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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 February 1909

I IBsl I v heroes above the toiO)longf aSM A And fecbrik resplendent intBview, VJ W T kaVe W '" b relieWfl strong y U That higher WsA ong : W kII ne namhW8LLMnemory, too, Wff W,And singers throjHytirkJ raise the song VX At wherfeetofNsed, the earth NfV j ired, wherjfVt a shrine! A W ) & to hale preJSe3H.a snffictkfW iftakc my hUclen Aorhfi ( o&4;W et(tnem elory,sirce their ftmd andmymej nkVuJk A K J iWZ x-Ja(reaKed the greatestmartyr ifter ?htferT II1TEK BY LINCOLN IN 1841 Letter Reveals Sense of Humor of Which This Great Man Was Possessed "Tragedy" That Culminated in Joke on Springfield Citizens Among legal records In the posses sion of Mr. John F. Geetlng. promi nent Chicago attorney and editor of American Criminal Reports, Is the fol lowing letter written by Abraham Lin coln In 1841. It appeared originally In the Qulncy Whig of April 9, 1846. and In that article, probably written by Lincoln himself (for It Is known that ha took much interest In the features of the case) 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. — 13 February 1909

M I Ill FairV Where Children B T l and Grown-Ups M Li cl I1C J Should Roam H By RAYMOND BLATHWAYT, H Enrfllsh Alilli.ir. H , '"'' Kn'it problem of to-day is, how beat can one get hold T M J the child ? J You can't do it by mathematics, ot geography, or Latin verso. You want to appeal to it by far more rattle and deli cate moans than algebra and the twanging ciino. To humanize you must first sympathize. And fairvlnnd af fords a happy hunting-ground, a never-failing point d'appui wherein and whence one may first ai-ok to compass the won- H derful subtleties of the darling child-mindi by which we are H surrounded on all sides, but of which, until it is too late, wo H frequently have so little understanding, and with which so many of us B have Buch rare sympathy and correspondence. p The truth of the matter is this: the child-mind is the kingdom of V heaven, into which we cannot enter except as little children ourselves. H A little girl shyly whispered in my ear the other day : B "Mr. W...

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 February 1909

H J III Fairy Where Children B w and Grown-Ups JLclIlCl Should Roam H By RAYMOND BLATHWAYT, B Eadllnh Author. T----B sT II K gwal problem 0f t-I;i y is, how lust can ih- get hold f tho child mind? J on nin't do it In lniillicinntifs, or geography, or Iiiitin verse. You want to appeal to it by far more subtle ar.d deli mit1 iiietinu than algebra mid the twanging cane. To humanize you must first sympathize. And fairyland af fords a happy hunting-ground, a never-failing point d'appui wherein and whence one may first seek to compass the won- H tmHtm derful subtleties of the darling child-minds by which we are H surrounded on all sides, but of which, until it is too late, we R frequently have so little understanding, and with which so many of us L have such rare sympathy and correspondence. H The truth of the matter is this: the child-mind is the kingdom of P heaven, into which we cannot enter except as little children ourselves. m A little girl shyly whispered in my ear the other day : ...

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. — 13 February 1909

,B I HORTICULTURE I tWWMWiW HAVE A GOOD GARDEN. It Will Pay Both from a Health and a Monty Standpoint. What we cat is about half our living expenses, and what ran be grown In the home Harden may make up a large share of what we eat. It la simply surprising to And how many and how fj much good things can be grown In the garden with good soil, good plants and good cultivation. I remember one year my mother counted up the value of our garden products and found it to be about $125 on an eighth or an acre. That ! at the rate of $1,000 per acre for a single season, but It la possible In almost any place with right fertilization and cultivation. Many vegetables should be grow in the garden for both summer and win ter use. We need a green vegetable diet In winter Just as much as in sum mer and people In general would be more healthy if they would eat more 'green food during cold months. Right now In winter farmers with the very best conditions for good gar dens are buying cabbage and onions...

