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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 21 November 1918

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH BRIEF REVIEW OF A WEO EVENTS M RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT H HAPPENINGS IN ITEM- H IZED FORM 1 Horn and Foreign Newt Gather H From All Quarter of the World, H and Prepared for Duty Mtn M INTERMOUNTAIN. H Joseph F. Smith, president Of the H Clmrcb of Jesus Christ of Lnttcr-duy H ulnls, died nt Halt Lnk City, Novem- H tier II), following mi Illness of scvcnil fl months, having recently celebrated his H eightieth nnnlvcrfcnry. H St. Peter's mission, located In the H Itocky inoiiutulns on the road between H Great Falls and Helena, Mont., wax H Imrncd to the ground early Sunday H According to It. II. Smith, cntomol- H oglst of tho statu university, clover H fields around Twin Fulls, Idaho, lire H infested with aphis", and ho udvlscs H grazing to eliminate tho pest. H M. 8. ltrownlng, n brother of John M. H Ilrownlng, Inventor of tho imiclilno H pins used by thu army, has left H Ogden, Ulnli. for Hartford, Conn., for H ii conference regarding the future...

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. — 21 November 1918

BsTT ' ' -muw-w, a..., . .,..-..,..,..,..,,. '-...aayTT'35i.ttate "r .- r ,.,... .a i-' r--:-.v. - 2?lySJJ jMa li I a.1 i. , . .1.- ..... I., ii on ...... . i.iMuji -t .- -- " nf-yr1'-'- - Tr"- " ! - - , . r" i I a an " - - - - - (taVAWj 'v BSSBl v J ' - " Bl , , .. ' THE GARLAND CITYGLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' ' XM TvTZ " 1 Christmas It's not too early to bethinking 1 of the aifta you will buy. Write and let ut know what you havo In - mind. Perfectly safe to trade by mall with us. BOYD PARK rOVrfMOIfiftt MAKERS OF JEWELRY K)0 MAIN STRXET SALT LAKE CtTT i , BARGAINS IN USED CARS SO ipUadM u4 cart-Dalck. OtdimoMlet, N. tlootli-USO to $100. CatiaatttJ first clti tinning conditio n-tiir itrm U winted bf iljht pirtlti. Wrht (of 4ullti Hit tad Jticflr lloo, UJ Cif Depl., Ramlall-Dodd Aulo Co, Sill Ltk CI tr EXPERT KODAK Finishing Hare our protaMlnnsl nhotqjrphor do Tout fnUhlne, O U I PI KRS HI South M sin 1)0x791. OmrLiMXO Bslt l.nss Ollr Film Camerai Supplies ma WANTFI Ilyouwanthhrwaiieiles...

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. — 21 November 1918

bsbV sal M . THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH H " Th Garland City Gloha H , CfS ' ' INDEPENDENT H ,., . Publishod Weekly afl . v J. A. Wixom - - - Publisher H !$'' Boll 'phono .... No. 62 B I , !? H J ' Terms of Sitscrlptlon: M ? ' One year (In advance) $2.00 H ' , Six monthB .... $1.00 M i " Three months 60c M j.- : fl J' Entered as second-class matter, February H - 10, 1906, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- M ; ;;, grss of March 3, 1879. fl ' Subscribers who fall to receive their papers H regularly, please notify this ofOce. H THURSDAY, NOV. 21st, 1918 I Utah Indus- I trial Review H Paclfio Coast Manufacturer and H Industrial News Bureau H o H Salt Lake Herald: Utah and B n number of other western states H will extend their activities with H tho coming of peace. War has H forced them to undergo the rc- H trenchment which is ahead of H the district favored in tho war H appropriations. They havo sur- H voyed this period and tlio future H promises not retrenchment but H g...

