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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 27 July 1907

m gH1; K John Henry m at the m Musical B ' 2J.K lCH McHUGH Hj: Cargt V. Ilobart) Hvv D'o '011 cvc cot ready nnd go to n Bfc tniiBlcnlc? Hu. Ign't it the velvet poods? H;. , Thoy pulled ono olt -at .lack Froth. v Inglmm's Inst Wednesday evening and HKir v I lmd ft walk up and down the aisle B;'- WIUl tllc rest or tho bunch. Bfc x Mind yon, I like Jack, bo this Is no Bt , secret conclnvo of tho Anvil nssocla- L 0nl'. I wish to put him wlso that BT,' V when ho Ivch his next mualcnlo my H' address Is Forest avenue, In tho B woods. K ' When I reached Jack's house tho BBT Burnish Brothers wcru grabbing BHT Brotitchy music out of a Riiltar that HL didn't want to rIvc up, nnd tho mad HH rovel was on. HHr Tho Hurnlsh Brothers part their HB balr In the mlddlo nnd always do "Tho H Washington Post" march on their Ljfe tnandolliiH for nn encore. K'. If Mr- Sousa over catches them H,' thero'll bo a couple of shlno chord HHHa squeezers away to tho bad. Kt When the Hurnlsh Brothors took a K, bow nn...

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. — 27 July 1907

TRADITION OF THE R03E. Pretty Leoend Current Amona North American Indians. The North American Indians of the western coast hHle a tradition that roses wero crctit d without thorns. So tall and fair I icy grew that all creatures wero a traded by their beauty and Krarx. Animals that browse upon grassland green herbaga oon discover the tender Bweetness of the roses' nbundMt foliage, and then i every rose treoi folding Its flowers aloft but nttractc; attention and drew destruction to it) ilf. Every part of tie on-th had been given Its glory o roses, but In every place thero wo i animals which sought tho bush, to devour them, and and tribes o roses wero In dan ger of becoming ctlnct. In their ex tromlty they hel a council, for In that faraway rcc nlng of tho world I plants as well as anlnmls had power to speak. To t council all tho roses came, and t ch had a talo to tell of suffering and 'llsastcr. At length It was decided to i end for help to tho Rodman of tho tt bes tho Hiawatha of 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. — 27 July 1907

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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. — 3 August 1907

aBBBBB , ,. , ".to"-- ' " ' ''" " , MM M3s& npurir c a www a tf w oiri vraM 11 W "v A r I H m. 1 I il m M W m. w.nundi.rniMti.f.tcioa mm iL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 2. No. 2G. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 3, 1907 I Gala Day at Burns Farm Home The nurns farm home at Fieldlcg vm turned into a plea.ure resort Tuesday and a Jolly crowd of pleasure seekers participated In one of the most pleasant rvcnfH of Hie summer season. , ' Tlii! members of the Ladles Belf-Cul- tare Club were the guest of honor that day ami Mrs Hcltn Rnrns assisted by her daughter Alice and Miss Ada Fowler, entertained them In royal style. Mm. Margaret Davis and Mrs. .Tames I")als, Mother and sliter-ln-law of Mrs. J. T. I.ant, Mrs. Arrjn Capcner, Mrs. AV It Parke of niverslde, Mra. O. L. Wilcox, Mrs. A. Murle Mrs. Maggl Ben lift, Mk. Kaslc Fonlgcr, Mrs, Fred Rich arils, Mrs. Lemuel Rogers, Mrs. Ada it Kuri, Mra Stevens, Mrs Mary Wanlass and the Clar...

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. — 3 August 1907

V BJ K The Garland Globe Mr Published Every Saturday at Hf' GARLAND .... UTAH i . Terms of Subscription: Bi' Ono year (In ndvanco) $1 CO BXi Six months 75 BB,-' Thrco months SO BM.' Advertising rates furnished on nppll- BMf cation. BKf ' J. A. Wlxom Editor and Managrr If WHAT THE HAYWOOD TRIAL I WILL COST THE TAXPAYERS v ii BBt. ' H ' Enormous Ounr Expended In the Trial BM of Labor Leader for Complicity In BK Murder ofJex-Goverrior Steun- K'. enberg. K; Boise, Idaho. The DoIsq, Statesman Kp presents boiiio ' Interesting statistics Hjt- regarding the-Haywood trial, which H' tins coused almost world-wide Interest, H- becnuso of, tho 'gravity of tho crime Hf charged affd thu prominence. In Inhor Bf circles, at leant, of tho man on trial Ht for complicity In tho murder of ex- K Governor Stounenborg, of Idaho. Hr' It Is exceedingly dllllcnlt to yet oven Hi' estlinnto closely what tho uxpciiBo or Hjf- tho great trial will have been when Hlt all Ih closed up. Up to date It In B, known that...

