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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 2 May 1908

H? am We heve been repairing watohee HK In Colorado, Wyoming, Navada, B Utah and Idaho for 48 If f K and have mado a raoord of which K w aro proud. Kg? SALT LAKE CITY. UTArL J CHILD, COLE CO. Warn B brokers B F SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE BB B Our faollltlaa for handling BH H your account unexcelled. BB B W mako llboral advancaa BB B on all Utah Stocks. BB B 100 ASM Block, Salt Lake City. f ' i i i .. j H MOUTH NO PLACE FOR COINS. BB Dangerous Practice Too Frequently BB Indulged in by Wtmen. B "Women air iuIi! let eel to many per- BH Dlclmis habits," observed a physician, H "but I cannot conceive of one that Is BB more Idlotlr thnn the placing of coins B In the mouth while the purse or money H hag Is being opened Most women do BH this, especially In the street cars, and B are doubtlexs unmlndriil of tho fact BB that they are thereby Inviting dnnger- BB ous throat and lung troubles I have H often watched women holding rolna BH between their lips, it ml hnve been BB very strongly templed t...

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 May 1908

I .far . S HJaWx .BBaaaaV aaaaal. V alr (W k Vv rtfY ""r"Vie. x'kw This woman anya that after month of ".ufferlno; Lydls. I-;. Pinkliam'a Vegetable Compound made her as well as ever. Maude E. Forprio. of Leesburg.Va., writes to Mrs. lHnkham: " 1 want other suffering women to know whnt Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege table Compound lias done for me. For months 1 Buffered from feminine ilia ao that I thought I could not live. 1 wrote yon, and after taking Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, and using the treatment you prescribed I felt like a new woman. I am now strong, and well aaerer, and thank you for the good you hare done me." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulre ra tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear I M ing-down feeling, flatule...

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 May 1908

H THK GARLAND r.l.OKE t BE THK GARLAND OLrOBaf PSjg INDKFENDF.NT. Deflfr I A. Whom, . Editor unci Mngr MK Telephone No 52 Red, BRH Formerly Wyatt'a BothT Shop.) n9EL Entlt aeeotxl-rlasa matter February 17. . JK8Sm MM, at the poet cfrlra at Garland. Utah, unrfar ' ISntaL" lha Art if ConvrMK "' Marrh . 1KTO. 'THh Subscriber who full Id receive their JFS- paper regularly , please notify this office ' 5 -! Saturdaj, M,iy a, 1908. HB ITEMS OF INTEREST. mgH O. I.. Winters was nri Ogdcn visitor EmBH Sunday. B Read our "Wanted" mi. I "For Sale" H column on It page. BB I'. A. Nordqulsf returned last HnmUy 1 H from a trip t Ogdeti H KIIhIih Hliighain until' 1 business trip B io Ogdcn M Saturday. H Vouch Call of llrlghiim wax in town Bl ' Wednesday on buslne, H Mis Netta Snow returned to inr home BB In Hrlgham last Saturday. BB Ht. Mgr. Moslah Lvans went to Halt H Lake on business Wednesday. H Agrle. Supt.Oen. Austin was a south- j B bound pftsscnget laat Saturday. H W, L. Urovcr and MIsn Jull...

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 May 1908

jgaTHE GARLAND GLOBE "jm I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H 4 Vol.3. No. 14. Published ot Qorlond, Utah. Saturday, Nov 9,1005 H Baby Fatally Burned. Th little nine months' nld bohy boy of Mr. and Mr. Luther n. Sasser of thin city, waa fatally hurried at ahmu ao o'clock Thursday morning, while vbeing treated to a steaming with an alcohol rroup kettle for pneumonia. The baby was placed In lit go-cart and a blanket thrown orer the parasol and hand Ira In catch the vapor from the lighted kettle which waaplacedon arhnir near the han dles. Mr. Basses, who wan up most of tin previous night with the baby, wati asleep on the bed nearby and Mrs. Sasser with drew front the room for a moment and on her return was astonished and grief atrtcken to find the carriage and baby In (lumen The mother siczed the baby from the burning flames and whs fright fully burned about the arms and hands in her efforts to save her darling child. Mr Hatter wai also quite badly bu...