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. — 13 February 1909

1 l 1 HORTICULTURE HAVE A GOOD GARDEN. It Will Pay Both from Health and i Monty Standpoint. t Wlial wp eat is about half our living . expenses, and what can be grown In the home garden may make up a large share of what we eat. It la simply 'jL HiirprlHlng to find how many and how JL much good things can be grown in the garden with good soil, good plants and good cultivation. I remember one year ray mother counted up the value of our garden products and found it to be about $126 , on an eightli of an acre. That is at lv the rate of $1,000 per acre for a single season, but it la possible In almost any pluce with right fertilization and cultivation. .', Many vegetables should be grown in j the garden for both summer and wln- '; ter use. We need a green vegetable diet In winter Just as much as In sum- H mer and people in general would be I more healthy if they would eat more ; 'green food during cold months. Right now In winter farmers with tho very best conditions for good gar dens are...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 February 1909

B THE GARLAND GLOBE M INDFPEN D KNT H '.A.Wixom, . . EdltorsndMr.gr Telephone No 52 Red (TetawriirWVmtfi Batcher Shop.) B .J."1"1 """-el" matter February 17. LH lu. a1 a P"t ",ce " "1d. UUh. under H W Act of ConrM of Much I, 1879. H Subscribers who fail to receive their H paper regularly, please notify Mils office H Saturday, Feb. 6, 1909. H VOLUME THREE. H With this issue we commence B volume three the Globe is a M three-year-oldtoday. The first H ew yeari of a newspaper are H usually filled with hard knocks and H uphill work and thf Globe has H ct-r.ainly had its share of hard- H aty'S to contend with in the es- B 'ibhshment of the paper. How- V t vt r, the Globe is now well es- tablifched and in flood running j order and we lake this opportun- V ny ot ihaukuig all those who t have giveu ihe paper and job de- Kl paring in their pauouage, hoping B lor a continuance ot the tame. BV We have into to give our patrons a good paper, one thai the) mighi B ( be pioud ot, atid Me believe ve...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 February 1909

H B Ever Heard of Community Silver? H b Ik, kifkrrt trade of plated .ilnr kaiett, H ferki aa tpoMt li U (waraatas. to wnr H tweety-fira years, sad ii oal, , f t(,r H MTeral fiat liars carry. H - '''IkKMAIN ST. H SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. aaaaaaaaaaas W k TriITP AaVk m U aateai- H rA I ENTS - St K aha, aketck aaa asscriatte af roar brraatioa. f assrry 1- RaUaMa, Attoracy al Law aad Solicitor H al fateati, 304-S Msa Bu.ldi.,. Salt Lake City H Discouraging Vagabondage. H The Luxemburg government Is treat- H Ins: incorrigible vagabonds to bread B and water for the first four days of H their Imprisonment, and to the lowest B scale of ordinary diet twice a week B afterward. The prisons are said to H be emptying F The l.tiilitni. Lee Si Shepard Co. W haa Just received a letter rrom J. T. m- Trowbridge, concerning whose skfety Ht aw fnticli solicitude was leit. as in- had H sailed for southern Italy In December. B The veteran author is at Hotel Belle- V riir, Naples, where he expects to stay Ba...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 February 1909

NOT AFFECTED BY DEPRE88ION One Big Industry That Makes Its Busi ness Grow and Expand Durlnj Year of Business Depression. When a manufacturing establish ment reaches out In a year of depres sion and Increases an expands Its business, while others In the same line diminish their outputs or stand still, It Ib becaiiKO there must be tome un usually Rood reason for It. In this instance a splendid reputation and a more-than-ordlnary meritorious prod uct were resK)iislble for the showing made. The Mayer Root & Shoe Company, Milwaukee, the largest shoe establish ment in the Northwest, has Just closed . Its fiscal year, and reports an Increase Pr In sales over the corresponding period kiaJaBb, of lnKt vear- This exceptional show ing speaks volumes for the genuine i merit of Mayer shoes, and Is directly attributed to their high standard, and Vi because of the fact that Mayer shoes have become universally and popular ,;, ly known as "shoes of quality." Sfc The leading brands are "Honorbllt...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 February 1909

