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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 October 1910

I HER I PHYSICIAN I APPROVES I taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound , Fabattus, Maine. "You told mo to ittake Lydia K. J'inkhanra Vegetable jj C o in p o u n d and j3lu Livi i Pills before JJPjjffijjrl child-birth, and am B(B arc nil surprised to W H see how mttcli a I ,wnH &W 't did. My pliysi iljiW i clan said ' without . I doubt it was the X " Compound that JSAj- Ji e 1 p e d you.' fffl vSR "i:"1' '"" f"r ?'""r vv kindness in advlsina VI AV me and give you full I r aU permission to use rny name in your testimonials." Mrs. H. W. Mitchell, ox 3, Sabattus, Me. Another Woniun Helped. Graniteville, 't "I was passing throughtheChangeof Life andsuffered Irom nervousness and other annoying symptoms. Lydia E. Tinkham's Vego tableCompoundrestoredmy health and strength, and proved worth mountains of gold to me. For the sake of other Buffering women I am willing you should publish my letter." Mrs. Charms BABCLAT, R.F.JL)., Granite ville, Vt. Women who are passing through this cri...

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. — 15 October 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, Oct, 15, 1910. H Bouse and lot in Garland for M tale. 1,750. Apply to C. J. K Campbell, olO-tf Jp J. A. Mortensen lias accept Hb cd a position jit the .1. F. Owens HB meat market. Bg Mrs. Peter Jensen was a I Brigham visitor the fore pari Bfl of this week. H For Sale F i ri e extracted H bonay at 7',,' per pound in 5 H gallon cans. 0. Steffenson, El- H wood, Utah. ol-fl H Mrs. Maria K. Anderson l RH Brigham is the guesl ol her children Mr. and Mrs. Cephus W Anderson and Mr and Mis L. j Johnson. H It's worth $8.00 to you to read H our advertisement in this issue H (pag" live), so don't overlook H it. Jensen Bros. lit H Sylvester Keller and wife, H Tarvold Keller and wife and M Win. Keller of Mink Creek, H were guests !' Mr. and Mis. H Joseph Jensen Monday. H (let a Majestic Souvenir Set H of Ware at Jensen Bros' store H during demonstration week, H Oct. 24th to 20th, 1910, 31 H Mr. Cowan of Portland, H Oregon, representing the Ad- H vanee Thresher Co....

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. — 22 October 1910

She (Smrlani) tote I . H C y g RS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 5. No. 37. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 22, 1910 ROUSING epublican , aTLl y Congressman Howell, C M. Morris and a Number off Republi can Canidates for County Positions De livered Spirited Ad dresses to the Vot ers of Garland. Hon. Joseph Howell, C. M. Morris Reed Smoot's private secretary, and H. S. Larseti and Wm. J. Lowe of Brighnni, QOtne to Garland Wednesday morning to he present at the hi? Republican rally at the hall in the evening. These gentlemen were entertained during the day hy Precinct Chairman Mosiah Evaus, who arranged for them an auto trip to the Rear River Power Plant, a visit to a number of the prominent orchards of this vi cinity and later a visit to the Garland sugar factory. In the evening the hall was packed with citizens (many women being present) who listened with great interest to the spirited addresses made. Precinct Chairman Mosiah " W Evans in his usual good old sty...

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. — 22 October 1910

H The Garland Globe K J. A. VVlxom, BditOT & Manager. H GARLAND UTAH HKfl P - ! - i I UTAH STATE NEWS H A cheese factor) is soon to be M KM tablishi'd at Monroe. BH War has been declared on the hob bic skirt by the teacbera In the salt M Lake High School. H ' Lightning struck the barn of N. C. KM Olsen, living near Ogden, a valuable H horse being killed. H Wlllard Hone has been chosen as Btate Insurance commissioner, to sue M ceed the late Colonel Squires, mi While he whs attempting to make tT away with a valuable mare which had been stolen. Clyde Peterson, aged 21, As d i jH The fanners of Monroe are digging M their I ta and loading them at Klsl H Dora to be shipped to tbe factory at H Labi, The yield Is a trifle below the HI average, H As the result, of the gasoline tank M of his automobile exploding, Harold B LalOUOt, of Logan, was thrown forty H feet ill the air. but escaped with a few HH H Several prominent educators of the H state were in attendance upon the H Banpeta coun...

