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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

H THE GARLAND CITYGLOBE, GARLAND,' UTAH ' - H Th Garland City Globe H 't INDEPENDENT H , Publlshtd Wetkly J. A. Wixom Publisher H ; ' Boll 'phono No. 52 H Ttrmi of Sifeicrlption: H One year (la adrance) $2.00 H Six months .... $1.00 H Three months 60c H . M Entered m Mcond-claas matter, February H 10, 1906, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- H , u grss of March S, 1179. H - I !! I ! ' '" B ; Subscrlbara who fall to receive their papers H regularly, please notify this office. H ,752HHsWHPl,,Er"' H THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1918 I Utah Indus- I trial Review m Pacific Coast Manufacturer and B Industrial Nows Bureau H Sept 9th. Salt Lake In view 1 of scarclety of laborers recom- H mendatlon made that district M road supervisors bo authorized m to employ women to clean H tho highways of weeds at $2.00 H per day. HHJ o H Yield of 1018 BUgar beet crop H In U. S. estimated at 6.350,000 H tons. This Is 280.000 tons moro m than crop of 1017 as offlclally m reported.-. H HuntsViUe 1,200 head of...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

I ! -fe- - -'- . - .. THE GARLAND CITY QLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH . H 'Ajrim''' . V'7' "-, '".': ' A": 'J ."."' ''Irv";' 'r' ',7, " '.,'., ,'. ; ' '"B "'; ' ' " "'--;' ivl ' ! JLIBERTY THEATRE - Garland! I ; H one day omly SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 4th 1 f y Robert Aiidersou -s Mousou Cnokoo Lillian Gish nud Robert Ilarrou I M U WAS EIGHTEEN MONTHS IN MAKING ON THE ACTUAL BATTLE- H" MM"M1w"Mw"MWIM"n I M FIELDS OF FRANCE. U What They Say About "HEARTS OF THE WORLD." M B U Tho cast Inrludes LILLIAN GISH, DOROTHY GISH, ROBERT HAR- H Govomor Bamberger "Hearts of the World" Is a marvolous play. D H n RON, GEORGE FAWCETT, ROBERT ANDERSON, and hundreds of V Ex-Governor Wm. Spry-lnsplrlng and wonderful. ' H I I ot"ors n W. W. Armstrong, U. S. Food Administrator for Utah An American U I H n Direct from a throe weeks' triumphant engagement at the Orpheum cnnnot se0 ..Hoart3 of tho Word" without fooling that wo should have T H H Thoatre, Salt Lako City. M boon n t10 f;glt for democracy sooner.. .It is i...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

M THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH . V-"'- I 6RIEF REVIEW OF ATOMS H RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT H HAPPENING8 IN ITEM- H IZED FORM fl Horn and Foreign New Gather! M From All Quarter of the World) H and Prepared for duty Men H intermountain: H Shipyard workmen at Portland, ostl- fl muted to number several thousand, luld M down tliclr tools at noon Saturday and M refused to work out thu day. The M worktnen said tlioy wcro dissatisfied M bocauso tho summer Saturday half- M holiday had not hcen extended through m the fall nnd winter. H There were only fifty cases of coin M tnunlcnhlo discuses In Camp Lewis M during the past week among tho 35,- M E03 men stationed there. idurlng that M period, tho weekly health report nf B MnJ. L. I. McGlnssuit, camp snnltnry M Inspector, shows. There were no B deaths. H Charged with desertion, impersonal- H In? an officer of tho United Stutes 1 army and passing had cnecks, Private H E. J. Simmons, who said his home Ik In Ogdcn, Utah, was arrested at a ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

