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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 June 1907

' I . '- ' ' " 1" URBS IN RURE" f By DR. KNOX CALDWELL Bk K (CopyrlKlit, Ijy Dally Story I'ub. Co.) IArlstldca LycurgiiH Drawn, other wise known ns ''8llpppry" Drown, (ho "Duko," sat forlornly besldo a little tulilo In tlio "Cnfo I.a Comitate." Mel ancholy had claimed him an lior own, for his Boft lint was pulled down over Ills forehead and IiIh lmiidn wore Jam med deeply Into his trousers pockets, exposing two long, bony eiifflesq wiIbIh. TIiIb tncnnt that Drown anil I'rojporlty wore temporary strangurs, Tor, ordinarily, tlio "Duke" was more particular concerning IiIb nttlie than u finicky fcninlc. I Rtrollcd over and Blnppud him on tlio shoulder. Slowly Diown gathered himself to Kothor and looked up, nnd I novor he bold, before or since, hucIi n woe-be Kotio, Horrowfnl, it-signed, please-hit-mu-wltha-hrlck expression on a hii Linn cotintcnnnce. "What's the matlor?" 1 asked. . "Woll," said Drown, "I'll tell you. Hut If you over breathe n word of It to ti living soul, I'll haunt you...

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 June 1907

HEALTHNOTES FOR JUNE. K Spring Catarrh Is a well H iVieo Spring disease. The K usua symptoms are given B above. A Dottle of Pc-ru-na K faftej me promptly B' arrest the course of the disease V known as Spring Catarrh. Paint Buying VA'" H Made Safe VA '"' B maintain tlicm- fJfKVAv B selves as tlie best VVVCl Hv and most economic- TBViW B al paint yet known to k Yr man. Thedlfiicultyhaj vV Hw been for the buyer to be SOk ' Hs always sure of the purity V ft of the white lead and oil. W0 BK We have registered thr BE' trade mark of the Dutch Boy painter BC tn be the final proof of quality, gen- Bk uineness and purity to paint buyers BB everywhere. When this trade mark Bft appears on the keg, you can be sure BJt that the contents is Pure White BK Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. B SEND FOR BOOK K " A Talk on faint." rItm valaabla Inform. H tlon ua ttttf lui aubjeit, i tvti upon reaueeu H NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY V fn ehtcheer of th9 folloxt wf H0 eitit$ t$ nrarttt yvut Kpw York. Ilnntnn, I...

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 June 1907

BEIwg-f -ii k.i ' "i, " .. ,-, ... -rw, i..il'ii'i i , ,BWWtjMM388Ji3sHWBKES'cu- -TB SaBbbfi' I ssssl LBP II K . - - - . , I B if tmf; garland globe IV It , . . II THE GARLAND GLOBE I INDEPENDENT. I 3 J A.TVixom, . , Edhyir and Mngr, I . Telephone No 52 Red I H (Formtrly Wyatt'a Butcher Shop.) H 6 Entered u Mcond-cla matter Kobruary 17, H J; IMS, t the poat ofllco at Garland, Utah, utulef H the Act of CongrMi of March , 1879. H W' Subscribers who fall to reecho tlii'tr H i papers regularly, please notify this office H Saturday, June 22, 1907. M , ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hh Harbor II F Sillier spent Tuesday in I . Bolt Lake-City. BSAJ i V Ii 01ocr of Jlrlghnm wasiu town on H business Tuesday. H Mrs. O.L. 'Winters and children aru H i (siting relatives in Pleasant Orovc. H1 W. L. Grovor was in Halt Lake City H on business tho fnro part of this week. H Tliu Misses Mary Qrovcr and Myrtle H Jensen spent Sunday la tho Peach city. H Mlis Bculab Keller of Provo, Ii visiting H t in town tho guest...

