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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 November 1908

BR THK GARLAND CiLOBB BE3Jr i.i ! i r mil I Spr THE GARLAND globe jarjft J.A.VioM. . . Editor and Mogr Of Telephone No 52 Red YWju (l-'ormnrly WyiiU'n Butcher Shop.) HJPt' KnVTitl M mriiiiil -i'Iiihh mnlliT lYIimary 17, tt IBM, nt the limit iifHce t Garlanil. Ulnh, under jj the Art ! Oowr h "f Mrch :i. Itlt, itJyV Subscribers who full to receive their 'f,if' papers regiilsrir, ptoaM aotlfj tbl office afe Saturday i Nov. 21, 1908. jgB HEMS OF INTEREST. JffiT i;,,.l Wllsoo Lnrouot Co'o, ulgoffei B I'M I lilt !"),"' Kvfl Mi's Mabel Millar spent last ion jLH day wiiii relatives in Brtglutn, RBB Mb Llailo Praaton nt Woatoa, Idaho, B ipsa) a few dayi in town tbl nrook H Jatoaa Coomba or Fartnlngton spent H Sunday and Monday in thla city. RRV Mr-. Henrj P. Bwlnyard and dau- RRB Riitor cm iii' ni Logan iponl this weak RHH in RflH o. 1.. winii'is, manager of the C. RRfl W, & M. ('. apenl Bunday wiiii his RRH in RRfl FOR SALE Lateel Improved RRI Apply to .1. It. Sunt RRV rners, Point Look...

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. — 28 November 1908

This issue of the GLOBE was printed on our new Universul Press. Mow do you like the print? THE GARLAND GLOBEeee I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol 3 No 43. Published at Uarland, Utoh. Saturday, Nov. 23, 1908 H Thanksgiving Day. In honor of Thanksgiving Day the residents of thin city arid vicinity rested from their dully labors and observed the day In general holiday style by par taking of turkey dluuers. Most all of our business houses closed and mana gers, proprietors and clerks had one day off. Our public schools closed Wed lies day evening to reopen again Monday . The hotels and restaurants all served special Thanksgiving turkey dinners to their patrons and friends. General Thanksgiving was the order of the day and we, tho residents of the (Ireat Hear River Valley, have much to be thankful for. The Josephine Deltry Oo. drew a crowded house at the hall in the evening 4 and presented the pleasing comedy drams, "A Grass Widow." A good program...

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. — 28 November 1908

H The Garland Globe HB Published Every Saturday at Raf GARLAND .... UTAH HJjuS Terms of Subscription: fWC; One year (In advance) $1 BO B.A Blx months 78 Msbi Thrco months BO ft t( Advertising rates furnished on apull- By' r. it ii, 1 1 STOP J- A Wixom Editor and Manager m Oil TRUST KING RELATES HISTORY Of BIG COMPANY '.S John D. Rockefeller Submits to Ques- JsV tlonlng In Suit Begun by Govern- iPT ment to Dissolve the ej Oil Trust. HaK Ken Tort Relating his story with H the sir nf a cotintry gentleman of HH klndl) mien entertaining n host f H friends with Incidents of days long H tiusi. John i Rockefeller, president H if tin. Standard Oil company, though B 'or nearly (Mi years retired from the K ictlve cares ol the company's dlrec Hm ion. Tor ovei two hours on Monday I reviewed the history ol the early oil irmii' ami the development of tha company lhai Inter grew into tha Lri'siiii so-called oil trust. Mr. Rocke taller was a witness foT tha defense in a still to dissolve Hie Standar...

