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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 November 1907

r j r ! I A TALENTED WRITER ; ? fefl W Pcruna f filKP m ReseJ:f WiS MM I ' MRS. E. M.TINNEY ; Mrs. E. M. Tlnnovi. story writer, W j fe 10. Nuova St., Bun Antonio. Tox., Ml n writes: ' ? f "During lOOt I suffered form nnirnl I. j catarrh, which vurlous other remedies ml A lulled to relieve)! ' "Hue bottles of Porunn, which I " fi tool:, ontlroly cured mo, tiio catarrh B disappearing nnd Dover returning. , ' v "I thorarnru cheerfully iccommoud ( Pcnlun to all similarly nflllclod." I. 1 Mr. Ellen Nnfrlo,4l-Mtlistrcot, Greer 1 Bay, Win., writes: 1 "I hnvo often hoard I'oruna praised Hi B nd it In moro widely known hero than m ny othor medicine, but I no or lcneu- B wlint a splendid medlclno It really was antll a few weeks ago when I caught u Hi 1 bod cold which nettled all over me. If g "Tho doctor wanted to presorllio, lint Hf I ( told liiin I wiib going to try I'oruna Hjg I Mid sent for a bottle and tried it. I J "I felt much better tho next morning If jj and within ilro days 1 had no...

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. — 9 November 1907

K She Did Not Fear Death. ' H An old lady on her soventjMhlrd K birthday onco snld, "I do not mind IE Betting old, and I do not fear death, Id but I llvo in constant foar of par- Ij alyels." if ""For sorao tlmo I havo been wanting I' to tell you of tho great good your 1 wonderful Sloan's Llnlmont Is. doing I here," writes Mr. Jnmes P. Abornethy, I of Ilutherford College, N. C. "In fact, I all your remedies nro dolntt noblo I work, but your Liniment beats nil. In I .my eight years' exporlonco with med- I 'liclno I find none to go ahead of It, I 'navlng tried 11 In very many cases. I know of one young man, a brlck-ma- I son, who suffered from a partial, yes, I almost complete, paralysis of one nrm. I I got him to uso your Liniment, and I now ho can do as much work as over, I and he slugs your pralso evory day. I 1 got all to uso It I possibly can and I know there Is grcnt vlrtuo In It. 1 I havo helped tho Balo pf your noblo I remedies nbout hero greatly, nnd ex I pect to cause many mo...

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. — 9 November 1907

BBBBKargwiijiwap ''" "' "" v " i 1 1 r IT " !. r . . - ; M 'rut GARLAND t;j,OUK 1 ' Jjk ' 1 II II III I h-W! THE GARLAND GI.OBE ft, Ik,' INDEPENDENT. K-M. J A. Wkom, . .Kdltor and Mngr. Sf Telephone No 52 Red m (frcnMrtrWraU'a BtehrBhop.) ' m EaUrtd a mooihI-cUm matUr f.bnurr M. ? ISM, at Omi pot offl t Garland, Utah, und.r J flft thaAetotConarMaofMarchS, 1S7. Subscribers who fall to receive their i" f., papers regularly, pleaso notify this office. r Saturday, Nov. 9, 1907. i ITEMS OF INTEREST. : m ' Tho new Tithing Office Is about fj' finished. m Dr. G. W. Green of Ogden was in r' Garland last Saturday. . Miss Ella Drake haa beon on tbe - Eg olck Hat for the past few daya. 11$ Mlu Ada Fowler baa accepted a ( jjL poaltlou with Rlter Bros. Drue Co. I- m Mrs. Lottie B. Smith is suffering '' m with a severe attack of rheumatism. f m Miss May Drake left Thursday to take chargo of the school at Lucln, - Utah. 9 Tho flue cement ntructuro of O- W wens ft Co. Is now roady for the plas- '! t...

