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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 January 1907

HK I . Z -ki- H Br THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. H ) A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wralt'a Butcher Shop.) Hfl Gntered aa Keond-clan matter February 17, H 1906, at th pot office at flarland. Utah, under H the Act of Connre of March 3,tl87J. 1 Suturday, Jan'y 12, 1907. ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Good slolghlng this week and more HJ enow coining. H MclvlnRlchof Salt Lako City vraa in HJ town Tuesday. H A. J.FIfo went to Malad Wednesday HH evening on business. H Ruttcr pnper for solo at tills ofllco HJ 20cts per hundred sheets. HI II. Nelson, ono of tho Dox Elder News H forro, spent Saturday in this city. Hi Drand Mrs J. M. Frnncko returned HI Wednesday from the stnto capital. HI Mrs. Lucy A. Clark of Garland was in HH Drlgham on business Friday. Report. HH Miss Ellen Holmes of Ogdcn, sister of HJ "Win Holmes, is visiting In this city. HI Henry Manning loft Tuesday to attend H the 1), Y. Collego at Logan. HJ Wines and Liquors for Medicinal ...

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. — 19 January 1907

I -"bbbbhbi I O I bH I -BBB-fBE- GARLAND GLOBE " I H ' " ' ' i . I.-. ,.-- '.' '-, .-,' '. ,.! ,i , , i . . ..i- .. . . ,--. ,..,. ,.. ,- --..,.. ...,' -i. .. 1, H I J I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H .Vol. I. No. 48. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 1 9, 1907 I Campaign Drawing I To a Close. J 8upt. T. II. Edwards Informed us H yesterday that tbo factory campaign was BJ ucarlng tho end that tbo season's crop of beets wxuld bo all cut January 26th 01 BJ S7th. and tho factory closed about Feb. BJ 1st. Most all of the bceU are now At tho factory sheds. Over 78,000 tons of beets BJ havu been cut up to tho present date. HJ Tho rampnlgn Iihh been a very success BJ fill one, the rccotd being much better than in pervious years. Considerable J credit is duo tho Agricultural department H and tho farmers of tho BearRlvsr Valley n nihking tho, season's crop a world BJ record-brcokcr. The employees have BJ given general satisfaction, and have Bj ...

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. — 19 January 1907

H - - . .- -- HHHI HHF-' IH K - n hh 11 m H The Garland Globe H PublUhed Every Saturday at H OARLAND .... UTAH HH Terms of Subscription: HH Ono year (In advanco) $1.60 HH Six months 75 HH Thrco months 50 HH Advertising rates furnished on appll- HHJ H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager CHINESE DEVOLUTION IS BECOMING SERIOUS SSSSSSJ HI HHJ Mlttlonarlea, Traders and German HHJ Coal Miners at the Plnghlang Coal HHJ Mines Have Fled to Shanghai. HHl Victoria, B. C Tlio revolution In HHJ Central China has becomo of a for- HH midablo nature, according to advices H received by tlio stoamcr Empross of HHl Japan. Sun Yat Son, hero of tho Chi- HHl peso legntlon in London whon tho HHl British govornment provontcd his at HHl rent thero by tho Chinese- ombassodor, HHJ is stated to bo at tho head of tho HHb revolution. - HH Missionaries, traders and Gormana HH employed at tho Plnhlang coalmines, HH nave all fled to Shanghai, whoro Am- HHJ erlcan, British, German and Japaneso HH gunboats wera. Tlio robo...