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. — 28 November 1908

- -- fr" jfe" 3tC ". 3c tn ) the jyipdf of 6November Sthit life eacMllber Jl5ll' the flarnes roar fierce and hitfh, .Tnn myjihoiijmffjrt to boyhood, U ten.arkMiiitf day drew nitfh. , In) theJnjaieKl ce the, farmhouse, 'Atja OnwoodlaiwF brown and sere Wger spomman's rifle echoed 'j ' AslW day of days drew iMmvA Scenes (which ever shall be cherished 'i'' v Jn the burning logs appear, ; I can see the deep, old cellar--!"i T' Where the apple; binsj ptfed high, Overshadowed heaps of pumpkins J Golden as the sunset sky, fjfffi And the casksof new 'fall cider "SeT Stood along, the wall close by. -vS; rjj k . - -" As. the old-time scenes are fading J While the fire slowly dies,sy"T Visions of a groaning table '-- ff1' Are presented to my eyes, fj-. And I almost scent the fragrance '""v Of the mince and pumpkin pies. --- ... i "HARVEST HOME" It . ! THEY CALLED IT ! : Old Hnalish Thanksflivina, of Which Ours Is an Offspring Reodn Thousands of Years Aao. The American Thanksgiving day Ih Withou...

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. — 28 November 1908

agLaBtaflgflBHt Airship itwnicarr, r Passengers 3ys Jq i( and Travel Far JrfV By COUNT 7.KPPEI.IN. ,J , ' ' " Arruoaul. (L!pfi lft',-' mmmt 1 1 1- lll(l, uMrful frattin i the rigid system of aeronautics i Ra i T ''"' B "'''' WM" '' " "'"' '"' developed In n ilili even jajw. greater tiling. I not, however, .h the present time medi 3pW SsK ,i,m 'I" i "iivi riiclioii ill .mi nii-lui Hi. M mil v ' lumili'cd S SrnwL '' ""' n-('rs ''"' M" ' " li'iw' I nil liiir 'I'h - i mi In' In i Mini i In .flfc m jjU liniiK nf tin- h i linn nil'. i..-ii,i Ptt THS '" "" li,'l'h,,,,,l illl-llli- Will -null I'l' limit I" ll ! klln- IB y tew (n kilometer '.'''', inches) un hour for t dayi j9DI tkan m nil about 3,000 kilometeri mal mis: the uihk- PPJ age mor slowly, 8,000 kilometers in i ' days. In figuring Phb out in n lint limita the conquest of the mi- m ill be arried ii generation jBlj we iiui.n count prettj surelj upon airships "l this range, in judge i arhal J has already been accomplished. H Venial n...

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. — 28 November 1908

THE GARLAND GLOBE H r If you '.( start at - this time you are almost cer' tain of win ning a $25.00 Prize. $10 Cash buys a New Piano ml one piano sale is almost sure to win you a good prize. If vdii m (I) look over ' In lit 1 id contestants inn! their stand ing wlien published you will see that anyone with 10,0(10 to iiO, 000 votes is sure Of w inning it good prize. Stop and con siller what the purchase of a plitiio would i i - 1 1 . Take for i-n in pie a person liny lag h 201.00 instrument for cush. This won lil lie regarded us new business and I would eniiilr the purchaser to 1200 votes on the dollar, or a total of 242.200 vi. lev This will certainly iu if not a plunii, at least out of i lie In;' prizes, and it would he well to hear in miud ilial we are not only giving awa MM grand prize, but 18 prizes valued ut mcr t.100,00 ach, so that at least IU ill Here lit contest m ants will get prizes thai inn into a large amount of money . We know that com paratively few of our contestant...

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. — 28 November 1908

CARRIED GESTURt OO I'AR. Boy's Action Posaibly Appropriate, But Somewhat Unneeeaeary. Vivian Burnett, tin- original i.r iftt mill remembi ed Utile Lord Ft ml I ,d . at ill" 'liii ;i i ' convi nlinii ill eueeed wiiii n reportei .1 certain part) . maneuver "Tbej art "' '"" fai ""'' " ' '"' Mr i Burnt n The) made tin maelvi i rldlcnlou It) tht h exi - Do ) m kmn whin iin' reminded ?i i- of! Tli"1. reminded me of a Juvenile elo 1 cutlonlal my molhei often lelli ab ml "This lad, ni a achool (real, aoi it to recite tht Ural i ol hla lift Hi j whs ambltloua; he wlabed in make a ' great aucceaa of hla pleci and he had ' been (old bj his leachet thai the ae . ci"i of elocution was the geature Poi i'v.-i i hi aae Ita fitting geature I In i n ntng line of the imt ae in i ion era The comet lids lis tall of Bra ' "The oventealona iim to in Ita pi op it geature to thla line, lifted up the tall ni his roai and held it mil in borlaontal poaltlon n i Heard In a Restaurant. Luncher is MiIh meant to b...