1 1 ...,, THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH . . , H I "OUTWITTING THE HUN" 1 By Lieutenant Pat O'Brien 1 "J I (Copyright. 1018. by Ptf Alvi O'Drlen) CHAPTER XVIII Continued. -12- I beckoned to tho chauffeur to go with mo up to. tho office, as I had no money with which to pay htm, and when ho bo- to tho consulato I told them that II they would pay tho taxi faro I would tell them who 1 wns and how I happened to bo there. They know at onco that I was an escaped prisoner and they readily paid the chauffeur and Invited mo to .glvo soma account of myself. They treated mo most cordially and wero Intensely Interested In tho brief account I gavo them of my adven tures. Word was sent to tho consul general and ho Immediately sont for inc. When I went in ho shook hands with mo, greeting me Tcry heartily and offering mo u chnlr. Ho then sat down, screwed n,mon- oclo on his eyo nnd viewed mo from top to toe. I could sco that only good breeding kept him from laughing at tho spectacle I present...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 12 September 1918

sisisisisi U ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH I THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE ; H THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 1918 i I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H "Koop tho Homo Fires Burning" M Miss Ititha Abramson went to H Brigham City Tuesday. H Joseph Roberta of Bingham, H was a Garland visitor yesterday. B o H M. D. Evons was In the state H capltol on business last Saturday H o H Mrs. W. L. Cunningham vlslt- H ed Ogden tho latter part of last H week. H ' Andy Trano and his mother m wcro passengers to Salt Lako H Tuesday. H o H Dr. C. J. Ilardlo was In tho H state capltol on business last H Thursday. H o m Mayor Lorcn W. Preston waB m In tho county scat on business H last Thursday. m Luther B. Sasscr of Ilolbroolc, M Idaho, Is In town today. He came M In to get a load of fruit. H o H Mrs. H. T. IUchardB of Mcn- 1 don, spent last week with her B daughter, Mra. Geo. B. Hughes. m Mrs. J. W. Hancock of Brlg- m ham City, Bister of Mrs. Geo. B. M Hughes, was hero on a visit last PB Friday. H o M J. W. Rhodes and son...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

I tt 'I GARLAND CITY THE METROPOLISCOM MBRCIAL AND. FINANCIAL CENTER OP THE GREAT BMR RIVER VALLEY fl ,...................., jjjj& j ,....... M ADVERTISE in the J rrW 1" I 1 HI A It JWk WT 7 H f W ' DON'T forgot to read J papor that goos into ! I i-l Wj I w J I y ll I 11 1,1 I I Lf 1-4 tho advortisemonts in H irsraari 1 lie UAKLAlYlIl LI I I UJLUdE slku i I v M ' ,, , .I, -i . i i . ' ' COVEPS THE BEAR RIVER :j$fc A L t E Y LIKE fl BLANKET H ' , in 'l VOL. XIH GARLAND, UTAH, THURSDAY SEPT. 19th, 1918 No. 34. iH iH . . H - Strong for i: "Yanks" Overseas i ' 1 2091443, C. E. F. C. E. "" Sept 9, 1918- Scaford Sussex,, England. Editor Garland Globe: Just writing these few notes to tell you what I think of sol u dlery C. E. F. I am in the Can- ' adlan Engineers and wo all feel r great, especially since we got I out of secregatlon. We lauded somewhere In England (ha ha) thooldBtuff. Well, that Is all Iff' thoy will lot us Suppers say, so j! .' we'll "cany on" with tho rest. ft Tho Con...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

H H ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH I The Kaiser as I Knew Him for Fourteen Years H I By ARTHUR N. DAVIS, D. D. S.-American Dentist to the Kaiser from 1 904 to 1 9 1 8 I H (Copyright, 1913, by tho McCluro NewtpTipor Syndicate.) .KH i - i M PREFACE Tor 11 years tlio knlscr was H my patient. All I know of liltn 1 tuiri 'nil that liu told mo emtio to H mo wlillo tlio relation of potlcnt and dentist existed between ns. 1 For tlint renson I felt nt first H tlint, no mutter how vital to tlio H allied cntiso might bo tlio Infor- B matloti I could glvo ns to tlio knl- H bit's viewpoint, ambitions nnd H plnns, tlio requirements of pro- H fosslonnl ethics must senl my H lips nnd compel mo to withhold H . It from tho world nt lnrgo. H When, however, I considered H . tho grove crisis tlint confronts H tho world nnd In which my own H country Is plnylng so Importnnt H n pnrt, nnd realized that whnt I knew of the knitter might provo H of 80IH0 vnluo to civilization, I H concluded that my p...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

