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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 August 1906

H ! THE GARLAND GLOBE H BBM . HBH H ' THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. H . J A. Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mngr. H;i Telephone No 22k BBB ' (Formerly Wyatt's Butcher Shop.) BBB i i ' BBV Entered aa secoml-class matter February 17, BBB ' 1900, at the post odlca at Garland, Utah, under BBB the Act of Cong-res of March 3, 1870. H Saturday, Aug, 25, 1906 ' ITEMS OF INTEREST. H ! Let the stin shlnoj Clouds go way BBJ back nnd cool oft Ibo cast. BBpj I 'Miss Mary Qrovcr was ou tho sick list BBpJ I the foro part of the week. P " ThcFoulgcr Studio Is prepared to do BBpJ nil kinds of work In photography. St P II. Otto of Itlter Hro. Drug store, epent Sunday mid Monday In Logan. 1 I Miss Genu Colo of Corlnue, wim the guest of Miss Ezmu Lewis the foro purt BBpJ of the week. fl Tho Misses Evii nnd Amelia Cartor of BBpJ Urlguatn nro visiting lu this city tliu H guests of their sister Mrs J II Wallis. BBpJ HO Vanausdoln, L 0 Horrimnu, .7 L BBpJ Vnunusdcln nnd Dr. Frnucke leuvo today BBpJ for a two wee...

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. — 1 September 1906

l I ' WW - 4U tin . H aww -m . M "-wftste-s-saa nPWJT7 " A MW A 1WTY AD1? & &2K I B wjsteiBBAs M M I m m I I . ll II I I II w m e'-nt H fetthOU)BE62tlmo year for .. M-k m H &A I H H V aV B t thla oin.ce ami can aaUf y your H H th ran of Ont Dollar and a Half H H H I n B HB H L. I 4 L. B H F A I L W I W B wanUandguaranUwaaUatateion H H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H H 'J Vol. I. No. 30. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 1,1906 H H Married in Salt Lake City. M. D, Evans of this city and Miss B Bessie Predion of Provo, Utah, were H litilli'd In marriage Tuesday noon at Suit H Lake City. H Miss Preston U the charming nnd rc H couipllshed daughter of Mr nnd Mr Pre-Uon of Provo and Iiiim a boat of fl friends nnd nctpiaiutunccs In that city. H Mr Evans Is tlio eldest Bon of Mr nnd H Mm Moslah Evans of this city; Is n mum. H berot the Garland Dramatic Co., Mill- H tnry Hand and a foreman at The Utah Sugar H Both uro popular young ...

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. — 1 September 1906

BBJ f BBl H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H OAKLAND .... UTAH B Term of Subscription: M Oa ycor (In advanco) 11.60 BBb Six months 76 Tare months 60 BBb Advertising rates furnished on applt- BBV aatlon. M J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager ssssssl " ' UTAH STATE NEWS H The fanners of Wlllnrd havo suf- M ttred great Iors from the recent heavy The Republican state convention B will be held In Salt Lnko City on H Thursday, September 27th. M Huns Glgl, nged 38, was struck bj, H a street car In Salt Lake and bus- H talned Injuries which may provo fatal H A. I). Adams, of Salt Lnko City, has H been nppolntcd bookkeeper In tho bu H reau of engraving and printing at M Washington, D. C. H Itnlph Hums, aged 13, was seriously H injured while driving a dairy wagon H in Salt Lake, n runaway tenm collld- H in with his waqon. H Members of tho Salt hake and Og- H den ollco forces played n gnme of H bascbull In Sail Lake on Saturday, H tho proceeds being donated to charity. H Colonel II...

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. — 1 September 1906

B lAHTTE- U30BSXAJSA. J ' BY MJARY gEVEREUX H . ' WITH HLUSTJ?AnctN3 Br 00N C. VYiLSON H tiff 0&Sj fiturmO M M CHAPTER XXX. H y Lafltte, while waiting for Baptlstlne H 'to return with ImpIomentR for making H n grave, left Shaplra to look after the H prisoner, and drew Dnrbe aside In or- H der to question here more closely. H Ho was, after hearing what she had H to say, convinced that she was not H mistaken In her statement, although ' H there were no papers nothing In the H way of further Identification found H upon tho dead man. I H Darbe acquiesced readily In I-nfltte's H decision that Rose de Cazcncau H should never he told tho truth. H Great wns tho disgust of Shaplra H and the two men who returned with H Uaptlstlno when they found that It H was Ijifltte's wish to bury tho Eng- H llshman, ns well as Zcncy. Even Dap- H tlstlno's black brows went up In a stir- H prised disapproval which he wisely H refrained from putting Into words. H The dead wcro toon laid In the H hastily p...

