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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 28 July 1906

BBBBBBBBBBBrj "is' bYbV '' BBfl f H Yhc Garland Globe BBV v Published Every Saturday at BBBBBB H 1 GARLAND .... UTAH BBB Terms of Subscription: H ' Ono year (In advunco) $1 .CO BBB Six montliB 75 BBB fflirce months CO BBB Advertising rates furnished on nppll BBV H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I 1 FINAL APPEAL I TO Tl PEOPLE M The Emperor of Russia Has M I Decided to Dissolve the H Present Parliament. M I Imperial Ukaso Issued Dissolving th H Present Parliament and Providing H For the Convocation of Its H Successor March 5, 1907. H Rt. Petersburg. Russia's first ex- H jerlmenl In parliamentary govern H inont ciimo to nn Ignominious end Sat- H unlay night with Dip promulgation ol H two lmporlul ukases, tho first dlssolv H lng tho prcHcnt parliament und provld H lng for the convocation of Its huccchh. H r on Mnrch r, 1907, more than six H I months honcu, and tho second pro- H claiming tho cnplUtl of Russia und tho H surrounding province to bo In n state H of extraordinary security, w...

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. — 28 July 1906

JOHN HENRY I PLAYS PROGRESSIVE EUCUtfE. I By HUGH McllUGH I IGEORGB Y. H0BART V I & $-. -ffft 1 I 'oni: or tiiufi: ruo3HKasii: t:ri :nu: noiiTrf" I One night recently I want out with P Clara Jane to one of t.ne prjjres-1 I alvo cucliro fishta j I It was my flrat time 113 b-fjve t'.i-' , I Judge, and I felt as nervous a a n?w servant girl. Clara June Introduced me to the I bunch, anil I drew a tall laily who had lived In Chicago tor many years and B didn't know what to do nbout It. I saw that I was out to get humped If I didn't forget my fears and talk B fast, so I braced and began to cut H grass. B "Lovely weather we're having, ain't It?" I observed. "What's tho J trump?" BJ My partner was one of those old ? thlnr,s that never speak a line without throwing n con goo-goo with the eye. I wns next In a minute. H She was one of the kind that's anx-1 J ious to lead you away from your own tootsle wootslc. In tho hope that you may liiuo a spare bunch of sweet talk BJ you can hand her 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. — 28 July 1906

I Tim OARLAND globe. M m I, ii I. The Garland Globe HI Publlthed Every Saturday at I' GARLAND " UTAH, H Terms of Subscription: H Onoyonr (In advance) $1.50 H Six months 75 H. Tbreo months 50 HL Advertising rates furnlnhed on np- H plication. H Entorod an sccond-clasfl mattef H Fcbrunry 17, 100C, at the postofllce nt H Oarland, Utnh, under tho Act ot Con HJ gross of March 3, 1870. HJ J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager Iibbi . i JJJJ. ' REPORT MADE TO THE H Secretary of State of the State of Utah, OP THE CONDITION 01' I THE DANK OP OARLAND Hj Located at Garland, In tho County of !!ox H Elder, Stato of UUh, ot tho dote of business on HJ tho 7th day of Jul. 100C Hi Leans and Discounts .... tU 807.12 I Overdrafts 4 (US CO H Furniture and Fixture - 2,02.78 - Due from National Banks ... 1.KB.57 I Cash on Hand 2,089 CI H Current Expenses and Taxoa I'M - 1.108.C6 Total J7C.257.33 Hb, i UDii.iTirji: I Capital Block Ttld In - - (25,000 00 H Reimvorl for 1M0 Taxoa - - 400 00 H Undivided 1'rolH...