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. — 3 August 1907

ft THE DELUGE ' By nAVID GRAHAM KBLLIRS, Author of "TSFCOSFMe CHAPTEIl XX.-Contlm.ed. "If nnj'thlng dlsagreenblo should bo i mid or dona this evening here," she iuld, "I want jou to promise mo that you'll restrain yourself, and not say or do any of those things thnt mako me that Jar on mo. You understand?" "I nin always myself," replied 1. "1 can't be am body else." "lint you nro several different klnda of self," 8ho insisted. "And please this evening don't bo that kind. It's coming Into your eyes and chin now." . I had lifted my head and looked round, probably much like the leader of a horned herd at tho scent of dan s' r. "Is this better?'' said I, trying to W tho thoughts I had no difficulty tn gottlng to tho foro whenever my ys were on her. 4l Her smile rewarded mo. Hut It dls- V appeared, gave placo to a look of ner voub alarm, of terror even, at tho "stllng, or, rather, bustling, of skirts U tho hall there was war In tho very sound, and I felt It Mrs. Ellorsly ap peared, beari...

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. — 3 August 1907

VK1' The Garland Globe WOr" Published Every Saturday at flif ' GARLAND UTAH. BKSaff Terms of Stibcerlptlon: ISRw ' 0no ycnr ln ndvfincc) ' ',-5 WtBto Six months llrtTt' Three months r, IlTiE! Advertising rates furnished on a; Mily- plication. Lillv' Kntored nt, second-class matte h8 rebniary 17t l'JOC, nt the postofTlco at J iff11. Onrlnnd. Utah, under the Act of Con- ffi ajress of March 3. 1870. wJ7' ' A vv,xom Editor and Manager jj& ' Hr Saturday, August 3, 1907 kvSBHl'-' K1 la Marriage a Failure? Ba "Maria, the colored nmld, had been Jr'f neglecting her work shamefully. Her HX. tnlBtrens remonstrated, hut In vain. K&r Finally Maria's carelessness called HW forth a sharp rebuke. To soften the Hn Btlng the mlBtruss added: Br "Maria, I think you nuiRt bo In JHr Maria, who was resting ruminative HHF ly on her broom handle drew her HlV nelf up and replied with great dig- HkV nlty: H " 'Deed, ma'am, l'i a married By 'oman!" Judge. B, s "Everybody Should Know" Hcr' 'r ' sn'8 C. ...

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. — 3 August 1907

BBBB m rBBBB vbbvbI I fFSt "IT-a"jr3i ' ' t"t11 in "ijMiT I Gleanings of Gothapv M -life In the Great Metropolis I H IL 'Mirrored for Our Readers JJ r " & FAMOUS '"SPITE CHURCH" H ABOUT .TO BE.TORH DOWH' -usw YOKK.-Urooklyn's famous Bl 11 "splto church" Is about to-be dls Bl mantled and It In a matter of conjee BJ tore as to what use the small piece of Bl ground upon which It stands will be M wand. The little spite church Is on tho Mj Lenox rond, near Flalbush avenue. It J is In the center of a district Inhabited H hy some of Brooklyn's most fashion J able families and many of 'tllem will Bj bo glad when the church has been Bj Tasedrt for It It a reminder of' a "trick" UM that they do not Uke particular, pride Bj In. The church was built by well BJ meaning people In order to prevent B -the Installation of a snloon on Lenox M road. Several years ago a large struc Bj ture with stores on the ground .floor H and Hats above was started on the BBf southwest corner of Flatbush avenue B...

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. — 3 August 1907

HHBvJiBBBBBBBBBJBBBBBB'll V il TALE DELUGE t'ljy CHAPTER XVIII. Contlnuod. (viral ' "' crtn l ,u," tlmt blK l)",llllu ul0,K pBjff& , with me, Joe," wild I. "llosldes, It 7 'nl Bn'0, I'"t " ,n tho lmnk aml B,t ' send me n check." KBjt "Nut on our life," ropllcd Henley B.B&: with n laugh. "The suckorH wo BVyB" trimmed gave chocks, nnd I tinned HA HK u 'cm Into cash na hooii iib tho banks gtlj' opened. I wnsn't nny too spry, cither. Rff W . Two of tho dnmncd sneaks consulted Hl&gu ' lawyers as booh ns thoy sobered off, HklMvfjp nnd tried to Mop pnymunt on their KflHhf checks. They're threatening proceed- Bflji, Ings. Yon must tnko tho dough nwuy BriatT w'tl' J'ou nn1 ' ,1"11'1 wunt n receipt." t1 f "Trimming suckorB, oh?" snld I, not ' oblo to dotldo whnt to do. HL Wpt "Their fathers stole tt from the pub- '; He," ho explained. "Thoy'ro drunken BSu little BiiobB, not lit to huvo money, Hftflg I'm doing a public Hervlco by relieving HHft them of It. If I'd a got more, I'd fo...