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. — 1 September 1906

m ''' bbI I I BaBM bbB B , . THE GARLAND GLOBE. H H The Garland Globe BH Published Every Saturday at fl GARLAND UTAH. BB Terms of Subscription: BH Ono year (In advance) I1.C0 H Blx months 75 BJ Tlirco months 50 BBJ Advertising rates furnished on np- BBJ (Mention. ! BB Entered as necond-clasB mattef BBl Fobruary 17, 1S0Q, at tho io8lo(I1cu at BHJ Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- BHJ greBS of March 3, 1870. BBl J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, Sept. i, 1906 H M. I. A. Conference, H Northern District. HH The conference) of tho M. I. A., North- Hl cm District, held In this city lust Sundav BBl afternoon was well attended, consider- BBfl flhlo interest being manifested in mutual BBb work by those In attendance. The hull BBV was filled to its utmost capacity, rupru- BBfl acntativca being present from nil the BBB surrounding wards. Stake President BHJ OlcenN. Stohl nnd Ncphi Junseu, Sec- HBj rctary of tho Granlto Stnku M I A, were HBJ among the visitors. The following HB...

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. — 1 September 1906

I k History Repeating Itself I I .fflWJBL As in Salt Lake, Ogden, Logan, Park City and Cache Valley SWlBL H I f 4&p8 Now BRIGHAM CITY offersits pP I LANDSLIDE -' BELL I I & Brigham City Exchange. & 4 Willard Exchange. I I BLfl new telephones added since the NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION. H I OvF issuance of the July Directory .,,.-., , , . T. , , M I under regular rates and usual contract JS?6 eiTu dJ ln Wlllard has th.e period. Think sf BSt and b the tlme our next llst ls published H I 260 Bell Telephones EVERYBODY I I 111 UK I v4rlIVL will have signed a contract. They believe M I Can there be any question in your mind in being within quick touch with the world. ' H concerning the telephone you want? y R fl New Brigham Subscribers. fifteen more coiwms.: , . H B. 0. Jeppscn Jacob Jensen W. J. Jacer H. Woodyatt M M m iT,Pw' '''' Prycr Facer Chas. N. Hubbard . J. S. Hull Nancy Higley i &.' H N. S. Christofferson Ellen N. Petersen ';:-;. Wm. McQlone , ,, . C. F. Wells 7'' , H ...

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. — 1 September 1906

H THE WHITE RIVER COUNTRY. BH In tho opinion of ono who has tray- HH lod much and obsorvod closely, tho most truly and rightfully contontcd people in tho United Statos to-day aro tho small landowners in what is known as tho Uppor White River Coun- HH try, nnywhero from Newport, Ark., to Carthage, Mo. They aro contontcd bo- causo their surroundings aro ldoal and, v until recently, the great, uneasy, dts- HH quieting world, with Its artificial needs HH land 'Inadequate compensations, has HH hoc n to them but Ilttlo nioro tangible HH than a dream. Here, still existent, HH and by reason of their vory rarity at HH this day and tlino mora delectabla HH than In tho past, nro Mio conditions HH which havo ocr appealed with Irro- HH slstlblo forco to tho indepcndont-splr- HH itcd Anglo-Saxon. Every man is tho HH supremo ruler of his own Ilttlo prln- HH clpallty; acknowledging no master HH savo tho law nnd possibly his fern- HH Inlno helpmeet; cringing to no em- HH ploycr; asking no favors fro...

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. — 1 September 1906

M ' . H saBriBial Bll TUsS I TttREE CROWHj fl a .T 15 H For dellelout flaTor, frag rant aroma and boaett H valat tt It aniurpatted. 81 1 el Ditt, Natural Japan, H ToungUrton, Ceylon. Engtltti Breatratt, Oolong M n!1 unPwl,r' Sold x roar grocert' In fall H Br'f nl naif pound red tod cold carton. eaaaaa. ' r H Sanitary Nose Bag. H i In reply to inquiries In regard to H the sale of sanitary feed bags for H horses In England, Consul Gilffltha, of H Liverpool, writes: "Much, of course, H depends upon the style, quality, dur- H Ability of the bags, and a very lm- H port ant item is the cost. The 'nose H bags' (ventilated) used here are made H of strong cocoa fiber, and are sold for M three shillings (73 cents) each. Bags H of the same material, Wather-bot- M tomed, are sold for 4s 6d ($1.09) H each; leather-cornered bags, 3s 6d (85 H cents) each, and extra fine manlla H bags, $1.09 each." M Good Governor. H Sir William Macgregor, governor o B Newfoundland, Is one of the most re H remarkab...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 1 September 1906

