BBV town of PtngTM, Idaho, to he H BBS opened about the middle of Kj BBB June. The drawing for town K H lots will tuko plaoo :::::: BJ I AT i I PINGREE I H And it will le a fair, open Wm BBH chance for everyone. A.' No Kg favorites. X No early birds. bQ H All open und at l.ho same time. Ej BBBj Write today to w. n. Soort, 6 BBB Manager ringlet Townsite ifi BBBj Co.,...

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. — 4 June 1910

j GOOD AND WARM. ssr First Office Hoy I hoar your boss made it liot for you yesterday. Second Office Hoy Yes; he fired me. "Show Me Another." Soon after twins had arrived at the home of a prominent dry goods mer chant recently the proud father led his Fon Richard, aged four. Into the room to see the little strangers. The father first pulled down the covers and showed one of the babies to his son. fie then walked to the other side of the bed and exhibited the other twin. Richard gazed at the two for a moment with a noncommittal look on his face, and then demanded: "Show me another, papa." An Unusual Attribute. Little Johnnie, who cannot pro nounce S, has been frightened Into keeping out of the attic by tales told by his nurse of a dreadful ghost that lives in the dim recesses under the eaves. The other day he was over heard to say confidentially to a small friend: "We've got an old gho't up in our attic!" To which his friend, much inter ested, responded: "Do he butt?" $100 Reward, $1...

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. — 4 June 1910

HB The Garland Globe. H Saturday, JWM 4, 1910. HH Mrs. Frank Woolley is visiting HB relatives in Logan. H BprAf your trees for 25c. Ask H ttiter Bros about it. ml.'l-tf H B. F. Biter of Logan WM here H on business Wednesday. H J. I '. Merrill of Brigham was H here on business Thursday. H Olive Anderson, pinno in- jH struetor. Factory street, Uar- W land, Utah. m28-tf Paint your buggy for 7oc. JHfl Riter Bros. Drug Co will tell H you how to do it, m'JO-tf H W. R. Vaul'leet got rid of his H old auto and has purchased a H fine ::n h. p. Reo. It is a daisy H the best in town. H Au&rust P. Nordquist of Ogden, H father of P. A. Nordquist, spent H Sunday and Monday in this H city with relatives. H For a burn or scald apply H Chamberlain's Salve. It will H allay the pain almost instantly H and quickly heal the injured 1 parts. For sale by AH Dealers. H E.C. Koerner, formerly of this m city has accepted a position H with the Ogden Wholesale Groc- H ery Co. and was in town in the H intere...

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. — 11 June 1910

I I I !)e (Sfcirlattb (SMobe I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. 5. No. 18. Published at iiorland, Utah. Saturday, June 11, 1910 Mass Meeting, Notice is hereby given that a Mass Meeting will ho held at the Garland hall Sunday (to morrow) at 'A-A't p. m., for the purpose Of discussing tin mut ter of celebrating the glorious 4th of July. Kvorybody invit ed. Garland Town Board, hy I). C. Chapman, Town Clerk. FLAG DAY. Juno 14th. Next Tuesday is Flag Day. Every patriotic citizen, in the Bear Kiver vnlloy, especially, should observe this day hy dis playing the Ktnrs and Stripes. Let Old Glory float from your residents, your husiness houses and your flag poles. Wave the Stars and Stripes in honor of this groat day. L. S. C. Club. The regular semi-monthly matting of the Ladies' Self Culture Olnb was hold at the home of Mrs. Maggie Wixom Thursday, Juno 9th. Prost. Celia M. G rover in the chair. Minutes rend and approved and the roll call showed an attend ance of 29 members....

