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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 31 March 1906

BBaT X. a K' 1 1 1 The Garland Globe H , PublUhed Every Saturday at H QARLAND UTAH, H mmm , H ' Term of 8ubtertptlon: H Ono year (In advanco) fLGO H BIx months " H Threo months .. 6 H I Advertising rates furnished on np- H i plication. M Bntorod as socond-class matter H . February 17, 1900, at tho postomco at H Oarland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H 1 Cress of March 8, 1879. H ' U. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H I UTAH STATE NEWS H Tho linemen In tho employ of tho H Dell Telophono compniiy at I'rovo nro H on a H Surveyors have commenced work H running lines of survey for electric M Mght poles through Unvls county. M A. 11. Ilndllffo, n Suit Luke bnrber fl who wiih found guilty or plying his H vocation wllhnut n license, was fined H H While tearing down u building In H Bait I-nkc, Ulanchnrd Gonlss was H struck by falling timbers nnd serious- H ly Injured. H From Sprlngvllle comes the report H that there nro five candidates In tho H field for the Sprlngvllle postmaster- H ship, lo...

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. — 31 March 1906

H ''bBb I Scene of Disaster in Which I French Miners Lost Their Lives BB Courrlercs, the scene of the recent catastrophe, Ig In Paso !o Calais, northern France, eighteen miles dls- tant from Bothune. It has a popula- tlon of 3,390. It Is In the center of France's greatest cool dlstilct. This district has an area of 190 square miles, and employed In it aro 20,000 MINE8 OF THE 8HAFT VARIETY. 8ome at Courrleres Extended Far Into m the Ground. Coal mines are divided Into two u kinds, tho drift mine and tho shaft mlno. The drift mlno Is dug into tho sldo of the hill and extends by very slow degrees downward. Tho coal is brought to the surfaco In little cars drawn on narrow gaugo rails by don H keys. These mines sometimes extend In H ward for over a mllo In ono direction. H Tho Courrleres mines aro mostly of H i the shaft variety, howover. Somo of H y theso shafts aro very deep. On the H day of tho explosion men wcro heard H calling for help from a depth of nearly BJ half a mile. BJ Tho m...

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. — 31 March 1906

Mfi N III LH sIH H m - i H A . GET RID OF THE GAS B - Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Strengthen H the Stomach bnd nablo It to H Do Its Work. B When tho stomach is fccblo tlio food B lies in it utidlKottod, docuyn and thrown H off poisonous gosci Hint dlstond tho j -walls of tho stomach nnd cnuHo inter- H foronco wilh other organs, especially W rith tho nctiou of tho hourt nnd lung's. m Theso fuses linvo other 111 effects. Tliu H nerves nnd tho hinlu uru disturbed B and discomforts such us illjslnrss, hot H flashes, sleeplessness, lullnblelioss nnd H despondency originate ftoni this source. M Kxpotletico shows tlmt thcMi troubles H vanish jiut ns noon ns tho stDiiinch is H mndo hIiuiik t'lioiiRh to ill-test thu food. H In other wonlH, it needs n toniu that will M roiiHo it to do tho wot It of dunging the H food into lmiiilshmeiif. M MlhM Minerva O. Iulil, of Ipswich, H Mum., My : "I hud u unite stomach H from tho tinio I wns n litllo child. M Whenever 1 took hciuiy find it would H causa tu...

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. — 31 March 1906

I There is only One (BlX I 4 Oenuine-SyrUp Of FlgsA jUii 85!4S L . , ' VotsL'Q'V .aaBBBBBT The Genuine Is Manufactured by the IMSM v California Fig Syrup Co. lliSB BBb! WHBMMMMiHM KVBtfltfBBBsSaBBBBBBBBT u narne the company, California Rlflr Syrup Co, FSmIB to printed on the front of every package of the genuine. ffcj&$9&$M I $' JfjfiiM The Ocnulne- Syrup of Figs- Is for Sale, In Original feRHi Packages Only, by Reliable Druggists Everywhere KijlH 1 Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent Imlta- kSII 1 tions made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable fgNH dealers. The imitations are' known to act injuriously and, should MM$Ji$Sam Buy the genuine always If you wish to get hs beneficial effects. Wj-ffiH It cleanses the system gently yet effectually, dispels colds and headaches VWMMfl l when bilious or 'constipated, prevents fevers and acts best on the TffijMrPM kidneys, liver, stomach arid bowels, when a laxative remedy is needed WrlwMSm b...

