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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 26 September 1918

bbbbbbh bbbbbbb bbbbbbs bbbbbbb: bbbbbbb BBBBB H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH BRIEF REVIEW OF 11 lEire HEIITS H RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT BBfl HAPPENINGS IN ITEM- BBI IZED FORM BSBj Home and Foreign Newa Gathered BBBj From All Quarter of the World, BBS and Prepared for Busy Men H INTERMOUNTAIN. BBVj The fodc nil grand Jury In session nt BBj Ilolso. Ida., Indicted Wlllliim Sehitek- BSBJ nor, propel tor of u local nrt store, Mini BBbJ 1-. Fcldmmi, ii pawnbroker, charged BBfl with utterances tending -to promote BSBJ the cnusu of tin; wit'iny. BBBj Thirty eases of Iniltiuti7.li among -() BBfl Montana men In the tinny technical BBfl k:1ioo1 nt tliu University of Colorado, BBfl nt llouldcr, were reported Saturday, BBI mill ii fraternity house was taken BBbJ over for use its a temporary hospital. BSBJ Fire of an origin ns yi't untlctcr- BBI mined destroyed the Denver & Jtlo BBI Grande freight depot, Icehouse iind a BBI number of smaller ralli-onil buildings BBfl nt (Iriiml .Itit...

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. — 26 September 1918

. THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH M $ g J? - ' j The Kaiser as I. Knew Him z, I JJ American Dentist T 13 X ' tUo KaUer from 1 For Fourteen Years I iAgs" I JJi I V (Copyright, 1913, by tho McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) CHAPTER II. Continued. 2 "And then," tho knlscr wont on, "when their grcnt offcnslvo was within n week of being launched wo broke through their lines on a slopo 3,000 feet high, covered with snow, whero they couldn't bring tip their reserves or new guns, and wo surrounded thorn t "Wo took practically everything they possessed food enough to feed our cntlro army without catling upon our own supplies at nil. Nove'r before had our armies seen such an accumulation of ammunition. I must certainly go down to bco" ft. , "Wo cut off their northorn retreat nnd, as they swung their army to tho south, wo captured 00,000 of them up to their knees In tho rlco fields. Ono , of tho grcnt mistakes they mado was ' In carrying their civilian refugees with them clogging their narro...

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. — 26 September 1918

IV H r LL. .....I... ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, OARLAND,-UTAH ' - '" . . H I ; THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE ; H ! THURSDAY, SEP. 26th, 1918. aal i I LOCAL HAPPENINGS M "Keep the Homo.Firos Burning" H Fred Coffinnn spent Sunday H in Ogden. H W. F. Persson wnB a passen- H ger to Salt Luke yesterday. H o M Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Limb were H Brlgham City visitors yesterday. M Mrs. O. It. Korth visited Brlg- H ham City a day or two this week. H Miss Irene Davis left last week M to attend tho'B. Y. College at H Logan. H Mrs. Mary A. Vanlleet rcturn- H cd to Farmlngton yesterday, af- H ter a visit hero H Louis Bingham went to Ogden H Monday and his wife was a pas- H scnger to Ogden Tuesday. H Winter Apples For Sale H Jonathan and other varieties. M A. A. Munns, Garland North It H It. T. Shaw and wife motored H to Logan Wednesday evening, H returning Thursday evening. H Miss Jcnnio Peterson of Brlg- H ham City, was a last Saturday H and Sunday guest of Miss An- H nio Munns. H A nine-pound boy arrived ...