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. — 19 January 1907

YsB Hb , (Copyright, 1898, 1900, by g. R. Crockett) CHAPTER XX. Continued.. HH "So good a fortuno from ao wlso a soothsayer deserves this!" HH And 8ho kissed tho Chancellor frank- HH ly on tho mouth; HH "I caro for nothing now I have got- ten my will!" said the Princes Mar- garct, nodding her head to tho Father HJ as he went out. HH For the' golden lamp was burning itself out, nnd without in tho dark tho V Alia said "Hush!" llko a mother who BV soothes her1 children to sleep. H CHAPTER XXI. HH A Perilous Honeymoon. HH Never was day so largely aid glo- HH rlouBlybluo slnco Courtland was a HH city as tho first morning of the mar- HB rlcd life of Maurlco and Margatet von HH Lynar, Count and Countess von Loon. HH The summer floods had subsided, and HH tho tawny dyo had clean gono out of HH tho Alia, which was now as clear as BV aquamarine, and laved rather than BV fretted tho dark green piles of tho BB Summer Palace. BB Tho Princesses (so thoy said with- BB out) woro more than over Inse...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 January 1907

I I M . THE GARLAND QLOBE. J BaaaaaaB 7 . -.. --- -- .--. -.-, --- - - . - - . . ... - . - i i i i i i i i -t"-i - " ' BaTarJ I The Garland Globe m PubllthH every Saturday at M OAKLAND UTAH, BBB I Ii Tt I H Term of Subscription! H One yr (In advanco) $1.60 H Six month! i .75 H Three months i . SO H Advertising ratea furnlshod oa as H ftllcatlon. B ii ' ' H Entored a aecond-cIasH matt fl February 17, 1900, at tho pdstofflco at H Oarland, TJtnh, under tho Act of don H gross of March 3, 1870. M I, 'A. WlKorrJ .... Editor and Manager M Saturday, Jnn'y 19, 1907 BBB BBBHi BHJU-Ui-LUl- lU UIU.Il-l.UJ-U M TOO MANY COOKS' ON THE JOB. M Which la One Reason Why Food Wae H Flavored with Soapsuds. H That "too many cooks spoil the H broth" was proved to a family recent H ly, when tho mothor went away loav H lng tho dlnnor already cooked with H directions for warming and serving It H properly. In her note, tho mother H stated that the soup was In a pitch H er In tho refrigerator. The first to H ar...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 January 1907

BBBflBS "n flBflfl IbbI flBI "IB BBi H B ' """" " - annl PASSENGERS ON A I STREET CAR WEEP. IH YE8 FILL WITH TEAR8, YET THEY ARE NOT SAD. H AMUSING LITTLE COMEDY B -Women Try to Hide Their Emotion BB While Leaking Bottle of Formalde- flflj hyde, from Under a 8eat Con- BB tlnuet to Do tta Duty. flflj Omaha. A health department at- (ache, a bottlo of formaldehyde, four lousowlves, a hospital nurse and a BJ conductor cot out of the rut the other J morning In a Sherman avenue street H car and sustained tho action of an H lamuslng little comedy. H E. C. Damon, of the city health de- H partment, was returning on the car H -with his fumigating tools and, lnad K jvertently, loosened the stopper of a H bottlo of formaldehyde, which ha H placed Insldo tho car while he enjoyed H tho scenery from tho rear platform. B Four women Inside the car soon bo- H gan to think there was something H wrong with their lachrymal glands, as H tho escaping formaldehyde addressed H both their olfactory and optic...

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. — 19 January 1907

HHJjJSitfBpaijSiMri Of T5W'"-J"1 - - HHHHHHHJ RfV HHH,! HMr ' 'I P "hb l How Does Your ' '; Watch Co? H . N We soil thorn for vary llttlo that H t -ars gunrantood tlmokoepora. H - ''illarMAIN ST. H I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. H ' Coat Under a School. HHJ A seam of coal tins been found under HHJ , portion of tho Klrkby-lu-ABhflcld HHJ But Council school, Nottingham, Eng- HHJ land, and It has bcon decided by tho HHJ NotU educational committee, subject HHJ ' to Uie approval of the board ot cdu- HHJ , Mtlon, to sell this to tho lluttorloy HHl lolllcry for 65. Tho liability for any HHl wtttement of the buildings In conso- HHl auenco of tho taking or thu coal will, HHl ' U Is stated, lie with thu company. HHM Foolish Finance. HHl "Now, dar'B Ilruddcr Squallopl" H hyporcrltlcally said old Ilrothor Brown- back. "Dat man don't 'pear to havo no no sonso dan a musslful Provldenco HHl qnglncrly 'stows on young wbeolbar- HHl rorol Ho beats his wife Law-suzz! V ( ain't aa) In' she don't need It, uh-k...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 January 1907

