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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 18 April 1908

jH HH The Garland Globe Hfl Published Every Saturday at yOfjy OARLAND .... UTAH m&hH Terms of Subscription: iQwB One your (In advance) $1.60 SSfH Six M inn I lis 76 QHjjl Three months 60 tjTVjfl Advertising rates furnished on appil- BflmiB ation. yiar J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager HHH ALL AFTER THE BLUE RIBBON LHI Remarkable Unanimity of Knowledge HLH In Sunday School Class. JH "Now, children." salt) the teacher of gH the Infant cIhhh of a Sunday Hchnol, "I H told yon IbhI Sunday that eiich of you H who learned a verse from the Rlblo H and recited It tn-dny would receive H lain-' Mile Let me mi' how H many or vim have learned a verse." B There wi le 'JO .".0 boys and girls H from four to eight years of age ranged H about her In a circle For a flH there was no response to her question. H Then a bright looking Kit 1 timidly H a H "Ah! Julia has learned a verso,'' the H teacher said I am Horry that m H more hainls aie lalseil I had hoped 1 that nearly all of you would get a hlue H...

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. — 18 April 1908

annnVtai THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Author "I "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA UAMF.gON," Elc. (u.rl,jiu iui kf BatsMSeiltl Co CHAPTER XX. Continued. The plMM) pounding continued and I waited tor what seemed an Inter minable time. It was growing dark and a tn :i i I brought laius. I tonk a book from tlie table. It watt "The Lift Of Hcnvonuto Cellml" and Marian l)e ercux was written on the fly leaf, by unmistakably the same hand that had penned the apology for Olivia's per formances. I saw In the clear, Bowing lines of the signature. In their lack of impel Unity, her own ease, grace and charm; and. In the deeper stroke with which the "" was crossed. 1 felt a Challenge, a readiness to aliide by nni sequences once her word was given. Then my own Inclination to think will Of her angered me, and I dropped tin' book Impatiently as she crossed the threshold. "I am sorry to have kept yon wail Ing, Mr. Olenarm. But this Is my busy hour." "I shall not detain yon Ions. I cam...

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. — 18 April 1908

jM The Garland Globe mBtt Publlshtd Every Saturday at HmMb Oakland utak. HMlISS Terma of Subacrlption: SKRaJ On yaar (In advance) 11.50 iM3iB Ki i tnontha T6 Mf-OBiB Tbra) ruontha 60 r-l352 Adrartlalng ratoa furnlahvl on sj ,u)rTV ajMcmtlon. r 754 Botan-ad a awond ela mattet Mk BVtiruan 17. 1!06. at the poRtoRIca at IflfHB Oarland. Utah, under the Act of Con- HB Bra of Maroh J. lULB i. A. Wlttom .... Editor and Manager HnTaSH a a n 1 gaan QH - ). J L. TIM TABLE B Faaaanrar No. tt PuMtim No. II H aOLTH OUND N"H1H BOUND PPPH l Mild 7.30 am Lv HriKhua 6:10 p a 1 Vr Oarlanl ft' in l. Corinn 6t20 p m tit Tramont 1:47 Lt Tramont (1:46 p m H t Corlnno 17 a n Lt Garland l:(0pa PPPPJ Ax Brlaham :40 a ra Ar Malad 1:10 pm H Connart with Carha Connacta with Cacha ijHijH Valla train No. 12 fur Vallrjr train No 11 from fjjfjfjVH Ccdan and Halt Laka. Oailan ami Salt Laka. 1 MIXED TRAIN. PBPSJ North Hound. 1 Leaves Ogden 8-.2on.m. PBpSJ N Brijrham.. ..9:55 a. m. PPH " Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. PPH M...

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. — 18 April 1908

H Woman's HmlmtL DRESSING THE TOTS . BRIGHT COLORS BEST FOR SMALL I W CHILDREN. Russian Blouses Becoming to Boys nd Girls Alike Striped and Tiny Checks and Plaid Ginghams Are Mucn In Favor. Sonic pUMta ilresg their clilldiOn in white all the year round and at all tlmeti i r thf day, but save for very small tots this srheme Is not a practl oal one. In the nursery or klndergar ten n rhlld should not be hampered In playing for fear of soiling or mussing the dainty Until froek, and a bright colored blue, pink or brown Ham dress Is really best during the morn Two Nursery Frocks. Ins. The Russian blouses are still worn iiy small girls and boys alike, and this style of dress In a becoming color, relieved only by bands of white linen or embroidery and a smart little leather belt, Is still a favorite model. Ctilmpe and suspender dresses are, however, just ns much In vogue, and as soon as the girl graduates from the Russian blouse or suspender a strnp dress Is appropriate hn any age, and l ev...

