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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 September 1906

BaaBS".- V). - . y - j H THK OAKLAND GLOBE. aaaaaa -..-.. H The Garland Globe H Pvhllahad Ivory Saturday at M AALANO UTAH, H """-i "- "M' Tarms of Subscription: H One year (la advance) f 1.50 Bit month ?6 Three month .i. .CO H Advertising rate furnished on ap H flleaUon. Entered aa geoond-closs matter H February 17, 190C, at the postofflco at H Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- M tress of March 3, H 4, A. Wlaam .... Editor and Manager M Saturday, Sept. 15, 1906 BBBBBBBBJ tttttttttrttrtTTTTTTTTTTTT m It's Easy to Run a Newspaper, H Did you over count the word in a column of a newspaperf Tlicru are owr H a thousand word In a column. Snppou- fl you alt down and write ono thousand word on one subject and another thorn H and on another till you have written about fifteen thousand words. Try It H and ace If It I right easy. Keep that gait up for a month. Then chaic a local H Item all ovrr town and after you have Hi-cured the facta all right, condense them In a few lines, an hour' work,...

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. — 15 September 1906

I sdiinm sraciQs AT THE CHARITY BAZAR. H I did 'not kins her. though her face M Was very beautiful to see; IH I did not kiss her, thoueh she said, WM T With modest blushes that I might: M I'd thought I would, but hung my head And hurried to get out of sight. That orphans might have bread and p meat, I She sold the kiss that 1 had bought; Her lips looked very, very sweet. And I'd been forced to bid a lot She stood thero In her booth prepared To let her lips by inlno be pressed; I had tho right, If I had cared. To catch her warmly to my breast. Would farno (o any man bo sweet If for tho asking It were had? If wealth were laid at all men's feet. Would money over make us glad? Let fool buy kisses. If they will. From maidens who aro fair to soo; The kiss that must be fought for still Is all that seoms worth while to me. Chicago Record-Herald. The Climax of Corruption. Mrs. Smlthson-Brown 1 am told that Mrs. Joncs-Grccn-Qrey has been expelled from her club. Mrs. Clark-Devorls Served tho 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. — 15 September 1906

M 8ICK FOR TEN YEARS. B Constant Backache, Dropsy and 8a- B vera Oladder Trouble. H Fred W. Harris, or Chestnut St., Jot H fcrson, Ohio, says: "For ovor ton years I suffered from t kidney disease Tho third year my foot nml hands would bwoII and remain puffed up for days at a time. I scorned to linvo a constant backache. Finally I Kot so had that I was laid up In bod 1 with nuvcral doctors 1 In attendance. , I thought sutcly I would die. I changed medicine and bo- 1 gau using Dnan's Kidney I'llls whon I was still In bed. Tho relief I found 1 was so great that I kept on until 1 had taken about ten boxos. Tho kid- noy FccreMons became nntural and 1 after years of misery I was cured. I hava Inci eased In weight, and show no symptoms of my former trouble" Sold by all dealers. HO conts n box. M Foster-Mllburn Co., Huffalo, N. T. M LEFT THE DADY BEHIND. B The Nurse Had the Carriage, But the M "Baby" Was Mining. H Mrs. Maud Miliar Hippie, whoso H advocacy of a courso In "motherhood" 1 for y...

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. — 15 September 1906

I HAY FEVER H "Having used Perunafor catarrh and I hay fever, I can recommend tt to all who B are suffering with the above diseases. 1 I Hm AtfZy A M to say it has helped I me wonderfully." Maymi E. Smith. i HHHHHHHHHHHHH imkIhI " TOEEEEEaTei slIllliHflL !HH 444 E. Mound Strut, CoUmhu, OAo. HAY FEVKIt is cndcmto catarrh. It is caused by somo irritating sub stance ia the titmosphcro during tho ato summer months. It is generally fCMioupht that the pollen of certain weeds TAnd flowers Is tho causo of it. " Chango of locality seems to bo tho only rational cure. Tho uso of Pcruna, however, htimulatcs tho nervous system to resist tho enVol of tho poisonous emanations and Mimetimes carries tho victim tin on ph tho hay fever Beasou without an attack of tho disease. A laigo number of people rely upon ,1'criina for this purpose. Those who do not find it convenient to change their location to avoid Hay Fever, would do well to give Pcruna a trial. It has proven of priceless valuo to many pconle...

