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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 July 1910

i i ass If you have any I Broken Jewelry . . . Now In the time ill all the ri'ir to have an fix It. Don't wait until holiday. Your old atnff made new (or very little I "!'- SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. I Before sending your boy away to a boarding school, investigate ALL HALLOWS COLLEGE ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Catalogue Sent Fr on Application Rev. J. J. Qulnan, President GRA6ER WIRE & IRON WORKS 31 STATE STREET, SALT LAKE CITY iJft. it tt II ttw llNlll t The above represents DBS "I thr many different ;1 designs of Iron Feme we manufacture for real- dence, rrmetery lot and public buildings. S Write for catalogue and prlOSS. a . u-v JTlT aTa1 A POSITIVE nd PER 3 'fffvflRfl MANENT (URE F0R pjjrTPCi Drunkenness and aBaaa3sJJal Opium Diseases. ;', Taera ii Be sabhrlt?. m lickest. Lae'lea imiid u V pn..trl, at . tkeir on bo.e THE KEELET IN 3 STITUTE. 314 W. Sea t. Tta.eU Stmt. Salt lake City t UfalllTaril MEN AND V'()MKN to Learn S If Mil I I Bartier Trade In Klght Weeks. M " " " Tuition, wstk ne...

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. — 23 July 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, July 23, 1910. &V Twenty-fourth to-morrow nV Burdett Smith was in OgdftU H n business We.dn'sday. B Owen Barber was a pMMDg6T to Brifhftll) and the south Wed- H nesday. B Olive Anderson, piano jd- B tractor. Factory street, Qr- laud, Utah. m28-tf fl H. C. Cutler returned Wed- H nesday evening from a Hip to H Salt Lake City. B Win. Httrd and Wm. Qottam B of Suowville Were in Garland I 'MB Wednesday on business. jM Master Kalph Boyd, who bus H been quite ill for the past three H week, is favorably recovering. H A fine son was born to the H wife of M Harrison Boothe of H this 'ity Tuesday affemoon. H All doing nicely. M Call at the Globe oftiee and H see the splendid papers offered H to subscribers of the Garland. H Globe. Read page 5. H If yon want good reading H matter at a big sacrifice, read H page f of this issue and em- H brace the opportunity at once. H C. Christcusen and Jay B, H Glen of Glen Bros. Piano Co., H Ogden, were here a few days H ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 30 July 1910

BBBH BB J COVE R S Tfl I K A R RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET Vol. S. No. 25. Published at OorUmd, Utah. Saturday, July 30, 1910 June Grass Fire. Friday afternoon of last week, a bif Jane grass lire destroyed about 800 bushels of wheat for D. E. Manning ami did quite a lot of damage to fences 00 the foot hills north-west of town. It is thought the fire was start ed by tli' chopping of a lighted cigarette in tbo dry grass which burned like powder. citizens of town end people living in that vicinity fought the fire like trojons, but were un able to stop its progress. It swept down on Mr. Manning's wheat stacks like a whirlwind and consumed the entire wheat stacks. The fire burned on the hillside all night and most of Saturday. The loss of the 800 bushels of wheat to Mr. Manning was quite a misfortune and will be a lesson to others who frequently stack grain and hay in June grass. Before grain or hay is stacked in the districts of June grass fields, the grass should be plowed up or burned...

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. — 30 July 1910

The Garland Globe U .1. A. Wlxum, Editor & Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS WM Ovrr 20(1 tons of lee are used Sail B Lake City every day at thin time of H the season H The county commissioners of Cache H county have fixed the tux levy at nlni B mills, the name ax last year. W. R. Kelley, a smelter eniployef H at Murray, wan killed by falling thirty H feet and landing on a cement walk HB Thomas Orglll of Paradise waa Re rlously Injured by being st.ruck by lightning, but Is expected to recover. VJ The Kaysvllle Trotting association 4H has been incorporated. Nearly all th Btockholdera are residents of Kays WM Robert Jones, a painter, was over come by the heat while working on n building at Ogden and fell, gerlously Injuring himself. Arthur A. Sweet, a well-known min Ing man, railway promoter and busl H ness man of Salt Luke City, died In Joi.i; Reach, Cal., July 20, of chronic Blights disease. According to the weather bureau of finals, this Is the hottest and dryesi July sin...