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. — 22 October 1910

I THE HOLIDAYS Ate near enough (o sujjgeit the selection of elegant and apptoptiate gifts. Out jewelry line wai nevet mote vatied, extensive ot complete, and out pticet nevet lowet than thii season. alt immRcMH To spend a few weeks or a few months during the fall or winter months in " CALIFORNIA IS A TREAT The Salt Lake Route U the direct line to the Pacific Coast, alio to Goldneld and Tonopah. Three Daily Trains. Electric Lighted. Observation Cars. S For rates and full infotmation see your local agent or address J. H. Manderheld. A. G. P. A.. 169 Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah fiiteM-1 WiirgirTniTrr i i rrr !ffl fviiK manent c,jre for Bivfenra3 Dnkenness and flflgWi WbH Opium Disease . Thar ii d iiubii.llr. " Mckas. Laiits trMtsd rlv.tJr l tksu U.m THE MELEY IN itlTUTE, J4 W. S.ulk Tpl Strt.1. S.H Uk. City. kt KODAK FINISHING SEND YOUR WORK TO UIPI rOC COMMERCIAL 151 MAIN ST. jnirLCIlJ PHOIOGRAPHERS Salt Lake City RUBBER STAMPS iiuuui.ii ummiu ohbokb. Kte. mn line Hulibsr Type O...

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. — 22 October 1910

I f Bricjham's Big Store H I MBMHBBHMHBnHB manmHmWmmmmmW H Announces that it is now fully prepared to fit yon out for cold B weather from heed to foot. I Wool Dress Goods " '" " ;; 'il-'"1- H auce in oil the new B est febrioe and all wanted colors. Onr dresi goods were de ll layed in transient this season, owing to this feci we have pric- ed then way below the usual prices. We have the largest H stocks in the comity and the best prices in the state. B OUa T-allr We carry "Ute ft Dunn" ami "Soci- I 3nue dliylv Brand" for la. lie-, "Crawford" & H b'Stin Brand" for men's drees wear, and several of the besl H makes of work and limiting shoes to he bad in the country. . .Inst received a big shipment of "Iron Shod" shoes for Misses h and children in all leathers, button 01 lace, we reccomend these M for the children as we have sold these for severe! seasons and H know absolutely that they are the molt dependable shoes on H the market for children and big girls. H We are showing the ne...

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. — 22 October 1910

COAL Bear River COALi I Coal Company I eOALrTIME I ' Rock Springs Castle Gate I Clear Creek Hiawatha LUMP OR NUT CARLOAD LOTS OR RETAIL H Tnemonton, - - Utah. HI G X WOODWARD J M CAGGIE H h A JESTIC DEMONSTRATION I 3 ( . WEEK October 24th to 29th. ONE WEEK I SOURVENIR SET OE MAJESTIC WARE EREE, Valued at $3.00. bfflWj 11 ggfj H mmammmmmmmmaMmummMmmammMmmammaBmmmmmmmmmmm If you will call M jj i,k m .ySBSBb-T-JSV MAJESTIC NEVER-BIRN COOKER. STKAMER, CULLENDER AND DRAINER The Perforated Cooker, 1 Htltl USI'flll SollYi'Ilil' S't of H uliulUlllHll hJ ' "-MfetKifcBr BMBfBaaBBilL I ihown in enter, Ihih small feel which admit water al the bottom. Nothing i an burn Fooil i an be lifted out I i 1 11 , . . , , H MuHMUUMIff .-"" TpyTvrBffM of main vessel (shown on left), at the some tinio draining off oil the watei the Steamer or Cullender shown oa II VY are 1 1 Hist I'll It'll 111 till- ailVt'l1- H MHElll ::: -S f ' ' ' ' ' ArB ( M right con be ueil as an ordinary Cullender. It iLw Hi ou top o...