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 May 1908

H The Garland Globe HUk Published Every Saturday at JK GARLAND .... UTAH ggffii Terma of Subscription: affMl One year (In advance) fl.60 WMiM filx montha 7B SSlM Three months 60 rfFB Advertising ratea turnlahed on appll- i ?S cation. Cftfljjf J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager HARRY " THAW IS MJtKiNU HARD FIGHT filR FRtlBOM H tVnt of Habeaa Corpus Brought in an H Effort to Have Murderer of Stan B ford White Declared Sane. H Pough koopslo, N. Y. Temporarily, at least. Hurry Kendall Tliaw Is out H of the Mattoawan hospital for the criminal Insane. Ah a result of Mou- 8 day's .i n- liiir. on the writ of H habeas corpus, brought in an effort to 1 have him declared MUM, he will re- H main In ih'- Dutchess eoiiuly Jail until the flnul declsinn on the writ Ih hantl- H ed down. The formal hearliiK in the H case will come before the supreme fl court hero next Monday. H The adjournment was taken upon B the ! - j i i of a representative of the H district attorney of New York county B to give Distr...

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 May 1908

assail JOHNSON THE MAN "" HE IS THE IDEAL AMERICAN CITI ZEN AND STATESMAN. A MAN OF THE PEOPLE Hit Record o Achievement a Guaran tee to the Nation Compared Fa vorably with Lincoln a m Self Made Man. John II. Tolnn, a lawyer of Anaron la, Mont., a lifelong acquaintance and friend of Oov. John A. Johnson of Min nesota, writes In regard to the latter's candidacy: "You are taking the proper atepa a campaign of education I what Is needed to secure his nom Inatlon. Once let the American people get close to this man, learn his early history and struqgles, as I know them; feel hla friendship, as I have felt It; see his Intense love and kindness for his fellow men, aa I have seen it, and no power on earth can deter them from placing him at the head of our federal government" Mr. Tolan lias summed up briefly one side of the great governor of Mln nesota. He la a moat lovable man a man who makes friends of all whom he meeta. In this respect, aa In aome others, he has been compared to the great ...

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 May 1908

ff , r gj The Garland Globe 3g Publlahtd Evary Saturday a SH? arland utah; BWr .) Tarma of Subscription: 5 Oa jraar (In advance) $1.80 VW Hi aaontha TS Ttara moiitha BO H AdTartlalnc rotaa furBlaaed a ar Ajt fMaftUon. ivljjj aaaaarad it oarond-claaa maltaf fin Pwwraavry 17, 1906. at the poatofflca at MR Garland. UUh. under the Act of Oon- B area af Marok I. 17. HI 4, A. Wlxom Editor and Manaaar H O. .S L. TIME TABLE PliMrpr No. II Fumii No. SI H BOOTH BOimD MOBTW BOUND M Malad 7 30 I Lt Brig-ham (:10 p m B aVr Qarland 1:42 am Lt Corinna :20 p m fl Iff Tmnonl 1:47 a Lt Trraxmt (:il p m B t Co. mi,. 1:17 am Lt Garland t:60 p m HJ A Brlaham MO am Ar Malad 1:10 p m H OonnarU with Caeh Cnnnaeta with Cacha Bjfjjjj ValW train Na. 12 far Valla? train No 11 from BBBBJ Ogdon and Salt Laka. Ogdan and Salt Lake. MIXED TRAIN. HI North Bound. HI Leaves Ojrden 8:20 a, m. H N Brigham.. ..9:55 a. '" HJ M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H Tremont. . .10:53 a. m. fl Garland .. 11:20 a. m. HJ Arrives at Malad...

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 May 1908

n i ' 1 1 ' "i ' ( - H 1 (food Jokes TALL FISH 8T0RY. 0 "Speaking about showers of fiBh," said the solemn-looking nature faker from his seat on the starehbox, "re minds me of the time we were ma rooned on an Island In the blue Pa cific. For two hours there was a am shower of fresh mackerel and. strange to say, they all dropped Into a salt lake on the mountainside. That brined them." "Whew!" the old codgers chorused In unison. "Hut that's not the strangest part of the story. Ten dayB later a cyclone came along, picked up the brined mackerel mid dropped thoni Into a hot spring. That boiled them; and, gen tlemen, Ihey were the finest boiled mackerel you ever tasted. I thought about sending some home to the folks, but" There was a sudden interruption and six strong men took the nature faker outside and ducked him in the horse trough. Chicago Daily News. The Rude Girl. " wish tuniii'ilini'H that 1 could fly And soar through the nlr." So quoth the i allow dude. Then wahl the nmldrn rude: ...