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. — 17 October 1918

HI 1 ' I I ' It " ; f4f " " KP i. ' 'B IAMCIAL CENTER OF TIIH3 GREAT BlDAR RIVER VALLEY ' ' ' I inni7 rw irin D0NT forsot ' road i I I II m I w ll 1 S U m-4 i th0 advertisements In J ' I ,1 1 W II ISrS F I this papor. It moans J WA I 1 SILy MJF Mj dollars to you. J - ALLEY LIKE- ft BLANKET I )AY, OCT. 17th, 1918 . No. 38. ' I We Must Go I Over the Top H o H County Chairman John D. H Peters of the Fourth Liberty Hf 'Loan Campaign haB received the H ' following telegram from State i Chairman Hcbor J. Grant which H ought to cause an awakening H . among the peoplo of this city and H ' the county generally: Hj John D. Peters, H , Conuty Chairman ' Box Eldor County sadly be- H hind. Pleaso urge every com- H mittoeman to devote-all of his H time this week to this work. H YOur county must not be a M "slackor." M HEBER j. GRANT, H Stato Chairman. I Republican I Primary H The Republicans of the Sun- H set (Garland) precinct met in H. tlie council chambers of - the H Bank of Garland Wednesday ...

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. — 17 October 1918

aVBeH H ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' - I ' History of I PastWeek H The News Happenings of H Seven Days Paragraphed m m M INTERMO'JNTAIN. H Two crosses o'f St. George and pa- H per found In the effects of n ship- H yard laborer, who died from influenza H In n lioHpltnl nt Heattlc,' Identified him, H pollco wild, as Lieut. Klrlll 1). LiiRldlzc, H furmcr comuiiiuder of tlio llUBslnii sub- 1 marine lCuguur. H Complete military victory over tlio H (ierinuns wan the keynote of tlio Mb- H crty day program at Cnmp Lewis, Oe- M tober 12. In thrco big ntlilctlc fields H moro (linn 40,000 soldiers mid civilian H visitors listened to speakers attack tlio H (termini militaristic system nnd Inud tliu forward moves of tlio nlllcs. H Though reports received by the state H board of health Indicate a spread of H Spanish Influenza throughout the H stale of Utah, no occasion for hysteria H exists, according to statements made H by Dr. T. D. Iteatty, state liealth com- H mlxMoncr. Twelve hu...

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. — 17 October 1918

fjflHHHB --.-'- iSjft ""C ' ,1 flfljflfll Ll 3Wma i" . i-'"in i u.iii j.-,,.. .,,,. . t srrliagte.r:- - . . -v .-., jjU--a7:T:t-"H I I A -J flH . THE GARLAND CITyfGLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' . ' i I Helpless as a Baby i Bent Liko an Old Man and I Suffered Terribly-Quickly (j Cured by Doan's. t Jno. Ulcumlcc, Jr., 2553 CourtlnAd I. St., Chicago, IIL, Bays: "I was I , down with- ray bock suffering from I lumbago. I walked HLo an old man, f all bent over. My back pained I f, terribly and .when I ( m moved my arms my l back hurt I finally f UtIi, 2 ,iau t0 so to bed and T$r 'ust 'c,t fl'ck n" ovcr i 3&1- nna" wns helpless ns a I fl1s2dflT baby. My kidneys act- I Trhllr ccI to frc1ucnt'y tho 1 " secretions were scanty B rtr. Blttak nni i,Bi,iy colored. I " had terrible pains In tho back of my head and I felt drowsy all tho time. I finally used Doan's Kidney Tills and soon felt ono hundred per cent better. When I finished tho ono box I was entirely cured. Tho t pains left my bade and head ...

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. — 17 October 1918

H - THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH -- I I NOTICE TO PROSPECTIVE BUILDERS I I ' NEW GOVERNMENT BUILDh'vG REGULATIONS H M n have been adopted and all dealers in building material H 1,,,:;.-' have been requested by the Government to co-operate in H Jai&i&j. t " putting these regulations into effect, as follows: , H j K HO ;PERiv1IT REQUIRED FOR H 7 - f""i 'A , JVC" M " '-."I ' ' '- ' '3ffA' "''; , ';.' " J&m. Repairs and extensions to existing buildings, involving U ; 1. 'l not m excess of $2500-00. s M - 4tM. ' . iSHS? ' Completion of building, construction or which is already - U '" 1 f '? .- tm underway. y - ' ''"S&te'AL!"' -fV r r- ".VS New farm buildings of any kind- not costing in eccess of- '- U ' : X?T "f ' " " ; ll $1 00'00" - R '."''afe&t f Buildings and other structures directly connected with mines Q Bl&P J producing coal, metals and ferro-alloy minerals. H THE GOVERNMENT REQUIRES OUR PLEDGE D . f ' . that we will not furnish lime, cement plas...

