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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 28 March 1908

QlSTORY THE HOUSE OF I A THOUSAND M CANDLES B By MEREDITH NICHOLSON H Avlher .1 "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZEIDA 1 DAMKRUN." Elc. i '( iiiinl Ivub t.y It.. In, . vi i III i H CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. m 'Ml. QltlMhlll. Mr. Olonnrm;" he ox- M claimed in broken whispers. "It I B Bates, B "What Inn i' you done; what ti;is hap BBJ pened?" I demanded. BBl He put his hand to his hoad uncer- M talnly and gasped M though trying to HBJ gather his wits. HBJ Up VII evidently dazed by whatever I H had occurred, and I sprang round mid BBl hplppd him to a roiirh. lie would nol BBl Up down hut Hat up. Blaring and pass BBl Ing his hand over Ills In nil. It was BBl rapidly growlog lighter, ntnl I saw a H purple and black streak aeroHs his H tomple whore a bludgeon of some sort H had siruri. him. BBl "What lions this mean, Dated? Who HBJ has boon In the house?" HBJ "It was early (his morn Inn." he fnl- H tored, "about two o'rlork, I heard HHj noises In the lower part of the house. HHJ I ranic down, thlnkliiK...

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. — 28 March 1908

yrupTTgs 9 acts gently yet nrompt- 1 ly ontKe bowels, cleanses the system effectually, assists one in overcoming 6 ncioitun.1 constipation permanently. To got its oenejicial ejects buy the genuine. Manufactured1 by the CALIFORNIA Jic Syrup Co. SOLD BY LEAOI NO DRUCGISTS- 604 ..BCTTU. 80 RUDE OF HIM. "Why won't you see Herr Schmidt to-day, Erna?" "O, mamma, I can't cnduro him any more! Only think, the last time ho called he waved his handkerchief to me after leaving, and then " "Well, and then?" "Then he sneezed Into It!" What Is contention? The true phil osophy of life and the principal Ingre dient In the cup of happiness. Bur ton. Garfield Ten a aimple nnd Mitiafartory laxative! i ompoHeU ot Herbs, H i - liver and kidney, overcome!! constipation nil bringa (inoil Health. High alms form noble character and great objects bring out great minds. Tryon Edwards. riMI OVK "IIKOMO QCINIMK" foal It I.AXATIVH IIMiVI u( I.M.NK Look few lb algnalure of at. W UHOVB. L'ed the World aver to Cur a...

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. — 28 March 1908

KillllV H H THIS OAKLAND ULUHS r aaaeS . i IS - i ,M H THE GARLAND GLOBE HK INI'KTKM'I-.N I WEM A.VNUOM. . . KiIII'.m "'Hi Mi.n K Telephone No 52 Red EjH (Formerly Wysii's BauhsrSpoa).) HK Ki.ktwI second-class matter ftbruur 17, 1SJ IM6. at the post omea M Oerland, Utah, under H th Act of Congress of March I. 1171. 3m Subsrrlliers who fall l n-ccWs their UB papers regultlijr, ptWM uollfy thlsofflcc IBH Saturila) , March 28. 1908. ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Dr. Hli'h whs in U?diti Thursday B (.) L, Wintnrs apint Siintlny in Ogdt-n. H WANTED A "'""' '""'' Clayton H W H Kowo of Corluue waa in town H Tueaday. H J It Sinli li of .H 1 . 0 spwt thin week in M Garland H Miss MkI.1. Watkinn spout Sunday In . H Brigliatn H Mr. and Mm. J K Owens drove up to H Fielding Sunday. H Hbcrlff Joa. Josrpbson wai bere on le- j M gal business Tueaday. H A I" Peterson of Holbrook, Idaho, wm I H In Unrland list Saturday. H Miss Ellr.aheth Ipaen returned to her H home in Ogdeu Saturday laat H W H Bootbo, 8r. of ...

