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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 June 1910

I l)c atianlJ CSHobe I 1 COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 5. No. 20. Published at Oarland, Utah. Saturday, June 25, 1910 M I GARLAND'S I 4th of July I Program. Sahito at dnybroiik, 1.'! puns. Hoisting of Stars and Stripes at Sunrise. Music, Garland Military Band. Master of Ceremonies T. E. Seerist. Marshal of the day Geo. T. Rogers. Orator of the Day Hon. Horace G. Nebeker. Columbia Mrs. M. D. Evans. Music Garland Military Band. Prayer by Chaplain A. H. Gleason. Music Garland Military Band. Address of Welcome Mayor J. C. Wheelon. Double Quartette, "King Without a Stain," Mane Wing, Maggie Wixom, Alice G rover, Mayme Grover, N. C. Mortensen, Fred L. Rogers, J. J. Shunnviiy, D. C Chapman. I Oration Hon. Horace G. Nebeker of Logan. Selection Garland Orchestra. Recitation Thomas Rampton. Male Quartette, "Star Spangled Banner" Wesley Carter, W. 0, Haws, Don Stephens, N. C. Mortenscn. Toasts and Sentiments. Singing "America." Benediction by Chaplain. The hall has been ta...

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. — 25 June 1910

The Garland Globe H J A. Wixom, Kdltor & Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS M Flag (Iny was generally observed H tti i u r, li "i t the state on June 14. M 'I'll' Ogden Nil. Ill n.i :il of Hi' Mor- M mon (lunch will erect a $20,000 chapel. KM In a eniii ;i(in on the road In Mine H ham canyon, Joe Mclich had hlH arm B liroken. M The waiters of Salt Lake City have H taken stops to organize I union, alioul H IfiO having agreed to iM'come charter H iiienili- i The extension of the Logan street ri car system to Providence, a town ly- B inn about two miles to Hie south of H '.' ;an is being sei i"ii h talked of. B F.dwnrd Jones, a gambler, was so badly Injured by Joe Cache, who hi M tacked him with a knife during a H quarrel In Ogden, that he may die. Seven graduates were given dlpln- M mas from the state deaf and Mini In- stltutlon at the commencement ex- erclses held In Ogden on June l:!. Two thousand miners from the dlf- ferent camps of the slate alteniled H the annual outing ...

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. — 25 June 1910

A Protection Against the Heat. When yon begin to think it's a per onal matter between you and the stm to see which is the hotter, buy your- self a glass or a bottle of Coca-Cola. ! It is cooling relieves fatigue and quenches the thirst. Wholesome as the purest water and lots nicer to drink. At soda fountains and car bonated In bottles 5c everywhere. Send 2c stamp for booklet "The Truth About Coca-Cola" and the Coca-Cola Baseball Record Hook for 1910. The latter contains the famous poem "Casey At The Itat," records, schedules for both leagues, and other valuable baseball information compiled by au thorities. Address The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, da. Not Transferable. Miss A. had on a skirt of delicate fawn color, which the others coveted. "Do bequeath that skirt to me. Miss A.," said one friend; "it matches a waist of mine exactly." "I don't see what you want of this old skirt," Miss A. replied. It's on Its last legs now." Success Magazine. Constipation nnxi anil lorlnnnly nrnTa)n Kiit...

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. — 25 June 1910

H The Garland Globe WBM INDKI'KNDKNT. HH J.A.Wixom, Editor mid Miicr. Telephone No 52 KM TOMM ok m MM 'Hii'TiiiN: H l)M vfJir (in advance) ... . . ,M Ml H .Six tin. nt Iih ... .... H riiicc tiiciii hi H Advertising rait1 ftinibiutnl cm up H Filtered an Hfcntul-i'ln ,:. matter I'iItiiihv 17, B i:k'.. nt tin- mint ofles u Ohntand. Utafc. aaoto H the Act of OmgNtl f March 8, 1879. H SiiIimtHmt i Ini Fall to li reive I heir H (in per-, ri'triiliirly , pli'ii'-e ih.i if t liisnllii c JH The Globe i no Independent a. weekly paper and does not mix H up in polities, religion or fao- H lioiuil fights. Articles in this H paper over synonymous siji'iui- H lures written by eiti.ens, or H ligned by Individaals, concern- H tiifr postoffloe aflairs, telephone H troubles, etc,, are not senti- H inents or personal nil nits of the H editor. When the editorial col- H ami of this paper speak, you H can rest assu'red thai thesenti- H ments expressed are the editor's H views, otherwise we hnve no H conne...

