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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 October 1907

ii t I THE WAY IT DIDN'T HAPPEN. H "Motlu-r -Mid little Willi.' Jonns. H "It llnTO'H llll Wlllk tl ill). H lM tiku to Join Hip citlii'r lmn Ha , And i:n In nulimnliiK. Inn" H ' Tlicri' imt n lilt nf work In day," Hiilil Willie1 innlliir l:lnd: H , "II'm useful In Knew him- (n swim, H Ho 1401 do nut tnlilil." H "I'litliiT,' Raid Willie In bin pa H When lio Imil older grown: H ( "I'd Ilka to smoke itml wlHh that I A lirlnr plpu mlKlit own." !"Aml no yon nlinll." wild WHIIo'h p.i, I'rniiil or IiIh inuiily hum: Ami In tlin Morn lio went to liuy H A real e.peiinlvo one. H "ileur folks," unlit Willie tn them nil M When hu uiih twenty-three. fl j "I lovn Miirlc. anil we're piibukmI B Ami murrlcd noon will lie.' fl "Wo Invu her no!" "HIio'h Just Ihc girl'" M "Tin- finly Klrl for you wn'd chooi'" H Which Koi'H to provo tliPKo llni nro falHO B Anil writ hut tn nniunt' HJ Cllrfnril Tri'inhly, In I'm I;. Mrs. Hobson's Choice. M Ml'S. IIoIihoii I wish I llllll 801110- M thing to loiul. Did ynit ...

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. — 5 October 1907

lilfl TIRED BACKS. The kidneys have a great work to do In keeping the blood pure. When jw they get out of order flbft It causes backache, B headaches, dizziness, y W languor and distress- HMjjfei lns "rl'inry troubles. MHVtfftl sufferings be JHnHI a restaurant at Wa , wsKJ tervlllo, Mo., says: f "Hofore UBlng Doan's Kidney l'llls I Buffered everything from kidney trou bles for a year and n half. 1 had pain In the back and head, ami almost con tinuous In the loins and felt weary nil the time. A few doses of Doan's Kid ney Pills brought great relief, and I kept on taking them until In a short time I wns cured. I think Doan's Kidney Pills are wonderful." For sale nt all dealers. DO cents n box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Uuffalo, N. Y. PROVIDENCE WAS IN IT. Fortunate Meeting Surely Brought About by Hand of Fate. A farmerish-looking man shared ray scut on tho train as I was traveling through lndlaua, and after we had been talking for a couple of hours n very common-looking woman got on at a st...

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. — 5 October 1907

I; f THE GARLAND GLOBE I THE GARLAND GLOHE W ' INDEI'K.VDEHT ' I A rfuou, . . I'.Jitot and Mngr. I ! . Telephone No 52 Red I: '; (Vonrurtr Vjlt VMchtrKruJp.) H ITbUrxl nconl-Uai ruatUr Krbranry 17, t tM. at the puat efllce it UuUiul, Utah, under I ' IboAstof ConffTof Martha, 1879. I " Hubacrlbera who fail to rrcetvo tlicir I J paper rerjulariy, please notify tbli ufBco Saturday, Oct. 5, 1907. I ;. ITEMS OF INTEREST. H U'irliiixl w n visited by a plcasunt rain I 'I'uciiUy night. I .Mrs. M A Iltxjtliu unit children shunt I ilonduy ia Brltfhum City . I J j , Hobor FoulRor of OgUon spent a few I -1 days in town this week. I ft Sheriff JoHcpliKon wau in Onrland H f, Monday on legal business. I Dr. Win. h. nich und O. L. Wln- H toru were Ogdon vlaltors Saturday. H Mrs. 1'. A. Nordqulst roturned Tucs- H ' day from a visit with relatives in Or- H 1 den. I ' 1 M(l everybody h ml their grand -inulh- H its lmm genu to conference mid llic .sintu H tair ud Ntlll going H i Mrs. Owens of Wlllard, ...

