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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 August 1910

Jewelry Values Not one person In a hundred knows Jewelry Values. Looks don't indicate value. A ffreat deal must be left to to the jew eler. Fortv-eifrht years of relia bility stand behind everv pur chase made here. SAW LAKE CITy. UTAH Correapondeuce Invited. Before sending your boy away to a boarding school, investigate J ALL HALLOWS I C0LLE6E ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Catalogue Bant Praa en Application Rev. J. J. Ouinan, President aVirVIBl A POSITIVE aad PER B aVvfififl MANENT CURE FOR Mfmi Drunkenness and IbjBfLSMJ Opium Diseases. Tkara ! publicity, ao lickaau. Ladies trtalaa1 n.tfl, .. in tkrir awa a...,. THE KEELCY IN STITUTE. M4 W jaaji Ttaial. Slreal, Salt Uk. Cilr PHONOGRAPHS l'5V7 C,t '" BDI,ON PHONOGRAPH VsN. -" on eaay terms- $3 eaeh 1 and $1 per week. guj The Talking Machine Co. bjT (28 Slate Street ... Salt Lake l'ity KODAKS JRRffl Write for cataloa-iieB and literature. Developing iiri pi mi mi: Mall i ii 'In s given prompt attention Salt Lake Photo Supply Co., Salt Lake City ...

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. — 13 August 1910

Hhh - - - - H The Garland Globe H INDKF'KNDKNT. H .' a. Wixom, . . Editor and Mogr, B Telephone No 52 Bb i RtPTtORi H One M'ni lit! ml v urn ) II SO B 81 X mi. nllis HB 'I'lircc iriotil lis ... ... BO Bl Ativertblng rain tumi-iinl mi up BBH Entorml as m-coml tlam matti-r Kcliruary 17, Bfl ''' nt UM PHI dttat in Curluml. Uluh. iimlcr ; BBB the Art of ConniH of Man h ;l. 1H7' H siiIim riiiirs who fail ic receive their H PPn regularly, pIcHe notify thliofflre M Saturday, Aug. 13, 1910. H Tin' following, from the pen B of Boli Bnrdette, is not half 'm bad: gJ "My son follow not in the M footsteps of the loafer,and make M no example of him who is born m tired, tor verily I say unto you H their busineea is overstocked, M the scats an- all taken and the m whittling places are all in use. BH It is better to saw wood at two B bits a cord than to whittle in a H loafing match and abuse the M government. Mj son, whilst M thou hast hit in thy skull the H sense ol" a jayhird, break away B from th...

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. — 13 August 1910

Globe's Big Subscription Offers! I ,Beats Anything Ever Offered by Any Newspaper in the State H Dishes are not in our line of business, but we can certainly give you some splendid Newspapers and Magazines for H a limited time, ONLY. Read these liberal offers and don't fail to take advantage of them TO-DAY. LW 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 snbscribers. Terms: Strictly cash in advance. Lw l fffmlm1 5av Offer No. I I UM7? '" ,ICT'il WjB rtafStS These Three National Maga- I e $J kbk 1-JC M.jf A A v zines and The Garand Globe !jtt iHBKSIifiil ' 1 for one year for only $2.00. H All four for 1H Iirl T KI, pleasure in laying before our reader what Ih undoubtedly the greatest Mubscription offer ever made H Yy by any newspaper. In the 1 nited Stated there are published about 250 magazines. We have -&fiiinc4l aw H every one of these uiuguiineM fr...

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. — 13 August 1910

I piwhoanow fl DR. WILSON FOR GOVERNOR H I That the scholar In politics 1b to be a factor In tAmerlcnn public life has been prophesied, and to some degree exemplified, for several years. Hut for Hi" first time In the history of the repub lic the head of a leading university has been of fered the nomination for governor of a state and has signified hlB willingness to become the candl Woodrow Wilson, president of Princeton uni versity, Is both a scholar and a politician, In the higher sense of the latter word. He knows life not only from books, but he has been a practising i lawyer, and In various ways haB come more Into p touch with the great public of working men and '( women, probably, than any other head of an Amer- J (can Institution of learning To the observer of politics who Is not "on the H Inside," as an expressive i liraso puts It, tin- proposed nomination of Doctor Wilson, M far as the prau dispatches have reported It, may be a provocative H of mild curiosity. It is said in...