B wbsi ssissssssBBsiaaiiBBiiasisiwjjj aaK r.KH M ' : tlHIH m SIMPLE FORMULA Hrescription of an eminent m 8peciali8t 13 given. Hecetaary Ingredients Cost Little K and Can Be 8ecured at Any Good K Druo 8tore Will Break a B Cold Quickly. B Mix halt ounco of the Pure Virgin K)iLof Pino with two ouiicca of glycer- mjfeand half a pint of good whisky; Khakq well and use In teaspoonful IHIoucb; A noted authority on diseases B( tho throat and lungs who catab- lshcd a camp for consumptives In the ' Hfclne woods of Maino, declares that Hthe abovo formula will heal the lungs and cure any cough that Is curablo. IPt wly break up a cold In twenty-four hours. Tho Ingredients can bo bo- jHcurcd from any good prescription dnigglst at small cost. B Virgin Oil of Pino (Pure) Is put up Honly In half-ounco vials for diaper Balng; each vial is socurcly sealed In a round wooden case with engraved wrapper, showing tho name Virgin Oil of Pino (Pure) prepared only by H Leach Chomlcal Co., Cincinnati, O plainl...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 19 January 1907

WW F - .. ' THE GARLAND GLOBE I f , , THE GARLAND GLOBE p INDEPENDENT. J A. "Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. ?, h Telephone No 22k jjf (Formttly Wratt'a Butcher Shop.) I Htt Entered u Mcond-cIiM nutter P.bruary IT, ''' ' 2L'' ,9M' th t01 ""ei tl Garland. Utah, under r RT . tht Act bfCowrre of March 3.'187. Hi- , ,, t W. Saturday; Jan'y 19, 1907. t B. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Wp Merchant M. A. Bootno was a Brigham , Wt visitor Sunday. ', K W. J. Flfo returned from a trip to K t Wi Nebraska yesterday. H ' ' Butter paper for sale at tbls ofllco K K SOcts per hundred sheets. ty W Mrs. Mary A. Vanflcet returned to her "' Wm ' homo In Farmlngtoii Friday morning. $ p' Wines aifd Liquors for Medicinal pur ft ' L. poses at Illtcr Bros Drug Storo. JD-tf E&, Contractor M. A, Anderson made a Ex trip to his homo In Brigham Sunday, m- Mr. and Mrs. James Jensen aro visiting S1' Wt relatives In Paradise, Utah, this week. tl- . FOUND Ladle's fur. Call and pay ' , K? for this notice and get tho same at thi...

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. — 26 January 1907

HHaiBSb, '''bVbbVhhs1hsh' I ' Si hbBBa 4 hbJ HB1 Bfl I nm THE GARLAND GLOBE "Mai I B 7 ' "' i n " ' I. , iii i in i. ii i i - i - i ii i i i - - i i i i , , . i V i i r m ii B HL ........ .., .,-! .. i ,,,, . . I .I.,... .......I..,! I...., ...,! t..l.. .1.1.. Ill- I !- 'UN Ill .lMMWII IIIIIIM. !!. I .. I ll I I B . I 1 . .- Ml . BBB H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H BBBB mmm ' "" " - - - i I, i i , i i i i i i i i i i ii 1 1 i j i I. i ii i i i i - - -. . - J- - . . j . i i i i i i n ii ii n a i mi i j in flBBsl BBBB BBBsi B V01,1' No. 49. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday. Jan. 26, 1907 B Wedding Bell,. hbBe B IlinonAM-LAHUH. HI Wednesday at the Salt Lako Temple HB . the marriage of Ludvlg Larsen and Miss BH Minnie Bingham, both' of this city, BH wm aolcmiilicd. They rcturencd homo HB the satno evening, v. BH Mr Larsen it the aon of Mrs Mary Lar- BBf en who resides In the northern part of HB ' BH Miss Bingham Is the daughter of Mr. BH mi) M...