I ; .- . THB GARLAND GLOBE - - - - THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. 1. A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. Telephone No 52 Red (Formerly Wjratt'i Batcharfihop ) ' F-ntorvd aa aeeond-claaa matter Fabroair 17, Mot, at the poat office at Garland, Utah, under the Act of Conareaa of March , 187. Subscribers who fail to recolve tbclr papers regularly, please notify this office. Saturday, Feb. 13, 1909. Although the North Pole is closely surrounded by men of all nations longing to make a dash at it, there is In New York a mo dest boy who may yet distance the entire crowd of professional pole-hunters. He is an Ecqui mau, brought here from Green land years ago, and his plan is simplicity itself as well as cheap er than any other, for he would merely get togethe a band of his own people' accustomed to Artie ice and weather-tricks, and with them he would move cam;) slow ly, and always toward the Pole till he got there. Time is of no more consequence to the Esqui maux than to darkies at a dance; food ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 20 February 1909

SSKBSmrmCTJSSirSnBilmW ".I w,'- rar'-' ' r9C rr-rr - -r;.. ' - eieitHE GARLAND GLOBE- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY Vol. 4. No. 3. Published at Gorland, Utah. Saturday, Peb. 20, 1909 COUNTY COURT. Monday the Board of County Com missioners transacted the following business that Interests the residents of the Bear River Valley: Wm. Cottam wns appointed road supervisor of Snowvllle. Messrs C. W. Richards and C. W. Earl were appointed delegates to the Trans-Mlssourl Dry-Farm Congress to be held In Cheyenne Feb. 23, 24 & 25th. $50 was appropriated to John J. Shumway for the purpose of drain ing county road north of Garland. PLYMOUTH. The dedicatory sprvlces of our new meeting house and amusement hall were held last Sunday afternoon, a big crowd being In attendance. The chief sneakers were Apostle Rudger Clawson and Stake President Milton H. Welling. Wednesday our new piano for the hall arrived and a grand Inaugural ball was given at the hall In t...

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 February 1909

The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH Term of Subscription: One year (In advance) 1.60 fix months 75 Thi ee months 50 Advertising rates furnished on ep plication. J. A. Wixom Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS Txhl has nn epidemic of scnrlet fovcr, ttMiu--.li up to date none of the cases have proved fatal. The secretary of the treastiry has awarded the contract for the con struction of the public building at lo gan to George Hlnchcllff of Chicago. &t I67,r0(. Plans for a Utah state building at the Yukon I'm-lfle Alaska exposition. Which will he open at Seattle June 1, have been presented by a number of architects. An Ogden syndicate Is making plans for a big wholesale and commis sion district on the west side of Salt 1-Ake City, the property calling for an expenditure of 9200.000. The regular meeting of the direr tors of the Utah Woolgrowers' asso ciation will be held in Bait Lake City February 18, when officers for the ensuing year will be elected. Governor...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 20 February 1909

IH i",,""l,," BBBl I STORY esssssssssssaa; I Mr. Barnes, I American Archibald Clavering Gunter A Sequel to Mr. Barnes of New York Author of "Mr. Barnei f New York." i "Mr. Potter of Teiu," ji "That Frenchman," Etc. P Cuprrlcbt. WOT l,id Meaa A 5 . 3! T. SYNOPSIS. Burton II. Barnes, wealthy American li.iiriiiK Corsica, rescues the young Bna ilsh lieutenant. Kdward Gerard Anstruth '" and I'l" Horalian bride, Marina, daughter of the Paohl, from the mur aerous vendetta, understanding that iiln i. ward li to be thi hand of the girl ha pvei, I'.nlll Vli'.i n I n r . sister of thi' KtlK- lish leutPbani The four lly fr.m AJao t0 to Mar-edlTes on hoard tin- Kronolt steamer Constantlne. The vendetta pur ines and aa thi quartet arc about to hoard the train for London at Maraelllea, .Marina In IikikI.mI h mysterious note which causes har to collapse und necessi tates n postponement or the journcv. Barnea gets j.irt or the mysterious note and receives letters which Inform him thill lie In marked...

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 February 1909

Intensity High-Pressure e w . Living Driving I Ot JLlte to Suicide By (.1 (.1 If I Mo II KM R1. Nold Italian III atorlaa Now la America. S-1 The epidemic of suicides rhich amna to !o ?SS? "Weeping America is caused mainly U the Itrenooui Blife led here. It i- rary, rerjf difRcull to wt into tha soul of ii man who haa taken hia own life. The in taoaity of life in this country la certain to ba fol lownl hv a miiicwiiat correaponding longing for death. It i only a psychological reaction, hhti cana, however, slfcp too little, and tins rerj likely has oviething to do with it. The nerve canton arc nam rclnxi'd. In this count ry I understand there is a great iin reaac of nervous diaeaaea and nenraaihenia. People are all trying to "keop up appeatanoaa," as you Bay. The struggle to do this is heart-hreaking. In anrient times the world was not nearly bo rich as to-day. hut economic conditions were much fairer. Now the world ia richer, bni the contrasts between luxury and poverty are very glar...

