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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 26 October 1907

I: The Garland Globe H't Published Every Saturday at I $ GARLAND .... UTAH '' 2 H' J, Terms of Subscription: H K One year (In advanco) Jl .50 H'i Six months 7E H'j , Thrco months SO H i . Advertising rates furnished on nppll- 't cation. B J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager bbb . BUI i ' ' I TOWN IS WIPED i OUT OF EXISTENCE HHH i H !' H Appalling Accident in Indiana, Two H Score Persons Being Killed H l and Hundreds Injured. H ' H , Dupont Powder Works Blown Up and H1 a Town of 1,000 People Wiped Off H ' the Map Farm Houses Miles H ( Away Wrecked by the H Explosion. M f Foutnnct, Intl. Uy tlio explosion of H 1, tho Dupont powder works on Tuesday M j between twenty-llvo mid IHty 'persons H I l were killed, 000 Injured, nnd Fontanel, H I ft city of 1,001) people, wiped out. Tlio H dend nnd more seriously Injured liavu H II lieen tnken nwny. FIvo htuidreil in- H I' habitants, nil moru or less woumVd, H 1 temnln to gather scattered household H jj goods nnd sleep under tents, guarded H V by s...

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. — 26 October 1907

1 THE DELUGE By DAVID GRAHAM PJHIT.T.mS, Author of "TSFCQSSTcr CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. As the Albatross steamed into tho little harbor, I saw Mowbray Lang don's Imlolenco at nnchor. I glanced toward Steuben Point whore his cousins, the Vivians, lived and thought I recognized his launch at their pier. Wo saluted tho Indolence; tho Indolence saluted us. My launch was piped nway and took mo ashore. I strolled along the path that wound round the base of tho hill toward the I kennels. At the crossing of tho path down from the house, I paused and llngored on the gllmpso of ono of the corner towers of tho great showy palaco. I was muttering something I listened to myself. It was: "Mill holland, Mrs. Mulhollnnd and tho four little MulhnllandH." And I felt llko laughing nlotid, such n Joko was It that I should be envying a policeman his potato patch and his fat wlfo and his four brats, and that he should bo j. In a position to pity me. I V You may bo Imagining that, through I ' All, Anita h...

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. — 26 October 1907

r i' i I The; Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at H , GARLAND UTAH, Hj Terms of Subscription; H Odo year (In advance) $1.50 I Six months 7G Threo months CO pfl Advertising rates furnished on a?- ' plication. pfl Entorod ah second-rlnss matter ' February 17, 130C. n't tlio postofllco nt Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- tresi of March 3, 1879. J, A Wlxom .... Editor and Manager aapaa -w - H ( O. .S L. TIME TAHLE H j 1'aMenircr No. 32 l'ai-wneer No. SI fl 1 bouiii rtotmn noktii hound H ll Lt Malad 730 nm I.v llrlirliam C.lOpm IH XjT Garland 8:42 am I.v Corinna 6:20 p m IH ' Lt Trrmont 8:17 urn I,v Tremont CM V m H- f,v Cprinna 0:17 am I.v Garland CSOpm H Ar llrlffham 0:40 nm Ar Malwl 8:10 inn H Conrtfcta with Oiclio Connects with Cnclio H Valley train No. 12 fur Valley train No 11 from H Offdcn and Salt take. OifJcn und Salt Lake. ' MIXED TRAIN. H North Hound. H i Leaves Op,clen 8:20 a. ra. H r Unjjham.. ..9:55 a. m. H ' Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H ' Tremont. . .10:52 a. m. H ...

