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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 July 1909

. Thinking How Wonderfully Well it 8ulted Her Flower-Like Face. BYZllA MWDIXtOWTYBo! mrmfit iter tut unfftrr ro NTsp "IsrV? ILLUSTRATED BY JK1&S MAY WALTERS Sjy, SYNOPSIS. Thnp girls Elizabeth, Oabrlelle and Use started for t'unada to Hpend the USUBH Mure On hoard Htennn-r they Were-friKhti nrd by an apparently dement rd ctranKi'r. who, finding a ng beloriKlnK to one id' them, took enjoyment In si ru tlnlzlnt? a photo of the trio. Kllse shared her Internum with a Mm Graham, also bound for Canada. The young women on a, Hffhteeelrig tour met Mrs Oralutni, enviously awaiting her husband, who had u inn ida for sailing. Tluv were Intro duced to Lord Wilfrid and Lady Edith. A cottage by the ocean was rented by the trio for the summer. Elisabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men called, one of them being the iticer-ctln stranger on the Steamer The girls were "not at home," lit discovered by the cards left that OM of the men was Kllzabeth's father's friend Tin- ...

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. — 24 July 1909

H The Garland Globe B tKDBPBKDENT. fl J a.Wixom, . Editor and Mbit. H Telephone No 52 B MCIUPTIOWI OBC vii (in ml wince) 1 50 fl Six in. mllis .75 B Tlinc . .. ... K Advertising ratst furnlabed on up B pi Enteral as socond-cluHH mulUi- IVbruury 17. J l'JOii, at the pari "In" nt Garland, Utah, under the Art . r OoHsTMM of Murrli I, I ITt, H Bttbscrlbora who full in niche their H pspen regularly, pleate notify tola office I Cut Out the I Weeds Right H Now. M A IVw !' OUT citizens hnvr set H tli PM6 by cutting out the H weeds in front of their property H adjoining the town sidewalks. H Let's the rest of us follow suit H and go after the weeks like H "trojans" and make our town H sidewalks look resjtectahle. It H only takes a little effort coupled H with a spint of pride to make H our sidewalks look like a bright M new pin. Go to, and let us m chop out the weeds. Begin to- H day yesterday is gone, tomor- H row may never come; If you m have anything to do, get busy. I Special Eddi- tions...

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. — 24 July 1909

Local News Items. Joseph Wing wont to Lohi Tlnirsday. H. Boyd was transacting business in Salt Lake City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Parley Jensen and Miss Bolva Welling left yesterday to visit relatives in Provo. J ff; The "Champions" went to Brighani yesterday to play a friendly game of ball with the "BUbertaa." Poll account next I i eeue. A-Y-P Exposition Rates Via Oregon Short Line. .'!8.30 from Garland to Seattle and re turn; on sale daily commencing June 1st. Ask agents for further part icular. MySO-Oct? Miss Nina Winters of Ogden was an incoming passenger on Thursday night's train. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edwards returned Thursday night from . the Alaska-Yukon Exposition, having had a very enjoyable trip. Help for Those Who Have Stomach Trouble, After dyctoring for about twelve year for ii bad stomach trouble, and spending nearly five hundred dollars fof medacinc and doctors' fees, I purchased my wife one box of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, which did her so much good that s...

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. — 24 July 1909

H NOT THE BUTCHER'S FAULT. H I Mrs. Customer 'I'll at lamb you B h nt me, Mr. Stlntwaite, was the B largest and toughest I ever Raw. H ' Mr. Stint waite Tut, tut. It's that 1 boy been loitering again. 1 assure you, H when that joint left the shop it was H the swectst little leg of lamb you m could set eyes on, and I gave him B strict orders to deliver It at once be- B cause you wanted it young. M TOLD TO USE CUTICURA. H After Specialist Failed to Cure Her In- H tense Itching Eczema Had Beep H Tortured and Disfigured But H Was Soon Cured of Dread Humor. H "I contracted eczema and suffered H Intensely for about ten months. At H times I thought I would scratch my- H pelf to plceet. My ficc and arms wero H covered with large red patches, so B that I was ashamed to go out. I was advised to go to a doctor who was B u specialist in skin diseases, but I VM l-ecelvnd very little relief. I tried every known remedy, with the same results. I thought I would never get bet- J ter until a friend o...