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. — 30 July 1910

1 J I "hroroy" Knivct and Forki "Ivoroy" In n beautiful, yet surpasses Elephant Ivory In being more practical will not break, crack OtlOOMD, 'Ivoroy" knives and forks are guarantcd quadruple plated silver, the forks hclng plated over solid nickel to prevent wearing through and turning black. Ordinary good have 12 dwt. plating these have 16 guaranteed Hlx knives, nix fork 4.50 per set. Express prepaid. V"-Vims..y WhOSbL ALT LAMB CrtXlTTarl MMMiBawaBaiBaiaaiB.i I Blues? Do you ever feel a little blue, tired or discouraged? Try a cup of Good Tea and see how different you will feel a few minutes afterward. But get Good Tea. HEWLETTS will do you good HBBSBBBBBBBBVBBBBBBBBBBBBsMMBSBBBlaSBBBBBBBBHBBBSSSBBBBBSSSSS Before sending your boy away to a boarding school, investigate ALL HALLOWS COLLEGE ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH - Catalogue Sent ! on ?plieation Rv. J. J. Cuinan, Pi indent BJiBBBHBIIHHaftVBSBBBSBBSBBBBVMBBBBBBBBBBlBMBWBaHBBWVa' "THE CENTER OF BUSINESS" UTAH IMPLEMENT-VEHICLE COMPANY 135 t...

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. — 30 July 1910

H The Garland Globe H INDEPENDENT. BJ J.A.Wixom, . Editor Mi MSff. H Telephone No 52 SB IKHMh Ul M UM IIII'llo.N PJJ Otu- JTMT (ill hiIvmuci-) 1 ro PJJ 75 JJJ Tbrto monthi .. M JJJ Advertising rate fiiriisthtd on kp SB HHf Kntorml an MOmwl stlSS matter February 17, HHl 1 a' '"' ! BBa the AH nf OMWMM of Marrli 3. 1879. Baa Subscriber who fall to receive tbelr pnpen ragtileftj , pleine notify tble office H Problems for Parents. iJ Tli.' following splendid advice Jkp. recentlj appeared in an editorial BR in tli1 Boston American. It pflj contains mucfa food for thought, PJa jiimI the wise sales representa H lives will Require many excel- pflj l -lit points from it: H "It is highly important that PBJ the public take an interest in pflj the problems that confront the H teachers in our public schools. H It is sat'' to say that these pro- Pflji Hems will never DC satisfactorily H solved until the fathers and H mothers of the hoys and girls H who go to school help do the H work. H "It is a c...

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. — 30 July 1910

Globe's Big Subscription Offers! I R Anything Ever Offered by Any Newspaper in the H Dishes are not in our line of business, but we can certainly give you some splendid Newspapers and Magazines for M a limited time, ONLY. Read these liberal offers and don't fail to take advantage of them TO-DAY. H bbbbbb . M These offers are for OLD and NEW subscribers. Old subscribers who settle back accounts and pay one year in ad- H vance, get the benefit of these spleneid offers as well as new subscribers. Terms: Strictly cash in advance. x fspjrj j Offer No. I I wftffi ESmfm These Three National Maga- H All four for H II f T.IKK pleasure in laying before our readers what is undoubtedly the greatest subscription offer ever made H YY 'J newspaper. In tli- I nit. d stt.s there ui- published about "o magazine. WV have examined aw -- . Bannnl rry on.- of llirsc magazines fr v,ry point of view, taking Into account not only tlu-ir subscription price, i , MM M. M Banana! hut tin- rharacter of tin- read...

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. — 30 July 1910

I 1 , VAN VALKENBURG IS JUDGE H I 1 Judge Arba S. VHn Valken burgh, recently ap- H JmlTJs. pointed United Stalos district Judge, western dl- H Jp SK vision of Missouri. Is one of the youngest Jurists H "fei on the federal bench. Ho is only 48 years ot H ft. ja age, but his friends say this will not prevent him iiH l!? MJLtt ' JB lr"m making an enviable record. H wt 'sy Tr Mr V;m Valkenburgh succeeded Senator War iiB W i ml "er as lJnltel States district attorney for the B W JLK yS western district of Missouri In 1905 and was re H VffltJktiL h appointed by Presldenl Tafl In December, 1909 H fcaT - He had previously served seven years as assist- -Jj t ant lo MaJ"r Warner In that office. He was born t, feS. In Syracuse. N. Y., In 18G2. When he was seven IHBtf M " JffisAW years old his parents removed to Illinois and H J A jrf0ffMwfy la,or to Mlrn,Knn- He waH graduated from the M I J& a W(f"-'- I'nlvcrity ol Michigan In 1884. attaining high H rank as a sclKilm H Mr. Van Valkeubiirgh...