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. — 3 August 1907

awawj " " ""wawawwawa bbm I B for Catarrh? ShouldaHstof tho incredionWPo. ruoa bo submitted to any medical ox port, of whatever school or naUomaUty, ho would bo obliged to admit without reserve i that each ono of them was of un doubted valuo in ohronio catarrhal dis eases, and had stood tho test of many - yean experience in tho treatment of . ,Jk BUCa diseases, THEEE CAN BE NO ..DISPUTE ABOUT THIS WHAT ER" Feruna k composed of tho most eflloacious and universally used herbal remedies for catarrh. Every ingredient of Peruna has a reputation of its own In the euro of some phase of catarrh. Peruna brings to the homo tho COM BINED KNOWLEDGE OP SEVERAL SCHOOLS OP MEDICINE in tho treat ment of catarrhal diseases; brings to tho homo the scicntiHo skill and knowl edgeof the modern pharmacist; andlast bttnotlcast,brinjstothohomothovast and varied experienco of Dr. Hartman, I in the use of catarrh remedies, and in tho treatment of catarrhal diseases. The fact is, chronio catarrh is a dis ease...

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. — 3 August 1907

m m 9ft. tr . . THE GARLAND GLOBE H MR THE GARLAND GL'SBE Httft .J INDEPENDENT. Hi 3 A. Whom, . . Editor and llngr bRF: Telephone No 52 Red VK", (Fonrwrly Wyalt's Butcher Shop.) HNHy i ' - Kj TnUrcJ second-class matter February 17, HIK -' IJOfl, t tha post ofllec ut Garland, Utah, under HH(v thoActofConjrrwwof March .1,1879. 3 Subscribers who full to receive tliclr BK papers regularly, please notify tlili office Vm Saturday, Aug. 3, 1907. K ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hg- Mr. ,M, A. Uootho spout Tuesday In Hf Urljrham City. .E H. ' BUl' J0'"1 H Iloothe were In IRr ' towu Monday, IEtYf J'- Otto U visiting relative Is Logan IHft id vicinity. EE j C'has. Edwards Is making a tour of HP the State of Idaho these hot days. KL lilto Nora Sassor ban secured' a posl- MRW tlon at Hltcr Iiros. Drug Store an lady Hkt clerk. Bm Qoorgo Olcason. who is employed at Kfv, . Idaho Falls, Idaho, spent the 24th In Kr Garland. Kj; August 7th, the Box Kldcr Stake Hun- HK Schools will go on on excursion to HBR AVand...

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. — 10 August 1907

1 H mm " " n 1 I " THE GARLAND GLOBE " M Mf , DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY jH K-of Vol.2. No. 27. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 1 0, 1907 H SP Self-Culture Club. In Mm 0 W Mowry entertained the vSMh memlu rs of Hie Ladles' Self -culture Club Bfl Thursday afternoon, twelve members BfcS bonlg present. Pres. Wlicvlon In chair. IE After the roll find minutes, ft synopsis of IB "The Pitt" wm given by Mn J T Lnt. Mil, The members ere Instructed to ao- KS Holt fundi for the establishment of a Vm llliriry. liS As usual, those "Delicious Refresh- fi,', nicnti" wound up the afternoon's doings Int. Mid the club adjourned to meet ut the . 1"'n" ' 'r I ""W Intent Thursday JB" after noon, August 22. V lS At the Sugan Factory Hotel grounds E latt night a very pleasant lawn pnrty Eft wks given by the Club in honor (;f the "- outgoing officers. A detailed account of St alio social will appear in next week's gf IsSiwt. fit " W Wixom's Generosity. MS...