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. — 28 November 1908

f.W: United MJ& Hm Stales 1,11- M JMrv4f ' BU Of sta- AJy Uatlce which i'ji annually fur nishes lf JA umber of killed. in- aHT Jured iimi maimed as H remit of I'onit h of July ' ;,-. 'jj iit winks celebratlone, J '' f'- bul Thanksgiving rhS t unities from overeating iK are never tabulated 2 Sfti Bo be careful lest Jltfi B bii ii puu, should , jIMjj v lw into operation ami mW 1 .von and joins forced W' Into (he spotlight of publicity beeauae you gave .hanks in too MMtj manner. Indications a lew days bctare t, memorable holiday suggested DO Corner In the turkey market In the middle west, and for that ream the klnr Pill of the Thanksgiving al was attain" , "hie amoni thoae who perhaps a rear ago were not so fortunate when the I birds were higher in mice. With over SO.000,000 persons giving taank perhaps 10,(100.000 don't know '!?,y'" ""'"' r"ll,' Stales there are 6.000.000 turkeys consumed on TliPnks giving day. The preparaUoa of the bird for the table is one ol the country's great...

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. — 28 November 1908

bbbsb s 1 sen ft! W M 3R R I Wu v2 I . It ?JjW ThU woman -rty-. she was artvod Tl fror.i a:i oporntlon by Lydln I. ft INiiUliaui'i Vegetable 'oiiIMiiii1. F1 LenaV.TIennr.of N'orristowti, ;a., jPrt writes to Mrs. Plnkhom: fitaK, " I Buffered untold misery from fe- HrS male troubles. My dootof HH en opera BIS tion was tint only chance 1 lnid, and I B dreaded it almost as hum h ns death. H "One day I rend liow oilier women H ii.ni licet! cured by l.yilia I, Plnkhnm'i H Vegetable Compound, and I decided to H t.v it. Before I had taken the Bret m bottle I wee better, end now I an en H tircly riirril. Hl "Every woman MiCc'riiir? with nrn H female trouble ahonld toko Ljrdle li B 1'iiililiam s Vegetable Conapouno." H FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. H 1'or thirty years l.yli.i 1':. Pink- M ham's Vegetable Compound, made m from roots mid beihs,nas been thi Hj standard remedy for female Ills B nml has positively cured thousands ol M women who have been troubled with 1 dbplaosments, hiflnnunatton,ulcera-...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 28 November 1908

f PE:RU-NA,:ST MR. WM. F. VAHLBERG. Mr. William F. Vahlberfjf, Oklahomn City, Oltla., wrltMi our bottle of Parana whMi I lui. taken ii'ni mora toward raliertaf ma ol an afrraatad cum- of catarrh of the Kiomtich. tlinn yi-iiisnf tn-utim-nt with tho beat phg lielena. "I bad given up hopes of relief, nml only tried Pernoi aaa laat reaort, "I thall oontinae Ming it. aa I feel mtiafled it will affect mi entire and oermtnent cure. "I moai obeei fully recommend Parana to nil ebo may n nil this." Perana K imnall taJcaa usn. Inxt re tort. Doatora hare bean tried ami failed. Other remedtei have been need. Sanitariums luivo ban visitt-il. Travel lms been reaot tad to. 4f At Laal Parana is tried. Relief is found. i'liiv history is repeated over and over again, arery day in the year. It is Mich results as this that gWee l'ernna its unassailable hold upon the people. Wa COold s;iy nothing that would add force to sueli testiinoniiils as the above That people who b'ate had catarrh and hae tried eve...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 28 November 1908

H THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE Bfg INDKl'ENDKNT. E I.A.Wixom, . . KiHlor and Jtagf, R5 Telephone No 52 Red EV3 (FormiTly Wyatfa Dutcher Shop.) tj Entered aa a:ont-claa matter February 17. B&E IMS, mt the pot ortlr. at Garland. Utah, under p(K$ the Act of Conrei of March 3. 187. A, SiiliMcrllxTH " li" fail to receive llielr. SlL'i paptn nguhrijr, I'l'iif' aotlfj iMsofflcs ' Saturday, Nov. 28, 1908 Bgj ITEMS OF INTEREST. fnS T. P. CoomhH of Fielding was a rV,. Garland visitor Wednesday. 59! The two-room addition to the Oar- sjwt land public school building Is now IXflf completed with the exception of WSm painting and furnishing. WOt Miss Maggie Creer, who has made H this city her home for the past eight H months, returned last Sunday to her H home in Spanish Fork. H J. W. l-arsen, O. L Winters and B W. L Orover were appointed Wed- H 1 -. -: . 1 . by the Board of Education M as the Judges of school election to be H held In this city December 2nd H Mr. and Mrs. John Lunt of...

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. — 5 December 1908

I 1 Wm B f m Wm I m vh I w I II Mm eH DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE ORKAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 3. No. AA. Published at Ciorland, Utah. Saturday, Dec. 5, IAC8 M A SCHOOL ELECTION COOMBI WINS Ol'T BY 103 MAJORITY. Consldcrnlile Interest was nuiinl fpstpl In thin district for tin- election of a member of the Board of Educa tion. Two can.llilatcs were In the ftdd. t. k Coombi of Fielding and ('. V. Hall or Portage. The vole In this city (utile within one of being a tie. Thi' (iaiiand Judges of elec tion were O. L, Winters, Ursel Rose and W. j. Grover. Following are the returns from the six precincts of the district: COOMBfl HALL Garland '- fi Riverside 13 1 KleldlnK 114 0 Colllnston 17 0 Plymouth :i "0 F'ortaRe 42 46 Totals 271 168 Coombi majority 108, Congratulations to Mr. Coomba, PRIMARY BAZAR. The Hear River StaUe Primary assn ar singgal . ..f ,yo o.rraB are Rolng to give a Grand two-day Baiar in this city Friday and Satur day, Decemher 1Mb and litth. The Batar ope...

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. — 5 December 1908

Hi E The Garland Globe IsT"W Published Every Saturday at WMLi' GARLAND .... UTAH sMtfWTt Terms of Subscription: NE fi One year (Id advunco) $l.fiO lKfc5i Sl in-hi Hi. v.". RjsB Three months 50 fO&iZ Advertising ratei furnished ud appll- V (TJ entlon. ;" '.V I J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager M SCORES OF ARAB PILGRIMS H IflSt THEIR IVES HI SEA B jftjH British Steamer Burns While Within HHB Sight of Land and a Hundred HBBa Lives Are Lost. BBVl Vnleftn. Island nf Malta A t rrlbln H ilr , ! 'i i In which mora than a bUD H i, nil persona Iohi their lives, occurred M the entrance to 1 1 1 - port Wednes- B morning, within alibi nf the H v. hole city, which waa powerleaa to R ivi' aid Tin' ItiiMsh steamer Bar- H danla, of the Bllerman line, hailing B from Liverpool ami bound for Alexan- H drill, ullli a craw nf foi Kit H gllsbmcn, eleven fii'Ht uml six second H cabin English passengers ami marly H S00 Arah pilgrims aboard, caught Bra, 1BBHJ nml within n lew mlnutea was a H lug furnace, su...

