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B THE GARLANDCITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH '
T " The Garland CSty GIob H INDEPENDENT M Publl3hodVookly H J. A. Wlxom Publisher B Bell 'phono .... No. 52 H j Terms of Stteicription: M . One year (In advance) $2.00 H J Six months .... $1.00 H , . J Threo months .... GOc (Entered ub second-class matter, February 10, 1906, at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con- H grss of March 3, 1879. H j """ . Subscribers who fail to receive their papers H ' ' ' regularly, please notify this office. THURSDAY SEPT. 19th, 1918 ' H " ' " - - , Utah Indus- I trial Review H o H Pacific Coast Manufacturer and H Industrial News Bureau 1 Eureka Apex Standard Co., H to start sinking shaft 1 Ogdcn Improvements made H at plant of Utah Cereal FoodCo., M in order to increase capacity for H war purposes. H Salt Lalcc Construction on H now Pantages theatre to start H Salt Lake Loss of natlvo H trout from Fish Lako will bo pre- H vented by tho construction of a H concrete outlet between- Mud H lake and the Johnson reservoir. H Salt Lako Utah and Idaho H will produce 30,000,000 bushels H ' of wheat this season. Of this, H Idaho will produce 22,000,000 H and Utah 8,000,000 bushels. H Profit making and proflteer- H,i ing are two very different and, M i contrary ideas. Tho first must 1 be encouraged as definitely n3 H latter must bo suppressed. War H taxation should bo bnsed on H same distinction. H Gold Hill Discovery of ore H carrying molybdenite and schec- H llto made In tho Bhaft of the Yel- H low Hammer mlno of tho Wcst- H orn Utah Copper company. H Fish Springs Now 200-ton B mill of Utah Mlno Co. will bo in H operation soon. H Utah Oil Refinery is now tum- H lng out each month about 1,000 H barrels of grease, 1,000,000 gal- H Ions of gasoline, 250,000 gallons H of kerosene and 250,000 gallons H H Production of Portland cc- H ment in Utah in 1917 amounted H to 920-.730 barerls. H Tho question Is, arc labor un- H ions more powerful than tho H "Union"? Aro exempted work- H men, receiving double and treble H pay over old rates, to be further H pampered at expenso of boys on M firing lino? M Vergin City Dixie Oil Co., H preparing to drill well No G. H Utah county peach crop estl- H mateed to be 80 per cent of last H year's output H More sugar can bo had for H next year, 'but will requler H' prompt and broad-visinocd ac- H - tlon by the Sugar Equalization H Board to make possible an ln- H creased domestic supply. H 6,000. acres of Tooele county H are to be developed by Utah H Grain Grower's corpoatrion. H Salt Lake Now recontsruc- H tlon hospital at Ft Dougals will H be opened with 1,300 beds. M Later capacity of 3,500 beds will H bo reached. H Utah flour mills aro loaded H with flour In excess of tho de- H mands of tho West which can- H not bo moved to tho European H. market because of tho recent H: government order prohibiting H L . the shipment of wheat to foreign K- -' 'ports in flour form. H . State of Utah will collect closo H to $989,000 from mining taxes J in November. Net proceeds of Hf UtahTnines in 1917 totaleld $32,- Hi 959,960, as compared with $33,- 204,411 in 1916. 1 v Increased Utility rates aro an H every day occurance. The pub. lie realizes that increases aro necessary and little complaint Is heard. Beaver City Beaver Bottoms Development Co. organized to further development of that rich section of agricultural lands. Salt Lake Descret Museum to move to a now structure which is practically completed. Metal production of Utah In 1917 reached high value of $99, 328,000., Production affected by sovero winter weather, higher costs, and shortage of labor. The prices of metals, except silver, were lower than In 1916. Salt Lako county's production In 1917 is 75 per cent of total. Road building and street Im provement throughout country passes under federal control for war under regulations issued federal highways council. Gary Motor Truck Co. of Gary, Indiana, aro shipping Motor Trucks from factory to bonded warehouses in principal Western cities to hold In reserve for reshipment and drive away delivery during busy seasons when railroads aro overtaxed and freight cars unobtainable. Salt Lako Peruvian Concoli dntcd Mining Co. to build oro tram nt Alta mine. Will bo 4000 feet long nnl cost $15,000; has opened threo largo faces ore. Shipments of coal from south ern Wyoming for week ending August 17 aggregated 2436 cars, while shipments from Utah were 2121 cars, which was an In crease over shipments of pre vious week. Government to ship wheat direct to Europo from grain fields of Utah In bulk. To increaso coal production, twenty-eight producing mana gers have been appointed by U. S. fuel administration, with Thomas Sneddon as manager for Utah and southern Wyom ing. Will try especially to make workers in coal centcrcs realize necessity for increased fuel ton nage as a part of the war pro gram. 