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. — 22 October 1910

Rig CHEERFUL WORD FOR 8UFFER INQ WOMEN. HH No woman can be healthy with nick Hal kidneys. They are often tho true am cause of bearing-down pains, head- K t&k. aches, dizziness, aLaasi aaaNB nervousness, etc. H jf' Keep tho lildm yn lfl ,'tl well and health Is atVt 4a3aPl? 31 GHslly maintained. aaaK t3WI. Jy Donn's Kidney Ml jvV -k I'IIIh make strong, IH m- Ti healthy, kidneys. aLH h fiiSflr Mrs. Joseph aaaH aA'PV- J Oross, Church St., H I VlVT' A. Morrllton, A r k., jH I j '(V iw. nays: "My ankles Hh i '.' wv wore swollen a. id ssaB I a XL Ji niy bark was so B f HHafcuL painful I could not LllV Vij straighten. I was WH 1g " treated by six doe tors without relief. Hlnce using Doan's k Kidney rills, I have nothing to com- H Heiueinlier the name Doan's. H For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a I box. Foster-.Milburn. Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. una itj f&Ra rp7it WL TJI ASN 1ft AT 7 CAN'T H D7ftJ 1 ' HIS HANDS CRACKED OPEN H "I am a man soventy years old. My H hands wero very sore and cru...

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. — 22 October 1910

I RHEUMATISM I MUNYON'S RHEUMATISM CURE The Army of r Constipation R b Growing Smaller F.vrrT Day. 1. CARTF.K'S LITTLE JfZjfea WA LIVER PILLS ,re joTTs. only give relief PH TOMmS they I .rmmirnlly JM WKI CflJ fc cure (omlii-Q Mr VVlTTLC B liou um T( I PILLS JF ihero (or p Sa H ! Bilioui - w' .ea " i K si, ludiititiea. Sick Headache, Sallow Skia, I SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRIC1 ' Genuine mmii-.r Signature I yf r t '" '' ' ' - MMm &&&&. yv r i Childlike Ignorance. Laura Jean Llfcbey, discussing in Brooklyn her successful appearance ' on the stage, said: "I talk in my monologue about love, marriage and the other interests of the heart. On these subjects women, especially young women, are strangely ignorant. "They really make me think, you i know, of the little girl who was asked Tjj( by her teacher: 4 " 'What can you tell us about Solo mon?' " 'Solomon.' replied the little girl, 'was very fond of animals ' ' 'And how, my dear,' said the teach er, 'do you make that...

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. — 22 October 1910

n The Garland Globe. H Saturday, Oct. 22, 1910. H Bob Evans was a passenger MB to Ogden ami Salt Lake Thurs- Nk day. H HoilM and lot in Garland for M Halo. $1,750. Apply to 0. J. H Campbell. olO-tf w II. Boyd, the coal man, made H n flying trip to the State capital H last Saturday. H Mosinh Kvans and E. V. H Schneider were passengers to H to the state capital Monday. Hfl For Sale Fine extracted HH honay at 7c per pound in 8 WJ gallon cans. ('. Steffenson, El- ' wood, Dtah. ol-ft H Mrs. Simeon Carter of Brig- 1 ham, mother of Mrs. Jennie M Wallis, ipent a few days of this H week in our city. B It's worth $8.00 to you to read B our advertisement in this issue M (pag'1 five), so don't overlook H it. Jensen Bros. .'it K Editor V. S. Peete of the H Utah Independent, Salt Lake, B gave the Globe office a plcas- H ant call Thursday while in H town on business. Get a Majestic Souvenir Set M of Ware at Jensen Bros' store H during demonstration week, H Oct. 24th to 20th. 1910. 3t H M. H. Fehne...

