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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 6 June 1908

B 1 , BE i i - ; i- j ; 1 ? f I :: PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT i H lg - - , ;. j- ;. 9 A RISING CONGRESSMAN 'flhS 9 " John Joseph Fitzgerald, or "Fltzlo," as he is 3r? JKJ- feew known nnmnii those wlio enjoy hi friendship, la rs'il -jV' " ono congressman who Ik making a name for him- 'SwZ'' tSfw A "'" ln ""' l,,',',,'nt allf k1 "do nothlnR" session. Mfflfo WrJv ' $i .lohn -l ' i li is a member of the minority and a HH H a,i .'ifflH loyal follower of .lohn Sharp Wllllama, hence ho Is EH jRS jSlfffiH rfitfjlitil '" 'lis ' '111"'1' In those closing days of the hos kH (Sb nCr ' Kt-y slon, when John Sharp Ih making campaign mate- ! lUH 1 M lj I rial for (ho Democracy. HjjjV ' - "BSw'- John Joseph Ih gradually, hut surely, working SHU r I riVwSBKViH nls u,iV '" h-aderphlp on tin. Democratic side BH I AB jljSjjul W'lil lo Congressman De Armond of Missouri Is H V "'o "ian "ion whom will descend the mantle of I H J-' -; MtmJkg'mF John Sharp Williams when the iHtter goeH to H iL I Tnkk take the Henat...

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. — 6 June 1908

B MR. DOOLEV ON FUNERALS. Joyous Occasion In City Boy's Life, According to Humorist. "Whin I was a little boy. I classed " fun'rals among th' Rrentesl Iv me art- ventures. They Rive me a ride In a hack through parts Iv town that I'd ' nlvnr seen befuie an' out Into th' counthry where I nlver wlnt except I was Invited to a fun'ral an' I had Jovyal company an' somethlnK to eat different fr'm what I got at home. l.onkln bark on how I felt whin I was a kid, I can't remember that anny dis tant relation mtide hlmnllf unpopular with us by dyln'. Even If I wasn't let go to a fun'ral there was something exciting about It. It stirred up th' neighborhood. There was something to talk about. Ivrybody asked: 'Did he leave annything?' as If th' poor man was a burglar or a Are. People got out their gooa clothes an' dusted off their high hats. On th' day Iv th' fun'ral all th' chlldher Iv th' neighbor hood gathered around th' house an' envied their little playmates that had th' luck to lose a fond p...

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. — 6 June 1908

W THE GARLAND GLOBE Hi HE THE GARLAND GLOBE Wte INDEPENDENT. JmK I A. WlXOM, . . Kdltor and Mngl E5 Telephone No 52 Red lllfc (Fiinaarty Wvatt's BatchwHhop.) BB BJntarad u aaonn.l-rla. matter rakruary 17. FMu tM. at Um poat STI at Uarlan.l. Utah, under raS th.. Art of Onsraaa of March . 1X79 ilSa' Subscribers who fall to receive their Cuji3 paper regulsrly, please notify tliln oflli un S.i urday, June 6 1908 W ITEMS OF INTEREST. fl Htske Quarterly Conference today and H tomorrow. B Head our "Wanted" and "For Hale" H column on 1st paga. H Th' Misses Sanili and Ada Fowlci H apcot Decoration Day lu Gorlnne. H Win. Clayton of Stone, Idaho, spent H the fore part of ihla week in town. H Ueo. Meldrutn of Tromont has a fine H stock of Wall Paper on hand. It H L. E. Deuel, pedagogue of Snowvlllc, was In Oarland on business Tuesday. H SNAP -Porter's I 'm 1 hi. d Hnpid M Wrench only 91.00 At Uoothc's. JO BU Miss Nettle Hawks was visiting re- B latives In iirlghani a few days this week. H Wall ...

