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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 February 1907

8 S RrCR.OCIETT.Xfc' of TieGofctoado (Copyright, IMS, 1S00, by S. It. Cuckctt.) , CHAPTER XXVI. Theresa Keeps Troth. But Uiey had reckoned without Trie- resa von Lynar. Conrad nnd Joan camo hack from tho ruined fortifica tion, silent mostly, hut thrilled with tho thoughts of that which their eyes had seen, tholr cars heard. Each had listened to tho heating of tho other's heart. Both know they were ho'.ovcd. Nothing could ulter that any more forever. As they hid gone out with Theresa watching them from tho dusk of. tho garden arcades, their hands , had drawn togother. Eyes had sought answering eyes nt each dip of tho path. They had listoned for tho finest shades ot meaning In ono another's voices, and taken courngo or lost) hope from tho droop ot an eyelid or tho quiver of u syllahle. Now all wa3 changed. They knew that which they know. And .now Theresa von Lynar, tho woman who had given her heauty nnd her life liko a little Valentino's gift Into tho hand of the man she loved, conten...

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. — 23 February 1907

H THE OAKLAND GLOBE. H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAK, H Term of Subscription: B Otto year (in advanco) $1.60 B Blx Month 75 H Thrt months ,r0 B, Advertising rates furnlshod on a; HB frllcatron. H . . . . . im H Entered an second-class mntter H February 17, ISfOC, at tho poatoluco at H Qarland, Utah, under the Act of Con H, tress ot March 3, 1879. H i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Msyiga i..i j. . . ..j p ; ' ,j ,,.J Saturday, Feb'y 23, 1907 H Shears and H Sawbuck Way. H Shears and Sawbuck kept n store H Such as never was before. H" To city folks they wouldn't sell, H Wouldn't let 'cm Lave a smell. H Fetched their money but by jlng, H Couldn't buy a blessed thing; H Couldn't meet 'm face to face Hf An' then sell 'em with good grace. Country trado was what tlicy sought, Hp Folks who'd pay for wbat they bought H' ' 'Foro thoy saw It, bide or tall, H They sent catalogues by mall ; Out to ev'ry blessed ouo t Grftlo' mall at Possum Run. H Wo set up a...

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. — 23 February 1907

i " i UTAH STATE NEWS Tho management of the Ogden Blroot railway has granted an increase of wages .to 'Its employes. The Elks of. Park City have decided to build a lodge and club room, $1,000 being ralBe'd for that purposo la one evening. The now electric lighting system for A tho city of HuntBvlllc, In the Ogdcn V) valley, was placed In operation for the first tlmo last week. William Holmqulst, aged 17, was 'caught In an elevator In Salt Lake City and his head bo badly crushed that death resulted the following day. Patriarch John Austin, one of tho oldest citizens of Lehl, Is doad at tho ago of 82. Mr. Austin came to Lehl In 18G8 and had resided in that town ever since By unanimous decision of tho Judges, the University of Colorado de bating team defented tho University of Utah team beforo a large crowd at Boulder, Colo. The bUBlnosa men or Ameilcim Fork are contemplating the Installation ot an Ice plant, the present scurclty of Ice making It almost Imperative that they do somethin...

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. — 23 February 1907

w I BUYING A WAGON H Jfjfou Afr. Brown Got the M Worst of Two Bar- M gains. H TRIED MAIL-ORDER METHODS H Thought He Was Saving Money, But H Will Not Try the Same Thing a R Second Time Buying at B Home Pays. H (Copyrlffhted, IDOfi. by Alfred C Clark) 1 Mr. Urown, n farmer living In K Boono county, Mo., decided to liny a B HnritiK wagon. Tlio next time ho was M la. (.Own !ic went to the locnl dealer B t) neo wh.it ho had In stock. Ono M wagon Uiat mtltcd him was offered to H- him at 37G. lie thought ho would M 'alto It, hut heforo ordering ho looked 1 over a mall order vehicle catalogue M tforo ho Haw described n wagon which, B ui far as description went, was the B name as tlio one he saw In the deal- M or'n ntoro room. In fact, tlio dcscrlp- B Jon was written In such n convlnc- (ng manner and all of the good points M of the malt order vehicle wcro brought ' out ho thoroughly that It appeared to B ho superior to the other ono. And tlio B trico wuh only JG7.IT. Mr. Urown M thought of t...