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. — 29 October 1910

aaVI COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 6. No. 38. Published of borland, Utoh. Saturday, Oct. 29, 1910 Grand Annual & . Prize Awarding Ball. ! Ladies' S e I ff-Culture Club Gives Another o ff Its Successful Socials. J .: T li 6 grand annual prize awarding ball given by the Ladie' Self-Culture Club at the Harland Amusement hall Wednesday evening tt" this "week, wa well attended and Was indeed a very pleasant af fair. Tie hall srai tastefully decorated in C!lub colors pink nd white. Oarland's fninnn ereheatrs fnrnished exeellent r "music and the evening was It most pteasautly spout in trip- I yiing the lierht fantastic. 1 The awarding of the prizes K offered by the Club for the best-' B "kept general surroundings of; the home, proved to be a plea- j -satrt feature of the evening's j S entertainment. The judges ap- j rpointed by the Club to make' I the awards were Mrs. Maggie j Wixom, Mrs. Mary Austin, Mrs. 'Ethel f j e w i s, George W. Austin and J. W. Lewis. K Jos...

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. — 29 October 1910

I RHEUMATISM LbbR R Bin .iLi av H I want errr chronic rho nmatlc to throw B war all millrlnrii, all llnlmenti, all H fcliitera, pii.I elre MUNVONH RIIKUMA- H Yihm ur.M i,. I T a trial. No matter whit H your doctor may but. no matter what H ionr friends ma any, oo matter hnw 1 rejndlred on may bo against all arirer- H lined remeclli s, at "' ' J""r llr"J- 1 Slat and cet a bolt I, of the lUIEUMA- WM T ism lil' i-T'V. If It falta to tire antla- 1 faellon,! will refund your moniy. Munjon Remember thli remedy contain no aal- ' try-lie acid, oo opium cocaine, morphine or other harmful drnga. It la pot tip under liaWaw th vnarnutve of tho Turo Food and Drug aflaaL ' B For aalo bj all drngglate. Price, USc I Do it How H Tomorrow A. M. too late. Take H CASCARET at bed time; get H up in the morning feeling fine and H dandy. Np . heed for sickness M from over-eating and drink' H ing. They turely work while you H sleep and help nature help you. H Millions lake them and keep well. H CARCARTtTS i...

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. — 29 October 1910

. -- BPBQHHMBasVafaVaYafaVaV CATARRH OF the KIDNEYS mKF'- Han. Mrs. Maria GrOQfolL Mavor Minn Writes the following- " Minn., 4 m!lii!nurA,nforin yn thnt I recovered mhj.ntt.T nml fl rortl B tmng." Make the Liver Do its Duty ' Nina tine in tea when the liver ! riant the totnach and bowela are right. CARTERS LITTLE iKW. liver pills Ortv (fltntl jr but firmly con.fflBLk I Cure Con-BW WlTTLE Ition, f sBBBsS Haad.rhe. and Distress after Ratine;. Sssall Pill. Small Dm, Small Prise Genuine onutbeu Signature The par excellence of all razors KNOWN THE WORLD OVER Was Getting Monotonous. A handsome woman who had bM so unfortunate hh to find occasion to divorce not one but several husbands was returning from Nevada. In Chi cago she happens to meet her first husband, for whom, by the way, she always has entertained a real affec tion. "Upon my soul. If it isn't Charlie!" exclaimed the ex-v.ifc, cordially shak ing hands with the gentleman whose name she formerly had borne. "I'm awfully glad to see...