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. — 12 October 1907

tgg-j&BSigstis I U M lwl I m l II I I Lf m ismik thatumofOncDdlarituUIUlf M M AlB m AaA I H V M M V t,,, f tJ en rtif jr rout B JL MJiJLf VXTl LxIJlTLI l JLr VJJLV RJmLJ DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAMD AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY Bfli " " - -i i , r i in ii in i i i ii i - , H fVol. 2. No. 3 Published at GoNond, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 12, 1907 ' . A AT GARLAND SUGAR FACTORY. Everything is going smoothly at the Garland Sugar Factory and the beets arc coming in In good condi tion. Supt. Edwards Informed us that tho factory has been running above Its capacity almost every day 'this week. Some excollent sugar Is being turned out this season as us ual. Tho farmers arc busy digging and hauling and tralnloads arc com. ing In dally from various parts of the Great Bear River Valley. Many of tho beet growers have been notified to dig their beets: Tho tonnage Is perhaps a little lighter than last sea son, but the crop will bo a good average one. FAREWELL SOCIAL. .' Tho members of the...

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. — 12 October 1907

bbbbbbK bbbF bB H - The Garland Globe H ! ' Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH H ' Terms of Subscription: Ht Ono year (tn advanco) J1.G0 i Six tnontlm ......... 75 s Thrco months SO H! Advertising rates furnished on nppll- H ' cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I; RAILROADS INADEQUATE TO i; MEET NATION'S DEMANDS B President Roosevelt, In Address at H I Memphis, Makes a Plea for Deep B i Waterways, Pointing Out Im- II portance of Work. I . 1 Memphis, Tcun. With hands play- i Ing, children singing and enthusiastic It men 'shouting the slogan of Deep Wat- M erwnys, Memphis thiow wide her M gates Friday uftornnou to I'rcsldunt fl Hoosovnlt, n hcoio of governors and M many other distinguished men of tho Mississippi volley. Tho president nr- 1 rlvcd on tho steamer Mississippi H ' shortly lifter 1 o'clock. When all had H landed the president wns conducted ! to a carriage liy Governor Patterson H J of Tennessee and Mnyor Malonu ' H' Mumphis, and tho most Imposing E parade...

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. — 12 October 1907

t I BBjI TflE DELUGE Zfr DAVID GRAHAM PMLLIRS, Author of M7XFCOOWr XXXII. ."MY RIGHT EYE OFFENDS ME.". Next day Lungdon's stocks wavered, going up a llttlo.'golug down a little, closing at practically the same flgures at which they had opened. Then I sprang my sensation thnt Langdon and his particular clique, though they controlled tho Textile Trust, did not own so much as ono-flftlcth of Its vot ing stock. Truo "cuptnlns of Indus try" thnt thoy wore, they made their profits not out of dividends, but out or aide schemes that absorbed about two-thirds of tho earnings of tho Trust, and out of gambling In its bonds and stocks. I said In conclu sion "The largest owner of tho stock is Waller G. Kdmunds, of Chicago an honest man. Send your voting proxies to him, nnd ho can take tho Textile company away from those now plun--, dering tt " B f As the annual election of the Trust " was only six weeks awny, Langdon and his cllquo wero in n pnnlc. They rushed into tho market nnd bought rrantlca...

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. — 12 October 1907

H v H . H H The Garland Globe BBMI , '.'- BSj Publhed 'Cvirytuhay at M GARLAND UTAH. h Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advance) $1.60 1 Blx months 7G H Threo months . i GO H Advertising rates furnished on np- plication. H K nro roil tlb second-class "mnttef H February j, 190C, lit tlio pontofTlco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con H . gross of March 3, 1870. H U, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Managar LwMvMvM -- - i H O. ,S L. TIME TABLE BflBJ Iauengcr No. 32 I'aaM-nger No. SI BflBJ SOUTH IIDUNn- -NORTH HOUND PBVJ Lv Malad 7..T0 a m Lv Nriirliam 8:10 p m PBVJ X.V Garland 8:42 a m l.v Curlnna 0 0 P m JBBj Vr Tromont t'47 a m l.v Trcmont 0:45 p m Lv Corinne 9:17 an l.v Garland C 50 p in BBH M Drleliam 0.40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m BBBj Connect" with Cache Connect" with Cache BBH Valley truln No. II for Valley train No 11 from BBBj OgJcn and Bait Lakr. Oeden and Salt Lake. M MIXED TRAIN. fl North Bound. M Leaves Oijden 8:20 a.m. H Bnghnm.. ..9:55 a. m. M Corinne. .. .10:10 a. m. M Tr...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 12 October 1907

