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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 5 June 1909

- mi mi f. - 3 I I-" 1 VNADA has put her I official stamp of ap- I proval on thp Douk- I hobors J A late report of the JSySM Canadian Interloi de HSESf)W partment i. devoted WQk en t irel j to this JBHlISo ,hrl-'iH'i Communi MM '3 of the Universal llVSWU ,,r"therhood," as the 4fflH Doukhobors call them (tK. i "hl '" '" " '"' ''"' Qfo gl bodied the results of ! ;l ' :,"'f"i in vestlgatlon that was provoked by the flood of adverse criticism during the last ten years against these "Spirit Wrestlers" ever since they first settled In west ern Canada. Its obvious purpose is the Indorsement of the Doukhobors as citizens of the Dominion and the discouragement of any further i tempts to malign them. The report shows that Instead of being gold bricked" by the Douk hobors. Canada really got un excel lent body of citizens when she brought the "Douks" over to this uj. WWn W mm VPH vouKhotioht FaniLY Sir j- -jhfcw Wi II "'"'? , ' W flaw. II 1 11 I Bide of the Atlantic. For years the "Douks" were ...

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 June 1909

1 Lya STORY CVJ pTHECZl SMUGGLER ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT I IIIuitraiioM by Ray Walters I (l'uijrrl(bl. IKOT.by J. II. I '.,.lr..tl n i 8YNOP8I8. Three Rlrln i:Hr.l,.t I, OuhrlHIr and Wine wtnrteil fur Cumuli! t.. apend the imnu'r thorn. On boanl mramrr tliey wore frighten, rl hy an apparently ilement d iHninxer, who flnilhiK a ban Im-IiiiiicIiik lo nno if them, tonk nJoyiiH nl In s ru nnlr.lnR a lin(o of the Irlo. ICIIae aliureil her "inl.ruoin with a Mm. Oralmm, alan Mound for Panada. CHAPTER I. Continued. The Hani waa burning In my state room when at last I forced myself to nter It, and Mrs. Graham lay asleep In tho lower berth, her lips slightly parted and her face resting upon her and. Nature had meant to be kind to this woman, and hnl been liberal Indeed with her gifts. The lashes whlrh swept tho pale check were dark and rurllnK, like the luxuriant hair carelessly pushed aside on the pillow. while the face Itaelf, though thin and haKKurd, had evidently onee been a perfect oval, w...

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 June 1909

SHEEP PAY BETTER THAN OTHER ANIMALS The Wool, Pays the Expense of Feed and the Lamb Is Clear IrofU, and Requires Little Care By J. H. Hynea. . No farm animal pays the farmer better than a flock of Rood sheep. The wool pay 8 the expense of feed, the lamb Ik clear profit, and the foraging work the Bheep does In the way of cleaning up pastures, fence rows, etc., aavcH much labor to the farmer and adds materially to the appearance of the farm, says J. H. Haynes, In Rural 4 New Yorker. A good portion of the year they are self-supporting, and, bar ring raids from worthless dogs, they need no watching. A dog proof fence around the sheep yard and a good rifle are about the only means of de fense from these curs. Sheep thrive on such a variety of foods that any farmer,' regardless of what kind of soils he may have, can provide for their wants. Clover or cow pea hay, corn silage or fodder, turnip, sugar beets, sorghum hay, clean straw, with feeds of ground corn, oats or bran, and occasional f...

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 June 1909

Model State lw n m Should Own LlWelling Them Ry OK, NETHERSOLE MMlli OOMioering the (Jlarkin bill, authorizing the tate t' Illinois I 1 I ' ea';''s'1 by f"p''ial ta xn t ion n (iiImtciiIosjs sanatorium, the ll 'uotion ari-rs an to whether it should etui with the estab nEn ''shment of a hh mi I or i u in for tiilicrciiloflifl only, or whether wl lrip proceed" of the special tax should not be also used for nWCgflfl the entablisliiiicnl o anatoriiini for the cure of other discuses JQJAI and for the betterment of tenement districts. (2. jjjl ''"' tenement bouse laws could work in co-operution and GmmmmM '"' Par' "f tin-- new luw. There could be built, with the pro ceeds of this tax, model tenements, of which the state should be landlord. These tenements should be designed and built for the health and welfare of the working classes. No better model eotild be followed than the Krupp dwellings of Ger many. These buildings are built in squares, with open stairways, large central court, bath...