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. — 24 July 1909

y I I AFTER I FOURYEARS I OF MISERY 3 Cured by Lydia E. Pink- Wp ham's Vegetable Compound '' Baltimore, Md. "For four years , my life was a misery to mo. I suffered - PRP'vimHi f rom Irregular!- flir I tes' terrible dl'-x- p JPSmBj?- extreme nervous! Yf.& pEx I ness a,1 that a K j a.H I Kue feeling in ray I L I 8tomacu- I had Is '' ' , Ijiven up lii- of B"4 '. ever being well I I when I l)egan to I take Lydia E.I "ink- f - ham's Vegetable Compound. Then PSl x feIfc as though ' ' new life had been givrm rae, and I am recommending it to all my friends." Mrs. W. 8. FORD, 19JW Lansdowno St, Baltimore, Md. ; The most successful remedy in this m, country for the cure of all forms of female complaints is Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. It has stood tho test of years and to-day is Jft more widely and successfully used than 8 any other female remedy. It has cured ak. thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflam I mation, ulceration, iibroid tumors, ir is r...

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. — 24 July 1909

H The Garland Globe. SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1000. fl Hurrah for the m Twenty-Fourth! H Here and There. H A nr.-ii porch lias bcon added H t' the club Saloon building. H Mack (Iroesberk lias secured H a job at Thomas' meat market. H B. F. Biter came over from H Logan Wednesday evening and H spent Thursday in town. H Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hush M went to Ogden Monday, return- M ing in the evening. B Miss Adu Bingham was the M winner of a tine vase and a B beautiful bouquet of flowers for m being the most attractively de- M corated lady at the Flower party m given by the Y. L. M. I. A. H fitake board at the Garland hall H last Friday evening. Mosiah H Evans, Mrs. C. II. Hales and H Mrs. Win. King were the judges. H Sorcuess of the muscles, whether In- H duccd by voilcnt axcrcisi- or injury, is j H quickly relieved by the free application H of Chamberlain's Liniment.. This lini- H -in-ill is equally valuable for muscular H rheumatism and always affords quick H relief. Sold by All Dealers. 1 The...

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. — 31 July 1909

, - Stye (Borlotd tote 5f I -" - ' "' " - - ' ' ' : . -. . ... . . , M . . - COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET - , - - -- .-t ' - i -, - ,. . . . , . . H Vol. 4. No 26. Published ot GorUind, Utah. Saturday, July 31, 1909 jH Pioneer Day's Doings nrasssin Garland I THE METROPOLIS OF THE BEAR RIVER I VALLEY GLORIOUSLY CELEBRATES I JULY TWENTY-FOURTH. We are fully satisfied that few towns in the state of Ctah had a bettor, more entlmsiastie or glorious celebration of Pio neer Day July LMth than did the little burg of Garland, the metropolis of the Hear River I Valley. EL From early dawn until mid Pi night, the day's doings was full K of special features which made the celebrati rousing ruc j cess from start to flmsh, The big guns announced the dawn f ingoflhe day and at sunrise M? old glory floated in the hree.e vL from every flag pole and busi- m ness house and most of our I;-, residents were tastefully decor ated in the national colors. Kast Garland's Military Rand r filled ...

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. — 31 July 1909

M The Garland Globe 1 Published Every Saturday t M QARLAND UTAH B Terma of Subscription: H On year (In advance) $1.5(1 H 81x months 76 H Three months 60 B Advertising- rates furnished on ap- H plication. H J. A. Wlxom.... IdRer and Manager H UTAH STATE NEWS H Work la to begin In the near future B on a new flour mill at Payson. H Bingham la to have a free delivery H eyatem, two carriers to be employed) B That Colorado will send a big H crowd to the O. A. K. encampment, H to be held In Salt Lake City, la evl- denced by the spirit of the press or H that B Mrs. ('. I). Reynolds, 20 years old, H died In Salt Ike City last week 1 from smallpox. None of the other H members of the family has con- B tracted the disease. H City Kecorder Ernest I). Drown, of H Ogden, Is dead after an Illness dat- H Inr from last January. He was a na- H tlve of Ogden, and had been honored B with a number of public lxisltlons. H It is announced that the Pcnnsyl- H vim in veterans are coming to the Q. H A. R, enc...