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. — 17 October 1918

tLiai y ; THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH H if uNGirrars ff . ADVICE ON FLU! k U. S. Publio Health Service Issues Official Health Bulletin l: on Influenza. l"s tClATESf WORD ON SUBJECT. lift . jKpldemlo Probably Not Spanish In. M ; Origin Germ Still Unknown Peo-i ft " j pis Should Guard Against "Droplet , t! i Infection" Burgeon General Blue ' Makei Authoritative Statement ' vr , . ' Washington, D. 0. (Special.) Al ' (though King Alfonso of Spain wns one of tlio victims of iho Influenza opt- ,,- 'domic In 1803 and again this sumuior, i' '' jSpanlsh nuthorltlos rcpudlnto any ,t iclalm to lnfluenm as a "Spanish" dls- :caso. If tho peoplo of this country do ' ' ' hot tnko caro tho epidemic will be- icomo so widespread throughout tho (United States that soon we shall hear the dUcuso called "American" Infill- "- ,nwi. yr . In rcsponso to a request for dcflnlto , ' 'Information concornlng Spanish lnflu 'i W"" ,enra, Surgeon Qcneral Ilupert Bluo of i -t"' ,t.ho Ul Sl Pub,lc Health Sc...

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. — 17 October 1918

I H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH . I WILSON'S PEACE I TEFIMS Wiiirill THE I GE1KCEPT H All Invaded Territory to He H Evacuated and Freedom of H Seas to All Nations. M Belgium to Oe Restored, French Terrl- m tory Freed, Independent Polish m State Erected and Russia Qlven M Chance to Become Free Nation. B The fourteen terms nf pence set H down by President WHboii in his nil- M dress of January 8, und ncecpted' by H Itiu Germans, mid the uddltluiml "four H points" outlined hy him In tils lit. M Vernon speech of July 4, nro ua fol- M 1. Open covenants of pence, openly M arrived nf, after which (hero shall ho m no private luteruntlonnl understand- M IiiKrf of any kind hut. diplomacy shall B proceed always frankly utid In tlio pub- fl He view. M II. Absoluto freedom of navigation fl uNn tlio seas, outside territorial wn- H tern, alike In peaco and In war, except J um the sent) may bo closed In whole or M In part by International action for the ! ciifnrccmcnut of International cov...

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. — 17 October 1918

p . I I THE GARLAND CITY GLODS, i TtLANP, UTAH . M - i ibh . . . .: ' " imi t-in - i ' . i - -- I, .JZZZZ.r " " " "-" 1 . -4 . '4jMtBBHtWMMBHBMtWBt The Kaiser as I Knew Him for Fourteen Years t By ARTHUR N. DAVIS. D. D. S. American Dentist to the Kaiser from 1904 to 191 8 . .. . . . s"ssataiiisis (Copyright, I91S, by the McCluro Nowipaper Syndicate) CHAPTER VII. The. Japanese. According to tho talk of tho German diplomats beforo tho war tho expecta tion was that Japan's power would bo used against America at tho first op portunity. Whether tho object of this campaign was to stir up troublo bo - twecn Japan and America or only to waken this country to n senso of tho danger which tho Germans professed to bellovo threatened her I don't know. I do know, however, that prospect of a Japanese-American war seemed to worry tho Germans considerably moro than It worries us. Tho day England declared war against Germany, August 0, 1014, tho Prinoo von Plcss called to seo mo pro fessionally. "Tho...