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. — 26 October 1907

11 & '"' PPifTHE PUBLIC EYES GOVERNOR FOE OF RAILROADS W "" ' ' """"'"Nl Gov Braxton Bragg Comer of Alabama has I "vS'sx X hecomo i tiow big figure lit Alabama statu poll- i-,'sV.'' ' tics because of Ills Unlit against the railways. if l i V 1,e ,s tho timn ho letl tllu "MorrlB Avenue I !?- va3i V'V Soreheads" against tho state machine and won. iC? - v-l 'j Ills motto was "progresslvonoss" ns against ' I L.) iQj "" "Htoiidpntlsm." St. iy ' I Comer as u mere stripling of n boy sorved s "." JV" , yT r f u fitate endot dining the civil war. From pov- '' '-VP?? V ' cr'y '10 ros0 to ainuenco. He became a merchant, V l-j(. VC- ,l11'" Jlnctl nel(1 to ll!lrt' all1 today ' 8al(1 ?nV Sv l5? to r,,n mor0 I'ow9 than ''' other man In Ala "fli0'yv ''ta -1 Mn,IU1, ' 'a Interested In cotton and flour .v fT "v' JfeK ' " mlllH and other business concerns, but It was ' tlL f not ""'" ',G wna 'lft"-0(u' years that ho Piitoted ia - vr i . .-vr--: I" political life. It Ir said that ho got Into politi...

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. — 26 October 1907

M 9A ww www wwm1 mm SI Why 0s lit? B You wur old, broken Jewelry and unro- JB llblo watchta whon a (ow minutes anil a fit fawdallar in our ttora would put yourlchtT - "''IliarMArN ST. i SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. 41. i ' " 111 ' H ', Childhood' Frankness. H t, Tlio grown folk, seated on tho wldo H S, Yorandn, wero having u discussion H'., tonrcrnliig heaven, nnd a little dough- H'H tnr wan flitting breezily around tho H j nroiii. A sail-like how of Allce-bluo i' , rlblinn fluttered above hor curls and M i hor vihlle frock stood airily against B ( jj tho wind, "I ramo from hoavon," sho M j J announced In tho pnuso of tho con- M ! vernation. "They nut wings on mo M m and nent mo down horn; and," sho fl ij added reminiscent!, "I haven't Been B H " anybody from there since." BJ$ A Deggar Woman's Trick. Hlu A woman at Heaver Kails, Pa., It H&, ha Just been discovered, has been Hj colng about regularly begging loaves H, , of bread from residents on one side of Hl J n street, pleading that ...

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. — 26 October 1907

WHAT IS PERUNA? 9 Is it a Catarrh Remedy, or a H Tonic, or is it Both? H Borne people call Peruna a great tonic. Othors refer to Fcruna as a m great catarrh remedy. S Which of theso people are riffhtl m Is it more proper to call Ferona a ca tarrh remedy than to call it a tonio W Oar reply is, that Feruna is both a -j tonio and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, f there can bo no effectual catarrh rem edy that is not also a tonic. In order to thoroughly rolicve any caso of catarrh, a remedy must not only havo a specific action on the mu cous membranes affected by the ca tarrh, but it must have a general tonio ) aetion on tho nervous systom. I Catarrh, oven in persons who aro otherwise strong, is a weakened con dition of some mucous membrane. There must be something to strength en the circulation, to give tone to the arteries, and to raise the vital forces. Perhaps no vcgotablo remedy in the world ha3 attracted so much attention from medical writers as HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS. Tho wonderful effl-...

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. — 26 October 1907

fl -J ' M H THE GARLAND GLOBE H H THE GARLAND (.SLOWS ! H independent. H I A.Wixum, . , IMItor titirt Mnjsr.j m Telephone No 52 Red; H (Fonntrly Wyutt'n Ilu Ichor Shop.) , B tlnternl as Mtonil-clnss matter February 17, H 1006, lit the post oflkn nt Oarlnnd. Utah, under H the Act nf Cnmtrum of March 3, 1879. M Sulwrllicrs who full to receive their H pnpcr.s rcpilnrly, plcuie notify thlsiifllec m t H Saturday, Oci. 36, 1907. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. m ' ItcKlHtcr. H Register Tuesday, Out. 29th. It H The new tithing offloc building is M up to (tin Hqiiurc. m I The walls of our new butcher shop H I are towering upward. H ; MIsr Lizzie Preston of Wciton, Idnho, i W visiting relatives In town. H I c Merehnnt'M. A. Doothe wnH 11 Rrlg- H I y hnni visitor law Saturday. H- 0. W. Lawrence of Corlnno gave this fl ofllec n pleasant rail Tuesday, H Prank Hums, of Fielding, hits been H ailing with an attack of lngrlppp. H C. 12. Shormnn of Twin Falls, Ida., H wa sight-seeing in Qnrlnnd Tucndny. H I ' ...