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. — 13 August 1910

I Will Gas I Did you hear It? How embar I rassing. These stomach noisesmake you wish you could sink through I the floor. You imagine everyone I hears them. Keep a box of CAS I CARETS in your pnrse or pocket and take a part of one after eating. I It will relieve the stomach of gas. m CASCARETS 10c a bo for a week" I treatment. AlldniRvlsts. H.i.'i.''"' Tiler I io the world- million boxes a month. An Unnecessary System. I "You ought to have a hiii'Klar alarm I system in your house," said the-elec- trlcal supply agent, "bo that you will I be awakened If a burglar raises one I of the windows or opens a door at It night. " W "No buiRlar can get in here while I we are peacefully sleeping, " replied I Mr. Newpop. "We are weaning our I baity." I RAW ECZEMA ON HANDS I "I bad eczema on my hands for ten I years. I had three good doctors but I none of them did any good. I then I used one box of Cuticura Ointment I and three bottles of Cuticura Resolvent and was completely cured. My hands I were...

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. — 13 August 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, Aug. 13, 1010. B Peach Day, Kept. 7. H Born Aug. 8th to the wifp HH of Henry Tnbbs of Riverside, n H fine son. jH Miss Echo Capener is visiting B relatives anl friends in Halt H Lake Ofty, H Olive Anderson, piano in- H structor. Factory street, Gar- B land, Utah. m2H-tf Hi Mrs. Geo. I). Robinson left H yesterday to visit relatives in M Salt Lake City. H For Sale Wealthy apples and H good peaches. Apply to Osear T Harris, Garland, Utah. It " Mrs. R. Gustav Korth return- gJ -I Sunday from a visit with H relatives in Holhrook, Idaho. fl Lost or Stolen.'! brown horses H und 1 light bay. Finder please notify this office and bereward- H ed. H The Misses Amelia and Vera M Carter of Brigham City are the M guests of their sister, Mrs. M Jennie Wallis. M Mrs. M. I). Evans and ehild- B ren returned Sunday evening H from a pleasant visit with rela- M Uves in Provo. H Miss Elizabeth Ipsen of Ogden, B sister of Mrs. P. A. Nordquist H returned home Monday after a 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. — 20 August 1910

I l)e atlaw& C&lote I I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET B Vol. 5. No. 28. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 20, 1010 A Chapter of L Accidents and Opeations. Mortensen Injured in a Fall. .1. A. Mortensen of this city, who is an employe of Wyatt Bros, of Tremonton, sustained severe injuries in l fall at Tremonton Tuesday evening that rendered him unconscious ' for about three hours. He at- $ tempted to mount a horse to $ go to the slaughter yard and stood on a wagon tongue at the time. He must have made a raiscalcuation in the leap as the force of the jump threw him over the horse and he landed on the hard , ground on his head. He is a heavy-weight and the force of I the fall rendered him unconso- I ious besides cutting a hole in ) the memberane of the skull. V He was brought to this city and w Dr. Fraucke summoned who has been caring for his injuries. I At last reports he was resting easy and everything points to a B speedy recovefy. 1 Breaks an Arm. . Mi...

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. — 20 August 1910

I The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom. MltOT & Manager H GARLAND UTAH HHjl - aae HJ ' -- i. -... UTAH STATE NEWS H Nolan McHan, a Salt Uikc City m dairyman, was fined $40 fur Hue. H adulterated mill, by Judge .1. J. Whit H aker police court Wednesday morning H Peter Dcluney, a telegraph operator H of Salt Iake, shot Chief Opeaior Mo B Cardley of tho Western Union office M at Detroit, Thursday, according to a M dispatch received In Salt LftJkO, M That there are 2,000 Idle men In Salt l.ake Is the assertion of Captain fen M. M. Woods of the Salt I .;.!. Char H Ity association, who has just returned H to Salt Lake from his vacation. B Delegates from Utah, Idaho and No fl vada aro In Salt lake In uttendancc H at the convention of Ragles which was M called to order at the F. O. E. head M Quarters, Friday. B The Jurors called to Investigate H the killing of seventeen men at the M tunnel of the Union-Portland Cement H company at Devil's Slide, exonerated H the company from all blame. m It ...