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. — 16 November 1907

MiiiiiiMiiiiMMBMMBBHBHHMBMiiHiiHB "mm THE GARLAND GLOBE 'mm I DEVOIED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' Vol. 2. No! 41. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 1 6, 1907 H - .. i .. .. .. i .. i DEATH OF WILLIE OWENS. After a lingering Illness of Weeks Passes Away Frcm the Effects of Appendicitis. WHIle Owodb, aged 11 years, 11 months and 16 days, son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Owons of thU city, pass ed to the great beyond last Saturday night after a lingering Illness of threo weeks, lie was operated upon for appendicitis Saturday Oct. 19th, the appendix having burst, however, prior to the operation. A post mortem examination was made Immediately after his death and It was discovered that his Intestines were literally perforated from the ef fects of tho foccnl matter of the ap pendix. J He was an exceptionally bright 'lad and exercised great fortitude dur ing his prolonged Illness. Even up to tho very last moment he was full of hope that ho would yet rec...

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. — 16 November 1907

HHHHBW?y?iKj"vi'w"' "I"-- pr ' I I H If The Garland Globe B I v il Published Every Saturday at H' $ GARLAND .... UTAH J" ' j Terms of Subscription: H j Ono year (In ndvanco) $1.50 H '! Six months .'75 Hi - j Thrco months SO Hi Advertising ratos furnlshod on nppll- M cation. H ( J. A. Wlxom Editor and Managrr I ! IETTERS MM FIHE I III THE GW Til hihI I "f r Warden of the Jail Said to Have Se- S cured Letters That Are of an In- criminating Character. I H- 8alt Lako City. A Bpeclal to tho -Ai Tribuno from Washington snys: Much H R xcltomcnt wns created among tho at H $ tornoys for tho dofonBo In tho Anna H 1 Bradley cobo on Wcduesdoy by tho H i statement thnt for aoveral months tho tf warden of tho Jail hns been quietly t extracting from tho mall imsBhig bo- tweon Mrs. Dradley nml ftlciulB out Bldo letters thot nro Bald to bo of an Incriminating character. Thcso lottora arc now In tho hands of tho prosecuting attorney, and will bo usod In ovldenco, or nt least such of thorn will ho off...

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. — 16 November 1907

THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES !By MEREDITH NICHOLSON AnUur l "TnE MAIN CHANCE," ZEIOA DAMEIOH." Elc. Copright im bj Uobbu. trill Vo. CHAPTER II. A Face at 8herry'a. Wo shook hands stiffly and I left him, going down In nn elovator filled with cagcr-cycd, anxious mon. I, at Jenst, had no cares of business. It mado no dlffcrenco to mo whothor the market rose or fell. Something of the I spirit of adventuro that had boen my I curso quickened In my heart as I I walked through crowded Ilroadway I past Trinity church to a hank and I drow tho balance remaining on my I lottor of credit. I received In currency I slightly less than ?1,000. I As I turned from tho teller's window I I ran Into the arms of tho lust man In II the world ,1 expected to 'sec. 1 1 This, let It ho remembered, wns In l October of tho year of our Ixml, nine li teen hundred nnd one. Ijj " "Don't mention my name an thou J8 f lovcst mo!" said Lnurancu Donotnn, Jg and, ho drew me aside, Ignored my II hand and otherwise throw...

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. — 16 November 1907

fctjyiwiiiindiHMn inrii'H awaw m aWaaaa ai alalia iaa a tan assssrVrt r : L I H .j; The Garland Globe BH Publlthed Every Saturday at H f GARLAND UTAH, BH . Terms of Subscription: BH i One year (In advance)) J1.60 H i Elx months 7S BH w Threo months B0 BH , Advertising rates furnished on op- BH plication. BH Entered a second-class matte B rbnJiry 17, 190C, at Ilio postofllca at BH Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H (rasa of March 3, 1879. IBl . . . BBI t, A. Wlxom ,.., Editor and Manager BBBBBl -- H O. .S L. TIME TABLE BH f H Faaaenger No. 32 I'uKnitr No. St fl SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND M j5 X,v' Malad 7:30 am Lv Urigham 6:10 pm H ' b XiT Garland 8:42 am Lv Corinne (20 p m M ) n r Tremont 8:17 a m Lv Tremont 6:45 p m M , I Lv Corinn 8:17 am Lv Garland C:D0 p m m Ar Brlsham 9:40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m H I f Connect with Cache- Connects with Cacha H ' I Valley train No. 12 for Valley train Nq 11 from B j U Ogdan and Bait Lake. Ogden and Salt Lake. j --MIXED TRAIN. H f North Bound. H L ...