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. — 25 June 1910

Primary Convention. An interesting convention of the Bear River Stake Primary Assus. was held in this eity last Saturday a n d Sunday. An officers' meeting was held at the home of Stake Primary Prest. Lottie B. Smith at 11 a. m. Sat urday. The first public session of the convention conveined at the Garland hall at 2 p. in. Stake Presl M. II. Welling, Counselors P. if, Hansen and Joseph Jensen were in attend ance and the visitors were Sis ters Amy Lyman and RebeOGa Nibley of the general Primary Board. Stake Primary I 'rest. Lottie B. Smith took charge and the associations of the stake were well represented. Saturday afternoon's session was in the form of a Union meeting. Singing, Favored , Little Ones Were They. Bray-1 er by Ernest Dewey. Singing,. The Cradle Song by a class of, the Garland Assn. A paper was read by Katherine Frisby on the subject of How Does it Benefit a Woman to be a Work er in the Primary Assn. Amy Lyman of the general board gave a talk on Some Xew Thoughts on Pre...

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. — 25 June 1910

H If you want a souvenir spoon or any H ether article in silver or gold at a H reasonable price, ask the conductor H er motorman or anybody to direct you H to our store. Ours is the pioneer Jew- H airy house of the west, established In H 1862, continuously successful due to H our reliability. Our reputation Is H made, our stock the largest, our prices H the lowest. Orders by mail have our B personal attention. H SALT MM BsfsvlH I iPINGREEl J OPENING I I JULY 2nd I M MaOsssssssss I HI III H II M I H All has been arranged for the H opening of Idaho's new town- j H site, in the heart of the great I H irrigated area of the Snake I H River Valley. A booklet is I H issued telling you all about it. I I LOW RATES O.S.L.I B From all Stations. Ask any I m Agent or write for booklet to I I pingreeI I TOWNSITECO. I H Pingree, Idaho Ogden, Utah I "Hi I California H Summer Excursions H 'iil.i'U on Male dully. I.om Angeli" Lfl :ml rt'tiirn (iliri"'t) 140.00 with Hlltrlitly B hiK'ii-r ratt'N fur tl...

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. — 25 June 1910

B.irber ous Humor. Barber How would you like your hair cut, sir? Sturio Fine. IK) you think I came In hero to discuss the tariff? Important to Mothers Examine- eiireltilly every bottle of CASTOKIA, a safe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Pears the SJx '7"T Signature of CjuxffTCUcJui In I'se For Over 80 'Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought. Soothing. "Hut those extremely violent wom en lunatics how do you manage to keep tlli'in so quiet?" "That's an idea of the new superin tendent's." "Yes?" Yes; tie had the straightjackets made up in the peek-a-boo style." Puck. How's This? We nfTcr On- Hundred Dollars Rri'-anl for anv Cai' "I i itnrrli lliat c-annot be i by Mail's Caturrn un-. I . J. I 111 NI'Y , CO.. Tolrdo. . Wa, the undefstffned, have snows i .1. 'iu-noy for the l.iit 15 ypurs, and Im-Hcyo him psftsttly hun- oritii'- In all lm.--in.-ss irnnsui-ilnnH and tr-r-riuiy abli; to curry nut any obllirutimia made by bin Ami. Waloi.no. Kinnan A Mums. Wholesale ...

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. — 25 June 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, June 25, 1910. H Hurrah Tor the 4th. H Uelebrata the 4th in (larland. H (Jims. Briggl spent Wedncs- H day in Ogden. Hj T. E. Secrist wan a Brighton H visitoi Thursday. H Cal Maylield went to Ogden H and ParmingtOO Thursday. H Mrs. BSph Coombf was a pas- H senger to Salt Luke Thursday. BJ Joseph Jensen made a busi- H ness trip t Brighton City Tues- B day. Olive Anderson, piano in- H structor. Factory street, Gar- land, Utah. m'28-tf H Harry Smith, the barber, H spent most of this week in H Brighton. H Buy a genuine $.'5.50 hnnd- H painted fruit bowl for $2.45 at H (titer Bros. j 1 1 -1 f" H N. A. Peterson and J. F, H Owens were in the eounty seat H Thursday. H .Ins. J. Thompson was in H Cache county on business a day H or two this week. H Riter Bros are having a sale H o n Hand-Painted Chiuawear H and china novelties. jl Iff Burdett Smith and N. A. H Peterson were in the county H seat on business Monday. H Jas. H. Garbanati of Snow H rille, with his E...