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. — 11 June 1910

H The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom, Editor & Manager. ! GARLAND UTAH I jj UTAH STATE NliWS BJ The National Copper bnnk opened BB for business in Salt Lake City on June BBb All public gatherings have cloned BBB pt Gunnison as a precaution against BBb the further spread of scarlet fever. BBB About 100 electrical workers of BBB r'..it Lnke City are on strike for an BBB Increase In wageR and better working BBB conditions. BBV It cost the government f 4,125 to i take the census of Salt Lake City, -4 -while the cost for the entire state will be about $27,000. BH Brown Hail, a carpenter, fell from BBJ the second story of a building In Salt BBj Lake City, sustaining Injuries Wa.ch flBj resutled In his death a few hours H H The plant of the Mnntl Light & Bpj Power company was burned on May H 31. the loss being $17,000. The Are BBBJ was started by a defective high-ten- BBpJ slon wire. BBpJ Roldo Peacock, 42 years old, ot BBBj Sterling, was Instantly killed May II, BBBJ as the result of...

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. — 11 June 1910

ON THE COLLEGE NINE. Taln't no use talkln', Cyrus, thel boy of ourn certainly do love th' coun try. He writ me er letter yesterday n' sea he was overjoyed 'cause ther going ter put him In th' right field next summer," 16 YEARS OF SKIN DISEASE "For Bixteen long years I have been uttering with a bad case of skin dls ease. While a child there broke out a red sore on the legs just In back of my knees. It waxed from bad to worse, and at last I saw I had a bad skin disease. I tried many widely known doctors in different cities but to no satisfactory result. The plague both ered me more in warm weather than In winter and being on my leg joints It made It impossible for me to walk, and I was forced to stay indoors in the warmest weather. My hopes of recov ery were by this time spent. Sleepless oights and restless days made life an unbearable burden. At last I was advised to try the Cutlcura remedies Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Pills and I did not need more than a trial to convince me that I...

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. — 11 June 1910

B The Garland Globe H im)Kii;m)i:n i . EJJ . A, Wixom, . MttOI And Mnirr. H Telephone No 52 HH TKRXO i imi'.hi nil't ipn : SK "in i' ii (in iidViilK'c) II .',o JH Six ni'iiiMis ... JBJJ 'tli i re rnoutlia SMS Ail i'i i isinj; i. iir-. InrnMic l mi ni BflJ BBH Cnl'i' M .-ci'id-r hi tnuilri I I'luiiiiry IT. BBBJ 1109. at Um ("hI iiIDic til (iuilnml, I'IiiIi. iiimIii NNH iii Ac i of OkMjMM f Hnt :i, UTt NJBJ Sshtrriben who full in receive their JH ptpera rc.'iiinrly, pleano notify ilii-ioflli e. 5j Town Improvements. J 'I'llf I 1 n ;il n I III' telephone H '! cliv-tiic light poles from H tin- center r (Mil- thoroughfares K b certainly a worthy movement H and now our streets present ;i H . 1 appearance with clear Mil H htg. To tln Town Board ami H the ft. If. B. Telephone Co the H credit is due. The putting in H e unitary drinking fountain H nd a pnblic watering trough is H another Improvement ire can Bj iMmst of within the next few H weeks. Already the material H for ,-i drinking fount...

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. — 11 June 1910

I PROCLAMATION. I & i mm M iBCMaiM1IOMMiMil " ' WiUMMf.' V I I TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: J w WHEREAS, damage has been caused by fire from the shooting of Fire- H . Crackers, and & tH WHEREAS, We are not sufficiently equipped with means of extinguishing " . H 2 ft; THEREFORE, I, John C. Wheelon, President of the Town of Garland, do & M 6 hereby proclaim and designate all the streets and thoroughfares and the City Park, m H fc as a prohibited district, for a period of 30 days from July 1st, 1910, for the firing of H fe crackers, cane-guns, pin-wheels, roman-candles or any other fire-works that are m H fe . dangerous to the peace and safety of life and property. fe M I I 7 The Town Board of Garland takes pleasure in cordially tendering to our H ? oitizens and visitors, the free use of that portion of the City Park known as the base 2 H ? ball diamond, during the evenings of July 4th and 24th, after the scheduled pro- 2 M ? grams of these days have been completed, for the disp...