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. — 2 November 1907

I 'nmTHE GARLAND GLOBE ss I B ' !-' i i r ' ' i " " ' "" " - .- I . ! ...,. m , - "1 M DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GRKA.T HEAR RIVKrVaLLEy""" H I I Vot. 2. No. 39. Published at Gorlond, Utah. So7uTd7vrNov. 2, 1907 H 1 LIBRARY AND GYMNASIUM 1 MASS MEETING. H At the Mass Meeting held In the H Garland hnll Saturday last, Oct. the fl 26th, for the purpose of discussing B the proposition as to whether or not M It bo the ploasuro of the people- to m establish at this place a Public Ll- fl brary and Gymnasium, a large and M enthusiastic crowd was In attendance H The advisability of establishing an In B. stltutlon of this kind, was discussed M afe great length by those In attend- m ance, as was also the law and modes B of procedure connected therewith. M Mrs. Lucy A. Clark, Messrs. Moslah M Evans, John T. Lnnt. and J. C. Whee- H Ion, having given tho matter con- M slderable study, advanced many valu- B able theories and suggestions as to M their views in the premises, nnd as...

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. — 2 November 1907

1 The Garland Globe HH Published Every Saturday at GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: HjH Ono year (la advanco) $1.50 H Six months 76 H fTliroo months 50 HHj Advertising rates furnished on nppll- HH m J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I FINANCIAL STORM I . IN NEWYORK CITY H The Knickerbocker Trust Company, H With $60,000,000 Profits, Forced H to Close Its Doors. HH Depositors Make Demand for Their M Money and Second Largest Flnan- HI clat Institution In Qothem H Goes to the Wall. H Now York City. Tho financial Btorm Hfl in all probability reached Us height HH on Tuesday, when credit, tho under- HH tlie-surfnco foundation of all business, HH trembled for n tltno, and beforo con II- H denco had been restored Now York'3 HH second largest flnnnclal Institution HH had emptied Its cnsli vnults under the HH pressure of tho biggest run oxpcrl- HH encod hero In a generation; a stock HV oxchnngo firm had failed for $G,000,- M 000; Wall street's prlnclpnl securities HH Lad settled from $5...

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. — 2 November 1907

I THE HOUSE OF I I A THOUSAND 1 j CANDLES H Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON H AslW .1 "TDK MAIN CHANCE'." ZZLDA Hf DAKEIQH," Elc H '" . Hj Copjrlght not br Iiobbi-Mtrrlll Co. H CHAPTER I. Hj The Will of John Marshall Qlenarm. HI Pickering's letter bringing news of HI my grandfather's death found mo at HI Naples early In October. John HI Marshall Olcnarm had died In Juno, HI leaving a will which gavo mo his prop- HJ orty conditionally, Pickering wrote, HI and It was necessary for mo to roturn Hj Immediately to qualify as legatco. It Hj was by the merest luck that the letter HI , camo to my hands at all, for It had HI been sent to Constantinople, In care all of tho consul-general Instead of my HI bankor thore, nnd It was not Picker- H Ing's fault that the consul was a friend HI of mlno who kept track of my wander- HJ lugs and was nblo to hurry tho cxecu- H tor's letter after mo to Italy, whoro H I had gone to meet an English flnnn- HI clcr who had, I was advised, unlimited H money to spend on A...