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 June 1909

T' CASTOR I A ''-1 mmjjimnna For Infants and Children. CASTORUEThe Kind You Have i'ilprp Always Bougbt H AVtfccablc Preparation for As- tfd i'milatinitFoodandRcgula PQQra 4.1A tflj "ngmcSlomarhsandlkiwclsof iJOOXB UltJ VX ; Brastpaaaaasi g AH v I Promotes Digcslion, korful- UT R ness and Rest Contains neither f rAtP g Opium. Morphine nor Mineral Wl 1 1 Si Not Narcotic ftUiP H, Awv,. oW- YT (1 .( 1 lr I,, H-k.ll. S.Hs I 11 S, 1- a .fv h jjO Htnknf rr.n Afmnr I Sa ' S ;-;c Aperfect Remedy for Conslipa M 4f II O 0 Ml tion. Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, I V IV WWU nO Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- I fA A V;: ness and Loss of Sleep y II Pfir lllOr jt, Facsimile Signature of Wl V f III ( y?ha&. Thirtu Yoare fie The Centaur Company. I I l luulS 85 NEW YORK. iPRflSTflRfi XOiiarantecd underline Food.! ItfwBlJP II Ul IH Bxct Copy of Wrapper. ymm ... mm nmit. A JUSTIFIABLE EXPRE39ION. ' I ! - jt Inexperienced Caddie (after Mr. ' Toozle'b ftiltecnth miss) Shall I muke the 'oil' a big bigger, air?...

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 June 1909

; THE GARLAND GLOBE THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. I A.Wixom, . . Editor and MnKr. ( Telephone No 52 atared aa Moond-clua matter February 17. ItOS. at the poat office at Garland. Utah, under tk Act of Ooncraaa of March . 1879. Hubftcrlben who fall to receive their paper regularly, please notify thin office SATURDAY, JUNE ft. 10. Local Happenings. Felix Baird was in Hriyham Sunday. Dr. Rich made a flying trip to Ogden Wednesday. Miss Dollie Robinson was a Tremont visitor Monday. . R. L. Bush was in the county seat on business Tuesday. C E. Wilson spent last Satur , day and Sunday in Ogden. Frank iSearle was in the county seat on business Wednesday. Mosiah Evans was a passenger to the state capital Wednesday. W.J. Fife spent last Friday and Saturday in the state capital. Hear the Opera while you are in to conference at Brlgham, Sat. June 12th. 1 Mra. J. A. Mortensen was visiting relatives in Ogden Sun day. , J, S . Cantwell was in the county seat on legal business last Satur day. , ' ...

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. — 12 June 1909

H 0 " " . " II' I -,,. , -SJBB eeee THE GARLAND GLOBEE I 1 DEVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. No 19. Published at Oarlaiid, Utah. Saturday, Jnnc 12,1900 1 - Prohibition or Licensed Saloons? It's Up to the town Board A special itMlon of tho Town Board wm held at the Garland Amusement hall Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, for the purpose of considering two petitions presented In respect to the liquor ques tion and allowing i In supporters of both petitions an opportunity of thoroughly vontulatlng the questions Involved before final action is taken by the Hoard. Petition No. 1 was signed by 77, 26 of whom were residents of Garland. Peti tion No. 2 was signed by 47, all of whom were residents of Garland. Mayor J. C. Wheelon was in the chair Md all members of the board were pres ent. The Clerk read the petitions, which were duly signed by citizens of Garland and vicinity. Petition No. 1 requested aald board that the liquor license be raised to $1,600...

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. — 12 June 1909

(The Garland Globe Publlshsd Evsry Saturday at GARLAND UTAH ' Terms of Subscription: One year (In advance) $1.60 SI months 76 Three months .60 Advertising rates furnished on ep plication. J. A. Wlxom.... Editor and Mansger UTAH STATE NKWS The price of coal deliver d to res dences In Halt l,ake City has hoen reduced from $5 76 to $5 on a ion Seven thousand people witnessed the opening of the bicycle racing sea son In Salt Lake Cltv on Monday, May ft. A three day seslson of tlie second annual Episcopal convention or the dls.rlct of Utah was held In Ogden last week. Two boys, while playing In a hay barn at Scofleld. started a Ore which destroyed the barn and several tons of haled hay. The state pure food commissioner Is getting busy In Ogden with those accused of violating tho law In sell Ing Impure milk Utah's receipts for May amounted to only I41.438.UI. while the expendi tures were $198,499.28, according to the state treasurer. Twenty-three new residences hae been built at Oreen Riv...