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. — 4 April 1908

vfl ' flBrBBl vb! BflJ 4f to be without your HOME H BB LJ B flj H-atr I effl lwAv.1 B fl fl fl BtX MV "" flV ii"".,.tt.rihi.T.rTompAv B pbj fl Br B Bb B m B I Bl B fl B flf B B fl BB B flfl h B B Bi .atadB BB B efJaiedB 1 Bel B V B fl H a B V fl' B B m Bfl s ron-wto I pij BJ JTb H . M a bm kmJ r p bF M m H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol 3 No 9 Published ot Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 4, 1903 H BP ,.i t Religion Class Concert A crowded house greeted the concert given by the Religion Classes at the Am tisement hull last Friday evening and the concert wm well received by all In atten-1 dance. Over 150 children took part In I the program rendered and Mrs. Ellen i Clark Henderson, daughter of Mrs. Lucy A Clark, gave some excellent rending during the sveniug. Both the Garland and Garland North claaaei did their part In making the pro gram a rousing suceess and much credit Is due the ladle who aided the children lo the choruses, drills, charact...

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. — 4 April 1908

asv 9 The Garland Globe HH Published Every Saturday at jfflk GARLAND .... UTAH Ih Terms of Subscription: H One yenr (In advance) $1.60 HS Six months 75 Hi Three months 50 )Jg Advertising rates furnished on appll- VjVI cation. iqjpflt J. A. Wlxom Editor snd Manager THE PRESIDENT'S SPECIAL MtSSIUiE 10 CONGRESS B Draws Attention of Lawmakers to B Measures That He Believes Should Bm Be Acted Upon at This Session. Washington In a special message BBS ircscntcd to congress on Wednesday, President Roosevelt callB the atton- tlon of the lawmakers to certain measures on which hi thinks thcro should lie action tnkcn ly the present BH eongresH He sns child Inhnr should re prohibited throughout the nation. At least a model child labor bill BB i. In. in, l be passed for the District of Columbia. It la unfortunate that In the one place solely dependent upon congress for ICh legislation there BBb should be no law whatever to protect BBg children by forbidding or regulating their labor. The presiden...

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. — 4 April 1908

B 1 I StOCk Legislate Against It ! g 11. t But Don't VaiTl Ol 1I1Q Handicap Business Hi DEAN JOHNSON. of School of Cooowcf aod Flaaare, Now York llalvoralty. z F 4 It ig jKTtiiK'iit for us to consider the extent to V which the money of the banks ig used in speculation, ; L B and wliether the evils attending such employment of W? B Imnk depogits may not be minimized through ;i change kWf MJ& '" tne tlktoj system. As matters stand, a man, say, YflP JlJti&i'A wit 1,',00 o invest, goes to his bank and borrows j ''''JBfT JBh BUcn further amount as the money rate may make it ap mA '"'Hr l'r"M,ll,''r With tins he makes Ins purchase Frfrflnflgnl '""' 'll,s "' llB '""'1H'ni' fr ie '""" the securities, PBjftS3w3j which then become subject in the matter of their re- l wyW iJI sale not only to market conditions and the desires of the operator, hut to the fluctuations of the money rate itself. Meantime it is the bank's funds that have been in actual employ ment. When you find a means to ...

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. — 4 April 1908

MM Wm The Garland Globe Hm3 Published Every Saturday at SH-3 OAKLAND UTAH. BSSaaay i WGn Termi of Subscription: ufir On year (In advanco) fl.60 Jj"$y BIt montha 76 jffljto Throe) montha 10 IBj Adrartlalnc ratee furnlehed on a- H BrtioKlon hB Cntared a aPrond-iflaGB matta B February 17, 190G, at the postofflca at HBl Oarlanrt. Utah, under the Act of Clou- H fress of March 8. 1I7. H 4. A. WtKOfn Editor and Manager EaTaTaTal aaaaaaaaaeaaa i i ' - H O. .S L. TIME TABLE B FuMnnr No. M PuMnrtr No. tl B aouTH aouND- niirtm bound- H I ,y Malad 7:80 am I.v nrlgham 6:10 p m H IjT Garland 1:42 a m I. Corinne 6:20 p m H Ir Tremont 1:47 a m I.t Trtnont 6:46 p m B IT Corlnn :17 am I.t Garland 6:50 p m H Ar Bricham (:40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p ra J Connacta with Caoha Connects with Cache J Valley train No. II for Vallar train No 11 from J Ocden and Bait LMa, Ocden and Salt Lake. B MIXED TRAIN North Hound. H Lravea Ogden 8:20 a. m. H Bngham.. ..9:55 a. m. MU Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. MU Tremont. .. 10:52...