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. — 16 November 1907

GATE LATCH AND SUPPORT. 0' One Which Can Be Eatlly and Cheaply Constructed by the Farmer. This latch nnd support may bo at tached to any stylo of gate. Tho latch swings on two wires and the end slips Into notch cut In tho post. Tho braco wlro, runs from the top of the 4 mg Gate Latch and Support. tnto as shown In cut to tho buildings, sr a tall post may bo used Instead If '.he gato Is In a fenco away from any oulldlngs. Tho higher tho braco wire, ays Farmers Rovlow, Is on tho build ing or post tho less strain there will bo on It. I TAKING CARE OF HARNE8S. Do Not Let It Get Dirty and Dry as It Will Be Sure to Break. I "There Is nothing llko lcathor." H Hut there Is nothing like knowing how H to keep your leather goods In flno con- HJ illtlon, too. Lcathor Is composed of a HJ mass of lino tendrils, intimately inter- HJ locked and entwined. When in good, HJ pllablo' condition, each tendril Is en- pablo of much strotchlng. HJ If allowed to becomo dry and hard, HJ when tho leather Is sub...

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. — 16 November 1907

WWy" " "' I " '.V." ' J " ' ,' ' 1 1 a-jiw m . ill ii inmigB. K mmpim RIP p 'rrX gk. 1 if MAYFLOWER CAPTAIN IC. T. V0GELQE3ANQ A8SIGNED TO RESIDENT'S YACHT. I an Officer of Wide and Varied Ex perience President Impressed by Ability on Panama Trip Influence Selection. Washington. "Ho la n Rood k'iIp unto," Is tho opinion of the omciTR of Iho navy regarding Ueutiuiant Coin vmandor Carl T. Vogclscsans. who hu . just been assigned to thu command (.. . tiio Mayflower, President Koo.umuU's prlvnto yacht, hit Is not only one well lll.rd in tin I . 'rftorvlcc, luit possossos a hlsh order of j .. ability and has had an eventful and 'succdHsful enroer In tho nay. President Uoori'VoU'h nuw pwitcKt. . was horn In 1SC7 In Califcvnla, and j fntorcd tho naval nendcr. f.c-i t G, j 188(1, and was tfraduatcd Jul 1, 152. , From that time the department im 'u ' lilm load a busy life. Ho did duty suc cessively on tho wooden crulnor Mo-1 hlcan, tho supply ship CoKIc iritl wai lii'the bureau of navigation...

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. — 16 November 1907

IMT TNI ORIATEIT ITBM In buyln Diamonds or Jawalry la eonfldsnoa la tha paopla with whom you daal. WE OFFER YOU tha faellltlaa of I rid Inc with a firm doing business continuously on honor In thla community for forty yaara. V SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. IRI8H HOHSE8 AND ATHLETIC8. Climate of Emerald late 8eema to Strengthen Strain. Tho history of horses, especially ot thoroughbreds, goes to prove that parts ot Ireland and Australia aro tho rory beet cradles for horse breeding In either Europe or elsewhere, with England as tho pecond best, perhaps the equal. Tho suggestion has been thrown out that the secret lies In a llmo subsoil. Tho reason for the sup position In n little obscure. Tho pres ent writer has found that partridges bred on such soil am heavier and stronger and, It seems, fly fnstdr than others; but It Is hardly an analogy that can bo nppllod to tho horse Thcro nro other curious anngoltcs. It has long been noticed Hint tho best high Jumpers among human athlotcs, oven when 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. — 16 November 1907