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. — 21 November 1918

HHHHHHHH-----M H wuMMiiftOTffli , ..At-ry' "-1 -" FH I- THE OARLAND CITY GLOBE, QARLAND, UTAH " ! 1 --- II , I"" 1 " f'H A Few of the Many Things Offered Exclusively to the Owners of Automobiles by D H I HYMER BROTHERS GARAGE I I Bergie National Spark Plugs, n In addition to these Exclusive Offerings, we will Repair and H H U U The only guaranteed plug we know of N Charge your Storage Battery, and rent you a battery of same I U , 0 I Federal Tires and Tubes, - I voltage while yours is being charged. I U H U Racine Tires and Tubes. I w 1 -p l - ' U H "" M,caa"u 'TC! - Vulcanize your Tubes and Casings. - H H U I Goodyear Tires and Tubes, . ' ; D . , , n , f . , , t IV D I .--- ., -. ' . r Kepair your rord at rord ractory prices, by rord lixperts I II H HI Michelin Extra Heavy Red Tubes,. J H H PI Weed Chains and Adjusters ' Do guaranteed work on your automobile by Experts. U W I K. B. Spot Lights', - -." We handle Wolf Head oils and greases and will make I H H '' H I Columbia Storage ...

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. — 21 November 1918

BBBBi BBBal H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAlfff, UTAH " ' "' ": J , bbH '"' ' ' ' "r"" ' " H Shanghaied at H ' Seventeen H Sergeant Arthur Guy B Empey Author of "Over the Top." H , "First Call," Etc. H . til H r o-o-o I B Mr. Empey's Experi- 1 enccsDtiringHisSeven H teen Months in theFirst H Line Trenches of the H British Army in France 1 H ' BJBJB (Cop-right, 1517, l.r TM MrClaro Newipapor BBBI i . brntiicatoj H Tn New York 1'ubllc School No. 78 I H hnd throo chums, "Bill" Meek, "Jim" H Fleming, and "Chnrllo" Ungcr. . B . Hill wns full of wild Idcna and H schemes. Ho had tho "get-rlch-qulck" H mnnln. About every two weeks ho H would cnll us nsldo and In n myste H rlous nnd .Important mnnnor carefully H unfold somo daring scheme to got rich 1 quick, giving his personal guarantco 1 thnt It could not fnll. At first wo H wcro very enthusiastic over his H schema and wanted to go In "with H both feet," nnd would cnrcfully work H out tho details of how to proceed, H when, hang I 11111 wou...

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. — 21 November 1918

V" J""""" M"lf -" -- -.- ' ' i"lr' .r'tftg-Tgji'1;y' w-------;----r , , . - Jt-t... . . , . .,--. r . , .ji VH Bl'ill in. wi WiH'' nr l '1' lil-.h-Tfr.ll j i. , . hIsm"'"" --. .4 9 SLM - it H e skl I . .. . , , , THE GARLANDCtTY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH s ' jflsHlssssssHRslsflsB2LlxlfrJlUsMfKhiK Why Compare Beef and Coal Profits? Swift & Company has frequently stated that its profit on beef averages only one fourth of a cent a pound, and hence has practically no effect on the price. Comparison has been made by the Federal Trade Commission of this profit with the profit on coal, and it has pointed out that ' anthracite coal operators are content with a profit of 25 cents a ton, whereas the beef profit of one-fourth of a cent a pound means a profit of $5.00 a ton. ; The comparison does not point out that anthracite coal at the seaboard is worth at wholesale about $7.00 a ton, whereas a ton of beef of fair quality i3 worth about $400.00 wholesale. To carry the comparison further, the 2...

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. — 21 November 1918

W J ." ! I r ' x ' THE QARLAND CITY QLOBE. GARLAND, UTAH, ' """ "" J gg i i I 1 STEADIER HOG MARKETS PLANNED I BB ' i ' BH H Hog Producers and Packers Confer With Repre- H sentatives of the Food Administration and H Agricultural Department and Adopt H New Plan of Regulation. H In accordance with the policy of the Food Administration since Its founds- H tlon to consult repressntatlTa men In the agricultural Industry on occasions H of Importance to special branches ef the Industry, on Octos " 21 thcro was H convened in Washington a meeting of the Lire Stock Subcommittee of the H Agricultural Advisory Board and the special members representing tho swine H Industry to consider the situation In the hog market H The conference lasted for three days, and during this time met with the H executive committee ef tho fifty packing firms participating In foreign orders H for pork products and with the members of tho Pood Administration directing H foreign pork purchases. H The conclusions of the...