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. — 15 September 1906

HT' hhh HHr VHs I THE GARLAND GLOBE II H IH I THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. Hj J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I Telephone No 22k i (Fornnrly Wjratt's Butcher Shop.) Enteral at Mond-elui matUr Fabroary 17, M ItOt, t th poit offle t Garland, UUh, under H( the Aet of Ccnnu of March 3. 1879. H Saturday, Sept. IS, 1906 l ITEMS OF INTEREST. H: The Utah Sugar Co's campaign H begins Monday Sept. 24th. m Don't forget Tho Foulgcr Studio, tf fl Peter Jcnson lms been on the lick list H the past week. ' Miss Elva Booth was a Portngo visitor HJ! "Wednesday evening. H! Alt kinds of Deer on Ico at Rltor Bros. I Drugstore. JO-tf V Mrs. Geo. F. Bowcn is vUltlhg friends K md relatives In American Fork. M Miss Julia Ilhodcs was a Bait Lake H visitor Tuesday and Wednesday of this Hj week. K j R Smith, tho Studebakcr man of HJ, Brlgham, was in town on business HJ Thursday. H TheFoulgor Studio Is prepared to do HJ, all kinds of work in photography. St HJ The finest and largest lino of shoes to HJj sel...

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 September 1906

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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 September 1906

mWrybmnnT wrt in nrjT rnT-nnnrri--sr - n un inj.m H The Garland Globe M Published Every 8aturday at 1 GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H One year (In advance) 1.50 H Blx months 75 H Thro months 60 M Advertising rates furnished on appll- m tlon. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager bbbbbbb! mm " "" " UTAH StfATE NEWS H lCva C. Riddle has been appointed H postmaster at Escalante, Oarflcld H county. H Salt Lnko'n now packing house, with M a dally capacity of 100 cattle, 1,000 H sheep and 1,000 hogs, will ho completed H by October 1. H A. Mancuraso, a section hand on tin H Oregon Short Line railroad, was In M ntantly killed In Salt Luke City, be- H Jng struck by n passenger train. H During 1905 the coal mines of Utah H produced 1,332,372 short tons, valued H at $1,793,610. The production for M 3904 was 1,493,027 tons, valued at H H Tho dedication of tho now Masonic H tcmplo In Ogden, which marks the H completion of the first Masonic build H lng In the stnte of Utah, was held Sun H...

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 September 1906

I JOANfiWroiD' M (Cop right, 1898, 1000, by S. 11. Crockett.) B CHAPTER III. HflflJ Joan Draws Flrtt Blood. flat .' Tho word of command came full IBM h m' strong from the len doorway of IB " tho hall. Bm Hans Ticnck came Instantly to tho HHt saluto with tho ball In his hand. Ho BE had no difficulty In lifting It now. In Hflfl fact, ho did not seem able to lot it HIE down. Every man In the halt except Bf 'tho two captains of Plassonburg had flfl risen to his feet and stood as It carv- HHj ed li tnnrble. BBc For thoro In tho doorway, her slim HH flguro,, erect and exceedingly com- Bfl mandlng, and her beautiful eyes shin- SB Inc with Indignation, stood tho Duch- Bfl ess Joan of Hohensteln. Bfl In stern sllenco she advanced Into IBS tho hnll, every man standing fixed HB at attention. Bff "Keep your hand so, Hans Trenck.' flE said their mistress, "glvo mo your flfl sword, Werner! You shall see whoth- IB or I am called Joan of tho Sword for BJ naught. You would torture prisoners. B would...

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 September 1906

wr th-t tikiLLLLLLl IT vJIH aFr &; - It M THE OAKLAND GLOnE. B H i . . . B H The Garland Globe H m Published Every 8aturday at H GARLAND UTAH. H Terms of Subscription: H One ycnr (In advance) $1.60 M Blx raontliH 76 H Threo months 50 H Advertising rates furnished on ap- H plication. H Entorod ah second-darn matter H February 17, 190G, at tho postofllco nl H Oarland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H aross of March 3, 1879. H J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, Sept. 2a, 1906 THIMttttt -fr-t-t"f""t-"t"-"t"t-t- M TO DETECT LEAK IN QAS PIPE. fl Lather of Soap Much Detter Than H Ualng a Match. Tho folly of hunting for a leak In a fl KB8 plpo with a lighted mntch Is not H io much hocauso of the danger of nn H explosion as of other damage, as Is H sho'vn by tho exporlonco of a West H Philadelphia householder last week. H One or two small lenks were detected H by colng over all tho pipes nnd hold- H lng a llghtod match to them. The H smell of gas coased, but was replaced H a fe...