I 1 . i ' M HHH HHH ! . hhh I , , i: y' - HHH I, QRIGIN OF SWASTIKA I BAUBLE 'OF SUMMER GIRL WOR- SHIPED BY PRIMITIVE MAN. t I When She Sticks Ornament In Her Shirt Waist She Should Know That It Is One of the Great Religious . Symbols of the World. I . i Dostoli, Tho swastika Is Just now ' having remnrkablo vogue as An orna ment ior; woman's dress. As brooch, belt buckle, Btlck pin, foliar fustencr, or hat pin, this upright' cross, with It each of Its four arms bont to u right Hi angle at thu end, meets every whero H tho eye. H Nearly overy woman who buyB olio knows that It la In some son so a "pood Hffl luck pin," hut how It camo to bo con- sldcrcd such, aud wlio'if tho peculiar HI and curiously attractive symbol orlg- Inated not so many-know. Whnt Is tho swastika? HJ It is ono of tho great religious sym- EH hols of tho world. It has been rccog-,. H n I zed as u religious emblem by more HJ people, very likely, than has tho cross H Itself. As such symbol It Is very many I J! liundrc...

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. — 12 October 1907

Hb ai I H HI H MUSIC-ROLL COVER. HH How the Shabby Leather Case Can De HH Given New Lease of Life. HH Tliu pretty music roll, which hcoiiih HH no fresh mill ilnliity tit thu beginning HH of a term of lessons, hooii tnkeH on n HH cortnln shabby look If It ho carried HH dally. A new roll every time the old ono HH oiio begins to show signs of wear, in out HH The Cover. HH of ((iicHllon for tliu average schoolgirl, H but with n llttlo Ingenuity on her part H tlio old ono may be kept a thing of HH beauty. HH A serviceable caso wns rocontly nil- H mlrcd that had ouco been of lino lentil- HH or, and though It looked worn and bat- H to red, tho caao Itsolf was still Btioiig H and eood; so Its unBlghtllncss wag H turned Into beauty by an easily up HH ranged cover of otuhroldured olive H cashtnoro and mofiBgreon plush, iih H seen In tho llluatratlon. The ends H wore decorated with silk corda tlod H In bows, and similar cords, held In H place by largo buttons and decorated H wjth plush balls, ...

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. — 12 October 1907

u ; bbI 1 bbbbbbI Kb bbbbbbI . . yAyAyAyJ UNITED STATES SENATOR I FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. 1! Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. II l Dyseisi'a Is Often Caused By Catarrh II cf the Stomach I'eruna Relieves Ca- KE tn rrh of the Stomach and Is Therefore a Bj Remedy for Dyspepsia. !Hon. M. C. Ilutlcr, U. S. Senator from South Carolina for two, terms, ,ln a letter from Washington, 1). C, Ifl t vrIUs to the Peruua Medicine Co., IH Was follows: Mg ' " can recommend Per una for 1wmt ' dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have been using your medicine for a short period and I feel very much relieved. It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine, besides a good tonic." W pATARUII of tho stomach Is tlio cor- BJ mot inline for most cases of dyspep- BJ sia. Only an internal catarrh remedy, MJ sucli as lVrunn, is available. H Pcruna Tablets can now bo procured. BJ The Neceetary Evil. WJ "I lave a friend who says ho doesn't Ifl cat much through tho day," remarked UJ tho woman, "but every now and then HJ ho t...