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. — 12 June 1909

IThe Katydid Mine Swindle By an Ex-Operative of the Secret Service Captain Dickson's Own Story of Unearthing a Colossal Fraud a A Hpectors of the W P sCaa poa'-offlce depart I r ment look arter M m matters of fraudu fMssBsssaSPP tlif l"tBB2iP(-- Dickson on u cei sM' dropped In for 11 j Tf r quiet simiki' and a BBBBaafBSSBBSl K'ass but when a ease develops unuaual difficulties the ae rotservlce department Is railed upon. This does pot often happen, however, lor there la a lot of rivalry between these departments and not it little Jealousy. It la only as a last resort that our branch of the ma ihlnery of government Is brought Into requisition, and not until the post office inspectors have failed utterly. A case of this character occurred a few years ago in one of the larger western cities. It was a mining-case a company backed by $.r.0,000,000 capital stock and. to all appearances, It was a legitimate scheme. Among Its direc tors were four or five well known western mining men, one I ...

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. — 12 June 1909

Ei II 53BsgaB3arsg ,, fe Y . ,i-Mlii-') &&WA13Z? TvT fTCXOSZ? J NK momltiK long hk f W n well-dressed foreigner, f evidently an American fll A I tourist, was found dead H B I on tin' In 11 I J I street of Paris TwUted W "" B about tils neck was , a LtVBaeaaafjBBasaaaVaVaffl dirty Wt -TifTfJMM wnl' h '" ,i;"' ' " I BL aicfll K'ed; he had Inch brutal 4llr2?J.M 'v k'rked and beaten, ssBSBBaaTaaTaTaaTaTaTaTr ievernl knife wounds, any me of which would have killed him The unfortu nate man had been stripped of all money, Jewol ry and other valuables. 'I.es Apaches," said the police, stolidly "He should have known better than to go prowling about alone at night." And In the police records another murder was put on the score of the thugs of the "gay capital." Irls Is not proud of her Apuches. and the rest ut the world has known little of these criminal bauds, though theatergoers In many American title during the last season were given a glimpse of one phase of their life In the skil...

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. — 12 June 1909

I 7SerTal"? lya STORY CVJ I zitheH I) SMUGGLER! ELLA MIDDLETON TYBOUT Illustrations by Ray Walters I (BEMIWlt, iw;,bj J ii. i.'i,n.,,iti 5 SYNOPSIS. ! Three RlrlB KlliHl.pth, (lahrldlc ami Kllse -i.ii.vl r.a i mm. 1. 1. 1 to . i . 1 1. 1 Hi, I summer there, on heard steamei they were frightened liy an apparently dement ed stranger who finding n tin heliinglng to one of them, took enjoyment In scru tinizing n photo of the trio Bliss shared her stateroom with a Mm. Graham, also I. -.iiimI for Canada. The young women on a sightseeing tour nut Mm. Orulmm. anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. CHAPTER II Continued. "He wag to have been home by noon." she said, "and I have been .-t jukI in i: here two hour" Sailboats are treacherous, and Harry la so reck less. Ah!" The ejaculation was one of relief, as a while sail appeared and headed for the slip. "I'm coming to see you," I called, as we walked on, but the conclusion was , forced upon toe that she had forgotten my ...