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 June 1907

Tag THE GARLAND GLOBE "M8 I 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.2. No. 21. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, June 29, 1907 H oiaiH Big Celebration AT Garland July 4th! COME AND JOIN j .US AND HAVE THE I 'BES T I TIME OF YOUR I LI F E. B We are going to have a genu- B inc Fourth of July Celebration that B will ecclipse all previous events B and go down in the annals of B history us the "Buster Time" in B Box Elder County. B The program published below B will be carried out in every detail as the general committee in charge B is composed of wide-awake busi B ness men who guarantee the B w celebration to be one of the best B ever given in Garland. , The Program Marshal of the day, T. E. Se tt crist. H Orator of the day, Hon. F. J . H Ilolton. J BE Firing of 45 guns at day dreak H Music by the Military Band. J Salute of 13 guns and hoisting BE the Stars and btripes at sunrise. K Serenhding the town by Mili- BB tary Baud, B 0:30 a in jB Firing ...

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 June 1907

m' p I.' . l. I .' The Garland Globe i Published Every Saturday at GARLAND .... UTAH Terms of 8ubtcrlptlon: Ono your (In advanco) $1.G0 Six months .75 f Three months SO Advertising rates furnished on appli cation. I J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager 1, -JUSTICE GODDiD TELLS OF l THE FINDING OF A BOMB Colorado Jurist Present When Detec- HJ tlves Dug Up Infernal Machine I Placed at His Gate by H Orchard. v Boise, Idaho. Tho Btnto on Wed !ncsday mndo dramntlc production nnd proof of the Ooddnrd homb, nnd besides offering further contribution of tho testimony of Hnrry Orchard Against William I). Haywood, bo sured a ruling under which a num ber of tho denunciatory nrtlc-lcs pub lished In the Miners' Magazine, of ficial organ of tho Western Federa tion of Miners, will bo admitted In tvldcnce Tho votoran Colorndo Jurist testi fied that tho first Information that ho received about tho bomb came to him from Orchard's confession, which was fhown to him at Denver on February 13, 190C, by Detectiv...

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 June 1907

I ' ' ' , I L THE DELUGE B z&r david gkaham RtniiJtt,A'!zaz'aaaErJWr XIV. K SOME STRANGE LAPSES OF A HS LOVER. HS Hut before there was tlmo for me HS to get a distinct' Impression, that ugly HS shape of c;nlclBm hud disappeared. HS "It was a shadow 1 mysulf cast upon HjE lior," I assured uiyBolf, and onco nioro HB sho beamed to mo llku a. clear, calm HS lako of melted snow Irom tho moun- HE tains. "I can see to tho puro white HS sand of tho very bottom." thought I. HS Mystory there was, but only tho niyj- HS' tory of wonder at tho apparition of HB such beauty and purity la such a HS world as mine. True, from tlmo to HS time, there showed at the surfaco or HS vaguely outlined In tho depths, forms HS strangely out of place In thoso unsul- HS lied waters. Hut I cither refused to HS. 8co or refused to trust my sondes. I HS a had a fixed Ideal of what u woman H' should be; this girl ombodled that HH (deal. HB' "If you'd only glvo up your cigar- HS ottcs," I remember saying to her whe...

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 June 1907

!' 1 ' raj" the garland globe, WWX Fir" BH I The Garland Globe i Published Every Saturday at GARLAND .- UTAH. Term of Subscription: Ono year (In advanco) ..11.50 Six months 76 Three months SO 1 Advertising rate furnished on &? l& S ' pllcntlon. I & Entered a second-class matte Wm K February 17, 1900, nt tho poBloDlre at Mm sL Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con Ill MX irons of March 3, 1879, IRL li , A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager 5 r ft " Saturday, June 29, 1907 I 1' I? v "We wonld like to sec just otic mx , ' trust busted" says the Los Ange- 111 & les times, "if only to find out how ISft R. t looks on the inside", we have mm b suspicion it would look like a BSj I good-sized lake. Mm I The President having announc- HjM F de l hat lie likes the man who HM sings at his work, ought to he Hy I compelled to spend a few hours HI . in a room with a number of men Kf fr who think they can sing. Hl i "The wheat crop is the vehicle H$ r of our prosperity"-says a Kansas excha...