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 February 1909

IHSBBBBBBBSBBBVaBWI BBBBBBBBBbI I 1 1 VISITS WITnj I Mra. Sing's Mistake. Mm Rings In n irlm lit lip woman i ho prides herself on lint domestic gBjssssssss I I " ti o in he """sSKra "s- ami i.;nii her p'jIUafSM '" " ' ' K ' " ""k I 1 WlB "'""'"' wasting ass patWBkjTij ,,ik'' iost women, lr v wflBFMS sh" haH " w',;ik rT tjfTMVt 1S sales, and watches 'A V)3m 'f WmQwM'j ' '' ' newspapers t fdfitntifr caivf,i fi !'! r- - - - nrJ yKnt ''"""a" '" warrant .J-, if-wJ i ow" game f If nj Recently sh.' ills Xy "I Ug covered i hat Hup "" nSn -' ' I'dsleln & HIliK W KiJftl ingbottoni were SSSj.K ltliiK Bweetcon: ?wi) 1 wa""d '" ,ak'' 'cS jtt JT l"k at the shops HHil&: "ht' sallied forth KjHS ; in kill two birds , ,' o -rv w'" on' stone. On the way Mown town Bhe scanned her list and found anions other things needed for the house was a can of cinnamon. After purchasing the tomatoes and the Bwoeteorn. by whirl) purchase she saved at least fourteen centR, she bought the cinnamon at par and p...

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 February 1909

ftT ' efvr Fartidicus Ncra. MlRtr" 'Niirn, why cltrln't yotl fin is wlndlnic It clock? Yon nnly gava It rnnpln of turns " Nora "Hlitir. and I'll be lavln yor. termorrer, mum. and I'll not bo aftrrpr rloin' anny of tha new gyml's wor-rkV Man Always Omnivorous It UKo.1 to In- holil thai prinihlva man wan a vegetarian; but the an throiMiloRlht Ortvay ba made cartful and extended tnveatlcmtlona, which Indicate that primitive man. Ilk" the modern savage, wps omnivorous. Uncle Hiram's Deduction. "Who are (hem people llvln' next door"' ankod Mrs Qadsby'l T'ncle Hiram. "I don't know." she replied "I h'iok' tlie'vp jusl moved In"" "No; I think they i.nVe lived there for a good many years." "Ain't l hey .1. cent ?" "I really don't know, I have never heard anything about them." "Hm1 (Josh, you people must be mighty well off." "What has our financial condition to do with the people who live next door?" "Why, you don't seem to ever have U borrow anvthlng." ..- i Are you ipierested In California....

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 February 1909

'j' ? im " 'itWMMMMMi issvaasvaasvaasvaasvaaswaal KNEW WHAT HE NEEDED. I H. R. Putc Sonny, kin you toll me wherp I kin got a Kid Notfcln' fJouV, pop! Dc barber Bhops la till closed on Sundays! The Secret of Poverty. Dr. Woods Hutchinson of New York unlocked the secret of general poverty In an address at the Amerl ft can Museum of Natural History In New York early this month, when he said: ' Wr-nt Is killing the people of this clt may be slated as overwork, und'i feeding and overcrowding; and two of these may be included under the one word 'underpaid ' The mes sage of the church and of medicine today to the community Is not '(live to the poor.' but 'Don't take so much away from them' The Public. Placing Him. "Papa." inguired little May, after Sunday school, 'was George Wash ington an Israelite?" Before her father could answer this somewhat unexpected question May's six year-old brother broke In. "Why, May, I'm 'shamed of your lg n'nnce' Ceorge Washington Is In the New Testament, not ...