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 September 1906

I NEWS SUMMARY H Fire destroyed the entire business H district of TSburon, Oal., the low be- ing $100,000. H Robbers entered tho bank at Airier, H Minn., blow open tho safe, secured H $10,000 and escaped. H Joseph Fltzpatrlck was shot and I .JrWlid whllo ho was attempting to rob tfTe' Hamilton hotel at Wichita, Kan. Colonel Jakovloff, chlet ot tho trans fer prison at "Warsaw, was shot and killed whllo driving In a cab In tho I c,ty' The Liberal, a dft'.l' newspaper ot Havana, has been i'i-uondc'd by order of the government, and tho editor has H been arrested, I According to a dispatch from Santi ago, Chile, further earthquake shocks have been experienced between Santi ago and Maulo. A cut of cars backed Into a buggy at Fostorla, O., killing M. C. Urlggs. n prominent manufacturer and oil producer, and his wlfo. Dy tho collapso of a garago In course of construction at Mlncola, L. !., three workmen wcro killed and ecven seriously Injured. Five political prisoners have been killed and f...

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 September 1906

T 3 I' ' LB H FADED TO A 8HADOW. 1 Worn Down by Five Years of Suffer. M Ing from Kidney Complaint. H Mrs. Rometlio Myora, of 180 South H Touth St., Ironton, O., says: "I havo H - worked hnrd In my H P tlmo and lmvo boon H I M exposed ngnln and LsH flKw again to chnngcH of H i fmimJ$- WRnl,lor " ,B no H kBrtJ&tiiS wom,or ln' k'diioyB LiH 35ssfcIvXJP eavo 0"t' nn( ' wont H WflMiP' nil to pieces nt Inst. H For Ave years I wan H fadlnR nway nnd finally so weak that H for six months I could not got out H of tho Iioubo. I was norvoiiH, restless H and slcaplcss nt night, nnd lamn and H soro In tho morning. Sometimes H everything would whirl nnd blur be- H foro mo. I bloated so badly I could H not wear tight clothing, and had to H put on shoes two sizes larger than H usual. Tho urlno was disordered and H passages wore dreadfully frequent. I H Kot help from tho first box of Doan's H Kldnoy l'llls, howovor, nnd by tho H tlmo I hnd taken four boxes tho pain H and bloating wns gone. I havo ...

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 September 1906

I NERVOUS WRECK Mrs. Groen Gained 26 Pour da and Rocovered Her Health by Taking Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. General debility is n term thnt covers n niulHtndo of cases where- tliuro is no acuta discfiFo, yet the patient coutinncs toloso strength and tho doctor's medi cines lmvo no nppnreiit effect. This is tho dcclino that leads to death if moans aro not found to check it. In a great majority of cases Dr. 'Williams' Pink fills will check it mid rcstoro health and Ujfccngth becauso thoy'nctually make now f(od and so send rouowed vitality to every organ and tissuo of tho body. Mrs. S. A. Greon, whoso nddrcss Is Box 29, R. P. D. No. 4, Franklin, Ga., eays: "For thrco mid n lmlf years I Buffered with weakness mid nervons uess, complicated with Btoiuach troablo. At times I was confined to my bod for periods rauging from threo weeks to two months and was under tho physician's caio most of tho time for thrco years. I do not know tho emiso of my troablo but I was prostrated with weakness and,...