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. — 30 July 1910

, DESERVED IT. RrrIub Piny In' poker hands laa' night l accidentally threw five aces. i Sambo What did de oddera do? Jfl Kastus Threw me outer de win dow. EPIDEMIC OF ITCH IN WELSH VILLAGE "In Dowlals. South Wales, about flf teen years ago, families were Htrick en wholesale by a disease known as the itch. Believe me. It Is the most terrible disease of its kind that I know of, as it itches all through your body and makes your life an inferno Sleep Is out of the question and you feel as If a million mosquitoes were attacking you at the same time. 1 knew a dozen families that were sc affected. "The doctors did their best, but their remedies were of no avail what ever. Xhen the families tried a drug gist who whs noted far and wide foi his remarkable cures. People came to him from all parts of the country for treatment, but his medicine made matters still worse, as a last resorl they were advised by a friend to use the Cutlcura Remedies. I am glad tc tell you that after a few days' treat...

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. — 30 July 1910

The Garland Globe. Saturday, July .10, 1910. H ". E. Wilson I'unio bask from H b visit to Ogden Tuesday night. H II, l. Evans returned Tim's- K lay from a visit with hil family H in Provo. H Mrs. J, T. Lant and J. F. H pwons were Bingham visitors H Tuesday. H Adolph Anderson returned H Tuesday evening from a visit H with hil family in SaJt Lake. H Get (he beby'i piottire taken. H Where? At lienlove'i tent near H Harlaixl Mere. Oo. All work H guaranteed, it fl Mr. and Mrs. Win. Preston, who spent the '-'4th in Weston, Idaho, returned home Wednes- H day morning. H Miss Laura Hon1 of George- m town, Idaho, is visiting in town H the guest of her sister, Miss. H Harriett floff. H Mrs Jos E Gorbett and drugh M ters Josie and Louies, of Ban-j a OTdft, Idaho, were visiting in B town this week. H Menlove, the photographer of M Provo is here for a few weeks, H located on Main St., just south of the Garland Mere. Co. 11 H Mr. and Mrs. Win. Linton i WM were made happy Wednesday I 1 of this week...

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. — 6 August 1910

vSBje wtlmt& lote I C O V iTl TNE BEAR I VI R VA LLIY LIKE A SL A N K E T VM. Bb NO. M. Published ot uorlond, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 6, 1910 Mrs. M. H. Boothe Suddenly Called. Last Sunday morning July 31, at about 4:30 o'clock, Olive Menerva Boothe, aged 81 years, 9 months and 10 days, wife of l. Harrison Boothe of this city, passed suddenly away from the effects of heart trouble from which she has been a sufferer for the past few years. About twelve days prior to her death she gave birth to a fine son and was on the high road to a speedy recovery. Saturday afternoon and evening she stated that she was feeling tine. At 4 a. m. Sunday she was sieved with an attack similar to those she had passed through on other occasions and requested her husband to give her a drink of water, saying: "I am going." When Mr. Boothe returnee! with the water he had to arrouse her from a dull stupor and soon after drinking it, she passed away. A sorrowing husband and five small children, the youngest o...

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. — 6 August 1910

M The Garland Globe DH .) A Wl.iom. Bdttor A Manager. tgg GARI AND ... UTAH I UTAH STATE NEWS H statistics gathered by tiio rallroadi H ibow thai (Jtah'i woo! crop will this H year amount to about 18,000,000 H According to unofficial returns, Salt H Lake city's ohool population Is at M present 84,480, an Inoraaaa of H Fred Fournior, who tried to suicide B bv throwing hlmatlf in front of a H train at Tucker, lias been lent to the H State Mental hospital. FB John Nieison wtis accidentally shot ""Hgjtj ill the leu by his son at the Nieison g home In North Ogden The boy wai eSfl unloading his rifle when the aocldenl H Jena C. Folater, one r the pionaw H resident! f ECphraim, was killed H Wednesday afternoon in fulling from H u tier while trimming the limbs from H the H T. II. (!. Parks, of Nepbl, reports H that hi' lias bad bettor success nt dry H tanning this year than ever before. H Eighteen itacki oi wheal will thresh H out about 8,700 bushels. H Governor Spry has been asked by H rel...