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. — 28 November 1918

I H i,;r ... -.Tfct'kAf.': ";,.;. I Ml. .' , H WANCIAL CENTER OP THE GREAT BloAR RIVER VALLEY ' H j. 1 ijg&r THE GARLANf CITY GLOBE IIP5 j I 1 COVERS THE B E A "R RIVER V A L L E Y LIKE A BLANKET H ! VOL. XHt OARLAND, UTAH, THURSDAY, NOV. 28th, 1918 No. 44. H 1 WW 3 I The Wearing j of the Mask j ; . Thero seems to bo different opln- ? ' ions rolntlvo to that uncomfortable, idisagrooablo mask that wo aro cottf- pclled to wear these days and It Is a question whether the mask Is n , U benefit or n detriment In the minds of u' , many. Nono of the masks wo have .1 ;'' seen so or arc up to tho standard , 10 thicknesses of gauze and wo very r much doubt that any of them receive r a washing and boiling every two hours J " a rccommcndcjl. Hero are somo of S' the opinions expressed which will, no V. doubt, be of Interest to our readers: - ? With regard to the wearing of tho , j , mask, Dr. Beatty said tho mask is a j ' splendid means of combatting tho dls- j L "t ewe whin .rightly used. D...

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. — 28 November 1918

stal H I J THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH H Horses for H '-, France H Sergeant Arthur Guy Empey H Author of "Over the Top," M "First Call," Etc. 1 O-O-O M Mr. Empey's Expori- H ' oncesDuringHisSeven- H teenMonthsintheFirst fl Line Trenches of the M British Army in France LLH r (Uopjtlgbt,UlT,brThAMcUlncoHtwip4por H -2- H It was 1011, ntul tlio great world fl war wasjin, and hero wns I In the H United States nnd neutral. For thlr- tocn years I hnd been soldiering but hnd novcr been under (Ire. In my H ImnRlniitlon I could hear tho guns. booming ou the western front. I ml- H mlt I wns n trlflo nfrnld; nevertheless H I had n groat dcslro to gut Into the mis- H up. How' could I get over? I planned H out many ways, but nopo of them H wcro practical. B Ono day while walking down Grqpn- wlch street. New York, I nnsscd an B employment agency. Staring mo In H tha fnco was n grbnt flaring sign, H "Horses for Franco." Under this H "Men Wanted." Ilcro was my chance. H Upon returning to m...

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. — 28 November 1918

I l I .-- --- THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ;;l I HOW MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN JURATION Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from a female trouble which caused mo much I , . ,n. Buffering, and two I III HUililliiU I doctora decided yHJJI ht would havo HH operation before I HBM , "My mother,' who hMEMI had been helped by HC'l LydlaE.Plnkham'a lliHByipUll pound, advised ma 'VJfi.SmJi totryltbeforoaub PtfmfiffnSBm mtttinBtoanopcra S4M tlon. Itrcliovcdrno , . from my troublea so I can do my house work without any difficulty. I odvlso any woman who & afflicted with female troubles to Rlva Lydla E. Plnkham's Vcgotablo Com pound n trial and it will do aa much for ihem." Mrs. Mamh Boyd, 1421 6th St, N. ft, Canton, Ohio. Sometimes thcro are serious eondl tiona where a hospital operation is the only alternative, but on the other hand ao many women have been cured by this famous root and herb remedy, Lydla E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound, after doctora have said that an operation waa necessary e...