F I ! "'11 fj C- lii 'M'HMWMMWHWMinW.Mum,!,,,,,,,,,,, ..tt,, . --. .- J T " " afl 'I wmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm THE GARLAND CITY GEOBEj GARLAND, UTAH - , H NOW RAISES 600 CHICKENS After Being Relieved of Or ganic Trouble by Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetablo Compound. . Oregon, lit." I took Lydia E. Pfak ham's. Vegetable Compound for an or n , .ganle troublo which I II III liililiilllllllll III Pu,'cd mo down un MH til I could not put my IotsKcJ foot to tho floor and lllllwJtrHylllll couldBcarcolydomy Ml!lM work, and as I live ircMjffH on n Bma" 'arm ftn'l IralHI rnlsa six hundred MbswIIiilllli chlckerv every year hfcdjfH "I saw the Com- P4 pound advertised in foZH"teH2'- our paper, and tried r "It It has restored my health to I can do all my work and I am io grateful that I am recommend' Ing it to my friends. "Mrs. D. M. Alters, R. k. 4, Oregon. III. Only women whohavo suffered tho tor tures of such troubles and havo dragged along from day to day can rcallzo the relief which this famous ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

B THE GARLANDCITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' T " The Garland CSty GIob H INDEPENDENT M Publl3hodVookly H J. A. Wlxom Publisher B Bell 'phono .... No. 52 H j Terms of Stteicription: M . One year (In advance) $2.00 H J Six months .... $1.00 H , . J Threo months .... GOc (Entered ub second-class matter, February 10, 1906, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- H grss of March 3, 1879. H j """ . Subscribers who fail to receive their papers H ' ' ' regularly, please notify this office. THURSDAY SEPT. 19th, 1918 ' H " ' " - - , Utah Indus- I trial Review H o H Pacific Coast Manufacturer and H Industrial News Bureau 1 Eureka Apex Standard Co., H to start sinking shaft 1 Ogdcn Improvements made H at plant of Utah Cereal FoodCo., M in order to increase capacity for H war purposes. H Salt Lalcc Construction on H now Pantages theatre to start H Salt Lake Loss of natlvo H trout from Fish Lako will bo pre- H vented by tho construction of a H concrete outlet between- Mud H lake and the Johnson reser...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

' L ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' 1- I Keep Him From Your Home f Tfbu wosit have io buy Litrt Bonds ff The climax of a recent thrilling story of a German who mas- n querndcd ns a British officer is the exposure of the spy through his ' typically Teuton touch in kicking the face of n servant whom he had T. , knocked down. J?' "You might have knocked him down and been British," said the man who turned him over to the firing squad, "b1 t not the rest r of it." . Myriad undisputnble instances of Hun bestiality unrestrained show him to have exhausted all imaginable possibilities of brutish l ness in his treatment of his war victims. y Oversubscribe your quota of Fourth Liberty Loan bonds and ' help throw the German nrmy back across the Rhine where its own people may huvc t taste of its "will to power". I jfV ' ' - YOUNG MEN OF AMERICA! . ' "W?. A , You w!" shortly bo sorving your country. Have you to offor , tab? o your nation tho services of ONE man or TEN? '$il ' UNCLE SAM ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