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 February 1909

THB GARLAND GLOBE - 5 - 5 THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. J.A.Wwom, . . Editor andMngr. Telephone No 52 Red (Formerly Wymtt't Batch Shop.) Enter wd Meond-clua matter February 17, 1906. at the poet office at Garland. Utah, under th Aet of Conrreaa of March J. 187. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers regularly, please notify this office. Saturday, Feb. ao, 1909. The world will never get any better until children are an im provement on their parents. Some ministers object to roller skating on the grounds that it has a tendency to promote backsliding. Foley's Orino Laxative cures I constipation and liver trouble and makes the bowels healthy and rcp ular. Orino is superior to pills and tablets as it does not gripe or nau seate. Why take anything else? Ritcr Bros., Garland; Tremonton Drug Store, Tremonton. I EXCURSIONS TO CHEYENNE February 21st and 22nd. Via Oregon Short Line and Union Pa cific for DRY FARMING CONGRESS. Limit, February 28th. See agents for ! rates and further part...

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 February 1909

H I THE GARLAND GLOBE - I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 4. No. 4. Published at Oarlond, Utah. Saturday, Teb. 27, I90f) - I fi CANNON BILL KILLED. Thp Cannon Prohibition Bill was killed by the Senate last Saturday afternoon by a vote of 12 to 6. For the committee re- port killing the Cannon BUI Hyde Kurlilor, Marks, Badger, Bullen, Hulanlskl, See- 4- ly, Sevy, B. X. Smith, J. Y. Smith, Stookey and Gardner, -f 4- Against Comnilitee report Brlnkerhoff, Durton, Horsley, 4 4- Miller, Williams and Wilson. 4- 44 MARBIED IN LOGAN TSMPLE. Miss Clara Clark and Mr. Edmund Nohr were united In marriage at the Logan Temple Wednesday of this week. Miss Clark Is one of Garland's pop ular and highly respected young lad les. Is the daughter of Mrs. Lucy A. Clark and has a wide circle of friends. Mr. Nohr Is a popular young man of 1 ."iMti. the son of Mr. and Mrs O. J. Nohr, and Is well and favorably known. They will make this city their home for the presen...

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. — 27 February 1909

The Garland Globe Published Every Saturday at GARLAND - - . . UTAH Terms of Subscription: One ypar (In advance) . . SI aa Six months 7r Three months .!..!!!! 50 Advertising rates furnished on an plication. J. A. Wlxom.... Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS Bphralrn has an epidemic of scar let fever, thoiiRh up to date only ono csi has proved fatal. Ogden capitalists are discussing the advisability of establishing a woolen mill in that city. The roof of the pool room of the Clark building, in Park City, caved in one night lust week rrom the weight of snow. It Is the Intention to fill every avail able place In Salt Lake City with fiowcrH for the Q. A. R. encampment, to be held next August. Klght residents of Utah will in named as members of a state dairy and pure food bureau If the bill creat ing such bureau becomes a law. The officers of the Krult growers' h soclatlon formed at Wlllurd are busy at work selling stock, so as to get the necessary amount before they Incor porate. Word MU...

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. — 27 February 1909

BfJfggJBBPBHgggggggggggggsHsiWsaWiaMsiUBsnmmsaasBSBgjse Jj HbWbbbbIbbW bbbbkbI I I IN THE LIMELIGHT J I ! FIRST TURKISH AMBASSADOR ,1- Hesseln K 1.17.1111 Hey, who recently arrived ot ?Lji- rs Washington, Is the first ambassador from Tur- Jw yW kp' o the United States, and his advent Indl- f '3 rates thai .1 new regime la in control of the I $H domain of the "Slek Man of Europe." ! Sr Hussein Kiazlm Bey, for three months I' W rwH figured In International news as the "lost dlp- J VlL 1$ lomal," heeanse he apparently disappeared from ,' !.. jy 'ho faee of the earth after leaving Turkey for yjrW America, lie formally presented his credentials tk J&&t&f mfobr '" ''' ''vi'1''"1 Roosevelt the other day, and as BL WM&sr mUtyv '""" '" '"' ' "ncludes lllH "house huntliiR," he 'lWkJWnmffj wl" ''nl" down as a fixture In the diplomatic PHk Vlfil lrc'e of Washington. In which he will be one 'fwL lMrfflWrll "f ""' '""sl '''' l""'1'i" anl notable figures 11111. Wmr'f(((ifrffa The n...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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