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. — 5 December 1908

jTjsapA gag H ' k J &w Vr ant This womnn soys flint nick Women should not fail to try Ljrdlft K. I'mi hum's Vcgctahlo Compound as he did. Mrs. A. GlM0tT of 8868 Lawrence St., Denver, Coi., WZitM to Airs, l'inkbani : "I was practically an invalid for six years, on account of female troubles. I underwent an operation by tlie doctor's advice, but in a few months I was worse than before. A friend ad vised l.yiiia E. Pinkham's Vegetable oiiiii mini ami it restored me to perfect In-ill t li, such as I have nut enjoyed in many years. Anv woman suffering as I did with backache, bearing-down pains, and periodic palns.should not fail use Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. link ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has leen the Btandard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of Women who have been troubled with d isplacements, inflammat ion, ulcera tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, p-riodic iains, b...

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. — 5 December 1908

B AfriCail Deadlier Foe lo S3 . Hunters I nan j&Ssl ff GVGF Lions or Elephants b ' s22 B iwkon A. I. D'ALTOMONTE, VwK Hunter. And lormrr I iitnnianflnnt of Poller- fif onSo Stair. -. (I pHHBHHH II"1 x1""' i' l"iilitiii li' (I.iiil1' u tin' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 'ii 4-"y ( i Km) Vfrica are not tho ones due directly to hunting. It j M . ii not the assault of the wounded lion, not the destruc- iMf A-wg Iim mi-Ii of Mi. rliiiiMi'i'i'ii- ir tin' I i 1 1 ;i ri i . not the jdraK fj '' Bttacfc of the hippopotamus. S'eitheT are tlie i ; 1 1 l1 - B n 4 L of the i mi nihil' to be feared, So, all these danger, fH JL IlL uiori' or lesx t'MiijL'rriilrd I Al'rniiii trawlers, nrr H j -V 'Voidable and li iilmofl notliiiie l Ihe -kill hihI IHh I Tfft i"J M I '"''' hlood of ili'' brare hunter, 'I'll lore Roosevelt IHh mft yS ,s "" "' ''"' N"'- ''"' ''''"' ''"' '' i'11'1'''- 'I"' imiivoiil- H I able danger iu the African fever, Ver) few white i - H plo i an in) tli.it thej have visited the center of Vfri...

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. — 5 December 1908

4 THB GARLAND GLOBE H The Big $40,000 Voting Contest Closes on Thursday Night, DECEMBER 2th - - Vl anassBSSSSSBSaw GRAND LIST OF 509 PRIZES FREE PRIZE VA1.UK One CoaApensatrnK Pipe Orpin ! "50.00 One Everett Urand Phtmi Hpet-lnl I,WH.0 One i..i:ir. ol,. -m II. MO. 00 on. IlHrdniMii Special l.j.rmht l'it TJiO.OO One Ffcw I., i Special Upright Piano 675.00 One HiiHb ami I.in Sperm I IJaftfM Piano ' ' 00 ir II P Nelson Special Uprlphl Piano ; J M llnrrington Special I pi r I.I l'i..i. 525.00 One Harvard Spe'-ial Iprlghl Piano 550.00 One Milton Special I f r i-1, r linno 475.00 One II I Vs. N.. i. Special Upright Piano 475 00 One Milton Special Upright Piano 47a 00 One Milton Special Upright Piano 450.00 'ii. .. ri.ir.i special Upright PinDO ! " '"' One Victor Special Upright I'm. 42.1.00 One Rrudford Special Upright Piano 875.00 One Gilbert Special Upright Piano ::.:.. no One IS Months' course complete All Hallows college K).0O Five Pianolas, each 850.00 One Regina combinatiou music bo...

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. — 5 December 1908

4 . , , . f MANSION AS A GIFT WHITELAW REID BUYS CHILTON LODGE FOR HIS DAUGHTER. I Bride of the Englishman, John Ward, to Make Her Home on Ettate of L 2,300 Acres Will Re- model Mansion. it Ik a iplradld wedding gift whifii Ambassador Whltolaw Held Iiuh be ItOWad upon Ills dgtkghtei who some time ago became tha wife of tha Bni llabman, .Mr Jobo Ward; being notb i tin h'XH than tin' ciii it ui Lodge aa tat. for which ha paid 1600,000 and upon which Mrs Ward, tba luippy now owner, expects to expend 100, ooo in remodeling before taking poa aaaalon in January, Sir William Paarce, a former own or, ipenl 600,000 for Improvements which wire oompletad In 1801, so that I i hi' pi iri' which Mr. Hold has put up for tin' place laemi ver) raaaonable, Tha last three ownara of Chilton Lodge could not affoni to keep up the pacloui estate of 8,800 acrea, and so it has i ii sold three timet In as many month ''' Before the marriage of bis daugh tl lor, Mr. Held had promised hei to give bar any countr...