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. — 31 July 1909

BYTllA mDmjTONTYBW JZZUSTRA1ZD BY VS! jur waiters -22323 8YNOP8IS. Throe girls Elizabeth. Oabrlello and Ellee etnrtcil for Canada to spend the summer there. On board steamer they Were frightened by an apparently dement ed atranaer, who, finding a bag belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru tinizing a photo of the trio. Kline ahared her atateroom with a Mrs. Oraliam, also, bound for Canada. The young women on a NlKhiKeeinu tour met Mrs. ilmham, anxiously awaiting her husband, who had a mania for sailing. They were Intro duced to Ixrd Wilfrid and l.ady Edith. A cottage by the ocean waa rented by the ttlo for the summer. Elisabeth learned that a friend of her father's was to call. Two men tailed, one of them being the queer-acting stranger on the teamcr. The girls were "not nt home," but dlsoovtrcd by the cards left thnt one of the men waa Elizabeth's father's friend. The men proved to he John C. Blake and Gordon Hennett. The party was told of the aearch for smugglers. In the ...

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. — 31 July 1909

H The Garland Globe H tKDBPBNDENT, B I A. WlXOM, Editoi nml Mnirr. H Telephone No 52 H : H One yem (in sdvaoce) -I ..ii m Six nw.nl lis .75 H Tbras months .... .... H Advertising ratM fiirnMii (I m up PPH Rntv.i.l M m-cund-clas.1 niultvr February 17, ltfOii, at the pout (.nice at Garland, Utah, under H tho Act of Corftmn of M.irc h I, 1H79. H Subscribers who tail to rsottvs their H papers regularly, pleaM notify this office Letter From Clarence Austin. H Leiden, Holland,. July It, 1901, H Editor (larliind Olobfl, H a- it hat iiri'ii some time allies l test H you a few Hiitm for publication, and I B have at present a few momenta to apart, M I will endeavor to forward you. a few H lines. I might start out liy milling tbat I was transferee! from my first I. nun h at B Nijinegeu to tbe present braucb Leiden, H which is in tbe Rotterdam conference, M under tbe supervision of Hro. O. 8. New Ll ton, Who is nctiii" as Conference Pres- B iilint for tbe time being. Am laboring H witb Hro. I) ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 31 July 1909

i Elbertas r Coming. The Brigham Klbertas arc Doming to town today to give the Champions a hard rub. The game is called for .'.:ir p. in. at tho City Park and promsics to bo one of the best contest of the season. Don't miss the game. v L. S. C. C. At the home of Mrs. Mary Robinson Wednesday afternoon, the regular meeting of the Ladies' Self-Culture Club was held. Preat. Lettie Lant presid-1 ed and the roll call showed !) members present. The follow ladies were guests of the Club: Mesdames Barbara Rogers, Zella Van Leuvan, Maggie Hansen, Lizzie Edwards, Emma Hardy and May Jensen. "The Man on the Box" was read to all present by Mrs. Annie Munns. Delicate refreshments were served and the Club adjourned for two weeks to meet at the home of Mrs. J. T. Lant. Help lor Those Who Have Stomach Trouble. After dyctoring for about twelve year for n bad stomach trouble, and spending nearly five hundred dollars fof tnedacine and doctors' fees, I purchased my wife one box of Chamberlain's 8tomacu a...

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. — 31 July 1909

H tL WPKof-y-AGUARANTLL M "The Gleam of a Moonbeam on M the Water." HHj This is one description of a din- HHj mond, the most beautiful jewel on HH earth. $150.00 per carat will buy HHJ perfect cut, flawless diamond now. HH Stock is limited. Advance certain. As- HHj aortment of sizes. Each stone guar HHJ B " iain it. HI SALT LAKE CUT. UTAH. bHHH 1"i A T1 1"" XT' TO Advice it to pii-ni- PATENTS ss r,:X'r HH 5i lttco and ascription of your invention. HHjl Harry J. Robin.on, Attorney it Law and Solicitor HB i P.t-nti. 304 5 Ml a Bu.l.lm,. Salt Lake City M ARE ILL-MATED COMPANIONS HB Remarkable Fact That Humor am' HH Melancholy Seem Fond of Each HB Other's Company. BHJ Too often humor and melancholy go HB together. They keep company like a HB girl who likes to dance, and a fellow HB who writes nice, gloomy poetry. They HH fi tied together, but they don't hitch. H They sympathize like oil and water HB not. They tell us that some of the Hl newspaper humorists, who actually HH make people l...