I THE GARLAND GLOBE I . THE GARLAND GLOBE I INDEPENDENT. H' J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wyatt'a DutcVirr Bhop.) H Enteral Mcond-cla matUr Prbrunry IT, H 18Q0, at tha pott oflflce at Garland, Utah, under H thoActofConsreas of March 3.11170. H Saturday, Sept, i, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. H' II V Bootho of Urlgbiim wm In town H Monday. H All kinds of Doer on Ice at Kitcr Ilros. Drug Storo. JO-tf H ,10 WJicclon was a Malt Lake passcn H gor Tuesday morning. H Mostah Evans anil V D Lewis were in H Corinnu on business Tuesday. H Miss Mary Bowcn linn returned from ft pleasant visit to Brlgham City. H J II Walll hits been "under the wcath- H cr" a few days this week. H Miss Flftcdn Lund of Brlgham, was H night-seeing lu Oarland Wednesday. H Tliu Foulgcr Studio is prepared to do nil kiudH of work in photography- "t H J F I'Vatherstono returned Tucsdny from h business trip to llrlgham City. H Tom Taylor of Ogdcn is visiting with H friends and relatives lit Nort...

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. — 8 September 1906

M ' ! 3iSrleTd.0yi-Yotieailntaf. M M " Mk V flk I T T -T " . Job Prmllnflt-Do you t LelUt ford to be without your Homb JfaM H V a V - I Ha Ml H. Jr IJ Hpa.li. Statements. IU11 Hcada, PAW. Aid jrour nam to our MmM Baf I VM WmmW B! Cards. ItutUr Wrap- MmM llitof subacribcr. TO-DAY and BH 1 mm M Wk M W f B mm Bra Hi trs. etct H tUMOUlzUtla)t year for T . LM 1 H H M D H at thL office and can otlfy you H Um sum of Oim Dollar and a Hair H I I .f L . F - aW I r I 1 H J L A a mf I JP I . wantaandRunranteauUifatclon H ! DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' H ' . Umm $Vol. I. No. 31. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 5, 1906 H Who Are The Champions? Third Gamo May Not be Played This Season. In ji scries of two garnet played at ' Lagoon on Sept. 2nd and 8rd between thu Garland Team and Bountiful for tho championship of Davis and llox ' Kldcr Counties, the Garland team won J the first game by a score of 8 to S and lost tho second game by a score of 0 t...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 September 1906

BBBrv .r bbt ? I The Garland Globe H Published Every 8aturday at GARLAND .... UTAH H r. Terms of Subscription: H One year (In advance) 11.50 H Blx months 75 Three months 50 Advertising rates furnished on appll- eaUon. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEW H Much ot the wheat In the Monroo H fields Is rusty, and u very light yield M is expected. H ' Willis Parkinson, ot Ilyrum, who M sustained serious Injuries by being M thrown from a horse about a month M ago, Is recovering. H The farmers In tho vicinity of Hyde M Park were heavy losers as the result M of tho recent storm, much hay and M grain being rendered worthless. M Joo Douglas, a laborer, was run over by a milk wagon In Salt I,ako M City and Is In tho hospital suffering H from Internal Injuries of a sorlouB H character. H Terranco McGuIrk, a miner In tho M employ of tho Daly-Judge Mining corn el pany at the workings In Park City, fl was killed at that property by being H caved on. M Dick Mooneye, an Indian, filled, u...

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. — 8 September 1906

sfl H nssoi.uTioir. H PROPOSING AMENDMENTS TO H flection 3, Article XIII., of the Constl- tutloti amended November S, 1900. M Md Section 12, of said Article XIII., PJJJ relating to uniform tax and exemp- tlens therefrom, and authority of the Legislature to provide for a stamp tax VH tor a tax based on Income, occupation, licenses or franchises. Be It resolved and enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah, two 'fJJJJj thirds of all members thereof concur ring therein: M Section 1. The following Proposition JJJJJ to amend the Constitution of the State fl J?f V.LlUl. '". hereby submitted" to the Vhuallned electors of the State for their PProval or, disapproval, namely: i T That Section 3, Article XIII., of the ,) Constitution of the State of Utah, ns fJJJj amended November C, 1900, and Sec- -fJJ tlon 12, of said Article XIII., bo and the Bnmo are hereby amended to read VB as follows: M "Section 3. The I.cBlslature shall provide by law u uniform and equal rate of assessment nnd ta...