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 June 1907

BtAH STATE NEWS Hr l H ML I'loasant Is to have jiu up-to-Hnatc laundry. Ht- Tho Mt. Pleasant district schools Karo still short threo teachers for the Hcnsulng year. Hr There Is a movement on foot look Blng to the Installation of a water H; works system at Lchl. Bfl Forgers liavo been busy in Ogdcn fl'tho past week and n number of busl ABB; ncss houses have been victimized. BBB Ocorgo Craythornc, of Hooper, who BBB was recently Injured In a- runaway BBB accident, has died from his injuries. BBB' The body of Eugene Dumault, tho flflfi fireman who fell from his engine Into He tho Weber river, has not been rocov IE ercd. H A party of automoblllsts who at H tempted to ride on the sidewalks In Hf Lehl were gathered In by the marshal B and fined $50. H- In Salt Lake nnd Urlgham City jHj thcru were put up In cans last year E a half-million cases of canned stuff, jjflf vegetables and fruits. H Mrs. S. 1'. Drancy, of Plain City,' BBBf while attempting to savo her prop HW' crty from lire, was ...

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 June 1907

W hYhYht I The Asthmatic's Story I B I By Don Marl: Lemon I K "UBiwwiWiiiwiwwiia um i i in it 'n'i'i " ' 1 111 , iiniiiii mii i ; (Copyright, by Dally Btnry J'uli. Co) H Land cakes, but It does tiro n body HHL nut to havo to cllnili those front steps HHV of youis, Mir. Tweed, and I think HHY every time I comn over your landlord HHV Iiiik ndded a fqw moro steps to 'cm HHV tltey get moro and mora; but It mny HHY bo only bceuttso I Imvo n touch of HHY asthma and am all out of breath from B Htnndlng up In (hat dreadfully crowd- HHV 'd strset car, wl.h men hIii.-ic down H with their legs Ktuck out a tulrjc ns HHV Hies on a piece of lly-pnpo , leading BBE their nowupapcrs and never jetting on BBJc Ihnt women folks are drugging their BBK arms out hanging on to the straps HBH that burst one's cloves every time tho HBH car gives a jolt, which It does every HHY tltuo It stops or ntarts up, and that HBH reminds me, too, thnt he was sitting HBH down Just across from where t wus HBH hanging on f...

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 June 1907

H f y.1 Mlah ! mm TTook What's Here!' B If you want a pin, fob or anything m else from a jewelry store iom- B thing good- i f Thla It the Place. B 'vtSTAlUSMIa H w""- IlKMAINIt V SALT LAKE CITY, UTA11 B llrll l'liono 1 Q'(l l. O, Iloz c Iml. Vhune lOO Eatabllehed I PATENTS K Prolect your ideas Ihey may bring you wealth. B Patents, Caveats, Trade Mirks and Designs B quickly obtained. Information furnished Free K upon application. C Harry J. Robinson 'K ATTORNEY AT LAW AMD SOLICITOR OF PATENTS ML 102 MERCANTILE BLOCK, 8ALT LAKE CITY, UTAH B HORRORS OF DARK AQE8. LVl Visions Conjured Up In Torture Room B of Ancient Tyrant. B The horror of horrors In all Italy Is B found at Padua, known as the torture B rooms of that demonical monster of B cruelty, Kccllno, a thlrtcnth century BT ruler of Verona, Padua, Vlconza and m Ilrescln. His cruelties finally became H bo Intolerable that tbo church pro ve claimed 'a crusade agalnBt him. The B peasantry roso and a farmer killed tho S brute with a s...