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. — 12 October 1907

gH i' H l' ' l'Hh (JAKI AN ft rTf.uBL i H THE GARLAND GLOBE H independent. H J A.Viom, . . Editor and Jlngr. Telephone No 52 Red H (Korm rly Wyntt'a IltiteW Shop.) B Knlcml atcnntUeUiM mnttrr February 17. H I'.KW, lit the woit office t Garlnnd, UUli. umlfr H the Act of Conrrr of March 3, 1879. H Subicrlhcra who fail to reecho their H pnpcrs regularly, please notify this flU M Saturday, Oct. 12, 1907. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H J. C. Whoolon 1m on duty again H after ii severe attach of Influenza. fl Tho foundation of Owens nnd Co.'s H now butcher Hhop Ih Hearing comple- H H Heal fittnto Agent C. W. Lawrence H of Corlnnu was here on business H ' Tuesday. H Mrfl. J. It. HtnndliiR wast vlnitinR H' relatives In Colllnstou tho foro part H of the week, H Mra. !. C. Murium of Honoyvllle H wan tho guest of Mm. Luther 1). Suh- 1 Her last Sunday. H The Interior of tho Palace Harbor H Hhop has been brightened up' with a i M now roat of paint. M Mosinli Evnns. Itct..Mgr. of thu Utah- Idaho Sugar Co....

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. — 19 October 1907

t -. . . a ! -wm THE . GARLAND GLOBE tbhs I f ' - - i ... , , . H ! " " DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 2. No. 34. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 19, 1907 H t . .. ... . ... .. . . 1 t POLIC NEWS. J. A. McCrary nnd Jack Conloy, M both of Portage, were arrested Mon- H day by Marshnl Snook (or procuring H liquor for a number of Indians who H Kot on a "fire-water" sprco Sunday. I One of tho number becamo badly in- H toxlcatcd and was landed In jail. H Khorlff JoHcphson and Prosecuting H Attorney B. C. Call came out from H llrlgham and McCrary and Conloy I appeared before Justice Vanflect 1 Wednesday. McCrary plead guilty I and Conlcy was released. Sheriff j Joscphson came out again yesterday 1 and took McCrary to Drlgham where M he will be held until tho case comes B up for hearing In the Federal Court. H I Wednesday afternoon, Webster Hj 1 Wand, a painter who has been doing H some sign work around town, walked H Into the fiarland ...

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. — 19 October 1907

i ! I H 1 I The Garland Globe I ? H ( Published Every Saturday at H.j GARLAND .... UTAH Terms of Subscription: H' ! One yenr (In advanco) $1.50 M 1 Six months 76 m Throo months SO J Advertising ratos furnlBhed on nppll- H cation. H ' J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager H i I MOORS START Jl FIGHT; I HUE BEATEN If FRENCH SI 'i H ,'i Engagement Lasted Four Hours, the M Moors Finally Being Routed, Leav- ' Ing Their Dead on the Field. H M Psirin. OHlclal reports of the fight- B Ing near OmIJit tiny Hint a Moorish 't raiding party, rcmnlHtliiR of 100 horse- H ' men. wns threatening the Angnd H tribesmen who wore c:unpi!il north- west of Omljii, on ncroimt of the Int- H ter's friendliness towards the French. H . A French rolinnti was sent to protect H the Anguda and dispatched omlssnrlea H In advance lo ascertain tlio Intention H of the hostile horsemen. The latter H Insulted the emissaries. While some H rf the Mourn Mill negotiated with the H emissaries, who consisted of n few It- H regular ca...

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. — 19 October 1907

, THE DELUGE I Btf nAVTD GRAHAM MLIJIiaikar e" VBFGQSFMr CHAPTER XXXIII. Continued. 'J 1 Issued a clear stntumont of tho situation; I showed In mlnuto detail j. iow tho people standing togothcr tin- I dor the leadership of tho honest tnou of ptoporty could caBlly forco tho big bandits to consent to an honest, Just, I rock-founded, iron-built reconstruct fl tlon. My Htatomont appeared In all II the morning papers throughout the H land. Turn back to It; road It. You will ay that I was right. Well I Toward two o'clock Inspector Craw- I ford canio Into my prlvato office, es- I corted by Joe. I saw In Joo's seamed, J green-gray faco that somo now dnnger i lmd arisen. "You'vo got to get out of II this," suld he. "Tho mob In front of our plnco fills tho threo streets. It's It made up of crowds turned away from III tho suspended banks." II. 1 remembered the sullen faces and Ji the hisses as I entered tho offlco that I morning earlier than usual. Sly win- H dows wcro closed to keep out the I...