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 September 1906

b Ir ;v-u ic- ic - , -- - . ,nlL 1 M-ftfrUVlWW - - - " 'H 1 1 I U THE GARLAND GLOBE I 8 H I J THE GARLAND GLOBE I ' I INDKPENDENT. H $ J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I . Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wratt'i Butcher Shop.) H J Entered u conl-el mtter February 17, H 1906, at the poet office t Garland, UUh, under H , the Act of Consrau ef Mrc!i 3, 1879. , Suturday, Sept. 22, 1906 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Don't forget The Foitlgor Studio, tf H A R Smith waa a Urlgham visitor fl Tuesday. H Miss Myrtle Jensen was In Brlghsm H Sunday last. H All kinds of Beer on loc at Rltcr Bros. Drug Storu. J"-1' H J P Holmgren of Hear River City was B In town Monday. Rob Orblaon was an Ogdcn visitor thu M foro part of thu week. W R Vanflctt was a visitor to Ogden H and Salt Lako Thursday. Myruin Jensen of Colllnston whh in town on buslnc. Tuesday. M Mka Lcra Clark went to Logan Snnday H to attend the 11. Y. College. F D Welling returned Sunday from a business trip to Salt Lako City. M Master Gerald JlcFu...

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 September 1906

sBBI BBI HI '''Hi sH 'H PBBBBBT M H -.. H BSSSSs BSSSSSS sssW 'i ' i-'ki.hit.i i 'i . i i , 4 -. i ! pBsyj BBE 4r . , ! i f I 'tit Ti.'f ' . ' "'-' BBI ."bhbTHE GARLAND GLOBE "m I B ,- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE .GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY 'X: ..... . . : ,,, H Vol.1. No. 34. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 20, 1000 H MM - .. . --.... l H Campaign Opens B Tuesday Morning. H 800 Tons Coining In Daily. H Heels In Kxcclteut Condtttoa. Japs Do- ing Hotter Work Both In Topping and Cleaning tbo Beets Than Ever H Before. H Tuesday morning The Utah Sugar H Co's factory In this city began tbo big B campaign aud bat been running smooth- H ly every day this week at a record-break- in log: speed. M . Tim factory' big tmoke stacks are I ' sending forth clouds of black smoke, 1 thecllo ii being filled with pnlp, the I beet sheds are receiving the beets from I the farmer' viugoua and by tbo train I loud, buttle and bustle la evidenced all I around the factory and "busy al...

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 September 1906

H. W- SM- -rW'WWy nil " "'' ' '-- - -mm. u I The Garland Globe M i Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH H l Term of Subscription! A - H Om year (In advance) $1.60 H Mx months 76' H Tare month! ........M, .60' H Advertising rates furnished on appllj M amUoa. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager LLLI ssMBSBaMaaaaanaaaaaaaaassssssssaaawaBwaaaaaaassssss I UTAH STA.TK TOVS H -Fully G.000 pooplo from outside H points wero In Drlgham City on l'oncli H day. H Miss Louisa 0. Tnylor 1ms been op- h . pointed postmaster nt Goshen, Utah H county. H ' Tho First National bank of Pan H gultch has been organized, with a cap H Ital of J2G.000. 1 ' Tho enrollment In tho various M schools of Salt Lnko on tho opening H day was 13,313. fl Tho1 four-year-old daughter of Mon- M roe Wilson, of Lchl, lost ono of her M fingers In n lnwn mower last weok. M Moroni Smith of Heber, has sold his M lambs from the range nt $8.90 per M hundredweight on the Kansas City H market H John Ford, an Ogdcn paporhanger...

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 September 1906

(Copi right, 111)8, 1900, bf S. II. Crockett.) CHAPTER V. I ' k' .- Johann, the Secretary.' ' ' ' ' H &Tcn miles outside the boundary of 'the llttlo hill state of Korn,smorg, the mbaspago of Plassenburg was met by I anothei cavalcade hearing additional I Instructions from the Princeus Hel- one. The leader was a slender youth of middle height, the accuracy of whoso 'form g)ivo evidence of much agility. He was dark-skinned, of nn ollvo complexion, and with black hair I which curled qrisply about his Bmall head. His eyes wero dark nnd fine, looking straight and boldly o,ut upon K alt comers. ' "Your Excellency," he said to the I Ambassador, "I bring you tho most Tecent Instructions from their High nesses Hugo and Helcne of Plassen burg. They sojourn for the time be ing In tho city of Thorn, where they build a now palace for themselves. I was brought from Hamburg to bo one of tho master builders. I1 have Bklll In plans, and I bring you these for your approval and In ordor to go over...