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. — 13 June 1908

H issTHE GARLAND GLOBE "sm I DEVOTED TO THE rNTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vo1- 3- No- l!- Published ol Garlnmi, Htm,, Saturday, June 13, 1908 I THE GLORIOUS Fourth of July WILL BE FITTIiNGhY CELEBRATED IN GARLAND. Cannonading, Fireworks, Music Pr o gram, Oration, Parades, Bail Games, Sports, Horse Races, Big Crackers, Little Crackers and a Vhoop'er Up Time is in Store (or Everybody and Everybody in the Great Bear River Valley and the State of Utah, Including New York, Chicago, Washington, D. C and San Francisco are Cor dially Invited to "JOIN IN A THE GRAND CELEBRA, TION. X X X X , k wall attended and enthusiastic mass j meeting of thu c1tlr.cn of Oarlaad was held at the hall Wednesday evening and all preseat unanimously agreed to work like trojans for ona of the BEST, LARGEST and MOST SUCCESSFUL CBLKRRATI0N8 of July 4th this city or the Bear River Valley has aver had. Mayor J. 0. Wheelon was chosen chairman of the meeting with D. B. Foulger as secretary. Mo...

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. — 13 June 1908

H . -, A B The Garland Globe HK Published Every Saturday at HK GARLAND .... UTAH WH Terms of Subscription: Igftl One yi-:, i (in advance) fl.60 Wag Six months 7S Three months SO njS Advertising rates furnished on nppll- Kw n(lon. BS?J J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I 1110 DEMIICMirS Nit TWO SETS OF DELEGATES H Anti Dubois Force Bolt the Conven- H tlon and Select Representatives H to Go to the Denver Convention. H Twin FttllH. Idaho Two conven- H tlons of DmoMltl worn held In this H city on Wotnosilay. nnd two sets of H delegates were selerted to represent H Idaho at the Denver convention. It H is now up to the national committee H ns to which faction will he recognized H it the natlonnl convention H The trouble began when Glen P. H McKlnley MM choHen temporary M 1 1 .-1 1 1 man by a clone olc When Mr. H McKlnley was Introduced M chalr- H man. the i pin occurred, a number of H the delegates gathering around the H defeated candidate. Judge Perky, of H Ada county, and bewail to organiz...

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. — 13 June 1908

L-L-L-9 H i QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-NA. &. 93 K$''f 'MISS JULIA MARLOWE. am glad to write my endorse' ment of the great remedy, Peruna. I do so most heartily. "Julia Marlowe. Any remedy that benefits digestion strengthens the nerves. The nerve centers require nutrition. If the digestion is Impaired, the nerve centers become anemic, and nervous debility is the result. Peruna Is not a nervine nor a I stimulant. It benefits the nerves J by benefiting digestion. I i mm i j Peruna frees the stomach of ca tarrhal congestions and normal diges tion is the result. In other words, Peruna goes to the bottom of the whole difficulty, when , the disagreeable symptoms disappear. f Mrs. J. C. Jamison, Wallace, Cal., writes: "I was troubled with my stomach for six yenrs. Was treated by three doctors. They said thot I had nervous dyspepsia. I was put on a liquid diet (or three months. "I Improved under the treatment, but as soon as I stopped taking the medicine, J got bad again. "I saw a...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 June 1908