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. — 19 October 1907

The Garland Globe I, Published Every Saturday at H" QAnLAND UTAH. fl Terms of Subscription: H One year (In ndvnnce) 11.50 H' 8lx months 75 H Tbrno months CO fl , Advertising rates furnished on np- i ' plication. Entered ns aprond-class mnttef . February 17, I'jOC, nt the postomco nt H Oarland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- fl'. gross, of March 3, 1879. H I J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager ! , v - - ' O. ,S L. TIME TABLE SM raMtnacr No. 32 I'vnirr No. 31 BBJ south nounn- -nohtii noiiNn- BBj Lt Mabil 7'30 a m I.v Ilrlnhnm C:I0 ji m BBJ I.v Gaiiaml 8 ? m I.v t'orinna C:20 1 m BBJ I.v Trrmont 8.47 a til I.v Trrinnnt G-45 p til BBBj Lv Corlnna 0:1" u m I.v (inrlnml C:50 1 m BBJ Ar IUurham 9 10 a m Ar Malad 8:10 pm BBBI Connect with Cnclia Cmini-ctii with Caclin M Valley train llo. 12 fur Valley train No II Iran Offdeii ami Halt Lnkt-. Omli-n and Salt Lake. AIIXKD TRAIN B North Hound. Loaves Ofjtlen 8:20 a, ra. BBj Urijjliam.. ..9:55 n. m. H Corinne. ... 10:10 n. in. H " Trcmont. .. 10:5...

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. — 19 October 1907

ITHE: PUBLIC EYS IS PLEASED WITH HAWAII i VWVil Scctetary Straus, of tho depaitmont of com " WMWWC merce and labor, who Iiur Just returned from an MMr v mvVW ,,xlulHl,,,l ti li to Hawaii, Is much pleased with WwMk4l VVvv wmit -,c Haw all(' heard '' thu Island and believes ni3r' vVVVVVra '''" v'8't '" '"-''' t0 'cat' lo lractlcnl results. WE 'TjKxvt Secretary Straus Ih a firm believer In the Idea AvV7 sh ralWUlWl tl,nl "u Vilst Interests Intrusted to Ills Bafekeep liV JV $"? vTlw 'l,B C,UI llot ',0 en"ro'J' admlnlBtered from mvCT'&$28 ImvW '''8 lo8' '" '"SM'nBton' anl '"'" conviction led Wv"'xSjVvVV t0 t'le detutinluiitlon mako a personal Inapcc lv x 'VU' toyVwuW "on ' l'lu winkings of the department away from Wx y j',-.tJJiivvVnHUtt l'10 caplt.il, and to become personally acquainted ''V SPJvw w'"' t,u' vtl,'"8 officials, having supervision. Ac . V-$' 3CyX cordlngly lie planned a trip along tlio Canadian v ( vf SV l)0-'u'or l0 Vancouver, and thenco south through H N V m) Senttle ...

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. — 19 October 1907

If ll; ' r If you want a reference Hi' J about ua, k anybody -any responsible I por.on In lh. alalo. ... We soil th bait I Jawalry, Watehas and Diamonds to bo had H'. I- at very reasonable prlcoa. Our luaranttta ' art abaolut. I' f' XtSTACUSHIP' I; f hvj ,06a IM & l---a:2tlir1AIN ST. i SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH H . Ancient "Public Penance." HJ !? One of a number of ancient matin- HL scripts which have Just come to light H-t at Taunton, In England, bearing tlio HJ I dato 1424, refers to "order of public HJ ic penance," Imposed on poisons bohav HJ V inK badly In church, calling each othor HJ I niinei, and other offonKCS. The offond- HJ fe or bad to stand In tbo middle nlalo of HJ f tbo rtiurch during tbo wbolo service HJ t, and sermon, generally wenrlns a white HJ f; iheet sind holding n white wand. Aftor HJ t the serruon a full confession bad to be HJ I uiade und pardon usked boforo tho HJ f wbolo congregation. Ono lnstum:o of HJ r this form of punishment occurred at HJ ft HUlilKalo I...