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. — 31 March 1906

Br?' ' I I' I ; t THE GARLAND GLOBE I I The Garland , Globe H' INDEPENDENT. H J. A.WnroM, . . Editor and Mngr. I Telephone No 22k K (IV.ntntlyWyntf butcher Shop.) tutorod t actcod-cUu tnattar February 17, H )M, at tha pent efflca at Garland. Uuh, undar H tha At of Cansmt of Mrth S. 1R7. H Saturday, March 31, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. M H. L. Itunli In i the Hick list this week. Mm. Chas. Ault is Islting relatives In H Logan. H MosiahEvaaswasa Salt I.kc visitor H Wednesday. H Miss Minnie Ray of Salt Lake Is vlw.tlng H relatives in town. R. D. Heigh or Penrose was in Gar- H land oa business WodncNdny. H W II. Howe U'lurued Tuesday from H week's sojourn in tho Htate capital. H Robert Wnllis lias received h tetter H from Box "11" and will leave for a nils- H lon foon. H The Misses. Sarah nnd Ada Fowler H returned Suuday from iIt to the H slate capital. H II. P. Booth of tlic Boothe Mercantile H A Produce Co., came over from Brighaui H vn business Wedncaday. B 0. N. Porter carao up from Sa...

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. — 7 April 1906

JgjjjTHE GARLAND GLOBES! I I DEVOTED TO THE INTRESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I Vol. I. No. 9. Published at Garland, Uah. v Saturday, April 7, 1906. fl I "Fats" and 'Leans" I Cross Bats. H You missed a treat If you failed to aco H tho opening game of base ball of the season at the ball grounds Friday last between tin.- "Pats" and "Leans." It H was mi enthusiastic game and brought H fourth considerable mirth from the in- tercsted croud in attendance. The H grounds were in pretty good condition for the game and the day an ideal one I After a hotly-contested battle the "Fata" H had to go way back and sit down and H nee the "Leans" walk off with the H laurels. The "Fats" are not discouraged by I liny means and promise to turn the M tables on the "Leans" at the next game that will make them look like small H potatoes. The game was ludicrous from H the critic's Maud point but furnished an H afternoon of pleasant entertainment. The score, was l0 to 21 in favor of the "Lea...

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. — 7 April 1906

whhhf' HHHHQ t hHHHk K ( f " H''7 HH r strik: on I IN FULL FORCE ' H i Complete Suspension of Min H in? Operations in the H , Pennsylvania Region HBm About 143,000 Men Are Idle as Result H of Walkout, While at Least 17,000 HBl Remain at Work to Prevent HJHJ the Mines From Flooding. H Philadelphia. Thefo was n com- HJHJJ plcto suspension of mining opcratliu H In tho unthraclto region Monday In H acconlanci; with the order Issiud las' H week liy President Mitchell of thu HJHJJ Mlno Workers or America and the H ncnlo committee of that organization, H with tho Military exception of tho Ox- HJHJJ ford colliery, a small Independent op- HJHJJ oration near Scrnntnn, which cmployH 1 about COO hands, with a dally capacity H of about 1,200 tons. This mini w.ih HJHJJ kept in operation during the HtriUo in j; 1902. Every other colliery wan opened r as iiBiinl and In readiness for tha HJHJJ , workcrB, but there wan no response K to thu blowing of thu whistles, other HHH than thu appearance nf the...

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. — 7 April 1906

Bflt '' BB BK BB AFITTEmf J BY ARV gEVEREUX W 1... , y 1 n rYITH ILLUSTRATIONS BV DOM C. WILSON JEl CHAPTER IX. I Ba It was lato In a sultry, almost breeze-1 H losa evening In September, 1811, that H tho ship "Condor," belonging to Laro jH and his associates, dropped anchor In M tho harbor of Fort Itoyal, Martinique. H She had but a single passenger. If B euch ho could bo termed; for It was H Jean Lafltte, returned recently from B a mlsslou which will bo referred to B moro particularly later on, and who E had come from Now Orleans for tho purpose of meeting I.aro, whom he ex j pected to find wnltlng at Fort Itoyal. H Ills search proved unavailing, al- though lie ascertained that Laro had jBj been scon In the town; and after vis H Itlng sovoral of tho places whero ho H was liable to bo found, Lnfltto went IB to an Inn not far from tho wharves, H and ordered supper. IH Hero he sat enjoying tho coolness, H while ho sipped and smoked, when B thoro camo to his cars tho sound of R a volco...