bbH - - - - ., , ,, -. .mi, . ...i ki.mtiikihi ' i1 i'V -rii1 i1 i"i i'i'11 friMfghif ritfMttWMMMBMSMIMiWC. - BBBBBi ' bbbbb! m the garland city globe, garland, utah . , BRIEF REVIEW OF ' A WEEKEVENTS H HHCORD OF THE IMPORTANT H HAPPENINQ8 IN ITEM- H IZED FORM B Hem and Foreign Newt dithered H From All Quarter of the World, H and Prepared for Busy Men INTERMOUNTAIN. Normal operations Imvo been re- H limed In lluttu mines, It Is announced, H following n slight cessation of mnxl- H tnuin copper production lust week In- H Uuccd by nn attempted I. V. V. strike. B Declaring tlint Utnh has plenty of B feed to enro for tlio stock within tho borders of the state, the committee on B rood supply n lid conservntlon of tliu B ctntc council of 'defenso Is Issuing u warning to fanners to hold their H How to solve the problem presented by thousands of men rejected by B draft boards or nt enmp, or din- charged from the nrmy on account of H tuberculosis, will bo the chief Question H taken tip nt the...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

" " "- V - jjn.im.wr "l'"l Jr. l1irr,i.MlrtMl ilwiwMWlflMBs1WiWmr. H j THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH - ' BRIEF REVIEW OF A WEEK'S EVENTS iiiH RECORD OP THE IMPORTANT iiiE HAPPENINQ8 IN ITEM iiiH IZED FORM HJ Hem and Foreign Newt Gathered H Prom AH Quarters of the World, H and Prepared for Busy Men iiiH INTERMOUNTAIN. H Normal operations hnvo been re- H earned la Butte mines, It Is announced, B following n slight cessation of mnxl- H tnutn copper production ItiNt week In- iiiiH diced by nil nttemptcd I. W. W, strike. H Declaring tlmt Utnh lias plenty of H (ceil to caro for tlio stock within the H lionlcrs of the state, the coimnltteo on H food supply iiihI conscrviitlon of the B state council of defense Ih Issuing ii H warning to fanners to hold their How to solve the problem presented H by thousands of men rejected by h nrnrt uonrus or nt camp, or uls- H charged from the army on account of iiiiH tuberculosis, will bo the chief question iiiiH tnken up nt the Northwestern Tube...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

1 WJPBJPa'alPBHHBBalfciBKalMiiB i - iH I -if H H -M---M- T gatBrfiAyyilrir GLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH " H "WASTE NOT, WANT NOT," SLOGAN 0F H fcfflJK9rl u B Tills depicts ii famillnr sight to tlio Millers on tliu western front. H-liWK LH -depot, nnd nlmost every few miles behind tho lines this sceno Is repeated, where B iiro repaired and placed again In running order. OPOLIS COM MERCIALjAJ VRLAri II I I III ' I I RIVER I GARLAND, UTAH, tJ Ladies' Self- J Culture Clu Mrs. Dixie Shelton ciitertnlnq the L. S.-C Club at her homo o South Main street, Friday, Scj i disabled or otherwise. InJutwtttTfnw I ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST AMERICAN TROOPS IN ITALY I This picture shows the first United States troops to arrlvu In Italy entering their camp near tho Italian frout. Tim I .people turned out for a great demonstration, throwing flowers on tho troops and shouting "Vlvu l'Amorlca 1 Viva ' f -Wilwn r "HANSOM DIRECT TO BERLIN" These lirltlBh Tomnilos intend to rldo In comfort when they begin their triumpha...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

mmm BJPBBtiBpisiBVHHiJJJIiBJJBJBB 'Tup I - "j " """ "" ) Ml I I r bH IlilB H -UUMUMjM' GLOBE, GARLAND. UTAH ' : H BBj BJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBiBJiiM" .. . h "WASTE NOT, WANT NOT' SLOGAN oFB iWi ii11 i - n r- n - JH hWiTWNKKmr lrwKiisMamtiCMJSBC-? rBBJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH ttJM&?JB$SM bbS $ Xir'J'MHlH5 Jl JJi ?'ijyJ'"iaiii"tM'tf fc'Af,"ff",'Fr - & BJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJ -; SryysBJPftiJBJBg&Sg I WlBBBBBBraj5PBllslKjBife W?tai.i3-f- -i.:lfc, -t-, - gH JH S3 j" .Julfc l.v.''ia.Bt "ATBJ1 IJTliiriiiJHBBJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH 4 'pMZ'jK&- Jjjijy iXSBli 1 JBraraMreSaMJPIlBJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM fl This depicts a familiar sight to the soldiers on tho western front. It bIfPJBPBJBJiiIHHiJJJHHH BJ .depot, and almost every fow miles behind tho lines this scene Is repented, whero disabled or othcrwIsolnjin'ooTfflrran aro repaired and placed again In running order. j I ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST AMERICAN TROOPS IN ITALY I bjv j aLnSiikx'BQliBtj?L .aiaiiiiKiYLL...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 19 September 1918