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. — 12 June 1909

""J -Little Cruelty to Squirrel np a Converted I OrtUrerS Actress j y IVv I I I II SHANNON Actrasa. 1 1 h If K is nl ,n - ionic mi mIi hi which nmkc n vital impri'M'inn I T" I upon one and awiikonn n latent thought. For example, for I I years and yearn I wns ahle to look upon dumb animals oh im- ljHKj material servant of men. I never realized the Buffering of a PflfJPl hipped In ni ihi' -nii.m of .hi abandonee! cat, or the I I shocking brutality of lojr lighting. When Ins! I was in New kpVVflM ork I was walking in Central park, where my attention wns KAjJfM attracted to two heaiitiful hoys in costly ermine coats and es SMPIsaBwal cortcd by two nurses in quaint honnetri and gray cloaks. It whs mi interesting exhibit of luxuriotli infancy. Presently II lie larger of the hoys sjn'ed a squirrel mincing amid the dead leaves. He held out a candied chestnut and the animal, after considering the propo sition, approached the little hoy. When within reaching distance, the squirrel wan seized ...

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. — 12 June 1909

B I HE KNEW HOW TO PICK THEM Timminy Man's Double-Barreled Com- pllment Old Away with Thought of Hcttilltles. 1 The orchestra vwih playln loudly In one of the restaurants In Denver Col during the IXmoratlc n.itlonal' eon- I venllon. and the diner were talking loudly ho they might hear and be heard. At one table sat a beautiful woman and her escort and at the next tuhle a number of Tammany men Suddenly the orchegtra stopped bingl and a Tammany man'i voice rang out: "By (Jeorge. thafg a good looking woman! Id like to meet her.". The man at the next table, who was with the lady came over, tapped the I Tammany man on the shoulder and said frigidly: "8lr, that lady la mv wife.-' "Shake." said the Tammany man; "I am glue to meet you. You certainly are a good picker." And hostilities were averted. Sat urday Evening Post. SKIN ROUGH AS BARK. Baby Boy Had Intense Itching Humor Scratched Till Blood Ran. Found a Cure In Cutlcura. "Our son, two years old, wus afflicted with a rash. Artor he suf...

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. — 12 June 1909

; ' . ' ' ,: THE GARLAND GLOBE THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPBNDKNT. I A. Whom, . . Editor and Mner. Telephone No 52 Kntarwl aa snooml-claas matter February 17, 1MM, at tha post oBaes at Garland, Utah, undar the At of Oana-raaa of March 8, 187. Subscribers who fall to receive their papers regularly, please notify thli office SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1909. Local Happenings. Mosinh Evans was in the county seat Monday. Oscar Harris was a Brigham visitor Tuesday. R. G. Michaelis was in Cor inne on business Tuesday. B. F . Boothe returned Sunday night from a trip to Brigham, O. L. Winters spent Sunday in Ogden visiting with his family. G. W. Earl of Fielding gave this office a pleasant call Monday. Dr. C. W. Richards, Jr., left Sunday to visit relatives in Orange ville, Utah. Albert Hardy made a business trip to Salt Lake last Saturday returning Sunday. S. E. Baxter of Salt Lake City, father of R. E. Baxter, spent this week in Garland. Mrs. Lucy A. Clark returned Wednesday from a trip to Faim ington ...

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. — 19 June 1909

I I U m m m I I I wl I 1 1M jH m' ' "- - " .,-. ... .,,. - - -.. , ..i.-... I..- ,, ..-, ' ' i. , ,. ,,,, . i.. ... i T-i. . .'!' ," ' ."' " ' "tr ' "., I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THK GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M Vol.4. No 20. Published at liorland, Utah. Saturday, Jnnc 1 9, 1909 H Garland to Celebrate July 4th and 24th. At the mass meeting held at the hall last Sunday afternoon, it was unanimous ly decided to hiive I Grand 24th day of July Celebration. Another meeting will he held at the hall Sunday at 4 p. m. to name tho committees and discuss the matter of making the celebration one of the biggest the Hear River Valley ever had. All In attendance at the mass meeting hold Wednesday evening were heartily lu favor of having a celebration on the 4th of July. T. It. Edwards was chosen chairman of the meeting and Adolph Anderson secretary . The following were named a committee to arrange a celebra tion to consist of sports, games, dancing and amusements for children, base b...