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. — 29 October 1910

bb ii B The Garland Globe H INOKI'KNhKNT H I.A.Wixdm Krtln.r uil MiiRr. B Telephone No 52 H TKIIMM "K .raMMJKirTWN: MB One yviir (In iiflvHiK'') ! W BtB Hd in., i, tii- w Bj fllCM-IUl'lUll- '" fl AtfvvrtMna mt fwmfcNd P BH 9J Rntprral aa iwcimd-elaa. mat tor Fobruary It, Wm ItOt. at the pout office at Garland. Utah. unrtor HJ ho Act of Cont-P'tn of March 3. 1.7. H HuliMTiln-r- li full Mi rrcrlve tin ii E (Mpor rcifiil'irlv . iIpam rtirllfy lhl office I Saturday, Oct. 29, 1910. w Current Topics. H (From Youth's Companion.) H When a ObinOM il puzzled, B he scratches his foot instead of hiH heid. That seems a strange m thing to do, hut, after all, one H operation is quite as likely to H bo helpful as the other. BBBJ M These are hard times for trees H of all sorts. An obscure and H destructive disease now threat H ens the ehestnuts wild extinc- B tiou. (fortunately the peanut H is still sale since it does not H IfTOW on 1 H Commander Peary's famous fl diip, the Itooaevclt, sceniH as fl ...

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. — 29 October 1910

Coun Commissioners. The ijoard of eoutttsr com missioners mr in regular ses aiou Monday, Oct 17th, 1910, at 10 a, m. All meinbers were present. Carl Isaacson submitted the following report of the Box Elder County Display at the state fair: First prize consist ing of silver loving eup for the largest and most attractive dis play of fruit. First prize and $25.00 for best display of fruit. Six first prizes for plate ex hibits. One second prize mxl three third prizes. - DIKBUKNMKNTN. Fruit bought $l(i.9.r) Railroad fare 4.;0 Freight 20.12 Drayage ;.50 Express and delivering 20.75 Sign painting 4.00 Personal expenses not otherwise provided 22.00 Paid for entries . '.00 Total $97.02 RECEIPTS. Fruit sold $27.45 Prize money M.OO : Refund on frieght 20.12 Total $85.57 Deficit 12.(Mi The deficit will be recovered ns the money lias been promis ed by individuals. - Upon motion said report was approved. I. EMward libbs appeared in behalf of the Malnd Valley Telephone I '., asking that franchise ...

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. — 29 October 1910

, '-' lil H The Garland Globe IKm J. A. Wixom. Kill tot A Manager. YJ PARI AND - UTAH, I UTAH STATE NEWS The president has signed proclnma lions adding 17,806 acres to the Uintah oa'lonal forest, Utah, and 2,540 acres 'c, mo AHhl(y national forost.' ' Fully 5,000 colonists seeking homes throughout the west have passed through Ogden In the past two weeks Via the llarriman roans alone. For (he purpose of raising funds for the purchase of a home for the Sail Lake Free Kindergarten association. ft benefit vaudeville entertainment is to be given. p. Boldly entering a sheep corral ! M longing to C. A. Call on the sand ridg BBS south of Ogden, at night; a thief stole BBpfl a fat lamb, which he butchered on tie BBB spot and carried away. BBBJ James Taylor, one of BprlngrlUe'i BBS oldest citizens, died October IS, of gen BBS eral debility, and old ! He til BBS born in He.pher, England, and was 84 BBS years old his last birthday. BJBB Fred B, Arbogast, an electrician BBS who fell through a gl...

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. — 29 October 1910

! If A Logical Landlord. Manv a ttnant will sympathize with J H the man this story, from the I'hlla 19 delphla Recor.l. He was renting a K email house which the landlord had If refused to repair. One day the owner li came to see him. I "Jones," he said, "I shall have to H raise your rent." . I "What for?" asked Jones, anxiously. Iff ''Have taxes gone up?" K "No," the landlord arswered. "but I see you've painted the house and put In a new range and bathtub. That, of B course, makes It worth more rent." I $100 Reward, $100. I k7?,?h;rtur!.0Lth.l p,n?r 55 If "1""n1 '" last there " ? n"e lrf'',l dtaeaas that -in, o E ?n '" to nir,! ln " lu 'Uses, ma thai ii Catarrh lull's Catarrh Cure to the onlr pnunvo cure now known to the medical fraternity, Fatal rh beinf a constitutional disease, requires a constittt- tlonal treat nont. Hall's CaUrrh Cure to taken in . ternalljr. acting- dlreetly upon the blond and muco'is I A A, Jiirfaeei ol the system, thereby destroying tns L f kfl foundation of...