4 B! The Garland Globe SK Pub 1 1 ah ad Every Saturday at Kjj SaARLAND UTAH. galftSj Ttrma of Subfcrlption: 58 On yasr (In advance) $180 MBit Biz month" TS TOo-S MafSBJ inontha BO u gjj AdTartlsIng rataa furnlahed on SB fife gtlCSiton JK Itatered rta tcrcnil flan mattSf BS Fabruan 17. 1906. at the pngtofflce at Hgsgf Oarlsad. Utah, under the Act of Con- BH grssa f March I. 1179. flM 4, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Managar ajajas aapa ma. 1 i-mj H O. .S L. TIME TABLE H FuHnnr No. S3 Paaaangar No. II H MM bound- -noaTH bound m Vi Malad 7:30 am Lt Brig-ham 6:10 p m B Lt OarUnd 1:42 a m I. Corlnna :20 p m H Ivt Tramont 1:47 am !. Tramont 6:45 p m B In Oarlaaa 17 am Lt Garland 1:60 p m H Ax Brtcham 1 40 am Ar afalad 1:10 p m 1 Conaaeta with Caoha Connacta with Carha I Valley train No. 12 for Vallay train No 11 from BBBBB Omlaa aad 8alt Laka. 0(Hn and Salt Laka. MIXED TRAIN. H North Hound. H Leaves Ogderj 8:20a.m. H Brigham.. ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne. .. .10:10 a. m. H N Tremoat. . .10:5a a. 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. — 13 June 1908

. I ml-Sl MA 0 MmM T 4 m T lfk$Ar u IN THE NEGLIGEES DAINTY MATERIALS EFFECTIVE LY MADE UP. For Occasions Not Requiring Formal ity These Garments Are Indispens able Loose Sack of Flowered Dimity as an Example. Perhaps there is nothing more Im portant In a bible's trousseau than the MtJlMI thoge fascinating gar ments that dainty brides may wear about llu'lr rooms when receiving Jacket in Two Pieces. their most Intimate friends those who need not be entertained In state. Hut a negligee to be proper and at tractive ntWl not he larking In shape and must not look as though It was Just flung on any way. A loose sucquc Is made of flowered a NOVELTIES IN SOFT SCARF8. Exquisitely Pretty Effects Formed of Light Colors. It sei-iiiH as though there will never be an end to the novelties In scarfs and motor veils that are being Intro "" dUOBd almost every day, all of which goes to prove that soft, delicately col- ored scarfs and wide chiffon and net motor veils, If anything, Increase In popularit...

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. — 13 June 1908

Ha HI QSTORYP i THE HOUSE OF I m A THOUSAND 1 CANDLES jJK B7 MEREDITH NICHOLSON H """ "THE MAIN CHANCE." M HA H DAMMON." Elc. BV opyrlfM 1906 by Uol.ttt-MnrrUI to CHAPTER XXVII. Continued.. H Tht'ii the) wen' Hili'iil mid I heard Hi Mm fulilely striking a match, when H suddenly the hinteni Tell. Its wires Hi rattling as it struck the ground, and BB the ' w" exclaimed with renewed mei BBJ rlnieiit upon their misfortune Hi "K you will allow me!" I called out, Hi fumbling in my pocket for my own Hi matchbox. Hi 1 have Rometiines thought that BBJ there Ik really wimi' sort of decent BBJ conrteay to EM, An old man caught In BBJ a rough path that wax none too good Hj t best' And a girl, even though my Hi enemy! Hut these were not, I fancy. Hi the reflectlotiH that crossed my mind BBJ ' ""' moment. BBJ "Ah, It's .lack." exclaimed my grand- BBJ father. "Marian wait allowing me the Hi the wa' 'be gate and our light went Hi Hi "MIkb Devereux." I murmured. I BBJ have, I hope, an Icy tone for p...

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. — 13 June 1908

1 I WHERE THE DANGER LAY. 3 Lletenera In Greater Peril Than Waa Ambltioua Muaiclan. -, There was never a more conscien tious yonnic man than Eben Smile, and when he found how much absorbed he. had becoma with the mere Idea of playing In the town band, he con sulted his minister. "Do you reck on I could give up all that time to music without falling from grace?" ha asked, anxiously. The good old Methodist had a Bar ing sense of humor. He saw that his parishioner was much distressed be- tween his wishes and his conscience, but the minister smiled on blm, never, theless "It's the horn you're asked to play, I hear." he said. "Kver had much ex perience with it. Eben?" "Never tried It but once, but I like the sound of It first-rate," aald the young man. "M'm!" said the minister. "Well, I think you needn't be afraid of falling from grace on account of it, but I do hope you'll manage things so your family and neighbors won't have to pass through the fiery temptation of hearing you practice ...