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. — 18 April 1908

I w H This woman says she wn snvod H fro:-. Ad operation bf I-yilln. K. H Pinkliiun'uVeprctabloCoinpouiHl. H Lena V. TTrnrv, of Nornstow n, (..a., H writes to Mrs. J'inUliiUii: H " I suffered untold misery from fe- m male troubles. My doctor s.-'id an operav M tlon was the only bbumm 1 hud. Ma I H dreaded it almost (ii iniicli ns death. H "One day I read how otlirr women H hftd lwcn cured ly L-ydla B. Plakbun'a B Vegetable Conip"uiul. ;uul I decided to H try It. Jtefoic I had taken the flnt H bottle I wan better, and now I am en- H tire I v cured. M "Every womnn MifTcrinrr with nny M female trouble ihould take l.di:i 1 M I'inkhiun's Vegetable Coiiipound." I FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. H For thirty roan Lydia B. Pink B hum's Vegetable Cbmpound, made H from roots and herbs, Lai been Hio H tandard remedy for female ilia. H aadhaapoiltlvelyenredthorttandsol H women who have been troubled with H displacements, lnflammaUon,nlcera H Hon, fibroid tumor, Irregtuarltics, M ppriolic pains, backache,...

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. — 18 April 1908

.bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! AWED BY THE CROSS i 8AVAGE INDIANS RESPECTED SYMBOL OF CHRISTIANITY. Crucifix on Breait of Young Irishman Who Fell with Cutter Wat Mean of Saving Body from Mutilation. The following atory of the Custer battleground was told to the writer by one who receiver! It from an eye-wit-Jar iicsH of the Hcene described a witness who, Indeed, had a fatal Interest In the field, since he himself had lost his fa ther In that last heroic stand of Custer uml his men. Among (he soldiers who were en gaged In fighting the Indians. In the i 'iimpalgn of which the Custer episode forms a part, were two young Irish men who had been In the Papal Ouard at Rome. Baton they left for America, the pope had given them his blessing and presi'iiicd each of them with a gold crucifix upon which the mystic beneficence of hi prayers had fallen One of these young men was with Custer wln'ti the general and all his followers went down before the fero cious oealaughtl Of Um Indians. Th o...

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. — 18 April 1908

H THE OAKLAND GLOBE - WBSa TIIK (JAKLANI) OLOBB fffflft INIH.IT.NDKNT CBp ' g.Wffna, . MSm aad Mnrr Wwt Telephone No 52 Red IWg' (Formerly Wvatt'a Tlutrher Shop. I Hl Kntpml second-da. WW February 17. jfljfil to, at I In- poet office l 'Jarland. Utah, under iQU (.he Art of OimilWi of Marrh a, 1879. 'JTaWW MurrllWI Who full to receive, their ralxsr papers regularl) . pteaac iiniifv thtaofBoa y3 Suturria), April 18, 1908. flj ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hfl Kastcr Sunday In Q II. Konlcr and.l.T Dm Oh spent Hun- B My i' Dgtftll IH ,1. A, Rosiuii spent the fbtt pari of H fill- uei'k in B. llyrum .leuscii of OolHMtM s In H fiariand on business Tuesday. JUmI "Wanted" mil) "For Nta" H ,..ri in 1. 1111 1- cli ' ..-iii.-. returned HiiiiiIbv even B (1. t. fiuin business I rip lu Mult Lukl' B HM Lira JottSMM of Hrlirliiim spent H (Sunday will Mi mu) Mrs. Oluf John fl Lawrence Smith returned Niuiduj BH from h trl I" I'll i-;iil OtOft hcI N L, H B Mrs A, Mnrln, Mia infl r . M H (riutsiu'iiiiu N4mm in MgU...

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. — 25 April 1908

il in! THE GARLAND GLOBE "si I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol 3 No. 12. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 25,1905 H Garland vs. Collinston. Colllnston's Collection of Celebrated i Cracker-lacks dealt out defeat to Oar land's C.rltty Oang of Goodeyes in a ncore of I IS I ! the game at Collinston Inst Saturday. The MM a fine dcmoiisiriilion of ball tossing from start to finish. CfOWdl of people from iMl city and vicinity took In the event and did some rousing rooting for the home team. Our boys were right there with the goods and gave OolH tOl'l nine a tough tustle and did some excellent work notwithstanding this game was the first contest of the season. We were informed that a few costly errors on the part of Garland's fielders gave three runs to Collinston 'a nine. Collinston has a cracker-jack nine this season, but we feel satisfied that otir home team will defeat them In the next con t st. Oct dowu to some hard practice g- work,...