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. — 9 May 1908

SB i , m M THE HOUSE OF M A THOUSAND CANDLES Big Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON KB Author ol "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA H DANEION." Elc. H uprrlght lw ! Uublis-Manlll 1 H CHAPTER XXII. Continued. H Hlic swung the lantorn at aim' H length bael and forth ho llial Its ruyH B at every forward motion Btruok my U I sir like a lil'iw H "It Isn't cxnctly phUUl In this rav- H orn. Unless von wish to nun mi OYST H to the lord li i : -li executioner, I will bid H yon good night." H "Bui the Infamy of thin of eomfni H In l to h y upon mo- -to help my H enemy - tin' mnn who Is seeking plun H dor doesn't seem to trouble yon." H "No. Not a particle! " she replied H quietly, and then, with an Impudent H u i n . "Oh, no'" she held Up Ihi' lantern M to look at the wlrk. "I'm really disap- B pointed to llnd that you were a little ahead of me. Squire (ilenarm. I didn't give you credit for bo much persevcr- Bl anre. Hut If you have the notes " ' I In' mile ' Ho told you there were M notes, did he? The coward sent ...

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 May 1908

GEORGIA BRAND OF LOVE. Mr. Sander Makes Declaration at to His Position. 'W "Gl' me the kind of love we hare Id Georgy, whar the gal knows she's not a lover ef she gits a stick of red streaked randy by the hand of a mes C. senger though I're know'd a stick of pcpprmlnt candy to break up a match, bekaze the feller didn't have sense enough to send a thrlp' wuth of lemon draps," Mr. Sanders concluded. "I never Bee a feller in lore but what I want to tell him for to keep tit.s hands off'n the door knob, an' I never see a gnl looking kinder sticky around the mouth but what I wanter say: 'Good luck, honey! Come an' buss your Uncle Hilly!' I wish 'em all well, an' I'm allcrs glad when a gal gits a beau-lover. It keeps the world a-movln', an' helps civilization along. Hard work an' a weak stomach has kept me outn the rush, but thar alnt a lover In the wide world that kin run away from my blessln'." Joel Chandler Harris, In Uncle Remus' Magazine. He Wanted Pie. William J. Ryan, president of t...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 May 1908

H9 THK GARLAND (J LOBE jgjjg THE GARLAND GLOBE fSffJcj INDEPENDENT. lffc!y I "A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr gB Telephone No 52 Red! JKff (fi war tr Wratt's Bntelwrahop.) QVX Enrad second-claim mttr February IT, I TSuI KM. at th pout ofllcs at Garland, Huh. undr ' rMiRR tha Act of Cona-nM of March I. 1ST. py'i-ST Subscriber, who full to receive their iTji paper regularly, please n.llfy this office IrfjSS Saturday, May 9, 1908. B ITEMS OF INTEREST. 01 J. A. Rostan was In town m few days HH this week. jH hI D May field returned Monday from B a trip to Nebraska. H Head our "WanUd" and "For Hale" column on 1st page. H Stenographer J. T' Davto waa In Salt H Lake on business Sunday. H Mm. A. E Hmlth haa been on the nick list a few days this week. 1 Mrs V Jensen of Mantua, la visiting relatives in town this week, H Clarence May field of Karmington is H here for the summer MM, B Engineer J. 0. IVheelnn returned Tue- H day from a business trip to the state H Mlsa Mlliu May of Honeyville was th...

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 May 1908

WWW cr.ecTo.e.V,-You cannot.,. HHlf A TW A TT aW W I J (onl (k. ynur tm EM m W k I B fl H fl B & BJ Envslopwi. Carts. Wan 1 V v.iur n.m.' to out fjj pSWnj PJM M fM sSr H W I 1 H I H H BrkV """ llknH m rH ! m vm 1 m I v W I M II tthi.nflk-.-sn.i-n.ti.fyyuI BH H VM aHSTM Hm SVMfll I B aW ?M W V D wonts ndirun,nt..tliftc!l.. ifijjfH DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY j Vol.3. No. 15. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 16,1905 fl Victory for Garland. Garland's stalwart nine dealt out de feat to Colllnston's cracker-Jack team at the City park Wednesday afternoou In , ono of the but games ever wltuesscd on i the diamond. The game wag full of ginger from first to last and the attend ance whi very good. A. lenseu, for Oar land, pitched No. 1 hall and his support was excllent. Colllnston'g nine did splendid work, hut Garland was to many for them and had It not been for one costly error on third, Collinston'ii nine would have only made one run. Con ...