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. — 23 February 1907

, : LH iW a a a PINE TREE ,TEAD. KAM8CHATKANS USE THE INNER BARK OF PINE TREES. Macerate It In Water and Bake Good, Wholesome Dread The Pine Keeps the Blood Pure and The Body Healthy. In Kamschatka tho people live In earth-covered pits. Mr. Kennnn com "Q pares tho Bound of their languago to that of water running out of a narrow mouth jug. Their bread Is mnde from tho Inner bark of tho Pino Troc, maco ratcd in wntcr and baked without flour. They aro a hardy rnce, the Pino keep ing tho blood puro and tho various or gans of tho body In a healthy condi tion. Consumption Is unknown among tbem. A noted specialist In throat and lung trouble, who established a camp for consumptives In tho Pino Woods of Maine, and whoso remarkable cures thcro have attracted great attention ' from the medical world, says that one- half ounco or tho Pure Virgin OH of Pine, mixed with two ounces of Gly ccrlno and one-half pint of good Whis ky and used In teaspoon till doses, will heal and strengthen tho lungs, ...

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. — 23 February 1907

Ht n i in ii i ii ig-ri wiwf r B v THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. M J A.Wixom," . . Editor and Mngr. M Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wytl' Butchar Shop.) 1 Entered u itecond-cUut matter February 17, B 1906, at th post office) nt Garland, Utah, under H tho Act of ComrreM of March 3, 1879. H Saturday, Feb'y 23, 1907. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. B P A Nordquist spent Sunday in Og- H fl A L Wight of Perry, was in town H Thursday. H Choir danco at hnll Friday cu-ning, H Starch 1st, H Butter paper for salo nt this ofilco H 20cts per hundred sheets. H O O Bhaw, agent for tho Dcscrct News H spent tho week in town and vicinity M Don't buy lumbcrl until you flguru m vith Wilson Lumber Co., Trcmoutou. 2t H Mr. and Mrs. Herbert IJ Foulgcr were B visiting relatives lu Ogdcu tho fore part H of this week, H 5 & 10 cent goods that arc wonderful B bargains. WhcroT At the Hardware H Store, Tremouiou. 2t M Mr and Mrs. Hobor Stolil of Trcmont H wore visiting Mr. uud Mrs, Utirko lit th...

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 March 1907

' H subHV?7&YSH? HP UUP ADY A 11 Tt fY TlTp ,rt,gggrajuig I H RJttb.'at55ii;ntin"aj-.rfor I I H . H f H I A I H I B H H M H . Mlftlsofee vni u!n lVtlJ H ttojttjnot One Dollar and a JUlt A K TM. I L. fl LB. A. V L. 9 m. A I m. F H. H ifntnduarntHtmitlcn H I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 2. No. 4. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, March 2,il907 I i , . . "H Drainage Discussed BY THE Commercial Club. The Garland Commercial Club met In adjourned session Monday evening at the Town IU1I to consider the matter of a dralusgc system for tbc town of Garland. C 0 Aduey sad W II Howe of Corrlnc were alio present. The drainage ques tion was thoroughly discussed by the members of tho club. J C Wbcclon, W II Howe and 0 O Adney expressed their opinions and J C Wheelou was appointed ait a committco of one to investigate the matter and to get advice of some exper ienced dralnngc cngiucer on tho subject. The street just noilli of the C W & M Co....

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 March 1907

It ll The Garland Globe m , . ?) ,'RublUhed EVery 'Saturday at ' QApLANO. :'.! . -UTAH H i i it'' H,, Terms of Subscription: , Ono year (In ndvnnco) $1.50 Six months 7G r( Thrco months CO ,' Advertising rates furnished on nppll- . cation. H J A. Wlxom...... Editor and Manager I ' ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY l:, LOST III STEAMER WRECK m H Mali Boat Weathers Severe Hurricane, M ' Then Misses Channel and Goes to H Pieces In Sight of Land. M London. Thu worst disaster for M laany yenrs In the hlstoty of llio busy m cross-channel (rafllc between England M and tlio continent occurred during a B ' rlolcnt ralo shortly before C o'clock H Thursday morning, when tho Rotter- M dam mall stenmor Berlin, from Hnr- M yrlc.1i to Hook of llolanil, having sat M lsfactorlly weathered tho hurrlcnnu, fl was wrecked as hIio was entering H port. Altogether 143 persona nro H l known to have perished. B The terrific sens hroko up tho Hi steamer with such awful suddenness H- i that nil attempts to save llfo nppear...

