H THE GARLAND CITY dJOBE, GARLAND. UTAH ,
H The Garland City Globe
M J, A, Wixom, Editor & Mgr.
S Bell 'phono - - - - No. 52.
M TEltMS OF SUUSOIUPTION :
H Ooo year (in ndvnuco), $1.50
B Six mouths .75
H Tlfroc months .50
M . -tf
H Entered ns second-class mat-
Hh tor, February 10, 190G, at tho
H post ollico ut Qnrlnud, Utah,
B under jo Act of Congress of
1 Mai'ca 3, 1870.
H Subscribers' who lail to re-
H coive their papers regularly,
please notify this office-.
H Thursday, November 15th, 1917
H The Red Cross
H Tuberculosis Campaign
H (Weekly Health Talk No. 40)
H (Frank W. LcClcrc, Utah Pub-
H lie Health Association)
H . The Red Cross is conducting a
H fjicat fight on tuberculosis
throughout the nation. Every
H Red Cross Chapter has received a
H Utter from the national licad-
quart of the Red Cross urging
H their full co-operation with the
P anti - tuberculosis organizations
H and explaining the relations be-
H tweeu these organizations and the
H Red Cross. This anti-tuberculosis
B work of the Red Cross is carried
H on tlirough the National Tubcr-
H culosis Association and its affilint-
H fd organizations, in t in state the
M Utah Public Health Association.
H The tuberculosis societies arc
m supported largely by the l'cd
M Cross Christmas Seals. These
H .seals were first published by the
H Red Cross in 1908. They originat-
m cd with Miss Emily P. Bisscll, a
B nurse of Wilmington, Delaware.
fl The Red Cross agreed to furnish
fl the seals and give the cause its
a moral uacKing ana general supcr-
B virion but delegated the manage-
H uient of the sales and the c.xpcndi-
H-" Utrc o(. the proceeds to the N'a-
- tlonal Tuberculosis Association
V and its affiliated state and local
B .societies. The Red Cross, how
m ever, defines the uses to which
H this money shall b put and an-
M :aial reports are made to it by the
H various bodies, showing how this
H money is expended and what is
fl being accomplished. A s'nall per-
M ccntagc of all the proceeds is paid
m into the treasury of the Red
M " Since the Red Cross Seals first
m appeared in 1008, more than five
H million dollars have been raised
H by their sale and devoted to this
M great work. Last year more than
M one million dollars was realized.
M This year the slogan adopted by
H the Red Cross and the Tubercu-
H losis Societies is, "You must buy
H three times as many this ycar,bc-
H cause war increases tuberculosis."
M Every Chapter and every member
M is urged by National headquart-
m ers to hel make this slogan an
H accomplished fact. With such a
H fund a magnificent drive against
H man's most dreaded enemy, the
M white plague, will be possible.
M . Senator Smoot's
m To Senator Reed Smoot, of
H Utah, the thanks of 300,000
M widows and their children and kin
fl arc due and will be given with a
m spontaneous earnestness that
m comes from the fullness of the
m heart. Senator Smoot, who is one
B of the most forceful and influ-
M ential men in the senate, went at
M this matter of increasing pensions
M ot civil war widows with an earn-
fl estness and determination that
M would not accept rebuff or fajl-
fl lire. lie has always been a real
M friend of the veterans and their
M widows, and they are tinder deep
M obligations to liini for his con-
m stant and effective services in the
H Section 314. That from and
M after the passage of this Act the
M rate of pension for a widow of an
M officer or enlisted man of the
m Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of
M the United States who served in
H the Civil War, the War with
H Spain, or the Philippine Insnr-
H rection, now on the pension roll
H or liereafter to be placed on the
H pension roll, and entitled to re-
H ccive a less rate than hereinafter
provided, shajl be $25 per. month;
and nothing herein shall be con
strued to affect the additional al
lowance provided by existing pen
sion laws on account of a helpless
child or child under sixteen years
of age: Provided, however, that
this Act shall not be so construed
as to reduce any pension under
any Act, public or private: And
providcd.furthcr, that the provis
ions of this section shall be ad
ministered, executed, and en
forced by the Commissioner of
Pensions. Passed by the Senate
and House of Representatives and
approved by the President.