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. — 4 April 1908

' ffiotf Jokes 1 T MORE THAN HE COULD DO. It was nn Interesting time at the house of Dobbs, and Anally, when the doctor came out Into the hall, Dobbs gw wa In a state of excitement equal to 4jjV an election night, "Well, doctor?" he said. Inquiringly, and grnhbing the physician's coat front with both hands. "Twins," responded the doctor. Briefly. . "How how many?" he asked, In a dazed manner. The usual number," replied the doc tor, smiling. "Oh, yes ah excuse me, doctor. Boys or girls?" "Hoys." "Roys?" "Yes." "Then I'm a ruined man!" "Ruined!" was the surprised an swer; "what's the mttter with you?" "Why, doctor, for tho last 20 years It's been all I could do to meet the de mands of my boys for my old clothes; and now, at my time of life, to have to commence to wear two pairs of trousers at once In order to keep up with the procession is more than I can undertake; I see ruin with a big 8 Btnrlng me In the face, and I can't make a move to defend myself." The doctor gave him a dose of...

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. — 4 April 1908

m - B The Evolution of H9f Household Remedies. Hw The modern patent medicine buii- psK new la the natural outgrowth of the f:jB old-time household remedies. Mj9 In the early history of this country, flP EVERY FAMILY HAD ITS HOME H MADE MEDICINES. Herb teat, XKS bitten, laxatives and tonic, were to be SsfK fonnd in almost every house, oompound- jjHflF fi by the housewife, sometimes assisted WjS by the apothecary or the family doctor. HB Such remedies as picra, which was K aloes and quassia, dissolved in apple fl brandy. Sometimes a hop tonic, made m of whiskey, hops and bitter barks. A H scorn or more of popular, home-made H remedies were thus compounded, the m formulae for which were passed along M from house to house, sometimes written, M sometimes verbally communicated. M The patent medicine business is a H natural outgrowth from this whole- M come, old-time custom. In the begin- B ning, some enterprising doctor, im- B pressed by the usefulness of one of M these home-made remedies...

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. — 4 April 1908

Hfaaaa H LANGUID AND WEAK. A Condition Common with Kidney Trouble and Backache. Mrs. Marie Sipfle, 416 Miller St, Helena, Mont., iay- "Throe years age fmy bark grew weal and lama and ) could not t o o i without a sharp pain. It was just I as bad when I tried to get up from a chair. I was Ian guid and llstlest -- and had much pair and trouble with the kidney secretions This was my state when 1 began with Doan's Kidney Pills. They helped mo from the first and four boxes made a complete, lasting cure." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. FosterMllburn Co.. Ruffalo, N. Y. BUT WAS IT THE SAME MELON? Paper Carried by Darky Amounted Almost to Perpetual Permit. "A negro just loves a watermelon," said Representative Johnson of -South Carolina. "Strange, too, that when a policeman sees a negro with a melon at an unreasonable hour he has It right down that the darky has stolen that wntermelon. I heard a story about a policeman who met a negro In the early hours of the morning, and he bad a bi...