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. — 31 July 1909

THE OBJECT HE HAD IN VIEW Farmer Had Not Much Expectation of Turkeys, But He Was Not Losing Anything. A Rhode Island farmer set a ban- tnm hen on 14 turkey prrs, nnd ureat was the scandal thereof throughout the neighborhood. Friends from far and near dropped In for to see and for to admire the freakish feat. "Sa-ay, Silas," asked envious Hiram j Haggers, "haow many turkeys d' yew cal'late ter git outer them algs?" '- "Oh, shucks!" Silas answered. "I ain't cal'latin' V git many turkeys. I Jest admire V see that pesky little critter a-spreadin' herself." Harper's Weekly. WHY, OF COURSE. I rr JsiBEm A-ss BsW vTj ! sV ' ''aBV BBBBBtl V aaaaral P- 1 ''H 1 Aasaau j vJO "Farmer, which of those cows of yours gives the buttermilk?" "None of 'em. The goat" He Bit. The city man was jogging on to ward th- summer boarding-house in a rickety old wagon. The driver was glum and far from entertaining, and y the city man felt rather lonely. "Fine field over there," he ventured, ' after a long silence...

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. — 31 July 1909

The Garland Globe. H SATURDAY, JULY 81, 1009. H Here and There. m J, F. Owens' and Eph Coombs M wont tr Ogdon and Salt Lake m on business Thursday. M Mrs. Annie Wallis returned m to her home in Mount Pleasant H Thursday. M Mr. and Mrs. .hunt's OttlT and M ehildren of Idaho Falls, who fl have boon visiting in town the m guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. H Olcasdii, returned home Thurs- M Barbed wire at Wilson's, m Tremonton. $2.75 for black, H $:?.00 for galvanised; 80c per H gallon for linseed oil. How M does this compare with the H other fellow t Wilson Lumber M Co., Tremonton, I'tah. 1t H Soreoess of the muscles, whether in- E duoed by vollent exercise or injury, Is H quickly relieved by (lie tree application H of Chamberlain's Liniment. This lini- H nii'iit is equally n I it libit- for muscular 1 rlieumatism and always affords quick M relief. Hold ly All Dealers. M Tsnacson, Cook and Co. of H East Garland purchased a new H T. I. Case thresher and horse power from the 0. W. & M. Co...

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. — 7 August 1909

l)e at!ati& QNobe I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET M J - - r" ' H Vol.4. No 27. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 7, 1909 H Town Board Meetings. The Garland Town Hoard met in special session at the Town hall last Friday evening, July .'Oth. Full board present. At this meeting T. L. Snook, who has been the town marshal for the past thirteen months, was released from duty and Albert Hales appointed as the new town marshal. Marshal Hales began duty July .'11 . The Hoard met in regular session at the Town hall Tues day evening Aug. , 3rd, All members present except Trus tees Komsen and Edwards. The report of Ex-Marshal T. L. Snook was gone over and re turned for adjust ment and the elerk instructed to cheek ac counts of T. L. Snook before next regular meeting. A number of bills were allow ed and ordered paid. Adjourn ed. Wednesday evening the Hoard met in an adjourned session. All members present except Trustees Winters and Somsen. Peter .Jensen was allowed 06....

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. — 7 August 1909

H The Garland Globe H J. A. Wlxom, Editor A Manager. H GARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS H The new block system between Rait H Lake City and Ogdcn on the Oregon H Rhnrt Line railroad, was put In com- m mission last week. B Jacob Jarolmon, who was run down H by a street ear near Murray and He- H Terely Injured, haw lout his icaBon us H a result of his terrible experience. H Oovernor William Spry will be H asked to declare Q, A. R. parade day. H Augnrt 11, a holiday, according to a H resolution adopted by the (). A. R. H committee. H In a fit of despondency .lobn IngO, H A Finn living In Bingham, plnced the H muzzle of a .32 caliber revolver be- H tween his teeth and sent a bullet H crushing Into his brain H Tiie examinuiloUH of school leach- H rs tor stale certificates and dlpl IfflU H will be held at Halt bake City. I.ocn-i. H ProTO and Mantl Krldav and Satur H diy. September .1 and Sept ember 1. 1 Until the location Tor the new fl 100,000 freight depot is definitely H sett led, the work...