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 July 1910

COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 5. No. 21. Published at Oarland, Utah. Saturday, July 2, 1910 H Program for July 4th Garland. p Salute at daybreak, 18 guns. Hoisting of Stars and Stripes at Sunrise. Music Garland Band. Master of Ceremonies T. B. Seerist. Marshal of the day Geo. T. Rogers. Orator of the Day Hon. Horaee G. Nebeker. Columbia Mrs. M. I). Evans. Program of Exercises Garland Hall, 9:30 a. m. Music Garland Band. Prayer by Chaplain A. H. Gleason. Address of Welcome Mayor J. C. Wheelon. Double Quartette, "Flag Without a Stain," Marie Wing, Maggie Wixom, Alice Grover, Mayme Grover, N. C. Mortenseu, Fred L. Rogers, J. J. Shumway, D. C Chapman. Oration Hon. Horace GX Nebeker of Logan. Selection Garland Orchestra. Recitation Thomas Rampton. Male Quartette, "Star Spangled Banner" Wesley Carter, F. O. Haws, Don Stephens, N. C. Mortensen. Toasts and Sentiments. Singing "America." Benediction by Chaplain. Music Garland Band. The hall has been tastefully decorated ...

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 July 1910

THE RELATION OF RAILROAD U RATES TO GENERAL BUSINESS. H To the Business Man: No mat- H tor how objectionable nn advnnce In H freight ratei may ix to in personally, H we inn:. i reeognrte that an Improve- H incut in general builnna is dependent H on a betterment of operating and m Hnnncltl condition! of the railroads. H Thai the operatini results are most H unsatisfactory is readily Been by M the lateal INTER-STATE COMMERCE H COMMISSION reporta, which show H th.it tor the nine months ended April H 1st, 1910, eleven railroad systems, nil H Weal nnil North of a line drawn from H Chicago to St. I. mils, compared with H the same loads for the same period in H (hi' previous year, had their ith:--s Jm earning! Inoreaaad about 150,000,000.00, 1 While ilieir pel eiitnliiKH showed a de- Hfl cicase of $3,(00,000.00, and for the M month ol March, on the same romparl- B son, liny show an increase of 17,000,- M nun on in groaa and a decreaaa of H 1066,000.00 in net earnings. H Attention Is called...

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 July 1910

J Products Are Best For Your Table Because they are made of the choicest materials and guaranteed to be absolutely pure. Libby's Veal Loaf makes a delightful dish for lunch i eon, and you will find Libby's Vienna Sausage Corned Beef Pork and Beans Evaporated Milk j equally tempting for any i meal. j Have a supply of Libby's in the house and you will always be prepared tor an extra guest. You can buy Libby's at all grocer's. Libby, McNeill & Libby Chicago t'i . : Surprise for the Deity. "Pupa," Mid a lit tli girl, rushing Into the room with the air of one bring ing valuable Informatloo, "did you know that the lirown'.s little baby was dead?" "Yes, dear, I heard of it. Aren't you sorry?" "Yes. but, papa, It was only three days old.'' "1 know, love." "And don'i you think God will be surprised to see it come back so "4 soon?" TAKE A FOOT-BATH TONIGHT After dissolving one or two Allen's Foot Tabi (Antiseptic tablet! fur the foot-imih) In the water, U will take out all soreness, amurt...

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 July 1910

I The Garland Globe H IMU1PBMDBMT. H .1. a. Wixom, Editor sad Mngr. I Telephone No 52 H TMIH ur tTMCHIPTIOlll H Oiii' yenr (in iidvnnee) .... ....1160 Bm .-i Mintil Iih i7n H 'I'lncr month! :, Jfl Aiivertblng ratei furnlilHil mi ftp ffl plication. Bel Kntrnil us BMMMMIftM inultri Kibruury 17, Be 1100. at tlit' iiiihI iilllrr nl i ... I ,n I lllal.. iinilcr B the Art of OoOCNM of March 3. 17!I JH Bubtrrlbon who fail in rucolvo tholr JB pnptn regulnrlyi ploue notify thli office I Cut Out the Weeds. mi Every year the Globe has re H minded iir oitisena tliat our H town wouM present i ranch n.t- H tor appearance to visitors, as H wi'll as tlu' public generally, if H the Weeds OH our sidewalks ami H afreets, were cut out. Our ef- H forts along this line aeon utter- H ly useless. There are uumei- M ous places in town that present M an appearance of a neglected, H dtaerted country farm with t'ox- M tall, Canidan thistle and weeds M towering liitfli in the air, that is a disgrace to our buat...