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. — 11 June 1910

I H The Wretchedness H of Constipation BBB Cam sjuickly U overcoma by 1 CARTER'S LITTLE H LIVER PILLS. K BJBJBj Purely vrtfrtalJsdS S. BHL tsuflrand H lrM H r-riy,,,L ICAPTER5 BBS I m. J ITTL BBSS 1''1 JJk Ipills. r tBsaasal BBSS D11- r aAty1! BBS wru, and Indigestion. They do then duty. BBJBJ Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Prtca. I GENUINE muit bear signature I Solid Shaving Comfort BM NO STROPPING NO HONING BflBB KNOWN TMENORLO OVER I MUSIC LESSONS FREE BflBB IN TOUK OWN IIOMK H Inrtnlnr to niiik r noma Ntniiy courses known in H Jllioilllr wi, nil iy j.hi l,s..ltil. ly n, I..,. ,,., iWmmm fur either I'lnno Organ, violin. Utiltnr, II mi,. Man- RWmma duim, or Cornet. It roatSac not whether you are a H b. kWui. , or no n'l v ji I pupil, (ho Ii-hhoiin w il bo immaam ai.i.l.. suitable to your niter. They am marred, of ammBj aim pi in Drop postal rant It onoo for our Kit KM S booklet. BflflflJ bramillsiil ImliluU of Malic, M HUM., Of pi I U.NtwTork City H HOWARD E. BURTON, AWIMf MH tielo...

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. — 11 June 1910

You hav got to havt collar button and Hnka or you can't wear a ahlrt. Why dorrt you gat a good set that won't blister your neck nor amut your collar? A good solid gold aet does not cost much and will laat as long as you do, so the average cost Is no more than the continuous purchase of the cheap ones. Ours are one price ' guaranteed. " """saTMAIN IT. SAIT lake Cltl UTAH Sunday Excursions - $2.75 round trip, Salt I.ake to F.ureka, Mammoth, Silver City. Train leave, l'i i Depot 7:45 l. m. $1.25 round trip, Salt I.ake to I.ehi, American Fork and Prove ! Ttsln Itsvet Union Depot 8i00 s. m. California Excursions will be announced shortly. Thru service to Los Angeles not later than June 15. For tickets, liter ature or further information call at City Ticket Office, 169 Main St. T. C. I'nk. G. P. A.. Lot Anitlrt. CI. I. H. Msndetfield, AG PA, Sail Lake Cllr. Ufa U TIT ll MEN iS" WOMEN to learn nllll I 11 Barber Trade In Right Weeks. " " mauw Tuition, with set ot tools. sj. With partial set...

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. — 11 June 1910

The Garland Globe. I Saturday, June 11, 1M0. Celebrate July 4th. H Tuesday is Flag Dny. H Hoist the Flag Tuesday. H W. J, Fife was in Ogden Sun- H day. H J, 0, Wlieeion returned last H Sunday evening from a trip to H the stnte capital. H Biter Bros are having a tale H on Band-Painted Ohinawear H and china novelties. j11-fl' 4 Bnrdett Binitli spent this week aM rn Ogden with his wife win. is m visiting relatives there. H I)r (! VV Richards, Jr., took in H the excursion to Logoon Thurs- H day given hy the Utah Dental M Assn. M Don't Factory street look fine M now that the poles have been m removed from the center of the H street? Lm Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Lishman m returned last Sunday from a H few days' visit with relatives W Ogden. BBBB Mrs. John (larrett, who has (been visiting relatives in Wclls ville, returned home Wednesday j morning. I- Mr. and Mrs. Ursel Uose re turned Sunday evening from a 10 days visit to Fartnington and Salt Lake. Agent F. F. Gross returned Monday from a trip 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. — 18 June 1910

I l)e Carlaitt lobe I I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. 5. No. 19. Published at iiorland, Utah. Saturday, June 18, 1010 H L Independence Day J4ut'f TO BE I Gloriously Celebrated IN I ...G A R L A N D... The citizens of Garland in mass nutting assembled on Smiday evening, June 12th, and unanimously decided to celeb rate the 4th of July in a lifting manner. A good representation of our business men and patri- I otic citizens was present. Mayor , J. C. Wheelon was appointed chairman of the meeting and D. 0. Chapman, Towu Clerk, secretary. A motion carried to the effect that Garland would appropri ately celebrate the Glorious Fourth and the President and fthag Trustees of the Town Board were unanimously chosen to act as the General Fourth of July committee, with power to select sub committees to assist in the work of giving R good, sane celebration. Fireworks will have no place in this year's celebration. Immediately after the meet ing the members of the Town Board he...