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. — 7 April 1906

f I ; I i - - . . . -... . H H The Garland Globe K Hj Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH, Terma of Subscription: Hi Ono year (In advance) fl.GO Hi Six months 75 j Throo months CO Hi Advertising rates furnished on np- j plication. M Entorod as Bocond-class matter H Fobruary 17, 190G, at tho postomco at Hjj Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con Hj Cress of March 3, 1879. Hj J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager Hj . . 1 UTAH STATE NEWS Hj I I HI i , , Hj' A liorso fair Is to bo held at I'rovo, H: April 1C. Hjl It Is rumored that u flturcli factory H Is to ho erected ut Onrlleld In tho near HJ H Tho Utah DcckccpcrB' association H; will hold Its annual spring convention In Salt Lake City on April G. H Miss Gcrtrudo lnke, a stenographer, H committed sulcldo In Snlt l,ako, taking H carbolic acid. It Is believed she was H inHnno. M Mrs. Rfllo Rlnchcd died In Salt Lnko H City last week from smallpox, she hnv H lng contracted tho dlscuBo from hor H Son, who hns recovered. HJ' Mrs. John M...

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. — 7 April 1906

B 'mmm B Mocking Eyes BBB Mother, laughing ejes I seo, BBB I.,., . I I.,.rl1't nluI b,ue ns Jonder sky; VI i I A.hC, for t,,cm' for em I die; liill J II And they mock nt me. 1 i(t BBB Blue or preen, whlcho'cr they bo fTM Jor disdain can clmnRo their hue BBB ...,,.,0Pe revives when they nro blue. BBB m a. JY!,en 'hey're sreen 't Is Jealousy. VM ' p rclvcn when them I sec, CA 2T Death puccccilb when they ro by; V BBB ON . A,,l for them, for them 1 die; ?V V And they mock at me. ISO BBB Who could think such ejes could prov H i Lures to dazzlo anil deceit e? ""Vi Who Indeed would not bcllcto, H ' Save the henrt that knows not love? In their IlRht lost utterly BBH Me thou'lt nnd when they nro nigh. j BBS Ahl for them, for them 1 die; till I I I And they mock nt me. '"'"f j From tho Spanish of Lopo Lo Veen. I WJ0k oaoE) B (Cop right. 190C, by Dally Story Pub. Co.) BB Mrs. J. Arthur Bmtho wns easily tho leader of Huntingdon's Four Hun- BJ drod. Slio had established her right H to tho tltlo...

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. — 7 April 1906

BBBki '(' Biflk rr; IBK BBE' V BBBjY- It' m BTBbI ! flrBBBBBK ! : bB L Dr.Piercc's Favorite Prescriptian BBL . Is n poworful, Invigorating tonic, Impart- p Ing lioalth and strength In particular BBji to tlio organs distinctly feminine. Tho BBU local, womanly health Is so Intlmntoly Hi related to tho goneral health that when BBU diseases of tho dollcato womanly organs BH J aro cured thu wholo body gains In hoalth BJ' and strength. For weak and sickly BBU women who nro "worn-out," "run-down" Hi or dobilitatcd, especially for women who BBji work in store, ofllco or schoolroom, who HJ lit at tho typewriter or sewing raachlno, or bear heavy household burdens, nnd for BH' nursing mothers, Dr. Pierce's Favorite ! Proscription has proven a priceless bonollt beenmo of Its health-restoring l, and strength-giving powors. BBti As a soothing and strengthening ncr- j vino, "Favorlto Proscription" Is un- BBjr, equaled und Is Invaluable In allaying and . , subduing nervous oxcllablllty, lirl'.nUil-...

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. — 7 April 1906

bbbbbb aaaBBBBafl Come to the Big Electrical Show M 1 April 2nd to 12th, and let H us serve you with a cup of pp. electrical made H? THREE CROWN COFFEE JJJJ and a dainty, delicious bis H cuit leavened with THREE CROWN BAKING H POWDER H Everything Free I Hewlett Bros. Co. H Tree Culture In Paris. Paris spends $100,000 a year to kcer her trees In order and to plant now B ones. Every street of a cortnln width Is entitled to a row of trees on clthei ildo; whllo ovory street of a certain B Creator width has a doublo row. ppj If you go to Conforonco be suro and KB so tho Salt Lnko Route. JH Get a Friend to Try This. If tho Individual attacked has per- H j. feet norvo, and will Btand perfectly K still and hold his hand out, a dog, H however savage, may take the hand B into his mouth but wll not blto It, j If It oraains entirely Immovable. ( Ehchangc. CATS PREFERRED TO IrtUatMMJi Chicago School Teacher Give Rea on for Her Theories. Wo forget who It was that coined tho phrase, "all big thing...