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. — 20 August 1910

i You Mast Be Satisfied Th l"1'1"' mistake we could make MF would he to mil even our smallest cut- JH tomer something thit he or she. would 'jK retret having bought. fl Our silverware, gold and Jewels Inspire '0S a eloper relatlodohly between customer Iff and store. This ha been our policy W ,nce thf d" of our tstabllshment 1882. JR Correspondeuc Invited. Ii Before sending your boy away 1 J to a boarding school, investigate pW ALL HALLOWS T COLLEGE ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Catalogue nt Pre on Application Nov. J. J. Oulnan, Prooidont JSTMLP IMIMl POSITIVE ana PER M BdfYhT4l Drunkenness and i BHiyyMj Opium Discaser. ' TW il no publicitr. no licllMM. l.,Ji Iriltld p.i.n.ly u is tktlr own . THF. M EI.F.Y IN STITUTt, 314 W. S.l Tn.pl. Strut. S.lt Uli. Gt.. 5r KODAK FIN SHING SEND YOUR WORK TO tlllDI CDC COMMf HClai 151 MAIN ST. onirLcno phoicgrsphebs saitiBaCit, MM MTFK MK.N AND WOMKN to Learu II All I t-U Barbi rTradeln Klght Wei "" " ' Tuition, with net oftooln. tV. With partial ret of tool...

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. — 20 August 1910

m The Garland Globe 9 INDEPENDENT. HH ' . VVivom, . Editor nml Miii'i H Telephone No 52 HJPB tMMH r UMCMllTtOJil PH One your (In iiilvuncc) 1150 HflHJ Six nii.nl Iih .7." JH Tiiri'c mnntbi 50 PB Ai'.ii ! I iiiu- rata In rn ivln ( nti up HHJ pliciit.iiin. BHJ Enteral an Mcond-r.nHH matter Kcliruury 17, H 1909. at the poat ofllr.i- M Oarlaml, Uu.i. umlnr- BH tha Act of t iinifp r . of Marrli .'I. UNI, JH Subscriber who full to ncrlvi: tholl JH papcrH regularly, plMM notify tbbollleo, H Saturday, Aug. 20, 11)10. J SCISSORED (from the Coalville Times.) M Never go in depl lor n luxury y -; r an unneeeessi.ry article of H any description. B9 J! Why in it, n careless seven-1 H year-old kid can drop a hurned H match in an alley and burn up 1 .- all the barns in a Mock, while m an able-bodied man has to use M up a whole box of matches to H ir't a wood lire started in a H heater that has draft enough to draw all the furniture up the H stove pipe? I The story is told that a eer H tain woman wa...

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. — 20 August 1910

HI m Globe's Big Subscription Offers! I Rhaic Anything Ever Offered by Any Newspaper in the 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 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 snbscribers. Terms: Strictly cash in advance. I S s '8w Offer No I I tfLfif SmJWW These Three National IWiaga- I "" J:iX IjiT ' RP8E y zines and The Garland Globe "B X-'iBHHBBF.. PPOrUm a8aZme Total $B0 M All four for Am Wl r lv I . pl.-iisiiic in Ihj.iiu before our renders what is iiiiliiltilly the greatest subscription offer rvrr made flH by any newspaper. In the United stales there are published about 250 magazines. Wo have examined n , HH everj one i these magazines from everj point .i lew, taking into a...

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. — 20 August 1910

BBBsr HBB a aa a . ay, BbbIbBbbBI rmtefr I "T -yT lK V"B Essa E""ssl W tasssssfcaT AaalssssisFlsvial MmWBm I i - Eg I POLITICIAN OWES MILLIONS KH I (Z; I I (,,'- James M. Ouffoy, oil magnato and national Hfl l Democratic committeeman for Pennsylvania. HH v 00yyys whoso affairs were recently placed In the hands of HH lgygbLr ii receiver because It wan Hiild that he owed a Ha - if vil' H'"n wn'cn '"' had not the ready money to BBjB 42n rif&f!. liquidate, will pay off hlH Indebtedness In full and IBB (fjgBM P Yl ""'" ''"" have ''""' $8,000,000 balance left, ac I , yam J'7jt fj OOrdtai to John S. Wlllard, receiver for tho poll- sal uf' JjL Ito IJ ii. in. Schedules of the colonel's finances show BssVJ K iPffl ",at nls a8set8 arp something more than $15,000,- B Wfflfa4 I - wn,,e I'abllitles amount to aboul $7,000,000. HI MkuktT fj The receiver for Colonel Guffey's properties was rimSL Wfttfj- l appointed by Judge Joseph M. Swearlngen, of Nk 'tW $&r Evxvx- ,,,,,sl""K- "I1"" a hill ...