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. — 13 June 1908

H THE GARLAND GLOBE 1 I K THE OAKLAND QLOBt Eg MUBPWDIRT j J. A. Whom, . . Editor and Mnirt jg Telephone No 52 Red iCS (FVrmfrljr Wratt'p Rnttlw SKs Mfcu EnUnd m aacond-rlaaa nvtt.r F.hroarr IT. BUB M(. t the r I'.artamt. Utah, tindar IXv Ik At of Conraa of March S. 1ST. E3 NulMK-rllirn who Ml to receive their nf papers tTjriilarly, please notify this office W Saturday, June 13 1908 B ITEMS OF INTEREST. jB Take In Wiedemann's lll Show today SB In Garland II HI W I. (Jrovei iv 1 lit to Sail l.akr yt-s- Mfl terday morning. H Dr. Wm. I.. Hich made h trip lo Hrig- HHJ ham I'll nr -'In HH Hec tin; Circus Wiedemann's I'.i: jHH Slum here today. It HHJ I. I'll Coombs was In ShIi l.nki on HHj liiinlni'-ts Thursday HHj Miss Untie I'rcsloti of Wcslon, Idaho, HHj " 111 Sunday 11 iii I Monday In Ihisrllv. H Miss Mai'i-n- Richards. Itllcir Hros.J HHj l.ady Clerk, returntd Sunday evening j HR1 from K two weeks' vltM In Kamiln'l"" I CHILDRENS MEDICINES HHJ should 1 .hip from a reliable source HH me...

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. — 20 June 1908

isiiTHE GARLAND GLOBE sss I "7 " !.- . - 1 . . . . - . . - . ! II. I . . - - . I. - I - I ---. .,.. .. ...J, . , . . . . . . , . , II I. I 1 II DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M Vol. 3. No. 20. Published of Garland, Won. Saturday, June 20, 1905 H June Weddings. DALTON-GROSS. MlM Eunice Amy 01 ton, the charm ing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Datton of FUldlng. Utah, became the bride of Mr. Frank F. Grose of thle city Thursday of this week. Minn Daltnn Is ono of Fielding's most popular young Indies and has many friends there and In this city . Mr. Gross Is ourpopulnrO. 8. L agent and Is an exemplary and highly respected young man. Mr. and Mrs. Gross left yesterday on a honey-moon trip to Is Angeles and the Coast. Before returning to thisclty they will rlalt Brunswick, Mo., Mr. Gross's f former home, Chicago and other eastern 'T flltUs. They will be at home to their many friends In this city after August 1, 1S0S. The Globe unites with their many f...

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. — 20 June 1908

I SB The Garland Globe jM Published Every Saturday at Hj? GARLAND UTAH Bjjfiit Terms of Subscription: Er3 One year (In advance) $l.f0 H 8lx months 7S W&& Three month B0 lVt Advertising rates furnished on appll- jufyf atlon. fe J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager MYSTERIOUS MM ROHM PUZZLES POSTAL OFFICIALS B Pouch Stolen Between Los Angeles M and Kansaa City Which Is Said M to Hsve Contained Over $50,000. M Los Angeles, (nl - It Is believed fiat the disappearance of a registered tall pouch somewhoro within tho Jur- diction of the Kansas City (Mo.) H sostofflce in .1 Saturday nlxht will H fcrove one of the biggest hauls In the H Ustory of tho postoffleo department. H From private sources It was learned M on Wednesday that a package of at M least $50,000 In currency was among B the contents of the pouch which car- M rlrcl, In addition an unusually lair" H number of letters and packages con- M talnlng money and other valuable to I an amount which can only be conjee- M ured, but which...