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. — 25 April 1908

H , Wm The Garland Globe MB?! Published Every Saturday at MK GARLAND UTAH Kju Termi of Subscription: Hk One year (In advance) 11.60 HStfJr Six tnontha 7r' jS Three month SO tp Advertising rates furnished on appli- Sk awtlon. KY J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager 1 ELEPHANTS INVADE I COURT OF HOTEL Fire Near Circus Ground in Cali- 1 fornia Town Causes Stampede M of Huge Animals. H infuriated Beasts Trample on Woman H and a Man, Besides Wrecking H Property Two Fatall- H ties May Result. H Riverside, Cal An a result of a H fire at the Btnndard Oil company's H violate tankH, u herd of elephants H whs stampeded, I, J. WorHley lies at H the ctly hospital fatally burned, and H Miss Ella Olbbs, a ehurrh deaconess, B tiis fatally Injured. A milieu boom B which whh heard at 1:11 marked the H explosion of the largo oil tank. Wors- H ley w.i: a driver of the delivery H wagon from which the fire was com- H munlcuted to the tanks. H A clrctiH, three blorks distant, wan H About to open for the afterno...

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. — 25 April 1908

1-----------I M r - " JDflir America's Doors 1 Closed to Fol- AnaFCiiy lowers of Red Flag By HON. GEO. IV MIXINGS. fCoflllSlOBM' of Intni1drntl.nl. Bosloa. H WT "HE recent instructions of Secretary Straus of the department Tof commerce and labor indicate the rigor with which it is in tended to carry out the spirit as well as the letter of the exclu yS) sion features of the immigration laws. Congress has done jKBfc much in the past ten years to strengthen the immigration HOB I;IU- '""' ,'"'n' ls il S"'"M. movement directed to obtaining MM even more effective provisions of exclusion. The laws took W cognizai if anarchists at the time of the assassination of wm J William McKinley, hut the president's murderer, it was found, was horn in America, and it is not surprising that some anarchists manage to get into this country, as into every other. It has heen suggested that each immigrant should produce a certifi cate from the police authorities of the community from which he departs, this ...

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. — 25 April 1908

.B Hi MS The Garland Globe NHSR. PuWIehed Every Saturday at SjflSaW LN) UTAH, I"'St1', Ttrmi of Subacrlptlon: fffhY?? One jreer (In advance) 11.69 8.5t? "', monthe T6 BVtaarr! Three moDtha 60 9-oHli AdYertlelng rate furnlsbe,i m aa- HCB fMtmtloo. mMLH Battered a eavond elaea matte H Pabruarr 17. HOC. at tha poatofllc at fcH OarUuid. Dtab, undar tha Act of Ootv MEH areas tt March I. H 4, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H - O. .8 L. TIME TABLE B himpi No. S2 Paaaanrar No. tl H aouTH iqund- -NoaTM bound H X,t Malad 7:30 am I,v llrlg-riam 6:10 p m H 1r Garland M2 I m Lr Corinne 6:20 pm In Tramont 6:47 am I. Tmnont 6:46 p m B Lr Oorinno 1 7 am I. Garland 6:60 p m H Aj Brifham 40 am Ar ktatad 6:10 p m H ConnorU with Carh Connect! with C'arha BBBBBBBBB Tailor train No. 12 fur Vallor train No 11 from BBBBBBBBBS. Oidan ami Salt Io. U(ilen and Salt Uka. 1 MIXED TRAIN. fl North Hound. B Leavea Ogden 8:20 n. m. H Hrigham.. ..9:5s a. m. H M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. B M 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. — 25 April 1908

n . WEED OF CDUNTRY TRIUMPH OF DEMOCRATIC PRN CIPLES 18 IMPERATIVE. ? THE MAN AND THE HOUR. t With the Nomination of John A. John on, Progressive Demoorat of IK tegrity, Ability and Achieve ment, Succen la Assured. Wearied of 12 years of overwhelm ing defeat In national elections dur ing which time the arty has lost na tional political control of every north ern state and haB witnessed devastat ing Inroads even on the southern states, hundreds of thousands of Bern ocratlc voters have In the last few months asked: "Who Is the man who can lead the party to victory?" The best of armies, military or po litical, require some measure of suc cess to maintain their spirit and ef ficiency Continuous and overwhelm Ing defeat, even In the worthiest of causes, disheartens the strongest men. Conditions are such in this year 1908, that a united Democracy, sup porting a strong presidential nominee, can win the presidential office and open the way for a return of the DtBfr cratlc party to power. No...