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. — 28 July 1906

UTAH STATE NEWS HJ Park City won tho only prize Tor flj Utah, 200, being third money, In tlio HJ Elks' parmle at Denver. HJ A windstorm In Park City lost week J blew down fences, broke windows and J twisted several roofs out of shape. J Work is to be resumed In tho oil J fields of the La Salle syndicate on tho. HJ aorth shoro or the Great Salt Lake. HJ Tho trouble between the employes J and tho Ogden street car company HJ tias been sottled, and thero will be no strike. Hf Emery county's assessable property for tho year 1900 Is $1,734,882, showing HJ an Increase over last year's of nearly 123,000. HJ J. P. Wilson, an employe of tho Daly flj West mill at Park City, waB painfully Injured by falling through from one door to another. HJ The old veterans who took an uctlvo part in tho Indian wars of Utah will hold their first annual reunion In Ephralm on August 1, 2 and 3. Frank Warren, un Italian laborer, fell underneath a moving train at Green IUver, both his legs being cut H off, death...

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. — 28 July 1906

I TERRIBLE TO RECALL Hi Uti Weeks in Bed with Intensely, Hi Painful Kidney Trouble. H i 1 Mrs. Mary Wagner, of 13G7 Kossuth H 'A.TO., Bridgeport, Conn., says: "I was 1 MO wonkenod and goncrally run down m with kldnoy dls- Lfl &&i&m cns0 nn' for n I SHl -0-"? '-no 1 could H B' "fc not do my work ' ' 1$ffrr.m weoltH In bed. H '$ rf Tlicro was ron 1 y$ 'J tJnual boarltiR H -3 jtvd'i If ,l0WI- I,illn ,cr Vjaifc rlb, IcknchoB. H SP-'' headaches and at H y&-$?''!: times dizzy spells '&"''','' when everything, H wiih n blur before me. The passages of tlio kidney M ncciotions wen Irregular and painful, fl nud tlicro wan consldcrnhlo sediment M mid odor. I don't know what I would H liuvo clone lii't fi.r Doan's Kidney I'llls. M I could sec an Improvement from tho H flrst box, and II vo boxes brotight a B final cure m Sold by all riontcra. C) cents a box. H Foslei-Mllliurn Co., lltilfalo, N. Y. H SOM12 BEDHOOM DON'TS. M Don't Ho In the same position nil M night If you can ...

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. — 28 July 1906

I A PRETTY MILKMAID H Thinks Pru-na Is a Wcndtrful H Medicine, I him, at X 3 MISS ANNIE HENDREN. ' - M1.?? ANNIE HENDKEN. Rocklyn, XTX Wash., writes: "I feel bettor thnn 1 liavo for over four years. I have tnken rsevernl bottles m of Peruna and oiiu bottle of Mnnnlln. H "I can now do all of iny woi k In tho M house, milk tho cows, take enre of tlio H milk, and so forth. think Peruna Is M most wonderful medicine. "1 believe I would, be in bed to-day B ar If I had not written to von for advice. A, I had tnken all kinds of medicine, but V ' none did mo nny good. H "Peruna lias made mo a well and B happy girl. 1 can never say too much H for Peruna." M Not only women of rank and lulsuro B pralso l'eruua, but tho wholesome, use- B ful women enpnged in honest toil would not bo without Dr. Hartman'a H world renowned remedy. H Tho Doctor has prescribed it for many H thousand women every year and lie B never fails to receive a multitudo of let- M tcrs like the above, thanking him foi H his ad...

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. — 28 July 1906

1 H THE GARLAND GLOBE H H THE GARLAND GLOBE t INDEPENDENT. aaH H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. H i Telephone No 22k (Formorly Wjrall's Batcher Shop.) H Enteral aecond-ctaja rnitU-r February 17, H 190C, at the t office at Garland, Utah, under H tli Act of ConErnu of March J, 1819. H Saturday, July 28, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. H F. Foulger of Ogdcn, spent tlic fore port of tho week in this city. B Mits Ethel Austin of Lohl, is the guest M of Mb Peru Lewis of this city, H Miss Elflcda Lund of Ilrlgham, spent H Tuesday nnd Wednesday iu thh city. H Miss Myrtle Jensen of Mantua, Utah, H Is the guest of Mr. and Mm. Joy, Jensen. H L Hox Elder HtuUo S. B, excursion to M Jflaltftlron Aug.Oth. 3t H Miss Dorothy Gallop of American Fork H Is visiting in this city, the guest of Mist H Clara Lcnvltt. H Mr. nud Mrs. J. L. Vanauwlcln ofMc Ctinc, Kansas, parents of II, C. Van- H nusdcln, arc visiting in this city. H LOBT (lold locket, engraven with H tho word "Thorhimi." Finder return to t Mrs. A. M...