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. — 29 June 1907

BV TlE GATHjAND GLOBE ill K ! JL THE GARLAND GLOBE H v INDEPENDENT. H J A. Wixom, . , Editor and Mngr. Hi Telephone No 52 Red H tFoimtrlr Wyatt's IlulclierHho).) H't ' " ' . Enured M Moond-cUu rottUr Fbrury 17. , 1908, t thu past ofllca t Oirlnl, UUh, under H ' the Act of Congroas of Mtrcli S, 1879. Hi'' Subscribers who fall to, recede tlwlr H' papers regularly, pluasc notify tliUnflloe H Saturday, June 291 1907. H T TTT T T T T T T T'-TTT TTTTTTTTT TT B ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hummer N coming. H linin spoiled last Saturday' gamp. r (J.'K. Wilson ipont Holiday In ()gdn. H 'N. Ij. Hrown returned Sunday from a H trip to Ogdun. , Kdward Manning returned .Sunday to 1 Karmlnglon. Mntthow Mc.Murtrio spent Sunday in ki the County Heat. Ir Horn Last Friday to the wife of, r Clarencu Hayes, a fine sou, H W. II. Howe of Corinno, spent last W' Friday and .Saturday in Garland. 9?' Hummer l)re Mood golug at reduced w figures. Orovi-r Itoso and Co. 1 H MrsM. K. Csmpboll of Drlghnui City H w in (Jutlan...

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. — 6 July 1907

Li! ii aaH aaaa ' ii ii I '""Kiisi THE GARLAND GLOBE kiwjsi I H 1 , - - 1 ,. M - m ' - - BBBBBlfl H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND' THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M I ' Vol.2. No. 22. Published t Garland, Utah. Saturday, July G, ;i907 H -i H 1M S ' -I g I Garland's Glorious I Celebration. H All who participated in the glorious celebration of Inde- M pendence Day (July 4th) in Garland, pronounced it one of the M best, most successful and pleasing celebrations they have had the pleasure of attending in many years. H The firing of big crackers and lit H tie crackeri began in the "wee imi' " H hcura of the morning and at day H break Edwari's artillery arrouved the H community form their peaceful slunv H J) bers by the "bang," "bang," "bang H ing" of 45 big guns. Old Glory H was hoisted at uaric while our H hmsus Military Band discoursed H . strains of patriotic music from the H newly erected, handsomely decorated H band stand, M Ttie (Uy wm an (deal one Juit enough M brcrze to kee...

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. — 6 July 1907

H The Garland Globe HH Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH HHJ Terms of Subscription: HHJ Ono year (In advnnco) $1,50 HH Six montlm 76 HH Thrco months r0 l' Advertising rates furnished on nppll- HH cation. HH J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager FEDERATION OF MINERS WILL LEAVE INDUSTRIAL WORKERS HHj President Mahoney's Recommendation to Keep Out of the I. W. W. Fight HHJ Is Upheld by Convention. HH Denver, Colo. -Tho low; drawn out HH discussion on tho question whether HH the Western Federation of Minora HH 4111111 continue to nlllllitti) with tho In- HH dtistrlnl Workers of the World Ir try- HH lug the nerveH of the delegates to the HH. convention. A small-sized i lot was HHV thrcotcneil on Friday vhn the pro- HH- vlons question was c.illcd with tho oh- HH. ject of ending tho dolmlo. The pre- HH. vlons question requires a wo-thlnl-J HH . vote nnd wnH lost hy n narrow inn HH H A test vote wns reached Friday HH; afternoon on tho proposition to con- HH'' tlnuo to nfllllute with ...

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. — 6 July 1907

THE DELUGE By DAVID GRAHAM PHUURS, wor of "TSFCOSZr (ayrfazrr war v& Bcms-fZEsazc can&iNrz) xv TRAPPED AND TRIMMED. Thoro aro two kinds of dangerous temptutlons those Unit tempi us, anil thoso that don't. Those that don'., fe'lvo us u false notion of our resisting power, ntnl ho make us easy victims of tho others. 1 thought I knew my self pretty thoroughly, ami 1 believed thero wns nothing tlmt could tempt mo to neglect my business. With this delusion of my strength lirmly In mind, whin Anltn became a tempta tion to neglect business, I said to my self: "To go up town during business hours for long lunches, to spend the mornings selecting flowers and pres ents for her these things look like neglect of business, and would bo so I'tn somo men. Hut I couldn't noglect business. I do them because my af y fairs nro so well ordered that n few J hours of absence now and then make -no difference probably send mo back , fresher and clearer " When I left the office at half-past twelvo o...