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. — 2 November 1907

I The Garland Globe H Publlthed Every Saturday at L GARLAND UTAH. H Terms of Subscription: H One yenr (In advance) $1.G0 H Blx month 7S H Threo months E0 H Advertising rates furnished on a? H plication. H Enlored iu second-claps matte B rebruary 17, 100G, nt tho postofflco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con LW tresR of March 3. 1879. H 4, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager O. .S L. TIME TABLE M rauenser No. 32 1'nMoncor No. 31 H' -SOUTH IIOUNII- -NOBTI1 I1GUND- H t,T Ma1al 7:30 ft m I.v Ilrlirliam 8:10 p m H Ir Garland 8:12 am Lv Corlnno 620 p m H Vr Tremont S.4T n m I.v Tremont 0:S p m H Lv Corlnne 0:17 am Lv Garland CM p m H Ar llrizham 0:10 am Ar Mnlad 8:10 pm H Connect" with Cnclio Connect! with Caclio H Valley train No. 12 for Valley train Nolt from H Ceden and Salt Lak Osdenond Salt Lake MIXED TRAIN. M North Bound. 1 Leaves Otfdun 8:20 a.m. m Bnghnm.. ..9:55 n- m- M Corinne. ...10:10 n. m. m ' Tremont.. .10:52 a.m. fl Garland .. 11:20 a. m. M Arrives at Malad .... 1 :oo p....

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. — 2 November 1907

I WESTERN BAD MEN M AREBEINQfRUN OUTTJY THE ARI-i .ZONA RANGERS. HJ This Band of Hardy Character -Do- HI Ing Good Work In Ridding HI 'West of the Danger H ous Desperado. HJ ' The bad man of the Mexican fron- HJ tier In Arizona, that Is, bo much of H him as Is left, no doubt sighs for tho HJ good old times when smuggling, HJ stage robbing nnd cattle stealing wore HJ carried on with little risk of punish' J mont. Talk about prosperity and HJ good times, and these desperadoes, if HJ you discover one, will look nt you HJ with reproachful eyes and wonder HJ what you mean. Mo knows his par- HJ tlcular line of business is no longer HJ profitable, and this owing to tlio ef- HJ fectlvu work done by tho Arizona HJ rangers, who some tlmo ago were or- HJ ganized by the territorial government HJ "to clean up tho country," who travel HJ over tho wide reaches of tableland on H fleet horses, who havo a mysterious way of scattering through tho moun- talus nnd then meeting suddenly nt B some distant ...

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. — 2 November 1907

bVhh V H i B Sure Cure. H "You will novor break tip nulomo- H btlo wpcedlng by timing -tho nutomo- H biles." bnntored tlio Btrnngor In tlio H big goggles. , HI "Mnybo not, neighbor," drnwlod tlio H rural constnblo with tlio lingo fltnr, HH . ."but wo novo broken up n lot of speed- H !lnB by timing tlio chauffuers." HH ' "Timing tlio chnuffuorH?" H "Yes, giving thorn sixty days' tlmo H la Uio county Jnll." Chlcngo Dally HH ' Nowh. HaTi . , Pa's Fault. H "Johnny," naked tlio Sunday school ji teacher, "whnt lmvo you learned about H i Jonah and tho wlmlo?" Hi "Nothln'." H' "Nothing? Surely you did not for- Hk get that I told you Inst Sunday wo i were going to havo Jonah and tho 1 whalo tor our lesson today." H; "I didn't forget It, but pa says ho H'i don'l want mo to read about nny moro Hj of these nature fakes." Chlcngo Hoc- K ord Herald. BBBJ" ' H. The Art of Milking. Suburban Ucsldent Yos, I want n Hf useful man nbout my country plncc. H Can you milk? Hf Applicant Yls, sor. Bv "Which...