- Bbbb V M - . THE OAKLAND CITY GlftBE. OAKLAND. UTAH ' .yrj " . ' ' I : THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE i fl j THURSDAY, SEPT. 19th, 1918 j l I I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H "Koop tho Homo Firos Burning" h" Billy Rntnpton went to "Clear- eld last Saturday. H o H Ernest Smith visited Brlgham H City last Saturday. H o H Wm. ICing went to Tremonton H on business this morning. H F. 0. Haws of Provo, was here H on business a day or two this H week. H o H Fred ColXman spont part of H last Saturday and Sunday in H Ogdcn. H Mrs. John T. Tims and Mrs. H Charlotte Tims of Plymouth, H were Garland visitors Tuesday. 1 o H Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Austin H welcomed to their homo last H Saturday, a fino son. All doing H well. H Miss Mary I. Dalton has re- H turned from Malad City, Idaho, H where she has been spending tho H past few months. H . " o H Miss Isabel Ewlng returned to H her homo In Salt Luke last Sat- H urday, after a pleasant visit with H Mrs. O. C. Ilymer. H Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Hampton 9 returned Tticsda...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 September 1918

!5S H ' -vt I HI '.w " IB - ... . '.r.'.'v -rfli.".ii -'TMSfci' -'a"-h ' ". -'''' H KB, i.f i ,-v v . 3?:.B . v L . - ,.. -H B. ft4-?:-.' W :- -, - .. - t liiaP 1 "Si1 ? . j f r- vJll H K J -T--' ' mm ! - .g :11 jjB' -;. -V '" ' ' GARLAND CITY THE : METROPOLIS COM MERCIAL AND PjJNANOIAL .CENTER OP THE GREAT BlflAR RIVER VALLEY H I Mi? THE : GARLANI CITY GLOBE pPI ' I m ! ! ' yjfr - r - B C O V E P S THE B E A R RIVER ff A L L E Y LIKE A 6 L fl N K E ,f K I II I II I I I III I I I I I II I II I III " " f " " M-M. I I MMMM H H VOL. Xllt GARLAND, UTAH, THUR&AY, SEP. 26th, 1918 No735. V .. .. . . - ---- ,MM . H I Longs For Utah I Atmosphere H Recruit Receiving Station, H Camp Kearney, Chi., -, Sept. 10, 1918. I Editor Garland Globe : H Tha Globe readied, mo today. B Was certainly pleased .to rend H - the news from home. I assure B you that I appreciate every bit B of news which the Globe bears B to me. The barrenness of this B camp and frequent moist fogs B here, mako one long forth...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 September 1918

h M THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH . ' MINES AND MINING H . Tonopnh mines nro now producing H each neck nlwut 0500 tons of ore, vnl- H ued at $100,000. Q I'helps Dodge corporation smelters produced In August 17,101,201 pounds j of copper, ngnlnr-'18,7:i;i,071 pounds 1 In H Mnny mines li. tlio .Toplln, Mo., dls- trlct Jiiivo" been forced to close because H of tliu low prices ottered for the ore H b.v8ineltltig companies. H From Tiimplro, Mexico, comes' word H tlititiioro tlinn n,0M),000 barrels of H petroleum were whipped from the ports H of Titmplco mid Tiixpum during All- H Shipment of ore from the mines of H Tlntlc Inst week totaled WO eurlomK H These lire estlmnh nt nit nggrognto H of TfiOO tons mid valued nt $'.'00,000. H TlilK Is comimred with n totnl the pro H vlous week of irvi cars mid lfi,) Uio H week liefore tlinl. H (Toiil mine workers mid operator H meeting ut Unlontown, I'll., were told H by I'. 11. Noyes, director of coimorvn- H (lou of thu fuel uiliirinlstriitl...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 September 1918