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. — 4 April 1908

aB WM THE GARLAND OLQBf Bfe I III- (OAKLAND GLOBE HB INIH:i"KNIKXT. HflaJB I A.Wimim, Killtur nnil Mnur E Telephone No 52 Red frjH Ir'nrmerly Wvatt'a Hntiher Shop! IpttS Entered an eeeonil-rlaas miller rVhriiary 17. KfH 1(hh;. :it i lie kmI office M Garland. Utah, umkr fiSH II,.- Ail of ONfM of Muri-li .H. IHT'i RhS SiilivriliiT li" fnil to PSBSjva their fcW iiii -r ri-culsrly. plt-itf- nidify HiIh office Mj .i' urd . , April 4, 1908. ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Vt 1 alnssdaj WBS 'nil fixiN" day. B Tin inih 1 April i-t KiiHter Sinulay. fl March HM In like u Hon nnil went ' H out like a linnets. H WXVTED t ' l""li Clinton H i a NordquM pmi in-i Baturdaji ami H ttunilitt iii K'I'U. H Mrs. I. 0 .liilinsun Is visiting rclnllvcs BH In I'.il liniii 1 hit week. H Rwt. lift, Mn, mli Evans n- In 1 In LL Htnte capital h few ilayH this neck. H H .1 Truiiiicll of ICiMiiiilr whh tritna H HrliiiK lnihiiK'MN ill OhiIhikI Monday. B WINES ""'I UajVOfl for Medicinal H purpose:, Bt Itlter Bros Drag Store, tf...

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. — 11 April 1908

bbsTHE GARLAND GLOBE "Si I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT REAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.3. No. 10. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 11,1908 H Junior Base Ball Team. Garland now boasts of a Junior Hasc . Ball Team which was organized In this city the fore part of the week. The nine Is known asthc "Garland dreys." Knrn est Jen -i n i . i In- in -111:1 i i . Lane Gleiison captain and Ami Kvans Sce'y amlTrcas. , Following Is the line-up: C Karnest .lenseii , p l.ane OrSUnO, lb Millard drover. 2li ROSOOS Kvun-, 3b Meridith lingers, as llernard Murie rf .Ion llrown, ef Arthur Iiowen, If Carleton lingers. Funds are being eolleeted to purchase a complete ou'fll and a priietleo game will be played with the Seniors today at the Athletic l'ark. Some cracker jack bull tosaers const It uU' the nine. Neighbor ing teams can look for a challenge from this team any old day. Operation for Appendicitis. Mrs. Hurry I'nssy of this city under went an operation for appendlrilis at ...

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. — 11 April 1908

BB Hm Bfl The Garland Globe SHk Published Every Saturday at SBW QARLAND UTAH 8jsfi Term of Subscription: H One year (In advance) 91.60 8Ri Fix months 76 E9B Three month! 60 ywg AdTerttalng rates furnished on appll- HSjl eatlon. F8$ 4. A. Wlxem Editor and Manager WjJHS Hfl After thinking It over China has de B elded not to be Japan's little fait hfu) H Fldo. IH That Htork club formed by Detroit BH women should put a quietus on the R Teddy bear craze. H In Hie KoBgO nativeH there liaK been 1 .discovered liv Fiance a peril Heveral shades darker than yellow H In the battle of the naval experts H now goi;g on in Washington great. care should lie taken to use HiniikeleRK H Any foreign nation that taken a no H tlon to so to war with iih mlghl Und H that the critics of our navy are great 9 It Is reported, denied and reiterated B that King Edward ivcire a niiu cap. H How ran England remain ho calm H amid all this uncertainty? B A lot of New York men who former- H ly were rich think of throwi...