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 May 1908

19 fig The Garland Globe ; jjPSr Publlihed Every Saturday at RfcK OARLAND ...- UTAH PNdQ Terma of Subscription: JkB One year (In advance) II. 60 flJ Six months 7 ,Tip.l Three months 60 (.ii (rf Advertising rates furnished on appll- ttwjj eatlon. HB j. a. Wlxom Editor and Manager I TOWNS UNDER I MARTIAL LAW ggggga H Warfare in the Tobacco District of H Ohio Reaches Stage Where iH Soldiers are Needed. H 'Threats Made to Burn Towns Leads H to Request on Governor for Troopa H by the Long Suffering Resl- H dents of That District. M Oohuntma, 0 Thrnata to imm the towns of Aberdeen and rllcglniport, H emanating from unknown sources, M but rtraltlni from Um bitter warfare H n th, hurley tobacco district of Ohio H and Kentucky, arc luregly respoirslble ifl tor an order Issued by Governor liar H ria to Adjutant General Crttehtabl to H dispatch troopa to the towim man- H tionci Tba raquaal for troopa was H made a) Sheriff Perry A. Kendall of H llrown county, who was here In con H ferenre with ...

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 May 1908

H h & ., "' , w Jfc i J ST now there Is no more important l iK't ton before t tic Am ilean public than Hie general Improvement of tin' highways tO till' standard of twentieth century re quirements. Tho volume of traffic over ilii' public highways Is aqua to or ox nods tliat of all thf railways. The food products of the world pass ovi'r these roads to reach the market. Hail roads g5 iiitri i !- wiiii the regular distribution ftfAMaJ r these products, resulting In an erratic jwl. and Inconstant supply for a fixed and Jvj) regular dsmand, "v"' Had roads have necessitated the pnu tire of rushing the crops to market all in a heap; taking but two or three months Instead of spreading this delivery over six to ten months, Bcien tlflcally, farm products should be moved from producer to consumer .is they are needed for consumption, but the farmer win Bud the mads in the winter and prlng had and at times practically Impassable, and for this very reason he hurries his grain to market as soo...

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 May 1908

aaaaaaaaflaaaaaaaH KS The Garland Globe jdga Published Every Saturday at J-yS3 tJAHUAND UTAH, TyJ'uiTw'' Terma of Subecrlptlon: "Vt; Ofta yaar (In advanrn) $1.68 lSJmHMR Blx montha 76 BflHHf sTfcfW montha 60 pNHH AdrartlaltiE ratna furntahed on as- Sggl Hcatlon. HBaH Bntared aa afcond-rlaFi mattaf IgBSaH Ffcbruary 17, 190C. at t li- poatofflrn at H Garland. Utah, under tho Act of Con- H graea of March H 4. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H O. .S L. TIME TABLE 1 Punnrr No. 32 Paaing; r No. 81 H aoIITII HOUND NORTH BOUND H X.T MU.I a m Ilrigliam :10 p m Lt Garlaml r r a m I.t 6:20 p m liT Trtmont 47 am Lt Trrmont 8:45 p m H Lw Corlnna Ml am I.t Garland 1:60 p m H At Brig-ham 9:40 am Ar Malad :10 p m ( Connarta Willi Carha Omiacta with Carho IlilllllW Vallry train No. 12 fur Vallry traoi No II from H 0danenil S.H I.l. Oadan and Salt Laka. H MIXED TRAIN. H North Hound. H Leaves i;Wti 8:20 a, m. 1 Briffham., ..9:55 '" H Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H Tremont. .. 10:53 a. m. B Garland .. 11:...

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 May 1908

. BARN PLAN. Round Type of Building Hat Advnn tagea Over Other Form, m The day Ik past when wc can af- 'ord to lie without ample barn room lor all llvo stork. The present prices it feed prohibit the old wire fence f (heller, and the prices of lumber will ( lever be less, and now they prohibit the old hi vie of haphazard building, navlng a building for each kind of Mock and then most of ihe feed out side ami the water from two to 20 j rods from ihe barns This Is an era nf concentration, and nothing can fa cllltale the Intensive style of farming I and concentrate a man's energies to his life work on a farm like a com modious, comfortable barn Personally, says a wilier In Wallace's Farmer, I would not build a barn without a silo, nor would I advise any one else to do so. us the barn and Its proper use Is the mainstay of our calling, as soon er or laler we must all come to the kMping of live stock to consume the greater share of our crops and then carefully save and apply the manure mad...