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. — 26 January 1907

I 1 The Garland Globe M w Published Every Saturday at K GARLAND UTAH H " Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) ..1.50 B " Six months 75 H t Throo months r0 B . Advertising rates furnished on nppll- H J. A. WJxom. lu... Editor and Manager TREASON CRY IS RAISED AMONG WOOL-GROWERS B Prominent 8heepmen Charged With B Having Been Silenced by Govern- M v ment Agents with Promises B of Special Privilege. B Salt Lnka City. A sensation was H sprung on tho dolegateB to the B forty-third annual convention of tho National Woolgrowors' association In B session In this city last week, B j that may develop Into tho most start- B ! ling chargoB'thatJjavo over been made B against Influential members of h na- B tlonal livestock organization In this B country. B It Is charged that half a dozen of B tn0 nl0Ht Influential western shcepmon M who!' "ntll recently, wcro bitter In B their, denunciations of forest rcservo B regulations and proposed federal con- B trol of western grazing lands, havo ...

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. — 26 January 1907

B BBBBj Bh '' BB fl '1 J0AN1)I ' Bflfl (Copyright. 1JJ8, 1900, by B. It. Crockett.) Bflfl CHAPTER XXI, Continued. flflflj At this point an offlccr camo swift BBS 1y across tho parterre and stood with flfl uncovered head by the steps ot the Bflfl terrace, waiting for permission to ns- flBB y cend. The Prlnco summoned htm flflflj wlth a movement ot his hand. Bfl "What news?" he said; "have the Bflfl Udlfs jot left tho Summer Palace?" flflflj "No, my lord," answered tho officer flfl earnestly; "but Johannes Ilodo of tho flfl Princess Margaret's household nas fl, come with a message that the plnguo I has broken out there, and that tho BB Lady Princess Is the first stricken." flflfl "Which Princess?" demanded Ivan, flflj with an Instant Incision of tone. flflfl "The Lady Joan, Princess of Court flflflj land, your Highness," replied tho man, without, however, looking at the flflB Prince of Muscovy. Bfl "The Lady Joan," cried tho Prlnco flflj Louis, "she Is HI? Sho has brought flflj tho Bl...

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. — 26 January 1907

aafl aaaBF H E7- M 1 THB GARLAND OLODG. H HI? The Garland Globe Kl l-ubllehatt Evtry Saturday at ff BARLAND . . UTAH. ttjjgV- Terms of' 8uberlptlon: 1k' Dot year (In odYanco) 11.(0 Egg; Biz months' 75 W JeThree months , .60 fc jD ' Advertising ratea furnlshod'on ap- KHp! - plication. Hp' i ii WW' Entered aii second-class matte rM, , February 17, 1900, at the poatofflco at T Oarland, Utab, under the Act of Don lit , grata of March 8, 1879. iH ' ii,, K p if. A. Wlxem .... Editor and Manager Iff-S : Saturday, Jan'y 36. 1907 m Our Public 11 Schools. fet ;', Editor Olobo: P ,, ' We have sent you a fow articles for your D paper from different places where wo fr' , havo been when tho fuvur to wrlto hap (P pened to strike, and in knocking about, jh.. and from observation and Inquiry havo If' I Icarnad tbo fow facts that wo have tried Ik to mention In such a mnuncr aa to bo Ik , easily understood. These suggestion B " ! i have chiefly bocn along IIuiiucIhI Hues. I j ' There aro other questio...