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. — 11 April 1908

I I IN THE LIMELIGHT I TO BRING FLEET HOME f Hear Admiral Charles 8. Sperry, who will C succeed Admiral Uobley D. Evans as commander BW of the United States neet now In the Pacific ocean, Kl' and who Is to bring the "big sixteen" back to ftwj the Atlantic coast l circling the globe, has had SSlsW '",u; u"li distinguished Bervlce In the navy He is Mftj a native of New York, but is accredited to Con ,. v., nBi) nectlcut In his appointment to the naval academy. I; Jjj jf I "' '" ':"n" :l reai admiral In May, 1906 t1I ILX , During the war with Spain Admiral Sperry A Jffl' m I wa8 equipment officer In the New York navy Ivf'nVj"' L I r var'- Afterward he was given command of the I y y' ,v Yorktown In Philippine waters, and directed the ifM-J'i' BnsV movements or the landing party on the eastern WymJ ? &mmK shore of Luzon, which is now regarded as one of imXMlMWt-. tfMKlr tli'' must thrilling adventures of the campaign against Agutnaldo. The lnndlng party of the Yorktown was captured b...

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. — 11 April 1908

Rftl - - iwHW K The Garland Globe fi ptibllahed Every Saturday at K ALAND UTAK, fr. a " Pfc Terma of Subicriptijn: IBS Dob year (In adTiinra) fl.BO pflp Bis. montas TB PCft llNt month BO S( Adrertlalng; ratna furnlabed on ae '- ftloation. B Bn(Tl a aerond-elass raattef H rbruary 17, 1906, at thf pontofflce at (H Garland. Utah, under the Act of Oon- H grBan of Meroh 3. 17. . A Wlxom Editor and Manager EIbbbbbbbbbbbi H O. .S L. TIME TABLE RRRj FuMnpr No. 83 1'iwnpr No. tl RRRb aOUTH BOUND- NORTH BOUND - RRH Mla1 7-30 i m Lv Hrla-ham 6:10 p m RH Lt Oarland :42 am I.v Corlnns t-20 p m RRRj IT Trvtnont :47am l.r Trmiml 6:46 pm RRR t Corlnna Ml am I.t Garland :M p m fH Ar Brit-ham S:40 am Ar Malad 6:10 p m RH Connacti with Cache Connacta with Cache RRRfl Vallry train No. 12 fur Valley train Ne 11 f rom RRRR Cation and Salt Lake. Ocdan and Salt Laka. M MIXED TRAIN. H North Hound. B Leaves Ogden 8:20 a. rn. H BriRham.. ..9:55 rn- H M Corinne. .. .10:10 a. m. H Tremont.. .10:52 a. m. H Garla...

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. — 11 April 1908

w. LnVjanl cSMiasoiD.skm.Qs HI8 GREAT INVENTION. t "Do you want to make a fortune easy hs n wink?" queried a hawk-eyed man, with a lop shoulder, to a shoe dealer the other day. "Of course." t "Then buy my patent." ar He unrolled a package and brought to light a in. i. a tin funnel, and a quart of nshes. "What on earth ta It?" asked the dealer. "It In Bmnson's patent safety shoe. Here's the Idea. In winter our pave ments are dangerous from Ice. By sprinkling nshes on Ice you produce decomposition, and render walking safe. Do you follow me?" "Hut" "Oh, course you don't; but I'll ex plain. This Ib a doublesoled shoe. There Is a space between the two soles, and the toe and heel ends are Opn, You till this space with ashes, and, when wnlktng. they slip out In advance of you." "The Idea!" "Yes; I worked 21! years on the Idea. This funnel fits Into the heel of the Bhoe, and Is used to loaiFup with." "Hut the ashes?" "Oh, you hire a boy to follow with a pall of them. When the shoe Is empty ...

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. — 11 April 1908

mm The WjS General Demand WSBb of the Well-Informed of tin- World has HKtf always born for a simple, pleasant und BS efficient liquid lnative remedy of known BSCS value; a laxative which physician could Ira Miictiun for fmr;'y use It.- its eoin- JSeSE poncnt parts nrc known to them to be "??Src$ wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, nKj-yf'i acceptable to the system and gentle, yet "SirS prompt, in action. JgAQ In supplying tliat demand with iti ex- HBfi cellent combination of Syrup of ligs and lBflB Elixir of Senna, the California I'ig Syrup IgSBfl Co. proceed along ethieiil lines and relics jflffSJ on the merit of the laxative for its remark- BBB able BBSl 'J bat is one of many reasons why BBVb Syrup of I'ig and Klixir of Senna is given BBVfl the preference by the Well- Informed. BBVfl l'o get its beneficial effect alwny buy BBVfl the genuine manufactured by the Cali- BBVI form.i I'ig Syrup Co., only, ami for sale BBBS by all leading druggits. 1'ricc fifty cents BBB por bottle...