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. — 20 June 1908

FlICl Nation Reckless of wt Its Treasures Waste of Wood and Coal By DR. I. C. WHITE. Gaolotflat. Waal Virginia. f UKKAT geologist once said : "The tuitions that have coal and I r 1 iron will rule the world." Bountiful nature has dowered the J J American people with a heritage of both coal and iron richer rflK"l hy far than that of any other political division of the earth. flF What accounts ran we, as a nation, ic of our steward- I (bV I "hip of such vast fuel treasures? Have we carefully con uffllJ Berved them, using only what, was necessary in our domestio JJjUM nn,l industrial life, and transmitted the remainder like pru- KaMHBl dent husbandmen, unimpaired to sine ling generations? Or have we greatly depleted this priceless heritage of power and comfort and source of world wide influence, by criminal waste and wanton destruction? The answer should bring a blush of shame to every patriot ic American, for not content with destroying our magnificent foresta, the only fuel and supply...

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. — 20 June 1908

L A W The Garland Globe Qb Published Every Saturday at SB ARLAND UTAW. fmk Terma of Subscription: Hjg On rear (In advance) 11.60 Xjr Ki anontse Tl braf Three months BO MRp AeTartuing rataa furnished on af $l filiation. ;-?aSJ Bstaroit aa eeoond-alaas malts aj2 tXMHAry 17, 19041, at the poetofllce at ijH Oarlana. UUh. under tha Act of Oon- JlH cress a Marott I. 1171. BB t. A. Wlicam SaUter and Manager MMMMMMII I l H O. .8 L. TIME TABLE BBB haniw Ne. n Paaaenrer Ne. II BBfl -BOUTH BOI'Nn - -KOBTa BOUND BBS 1v at.Ia.l 1J0 em I.t Brig-hem 6 10 p at RBI Lt Oerlaml 1 42 em L CorlBne 6 to p m BBS t Trsawol 1:47 a m Lt Treaesai 1:41 p m BBBBJ Lt Oorlane 17 a m Lt Garland t:S0 p m BBBj At Brlabam :0 am Ar Ifalad 1:10 p m BBS Oeanerta with Ceehe Cenaeets wlih Caaba iaH slier train Ne. II for Valley train Ne 11 from BOB Cadea and Salt Lake. Oaden and Salt Lake. M MIXED TRAIN BBBB North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20a, no. H - Brigham.. ..9:35 . m- H M Corinne.... 10:10 a. m. H Tremont.. .10:5a 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. — 20 June 1908

i i H SUMMER COOL ROOM. Outdoor Cellar Which Can Be Eaelly and Cheaply Built. A simple method of constructing a cool, outdoor cellar In localities where the common house cellars are too warm for use during the summertime. Is shown In the accompanying sketch. It Is a cellar made under the pump, so that the water pumped by the windmill has a very cooling effect. In places where It Is difficult to obtain Ice, It will prove Indispensable to the dairyman who keeps a few cows. An other Important Item is the fact that a man does not And it necessary to Concrete Outdoor Cellar. pull up all of the pipes every time that he finds It necessary to repair the pipes and pump. It is constructed of concrete, says the Farm and Home. The top Is re-enforced with one-half-lnch steel rods placed one foot apart each way and the concrete Is about six Inches thick. The sides are made by using a form and the stairs ere also mad of concrete and are re-enforced by small steel rods. The cost, Includ ing the lab...

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. — 20 June 1908

I mn -- s : - E if rt I The I Princess I Elopes By HAROLD NcORATH flM Author f fll ' Tl Man on tha Boa," H..M. and Meaka." I.e. BJ (Copjrljbl, 1U6, Uobba -MarrI .1 Co.) H CHAPTER I. H It U rather difficult In these days fnr BJ a man who taken such ncant Interest HI In forelsn affairs trust a whilom BJ diplomat for that! to follow the con- Bl t lit iiiil geographical disturbances of IB European surfaces. Thus, I can not ! distinctly recall the exact location of Hm the Grand Duchy of Ilarschelt or of HJ the neighboring prlnclallty of DBB fll pelklnn. It meets my needs and pur fla poses, however, to say that Herlln and IB Vienna were easily accessible, and I that a three hours' Journey would IB bring you under the shadow of the HB Carpathian range, where. In my dlplo- I matlc days, I used often to hunt the IB "bear that walks like a man." IB Ilarschelt was known among her sis- Hfl ter states as "the meddler," the HB "maker of trouble," and the duke as HM "Old Qrumpy" llrummbar. To use ...