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. — 18 June 1910

1 1 B The Garland Globe H .1. A. WUotu, Editor & Manager. Bg GARLAND UTAH B ' . UTAH STATE NEWS B A great dial of first-crop alfalfa WM has been harvested In the vicinity jH of Brlgham during the past week. H The home of II. W. Marriott, at H Marriott, W her county, was destroyed m by Dip on June 7, the lass being 18(000. B The Weber club, () Ion's chief com- JH ntrotal organization, is going to build T f handsome homo in the heart of the -d city. L .t Juno 7 was old folks' day In the (JB Cach stake, about 600 men and wo H Dion between the ages of (!0 and 70 H being entertained at Logan. H ThroiiKb train service on the San H Pedro, Los Angeles g Salt Lake rail B road between Salt Lake and Los An- H gelcs was resumed on .lune 11. B Delegations from every camp of ! United Spanish War Veterans of BB Utah are exported to visit Often for BBl the annual encampment .lime 24. BBV The city council of Provo has au- BBb thorized the advertising for bids on B !40,000 of ten ami twenty-year ...

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. — 18 June 1910

tssft ' fsERIAL L2 STORY CV J pfofHEl i PRIMITIVE 1 J ' BY ' JJ I ROBERT AMES BENNET $ x !x : Illustrations bj RAY WALTERS u . uiBaBwaMWMnMfmaiinaaraaii (Cop) Tight, tWOh. SJ A. . .Md luin M 1 .. ' SYNOPSIS. The story opens with Hip shlpwrei k of (hi- steamer on which .Miss oni LiMlie, ;m American heiress, Lord thrope, .-in Englishman, and Tom HI a brusque American, were passei ts. The three i" towed upon an uninhab ited Island and were the only one 10I drowned. Blake, shunned on the boat, because of his roughness, became s hero ns preserver of the hi Ipless pair, The Englishman as suing for the hand 'if Miss Leslie, Wlnthrope wasted ins 1 ist mutih mi u cigarette, for which hi cored by Blake. All three constru hais to shield themselves from the sun, They tin n feasted on cocoanuts, tbe only I procurable food, Miss Leslie shows i Iking r- Blake, but detested his rough ness. Led by Blake, they establlsl home In some cliffs. Blake found fresh water spring, Miss Leslie faced an un plea...

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. — 18 June 1910

! The Garland Globe tNDEPKNDKNT .1. A. Wixo.w. . Bdftor Bd MBgf fM Telephone No 521 PPJ tkiims or m am mn 10 i RB nv j car (ill iidviiini') .. . .(I W BH six ini. nths ElH t inci' BMiaibi . . 80 gl Ativertltlna mien fiii-nl-ln l ii itti Baa BB jtlK'iitinii. BBB SfttaWd ah Hm'oiiil In-, rnuttiM li'liriiiiry 17,1 BBl IWf. hi the i .-. t ofllri' :il Ciirluml. IM.ili. uinler BBm (lift Art of OmBNM ir Marcli 3. 1H7'J. pH ButmnrllMn who full in recolve their pH pPn regularly , ple&ia notify thla office. Tax, Kill or I ransporl the Dogs. H We believe ' tarland lias more H doge tn tin1 square acre than any H town of its si.f in the state H Kvery night tor tin- past few H weeks a hunch of these canines ' H have cornered some old critter m or horse in some corner of I town ami kept up a barking J 'i-i t lias disturbed the peaceful H slumbers of our citisens, the' PI continuation of which may H erase some of our preachers to M iwear or sinners to pray. m Th Town Ordinances provide M j tux ...