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. — 19 June 1909

M The Garland Globe S Published Every Saturday at OAKLAND UTAH Terms of Subscription : One year (In advance) $1.50 Blx months 76 Three months .....!....!.! !bo Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. J. A. Wlxom.... Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS The people of WJIIard voted sol Idly against the state rapltol tax Harold Brooks, aged 6, fell from his fathers wagon. In Salt Iake City, tending squarely on hln head, his neck being broken. An elec.rle railway Is to he con structed from Plain City to Ogden. a portion of the grade having already been finished. Salt lake now has one of the most stringent set of regulations for the butchering and sale of meat of any city In the country. Central, a small town south of Richfield. Is engaged In laying a four Inch pipe line to a spring three miles out of town to secure a water supply for culinary purposes. Kalrvlew citizens have purchased six acres of ground which will be used as a public park, it being the Inten tion to provide a meetin...

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. — 19 June 1909

p Elephant Ivory and How It Is Obtained liy Capt. Fritz Duquesne ( nil. I'nl: DiiimsHf y,i.i born of Boer parents in South Africa, edu iiited in Europe (when he von con siderable distim lion us a swords timti), nml lini been a professional hinder of hg game most af his life. At the age of 17 he icas a veteran of the Kaffir liars. He served in the Hoer war and also in the Congo. In the recent events of South Africa's kaleidoscopic h xslonj ( 'apt. Duquesne took a conspicuous part, lie ail ed in lining capacities dining the hostilities lietween the Hoer and the British, heing in turn spy. military detective, engineer, censor, dispatch carrier and proKigandisl. He teas wounded twice in the fighting around I'olenso. When the British succeeded in cutting cable communi cation between the Boer republic and the rest of the world. Duquesne carried the news of the Boer victo ries over the Mozambique border, and from there he wrote dispatihes to the I'eiit Bleu, the official Euro pean organ of...

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. — 19 June 1909

I ! f The Clew of the Liquor Bottles Edited by William J. Bacon A True Story of the Secret Service, as Told by Capt. Dickson "JOMK years ago, hefore I be- (T came connected with the j I'nlted StmiH were' serv- Ice 10 the east, I was en JSJ Ked by a member of the $$? western express com Jw. panics to do some special 8()5a work for tli.-.n. heg.m H&gjf upt. Dickson 'My hend li j Quarters were in Denver A nnd my work, on the whole, MmIvh decidedly Interesting. BOne adventure In particu lar made me proud of my service tor our company, althoiiRh It wus largely I a matter of luck that brought about my success In that Instance. I am 11 Arm believer In luck, fm It plays an Important part In every man's lire, and ft has figured to a large extent In my own affairs. I am free to confess "A daring express robbery hud been committed in the western part of the state, near the Utah line, by three men. The messenger had h 'en mm dered and the passengers throughout the train robbed of all I heir...

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. — 19 June 1909

assssssssssssss. The Exceptional Equipment of the California Fig Syrup Co and the scientific attainment of its chemists have rendered possible the production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, in all of iu excellence, by outlining the pure pttdfe. innl principled of plants known to act most beneficially and combining Ibwa most skillfully, in the right proportions, with B' iU wholesome and refreshing Syrup of f California Figs. As there in only one genuine Syrup of 1'ign and Klixir of Senna and us the gen uine is manufactured by an original method known to the California I ig Syrup Co. only, it in always necessary to buy the genuine to get its iM'ncficial effects. A knowledge of the above facts enables one to decline imitations or to return them if, upon viewing the package, the full name of the California Kig Syrup Co is not found printed on the front thereof LOOKED A LITTLE UNSTABLE Body Servant of Qen. Mahone Doubt ful of the Qualities of Hie Master's "Props." Oen. Adalbert R. ...

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. — 19 June 1909

Modem Great Question Ideals Youn Men tiy JOHN A. HOWLAND OT every young man if going to make a biiccpm hI money JI getting. 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 that voting man ho trii'K harden! t 1 i no and who by the lau of averages an inevitably fails, must be Wmost grievniislv disappointed. Tbew are fai Is that were inescapable when society was on a far simpler basis and when the accumulation of ilOOOOO represented a fortune. They are facts to be multiplied by ten in this age when a million dollars does not make a rich man in the accepted term. Virtually the same ratio exists all down the line of accumulations from business and professional effort. "What medium line shall I fix upon in the choice of my life's work ?" to-day is one of the greatest questions which the young man has to answer for himaelf. Ordinarily it may be settled as fact that the young man entering the field of merchandising trade does so for the "money there is in it." He has decided to work for money only. He may have the merch...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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