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 March 1907

v - - llllli JOANfiSHDH) (Copyright, 18i8, 1800, by 8. It, Crockett.) CHAPTER XXVII. Continued. Tho only ono of tho party wliolly n "without a Bottled plan was tho woman Ij' most deeply Interested. Theresa von Lynnr simply rodo 'to Courtland to savo her son or to die with him. She nlono had no influenco with Prince Louis, no weapon to use against him excopt her woman's wit. When In tho morning light of the second day they camo In sight of Courtlnnd, and saw on the green plain of tho Alia a great concourse, It did not need Alt Flicker's shout to urge thorn forward at a gallop, lest after all thoy should arrive too late. "They havo brought him out to dlo," cried Joan. "Itldo for tho young man's life!" But all their careful pluns and scrupulous Intents were lit a moment cast to tho winds by tho urgency of tho need. Expecting to find them selves Instantly captives, thoy found thumsclvcB instead among a stout and Independent people, stirred to tho highest point of hatred and excited disg...

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. — 2 March 1907

V W i. T1IK GAIUiA.NI) GLOBE, H M The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H OARLAND UTAH; H Terms of Subscription: H Ons yir (In advance) 91.60 H Blx months 75 H Threo months 50 H Advertising rates furnished on a? H tllcatlon. ii H ( Entered ati socond-elasB matter H , February 17, 1000, at tho postomco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H tress of March 3, 1879. 1 1 el, A. Wlxem .... Editor and Manager t i i i H Saturday, March 2, 1907 M I County Commissioners. H TI10 board of county commissioners B met In regular session February 18tli, H 1 Jos. II. Hess, tOHil supervisor of Field- H Ing District, nppcarcd mid asked for 1111 H ! approprlntlon of 875 for ropalr of certain H low place near Dnlton's rnnch on west ! road In said district, upon motion of Chr, Vntontlno the sum of 875 was Bet aside for said purpose. Petition for tho appointment of D A Tracy of Yost as rond supervisor of said - district was considered audiipon motion of H '' Com. Adams, I) A Tracy was appo...

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. — 2 March 1907

UTAH STATE NEWS A heavy rainstorm at Ogdcnyon the '22nd flooded many collars, causing several hundred dollars damage. Mrs. John K. Uaglcy ot Ogden was thrown from a buggy ns tho result of a runaway, and painfully lnjurod. Tho Btoro of J. 1. Hanson of Eph ralm was burglarized ouo night, last wcok, considerable murchandlsu beJtvtb ifl carried awny. """ " "" ' Frank G. .Ehrbur, a structural Iron worker, fell from a building on which hoyasworkliiK In Salt Lako City and was Hilled, his neck being broken. Georgo Rasmusscn attempted sui cide In Salt I.ako City, slashing his throat with a butcher knife. Ho Is In tho hospital and will probably re cover. Mrs. Jano Gardner Mrudfurd, 73" years old, who cnine to .Utah In tho second company of pioneers, died at her home In Salt I.nko City Inst Sat urday. John D. Douglass of Weber county, serving a twcnty-flvo-year Bcntonco for murder, applied for his liberty on parole, but tho board last week de clined to honor his request. V. II. Purrent, believ...

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. — 2 March 1907

I U. S. DISPENSATORY Bj Describes the Principal Ingredients Hi Contained in Pc-ru-na. H Aro we claiming too much for Peruna HI when we claim It to be on effective H' remedy for chronic catarrh? Have we H' Abundant proof that Peruna is in real- H lty such a catarrh remedy? Let us see H what the United States Dispensatory H' says of tlie principal ingredients of H' Peruna. H. Take, for instance, the ingredient m hydrastls canadensis, or golden seal. l The United States Dispensatory oays 1; of this herbal remedy, that it Is largely B J employed in tho treatment of depraved 1 mucous membranes, chronic rhinitis M (nasal catarrh), atonic dyspepsia (ca- W' tarrh of the shomach), chronic intestl- fl nal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice, (ca- M j tarrh of the liver) and In diseased M, mucous membranes of the pelvic organs. Vi It is also recommended for the treat- H j ment of various forms of diseases pe- M cullar to women. kt Another ingredient of Peruna, cory- B i dalls formosa, Is classed in th...

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. — 2 March 1907

"" -TnBBBBBBj 'BBbI HARDSHIPS OF ARMY LIFE. Left Thousands of Veterans with Kid ney Troubles. Tho experiences of David W. Martin, a retired merchant of Bolivar, Mo., Is ' Just like thous- E5&). nnds of others. P A Mr. Murlln says: 1 if. 3 "I think I have Jm 1$ to had kidney ills- Jt5Iv ease eer slnco 'SC?' " "Ul war Burins 1 Jfc' an engagement Jl ..PfT'lv. ,ny" "orso '" on 1TS BB$Tii mo' stralnliiB my V BIS!2frSitSyi! back and Injuring tho kidneys. I havo been told I had a I floating kidney. I had Intense pain In thd back, headaches and dizzy spells nnd tho action of tho bladder was vory j Irregular. About threo years ago J tried Doan'a Kidney Pills, and found such great relief that 1 continued, and insldo a comparatively short llmo was entirely rid of kidney tiouhle." j Sold by all dealers. r.O cents 'a box. Foster-Mllbiirit Co., Buffalo. N. Y. 3 Use for Hot Potatoes. Dr. Herbert Clalborno of Now !1 York, something of an Inventive iS genius and noted for good looks as a well as...