October 6, 1917.
J. W. Spackman, who has
been ill with rheumatism for
some time, is not much improv
ed at this writing.
Mrs. James Wurdleigh and
children of Ogdou, are visiting
at the homo of Mrs. Wardleigh's
sister, Mrs. D. B. Marble.
Joseph lleusser visited Brig
ham City last Saturday, return
Asa Eggelstou, who has been
in Idaho for Homo time, is home
Mrs. Amasy liubby is visiting
her' sisters, Mrs. Geo. Dewey
aud Mrs. Cinda Watters.
Clara Chtdcster of Holbrook,
Idaho, is visiting relatives here.
The Relief Spciety will havoa
bazaar November 20th, '
J. L. nud Victor Burbauk
went to Weston, Idaho, Sunday
and returned Monday.
Some of our young ladies are
working at the canning factory
There are a few cases of chic
ken pox in our commuuity.
John Knudseu is still quite ill.
S. B. Nov. 11th.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
DEPARTMENT OF "THE IN
TERIOR. U. S. Land Office at
Salt Lake City, Utah,
October 31, 1917.
Notlco Is hereby given that
Minnie V. Korupkat, widow of
Edward Korupkar, deceascdvof
Loj'nn, Utah, who, on Decem
boi 28, 1911, made homestead
entry, Serial No. 09184, for Na
Section' G, Township 13 North,
Range 11 West, Salt Lake
Meridian, has filed notice of In
tention to make final three
year proof, to establish claim
to the land above described, be
fore the Clerk of tho District
Court, at Brlgham City, Utah,
on tho 15th day of December,
Claimant names as witnesses
Joseph R. Maxwell, of Kelton,
Utah; Alexander Campbell, of
Kelton, Utah; Arthur Bateson,
of Salt Lake City, Utah; Joseph
Featherstone, of Logan, Utah.
GOULD B. BLAKELY,
Artistic Commercial Printing
at the Globe office.
THE GLOBE $1.50 PER YEAR
, Dalmolive Coap
For the next two weeks
we will give free l bar
of PAL MO LIVE
Soap with every 25c
purchase of Palniolive
goods; 2 bars with each
50c purchase of these
Utah Industrial Review
(Continued from page 1)- ,
scouring plant at Salt Lake.
" First batch of 65,000 pounds
open-hearth steel poured at Mid
Eureka Zttma mine is now
equipped with electric light and
Ogden Coal now $7.25 per tph
at Ogden yards. Advance duetto
increase grafted fuel men and
miners by government. , '
National legislation permitting
j development of western water
I powers to fullcs extent would
save more coal and oil than all Ufd
conservation thedrics ever ad
vanced, and yet congress fails to
I act. .
: i '
Brigham City to have new light
Helper Utah Power & Light
Co. extending lines at this point,
to serve the shops of the D. & R.
G. R. R and Utah Railway com
panies.1 f ,
Ogden Holly Milling Co. plan
costing ?250,000 novy in opera
Ogden Apple crop hard hit by
early frosts. Farmers urged to
study planting crops next year so
as to harvest as near as possible
With' local help. '
Food administrators in the west
ern hect sugar producing states
arc receiving letters from farmers
urging that an effort be made to
import Mexicans, Japanese and
negroes next spring for the big
crop productions. They dcclare'7
almost to a man, that tinlcss.somc
such hope is given Ihcm, next
year's sugar crop will be de
creased instead of increased ovi
1917 returns. jh
Utah oil shale is attracting at
tention of outside capital. g
Tremonton Twenty rooms to
be added to Midland hotel. i
Springvilk Work on sidings)
and sugar factory starred here. &'
With unlimited supplies of wood
fuel in the forest reserves thc(e
is little excuse for a coal famine'.'