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. — 7 April 1906

j v spjM i sL aH aaaaVt Bl H THE GARLAND GLOBE II The Garland I. Ijlobe M " INDEPENDENT. H J A.WtxoM, . . Editor Mid Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wyatt's Ilutclitr Shop.) H EnUrtvl u atcoml-rlaia matUr February 17. B 1H4, lit tin pott ufllct at Oarland, Utah, under H the Act of Conireu uf March 3, 1879. H Saturduy, April 7, 1906 H aaaaHaaaBBaaiiaflMHMMaiaKflBiaMIMMaft ITEMS OF INTEREST. H April lSth is lister SmiJay. H E. C. Illttcau went to Salt LiikoThtirs- H day F. D. Welling went to Fnriuliigtoii H Thursday. Eph Coombs it visiting in Suit Lake H City to-day. H Hyruni Jensen of Colllnstoa was in Garland Wednesday. John EoMgrcn of Elwood wan seen on our MrcetM Wednesday. H Quite a uiunber of our cltietiH are at H conference tills week. H Tliu Garland Club is adding a rcfrlg- H eratorto the buildlug this week. H Found An umbrella in Amusement H Hall. Call and pay for notice and get H Agr'l. Supt. of The Utah .Sugar Co., George Austin, was a Garland visitor H this week. John...

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. — 14 April 1906

H bbb BB BbI BBt B BB BBBJ BB BBB I "Bi85iTHE GARLAND GLOBE 'fsm I H DEVO I ED TO THE INTRESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H -VJ Vol. I. No. 10. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 14,1906 H H Meeting to Discuss H Base Ball. B The Brlgkam City Commercial Club H aends word that n meeting for the pur. HJ pose nf discussing the Dmc DhII situation BV for Box Kldcr County will be held In Bj (hat city to-day and request that Gar- Bj lapd be represented by two delegates to BJ meet with other delegate! from the var- BJ lous cltlea of the county. BJ 'I'lu-y express themselves aa being Bj very favorable to the organization of a BJ League In this coijiity and tho matter BJ will be dlictiMcd t this meeting H M A ltootlie ,nd W 1 Katoti arc tho BJ delegates apolnted from Garland, H Town Board Meeting. BJ There wan a special meeting of the BB Town Board of Garland held in the HV rooms of thi Garland Commercial Club BB Tuesday night, April 11, there being BB present at said ...

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. — 14 April 1906

Ku- - - bH bHw Hi I bTb1 I JAPANESE WILL I QPENMANCHURIA B Citizens and Vessels of All H Countries Soon to Enjoy Promised Privileges H Japanese Government Has Decided In H Accordance With the Principles BHJ of Open Door and Equal Op- H portunltles for All After H the First of June. B Waslilngton. The following stntc- H ment Iiiih been given out at the Jnp- BHJ ancso legation: H "Owing to tho fact Hint the with- H drawnl of the troops from Mnnchurln H not having Hiilllclcntly progressed, tho H Japanese government hitherto Ims H neither permitted citizens and vessels BBB , of foreign countries to enter the portH H nnd regions of Manchuria, nor allowed BBB foreign consuls to proceed to their H pouts therein. CotiHlderublu progress, BBH however, having now tionn made In this respect, the Japanese government has decided In accordance with the BHB principles of open door nnd equal op- J portunlty ever advocated by them, to H permit cltl.ons anil vcssols of foreign BHB countries to enter, ...

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. — 14 April 1906

HHb. ! ' " bbbb bbbbbH' bbsI B Bbbj M J BY EJJARY gEVEREUX 9fWff '' WTH ILLUSTRATIONS tBT DON C. WILSON BBK 6r ,& fitxrWJ - BBB CHAPTER X. B A night had passed, and the Island BMW -of Martlnlquo lay drowsing In the BMB sleepiness of midday. In Fort Royal BMW bay, before tho sleep town, lay three BMW ships at anchor. The one irearcst BMW shore was a brlgantltlo, beautiful In BMW model and French In build; sho car BMW rled a long elghtecn-pounder nmld BMw ships, and her bulwarks were pierced BMV for lighter guns. This was tho "Black BAW Petrol," and sho displayed the Amerl BMW can ensign, now hanging limp In tho BM motionless air, as wcro the llko colors BAW shown by tho "Condor," rocking near BME by in tho lazy tide. BBS Down In tho luxuriously furnished BM cabin of the brlgantlnc, Lnro and La BMw fltto, seated, and in earnest convcr BAm satlon, paused ocaslonally to scrutl BMf, nlzo this craft. BB& "Perhaps sho means no mischief," BMY muttered tho former; "but tho very BMf (...