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. — 28 November 1918

sal "" " THE GARLAND CI,TYCLOBE, QARLAD, UTAH - - . . - " ' ' v ' - " -"- -v The Garland City CIofe H INDEPENDENT fl - j ' Published Weekly H V' " j. a. Wlxotn - Publisher (m V Boll 'phone - - - ' , - No. 52 L. Terrm of-SuvcrIption: -v One year (In advance) - - $2.00 M Six months $1.00 H Three months GOc H ' Entered as second-class matter, February H - j 10, 190G, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- M -? grss of March 3, 1879. H Subscribers who fall to receive their papers H regularly, please notify this office. H THURSDAY, NOV. 28th, 1918 ON THE MARCH- -Dr. George Ellis Jones, in Hygcne and War, M culls attention to the fact that, although the present war Is largely H a war of position In which trenches play a leading part, marching H still occupies much more of the soldiers' time than combat. For H that reason it is of prime importance that the soldier be able to H march well. The general public has n mistaken idea of the length H of a heavy march, tho tendency being to placo ...

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. — 28 November 1918

7 .- t4 4. i . , m i. ...., -,.,. ...,T...1-r -n-irfi-norr- v-nr i r i r r "-?!&, ,-Y r ffi,, ' ,. .. ', -'"VB H H "3 t . THE GARLAND'CITV GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH ' ' i I tj ALL BUILDING RESTRICTIONS 1 I I u J aft Ml ak Hfe H I 1 H II Iml III I I I II H 4 n ' i n iiD i l i i i- ii ; - - n H Ii Ii IV Ii r I I r II H I 1 J N 0 PERMITS REQUIRED J I ; H "-, ".; JS?'r fl The following is contained- in a telegram from the WAR INDUSTRIES U n I f B, ' - If. fl BOARD TO THE STATE COUNCIL OF DEFENSE: U Q U '"'." ;';'' H "We believe that there is now available sufficient labor, D U I ' n-"' -: H fuel, transportation and building materials to warrant the H U B H ' j! U withdrawal of ALL RESTRICTIONS on building projects. fl U H U We feel it the duty ofthe board to AID THE PUBLIC AND H : Q D 1! Q THE INDUSTRIES tO RETURN TO NORMAL CONDI- V 8 D fl TIONS AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE." H D I H 'The Above statement, although brief, is authoritative. It clearly indicates that the Government wants to ENCOU...

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. — 28 November 1918

LallllllllllllllB LH H Hi H W iiH THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE.' GARLAND. UTAH . I I CONSIDER PLAN TO EXTRADITE KAISER H QUE8TION UNDER ADVISEMENT, H OF DRITI8H AND FRENCH H LAW OFFICER8. H Former Emperor Hat Been Indicted H Three Timet for Murder In Con- H nectlon With Dastardly Crimea H During the War. H Xondon. It Is understood tho qncs- H (Ion of the extradition of tho former H German emperor is being considered H by British law officers of tho crown, H who nre working In closo co-operation H with tho French authorities. Action in B tho premises was taken Immediately H uftcr tho flight of tho former em- H poror to Holland. H Tho Kvcnlng News says It under- H stands tho law officers Imvo conclud- H i cd that tho allies aro entitled to dc- H mnnd tho extradition of tho iormor H emperor, and that this decision np- H piles also to Individuals who havo com H mlttcd or given Instructions for tho commission of cxtradltablo crimes. H It Is added that Holland, takes tho H vlow that sho has not...

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. — 28 November 1918

H THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE,' GARLAND. UTAH s . , I CONSIDER PLAN TO EXTRADITE KAISER H QUESTION UNDER ADVI8EMENT, H OP BRITISH AND FRENCH M LAW OFFICER8. B "Former Emperor Has Been Indicted H .Three Times for Murder In Con- nectlon With Dastardly Crimes 1 During the War. aakafl B London. It Is understood the ques- H tlon of the extradition of tlio former H Ocrnian emperor Is being considered H by British law officers of tho crown, H who nre working In closo co-opcratlon H with the French autliorltlcs. Action In tlio premises wns taken Immediately B after the flight of tlio former cm- peror to Ilolnud. 1 Tlio Uvcnlng News snys It under- stands the law officers linvo conclad- 1 cd that the allies nro entitled to do- H mnnd tlio extradition of Uio former erapcror, and that this decision np- H piles also to Individuals who have com- H mlttcd or given Instructions for tlio H commission of cxtrndltablo crimes. H It Is added that Holland takes tho H vlow that slio has not tho power to H surr...