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 May 1908

, , i A. I STORV Hi I ll THE HOUSE OF! I A THOUSAND I CANDLES ljr By MEREDITH NICHOLSON 9 Anhor .1 "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZFIDA BE UAMr.lON." lie. H ' ,iyriv''l MSI SJ i l,lia lerrtll ' M CHAPTER XXIII. Continued. B "Trj ii gain," I heard Lexrj i"1 U monisM ti i tn. "trj th.it once more, and B Tin- Soil. Ood bleu ll! will never feel PJ the delicate Imprint f four web-feel H id' turned the man About and HJ n i . 1 1 i htm toward the houae, the re H vohri -mi ervlng aa a prod Hli Bl flisin tare hearl to the war) Int BJ Immediately behind him and two fel BJ lows, urged sad led bj Morgan, BH aharged our line al a imarl pace BM "Holt for tin- front door," I called BJ to Larry, and Btoddard and i cloaed BB in after him to guard bla retreat, BB "Tiicv ra not hooting," called Btod- BB danl. "You may in' sure they've had BB their orderi to capture the bouae with BB aa liuii' row as poaalble." BB We vara now hearing the edge of BB; thn wood, with the open meadow and BB water tower at our backa, 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. — 16 May 1908

aaBBBBBi TWC BEAUTY OF ANY WOMAN I enhanced by fhe judlcloue uu of jewel for adornment We neve beeutiful Jewel of all kind, from ineapeneive, tasty llttl ' "' thing up to th very eapenalve diamond clualer alee. All ronbl In price 4 SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. I CHILD, COLE CO. I 9 BROKERS & SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE H Our facilities for handling H your account unaxccllod. ffl Wo make liberal advance S on all Utah Stocks. Ii 100 AtU Block. Salt LakClty. Shopping by mail with the F. J. Hill Drug Co., "The Never-Substitu-iors," Salt Lake City, assures you of good service and just what you write for. A Strong Point Againat Him. "You say you have known thin de fendant for many years?" "Yes, ever since he wan a boy." "Do you consider him to be of sound mind?" "Wall, 1 don't want to say anything BKninRt him If ll Isn't necessary." "Rut you aro under oath to speak the truth. Uave you ever observed In hlH actions anything that would lead you to the belief he was weak men tally?" "He married the d...

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 May 1908

BE THE GARLAND GLOBE l KB THE GARLAND GLOBE KB INDEPENDENT. JH ( A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mnpr. :3k! Telephone No 52 Red Sjtj.4 (Formerly Wvatt's Butclwr Shop.) jEc" Entrd as sMond-rlaM matur Khrury 17. B3PS ". ' '" P"1 mc' at Oartand. Utah, under SE the Act of Congress of March . I UTS. ? subscribers who fail i receive tbalt lVvj paper regularly, please notify this office jfcS Saturday, May 16, 1908. B ITEMS OF INTEREST. jH Qotlcy Miller M in Wlllard City Siin- M !.. K. Oorbttt apart Sunday in Kami- M K. I). W. Illnir apart h few Ihv(i In H Hrlghatn 1 In- week. H Ratd Ml " Wanted" and "For Hale" H id hi nin ou 1st pftgn. H H. C. Cutler returned Monday cven- H Ing fnnii a trip to Prove.. H A. P. Peterson "I Hnlbrook, Idaho. H mi In town ou business Monday. H Mr. and Mm. Joseph .lenaen drove H over lo linrlniMi City Thursday . M H. Rrlilcuhccacr, of Hlter Bros Drag H Co., was hu Ogdeii visitor Sunday. W. L.Orover and William Clay ton were H Salt Lake visitor Sunday mill Monday H Miss ...

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 May 1908

rs5r- npifl? r ADI A Wft PI ADIT '"'m-psB I ssss 1 fit VjAIvLflTLllLI VIIvIDJl sasa DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY WM -, , .. i. . ; . .. - . , , .,,. . . . , , . H Vol.3. No. 16. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 23,1905 H . MILa BaaaaH C OMJN 0 Best Base Ball Contest of the Season. An enthusiastic, spectacular produc tion of genuine lcaguo ball tossing I booked to take place at tbe Garland City park base ball ground In the near future. Watch for the date The condltlou of the content are aa follows: Ball player to be clad In overalls and Jumpers. Oame to bo played for 120 a side and the gate receipts to be divided 50 to the winners and 80 to the looscrs. Hon. II. Kowler Is to be the umpire. .1. F. Owens Is to pitch 6 inn Injs, J. Y. Rich, Innings, Tom Udy I and Kph Coombs 8. Any fellow on the line up below who refuses to play must pay a forfeit of 11,000. The Line-up: ONE BIDE THE OTHER J Y Hlch J F Owens Tom Udy Eph Coombs Sam Jcnsru Jo...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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