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. — 18 June 1910

Stake Relief Society Semi-Ann'1 Conference The semi-minnal conferenee of the Boar River Stake Rrlief Society Mwrenientd at tht EN wood hall Wednesday June 15, 1910, at 10 a. in. aud 2 p. m. All the societies of the stake were represented atid a good turn out was present Relief Society Stake Prest. Julia A. Richnrds presided. Stake Prest. M. H. Welling, Counselors 1 M. Ilnn- I sen and Joseph Jensen, the Stake Relief Society Presidency and three hoard menihers, one member of High Council and four bishops attended the ses sions and Sisters Minnie Horn James and Annie K. Hardy of the Relief Society general hoard were in attendance. MOKNINO SESSION 10 a. 111. Singing "Softly Beams the Sacred Dawning." Prayer by Bp. M. J. Richards. Singing "Peace Be Still." Opening re marks hy Prest. Julia A Rich ards. T h e morning session was devoted chiefly to hearing reports from a nuinher of the various ward societies. The financial report of the Stake Relief Society since the organ ization of the Be...

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. — 18 June 1910

I I ALL COFFEE 1 BM No dust, chaff of bad beans B In HEWLETT'S Steal cut m fresh roasted 1 LUNETA COFFEE H Special machinery nmovu all H this waste inattnr and the con- B mi i.n-r buys nothing but coffee. Yimit iitni'nr will supply you at B 30c per pound with this Cnlloe M i i M Sunday Excursions PPH 12,75 round trip, Ball Lain to B Eureka, Mammoth, Bilvai City. PPPH H 'Iratu i in B 11,39 round trip. Sail Laka to 0 l.elii, Amci ii-an I'mk in, I i'mvn. PPH I IsaVSl ii Depot 0:00 a. m. H California Kxcursions PPH mil lie announced shortly. Thru PPH M'Hiri' to l.os Angalca no: inter PPH than June 15, For tlckstS, liter- PPH atmror further Information call H at City 'Picket Office, 169 Main St. PPH T. C, Ptcki 0, p. a . adiIm, Cat, PPH I, ii. atiaeirflela, A.O.P.A., tali Lak City. RUBBER STAMPS "v..:,-;i;:;i'i; BBBBBBBB llUlb.u W I IMII W (JHE0K8. Kle. Kllll PPPPJ line Rubber Type ( 'units in I upplic- In Muck. PPPPJ Mall ordera raoalya prompt attention, 1 SALT LAKe STAMP CO., Salt Lake...

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. — 18 June 1910

SOUPS Tomato Chicken - Vegetable 1 and ten other kinds. Delight ful natural flavor and made from the very best materials, with the care of experienced chefs, in the great White Enam eled Kitchens. Libby's Soups are ready for immediate use by adding an equal portion of hot water Ask your grocer for Libby's Soups Libby, McNeill & libby Chicago NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT Complacent Smoker Had No Use for the Bands, So What Was the Difference. g TIkto were four of them on the B rear platform of a car, thrown to gether, so to gpeak, by a rough track. All were smoking. An odor, not of cigars, detracted somewhat from In terest In the general conversation. The odor became pronounced. One of the quartette cast about for a rea son. He saw one of his companions complacently smoking a cigar that had burned down past the flaring red band that girdled it. There remained no question of the source of the odor. "Excuse me," the discoverer said to the complacent one, "your cigar band i is binning." "T...

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. — 18 June 1910

B The Garland Globe. Saturday, June 18, 1910. H Thursday afternoon's wind- H storm was a "Hummer." H Mrs. A. I. Orover left today H for Bear Lake to visit relatives. C. B. Rasor of Samaria, Idaho, M was in town on business Wed- H nesday. m Right now is the time for that B cement walk. Talk to Ehersole fl about it. It The Misses flattie I less and " Harriet floff WF8 Brighnm mtm visitors Sunday. H Chief Clerk R. L. Bush spent M last Sattirday and Sunday with H relatives in Ogden. H Say! Who is EbersoleT He's H the cement man. Does ho know H his husinessT Yes!! It H Riter Bros are having a sale I o ii Hand-Painted Chinawear H and china novelties. j 1 1 -ft H James Arbuekle of Bountful H has been visiting relatives here H and in Riverside this week H Miss Estella Welling came in H on Sunday evening's train from H a visit with relatives in Farm- H ington. H Early Thursday morning u H fine son came to the home of H Mr. and Mrs. Wm. King. All H doing fine. W Bargains Go to Riter Bros. H t...

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