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. — 4 August 1906

I I tnnTHE GARLAND GLOBE "s I H "-II l j B H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY 'M Vol. I. No. 26. Published at arland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. A, 1006 H B Daily Mail Service For Snowville. I Move Well Uuder Way B If the PoBtotHcc Department Grants thu H Request Asked for, Suowvlllu will H .Soon he Enjoying u. Mall Service H LongNccdod. H Up J 0 Cutler of Snuwviltc, was In this H city the (ore part of thu week mid In con H vcrsatton with liliu wo weru informed H tlmt n petition hnd been sent to thu Post- H offteo Department requesting a daily H mull Hurvico from this city to Snowville. H Mr. Culler was norry hu did not give our H citlr.ens hu oppuruity to sign thu petition HL as hu learned later Unit it meets thu up. QL provnl of our cutire community. All the residents between hero and Snowville B will hu grcutlly bculfltud by this move m and Garland will then become hcud. B quarters for tlw western portion of the B county. Wc slnccrly liopo thu Pastoff...

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. — 4 August 1906

M) The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH H ! Terms, of Subscription: J One year. (In advanco) $1.50 j Six months 75 H Thrco months CO H Advertising rates furnished on oppll- j cation. m J J, A. Wlxom Editor and Manager H r H BEAUTIFUL BIRD 18 AMERICAN. H 'Wood Warblers Found on No Other J Continent but This. J Bo small that tlio cusunl glnnco fre- J fluently docs not reveal their presence, J tbo great family of wood warblers Is J Almost without excoptlon tlio most J brilliantly and striking colored of our J American bird groups. The lover of J tho beauties of nature will bo well J repaid by careful scrutiny of tlio little J Jewel-llko creatures, either with field j glasses or the naked aye, for thcro arc J nono of them unreasonably timid, and J patience will reveal marvels In tho J way of iirllstlc color combinations. j The, wood wn.rbler family Is distinct- pH ly American, 'on no other continent ppj In the world Is It represented. Some H Blus-TVInKPrt ...

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. — 4 August 1906

3 BY ARY gEVEREUX I rYTTH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DOM C. WILSON (All r$fit PetfntifJ 4. CHAPTER XXVI. J r Night In Now Orlcnns, whoro Uic former gay llfo of the Btreots had for many weeks been hushed by the threatened calamity of nn attach, or possible siege. The air of the city, muggy and life less as the thunder showers of the day had left It, was still more un bearable Inside the walls of the gaol, where, on the upper floor, In a cell whoso ono narrow, Iron-barred wTii dow faced the enst, lay Pierre Lafltte. Tho gaoler's wife came In with a Jug of wnter, and filling a cup, held It to the stricken man's lips while gently raising his head. "M'sleur Pierre, I trust you will not he angry with me that I sent this afternoon to Father I'hlllpe, and nsk ed that a priest bo sent hero for your comforting." "Is It Father Plilllpe of tho Coeur do St. Jean?" ho ashed. "Surely, m'sleur; nnd n saint him self," she answered quickly. "Very well, then madamo; you may send the priest to mo," snld Pierre, ...