ft . ffl & Tilt GARLAND HLOtth 'iiffc 'mE GAR.LAND GLOIIJS Wm -f' " independent. JlMSSfc&fe. ' VU',V,V' Killlnrnml.Mnpr. 1ljiTclephonc No 52 Red .tig. (Ponnrrly WyftltVllutchrrShop.) iff rntrJ n (wvoml-clnss mUr Kibruary 17, Ht ItXHS. at Urn Kt nlflr- nt fiarlarxl. tltali, under , jyjHl thn Aet of ConitrriM of March .1, 1879. iirH Subscriber who full to rccolvo their lf )ii)iM rcjjulnrl) , please notify MiIm ofllrr. Msa Saturday, Nov. 16, 1907. j jP ITEMS OF INTEREST. 1K H P Hootlii of llrls;lmlrt'it wax hero fffiCk Thursday ilFB J,ri1' "' " G88 wnH n f,rlRhnm City MffK ilfdtor Thuradny. n' Dr. Wm Ij Hlcli mnl' h IxihIiiphs trip fMlf to flgden yesterday. ff Martin's moving- picture xhow was if Jf ) ct that over visited our town. ML ; n, L. Anderson, representing tho .ff Dogoret Farmer, wna In Garland Tuoo- IffeJ; Mrw. R. H, Prederlckoen wan vlBlt- Uf ff- lB relatives In Lornn tho fore pnrt Kcff r "10 woc I ' lj Will a Pnrrcll, Ocn. Ajrt. Ponn Mutual I (J B Life Insurance 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. — 23 November 1907

ft " slh I ' I 'I :H B aLH 1 m I 'H Suftscrlk To.dayi-You cannot fl iT M SM H H ' aA BLV I Bm M V aWsW bTb l7 Jok PrmtlMi tv jmt u Uttt . "JaH fonl to b without your Uomk J afl M M afW alV I A W B aV Hi Hta.l7stHlomiiil, llill nAt, IBM M PAfKR. Add your nunc to our BH Hal V H K BU fl ftaf tW Knvloi. Canln. Butler Wrt- H Uatof aubaoibm TO-DAY and FH ll m M H I VI ' BfaV at ' U ao, wa print thttr S tthaoLoaiKUraeaayaarfor . . ffM W Aafal M afaafal I BB BW "A W BV M at thia offiea and tan aatlufy your -aumofOna Dollar and a Hall H I m. &m aM H aW Mm. M. V Am ,j7 m. A I m aV I aV I nUandrurnttf.tlftclcn ,jPH I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY '.I I .v Vol. 2. No. 42. v Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday. Nov. 23, 1907 ' POLICE NEWS. I Last Friday night, Todn, a Jap 1 who has had charge of C. W. Parke's beet field at Riverside, and has been employing a number of Japs to as sist him, claimed he was held up, shot and robbed of about $1,034.60 on 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. — 23 November 1907

I' J ' The Garland Glohc M, J Published Every Saturday at H (j GARLAND .... UTAH H , Terms of Subscription: V Ono year (In ndvanco) SI. 50 H Six months 70 B - Thrco months CO 1 U Advertising ratos furnlshod ou nppll- 1 T ' cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manage J THIBTy STATES REPRESENTED ; -ii m MINI CONGRESS I jjl H Wen. of High Authority on Matters H pertaining to Mining and Metal M - lurgy Meet In Annual H Convention. 1 M I Joplon, Mo Thrco hundred dolepntos H j from thirty stnlcs woro present hcru M 1 at the first business session or the H ' i Amerlcnn Mining congress, which bo- H . J can Its nnnuiil convention on tho 11th. H ' J Kan of high authority on mnttors por- H 1 tnlnlng to mining nml metallurgy woro H j i 1 on tho program for nddroBses on vnrl- H i jj ous kindred subjects. H ' A commlttco of five was named to H I draft a mensuro that will provont mliv H i; ; ' lng engineers from nldlng In tho per- i1 ' j I potratlon of mining frauds. I A resolution asking tho fodcral ...

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. — 23 November 1907

I I THE HOUSE OFll I Y A THOUSAND 1 CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Auuto ol "HIE MAIN CHANCE," ZELDA DAMER0N," Elc. Co.j light Iwj bjr Uoblii-MrritU Co. CHAPTER II. Continued. "Tho big chap In tho lead la my I friend Pickering," I answered, and Larry turned his head slightly. "Yea, I supposed you weren't look ing at tho women," ho observed dryly. "I'm sorry I couldn't soo tho object of .your Interest. Unlit tho3e men!" I lainhcd caralosslv enough, but I Avas nlruuly summoning from my .memory tho grac fac of tho girl In black, her inouriful eyes, tho glint of sold In her linlr. Pick ring was cer tainly finding tho pleasant places In this valo of tears, tind 1 felt my heart hot against him. It hurts, this seeing a man you lnvc noveo liked succeed ing whero you hao failed! "Why didn't you present mo? I'd like to makn tho rcunlntnnco of n fow ropresentntlvo Americans, I may 1 need them to go ball for me." J "Plckcrlnu l!dn't soo mo, for ono thing; nnd for nnothnr ho wouldn't go ball for ...