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. — 17 October 1918

H if H H H " " THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE. QARLAND, UTAH -.--.- laaaaal - -- - - - - I the garland city GLOBE i H ' THURSDAY, OCT. 17th, 1918 H ? i I LOCAL HAPPENINGS H "Keep the Homo Fires Burning" H Miss Alta Harris went to Og- H ten yesterday. H Geo. Hadlcy vas a passenger H to Brlgham CityvMonday. H Carl M. Smith went to Brlg- H ' liam City on business Monday. H John,E. Baird of Brlgluim was H a Garland visitor last Saturday. H i o H Ray S. Welling was in the H county scat on business Monday. H Carl Rogers made a trip to H Malad City, Idaho, one day last H H o H W. L. Grover canio into town H from his rauqh in Promontory H Monday. H John J. Shuruwny and J. H. H Archibald motor-id to Iognn on H business Monday. H Mrs. Charlotte Tims and Mrs. H John Tims of Plymouth, were H Garland visitors Monday. m o H Tho many friends of Hoyt H Mowry will bo pleased to learn H tlmt ho has landed safely "ovcr- H sens." H This has been a "wet" week. H Wednosday night's thunder H shower or downpour wa...

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. — 31 October 1918

GARLAND CITY THE METROPOLISCOMMERCIAL AITO"1fJaNCIAL CENTER OP TIIID GREAT BIfiAR RIVER VALLEY ; W, ' ! ADVERTISE. In the miVfl A A Ik T W Z- 11P1I J II fWW DON'T forget to read j , 1 msp THE GARLANI CITY GLOBE 5.7-1 COVERS THE BEAR RIVER " ALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I VOL XIII GARLAND, UTAH, THURSDAY. OCT. 31, 1918. No. 40 I Notes From Boys in Service n Battery C, 3-18 F. A. Am. Exptl. Forces, France. Sept. 9th, 1918. Editor Garland, Globo: Just received two copies of the famous home paper The Globo and I want to thank you and the committee for same. The paper Is very dear to me. I would like to tell you of my trip and the fun I am having, but I will wait, 'till I get back. The trip across the pond was great saw plenty of fish and large ones, too. You know I would like to get back to Garland, but Beelng your list of names wjio have received qucs tionnarics, think I shall wait. Gee it puts the pep in a fellow when ho can look at a home paper and see that the people aro behind us It Just p...

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. — 31 October 1918

HHHHHl IH HHHHHl Hsv H I HH . THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH K I ARMISTICE TERMS I BEING IRKED OUT H CONFERENCE AT VERSAILLES AGREES UPON MAIN POINTS; COMMANDERS MUST O, K. H Expected That Alllca Will Insist Upon Hi Surrender of German Fleet and Hi Occupation by Allied Forces HHl of Towns on the Rhine. HHl London. Tho Versailles conference, HHl according to tho report current In Hi London, hns agreed on tho main points HHl of tho nnnlMlco terms, which will now HHl he considered by tho military com- HH innndcrs. HHl Tlie II mil penco tonus, It Is Bald, HH Wilt be submitted to Germuny slmul- HH tnncously with the armlHtlco terms. HH As purt of tho terms of an iirmls- HH tlco tho Kvenlng Nous says It under- HH etnuds tho nlllcd nations will Insist HH upon tho surrender of tho Oorinan HH fleet, Including nil tho Uermnn sub- HH marines, and upon thu occupation by HH ulllcd forces of all tho fortllled towns HHJ on tho Ithlne. HHl Sir George Cave, the Urltlsh homo HH secretary, gnvo...