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. — 4 August 1906

F"La-a-aaaa.iiiiiMiMM bi ' ' 1 H THE GARLAND GLOBE. H LLLH , - LLI H . The Garland Globe l i H Publlihed Every Saturday at H j . GARLAND UTAH. H j . inii n H' Terma of Subscription: H, One year (! advance) .........11. GO H ,fllx months f ... ,f.,. .,,..... .. .76 H', Throo months ...,,. .CO H Advertising rates furnished on ao- H plication. H j ." ' if u i i ' ir H Entorod as second-class matter H February 17, 190G, at tho ponlofllco at H Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H fre of March 8, 1879. H j. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, Aug. 4. M Broadway Mining and M Stock Exchange H Los Angeles, Cal. H, Special Correspondence.) IFom Augclcs, July ?3, HrOil; Ah cv. I Afco of the growth In Soutjicru Cullfor. v rif of mlii(;g stock brokcragn the Brood- fl ,1 way Mining & Stfltik Ejch nugu lias beep H incorporated aud now occupies the m j ground rjoor at SIS tfouth Broadway H Thu new fjuurtejs provide SJOO Kjunre H , (cot of Ijoor room ajuj this gives to tin- U 1 ; now ...

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. — 4 August 1906

TJTAH STATE NEWS PHfl Edward Qulnn was struck by n PHA gravel train at Garfield and seriously PHfl Injured. BHfl Tho body of Royal Reed, the young ! man who was drownod In Green river, HHK has not been recovered. BB The celebration of Pioneer day at BBl Mt Pleasant was observed with moro flflfl enthusiasm than for several years flflfl past. BBft A Japnnese, about 26 years old, BBr name unknown, was run over by n HHJ alag car at Bingham Junction and BH A big roller-skating rink Is being HB planned for Park City, the roller skat- BH Ing (ad having taken a great hold In BBJ that town. HflJ Frank A. Lewis, a prominent con- BH tractor of Salt Lake City, is dead BH from injuries sustained by (ailing Hfl from a ladder. Hfl Tho Socialists of Sanpoto county HB have placed a ticket In tho Held, tho BH county convention being held at Mt. BH. Pleasant last week. BH Whllo raking hay at Sprlngvllle, Hfl Reuben Hill caught his right hand In HB "the gearing of the rake, tho member HB being badly ma...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 August 1906

I r" I in the: public bye H ,4 WIDELY CELEBRATED TARIFF REFORMER - fST.2Sr.'iBTT5r??J"SH Wu "I'111' or I"' I'-'iKl'slimaii. .lo'oph Chamber- B i -'VJV ?.?vi till", wliii rerun tly. on tho occasion (if the cclebra- 'K rVAv tN$f' ,,,,n llt HiriiiliiKliiuii of hlH seventieth birthday. ' 1 , il ' ff---'- Ni sent out this characteristic menage to I he nntliin: ' l'V t VM.V "Tieat foreigners lis they treat i'H mill treat onr H fl' (I '"" v Kinsmen better Mum ou treat foiclgntirs " H v QJ-v,-r p Joseph Chiiiu'icrluln In ltiiiueiiscl popular ami H ,&?$irZ- " 3U ImineiiHt'ly unpopular, but appears eipial to er;- M . ' r-VJ. ( ) lug with both friend and toe. When iwml'.o I -is H -A A-V vV '"' W11H "" """""Sly during the Itoer w.ir ami It H 7'lar i, I ' preceding mid sulmciii. cm pi oblciiiB. his cool, r H ' II ' s. leal meeting or utU'Us opposed foiinlilnhli' fro" H ( -ifj' MkJ to those lh.it uttoniptoil to down him. H II V S$T AfflA Kni'ly In IiIh eiiur he was thioo times eleet" 1 H lUd'...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 August 1906