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 July 1910

it . 7 ' County Commissioners. At the regular meeting of the bOftfd held Monday, June 20, nil members were present. J. 1). Call presented a petit ion from residents in Rnnita, asking the board to organize a drainage distriet to be known as the Bonita Drainage. Action was deferred. The petition of Clias. L. Allen, et al residents of Snowville, ask ing the board to establish a county road in Knowville north ' to Idaho State line, was referr ed to the committee of the whole for investigation. Joseph A. West asked per mission to take earth from the county road at Willard north of bridge, to make fill aecross cul vert and also to take earth from couuty road on either side of the hill at the North Willard school house, was referred to Comr. Valentine with power to act. N. S. Christofferson appeared and asked the board to assist in maintaining the drain in the county road along side his farm west of O. S. L. depot. Referr ed to the board for investigation. The petition of certain resi dent...

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 July 1910

H The Garland Globe Hb .). A. Wixom. I'.dit.M A Manager. Kfll r - i i rA " UTAH STATE NEWS H VVItlnrd will join with the ol HH (iif towns in having u safe and sane HH font HB Prove has been selected at the HHJ ii e i", HH Ml M Other ci In Utah Ihnu Wayne HH are without a railroad, i h i It i HHj i ii lie id. Kane, VYa on HHJ M i r.i i: Tlca, wiio upted to M . iiiini up" Ogden in old-time HH st if, lias been sentenced to i i) da in the city Jail. HH I ' i Maki, a Kin n, about Id Aw old, waa caught under a cave-in In tin B Highland Qo) tunnel al Blngbam ami H crushed to death, HI V. II. Farnsworth, secrets y of the HH ataU board of land comui H sent hla resignation to Oovernoi Wil B effective June BH Lucile Phillips, aged 12, h Injuries in the spine wh ch may n mil HH In nnildni her cripple H resuli oi falling from a Baltslr train. H Mrs. Rose McFarland, aged 70, BH from a buggy as she waa it to In i I .Mm' In Ogden from I pleasure iMc, sustaining Injuries, which A her trial lasting f...

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 July 1910

fsERIAL L2 STORY tyj 1 INTO THEl I PRIMITIVE I 1 I By f ROBERT AMES BENNET :: Illustration bj :': RAY WALTERS d -'J B ,.vv.v.,.v.;.,.vv.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.,.v.' f (Copj-ritflit. IWW, lij A. Q lirt lum Co.) SYNOPSIS. The Htory opens with the ahlpwreck of the steamer on whlOh Mlsa ii, nolev Leslie, nn American heiress, Lord -Wlnthrope, nn i.iinlislm; m. and Tom Make, a briiHqur American, wire passengers. Tlie lliri'f vcrf tated upon nn unlnliK l lted Inland and with Um only ones Dot drowned. Hhikc. shunned on the bout, because of Ids ronghneHa, became u In ro as preserver cf the helpless pair. The Englishman was suing for the hand of Miss Ieslle. Wlnthrope wasted his last match on a cigarette, for which he w M scored by Wake. All three conatructed hats to shield themselves from the sun They then feasted on cocoa nuta, the only firocurable food. Miss Leslie showed i Iking for Wake, but detested his rough neaa. Led by Wake, they established ;i hoim- In some cllffa. Wake found u fresh, water ...

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 July 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, July 2, 1910. jH All kimls of bee supplies at H the Fouljfor eonipnny. 2t H Born L. Botenara was n dm- H senger to Brighton Wednesdny. H Mrs. Shields of Ogden is visit IB nm her daughter, Mrs. K. L H Bush. B Get your bee supplies at the iV Foulger Co. Full Hue just in. H 21 H Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Taylor H went to Ogden Wednesday H morning. " Mrs Ava Sasser spent a few mM days of this week in Logan do- H ing temple work. H Mrs. II. 0. Cutler is visiting H relativee in Salt Lake, Provo, H Ameriean Fork and Lehi. H Miss Helen Clawson and brother H Julian of Salt Lake, spent this H week in Fielding, the guests of H Mrs. Helen Burns. H Early last Sunday morning a H charming daughter was born to H the wife of Albert Hales of this H city. Mother and babe doing H H G. J. Campbell, wife and H family and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. H Francke spent Tuesday in the H Bear River canyon fishing, m hunting and pioknicing. H Mrs. R. E. Baxter went to H Alpine last Saturday to v...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 2 July 1910