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. — 11 April 1908

1 PUBLIC LAND 0PENIN6. 245.000 acres of Irrigated govern ment !.and In Dig Horn Basin. Wyom- W lnK. will be thrown open for settlement May 12, under the Carey Act. afford ing an opportunity to secure an Irrl gated farm at low cost on easy pay- , ments. Only 30 days residence Is re ' quired. A report containing official no tice of the drawing, maps, plats, and full Information has been published by the Irrigation Department, 40"i Home Ins. Rldg., Chicago. Anyone In terested may obtain a free copy by ap- plying to the Department. Gentle Persuasion. A young chap from the south, who recently took up his residence in Bos ton with the purpose of pursuing cer tain technical studleB at the Hub, en gaged board and lodgings at "a select establishment" in Columbus avenue. It was not long after his install ment therein that the southerner found hlniBelf obliged to complain to the landlady with reference to the noisy doings of some of his fellow lodgers. "The people in the room next to mine," sa...

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. — 11 April 1908

H THl GARLAND GLOBE 4 j3 THE GARLAND OLOBB B INDKI'KNDKNI SJSBS I A Wixom. . . Kdltor and Mnnr. K Telephone No 52 Red H9 (Formerly Wyatfs Butcher Bhop.) L9K Entered as second-clam matter February 17. 8BHB 1906. at the post office at Garland. Utah, aniln lff thr Art ..f n-gr-a of March .1. 18T. S3X Suli-riliirs w tin full l receive tlicli iVOJ paper nirulsrlv, phase notify tlilH oftli jjf Sstordt. April it, 1908. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. HHj .llllllCH OlIllllllH Hpl'llt 1 I I'f lllJS HH week lii KiinniiiL'liiii. B V II llooihc. Sr , of Urlglmm, IpMl HH not) i'f 1 lil" "I'rk iii Oarland BH b 1 Booths of LMghasi "i4 km Thou M tln In I lie intercut (if I lie It M it V Co. 1 II I, Inters unci 0 I Wilson were Og- HHj din vi-.iii ih tlie fore pin I of this week. H Mis I A Norltjnlt apt'llt H few ii:t -. 1 In Oifdcti this week visiting relntlves mill B W I. Hiili of Inrls, ll ht Ukt County, H Idaho, l the guest of his Hon, Dr. Win. H B (IHTurd .leusen of Mantua, brotlirr of Waa .Myrtle Jensen, ...

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. — 18 April 1908

h jieiTHE GARLAND GLOBE "ism I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY M Vol.3. No. II. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 15,1905 9 OPENING GAME OF THE SEASON, Garland's famous nine, consisting of srtoiig aggregation of hull tassers, crosses bats with Colllnston's cracker Jack, nlno lit i vii in, i. n today. The team across the way has made n good j start 1 1 v iii;- defeated l.ni-ni In the first game and given Tremotit a 'Mint Ollt" lust -vi i ii i. In I Jin I in. I lm- H nine this season thai In going '" break all former records and b fine game Is In store for the funs today. A Jensen il Iirlgham nnd Charley Welling will do tha tossing net nnd II. Fowler will take care of tho curves as they pass over the home plate. The Garland battery will he hacked up hy a strong force of swift hasers, fielders and a No. 1 short-stopper. Dou't mis the I HS'nr. Forsgrcn Home Burned. Last Haturday afternoon lire consumed the residence of John II. Forsgrcn, who...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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