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. — 31 October 1918

H flil i I H' BBH ,. ... , THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH --. I hb .. -.I I, i . ,,Mj -. . j I Diamonds I take hearts. I" Buy your Diamonds 0 at Park's. BOYD PARK fOUNMD 1349 1 MAKERS OF JEWELRY ;, MO MAIN JTRltT SALT LAKE CITY I I J BARGAINS IN USED CARS I M ipltniM cifl cm-Balcki. OUimoktln, Nt. lloilill0 lo 1100. Cuirinlfed lltil dm ' tunnlnt condlllon-tur litmi II winled bf lllhl (urlltl. WtlK lol dualled Hit lad dncilg lion, Uid Ct( Dpt., Rondall-Dodd Auto Co, Silt I.ikt air I GL0RY OF TURKISH CAPITAL t Croat Mosque of Santa Sofia a Marvel i In Beauty of Architecture and Rich Decoration. J Tho groat mosquo of Ennto Soda towers mnjcstlcnlly over Constantino ple domlnntlug its surroundings by fiheer thick-set ponderousness. Its ' bulky ilomo and (nckod-on mlnarots ore, however, only tlio shell which covers n vust cnthcdrnl Justly fnmod for j ,tonuty of lino and rich ornament. From tho outer court you pass -through n heavy bronzo door and stand within a hall of such caverno...

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. — 31 October 1918

........................................................................... sssssssl I H ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH - I Th Garland City Globa H INDEPENDENT M Published Weekly M J. A. Wlxom ... Publisher M Boll 'phono .... No. 52 B Terms of Subscription: B One year (In advance) - - $2.00 B Six months .... $1.00 H Three months .... 50c H Entered as second-class natter, February B 10, 190G, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- M grss of March 8, 1879. H Subscribers who fail to receive their papers H regularly, please notify this office. H THURSDAY. OCT. 31, 1918. I To Our Readers; I Has Been's and Will Res H THIS IS THE LAST COPY OF THE GLOBE THAT WE ARE H ALLOWED TO SEND TO DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS, AC- H CORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE GOVERNMENT. H ALL OF OUR DELINQUENT SUBSCRIBERS MUST PAY AC- H COUNTS DUE TO DATE AND ADVANCE AT THE VERY H LEAST THREE MONTHS' PAYMENT TO BE GLOBE READ- ERS HEREAFTER. A FEW OF OUR SUBSCRIBERS, WHO H HAVE MOST ALWAYS PAID IN ADVANCE, WI...

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. — 31 October 1918

' . THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH "' ' ' . : 1 Democratic Column (Continued fcom pngo 1) ' t Welling. "" State Representative. Wysrt L. Eddy, "tho live wire," affable and approachable, pro gressive, but not radical, expres ses to tho voters of Box Elder county his appreciations for tho opportunity they gave him to - , talio an f.otivo part in placing linos the Btaute nooks of tae Hti.te the iplo.n'id progressive legislation that mode the twelfth ' BC'.Hton nf the Utah State Leg:j- lature suoh a e.'c.'ous succeed, and assures them It will be i.ls effort to fittingly represent so great a constituency is the thir teenth session of the Legisla ture, if the people so desire. All tho pleasure of a political campaign is missing for "Wynn" this week as "Tho Flue," his I work as Chairman of tho Coun cil of Defense and as County Food Administrator prevent him from taking a.vacation-from his usual duties and getting out and meeting his many friends all over tho county and, Inciden tall...

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. — 31 October 1918

M . THE GARLAND CITy, GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH , I 1 ..i.,...,....,.i,..,..,.,.il.,..,l,l , " ! ii,i,i.,.i,....,i.M","M"f',l"WIHH'' A I The Kaiser as I Knew Him ; for Fourteen Years By ARTHUR N. DAVIS, D. D. S I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO H (Copyrlclit, 1918, by tho McCluro Newspaper Syndicate.) H CHAPTER XI Continued. H 7 H Wo accordingly entered n very largo H sitting room. Tlio empr'-s, lu a ncgll- H geo of tier favorite royal purple, en- H tercd oml shook bonds Willi inc. cor- H tllnlly. Sho looked very worn, inid It H wns plain that she rind hcen suffciltig considerable pain nnd loss o( sleep. H Him hnd a hundsomo figure nnd was H stately In her carriage, but her crown- H lug glory wns n profusion of white H Imlr. Sho waa then fifty-four years old, H hut her hnlr had turned white many H' It was said, Indeed, that tho chnngo H had been brought about rather sudden- H ly as n result of certain drugs sho had H taken In nn effort to overt n tendency H to avoirdupois which had dev...