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 September 1906

I bsssB' I M THE OAKLAND OLOBR. H nnVnVnVnVM 111 f I I ...-- I I I' 2 J ; i .... ) H . The Garland Globe Publlahed Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH. H S Term of Subscriptions H On year (In advance) .11.50 H Six montba 76 B Tbreo months 60 Advertising ratos furnished on ap B Entered a eecond-olasa 'matte H February 17, 1906, at the postofflco at H Oarland, Utah, nndor tho Act of Con- H gross of March 8, 1870. H l. A. Wlxom .... Bditor and Manager H Saturday, Sept. 29, 1906 snnnnnnl ALkiktiAiit.iiki.iikkiiktkLL H Things All Should Know. HBVJ Warm borax water applied to tbti scalp HB-B will removo dandruff. HBV A mlxturo in exual parti of Unseed oil HBVJ and vinegar will do wonders in cleaning HBVJ HBVJ Brass work can be kept beautifully HBVJ bright by occasionally rubbing with salt HBVJ and vinegar, H Cold water makes tbo eyes look bright BftVJ ' and keops tbsm strong. HBVJ Rico has a finer flavor if washod In BftVJ hot water Instead of cold, before cook- BftVJ Toothbrushes should bo ...

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 September 1906

I It WESTERN I w PLAINS t T I HOMESTEADEfti1 H Sioux City, 'la. Think of 125 human B roses blooming upon tho prairies of H ' South Dakota! B With their protty hands reddened H and roughened by toil nnd their fair complexions exposed daily to the Un- Hi nlng winds, that number of real socle- ty girls from Des Moines and other J Iowa cities are lending the strencons Hi llfo of the pioneer upon what was for mm mcrly the Itosobud Indian reservation. IB Homebullders in reality, every ono Jl .of these enterprising girls secured a H (quarter section when that territory J was opened to settlers two years ago. J 'Niw they have turned their backs PJ jupon the ballroom and the theater 'and aro herding cattle, tilling the soil and living tho actual llfo of tho prairie H pioneer. U While the majority are farming or I raising cattle, others devote them- 1 selves ito various enterprises. One is I making money and winning a reputa- 1 Uon through tho practice of law; an- jother Ihns become a preache...

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 September 1906

KamAs'j iT"''.''"" """v I 1 Good Jokes M A Relief Movement. H "Sir," Bold tlio aggrieved music- BH to.iclior to tho philanthropist who lived H In tlio apartment beneath him, "you H " agice'd (o pay mo for all my tlma pro- H ldo.l that I dootod It only to the pu- H plls you should sond mo." H "I did," acknowledged tho phllan- H tlirofilst pleasantly. H "Volt Rnvo mo to understand It was H In connection with your work along H cotraln lines of relief." H "That Is H "Vet tho only pupils you hao iont H mo nrc armless pooplo, who cannot HH powlbly use a piano," H "1 Know, t m.iy havo omitted to H mention that I was doing thlu for my H own rullef." Judge. H An Opportunity for Rest. H Wo como upon tho Idle Humor, Ink- H ing Its cnuu In ft quiet spot. H "Itow now?" wo say with nn air of H chiding. "Why thin lack of Industry? H Thin Is no way to got along In tho H world lying around lllco a Blusgnrd, H ns though there woro nothing for you H to "I was qulto lmsy yesterday," yawns H tho Idlo Uu...

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 September 1906

NORTHWEST .NOTES H Cantaloupes have been tho most B profitable, crop ttutho Yakima .yalloy, B of Washington, this yeay Tho .first 'carloaV Scnt'lntc Clilcafed'broiighlflb' H n crate. H Ira L. Freudonthal of tho quarter-. m master's department, Manila, charged, fl . according to, dispatches, with mlsap- m .proprJatlng funds, was appointed from, H WVomIn."'Hdiindecn-i)roVion'sen'' H oic- H! r D. II. Johnson, a laborer at the round- H houso at Laramie, Wyo., had his left H nrm taken off, under tho wheels of an H engine Ho was In tho ash pit under K the engine ftnd:laldrl!IJ hannTacros'B' the rail. J? J 9 " y j Governor JessoF. McDonnld of Col H orndo, has called a dry farming con-. 8 grcss, to be held In Denver November H 22, 23 nnd 24 this year. Itopresonta H tlon Is Invited from all states west of I' tho Missouri river. I Mtzvllle, forty-seven miles west of Spokane,, fs said, to be tho largest In I itlal wheat shipping point In tho world. I Last year tho receipts thcro amount I cd.to...

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