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. — 6 August 1910

RESTORED TO-'.-tfEALTtf.' ") After Suffering With Kidriiy Olsar ders for Many Years. I Mrs. John 8. Way, 20a S. Sth Sju Independence, Kans., says: ' "For o number of years I was a vlrtim Ol disordered kidneys. My back tcbed 'f' sago of the kidney e HmgIk constantly, the i . J& Ti (I'iious was lrn'i bJ ankles were badly jroSIV-, swollen. Spots d! t. a dgnu '"sbv appeared boiore my tPjKfe-.jr eyes and I beca e ' rtpffigjl'v very nervous. Af-"r using numerous remedies without re lief I was completely cured by Doan'l Kidney Pills. This seems remarkable when you consider my advanced kge." Remember the name Doan's. J For Kale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. V. Many a budding genius has d -1 oped Into a blooming Idiot. Ir. PlrrcO IvUctn. mnnll, mtjrar-rnntMl. ns- to t&kn as itnry, ri'tfulnn mirl lavlfDimle .turn . ii UVlTHIUl luiArlS. lKlllnttriil'. Literary Note. "Do you think that poets should never marry?" "1 don't know about that. Hut tl te shoul...

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. — 6 August 1910

H The Garland Glob K INDEPENDENT. K J.A.Wixou, . . Editor and Mugr. 9 Telephone No 52 m fSSUM k MMWIIN I B On! yenr (in tifliw) 9150 JB Six months W HH Ttircr montlis 50 BH AdftftMBf rales farakhsd on np H plication PPfl Entr-nxl oh upcimil-rla , matter February 17, PH 1909. at the phI office at Garland. Utah. under B tha Act of ConffraaM of March 3. 1879. B Bnbtorlbtn who fail to noslrt their H pHptirs regularly f ))i mm notify thU office. H Congress and the IH National Department H of Health. jmk Senators are awaking to the H importance of Federal health H activity. While Senatar Owen's H bill to establish a national De- H partment of Health did not pass H this session of CSongress, the H amount of educational work H which tin1 hill has accomplished H is incalculable. Its hearings H l.roiiiilil out some of the coilli- H try's foremost sanitarians, stat- H isticians and scientists to speak fl in its favor. The "National H Leagae for Medical Freedom," H opposing the Owen hill, made ...

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. — 6 August 1910

aLLI , Globe's Big Subscription OffersI I Beats Anything Ever Offered by Any Newspaper in the State I Dishes are not in our line of business, but we can certainly give you some splendid Newspapers and Magazines for I a limited time, ONLY. Read these liberal offers and don't fail to take advantage of them TO-DAY. I These offers are for OLD and NEW subsoribers. Old subscribers who settle back accounts and pay one year in ad- H vance, get the benefit of these spleneid offers as well as new subscribers. Terms: Strictly cash in advance. H tijCr laPHIH! These Three National Maga- I '"' .ffalSrSS iiil''f ' '' V7 zines and The Garland Globe I TK TAKV pleasure in laying before our readers wliat h undoubtedly the r. -at eat subeeripttoa offer ever il YY "J "J newspaper. In the United States there are published about .V magaainea. Wr bare riamiBril a . . H every one of these SJ from every point of view, taking into account sot only their subscription prion, M M M "V H hut Qic cbaraeter of tin-...

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. — 6 August 1910

ggW m r1 : ' ' ' t 'ui BaBa ' I I IN THE LIMELIGHT I I 1 TO HEAD MONEY HEPTARCHY gggn I i j. Plerpont Morgan, .Jr., whom TbomM Ryan H Mk, snys Is to hc;u nn American financial heptarchy, H jf SiM recently has hern visiting Home of UlC viiHt prop- HH 9 '- v,o"'-i 'tly Interests to which he 1h to fall heir. Young H Morgan marveled tit 'he huge steel plants In H "v-s - yjf I'ltl 'burg, n pan el the t'nlteil Stater Steel eor- J F p 0) potation the trust which Is controlled hy his B J M lather. He nlso vlhileri the mills at (iary, lad . H V'v which are growing ho rapidly, and found much tga ;'; f A '" P"'lr over there. tgg K Although the Impression Is far from general t iv!' Lm wning Morgan Is In many ways much like his fa- ggVg iliBrVic mJrl " " ""' ,l:u'' ""' 'alters organizing H ffi f'"Brw' V Reolue; that retnalna to be seen U ' P'' wr 1 But he has the dominating personality and ap H vT tituda for Duaineaa thai made the eider Mor- H gap even a decade ngo and before h crowned H his org...