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. — 25 April 1908

HI H KsrERlAL N mm THE HOUSE OF Beg A THOUSAND MM CANDLES ejJBB Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON E9M Amber .1 "THE MAIN CHANCE." M DA MBbB OAHEION." Elc. BBsBal ' i Mk-fit i j 11. .(.(.- ,, f CHAPTER XXI. Continued. BBBJB "Good! but tills is in i wall licit' H ai Hi with u layer of bricks anil a thin BBBBg coal of (nicrii A nice Job It iiiiihI BBBBl hav lii'i-n to tin the wink, and It cost BBBHj tho pi in ni ii iii-'i hunt." I i'i iimlili ! BBBBb "Take heart, lad. and listen." and BBBBl Larry Ix'Riui pOUMttag the wall with u BBBBb hammer, exactly under the north BBBBJ Katepoat. We had Mounded everything BBBBl In and about the house unlll the pro BBBBl eeSM BBBBj "Hurry up and not HimhikIi with It." BBBBg I Jerked Impatiently, holding Hie Imp BBBBJ torn at the level of In head It wus BBBBf .sharply rold under the poatH and I BBBBl was anxious to prove the worthless BBBBl ii.-. . of In Idea and be done. H Thump! thump! BBBBJ 'There's a place here that sounds a H trifle off the key. You BBBBl I s...

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. — 25 April 1908

' M JEWELRY SSenufaeturlni and Repairing are our forn- moil ipKiillIti We've theflnaet equipped hop for title work and employ mere ebllled i machinlci than any Jewelry alora far mllaa In any direction Va will b glad to anew Jy yau through any lima 'vuAllla, -.-ttafDrMAIrl ft SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH ' I CHILD, COLE CO. I BROKERS SOLICIT YOUR PATWOrUQE Our facilities for handling your account unexcelled. Wo make llbaral advances on oil Utah Stocks. 100 Atlaa Bleak, Salt Lake City. wmmaamammr DOUBTFUL OF THE GUARANTEE. Specific Clause Caueed Inoreaee In Price of Cloth. The Arab., and. Indeed, all Mos lems, have the practice of n enforcing promises by adding to their word of honor the Arabic phrase, Inshallah "please Ood." How much meaning It conveys In some lands of the east Is told In the pages of "In Moorish Cap tivity." The pious proviso Is a very useful m formula to the Moors, and Is frequent- ly used In making promises that they have no Intention whatever of keep ing, as they can the...

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. — 25 April 1908

Wm THK GARLAND QtjOBt ' r BB IMK OAKLAND GUOBK WB INDEPENDENT kSB 1 a. Wixom, . Kdltor tad Mnpr. 9B Telephone No 52 Rrd Si IKormerly Wvstt'a Butcher Shop. 1 PnBK Kntcred n second - -In - matter February 17, 33f WW, at the post rimce i.l fiarlnnd. Ullh, under KJBBi lhl' Art nf Oonaress of Murrh S. 1ST9. afflttl Subs'Tlbera ho full In receive, their jsfcuSj jniii i- regular!) , please notify this office kjjSjrjjjfr Satiif.la), April 25 191'H $H items of interest. HH 1'. A. Kordqnlst weal la Ogdra BB J'CSll I'! IV H Tlic little son t( II. Hoyd bM lilt' H chicken-pox. 1 .I.E. Dwells tiiHtli' H business trip to B 1 j' 1I1 11 Wednesday . H HcHtiour "Wiitiud" and "K01 Bait" B coin nit) mi l-i page, Joseph Jensen niHiU 11 vlsil to Brig Lilt in mill Mmilim Sunday. H .Mis. It. I''. BaOtiM f Hrlirlmiu spent H last Saturday In tliis I'll) . H O.N. I.. Air i' nt V. K. OfDM tnntlf a business Hip to Mult l.altc Tuesday. 1 Mn, J nines Jensen went to Paradise, B Cache Co., to visit relatives last ni...

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 May 1908

I tstiiTHE GARLAND GLOBE "est I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY t Vol.3. No. 13. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 2,1905 H Something Doing To-Day. & nig Time In thr order of the doing In Garland today. First comes a rous ing game of Hmc Itnll between the Malad and Garland uluesi at the City Park at '.' . m A enthusiastic and spirited game Is looked for today as both nines arc In fine condition for the contest. Following the ball game cornea a matched hone race for a purse of $240, between J. Y. Bleb's gray aod J. F. Owen hlnck. Quite a few aide beta hare atao been made on this rac. In the evening a Grtnd Concert and Hail will be given at the hall for the benefit of Jonti II. Foragreu. The affair la under the auaplcca Of the Oar land Religion Claaaes. Don't forget that Glerc will be something doing all day long In Garland today. !. Fruit and Vegetation Damaged by Frost, In conversation with a number of leading fruit grower of thia city...