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BRIGHAM CITY, UTAH CLLiB Billiard w h w p Ha Billiards, -Soft Drinks, Cigars Cigsrettts and Tobacco A pleusuut place to, spend your leisure hours. A Resort for the People MANAUSA BLOCK Garland, ... 'Utah Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired Coombs & Persson Company TUB CLOTHIERS f . ; Your liQ(y II DRAWSI INTEREST H V When it is in the sav-! !'ings department of this j bank. i I i ! It earns nothing when j carried in your pock-1 jets. i i i ! Open an Account ! TO-DAY I ' ! ; The Bank of Garland I ; F0CH, MARSHAL OF FRANCE, AND GEN. PERSHING dp" tL ffiJKfcjy,y''yi?aBs gtswCjWsfr SjWaaWtstysBaawL Sgaaaal vJ'iw i iAjfW?Wtfc ?fcnaM& .aaaaa L.sBssx't t ' I rVBHaaaaaasVi. sw I lsff'YtesiLJ r t TTriLTMyH mr MsL9VlaBBBBMBaBHafttXt flaaV i ts9BnaHifl raEVHflnH VTsF tBt f 5tP vlaBBsHsOfav SsssVBaVHifeawKsl "At the hour when the enomy counted upon imposing a German peace upon ub, General Focli and his admirable troops vanquished hlra." These were tho words with which Premier Clemenceau, the "Tiger of France" accompanied the bestowal upon General Foch of the ancient and honorablo title of Marshal of France in recognition of tho halting of the German drive by tho allied chief commander. All the world knows of tho gallant conduct of American troops, distributed along the firing Hue under the ordors of General Pershing, in the great battles which ended tho Hun ndvanca. T Tho noxt Gorman drive will be toward the Ilhlno. YOU can have a share in it by buying Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds. " " I . .... . - V I nm here and will be in Gar land a few days each week, prepared to do any kind ( of Hnrness RepairhiR or Oilitu? Bring iu your old harness, sad dle, etc. nnd let mo repair thtun SIDNDY B1DDLE, It adv Huruess Maker 6 Months Front Line Duty Gives Gold Sleeve Bar Badge of Honorable Service at Home Is Fourth Liberty Loan Button General Ordors, No, G3, recently Is sued by tho War Department In Wash Ington, provide: "A gold chovron to bo worn on tho lower lirtlf of tho loft sleove by each officer, Hold clerk nnd cnllstod mnn who 1ms served six months In a thentro of operations dur ing the presont war ." A war sorvlco badge bospeaklng nctlve participation In tho conflict abroad, Whnt pride tho wearer will feol, in that llttlo plcco of adornment, ' of .standard material nnd desrxn"! To tho onlookers, what honors will It suggest; what cndtirnnco and valor.! War service badges am not to bo confined to tho Army and Navy alone. Tho great numbers of tlioso who stay at homo may bbvo a bndgo of scrvlco and distinction. With tho issuing of tho Fourth Liberty Loan button thcro becomes nvnllablo for every loyal American a mark of wnr sorvlco, n badge of honor for war woik woll done. Buy A-5p Wear Boad KMM This Today fly BuTTori Every 8lcker Trips a Whaekerl Every Dollar Makes the Kalcer Holler! Money to Loan Special Ss Shumway & Evans Garland, ... Utah Garland Billiard & Soft Drink Parlor EPE COOMBS, Prop, Pocket Billiards. Soft Drinks. Candy, Cipars and Tobacco. A Resort for Gentlemen j The IVIoline Universal Tractor POTTER BROS., Agents, GARLAND, UTAH ' ... . i. i i - am r i i i ? ' i ! '",? " ' ' ""' ' ' 1 ' Garrett & Richards ....Dealers in.... Fresh and Cured Meats, Green, Staple and Fancy Groceries Always on Hand I DELIVERY AND COLD STORAGE A Few Things We Buy: Beef, Pork, Veal, -Mutton, Poultry, Wool. Pelts. Hides and Produce WE MEET ALL COMPETITION Both Phones rR3,.70;A;I Garland, Utah X Thirty-three cents on every dollar saved that's mighty good Interest' on your fuel money. You can realize this remarkable percent of profit and more with Cole's Original. Hot Blast Heater In yourhome Cole's patented Air-Tlghtcon-struction prevents the escape of the valuable gas part of the fuel up the chimney Cole's Hot Blast Com bustion saves and turns this gas half Into heat for your home. Don't wait longer place Cole's in your home today. $9k Hyrum Jensen, J Furniture & Hardware GARLAND, ffl UTAH) . ttT IS tremendously Important in these days of stress that the publio be - l ?., ' ' I given good telephone service. It is vital to the Government's prog. ress. The responsibility for telephone faoilitles rests with the company; but ' ( '.- the publio has a partnership in the responsibility for good telephone service. ' There are three human factors involved in a telephone call, represented I .- by the person calling, the operator and the person called. The quality of the , ' service depends upon the cooporatloirof all threo, 1 . ' The operator can make the connection but no words can be heard at on , ! end of the line if they are not properly spoken into the transmitter at the other end of the line; if they are not spoken distinctly to an attentive listener. , Tho public can serve the servioe by answering promptly, speaking dl. tinctly into the transmitter, and listening attentively. ! . The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. j V- - Don't Forget Your W. S. S..Pledge 1 111 ' 'I"