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. — 23 November 1907

f- 1 I Li ill The Garland Globe He. v j mhii i W YiE' Published Every Saturday at ifilllL GARLAND UTAH1, IbmIH Term of Subscription: K jjF' ne yCar ,B n',vnnco) 1,50 R Jjfc Blx months ?5 t' (' Thre months . B0 IK' AdTortlslnB rates furnished on n?i Wfr plication. I! JK Entered an flpeond-cJiun matte W W february 17, 190G, nt tho pontofllco nt lWM Oarlftnd, Utah, under tho Act of Con- fmjx ftm of March 3, 1879. t laff ' A wlxom ' Edl,or and Manager IK' O. .S L. TIME TABLE MR "' ranaenser No. 32 Paasenger No. 31 ySR SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND KBB". XiT Malad 730 m Lv Drift-ham 6:10 p m PaWJf' XY GtlnJ 8:42 am Lv Corinne 020 p m JKffii Lt Trcmont 8:17 am Ly Tremont 6:4Sptn rip' Lt Corinne 9:17 am Lt Garland t:C0 p m 'Iff Ar Brldham 0:0 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m ' H Connects with Cache Connect with Cacha ' MB Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from mWt Ooden and Salt Luke. Ogden and Salt Lake. Fil MIXED TRAIN. IfE. s North Bound. Mgik ' Leaves Ogden 8:20 a, ra. If " . Brjgham....9;55 a....

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. — 23 November 1907

H M rpROBRAM .FOR .FARMERS' 8CH00L H. Conducted by the State Agricultural H College Under Auspices of the Bear H River Valley Farmers' Protective S Association, to Be Held at Tre- B monton, Box .Elder County, Week Beginning Dec. 2, 1907. m Monday, 10 a. m. m Tho PurpoBo of .tho School Profes- m nor LowIb A. Morrill. SolccUon ot a Bite Tor Fruit Grow I lng Professor Robert S. Northrop. I jY Monday, 2 p. m. f '' How to Incrcaso and Maintain the 1 Fertility ot tho Soil Professor Lowfs ( A. Merrill. i Caro ot tho Fruit Plantation with ttcferenco to Priming and Thinning Professor Robert S. Northrop. i 'Monday, 4 p. m. I .Demonstration In Orchard ProfoB- Bor Robert S. Northrop. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Tho Farmer's Library Professor I' Low!bA. Merrill. .. ; .. Home Ornamentation Professor Ilobert S. .Northrop. . . . Tho ntfnc A Social Fnctor Miss Blanche Cooper. Tuesday, 10 a. m. I Treatment of Diseases In tho Fruit Plantation Professor Robert S. Northrop. Forago Crop3 Sultablo to Utah Professo...

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. — 23 November 1907

WKk 't, - "'' wmiaiy"'"''"" - " fsf"' i i J ;S m, t WW, r Wrllo In right nwoy about the BjMfv n thlngoyo'j want for Chrlotmas- mm ii ' " Our otoc'i lo comploto now one! BHfT prices In kooplnc with tho times. , SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH jH ' ADOLESCENCE OF THE DOLLAR Hr gHft; Present Unit of Value Has Had Many H Forms and Shapes. Bff The dollar took Romo rounding. Nor Hf' -did It formorly ring truo, but, much Hp iillvo, simply gavo a bleat or bollow. Mpsv Cattle, among country folk, at ono 9 tluio constituted tho dollar, whllo HL- prlmltlvo innn generally niado uso of BMK Any artlclo Biifllclently abundant for PJI? . tho Btnndard payment of all mcrchnn- ymm dlso, wrltcn II. Holt Lomax In Harper's InM Weakly. Thus, In ancient Grccco, a SHr largo bronzo tripod had tho vnluo of n l9' dozen oxen. A good hard working wo- Wp' man, on tho othor hand, was given in ijfli exchango for only four such beasts. EJH When metal took tho placo of money, Mt tho dollar clung to Its tradition, and wtL olna w...