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. — 10 August 1907

I BBJi i i - H The Garland Globe BBj Published Every Saturday at H- -- GARLAND .... UTAH BBT Terms of Subscription: BBj Ono year (In. advance) $1.50 BB Six months 75 BBT Thrco months SO BB Advertising rat 03 furnished on nppll BH BH J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I MONTANA Till ROBBERS - MAY SOON BE' run BB Young Man Arrested for Complicity In BB Robbery and Murder Accuses BB Two Others of Crime. H . ; BB ' Butte, Mont, George Tower, arrest- BB cd hero on Tuesday upon tho chnrgo of BB Implication In tho holdup of thu North BB Const limited near llntto on Mny 7 BB )ast, nnd thu murder of Knglnccr Clow, BB in tho courso of nn Interview, Impll- BB rates two men ho mimed as .loo Gor- BB don nnd "Dutch." Thoso men, says BB Tower, wcru thu actual robbers, but BB ho allowed them to uso his. room In BB n local lodging house ns headquarters. Bh Ho Hays Gordon threatened to kill BB ( Mm If he "Mowed." B.' Tho first clow to Tower'H guilt was BV had through a suit caso filled with dy- BjB niiml...

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. — 10 August 1907

HiV f THE DELUGE i CHAPTER XXI Continued. ! Tho appearance of tho man who f poned tho door for Anita and mo I suggested that our ring had roused t tint fioin a bod where ho had deposit I d himself without bothorlng to tako It all Ills clothes. At tho sound of my m Tolco, Hall peered out of his private W flmoklngroom, at tho far end or tho j? Iinll. He started forward; then, sco ff lng how I was accompanied, stopped ? -with mouth ajar. Ho had on a rnggod $ emoklng-Jackot, n pair of Bhupelcss old Ilomeo sllppors, his ordinary buslnoss waistcoat and trousers. Ho was wear- Ing neither tlo nor collar, nnd a short, f olack plpo was between his lingers. ' ' We had evidently caught tho house i hold stripped of "lugs," and sunk In f. the down-to-tho-heel slovenllnesa f which Is called "comfort." Joo was . -crimson with confusion, aud was using his free hand to stroke, alter nately, his shiny bald head nnd bis , "heavy brown mustache. Ho got him JR self together sufficiently, after a few l J ...

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. — 10 August 1907

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBI H TUP GARLAND HI OIU,. K BBiaaBBal mm ! I "''IT H M ' ' The Garland. Globe H Published Evsry Saturday at H Garland utah. H Terms of Subscription: H One rear (In advance) 11.50 H His month ...., .. 75 PPH Three months 50 H Adrartlslng ratea furnished on a? plication H Kntered at second-class mattaf PPH aTebruary 17, 1D0G, at tlio postofllre at H Oar I and, Utnh, under tho Act of Con PPH fertsa of March 3, 1879. H' If, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Managar Wm Saturday, August 10, 1907 H Put In Culverts. H Property owners along Factory 1 St. should bo requested to put in j culverts across the side walk , where they have dug wnist-wnter i trenches. Along this sidewalk are K u number of dangreiout trenches which should be bridged over H ' before some serious accident oc- K. Water The Trees. f" Notice the beautiful rows of B ornamental trees growing on the H streets of our town. Isn't it a pleasure to you to see them look- M ing well? Then do not neglect V to Rive them a diink...

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. — 10 August 1907

p ."UTATT STATE NEWS , " Jnmcs Blackwood RubboH, of Hoy, r who camo to Utah hi 1807, Is dead ' at the bijo cf C5. 1 The Escalanto country 'has shipped 140,000 pounds of wool, most of It at prices from 12 to 14 V4 rents a pound. f Eorllor clip hroughl 18 cents. The miners union of Park City de clared a holldny on Wednesday of Inst wook, In order to celebrate the ac JL qulttnl of William D. Haywood. I Judges of the district court cannot collect fnlleagu from the state under the 1003 law,accordlng to' a supremo court decision rendered laBt weok. Governor Cutler 'has appointed fif teen delegates to represont the stato of Utah at the National Irrigation congrcss at Sacramonto, Cal., Septem ber 2 to 7. William J. Coda, an aeronaut, Btiuck fiomo olcctrlc wires while descending in n parachuto at Ogden, nud was badly burned. It Is believed, however, that ho will recover. During nn electrical storm which swept over American Fork, the hay stack and barns of A. B. Adams were sot on Ilro by a bo...

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. — 10 August 1907

B Copyrlelit: 1507: by Byron Williams. H ' The Chew Things. IH nay. did yaw ovor nit roidn-wpeil gum? H stublile and inn wn wins (,'lnt rIUIhk mini' H crnploim, It Kanmn orcul liud In yewr FH Btli-k'i llkn Dip lllckpn and Kits ttnder- H wo found yotnn I ii.llnn 2-linrco 2. B It si own rroiind on tint lilt I hy llieo Mow! H J'ow Ttln chow Hint! nnd (?lst spit like n H mnn B kIiiMiIu 1'iin't Spit very fur, lint I win' H now no enn kII "HtU'ry ulm In then Itim H nivl did jew rter rlii-iv Mint? Glut fill H then ulion Hire slip In awl rhcwrit iiml ' ttl't 1 It Ik Klit line fcr 2 1'uhUi wltli, yew liet' H Tridiiy I p.iHli-d u feller In itrliool V (efliir xhi' llvKcd inv fur liritkliiK tlico 1 t ltntitv h lw tliut dipm-il hlck'ty nut Hl mIiikUh H i;ci' lint Ills 1 1 pi huh u w I pulled full ( HBVH; tlio) Im cist lull of cliuw HiIiirh itrowlnR H wild Hl that In nit good nn I cu 1 riiih fcr n child' V nrvt Hill omit HiiirnnppIrM dnn by 111" B J know n pliiii- uIipia llicy crow M'ry B jiurty ...