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. — 8 September 1906

V-- IB Hfe5r-M""r5,s,,rrt' " V5?'" II sHRpKA'' HH HHHHHVR'' sW asllH Mf' si b KB THE GARLAND GLODK. II H il B ?:lmmm. . ,i . -- .. ' ' "" ' " .- u. u i i i i i , , , H H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H bARLAND UTAH. H Terms of Subscription: H Ono your (In advanco) 11.60 B Biz tnontha .76 H Thro 9 months CO H Advertising rates furnished on ap- B plication. B Entered an second-class matter B February 17, 100C, at tho poBtofllce at BBH Garland, Utah, under tbo Act of Con- B gross of March 3, 1879. H J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager B w j !- B Saturday, Sept. 8, 1906 pfpfBSJ TttttTtttttTtTTtTtTtTTTTTt An Irlsbtrmn was sitting In tho depot, BBb 'smoking, tho other day when n woman B caino nud sitting down remarked: "Sir, B If you were a gentleman you wouldn't B smokolicrn." "Mura," hoBiild, "If yn B wus a leddy, yo'd sit father away." H Pretty soon tliu woman burst out: "If Bfl you were my htiflband I'd give you pol- B son." "Well, mum," returned the B Irishman as hu...

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. — 8 September 1906

H -, - .. .-utw cua ttlJl VM- kill ..PT'fc H I History Repeating Itself Jk I I JIsSb As ill Salt Lake, Ogden, Logan, Park City and Cache Valley Ms9fWL I tiljpP now BRIGHAM CITY SpP LANDSLIDE BELL I H r rrr-f i i n i n n in i i inn i in n mi i i iii 1 n i iiiiimim im in i in . H 1 I Brigham City Exchange. Willard Exchange. H H I Sifl new telephones added since the NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION, H I O" issuance of the July Directory wrr - - -HHH I under regular rates and usual contract J5F V? in Willard h? th.e I period. Think sf BgHr , and by the time our next list. is M ' T published , , H I 260 Bell Telephones EVERYBODY H I 111 BRIQrlAIVl. will have signed a contract They believe I Can there be any question in your mind in being within quick touch with the world. H I cnceZ; RrZZl Read the Willard List-You Know them All. New Brigham Subscribers. pip-tee more coming. H B. 0. Jeppsoa Jacob Jensen r W.J. Pacer H. Woodyatt H I fW?" i T" $T ' Per Fac ch"- Hubbard ' ' . J. S. Hull Nancy Hi&l...

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. — 8 September 1906

HHb r HJ ' North Dakota Solves the Adulteration HJ , Problem. HJ North Dakota scorns to hnvo found HJ ' the key to tlio question, "How shall HJ t wo protect tho pcoplo from frauds In HJ manufactured products?" A now law HJj has recently gono Into effect designed M to mako It Impossible to deceive pco- HJ plo Into buying Inferior and adulter- Hi ated paint undor the Improsslon that HJ they aro Rotting real paint, viz.: puro BH whlto lead nnd linseed oil. HE The North Dakota. .lawmakers did HJ not attempt to absolutely prohibit the Bflj Inferior pigments, or mixtures of BBi plgmonls. They adopted the slogan, BB! "Let tho label tell," nnd then left to BBj Iho pcoplo to buy whlchovor thoy BBi ' wlnhod. BB ' Undor this plan, If any one wishes BBu to buy a mlxturo of rock-dust, ground BB" quartr. and other cheap elements BB which aro found In many paints and BB, so-cnllod "whlto loads," no ono can BB' object; for thoy do It with their eyes BB; open. But If they prefer genuine BB , whlto l...

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. — 8 September 1906

" GAINED 34 POUNDS Persistant Anaamla Curod by Dr. Williams' Pink PHI After Other Remedies Had Failed. " When I began taking Dr.l Williams , Fink Pills," says Mrs. Nathaniel Field, of St. Albans, Somerset county, Maluo,1 "I was the palest, most bloodless person' yon conld imagine. My tongue and gums vroro colorless and my fingers and ears were like wax. I had two doctors .and they pronounced my troublo ansomia. Mod spells of vomiting, could not eat, j ipact, did not dare to, I had such dis Tjm after eating. My stomach was filled with gas which caused mo awful agony. The backache I suffered was at times almost unbearable and the least exertion made my heart beat so fast that I could hardly breathe. But the worst of all was the splitting nouralgia headache which novcrloftmeforsevenwceks. About this timo I had had several numb spells. My limbs would be cold and without any feeling andtho most deathly sensations would como over wo. "Nothing had helped mo until I began taking Dr. William...