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. — 6 July 1907

f . I l ., TrG'.KI'VDGIOS. t . PJaH I - -- i n IBM Mimnrl ITIO I n ui iii aaiaaaaaaMaaaaaaiaaaMaaaaaaaMaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaiaMaammmmaaiaammaMaaiiaMa I " The Garland Globe H ii i bbH h H Published Every Saturday at If GARLAND UTAH. Ill Term ef Subseriptlen: H Otio j-wtr (In advance) .........11.50 HI Bit montXa .......... "5 H Tbrro months ............. SO H? Advertising rale fumlJhcJ on n; H' titration H Entered R seco,nd.-clMB matte Hi Fcbmarr 17, l'JOG. at.tho posloulco nt I' Garland, Utah, tinder tho Act" of Con- H$ fress of Mnrch 3, 1879. Mf J. A. Wlxem .... Editor and Manager BJH H' Saturday, July 6, 1907 BJBJ Tttt ft I Happiness and Hunger. m "My lil oa of not feet hnppincbs," said H tlio scody philosopher ns ho mndo Ills j M - fourth round trip to tho free lunch H.. counter, "Is to ho in n position to ko'i l Into tho RWollest restaurant, put my H' hand nor tho price list of tho menu 1 Hf and order whnt my tasto dictates, Ir- H respective of tho demurs of a dlmln- HJi ished wad....

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. — 6 July 1907

JUT AH STATE HJWS Senator Sutherland "has sailed for England enn'd Scotland to visit rola 'tlvea. Henry Enst.'ot Lohl, was caught ttn a cavtlii lit tlio Scranton mlnu, but . cBcnpod with a badly maBhcd foot. Over thirteen thousand people at tended tho barbecuo given by the re i. talLmerchatits at Lagoon on thu 37th. t' Twelve victims of Btnallpox arc now confined i In tho Salt Lake; peat hoitBe, (jut. fortunately all of the cases aru of a 'mild type. "The' price of coal to be delivered to Bait 'Lakers has again been raised, and tho Zlouttcs aro now compelled to pay C a ton. After having a vacation of threo weeks Incident to their walkout, tho ctgarmakers of Salt Lake City aro again at work. Doth aides made .con- ' cesnlonB. Ronne Dorsey, a negro, 19 years old, was seriously cut In the back nud arm by Francis Moreton, another no- ' nro, In Salt Lake City, tho result of a quarrel over a colored damsel. Claud Lulng of Salt Lake City was run over and killed by a train at Spring Valley, ...

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. — 6 July 1907

ll If "1ARLAND GLOBJ?'' nf , i i WML? i i ' ' I. ' Alma crmlbDKffl rfaSftaffilia wCi 'n,r ,v'1 Iiu-cimUi iii her hand -nntfLSBRTnViS 'H'-dde her lii 'Hum duller. PStl''isIika5(lW-5 '""" '" '"'' I"""'' J'"" understand) ytfT ArL- B "I'lirrnicUciH nrr," I Rinvcly .ild, . A, .(iL ' $ ) ' lif Willi liik nnil danger. iSTSrL" ,,, "" '. J Tlioy Ktiilu-nl Hip tlt'votcil lio.nl sWrf At"f l ' fiicml, or pniwing HtnuiKer. ' ihjlK ll ' ii 1 'J hey miit be. bundled vth dispatch J(lJ l '"'"' "ll1' n""l ti.v I" find n mitcli." Vi ll "'"' like ii man," olic liublilcil. I I "Yml ''K1'1 "ic match nnil touch the fuse I Al"' wlle" il iH iKiiltvl-" ' f I ,fci'u' ''"-I to tremble in her hoc, I A yut Mill kIic was ilclidlileil; T,'a, t,,,H "'"" 'litc the Iwitt of hrki J I J! Cntil liy turn it tinmen, then aparW I I "''""t hke ii nun!" khe Killed. lj .''-X -s i ' '""''' ''"' clnc',er while her cjes li'l l,'?5- U VAAv' (,,l'w wi,,e nl"1 willp witl' wonder. AMJiK jVU'vTA ' Ml,,: "," 'I'1" ",,e ,""st b(; W'M' ...