It J,s another illustration offlwO)
ish conservation policies, th0!
saves wood and water power td
bum coal and, oil.
Lynn Uig Sjx mine sending
cut gold bars of $300 to ?700 cachi
Owing 'to labor conditions lead
at ?8 is no more profitable than'
formerly at $5.50, and many lead'
mines arc shutting down. "
Farmer members of the Non!
Partisan .League are beginning to"'
ask what is being done with thtf
$16 fee. If 20,000 are enrolled!
$320,000 would build a lot of ele
vators and warehouses,
Pulverized limestone is a new'
D. Howell Jone Clm. E. Foxley
Jones & roxley
Counsellors at Law
Brigham City - Utah.
Industry. Annual demand over a
Salt Lake Exhaustive survey
to be made of phosphate fields in
Csalt Lake $50,000 syndicate to
be organized here to exploit
Wyoming oil fields. To be backed
by substantial interests.
With the e of every com- j
modity froi humble egg to
the monster Hive, advanced
from 50 to 4e'r cent, the 15
per cent advance in rates asked
by the railroads looks small.
x A flno sou arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oheck
etts of Norh Elwood Thursday
evening of tilts wpek.
B. T. Capenov of Salt Lake,
is hero to-day (Friday)
FOR SALE Two Frffih milk
cows. Garrett & Richards. Gar
land, Utah. lt-iidv
Gartett & Richards shipped to
Ogden ond Salt Luke one car of
cnttlo aud a mixed car of cat
tle and hogs from Malnd last
week. The hogs topped the
market for price. This week
the linn shipped out of Garland
'it ear of cattle uud hogs that
brought good prices.
Bishop L. II. Kennard's, place
In Uiveiside was the scene Qf
an exciting episods Thursday
when his cow walked down the
collar steps 'snd devoured and
.ruined a lot of apples, potatoes
and other vegetables, The
town folk turned out with ropes,
jblock aud tackle, etc., to hoist
tho cow from the cellar, but
while they were getting ready to
pull off tho "sub-mariue stunt,''
tho critter deliberately walked
back up the stepts with a look
that expiessed "Well, I guess
'you won't pull nouo of them
stunts off on me." If you don't
believe it, ask dim Biglcr.
....4Tr348,b. . M ;
J Notice For Publication' '
' Department of tho Interior,
U. S. Land Ofllco at Salt Lake
City, Utah. November Cth,
Notice Is hereby given that
Joseph Stopheiibon, of Fan
West, Weber County, Utuh.who,
on August 30th, 1912, made
.IIomcHteud Entry Serial No.
01047C, for H ia. Sec. 24.
Township 12 North, Range 7
West, Salt Lake Meridian, has
filed notice of Intention to make
five-year proof, to establish
claim to tho land above des
cribed, beforo tho Clerk of the
District Court, at Brigham, Ut
ah, on tho 10th day of Decem
Claimant names as witnesses:
Henry T. McEntire, of Farr
West, Utah; Moroni Chugg, of
Farr West, Utali; Clarence Ste
phenson, of Pocatello, Idaho,
Olena J. Homer, of Farr West,
GOULD B. BLAKELY,
Oregon Short Line
(Union Pacific System)
Ask October 27;
An November 24 and 27;
December 20, 2 2' and 24;
Limit, three months from
Agent . c;ate 0f sale.
Rates apply to Denver, Colorado
Details Springs, Pueblo, Omaha,. Kansas
City, St. Louis, Memphis, Chicago,
o8l nl5 dl3 Minneapolis and many other points
I You Owe It to Yourself
I to investigate most thoroughly before you build nuy
sort of structure.
I "SAFETV FIRST" is the way wo would put it. '
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I building for your particular needs, then I
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ERNEST JENSEN, Manager, Go i land, Utah,, . I
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