J I - I I THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTXH : I Why Dread Old Age? It doesn't matter how old you ore, If you keep well and active. Lots of folks are younger at 70 than others aro at CO. Lame, bent backs; stiff, achy, rheu- matlo joints; bad eyesight and deafness aro too often duo to n6gleotcd kidney troublo and not to advancing years. Don't let weak kidneys age you. Uso Doaris Kidney PtlU. They havo tnado life more cotnfortablo for thou sands of elderly folks. A Utah Case Mrs. Jens Andcr- , nf on, First South and f31 r Second East Sts., VwsaBY Ephralm, Utah sor-r-xEf'IDiII says: "Doan's KM' fYJDU ney Pills aro a tlrst 6ttK.tr, (KM ' class kidney remedy. Smrn-iiTufCii-I took a hard cold .NffiXM. ', fl kM. and It settled on my MUMlt kidneys about thrco Sw.Ii. y.V7l tl years sgo. t mif- iSSKf, WiVH' fered with awtul J?M Imti pains and aches'SRl V f KJ across, my bnrk.J... CiiK5 Doan's Kidney lMllviC woro recommended ;uMii& and I began taking them, t hadn't taken Doan's lone bo ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 September 1918

M '"$?' - THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' ' -, H Th Garland City Globa H . INDEPENDENT ' H Published Weekly H J. A. Wixom Publisher H Bo11 'phono L i - - No. 62 J - , B '" Torrfis of Subscription: B. ' Ono'.ycar (in advance) $2.00 H SlxuVoh'tbs V ... $1.00 M Three months vM 60c H Entered as iooqnd-'clasa matter, February H 10, 190G,at GarMnd, Utah, under the Act of Con- H gi-ss of Anarch 3, 1879. B Subscribers who fail to receive their papers m regularly, please 'notify this ofllce. : -- M ' THURSDAY, SEP. 26th,7 1918 H OBSTACLES H , Progress Is made because of obstacles or In 1 spite of them; usually, In spite of- them. M Reslstnnco Increases presistenco; the urge 1 in man is to surge ahead. 1 Obstacles are not a hindrance, but a futher- 1 .once; they rout Inertia, awaken energy and spur M i, determination. H Every obstuclo surmounted and opposition H overcome builds character, increases power and H advances evolution. H - There are thrco ways in which to deal with H , obst...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 September 1918

THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ., . ' . - - H WOMEN AND THE WAR ! T r By MRS. HENRY P. DAVISON kAA&afcl Treasurer War Work Council yW National Board V. W. C. A. I In an Illinois prnlrlo town Uvea u widow who launders seventeen has- I kets of wash a WQH wcok and every HHBS night thanks Qod Wft' hearts of womon. W ' To her camo ono h 4f i Funston, Kansas, ML affey l learning to bo a HNt' tor begged her to SlHrt&' j t M como and sco him iLmiL K' 1 hoforo ho was AjT if sont to France. mmmKmSU,i tj10 mother , opened tho tin Mrs. Davison b!lnk ln w,lch ho had been hoarding liar dimes and Quarters against this day. The money was scarcely enough. Nevertheless ho started. Bho walked tho first elghtoon mllci. Then her strongth gave out, and sho took a train. Sho did not know that visitors to Camp Funston stay in Junction City, eleven miles away. So sho got oft tho train at Fort Illley. An officer et hor right and sho reached Junc tion City after dark. Somohow she found a roomln...

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