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. — 2 March 1907

HT the cAiii.'xr. nr.nr.K LLLH? KlLi-i.lr.i?f I.J5... " ' " ' .... ..... . . .- .. . . .. . n 1 II Minn IBM n iimiiiiii miii iiiwii rirmii wnimMrnmrniTir 1 "nrrrnri mn 1 in 1 rr - r- 1 - - n imhihhiiii 111 1 H THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. M J A. Wixoit. . . Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Fomwrly WrMt'n tlutrherSliop.) Hi -- l Entered as conil-elas) matter Ffkruary 17, H, 19W. at t)i poet onice ht R luml. Utah, under H the Act of Congreu of March 3, 1879. l M ' Saturday, March 2, 1907. i ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mrs. N L Drown Is vlsltng relatives In Ogden. Jos, Jensen was iu Rrlghnm on business Monday. Mn. J T Roberts h visiting relatives In Fairfield, Utnh. A Real Dance Tonight m the hall. Garland Dance Orchestra. it . The Utah Sugar CVaoMco was neatly re-papered this week, a S Movvry doln tho job. Mrs. It Ij Bush rcttirncil last week Jrnm nn extended visit with relatives In Ucdcn. ( Dr. A Zimmermen of the Utah Dental Co, ot Salt Lake was in town on business Monday. Rest. Mng...

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. — 9 March 1907

Subscribe To.dnyi-Yoa cannot flf- fffsl ff 1 Jt 9m Ei H JA E W M W Mm Job Prlntlngi-Do jrnu u UtU H font to be without your Home Q El Hi ffj FWl D M m Fit. 1MB M fl M . ILi ! c"'',"' 3tlm.nti. Hrxli. HHHH TArCR. Ail.l your rinmo to our flRdCl EkJ M M WLJr M M I utH B M V. B Envelope. CarJ. llutlor Wrap- list of saWribam TO-DAY nd Ejl El PI -Mf B M TvT H f M I VM H H H W Ir. .UT If i w print Own ROtthenLnRBKriraeiayrarfcr Ml HE . M tf ABk Wl V4 K1 .. AJBt I 51 ? PJ M V t thu office nd em MlUfy your thomim of One Dollar and a Half M A lfc 3 fl rtfl W El M Pi K J H F W M in JF H JP H wanta and iruarantM uUafaUlon DEVOIED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H -' Vol.2. No. 5. Published at Garlond, Utah. Saturday, March 9, 1907 H taai(naaaaMHtHiitBHaaajaaa( HHHHHHHHHH Base Ball Notes. Manager M A Boothe of ttio tho Gar limit Huso Hull Team, kns received the following communication from Jos. II Maddock, of the Utah Athletic Assn., In respect to n giimo with our loc...

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. — 9 March 1907

mmmmmm&&m3t3B5SBBSBB5X -, , & " 'w!iapwg,t ' mr "ww?1 "w'i iw 9tmmm!v!!Ti!SmmmmmmmmmmmSSm LLMisggggiteMiJiES --.iinil liwimii ii i I'liinfa 'mmy(rmammmmml ! p Hf 1 mWrnW' H B JmW Tfie Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H, GARLAND .... UTAH i - -. Terms of Subscription: M Ono year (In advnnco) fl.50 B Six months 75 B Throe months CO H Advertising rates furnished on uppll- H cntlon. fl J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager l 1 I l ! .P.I! I I HARRIMAN TAKES A RAP 1 - AT PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT H 8ays the President Needs More DIs Hl clpllne to Successfully Handle H' Building of the Panama Hi Canal. 1 H1 "It hi (on bud that a man with H mich an nlcit mltnl us 1'iesldonl j ltooEovcll haH, should not have sub i Jectcd himself to moio discipline," I said Kdwnrd II llnrrlmun during an ! Interval In his own cross-examination heforo tho Interstate commorco com It mission. mVi "Mr. Roosevelt Is a very nolo man,' Bj continued tho autocrat of tho Union H.t Pad lie. "IIo Is capable of d...