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. — 29 October 1910

The Garland Globe , Saturday, Oct. 29, 1910. Next Monday is Hallowe'en. Geo. T. Rogeit WaB on the sick list the fore part of thin week. House and lot in Garland for sale. $1,750. Apply to 0. J. Campbell. olO-tf Mrs. Wm. Preston returned Wednesday from a visit to Wes ton, Idaho. Sheriff Joseph Josephson of Krigham was in Garland on business Tuesday Hen and Leo Clayton of Stone, Idaho, wero in town on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Showell of Stone, Idaho, were in town on business Wednesday. .lack '() Lanterns are as num erous at night in Garland as lightning bugs in Florida. County Commissioner M. J. Richards of Riverside was transacting business in Garland Monday. For Sale F i n e extracted honay at 7,e per pound in 5 gallon cans. C. Steffenson, El- wood, Utah. o)-ft I Mr. and Mrs. Thos Wise and I children drove over to the cap- I ital of Cache county Monday, I returning in the evening. I Otte Koford and Miss May I Preston o f Weston, Idaho, I spent Sunday and Monday with I Wi...

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. — 5 November 1910

ggggggggaaaaa I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET M Vol. 5. No. 39. Published at liorlond, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 5, 1910 f 1 1 Republican Column. Rdllerl iv i Me ci rill !.! : c m NOTICE. Salt Lake City, Utah, October 25, 1910. To the Presidents 01 Stakes and B sh ops ol W ids: Deiu Brethren rtie t' o loc i nation a' patties bating mart i t c tcnperauce question a poetical lanne, v,e deem it advisable to nno. 'in- that .j de Bieca c ti a use oi tbo i eetlnge of the 8 ints, whether priesthood quorum! a ill i o.g-'nizations, or gaueraj . n.etiiig-', or the use of Church tab- einac'c oi other Iioiiros o uors'iip, for tie 'in lei ince of the aims, ldeis I Or puipofes of any po'itlcil p.i'y whether such is under the guise of1 tompti nc 'ueet ngs, piohibitlon l) cetlng , or anyfblrg o'se; und we counpe' tl e Presidents o'' Stakes and 15 s' ops of W' rds no' to permit such pioceertngs -is ;'re herein objected to We a'.tO protest against the use O. the n mat ol t' e First Presidenc...

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. — 5 November 1910

HfBl H H The Garland Globe HH .1. A. Wlxom, Editor & Manager. fl GARLAND UTAH gBagsasgal ' ' ii i - I TAN STATE NLWS H TTnlf n dozen cases of smallpox B which had previously been diagnosed H rr ehickenpox, have developed In tin H Bait Lake public schools. B Burglars cut a hole through the root H Of a Salt Lake residence, got into the H iltie where valuable furs were stored JH nd stole furs valued at $:t00. H The gathering of the apple crop in 4eH the Hear River valley la ncarlng the at. end, an average of five cars per day ISSHB being shipped out of the valley. H Tokugiro Inada, a Japanese track H man in the employ of the Utah Cop H per company, was run down and fl killed by an engine at Illngham. A jury has' been secured In tut H Vance murder trial at Salt Lake, and H the trial begins on Monday. Vance it H charged with the murder of his wife. John Olcen, a real estate operator H and wife, from Vernal, in crossing the H Duchesne below Handalcll, lost the H team and narrowly esca...

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