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 May 1908

I The Garland Globe HE Published Every Saturday at ft GARLAND .... UTAH Hb Term of Subscription: 9B One year (In advance) fl.60 USM Six months 75 2E7 Three tnontha 60 ML Advertising rates furnished on nppli Hffi cation. wfOL A. Wlxom Editor and Manager B SENATE'S FINAL DECISION 1 IS TWO NtW MTTLESHIPS Hfl President's Program for Construction B of Four War Vessels Is Defeated M by an Overwhelming Vote. H Washington By an overwhelming H (Tote, President Roosevelt's four-bat- H jtleshlp program failed In the -in m pto, in i ax II did In the house. The H Amendment for four l.t 1 1 1. .hip ns introduced hy Senator POM, and the Jght for Its adoption wbh led hy Sen- tor Roverldge Twenty-three votes H were east for the Increased pro- H gram, the niimher largely heinK H tnade ip of recently elected senators. H fifty senators voted to support the H house and the recommendation of the H Senate naval committee In favor of H building only two battleships. H The dehati' on the hattleshlp amend- H...

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 May 1908

aw 1 QSTORY THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND 4 CANDLES Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON Auihor ol "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA DAMEION." Elc. 'imui.; Ifub by n Harrlll Co. CHAPTER XXI. Continued. Pickering's face grew white and his eyes started, and when he tried sud denly to speak his Jaw twitched. The room was so still that the breaking of a blazing log on the andirons was a pleasant relief. We stood, the three of us. with our eyes on Pickering, and In my own case I must say that my heart was pounding my ribs at an un comfortable speed, for I knew Larry was not sparring for time. The blood rushed Into Pickering's face and he turned toward Larry stormlly. "This Is unwarrantable and In famous! My relations with Mr. Olen arni are none of your business. When you remember that after being desert ed by bis own flesh and blood he ap pealed to me, going so far as to In trust all his affairs to my care at his death, your reflection Is an outrageous Insult. I am not accountable to you or & tnv ono else!" I "Re...

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 May 1908

HI . i a H The Garland Globe HB Sebllahad Every Saturday at fW VARLAND UTAH, pMD Tarma of Subaerlptlom HB Ob yaar (In advance) 11. B BSr Ml months Tl BbQ MMl months CO RAi Adrartlalng rata furnished ob ap- WW frHofttton. JUpr i ClV$ Bartered aa second-class matte !'V-fe February IT, 1D0C, at the postofflca at JlJSA Garland. Utah, under the Act of Oon- Bjffi freea ef Maroh t. 1179. PB tf. A. WlKOrrt .... Editor and Manager 9 O. .S L. TIME TABLE BJflaS Piamwr Na. 13 1'iwnnr No. tl BBH aOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND BRV It UiM 7:30 am Lt Brlsham :I0 p ra BHBB CtT Garland 1:42 am l.v Corinna 0:20 p ra BBSs Lt Tramont 847 an Lt Tramont 6:4S p m BBM Li Corinna 817 am Lt Garland 1:00 p m At Brlaham :40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m BBB Connarta with Caoha Connacta with Carha BBBbTb! Valla train No. 12 for Vallay train No 11 from M Ofdao and Salt Laka. Osden and Rait Lai a. M MIXED TRAIN. North Hound. M Leaves Ojrden 8:20 a, m. H BriRham.. ..9:55 a. m. Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. . Tremont. .. 10:5a a. m. fl ...

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 May 1908

tv gsH AR0USEENTHU51ASM fc. -ft CANDIDACY OF GOVERNOR JOHN 80N BRINGS NEW HOPE. PROBABILITY OF WINNING Party Leaders See In the Man from Minnesota an Unusual Chanca for Victory at the Polla .. In November. Chicago At the Johnson headquar ters In the Grand Pacific hotel there are signs of satisfaction with the turn the presidential nomln atlon contest In taking In the Dem ocratic party. Ab the Johnson man agers see It, the action of the New York state Democratic convention and that of the Michigan Democratic tate central committee marked a sig nificant change In the contest. "From now on," said F. B. Lynch, who Is In charge of tho Johnson campaign, "you will hear much Blmllar news. From now on people who read tho papers will know that there is a lively con test on, good-natured though It shall be so far as wo ar-coheerned, for the Democratic nomination at Denver. The two official actions of late I refer to the course taken by the New York state convention and the Michigan, state comm...

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