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. — 14 April 1906

HHaHEtl-- --n- HHBfll PhI Hi i H H J HHHI HHJ I' HB I I The Garland Globe I Published Every Saturday at I GARLAND UTAH, I Terma of Subscription: I One year (In advanco) 11.50 Six months VG H Three months I0 I Advertising rates furnished on ap- H plication. H Entered as socond-class matter If February 17, 190C, at tho postofllco at I Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con I tress of March 8, 1870. H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager I VTAH STATE NEWS H ' ' H The rcIiooIh of Park City were H closed Inst week for the rt'Kiilnr spring HJ vacation H Charles Allred, of Provo, wnH kicked. H by a horse mid severely Injured, tliu HJ . blow landing Just over the heart. H An organized effort Is beliiR madq M by tho Salt l-alo Mlnlntcrial nssocla- HJ tlon to closo the theatres on Sunday HJ nights. HJ Weber county In to hnve u fair this HJ fall, n company having been formed H last week that will havu the matter HJ in char Re. M Residents of Park City lire rejoicing HJ over tho new doublo train se...

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. — 14 April 1906

H ( bbB I Leaders of Coal Mine Striken I H and Operators in Recrimination HH - -- I BY JOHN MITCHELL. BB (President of the United Mine Work I BB era of America.) I BB UK American peo- I B WBBMWKXm ple wI" pInce tno I B B?5bBjRS reBPnsll)"ity I B8 bPBsI "' m'ners' strike I B V Vf'W I( "10 loor of (ho I B BC-l'.:'lL''':. ft railroads owning I BTf jMPl W "lc ,,,B coal "elds. I B'J WF?t ': -' The' aIs w"i I vsJ, Arfft chnrge this great I BB '9pS?i-r-f; Industrlnl conflict I BB '-vti'' to "l0 mcn wno I iiiP''aA have 'nrg0 Rtocl8 I B mVl H of I BJ BBBBBBb awny I B BBBBBBBB which they pur- I HI BBBBBBBB pose to mako I M BBBBJBJBj ortunes. I B The ml no work- ers entered Into a conference H wlth tnclr employers In a I Hj spirit of earnestness and consclcn- I B tlously endeavored to reach a pcaco- I I alj,e settlement of our dispute. The I B question seemed Irreconcilable. IB I am willing to let the public Judgo II which sldo Is at fault. The miners I H made concessions. The operators with I...

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. — 14 April 1906

HaHHaar aHH 1 I HHH '' aHaHfl H $ M H TREASURE OF BRITISH MUSEUM. M MIm Centuries Old Probably Large H ''ook In World. H Dlgecr than any othor book In th H world that Is, bigger In height nnc! H iroodth Is a curiously tinlnuo atlas H n tho Ilrltlsh mtiROtim. It contains n HJ ' :ollcctlon of tho finest engraved HJ Dutch mnps of tho Stuart period, and B '8 hound In red leather, beautifully M ' trnnmentcd with gold designs, and la H secured by three mnsslvo gilt clasps. H This mighty voluino measures Ave H , 'eet ten Inches hlrh. and is propor- H lonalrly broad, being nearly square B The dedication page In hand dinwn tnd richly Illuminated. It wns pre- tentrd to King Charles II. Immediate- y before ho left Hollnn'J on IiIh ros- :orntlon to the throno In 1CR0. The nly Known con'enn orary reference BBfl to this vo'iuno Is given by John Rvcljn In bin diary, under date 1CG0. BBb 'November 1 I went with some of my BBV relations to court," sas John ISvclyn 'to show (hem his nmJeHtv'n cabinet...

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. — 14 April 1906

BEM bbeeew jbbeeeeeeeei H BEEEfl BBBEEL j mj. , i mmi MujisMHHMMHMMHMaHMHHMaMaaMHMMiHaaMHNtaHMMaHPHMiHaMinMHnMH BEEEEEEBBJ H EX-MAYOR CRUMBO H RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA. Bj "My Endorsement of Pe-ru-na H ! Is Based On Its Merits." Bf Ed. Crumbo. 1TD. CKUMIsO, Ex-Mayor of New 2j Albany, Iiul., writes from 511 E. EEC Oak street: Ett "My endorsement of Peruna is Ef based on its merits. m. . " If a man is sick he looks anxiously Eft for something which will cure him, Ef and Peruna will do the work. ff " I know that it will cure catarrh of EK the head or stomach, indigestion, head- ES tche and any weary or sick feeling. EH " It is bound to help anyone, if used EH according to directions. HV " I also know d&rcns of men who B ipenk in tlio highest terms of Peruna EH. mid have yet to hear of anyono being- B disappointed in It." EH Mr. Crumbo, In a later lottcr, dated H kug. 25, 1004, says: H " My health Is good, at present, but If I should have to tako any mora medl- H cine I will fall back on...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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