B - mmm bbbj i Mwi i n rJmEE crown IB Mace, Baking Powder and H: Coffee meets State food law H in all its requirements. H John Peterson. K. Stnto Food Commissioner. V Amerlcnnization of England. F Twenty years ago tho English ha- K ted everything that was American. H Wo now think altogether differently. H1 Tho American woman Is tho pattern B upon which our women aro being re- K' modeled; tho American man hns K wholly altered our character and H that of our business. British instltu- H! tlons aro being reconstructed In nc- B cordancc with those of the United B States. Truth, Iondon. Bj Johnny Jones' Latin. B One day at Latin recitation Johnny K Jones wnti so drowsy that when tho K professor asked for tho conjugation H' of a certain verb he failed to catch B It, and turning to his bwom friend ' Inquired: "What verb?" "Damftno," K' whispered his classmate. "Damflno, K, damflnaro, damflnal, damflnatum!" H said Johnny Jones to tho horrified B professor. Llpplncott's Magazine. B We Make T...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 August 1906

HH THE GARLAND GLOBE HL'JtIie GARLAND GLOBE r J A.TVixom, . . Editor unil Mngr. LLLw Telephone No 22k V (Formerly Wyatt'a Butcher Shop.) & I'.nterod aa MCond-cUiM mutter February 17, & 1900, nt tho post ofilco nt Garland, Utah, under 1 the Afct of Conzrrsa of March 3, l i i ' ' ii i i 1 1 i H Saturday, Aug, 4, 1906 LaLY MMMAMIAiAlfltftttWAIllMAIMfllAWOAViUtlAIAWf m ITEMS OF INTEREST. HL 'Mis.i Ada Fowler was a Corinno visitor M' ' It Smith of Ilrlgluitu was In ton 11 lk yesterday. BB) JIm S .M Clayton, Mrn Lvdfa Cluyioti BH and MM Alta Jolly wenjadcu visitors JU Tuesday. , f&9k mmmY Cfci'SliiyTldlil'is m ro r t fii rt3?.! ami new H HH rig Oli, excuse us, It's tho oldjone nntilo Hl nuw hyTlios Wuud.tliu paint Jr. H jB Jllss Gladys Soulhwlck rctul nud to her HF homo lu Loli I yesterday aftcruii extended visit In tlic.i city thn guest of (tlm Misses H H Esslo and Hazel Kvcuh, I J Governor John (J Cutler litis oftlclnlly B announced that there will h no special ecwdon of tho...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 August 1906

Mi' - - . 'A . ,r . ch H riH I - --j - d- H I tmbTHE GARLAND GLOBE "" DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M m , . , ,. I, , i . . i .. ,.. .-. ,,. ii i . i i i ii " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' I -f Vol.1. No. 27. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. I.I, 1906 H II W Culture Club Lawn Party, I SEASON'S BIG EVENT. fl A Social Gathering That Delighted nil Present and Demonstrated the H Entertaining Ability of tho Ladle' B Seif-Culturo Club. M The crowning event of tha Reason was I the Lawn 1'arty at tho Factory Hotel ,M grounds last Tuesday evening, given under the auspices of tho Ladle' Self- H Culture Club. The beautiful lawn mid urouiuls that surround tho hotel was iU certnlnly an Ideal sjiot for an elaborate flfl function of this character. The ground wore hrllllautly lit up with electric light Hnv for the oecn.siou and presented an Invit- Hli log aniHiiirnnce. Tables, laldcu with HH choice fruits, were lu evidence and were Hf tastefully decorated with s...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 August 1906

?' H II I IIHM ! 'I I I The Garland Globe H , Published Every Saturday at I GARLAND . . UTAH H Terms of Subscription: B Olio year (In advnnco) J1.G0 M Blx months 75 B Tbreo monUiH GO M Advertising rates furnlslicd on nppll- B cntlon. H J, A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I ; VAKDEIV I CULTIVATING THE POTATO. M The Merits of Level ns Agntnst 11111 B Cultivation Better for Dry H Weather. M Thoro nro two distinct ways of cul- M jtlvatlng thn potato lovol and hill cul- M tlvatlon. Tho latter Is tho older moth- M od and many farmurs still follow this M plan, Irrespective of tho posslhlo vnluo M of lovol cultivation. 1 bollovo that a H good deal depends upon tho year and M the kind of potatoes planted. I havo H found, however, says a Will county M (111.) correspondent of the I'rnlrlo M Farmer, that I get Jmu ns satisfactory M results from level cultivation ns I used 1 to got from hilling, besides I havo tho t ndvantngo of keeping my groun-i In B better condition. m During a dry year I havo fou...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 August 1906