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. — 28 November 1918

B I THE GARLAND CITY GOBE, GARLAND, UTAH .. I LOOK AT CHILD'S I TONGUE IF SICK, I CROSSJEVERISH HURnY, MOTHERl REMOVE POL SON8 FROM LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, DOWELS. QVE CALIFORNIA 8YRUP OF FIQ3 AT ONCE IF DILIOU8 OR CONSTIPATED. H W H Look at Uio tongue, mother 1 If H touted, It la a suro lgn that your lit- H tlo one's stomach, liver and bowels I needs a gentle, thorough cleansing at H -once. H When peevish, cross, listless, pale, ,H -doesn't sleep, doesn't cat or act natu- I rally, or Is feverish, stomach sour, B lircath bud; tins ctomnch-achc, soro H throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, glvo n tenspoonful of "California Syrup of I Figs," and In a few hours all the foul, I -constlpntcd waste, undigested food I and sour bllo gently moves out of tlio m little bowels without griping, and you I liavo a well, playful child again. I You needn't coax sick children to I tako tills harmless "fruit laxatlvo;" I they love Its dcllclods taste, nnd It I always makes them feel splendid. Ask your drugg...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 28 November 1918

I mmmKmmmmmmmmmmm THE GARLAND CITY GJ&BE, GARLAND, UTAH ------ H I LOOK AT CHILD'S I TONGUE IF SICK, I CROSSJEVERISH I HURRY, MOTHER! REMOVE POL 80N8 FROM LITTLE STOMACH, LIVER, BOWEL8. I GIVE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIG.8 AT ONCE IF DILIOU8 OR CON8TIPATED. BBBl IBs I V I Look ut tho tongue, mother I U I coated, It la u suro nlga that your lit- I tlo one's Btonincli, liver and bowels I needs a gentle, thorough cleansing at I once. When peovlsh, cross, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, doesn't cat or net nntu- I rnlly, or Is feverish, stomach sour, lircuth bad; has Btomnch-ache, soro throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, glvo n I -tonspoonful of "California Syrup of I Figs," and In a few hours ull tho foul, I -constlpntcd waste, undigested food uml sour bile gently moves out of tho I llttlo bowels without griping, and you I liavo a well, playful chlhl ngaln. I You needn't coax side children to I tako this harmless "fruit laxative;" I they lovo Its dcllclods tnstc, nnd It I always makes them ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland City globe. — 28 November 1918

Ji,alrBJsBMrp"rssaWi l I ' " " 1 ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH x ' H r' ' ' " ' - ... I jTHE GARLAND CITY GLOBE; H THURSDAY, NOV. 28th, 1918 , I LOCAL HAPPENINGS BBJ George Dlnnforcl is hero this week HBJ on a visit. BBJ G. C. Hymer and Barber Louts Pc- BBJ terson returned Tuesday from a very H pleasant hunting and Ashing trip in H Southern Utah. They visited Sevier, H Wayne, Iron and Washington coun- BBJ tics, whero they found an abundance H of game and fish arid had an outing H long to bn remembered. They wcro H gone for about eight days. HBJ Mrs. Chris Anderson accompanied H her son, Homer Anderson, as far as BB Ogdcn Thursday of last week, he be- H ihg on his way to Seattle, Wash., BH. where he will spend the winter. BB Mrs. N. P. Anderson returned to BB Brlghum Ust Friday after a visit hero H with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Cc- BBg pnus Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. BB Lewis 0. Johnson. H 9 H Dr. C. K. Berg left' yesterday BK .f or Wlllard to spend Thanks- giving with his...