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. — 20 August 1910

' OWES HER I LIFE TO Lydte E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Chicago 111. ! was troubled with l,. ,m "lf m'"1 '"'litiimiati.iii. and the doc fl B f i; jflW 1 tors said I could not 9 B r '( tjummr l p1'1 Wt'" unless I Mi 'WBKSidv1 n ' new ' could not "w5 Itail tli" strain of aP Bone, so i wrote to TWly. '& tP you sometimo apo h?L ' , about my heal t h fm "- iv; and you told trio l!'Pv Jf-S" wll!lt to do. After WtfTtrU&Mlfr Hnkhain's Vegeta- 7 tWI I ' ble Compound and ' lllVlWl I Blood Purifier I am to-daya well woman." Mrs. William IAhkens, 088 W. 21st St., Chicago, 111. Lydia E. Pin.kham'8 Vegetable Com pound, made from native roots and herbs, contains no narcotics or harm ful drugs, and to-day holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any similar medi cine In the country, and thousands of voluntary testimonials are on ille in the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn, , Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints,...

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. — 20 August 1910

I N HH The Garland Globe. EK Saturday, Aug. 20, 1910. Hm See the ad of the University B of I "t;ili on page 4. ff Olive Anderson, piano in- Hflj struotor. factory street, Gar- 9 land, Utah. m28-tf l Mr. Johnson, deputy state B pure food Inspector, was in H Garland Tuesday. H For Sale Wealthy apples and B good peaches. Apply to Oscar H Harris, Garland, Utah. 2t BH Miss Roxey Hudson went to W Salt Lake Wednesday to visit BL relatives and friends for ;i few mM H Miss Nettie Knudson of Brig- H bam spent Sunday last in Gar- Mt land tin- guest of Miss Alice H Munns. m Mrs B. A. Bush and daughter V Miss Leah Bush of Salt Lake, a are visiting relatives and friends H in this city. Br V Rest. Mgr. Mosiah Evans, ac- H liompanied by his wife and son H Earl, spent the fore part of this B week in the state capital. B Mrs. Mabel Sutton of Chicago, B who spent a few days here B guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Win. B L. Rich, returned home Tues- H Wanted 1st class cook for W family service at the Garland ...

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. — 27 August 1910

BBBBS I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET flH Vol. 5. No. 29. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 27, 1910 J A High School For Garland. A well attended mass meet ing of the citizens of Garland was held at the Garland hall last Sunday afternoon. The pur pose of the meeting was to dis cuss the advisibility of a High school for this city. Bishop A. R. Capener called the meeting to order and Mosiah Kvans was chosen as chairman and M. 1). Evans as secretary. Remarks in favor of the proposition were made by Principal W. M. Lillywhite, W. L. Grover, A. R. Capener, Bnr dett Smith, J. F. Owens ami Lucy A. Clark. Tin' subject of their remarks was the necessity of a High school for this city. A committee e o u i s ti ug of the following was named to take the matter up with the County Hoard of Education: A. R. Capener, James L. Nihart, W. L. Grover, John T. Lant and W. M. Lillywhite. The movement is a worthy one and we sincerely hope that a High School will be given to Gurland,...

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. — 27 August 1910

H The Garland Globe fBB J. A. Wlxom, Edltoi & Manager. HK GARLAND UTAH aH l .. . .. .. .. ' j UTAH STATE NEWS LH Thursday, Hept. IB, has been select H ed as the date for the fruit festival HB for Frovo for thlH fall. H The city council of Provo passed ar jH ordinance Wednesday authorizing the HH Mile of $90,000 worth of waterworkt H bonda to E. H. Rollins & Son. H Firemen's championship hose race! B will be run at Sandy, Thursday, Auk H J i Many of the best teams of th " atate have entered. Clinton, In Davis county, is noted Lp for its watermelons, some of which M weigh over fifty pounds. H Monroe has Installed public baths H it the Monroe hot springs. The pool H 18 90x45 feet made of rock and cement H A hoy and a lighted candle Is said H to be responsible for the Tooele eon- H flagratlon. H The monthly rejHirt of the supertn H tendent of the state mental hotptta H at Frovo shows that 193 men and LSI H woiih'ii were in the institution July 1 M H Utah 'a state land board will...