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. — 23 November 1907

II PERUNA A TONIC OF M GREAT USEFULNESS. M HON. R. 8. THARIN JR lion. R. 8. Tliarin, Attornoy at Law W nnd counsel for Antl-Tiust Lcnguo, iS writes fiom Pennsylviinla Ave, N. V., mK Washington, D. C, as follows: fflR "Havlnp; used Peruna for catarrhal Mi dltordeis, I um nblo to testify to Its fjrent remi'illiil exeulleneo nnd do not icsltalo to tflvo It my uiiiphntic endorse- JH me nt nnd eniiu'.st recommendation to UK Jillpersonsniroctcdliytlmtdlsordcr. It K Is nlso n tonic of great usefulness. " WK Mr. T. JLirneoott, West Aylmer, On- t tarlo,Can.,rltes:"LastutiilcrIaslll B with pneumonia after hn lug In grippe. Wfi . I took rerun a for two months, uhun I tSL fcbcentno (pilto well. I also Indueed a K '"" lndy, who was all run down IB Jiiml conlliii'd to tlio liouse, to tnito l'e 4K ruiia, and after triMnf I'crunu for three am months she is able to follow her trado tm of tailoring. I can recommend Peruna for nil such who arc 111 nnd require JK atonic." FH , Po-ru-no Tablets. m Somo ...

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. — 23 November 1907

I 4 I ' i THK GARLAND (.LQjJK I LH 5 - - - - - - ----- I S THE GARLAND GLOBE H.. ini)i:ii;niu:n"i. H fjn, I A.W'ixom, . . JMitorandMncr. I Telephone No 52 Red H! iW (Foimwlr W.yatt' llutehr Bhop ) H jL Kntniwl a arcoml-claaa matter February 17, BBBj &j 1900, at thr pout offlc at Garland, Utah, undtr H ' m tlm Act of Conirrwi of March . 187?. m 1 SttlKcrllicrH wlm full to receive tlnlr BBS g pafti'M regularly, plrae notify thin ofllcc. H i Saturday, Nov. 23, 1907. I ITEMS OF INTEREST. M JC.r.O for .00 at Boothn's. tf B K W. II. Howe of Corlnno was In H a town Wednosdny. M fc PASTURE tor horses. J. Y. Jon. B n sen, Iloll 'phone 50-0. It. H jj Will Perkins of Hnowvllle was neon H ft on our streets Wednesday. B R Joseph Jensen nnd Miss Myrtle ' K Jensen worn Ogdon visitors Monday. H tl Mr. And Mrs. John Fife of Ogdon H f, nro visiting In town tho gucstH of I I Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Klfo. STho speakors tit last Sunday nftor noon's norvlccB worn Wm. King, Or vll Bmlth, IlonJ. Tolmnn and ...

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. — 30 November 1907

asi bbbbbbh I ,J BBBBBBa ; .- . . ..-., . , .,.,,. , , ,,,.., . , B "a THE GARLAND GLOBE Tifr- I I , , DEVOIED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GRKAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H - . i ' - ' : ; I ol. 2. No. 43. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 30, 1907 .WM I 1 . I MAMLEED DT SALT LAKE H Last Friday aftoraoon la the City ' sad County building at Salt Lake, H Miss Thorbura Murle and Mr. Lealle flrorer, both of this city were united H la marriage and left the tame even I lag for Billings, Montana, where Mr. Qrover haa aecured a position with I an orchestra of that place, i H Mlae Murle It the charming daugh- ter of Mrs. A. Murle, the milliner, H and Mr, Qrover la the son of Mr. and Mr. W. L. Qrorer. Mr. Murle and. H Blihop Qrover were preeent at the H wedding certmosy. 1H The young couple have many frl- H enda In thla city and the Globe Joins H la wishing them a happy voyage o'er H life' stormy sea. gH H Boothe's Oraea tag sale Is drawlag JJbe crowds. tf LADtxr ULT-CtJlTUKI CLUB H...

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