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. — 7 December 1918

:-.....Vir.. m.i... Li,,, , , , ..,,,,, ,w ,, .-JT- w- -n -" .aT??i??w . V.: ,'llMWWiP3r1a'4aBifeim' w. m' ... " ' - jiw7,.. -... r "2MB BJJJUI I I u n . . . r , g - ... m x w w,l.li . .w.iwni.il'1g'"l"'l"w"l " r y 1 JT'H hi fl I " 4 'I HH 'j&r fl fl ,iSlM"', "? ' ... - .ssfcj ' B H . ' " GARLAND CITY THE METROPOLISCOM MERCIAIf ANflFWANCIAL CENTER OP TIIE GREAT Bin mVBR VAUJnY M I mf THE GARLANl CITY GLOBEpPl I H I r Ml I !!- .Ill II II ll.lllt I I II I -M III I WMM I " mmt , i j H COVEPS THE BEA RIVER V ALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I H vol. XIII GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY, DEC. 7th, 1918 No- 45. flflB - 1 Must Wear the Mask HHH ' o B Owing to so many of our pco- B pie as well as people from the B outside, failing to carry out the H city ordinance relative to the B wearing of masks, the City H Fathers were compeilcd to take B further action along this line. B Accordingly, at the meeting of B Ul Council held Tuesday even- B Ing, Health Officer G. H. Mow- B ry was instructed to rigidly in- B...

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. — 7 December 1918

bbbbbb! 1 X THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH I BRIEF REVIEW OF ft lEJfSENTS H RECORD OF THE IMPORTANT H HAPPENINGS IN ITEM H IZED FORM H Hem and Foreign News Qathr4 H Prom All Quarters of the World, H and Prepared for Busy Men H INTERMOUNTAIN. H Jnmcfl lJirson, a retired HttptUt mln- M Istor, was shot uiul Instnutly killed nt H Denver In n room In the renr of Ills B grocery store. Ilia assailants', two fl youths who wore guuza Influenza M musics mid wlio demnnded mi entering H his- Bloro to know tho location of Ids H cash drawer, escaped. M Tlio mayor of Denver litis refused the H petition presented lilm by u delegation M If Denver minister, asking for tho Is- H jmnnco of nn order closing nil stores, H cliurchey, places of amusement nnd till H other establishments open to thu pub- M lie because of tho Influenza epidemic. B Wolfgang Thlcle, enemy alien being H trnnsfcrrcd from Fort DUhs to Fort M Douglas. Utah, leaped from u moving fl train nt Lob Cerrllloi, X. M nnd mndu H his ...

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. — 7 December 1918

B)WWPHI .:liiJ.jaiBttMMBBBBBBBBBBW . Mlwmf'-ii'vfffiwi. wiwjlWWMIWWMMttWiiwB y wwiM-ffinrfflWftMitMfl ,.....,,.. .- . " .w.wi.....-.. -aw-rJt,JW.., , .. ...-..... B I bbbbbi I ' H I - " "Mi H I t .'.-.. , THJSGARLANDXITYGLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH --- .. H THE JOYOF MOTHERHOOD I 'Came to this Woman after I Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's I Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health Elltinsburff, Wash. " After I was married 1 wna not Well for a long Umo I ii and a Rood deal of Hill ' 1 Ul0' l,mo W08 no UMBIbU fit)' to B obout r'W Our greatest dcslro HsV1sbVw was to hnvo a child i IIKkTivr Kill in our homo and ono Illim3k5.lf 'fllllll doy ,ny husbnnd fHsfi'u1 cnmo back from lw! town with a bottla . lll'lwvWJ U I at Ly(lla E- P'nk- ! $tfcH Jm's .Vegetable i MTVfVff Compound and &fefV wanted mo to try It. IWIWP It brought relief ' , from my troubles. 'I improved In health bo I could do my housowork; wo now haven little one, all of which I owo to Lydla E. Plnkham'i Vcffetablo Compound." Mrs. O. S, ...

Publication Title: Garland City Globe, The
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