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. — 7 August 1909

inbbus aaaaasMsasjt aas.assass.ai J j Product Libby's Vienna Sausage k distinctly different from any other sausage you ever tasted. luit try one can and it ia sure to become a meal-time necessity, to be served at frequent interval. Ubhy'm Vienna Saw BMffO just suits for breakfast, is fine for luncheon and satisfies at dinner or supper. Like all of Libby's Food Products it is care fully cooked and prepared, ready to-serve, in Ubhy'm Groat White Kltohnn- the I cleanest, .most scientific kitchen in 1 the world. Olhrr popular, ready-to servs j Libby Pure Foods are: Oooked Oonnod Bonf rBWtew Dried Beef I Veal Loaf Evaporated MIHt Baked Boanm Ohow Ohow Mixed Ploklos Write for free booklet, "How to make Good Things to Eat". Insist on Libby's at your grocers. Llbby, MoNolll X Llbby Chicago YOU NEVER KNOW YOUR LUCK. C3 - mm -' 8he Yen, they are engaged. 1 know she refused him twice, but the third time he proposed she accepted him. Her Husband Served him right. The Force of Habit. One of the ...

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. — 7 August 1909

H The Garland Globe H INDEPKNOKNT. H I A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. M Telephone No 52 H 1 1 km ok lUMtuniM! H One year (In whance) $150 M Six months 7r B Three montha '"' JK Advtrthtog ml'-- furnished on np m piicittion. R Entered as necotul -claim matter February 17. R l'.KUi. at llii- pmt office lit Cm hind. Utah, under H the Act of ConffmaH of March S. 1R79 H Bttbtnibm who full to receive their H papers regularly, plesM notify this office H If yon put a sign over your door H you me un advertiser, nays the Cen- H tertrurg (().) Gasetto. The sign is in H tended to n1erlUe our blUlllMM to tbo B people who puss by, An adverlisinrnt BH in a reliable paper is many thousand HHJ .signs spnnil otci' many miles j011 HBJ canM carry eveiyliody to our sign, bill HHJ the MWapspei inn cm i your sign to HBJ one of tin' richest iyyog rayhleal rran BBl that we have ever Hecn and that In a BBl piililicntliin tor printers, appears in the BBi July number of the National Printer BBJ Journalist,. In ...

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. — 7 August 1909

rx I mm Here and There. J. F. Featherstone of Salt Lake, on a return trip from Logan in his Cadillac touring ear, spent a few hours in Gar land last Saturday. Burdett Smith has severed his connection with Jensen Bros, and Felix Baird has been promoted to the position vacat- y ed in the Furniture store. Mrs. L. O. Johnson went to Brigham Wednesday to spend a few days. She was accompani ed by Mrs. Lucius Johnson, who has been visiting in this city. SACKS FOR BALE We have just received a carload of wheat, oat and barley sacks which we bought at a bargain and can furnish you with good sacks cheaper than you can buy them anywhere in the state. Come and see us before you buy. Garland Milling Co., Garland, Utah, R. G. Michaelis, Mgr. tf IA-Y-r" Exposition Rates Via Oregon Short Line. 938.80 from Garland to Seattle and re turn; on sale dally commencing June 1st. Ask agents for further part iculars. My 29-Oct? The Crime of Idleness. Idleness means trouble for any one. Its the same wit li a l...

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. — 7 August 1909

H H DDDDDDaDDDDDDDDDDDDD I ANGEL PARADISE B By George Edwin Hunt H DDDDDDDDDGDDDDaDDDDDDDDDDDD PNH (Copyright, by J. H. I.lppli Co.) H Lonesome I ii: hi. urn imiii I gat 111 H comfortable leather chillis before the B open fireplace in the club rotunda. H The talk bail been of Paradise J I'.i . .nil: Arizona, whore lonesome ! VJ hail spent Home years as cow-punch- J er and miner before he made hi H stake In hi hand was n letter from I B Illg Hill Jcrnigan, an old comrade Of J those days, now known aH the Hon. J William .leinlgan, member of con- 1 gross from the sovereign Mate, of VJ Mo hi in, i Lonesome was reminiscent, J and when ol.nesonie Ih reminiscent It Vj behooved his friends to keep silence J and I'.in' heed. I knew my cue, and J this story was my reward. M The lion. William .Ionian! Think B of It! Old long-legged I '.Ik Mill .lernl H gan! Well, there's heiijis worse at H Washington. Did I ever tell yon about j V the time Mill and I made laces at each V other? .No? It happene...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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