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. — 2 November 1907

HaaBaBaafBBBBBfBaBl BACK GAVE OUT. A Typical Case of Kidney Trouble ani a Typical Cure. Mrs. Chloo Pago of 510 S. Plt Street, Alexandria, Va., says: "Mi J fa back hurt no ten &3m$iV ribly, I had sharp, f8mUL shoo tins pains, SjfSJ changing to a dull, Twl d r n g K I n k ache, j jm could not stand fop y any longth of tlma f nnd my back hurt mo when I sat' down, jjfegp My feet and ankles 7ft iuro badly swollen cvory evening, and v;vr " my stomach was out of order. Donn's Kidney Pills cured mo of theso troubles In 1002, and for five years I havo had no return." All dealers. CO cents a box. Fos-tor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THE NUMBER OF ANIMALS. Recent Attempts to Tabulate the Beasts That Perish. Every now nnd then somo natural ist endeavors to mako an approximate numerical count of known animal Bpccles. This kind of attempt is sure ly not without Interest, but it must bo Acknowledged thnt Its results nro very uncertain. Wo nro far from knowing all species, nnd thcro Is yet a del...

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. — 2 November 1907

j THK OAKLAND GLOBE Wk iTHK GARLAND GLOIJK INDBPBNDCNT. I A.Wixom, . . Editor biiiI Mngr. Telephone No 52 Red (rernurly Wyttt's Buteltrflhor.) Entered a tacond-ctiM matttr February IT, IM4, it tha pout offlco at Garland, UUh, under th Art of Cement of March 3, 1879. , Subscribers who fail to receive tlicir H K papers rcpilnrly, 1pso notify thlsnfllre. H Saturday, Nov. a, 1907. H j ITEMS OF INTEREST. H I J. F. Fcathorstone spent Sunday at H & the Couuty scat. . Moroni Jensen of Mantua w.in hero issB on ft visit Wedncsdny. Miss Myrtle Jonsen wns n Brig hnm City visitor Sunday. t Mrs, Wardrop of Dowoyvlllc, war H a Garland visitor Tuesday. .i 13. F. Bootho of Brlfthnm wns In j town on business Monday. H T. M. Evnus spent Sunday with H his family in Brighnm City. M P. L. SlmmouH of Pnyson Is the B new bartender at tha Club saloon. M Hnrry Dennett has severed his connco H tlou with Illter llros. Diug Co. M 1 J. P. FeathcrBtone's new brick re- M sldenco on Factory strcot is well un- M...

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. — 9 November 1907

slh BSU 'RSSSSSSSSS1 1 :H n v bbbbbh H! oH J " V , , , A 1 iiiH I faH BnasssBBBSl unit THE GARLAND GLOBE " I H x. . .'.'' . ' . r- ;H I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H I r - , Vol. 2. No. 40. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 9, 1007 H H OAUAXD XLEOTI II HEW TOW BOABD. II Election day passed off quietly la II Qarland, the ticket named at the re- I cent , primary being elected as fol- I Iowa: I Preat. Town Board, J. C. Wheelon. I Trustees: Levi J. Somsen, 0. L. I Winters, Joseph Jensen, Thales H. I Edwards. I 19 out of 94 registered totem H within the Incroporated limits of the H town of Qarland cast ballots at this H election, making an excellent show ' ing. Of the 89 Totes cast, 68 ware H straight tlckeu and 21 were scratch ed, which signified some dlssatlsfac- tlon with the ticket chosen at the primary. For the two mills tax for the sa il 1 tabllshment of a library and gymnas K F ium,86 Toted in favor and 14 against. W 74 voters cast ...

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. — 9 November 1907

B - "" I ! 1 ,1 ( The Garland Globe V & S Published Every Saturday at I Is OARLAND UTAH, &' ft Terms of Subscription: i J jc Ono year"1 (In advnnco) SI; GO fc' Q Six months 7fi f Jfc' Throo months B0 f' 8v Advertising ratos furnished on nppll- m,- cntlon. gj ., J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager j? f WRECKED SliS VICTIMS..'... I 1 -OF 10 MAH-EATERS' u K ' Crew of Forty That Started for Phil ip, mb Ipplnei Probably Captured by Can p.'S. nlbals of Terra Del Fuego. ? W. ja WF P ' ' r" V " i " 9j R Chicago. A special to tho; Record' , Herald from New York says: Eaten &' by-cannlbals was probably the falo of W thjicrew of forty sailors that took tho . '' big Balling ship Arthur, S. Sowollout g ofPhlladolphla April ITon tho start' of if . her" long voyago carrying con) .to tho to , Philippines. .i '."' N 'Word has Just boon received at tho If k, marltlmo exchango that tho vessel was tjti, SB, wreckod( neap Term -del Fuego, and Wi m all signs point to tho Biirvlvors having If: is, ...