V- II-11- Articles. Axles, iir par- therpof. axle bars, axle blank.". ir forgings for axles, whether if iron or steel, without reference to ihe stage or state "i manufacture, n - I . valued at not more than cents per pound f'miidrd. That when iron or steel axles are i in r t -. i hi ted in wheels or parte of wheels ot nun or steel. they shall ! dutiable al the same rate as the wheels in whi ii thej are titled Blacksmith's hammers and sledges, track look, wedges, and crowbars,, whether if iron 01 i - 1 . Note U it 3321. par 124, adds blacksmith's tongs. Units witli 'r without threads or nuts, or bolt blanks, and finished hinges or hinge blanks, whether f ir i 'r steel Card clothing noi actualh and permanently fitted to and attached to carding machines or t" part- thereof at the tt f importa tion, when in. muta tured with: Round irn ..r untempered round steel wire Tempered r und steel wire Plated wire or other than r-'iml iron ..r steel wire, or with felt face, wool face, or rubber fa...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 2 July 1910

M les HBY I .ap-welded, butt-welded, seauied, i.r jointed iron .r -! 1 iiil.e-. BBS pipes, flues, or slays, not thinner than Xo 14 wire BBS If not less than an iuch in diameter BBB If leas than , :' an inch and not less than ; an in !i in BB3 Bflfl If less tli. in if an inch in diameter BBB Proridfi. Tlial ii" lules, pipes, flues, or stays, made BBfl clurcoal iron, -lull pa a less rate of duty than H cent BBS )r BBC yliudrical or tiihular tanks or vessel:-, tor i.-Mr BBfl liquids, or other material. liether lull "T einpu BBB Flexible metal tuhiu! "r hose, n - p whether overed BBB with wire or other material, "r otherwi-e iiicludiu: an BBfl appliance? or atta hments affixed BBB Welded cylindri'-al furnaces, lubes, r tfuer made from BBB plate metal, and corrugated, rilihed. Therwi-e r en- BBfl t'orced tgainst ollapsini pressure BBB All other iron i steel tules, linisln d. n. s p. BBfl Penknives pocketknives clasp knives pmuint; knives hudditu; BSJ knives. erasers manii ir- knives, and...

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 July 1910

I I I lje (Starlatd lobe d J I COVgRS THI B 1 Air"vTnv"rL LEY LIKE A BLANKET I I Vol. 5. No. 22. Published at Cjorlqnd, Utah. Saturday, Jul1910 I Garland's Glorious Celebration The metropolis of the Hear River valley celebrated July 4th M in fitting style and crowds of peopje from all over the valley m made Uarland their headquarters that day. The program as m published in our hist issue was carried out in detail. Marshal H .eoige l' K'w firod oflf the big guns at day-break, hoisted H tlie Hag at sunrise and Kirkham's marshal "band serenaded the m town in good shape. Geo. (Marks harmoniea bund of youngst- m en filled the air with patriotic music and there was bustling M and buzzing from daylight to dark. Kings floated from our H business houses, a number of which were draped in bunting and, m numerous residences were trimmed with flags and bunting. ! m Gverybody teemed to have a genuine good time and the eelebra- m tiou passed off peacefully with no accidents to report. The m aftern...

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 July 1910

H The Garland Globe 9H .1. A Wlxorn. Bdltor .v.- MlUfir HB GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H Flic destroyed the paint shops at HH tho now Tooele smelter, causing si Hj loss or $700. H At I'M: t fifty new business anil H dwelling houses are DDder construe B lion at Tooele. B Trappers a few days ago caught I fH bear near Kphralm which weighed B over 800 pounds. M Stricken with heart failure, William BBl .larvls. t;n years old. a resident of Salt M Lake City, died while seated on the PflH east steps of tho temple. ..flj The old folks of Weber county will be entertained at Lagoon on .July 21 B It Is expected that 1,000 persons over JH 60 years of age will ho present JH Tho retail clerks of Ogden tire form BH Ing a lahor organization, which will BBl bo the largest union In Wehor county BB when the organization in perfected. BBl1 Spontaneous combustion which BBl1 Started in a pile of mouldy straw was BJ i ''sponsible for a lire which destroyed BBh ' barn '""' Tour horses in Salt I Ske BBb Ge...

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