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. — 19 October 1907

aBaBaBLaafl SICK HEADACHE CARTERS ,he" Lu,,e r,,,s- .,, They alio rellere Dl- SPITTLE re.n from Dyepepla, lo ll I W 5" W dlitrntton and Too Hearty Q IVtK Kiting. A perfect rem R Dill e dy for Dullness, Natl N r I LI, da a-!. Dronalness, nod LJB Taatr-lntheMoiith.Coat I rd Tongue, In th 1 iHlde, TOHPID MVEH They regulate the lloneln. Purely Vegetable. t-SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. IpinTrnci Gcnuino Must Bear 'Sittle Fac-Simile Signature J BUS &ni&Zr I gBJ REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. I "BUILT on HONOR" I You must wear MAYER I HONORBILT SHOES, to appre- vl date their superiority over other r makes. 'They have the style and wearing qualities, and feel right from the first: wear lone n well, and look good to the last. HONORBIIT SHOES FOR MEN are made with great care, of the highest grade material, by skilled workmen. They are honest ihroofb and through. You get i style, quality and comfort in buying MAYER HONORBILTSHOES. Your dealer will supply you; II not, write to us. Look for...

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. — 19 October 1907

I Til, GARLAND GLOBE )i THK GARLAND GLOBIC H i I A. Whom, . . IMltnr nml Mnpr. H Telephone No 52 Red H )' (Kormttly Wjult'n HulchrrHliop.) H Kiitrnl "ciwl-eliiii mutter February 17, B iVri, at the punt oilier nt (iurlaixl, Ululi, ntwlir H tin- Act rf (Vnjtrrn i.f Murili 3, 1879. B .Subscribers u ho full to rm-iiti tlirir H ini(r riMilarlj , plniM- notify iIiImiIHit H Saturtia, Oct. 19, 1907. B - ' ITEMS OF INTEREST. H ' ItCKlHtcr Tucwlny, Out. H'Ji h. It H j ' .1. II, Cuter w;ih n HrlKhnm vlHltur H Tucxdny. H (I, 1', Hlter of Logan wax In town M ItoelKlcr Tucsdtiy, Oct. HOIli, nt tlio H' Giultind Globe oilier. It H 1 ' Wlllnrd L. Wood Iiuh acccpcd it , 1 jionltloli with tho I), M. & P. Co. H j .' Merchant Frank J. Walker of Klo- Hi ldliw; w.im in town on IhihIiil-kh Tucs- i I H 1, Mih, Simeon Carter of HrlKlium , H i City In vlolllng with her daughter, H fj Mm. .1. II. WiiIIIh. H Dr. Mosmnn, dentlHt, Ik In twon for H , a Hhort tlnio ami can bo found at IiIh H ofllco In III tor U...

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. — 26 October 1907

H &$sfi I H r Iv1KI.AIII 111 1 1 ri r . ssssssss thturaofonDoiuranuiuif 111 .f m. A PM. I L H f Fm H r m. A I f m aW H P M .f 'H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M ., Vol. 2. No. 35. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 26, 1907 H : ; , M SPECIAL MEETING OF GARLAND COMMERCIAL CLUB The Garland Commercial Club met In special Bcsslon nt the Town Hall Monday evening (or tho purpose of transacting some Important business matters that Interests the citizens of our town nnd the residents or Snow vllle. Vlcc-prest. O. L. Winters was In the chair. A communication from J. C. Cut ler and Thos. W. Roe of Snowvllle, requesting the cooperation of the Oarlnnd Commercial Club In establi shing a telephone lino between this city and Snowvllle, was rend to tho members present. After discussing I the matter the secretary, II. P. Otto, was Instructed to write the general' manager of the It. M. D. Tel. Co. ask ing that such sorvlce bo granted. The citizens of ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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