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. — 9 November 1907

1 1Pfua3 I STORV 1 llTHE HOUSE OF it 1 . A THOUSAND I CANDLES V By MEREDITH NICHOLSON J Aulhor ol "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA J DAHERON." Elc. Lopyrlgbt Iwj bj OolibfUerrlll Co. CHAPTER I. Continued. I had no Intention of allowing him to bco that 1 was Irritated. I drew out my clgarctto cjso and passed it across tho tabic. "After you! They're made qulto specially for mo In Madrid." "You forget that I novor uso tobacco In any form." "You always did miss a good deal of the Joy of living," I observed, throwing my smoking match Into his waste paper basket, to his obvious annoy ance. "Well, I'm the bad boy of tho story-books; but I'm really sorry my " Inheritance has n string tied to ((. I'm about out of money. I suppose you' wouldn't advance mo a few thousands on my expectation " "Not a cent," he declared, with quite unnecessary vigor; and I laughed again, remembering that In my old X' appraisement of him generosity had f not been represented In largo figures. ' "It's not In keeping with y...

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. — 9 November 1907

aMaas aaH aW' K i H The Garland Globe 89 Published Every Saturday at ' GARLAND UTAK. pail 'I Terms of 8ubtcrlptlon: H One ytr (In advanco) 11.60 H 81x month -7B 89 Threo months CO H Advertising rates furnished on ay- HH plication. H Kntored ft second-class matte H fabniary 17, 190C, at the. postofTlco at H Oarland, Utah, under the- Act of Con H trresfl of March 3, 187!). H II, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H O. .S L. TIME TABLE i HH rnenKcr No. 32 Fasacnu-er No. 31 HH SOUTH BOUND- NORTH BOUND HH X,T Malod 7:30 am Lv Hrlnriam :10 p m. HJ ; Lt Gnrl.-tnJ 8:42 a Vn LvCorlnn COOtftn HB 1 Lt Trcmont 8:47 am Lv Trtmont C:43 p m HI Lv Corinna 9:17 am Lv Garland J-.DO p m HBl Ar nriiihttn 0:10 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m HH Connect with Cncho Connect with Cacho , Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from 1 Cirdcn and Bait Luke. Oadcn and Halt Lake. ;, MIXED TRAIN. Ml t . North Hound. M ( Leaves Ofjden.. ...'.8:20a.m. H J " BriRhhm.. . .9:55 a. tn. M I " Corinne. ... 10:10 n. m. H f Tremont...

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. — 9 November 1907

1 X Be B BATTLE T0F ""TWO 'CENTURIES, H fEND8 IN VICTORY. P B All DevlWof Man Failed ln'Chik m ing Encroachment of .Sand on H -Cape "Cod and Then Beaoh ( H .j 'Grass Was Tried. I v WhWh is stronger? Man 'HiM the I dovlcoswhlch a keen and resourceful barin an create, or Nnturo? 'for two centrales tlio ingenuity aji'd? skill of man havo 'been taxed In "unoffort to holdi'ln check tlio shirting Bands on the .lower end of Capo Codbut always without success, and 'now after re 1 paated failures man has turned to gun- tloTMaturo and sought liercoopcratlon, and, lo and behold, the sands rest . obedient beforo her, forr'bcach grass ! has been planted, ntid whllo each blade Is weak and Insignificant It Is ' tound that unitedly tlio multltudo of "blades present a barrier beforo which the erstwhile nil-conquering sands aro Impotent. Strange to say, the fact that beach 'grass can withstand tho shifting of the Bands Is not of recent discover') for back In the last century tho town crier used every...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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