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. — 10 August 1907

W " tFred backs. The kidneys have a grcal work to do In keeping tho blood pure. When they get out of order It causes backache, headaches, dizziness languor and distress ing urinary troubles. Keep tho kidneys well and all these suffer ings will bo saved you. Mrs. S.A. Moore, propiletor of a res taurant at Water vlllo, Mo., says: "Ho j fori using Dean's Kidney Tills I suf- ferod everything front kidney troubles for a year and a half. I had pain In the back and head, and almost contin uous In' tho loins and felt weary all tho time. A few doses of Dean's Kid ney Pills brought great relief, and I kept on taking them until In a short tlmo I was cured. I think Doan's Kid ney Pills aro wonderful." For salo by nil dealers. BO cents a box. Foster-Mtlburn Co,, Buffalo, N. Y. MONDAY UNIVERSAL WASH DAY. t.v Recognized as Such "Over Almott All fi the World. V ' I Why does nearly nil tho civilized l ' world wash clothes, on Monday? What hns Monday to do with washing? It J wos originally tho moon'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. — 10 August 1907

B THE GARLAND GLOJJE I T --i .. ... i-.i .,. . . . m T.ttgG-ARLAHD GLOBE H J A TTir.o:-:, . S.dtso; ana Mrr B Telephone No 52 Red (Formtrly Watt' RutcW Shop.) H F.ntord as aecond-clain matter Prbnury 17, H IfOO, at (ha pout oflleo ut Uurlanil, Utah, timler H the Act of Connrcsa of March 3. 1879, H Snbscrlburt who (all to receive thtlr B papers rcgulurly, ple-iso notify this oflleo HH Saturday, Aug. 10, 1907. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. I'dimhI I.mllcs' fun. Cull fit thl olllce find Identify Hiini" H .Mrs'P H 1'ilwiinli was (siting rcatiws H In Hrlghntn City Sunday. ' Dr. Win. . 1 1 Icli U sporting it flue 1 horsontid bugy now -a dryn. Joseph I! Corbrlt I Wilting Ills futility H fit Ilntu'orft, Miilni, (Ms week. m .Mr nnd Mrs Jonph Jensen worn visit- H crsto Ilrighniii City hit .Saturday. W l)r J. M. Tranche's new residence, mi H Factory St l Hearing completion, H (liirluiitl boasts of "3" llvcrj stables, B "3" hotels mul "3" grocery stores ft MKs lliittle Hess leaves tmlny for V Fmiiiliigi...

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. — 17 August 1907

SBBBBBBBsBi jftflK. vaubscrlbcTo.dayi-YmeAkotAf. fl W Jm MM HVm V' H f ,Aj J -J I . Job Pr.ntlnQi-Do yeu visa Ltt aBEM'- ford tolwfthut your Homb , HLJ M ! HI H H Mk MLm I H Hk fl H M Hk H .SST HLJ Heads. Statenwnta. Bill JUada. 'HHHI 8MH PXrtK.' Add Vonr name to our Hsaafll Htf H Hi HLaafT H Hi IWkl Hi HI H HI HtaaK. M Envelop.. Card. ButUx Wrap. HHHI HHr y UatofiuWriiwra TO-DAY and HrH HT1 HI aaa m HFHk f M f Wkl HI HTvs. HT1 l'- "lei If to. w print then HHHI M nttheoLotBCZtimeiarMrfor H w . W AaaHl . M amaatHk I H Hi Ml HI H SU H a nllhtamfiwc mid can aatiaftr you? HHH WB the ttun of One Dollar and a Half M H H H A W. H PH H WL H JB 1 J U . Hi A W W wan ta and ruiranU aatlafa telon HHHJ P DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ;. , V p Vol.2. No. 25. Published at Garland, Utah. ' Saturday. Aug. 17, 1907 H J Yhe Return Game. ,'1 The County-seat's prominent business men consisting of bankers, brokers, ,," lawers, doctors, peach buyers and straw- berry r...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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