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. — 31 October 1918

i S THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH - H H .- . i ww - i i-"-te-"-r-e---------- H fWAR WORK" American women nurses mo installed eight miles in the rear of tho fighting lines "over there." Right hero at homo many women should learn nurs ing to tako caro of tho sick or, in emergencies, tho wounded. You can - learn a great deal jH '' by obtaining tho H "Medical Adviser" a book of 1,000 H pages, bound in cloth, containing chap- H tors on First Aid, Bandaging, Anatomy, H Hygicno, Sex Problems, Mother and Babo. H 200 prescriptions for ncuto and chronio jH tlbcascs; profusely illustrated by wood H cuta and colored plates. Ask your drug H gist or send COo. to Publisher, 003 Main H Btrcct, Buffalo, N.Y. H If a woman is nervous or has dizzy H spells, suffers from awful pains at rcgu- fl lor or irregular intervals sho should turn H to a tonio mado up of herbs, and with- H out alcohol, which makes weak women fl strong and sick women well. It is Dr. H Picrco'a Favorite Prescription, which c...

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. — 31 October 1918

m fc j . ,.. .. ..v ..' .. . , ,. ,.., -.. w,to.iiwww.''' ' - fl I -""" ' - THE QARUND CITY GLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH " ,, I H ' -"- - - - - - - -7 i I I THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE ; H j THURSDAY. OCT. 31, 1918. i LOCAL HAPPENINGS H "Koop the Homo Firos Burning" H Election next Tuesday. H Horace Smith of Camp Beaur- H ggard, Louisiana, is homo on a H 20-day furlough. Ho was ro- H cently released from the haso H hospital and is looking a trifle H pale, but tho rest at homo will H put him In 'lighting" condition 1 again. M 0 H The Misses Charlotte and H Adalino Kunz of Bern, who are H graduate Ulrica, wld .'cave next H Monday for Camp Travis, Texas, H. .for a months' instruction in H army nursing, preparatory to H sailing for France. Montpelier H Examiner. m o H Blaino Winters, who has been M attending tho Carbon County H High school at Price, is spending H the "Flue" vacation at home. All H school and public gatherings are H closed at Price, but tho epidemic H seems to bo subsiding in that H ...

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. — 21 November 1918

BBBWWWWWWWPIiWB!ffff!!B55!gS l. . .. --m n-- ---iv--'gajBi Hip... j ;;-, .Jul. i.r.MMwL i ...,.,.., . m-- -- " . ,ii i ', h I :'k 'GARLAND CITY THE METROPOLIS COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL CENTER OP THE GPJMT BlflAR RIVER VALLEY I . 'silTHE GARLANl) CITY GLOBE Il-f5 I COVEPS THE 5 EAR RIVER 'VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET' H H VOL. XIII GARLAND, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOV. 21st, 1918 No. 43. fl I Sudden. and Untimely Death I Of Estimable Young Lady H At about 4 o'clock Monday H morning of this week, MIbb H Annio Munns, daughter of Bish- H op and Mrs. Charles Munns of H this city, passed away after an H attack of influenza or about H five day's duration. Her sudden H , and untimely death spread a H spirit of gloom over the entire H community as she .was one of H Garland's most estimable young H ladies and took great pleasure H in all public affairs both socially H and religiously. She was the H x first victim in this city of the H. dread epidemic that has caused H considerable sickness, death and H sorro...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
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