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. — 26 January 1907

bVBbV a H HflBRf 'H BflR ".Ba j ' flflflflfl c , B OTAh" STATE NEWS HBflBY Tho new Charabor ot iCommerco HBflBBnilldlng ot Salt uiko City, was thrown Bfl-flflopsn to the public on tho 14th. BflLflE The thirty-sixth annual convocation Bof (ho Grand Lodgo F. and A. M. ot BflflfljUtah, was held In Salt Lake City HBflBf last week. BflBV Clifford Burbrldge, aged 8, ot Salt BIBB Lako City, la dead as tho result ot be HBBlng struck by a Bnowball, the blow HjBlng brain fever. HBflfl The Ogden teachers and pupils aro HBflfl to bo hauled to school in cabs and BIB carriages while the street cars nre HBflfl tied up by snowstorms. Hflflfl Peter Homers, a Mexican, wus found HBflHJ by the railroad track near Illvcrsldo flHflfl with both feet badly frozen and was HflflB taken to an Ogden hospital. HBfl At Fay and Gold Springs tho snow HflflB is reported to be three to four feet HflflB deop and much difficulty is expert Hflflfl esced In keeping open mall communl HflflB cation with those points. HHfl...

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. — 26 January 1907

LbVAbbW bVbVbI ' " H bbV H H TERRIBLE TO RECALL. H Flv Week In Bed With Intensely HJ Painful Kidney Trouble. HJ Mrs. Mary Wagner, of 13G7 Kossuth avfnuo, Bridgeport, Conn., says: "I LH t was so weak- cned and gener ally run down with kidney dis ease that for a long tlmolcould not do my work and was five . weeks in bed. Thoro was con tinual bearing down pain, ter rible backaches, bmm headaches and HI at times dizzy spoils when ovorythtng HI was a blur before inn. The passages HH ol tho kldnoy secretions woro Irregu- H lar and painful, and there was con- H alderable sediment and odor. I don't H know what I would havo dono but H for Doan's Kidney Pills. I could see M an improvement from tho first box, H and flvo boxes brought a final cure." H Sold by all dcalors. 60 cents n box. H Fostor-Mllburn Co., Iluffalo, N. Y. H Makes Plea for Dance. H It seems a very great pity that some M determined effort cannot bo mndo to M make dancing moro popular. Nowa- m days, when exercise Is a kind of r...

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. — 26 January 1907

HOUSEHOLD FRIEND. .LWmmL T mKt i ifrTiirr fiPflKOHEIi laBt& BBBBBaBai S?7Sk Vt1 'y$ ""fto sn ddwaaaaaJfaaBBHEvflH o?iE? WPfftf V'Si Peruna is a household friend in more t an a million homes. This number is increasing' every day. Peruna has hccomS. a household word all over ihe English speaking world. It is an old tried-remedy for all 'ca- tai rhal diseases of ihe head, throat, lungs, stomach, kidneys, bladder and female organs. Ask Your Druggist tor Free Peruna Almanac for 1907. Woman It 'AdveiUurouaJ . A In proof of, tho, assertion jnade.b the German authorities that all Is well well In Morocco, an officer of the re cent Gorman expedition to Fez tells how, In the heart of Morocco, he had met nn English woman tourlnK alone. This fearless woman Is Mrs. Frances V. Campbell. She lajreported'to havo tralBcd all the way 'across Morocco I on jrarsohnok, with rto Vthcr escort I than a few servants. n I Keeps Young by Outdoor Exercise. I Although James Brycc, tho new I DrltlBh ambassado...