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. — 27 August 1910

BrowtyIug. Oft IVlJLDAIcE ' ffi J3r MERCDITI1 NlCno0t 1 1: JfH ! WYfHCHr 1908 fir TUT KX&iMimiiL coMHAr ' Sgtz. 3 8YNOP8I8. Thomas Ardmore. bored millionaire, and Henry Maine Grlnwold, professor In the University of Virginia, take trains out of Atlanta. (Jrlswnld to his college. Ardmore In pursuit of a girl who had winked at him Mistaken for Gov. Os- J'j borne of 8outh Carolina, Orlswold's life J la threatened. He goes to Columbia t warn the governor and meets Barbara Oaborne. He remains to assist her In the absence of her father. Ardmore lenrns that his winking lady Is the daughter of Gov. Dangerlleld of North Carolina. He follows her to Raleigh, and on the way Is iven a brown Jug at Klldare. CHAPTER III. Continued. "Thank you, my lad. While I re gret missing your worthy father, yet I beg to present my compliments to your kind and thoughtful mother." He had transferred his money to his dressing-gown pocket on leaving hi berth, and he now tossed a silver dol lar to the boy, who ...

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. — 27 August 1910

H The Garland Globe M& INDFI'KNDKNT. fi i a. Wivom, . Bditor Had Mngr. B Telephone No 52 H raHn i irtwcRtPTion: Bk Dm ,i mini ndvHtici') HBO H -lx in' ni hi . . ,, ... fl I'liri'c iiiiuiili ''' H Atlverlblng ml rurnfotad Mi up H pljcntl H EnlTfl M wci.imIi.Iii I I If l-Vtirunry 17, HH ::"!. 1. 1 l.lir ijohI At m (iiirlnnrt. Ululi. in. It J th Act of Cowrr'Fx of M..n li I, 1OT9. PJBJ Hubarriboni vlm fall In nscolv tlicli PH pnpon regurarlj , please notify Ujboflli c Bfttarday, Aug. "J7. IWO. fl No doubl the Pored flrei in H Idaho and Montana are rwpoii- . lible for - v"'' gotogto the H Another eahimity to record is 1 the disastrous forest tires of m Idaho mid Montana. A number M of towns have been wiped oft' M the inn i, B8 we reported dead mi M !!'.' missing. The atmosphere M here is tilled with mist and B smoke which indicates that the M tires must he IiukIi OOnfllUjrrn LVJ jbt m fl A worthy movement 18 on M loot to secure a High Bohool for Uiiilnnd. That's what we B need and n...

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. — 27 August 1910

t r m T HE GARLAND GLOBE SUPPLEMEN T. I Vol. 5 Garland, Utah, August 27th, 1910. No. 29. H Errors & Goose Eggs. i " i We often wonder if the mis spelled words, grammatical 4 errors and ill-use and proper use H. j of capital letters in communica tions, newspapers, books, etc., are noticed by even one-third H". of the people. The following - communication addressed t o one of our prominent business g men is a sample of this kind. Notice the use of small letters pp in place of caps, the many mis- IJ or spelled words and the rank i. grammatical expressions that . jr. appear therein : IZ Mr. o Garland, Utah. y ' I)ear Sir: Y You no daught wil think it t. strrange to receive A letter from t me. though it is a business ,1 d proposission with me That i am i A- doing this against my will, we have been tollerated to -Death I I with the R. M. Bell Telephone (people, for a toll bill that From what i underrstand, Miss your daughter made the Call some time ago, and the iA amount of the toll a...

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. — 27 August 1910

H The Garland Globe B INDF.I'KNDKNT. H i . a. Wivim, . BdHor nnd Mogr, I Telephone No 52 Bb nun hi -i nw Rtpno OH Dm c ii (.in nflvmici') H 60 Rj sti in' -i t ... H I'lircc iiiiini lis 0 HI At i I-iit - Wit fiioiMinl in np HS pUcittlon. B H ttlM4 M hoccmi'I -i-ln mullrr MMU) 17, HJ U"9. at the pot AM .ii fiinlHiiil. I'lali. in I'T HJ th Art r C,nr-fB of M.in Ii .1. 179. HJ Siili,. tilicrs who fall l receive their B papen mgultrlj , please uotlfjr this ofllo ! Saturday, Anjr. 27, 1010. iH H No doubt the roresl Hre m , - liinho and Montana are respon siblt- for "hems" going to the H county Hont. Another calamity to record is H the disastrous Forest tires of H Idaho Mini Montana. A number H of towns have been wiped oft' H the napt 92 are reported dead i H missing. The atmosphere H here is tilled with mist and H smoke which indicates thai the H tires must lie hutfh COnflegTfl- HVaa H J ar jbf M A worthy movement i- on 1 lout to secure n llili School H for Garland. That's what we H need ...

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