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. — 8 September 1906

K-V,f? T""r, ' "" " " ' " n-fr i-tj.j(- w stir ! iHv 1 THE GARLAND GLOBE LH . , . . aa, ' ' THE GARLAND GLOBE M: INDEPENDENT. H J A.TVlxoM, . . Editor nnd Mngr. ; Telephone No 22k M j (Formcrlr Wyatt'e Butcher Shop.) Hj Entered m aecond-clau matter February 17, Hj 1906, at th pott office, at Garland, Utah, under H j the Act of Congreea of March 3, 1879. H Saturday, Sept. 8, 1906 H; ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hj Don't forget Tlio Foulgcr Studio, tf j F DWcllIng made a trip to Farming- K ton Tuesday. K 3trs J II WnllU wan a l)rlgbm visitor j 6unday and Monday. H Leo Goates returned to his homo In W Lehl Sunday morning. K Dr. M.J. Frauckc returned Thursday H from h trip through Idaho. W 31 Im Jlyrtlo Jensen of Mantua la visit- H ing her aunt Mm Jos Jensen. K Ncla Anderson of Point Lookout, was B, lo town on business Wednesday. H All kinds of Beer on ico nt Itltcr Uros. H, Drug Store. J0-tf n Mrs LJBomscn is visiting relatives H in Clover, Tooclo County, Utah. K Miss Dora Godfrey returned Monda...

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. — 15 September 1906

thh THE GARLAND GLOBE "Han I -- - - " H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H y Vol. I. No. 32. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 15, 1906 Garland vs. M a I a d. Baseball Season Closes. i The Garland base ball team went to Malad lut Saturday and trimmed the Idaho boys by a score of 31 to 0 in seven inning game. The features of the game were the heavy batting and bril liant floldiag of our boys who made 20 aafo hits with but one error. Singleton for Garland, struck out eleven men. Our team was royally treated and entertained by the Malad people and have nothing but pralso for them and for their town. v Tho line-up was as follows: 7 OAKLAND MALAD Van Leuvan 1 f Richards ' Singleton p J Jones Glcason 8 b McClurg Wnllla 1 b Kingsbury Cluff o Dalton Evans s James Welling 8 b Thomas Hall c f O Jones Barry rf ' Harris Score by Innings: 19 8 4 0 6 7 Total Garland 8 0 6 4 8 0 0-21 Malad 8 010 2 0 0-8 This game wound up the base ball season, so far as...

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. — 15 September 1906

BBBBBBBB t i. Jf V bbV H H The Garland Globe BBJ Publtthed Every Saturday at BBJ OAKLAND .... UTAH BBJ Terms of Subscription: BK One year (la advanco) fJLCO Six months ,..,.....,... .75 hree months , 60 I Advertising rates furnished on appll- ' tUOB. BBJ , 4, A. Wlxom Editor and Manager Hi UTAH STATE NEWS BBj Tho Ogden sugar factory will start BAgi on this season's run this vrcok. BB The SoclallBts of Suit Lako county Bftl havo placed a ticket In tho Mold. Bft The Utah DnptlRt convention held a BB three day's bcbhIoh In Salt Lako City BB )ast week. BBX A roco between four yachts was run HJ on Provo lako on Sunday, large crowds HJ1 witnessing the contest. HJ: A mlno of Bait has been discovered HI near Corlnuo. Tho salt Is In n puro HJ crystalline state, free from coloring BB impurities and of good quality. HJ Warren Fenn, who klllud Ilobcrt HJ Klein at Nnmpn, Idaho, last wcok, was BBJ formerly a resident of l'rovo, and has BBJ always borne a good reputation. BBJ Fred llcatty, who rec...

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. — 15 September 1906

H "TrTe Age of Lead. Bl Wo aro wont to speak of this era BV as tho "ago of Iron," and thero is no B gainsaying that, Industrially speaking, B Iron Is a "precious metal." m Novertholcss, fow people realize B how useful, f not absolutely neqes! Bf sary, to modern civilization, is that other metal, lead. Soft, yielding Bf pliable, It Is not much llko Its sister B motal, but those distinguishing quaU B ties aro what give It such a prominent place in the arts and Industries. H x Modern plumbing, requiring manj, i.rn.,nK8 nnd twlstings, but withal B jight Joints, would bo almost lmpos aiblo without lead pipe. Tho great B est civilizing agent in tho world the printing art Is absolutely dependent W n 'cad. Handset typo, linotype B "slugs," monotype typo all aro B made of compositions of which lead B is tho chief component to say noth B ing of tho bearings In tho presses as well as all other kinds of machlnory In which "babbitt" metal Is used. Solder Is another load product what a field of u...

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