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. — 5 December 1908

H ffc RK14NY, AMORICA AND France Waxt WgiGitpr , OH . 2 BY WIZARD W. GARRISON jfflr ggfli 3v $ ""T'7"" " 1 wsew- v- m b Ml f---' r l H V9idt ' fr 3 i WRIGHT ) rrKiziM...v. AND Wll.l'.i R WRIOHT bid fiiii i" become y millionaires within i decade. Tins Dayton, D pair j I 1 hi brothera, who have been working theli wonderful E aeroplane In both America and France, are being BssssawrsBi trailed by Oermanj and several other European jx&t.) countries, which hope to peiieci themaelvei In lhi. &j)tjite& i lie latest nioile ol' modern wnifare & Bui until their contract! with both America and i feN i-'i-am-i- me iiiiniied Hie Wright brother! will entei jtSjgA Into no furthei agreementa, they aay. cgS-Sb 'Hie mishap at Port Meyer in which Orvllle mmmmm Wrlghl ws severely injured by failing with bis aeroplana u distance of 76 feet, bowevt r, made no difference In the plana of the brothera, The machine waa re paired and soon the Aliierlean ileinonsl rations are to he Started from ...

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. — 5 December 1908

H YOUTHFUL MIND IN DISTRESS. aaV Awful Possibility That Loomed Before H Six-Year Old Jackie. K Six-year old .Inrklo's mother bo- ttS in. i. ,1 Ihiil absolute truthfulness was raB the only rock on Which 10 build Unit. 3J8fc youthful gentleman's character, and 'Saf the consistent working out of till" t4. prlnrlrilr did nwav. of mm wo, With be W? lief In all such tiling H fairies, K.itita .SjjAj Onus, nnd other Illusion dear to tjifij childish homts. nnd they became In Sb atend "main i" Here" pmti, Santa k2B Clans iii pnrth ular being n pot "Joko" LWg between hlH mother nnd himself yjfm Jackie eame in from play on attar- '-C noon much exrlleil nnd roncorned "Jf , "Mother. .Ilmmlo Norton believes -!;rf there Is n icillv nnd duly Simla. a-yg ('Inns H sui:- In- Ih sure Hint Simla Ik CUui do 'i come down the chimney. bmB Me wouldn'i believe me at all whan HH I told Mill II was Just a joke,'' with M risliu! anxiety jB Jackie's mother was somewhat mm- H pinned Well, son.' the temporized, H "...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 December 1908

W 8EEMED WORSE EVERY DAY. A Dangerous Case of Kidney Com plaint and How It Was Checked. Mm. Lucy Qaebeck, Mechanic St., . Hop.' Valley, . I., says: "Hlghl jretn tflo i eontraetetl so. vii,. kidney trouble ami my back began in arbe continually. Kverv day ii seemed worse. The least pressure on my back loi lured me, ami I could not stoop with out a bad twinge I The kidney secretions passed Irrecu- I larlv with pain, and I bloated bully. My head swam and spots flitted before my eyes One doctor said I was In curable. However. I found prompt re lief when I started Using Doan's Kid ney I'llls. and the troubles 1 have re lated gradually disappeared." Sold by all dealers. BOO a box. Fos-ter-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. 1 A Clever Fellow. "Did yon friend make a hit at the literary club'" "I guess he did. He pronounced 'I.es Miserable' In a brand-new way and then alluded to It as Victor Her bait'a masterpiece." Washington Herald ssj Z W: &fiSk. , miss. y jmm sophia 4:; l& KITTLESENafe '...

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