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. — 9 March 1907

HHBPBMPIBBIM BBBI - 'froBBBsl H '! I MORTALITY REPORT CONSUMPTION AND PNEUMONIA HEAD DEATH LIST. tattetica 8how That the Greatest Number of Deaths From Lung Trouble Occur In Winter. Tbo Duroau of Census lias published a report presenting mortality statistics . for tbo United States for the flvo cal- fj endar years 1900 to 1904. As flhown In tho tablo, tuberculosis of the lungB and pneumonia wore by far tho leading causes of death. Tho greatest number of deaths from lung trouble occur during tho winter months. Golds aro so prolific of lung trouble thai, they should not bo neg lected. Persons with weak lungs should bo onpcclally careful. A noted authority on lung troublo advises thai as soon as a cold Is con traded tbo following stmplo treatment should bo given. Tho Ingredients can be purchased from any prescription druggist at small cost and easily pro pared In your own home. It Is said to bo bo cffectlvo that it will break up. a cold In twenty-four hours and euro any cough that Is c...

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. — 9 March 1907

HPr Tp)frmi? iyynwww l'm'T "".'hwii'i'i'i'iS.' - "Tf'TT"" TTCt1TMW-la - )aiw '.wo- -. ia. JL-i L n n E Hf I' Hr H'. H THE GARLAND GLOBE. K The Garland Globe h Published Every Saturday at Hf GARLAND . . UTAH. H! Terms of Subscription: H One year (In advanco) $1.50 Bj Biz months 75 H ; Threo months E0 B Advertising rates furnlshod on ap- H i plication. H Entored ah socond-class matte H February 17, 100G, at tho postofllco at Garland, Utnh, under tho Act of Con H Kress of March 3, 1879. Hn J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H ' K Saturday, March 9, 1907 M HOW TO FORGIVE AN INJURY. Ht True Spirit In Which Apology 8hould M , Be Accepted. H' now do wo forglvo? Let us hope H. that wo always forgive as wo would H, wish to bo forgiven. "Tho Lord lav- H cth a ohoerful glvor." Ho who gives H pardons has need of both lovo and Hi cheerlnoss. H Porhnps wo do not n;-reclato how H, hard It Is for somo poruona to say "I H' nm Borry." Perhars tlmro 1b a vin- H dlcttve streak in niauy of us that H' h...

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. — 9 March 1907

I UTAH STATE NEWS H Tho trial of Mrs. Bradley may be B Advanced so that It may be com mt mencod in April. 9 Christopher Reuse, a brakeman, S was caught between two cars at Blng H ham Junction and bo badly crushed H that ho may dlu. S From Deliver comes tho announce B - ment that Harry LewlH and Pete Sulll. tfS vaa axe ma'cn0(1 to tight blx roundh V V n Salt Lake on March 10. 9 Tho county commissioners of Wo V bor county have decided to spend be M tween $8,000 and $10,000 for macuda 2j mlzlng ronds during the coming sum- M TOer- Wt The Provo Pressed Urlck company jg -will go oxtenalvcly Into tho lunuufae- H turo of drain tllo thin Benson. Ma E chlnory with n capacity of from 15,000 I to 20,000 a day has been sot up. I The Dpseret Iteclamatlon company f of Codar City has tiled Its artlcleti I with the secretary of state. Tho cap I ital stock Is $13,000, divided Into '1 shares of tho par valuo of $10 each. 'If Borne tlmo dining Sunday night J" thlovcs broke open tho door of the i Banct...

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. — 9 March 1907

mwEmf' HOME MERCHANTS LMW GOOD REASONS WHY THEY DE- LwM SERVE YOUR SUPPORT. 1 MEANS MUCH TO COMMUNITY LWM V Ha' It at the Head of the Thing H That Are Good for the H Town and Your- H (Copyright. I.y Alfred C Chirk.) M The above head Is u subject that H can well be treated an open for dls- H (Mission nnd consideration at any and H alt times. It is nlso a subject that 1 should Interest all persons who have f, at heart the welfare of the community K in which he lives nnd who wishes to B; see It Brow nnd prosper J J No person can afford to do what ho J, knows will vorl hii Injury to tho com- BVJ munlty In which lie lives. In Justice BVJ to hlmsolf lie cannot refuse his sup- BBS port to the home Industries that nro BBBJ striving for existence nnd tho welfare H. or tho town In which he goes to do his BBJ BBJ In considering this question It BHt should be borne In mind thut tho conn- BBJ ' try people, like nil other American BBJ citizens, arc always on the lookout for Ht a place to Invest t...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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