H'' If iH I Men Who Figured in Kentucky Feud Which Resulted in Murder of J. B. Marcum lH J J -gQjR.'" r TTiT'" i-i Sir I I ff S. H& j , t 10K"' -iiifV "" """""i 1 -SW S vXI.aJF b E Tk. A IPPHuRL i " ft, ' jfc m m II r VllfiS ,5 "Sal ih3klf vKffyfcuBi I J 31 wJMh H Uca.tyvllle, Ky. Thu Jury lu the 911 Hargls-Callnhau trial returned n vor- II n Itct of nuot guilty In short order 931 ftcr ono of tho most desperately u fought battles In a Kentucky court M i for years. Judge James Hargls and KM Kdward Callahan wero charged with fl the murder of J. B. Marcum. fl Curtis Jett, who was brought here H from the Frankfort penitentiary, testi ng evflei1 tliat ll0 killed Marcum. HI tU The verdict of not guilty Is tho HJ culmination of a long and hitter fight HJ In courts in an attempt to convict HJ James Hargls and Ed Callahan as H chief conspirators In one of tho dark- Hi est crimes In Kentucky history. HJ James B. Mai cum was a mountain HJ Republican lawyer of excellent stand- HJ Ing. He wa...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 August 1906

HFTS t HHJ H tsrafl HHH HHHJ THE GARLAND GLOBE. I The Garland Globe HJ Published Every Saturday at M OAKLAND UTAK, HJ Tarms of Subscription: Hi One year (la advance) 1.60 HJ Six month 76 HJ Thrao months 60 HJ Advertising rata furnlihod on ap HJ plication. HJ HJ Entered aa second-class matter HJ February 17, 1900, at the poatofflee at HJ Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Con- HJ greaa of March S, 1879. HJ J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager M Saturday, Aug. u, 1906 Hal tltUtHttti fc .. A a-A i, M .. Home Missionaries. HJ Following are tho speakers who are HJ appointed to visit the respective wards HJ v ' of tho Dear River Valley, Sunday, Aug, 10th: H Unrland-NoUMad.scn.no Call fl East Oarland Peter M Balrd, Wm T HJ DavU M Bothwcll Wm Ilonlcy, J I Christen- HJ sen H Doweyvlllt-U E DavU, J W Haws H El wood J O Qlcason, Francis Sbcf- M Thatcher A I Grovcr.Thnd. Wight HJ Bear River P Sorcnsco, D L Rccso B Our Missionaries. HJ W P Eaton la In receipt of a number HJ1 of poital cards from Roy...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 August 1906

HHHH ' I UTAH STATE NEWS 111 Green Hirer now has a state bank, 111 wlth capital ot $15,000. ffl Plata City Is to hare a new canning In factory, a $20,000 company having tieen organized for that purpose. 11 . The DsvIb county fnlr will be a suro I go this Tall, an association having tiled H urtlcles of Incorporation last week. I The Oregon Short Line company will f plvrate the first Yellowstone park ex- ' tralon of the reason on August 2f. I ffrhe 1-iogan band, consisting of twen-fy-enp pieces, spent two dnys last week In visiting Salt l.uke pleasureresorti. Farmers In the Monroe fields have J commenced cutting their grain and In- II illcutloim for a good harvest are excel HJ The drug stoics or I'rovo will remain HJ open for business on Sunduys In thu Hi lutnrc, but will not be allowed to sell Hi liquor foi any purpose. H State Treasurer ChrlstlaiiKon reports H thnl $13r,f90 state funds were collect- HI ed during the month of July, while HI $104,400 was paid out. HI Joseph Mc.Miilion...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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