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. — 6 July 1907

MRS. DE PASSE OF NEW YORK CITY " I Consulted Several Physicians, but they Did Me No Good. Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin Helped Me." ftaWnwr !BVaaVaaVaaVaHflfck C v HsByHBjPiiigflHHHVt H till .1. i..', V.-..VA.VV.N AAAHittHilMMi I MRS. ALINE DePASSE. Mrs. Allno Dot'aiso, 770 E. 105th St., I Now York, N. Y., writes: I "It gives tno ptcasuro to testify to tbo H curatlvo qualities of l'eruna and Mana s' lln. "I was anilctcd for over seven years with catarrh of the head, throat anil digest' n Ive organs. 1 consulted many physicians, (I but they did mo no good. n ' "Ono day I happonod to read somo tcs- m tlmonlnW In your Pcrunu almanac. I JB . decided to try l'eruna and Manulin. I H bought a bnttio of each, and ufter taking I tlicni for a wock I noticed n chaiigo for tho better. So I kept It up, and after m using twelve bottles 1 was perfectly V cured. B "I also pivo tho mcdlclno to my rlill- flj drcn and they had tho sumo bcncilrl.il H rasult. 1 would never bo without theso H tk remedies in tho...

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. — 6 July 1907

W V f 1 Pit Xi ' m Kl TMf;. GARLAND GLOB,? ml i in- u, ' H I I . THE GARLAND GLOBE I INDEPENDENT. I1" ' J A. Wixom, . i Krlltor and Mnjcr. ; , v, Telephone No 52 Red . 'I (Formerly Wystl's llulhr Shop.) ! u , Kntaml Mcond-claM nutur February 17, j- t' tWO, t tht fot offlc t OsrUnd. Uu)i, undsr ' t tht Act of Cunsrus of March 3, 1879. JT .Sitliserlhi-ra who full to recelvo their I ? piipcn rcgiilnrlv, please notify tlili offlro mi ' I y. Saturday, July 6, 1907. 1 1 1 ITEMS OF INTEREST. H J ?. Who say our towi. sprinkling curt 7 iin't a blowing thesn liut day? I , ltc sl Mf?r, Mmlah Evani made a flj Ing I J f trip to 8 Ij City Wednesday. I Jlr. awl Mrs. David Dorlun and ehll- H , drcn were Ogdcn vl-tliors Sunday. Hjr '. Merchant M, A. Unothc wan In the m Yim.h City on business Monday. I, Mr Nonlqulst of O'ilen, fattier of P. H , A. NordquM, I vlillln In (Jarlsnd. H I T M. drbett of Huticroft, Idaho, son Rl of .To. E, Corbet t, It spending the week " In town. Hlj & Trarar Morgan of...

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. — 13 July 1907

B ''mH B ''I "MITHE GARLAND GLOBE "rat i I DEVOI'ED TO THK INTEK.KSTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY ' ' I I Vol.2. No. 23. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, July 1 3; 1907 M 1 l I WUIard v. Garland. a The famous Willard-Brlgham nine, s notorious bunch df jolly, good-natured I bull totters, swooped down upon Gsr- land's Sugar boys hit Saturday and I vrhalloppcd them to the tune of 13 to 4. The game had ho particular Interesting feature to apeak of although aome good plays were made by both teams. Pettln jdll i pitched fpr Qarlnnd up to the 8th inning, then Welling took the box. Goose I'Kgi were handed out to Wlltard in the la at two innings and tbn kick registered by the "fans" was "Vhy dlden't thej put Welling In the box at the beginning of the game"? Keller tossed for Wlllard and delivered the ball in his usual quick-twisted way. The attendance was below the average. Follnwsng is th line-up and scoret Wlllard. Qarland. Wells c Featherstone Keller V PettlngllLWcllIn...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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