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. — 26 January 1907

aaaKw 1 IB I I: I '' THE GARLAND GLOBE I ! I j, ' THE GARLAND GLOBE mf INDEPENDENT. H J A.WtxoM, . . Editor nnd Mngr. Hj Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wy att'a Butcher Bhop.) 72. K Entered as econa'-elaai natter February H. Hlc IMS, at the poet cfflee at Garland. Utah, under Hf Ska Aet of Conereee of March 3.187. H? Saturday, Jau'y 26, 1907. i ITEMS OF INTEREST. H TM F.vans of Urlghani u in town H1 Monday. H Mrs. Harriett Hmlth Is vlsltlag relatives H la Ogdco. Hj Dan Parry of Urigbaui City mi In V town yesterday. f Jos. Jensen of Jensen Bros., wu Salt Hj Lako visitor Monday. H Win. Preston spent the fort part ol the M week In Weston, Ids. H Mrs. P A Nordqulst went to Ogdcn Friday morning to visit relatives. H Mr F T Flinders of Hooper Is the guest H of berpsrcnts.MrandMrsN LBrown. H Mn. Lewis Smith of Ilrlgham, mother H: of A. II. Hmlth, spent Tuesday In this M city. H FOUND-Udle's fur. Call and pay U for this notice and get the same at this H ofQce. Fob Sal House and two lots on 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. — 2 February 1907

I - - '! , H PrV- ,Add !,our nun to oor l M LF H I kl H fl H BC Dl Envelop., C.rd, llutter Wrp- ' iittofiubKritwn to-day nd B- l m a w . I Vl mm Br- Pl BB1 tthatOBK&2timywfor H H .. Ml JL H B I B B B B B B B B B B at thi office ami can Mtury your J th sum of On Dollar and a IUV A Wl T B WL B f I B B P B. B B f B. f B B B V wanUandEuaranWeanUXatclon DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H BB ' i i t i i.i m I. i i - i i i it i - i i ii i i i i i t SWBVS B Vol. I. No. 52. Published ot Garland, Utah. Saturday, Peb'y 2, 1907 M B . . . . . . . . . . , ' mmmmmmm I Sugar Factory I Campaign Over. H At 11 o'clock last ouuday evening the H big beet sllccr at the SugRt Factory On ished cutting the season's crop of bceU H and will take a rest until noxt Septcm H bcr. The big smoko stacks cease to pour H out their clouds of black smoke and Tuesday at 11 a. m. tho factory whs steamed off. All the employees except tho yearly men, have quit, drawn their B time chec...

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. — 2 February 1907

'-. f . THE GARLAND OLOBE. L ! .--.. . ...... . - . . Bhfe, The Garland Globe I Published Every Saturday at E bARLAND . UTAH. $,, f , . CV Jb Term of Subscription: IIM , One- year (In advanco) ..'. fl.50 &'. ,', Six montfcB . .. .75 EL Three months .50 ffiKf F Advertising rates furnlshod on np Kkj' fcllcatlon. g& - ' . . H' Entered mi second-class mattef lb i February 17, 190G, at tho postolTlco at pk mf Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- W ,, B gross of March 3, 1879. R.V W . " Pi IJ J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager ft? w ian 'i " K j if, ?; Saturday, Feb'y 2, 1907 K' This issue of the Garland Globe pf.- I completes volumn one, fifty-two Bv 1 issues having been printed and RrtSjv; circulated during the past year. mmm) We have not missed coming out BHlIl regularly each Saturday since the KfaL ' establishment of the paper and BfJ?' that too, on time; During the a&h past year we have made improve- mJ: ments in the paper, added new pO I type and material to the office ...

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. — 2 February 1907

j -'p-l THE GARLAND GLOBE ' ' ' J M 4. M PEWB IN OLD MEETING H0U8E. Ages, Sexes and Condition! Careefully Segregated by Our Ancestors. Around three sides about on & lovel with tho pulpit In the old meotlng house at Hatfield extended the gal lerlee, reacbl by staircases on the northeast and southeast corners, where In the front scats sat tho sing ers, trebles on tho north and basses on tho south, and counters and tenors on the cast. Tho next two rows of Feats were occupied by children, girls Inktho north and boys In tho south, sa frollcsomo youngsters they wero, If wo miy Judgo by tho frequency with which tho town wns obliged to renew tho brass tips to tho staves of the tithing men, three of whom wore al ways on duty to keep the youth from dlsordor. Behind tho children and still higher, In squaro pews against the wall, sat tiie young men and maidens, tho latter on tho north and the formor on the south. Ono gallery pew was reserved for colored men and ono for colored women, and, q...

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