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. — 6 August 1910

" 'rr i" Vlvoroy" Knives and Fork "Ivnrny" It us beautiful, yet miriiisba Elephant Ivory in being mora practical will nnt break, orm-k or loosen. "Ivoroy" knives unit forks lire guafentfd quadruple platcl sliver, the inrkfhelni plated hut nollcl nickel M'pTOtmt wearing through MS turning black, Ordinary goods hate 12dwt. plating- Hum- liui e It. miHriintcM Six knives, six lurks $4. fit) per S( 1. BspfMI prepaid. ALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. Before sending your boy away to a boarding school, investigate ' ALL HALLOWS COLLEGE ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Catalogue Sent free on Application Rev. J. J. Cuinan, Prealdent rjjszmrsn.ii.7i a positive mdPER- I f33wS MANENT CURE F0R Ifeiiit Drunkenness and IBmii Mft3. Opium Diseases. Ibcre ii no publicity, bo ntknrit l.aJiei treated aa privately in their own hornet. THE KEELEY IN STITUTE., 334 W. South Temple Street, Salt Lake City aeaBBBBWaaaSjaBjajanBa Ufa tlTCfl MIM and wiimkn to i aara fflAfl II I'.iiiierTradeln KIkIH Week "" " "" Tuition, with set ,,( loo...

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. — 6 August 1910

Hj The Garland Globe. BE Saturday, Aug. 6, 1910. H S. E. Baxter of Halt Lake was hero on business Wednes- H lay. H Mr. and Mrs. Eph Coombs H I'cnt last Sunday in Salt l.-.'k- H City. II Olive Anderson, piano in- H wtruetor. Factory street, Garr H land, UUh. m28-tf H Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Groyer H were passengers to Salt Lake H City Wednesday. H Miss Maggie Grew retutned H to her home in Spanish Fork W Wednesday. " Joseph Jensen made a busi- gfl ness trip to the state capital H Wednesday returning Thurs- H day. H W H. (Uncle Billy) Howe, H representing the loan agents M Miller & Veile was here a few H lays this week. H Call at the Globe office and M see the splendid papers offered 1 to subscribers of the Garland H Globe. Read page ft. M Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Green of H Oklahoma, are visiting relatives 1 here the guests of her daughter, M Mrs. J. Marion Fraucke. H W. F. Madsen of Ogden, dis- H trict manager of the K. M. B. H Tel. Co., was here on business H Tuesday and Wednesday. M John...

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. — 13 August 1910

Stye arkti& tiMobe I C V E 8 THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. 5. No. 27. Published of Oarlond, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 13, 1910 I Drowned in Bear River. i The Treacherous O I d Waters off Bear River Claim Another Victim. (Deseret News Pleas.- Copy.) Wednesday morning between tho hours of J) and 10 o'clock, Soren 0. Sorensen, a well known and highly respected farmer of East Garland, was drowned in the Bear Rive r just east of his farm in that locality, His farm is about one mile north of the Sugar Company's Central farm. From M. A. Rhodes, who assisted in recovering the body, we gleaned the following part iculars: Mr. Sorensen, on horse-hack, attempted to cross the river to get his cows that were on the oposite side of the stream. Near the place is a regular ford or crossing where the water is shallow. It is supposed lie made a miscalculation a u d missed the ford ahout 50 feet or did not want to bother with going through the wire fence on the oposite side of the river. T...

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. — 13 August 1910

H The Garland Globe Hj .1 A Wlxotn, Kdltor - Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H The street car line linn been Anally H extended from .Salt Luke City to HH Handy, the people of Sandy celebrating 8 the arrival of the llrst car by a genera! m suspension of business and devoting H the day to a general eclebra Ion. B RolWld cParson, 15 years old. in held B tit i lie Ogden jail, charged nun the J theft of an automobile from the fair B grounds Pearson has ndm'ttcd his H guilt, and his only excuse is that he H had no car fare with which to return H to QH 'Hie Utah National Guard is en ' camped at Dale Creek, Wyoming where It wll spend fifteen days In mm maneuverH and drill tactics Two ape H rial ( r;i i ns were required to trnnsport H the different 'ottipanleH and their lin H iedimentla. H Ilerl Owens, a miner, was drowned H at Mldvale, Tuesday, while bathing in H the Jordan river, lie was taken with H cramps and was drowned before as H Blstance could be rendered by his two H compani...

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