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. — 20 June 1908

ONI WOMAN' INDURANCfl. Southern Woman Suffers Tortur ! A Without Complaint. Racked and torn with terrlflc palna, , nightly annoyed by kidney irregular!- i ttlea, Mrs. A. 8. Payne, of 801 Tfllrd ave, So., Columbus, Miss., suffered for years. Sho aaya: "The pains In my back, sides and loins were so terrjbte that I I often smothered a I scream. Every move I meant agony. My rest was broken by a troublesome weaknesK and the e- ! cretlons seemed to burn like acid. I JM In an awful condition and doctors i did not seem to help me. Doan's Kid- i ney Pills benefitted me from the first i and soon made me a strong and j healthy woman." For sale by all dealers. 60 cent a I box. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HER DESTINATION IN DOUBT. Little Girl's Remark Not Complimen tary to Grandma. Ethel Is of the mature age of five. Rerently her grandmother concluded that It devolved on her to Instruct the child In religious matters. "You must be a good girl, Ethel." he Bald. "Then you will go to heaven ...

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. — 20 June 1908

HaH I H TUB GARLAND GLOHE H THE GARLAND GLOBE WS INDEPF.NDF.NT. IR J.A.Wixom, . . Kdltor and Mngr. gf Telephone No 52 Red XL H..rrori Wyatfa Butcher Bhop.) IsjE KnUred aa aaoonil-claM matter February 17. UbK (06, at th prt iifflc at Garland, Utah, undrr 3Sb the Act ot Cniurreu of March 3, 1879. fjlfihl Subscriber who fall to receive their P papers regularly, please notify this office Batl HE Saturday, June 20 1908 m ITEMS OF INTEREST. 3 J- F. Owens nWlllllO Sunday from BH Ogdcn. H Head our "Wanted" and "For Hale" H rolu in 11 on till page, H Kdltor .Tones of the Malail Telegram, V ipent Irs! Saturday sight-seeing In Gar H Normnn CrovUhcr of Lakctown, Utah, B III- . I a pnWM with i In- iiirland 1 Milling Co. fl Mlu Illrdlc Htoddart of Lchl, Is vlalt- H Ing In town the guest of box sister, Mrs. H In Taylor. H Mrs. W. H. Vanfleet returned Tuesday H evening from a trip to Hal' Lake and H Farnilngton. H Mr. and Mrs. Cruel Kose returned pj Monday from a visit to Farnilngton and H the stat...

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. — 27 June 1908

jBHifflEjGARLVNDGLOBE "8 I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I Vo1-3- No-21- Published at (H,rlond, Utah. Sotunlov, June 2?7l90 I - . H Ball Games. Today at tin- City park Wandamero's has ball tram plays a game wltli Gar land's sturdy nine that promlces to be a food one. Game called at 3 p. m. Tuesday, .Tune 30th, the Occidentals, Halt Lake's Colored team, In cominp to rroM bsts with the Garland boys. This time Uarlnnd Is coiner t turn the tables on them. I . . U out for a aplendld game. Married in Logan. The marriage of Mr. I Inns G. Johnscn and Mica Mcda Hansen was solemnized in the Logan temple Wednesday of this week. Mr. Johnscn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. .Tolinsen of Dcweyvllle and Is well and favorably known both there and In Kast Garland. Miss Hansen is the daughter of W. 8. Hansen of Fielding. Is one of the most popular young ladles of that place and ? Presldentof the Y. L.M. I. Assn. The young couple will be at home to their many frien...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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