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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 June 1906

i JBJ " I SUIIAW BEATS I BttJO DEW I . Horrible Crime of an Indian WomanJWIio Was Bent Upon -Revenge. I & ' r H Theftlother, Escapes .rom Infuriated Savage, But 17-Mortths-Old Child fl. U Beaten to Death and Left !t by, Wie Roadside. ' 1 ?y$ Yrokn,fCal. While rldliiRJIn ujbug- By wM her two small children,1" In H Willow, Creek vulloy, Mrs. William I Deal? tlio wifo of 'it ranchman, was stopped In the road b.v Dora Chlpp, nn Indian woman, who pulled the brldlo from tho horse nnd fiercely attacked Mt Mrs.0 Deal when tho latter grit out of tho buggy. Mrs. Ileal fled to a house, pursued by tho Infuriated Indian wo H nian.jho fired flvo shots Into tho H housonf tor Mrs Ileal had locked' her TJ eclf In. Ono bullet grazed Mrs. Beat's H chlnf A little Inter Amos nichardson, a neighbor, found tho youngest chlld,17 a months of ago, dead In tho road by tho aide of tho buggy, lis head terribly fl crushed nnd beaten, Tho other child HJ escaped. HH People arc searching"' tho country Hi, for t...

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. — 23 June 1906

I 'BB I B m y 7 srffa BS Gittyztttw, Gozmap In all tho world nothing stirs tho. P tlooil or excites tho Imagination bo much as a search for hidden treasure. In Action or In fact nothing is so en H trancing. H At present several Interesting treas- HJ ure hunts are unilor way. In tho lit- H tlo bay of Tobermory, on tho west Hj coast of Scotland, a syndicate Is en- HJ dcavorlng to reach tho strong box of H a sunken ship of the Spanish armada IH which plunged beneath those waters with wealth estimated at $15,000,000. HJ Efforts are being mado to ralsa a Hi British warship which was sunk In HJ Dalaklava bay during tho Crimean HJ war. Those at the head of this en HJ terprlso expect to reap a golden liar BB vest of $3,000,000. In prosy England HV tho marshes of tho Wash are being HR explored for the royal jewels and HH treasure of King John, which were HB lost by him during his night in 1210. HH Into almost every clime and to HH thrilling adventures the golden Ignis H fatuus of hidden trea...

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. — 23 June 1906

HPfl I LHHHIIIIIIH aaBBBBBafl LLH i - M The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H QARLAND UTAH, Terma of Subscription: H One rear (la adrance) Jl.GO H Six montha 7E B Three months 60 H Advertising rate furnished on up- fl plication. B Entered aa second-class matter H rebruai7 17, 1808, at the postofflco at H Oarla&d, Utah, nnder the Aot of Don- fl areas of Mareh 8, 1879. H il. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS fl The people of Divls county hnvo do- H elded to hold a county fnlr thlR fall. Moab la to hnvo a real llvu Fourth , of July celebration for tlio Unit time H In several years. H Fred Duke, orciI 14, fell under a H moving freight Irnln at I'rovo, his luft foot being crushed. H About 1,000 people attended tho an- H nual outing of tho Muck. Ilnwk Indian war vctcmns at Lagoon last week. H Juno 21 Is Eagles' state day, when H the members from tho different lodges H will meet In Bait Lake and celebrate. H Ernest Day of Bountiful fell from u H i Lagoon trai...

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. — 23 June 1906

Iff "'H HK HI JK YOUTH'S HERITAGE. HI "Ti'",or,l5s mine'" wW tBe roflrKratvre. Come, show me the thing that I onnot K For the god of the world U a god of gold, I have gold, gold, gold-and a god am I!" Bfl 'The world ! mine," cried the eager jf , youth, Hi '.Though never a penny of wealth have II M Ail doors stand wide and all roads are free. M I have youth, youth, youth and you can- not buyl'r Isabel E. MacUy, in Youth' Com- fi pamon. B Qupid aria hrau pjairs H B J0J4. II E pretty grny-halrcd lady Hi M rn 1 h1b'1C(1 "i never really BB fi "T1 8 had n fair chance nt part SB It JH ridge before," she said. In- flj TT dleatlng her well-filled Jj plate with n pathetic smile. t "I have n fellow-felling," she con- V tluucd, "for that old gentleman who V Bald that the wing of the chicken was J doubtless the very nicest portion of ff all, but that he had never tasted It. When ho was young the old people wore supposed to monopolize It, and now that he had grown old, ho said, it had to be reser...

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. — 23 June 1906

HHT" f( hh n H HH ;' Hfl HH H HH Ihi M ; H , SAVES BROTHER FROM DEATH BY ICY PLUNGE, M , Ranchman Carried Sown Stream by M Current Spends Houra on Tret H Before Help Comes. H Chambcrlnln, S. D. Only tho cour- HH age of his brother, Edward, and I1I3 M ' own Ondurano paved Charles Larnbc, H a prominent rancher living In the, H northern part of Gregory county, from 1 death by drowning. I.aralie was at- H tempting to ford Whotstooo creek, H which was at Hood, and tho ftrong M current swept both horse nml man M iown the stream. Seeing that his M horue could make no headway, Larabe HH , I ' attempted to dismount. His foot caught H , i In the stirrup, however, and he could HH ( fWtmiMh, HH -s-SgS- H WITH A HOI'K' I:KU IN 1IIH MOUTH HH me wi:nt to his huotiiku's HH ASSISTANCE. M not rcmovo it. Tho horso was rapidly H being carried down tho stream and HH was becoming exhausted. Laraba H managed to g;t his knlfo out and open HH It, and by the exerclso of consider- H 1 ublo Ingenuity succeeded...

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. — 23 June 1906

BK Suggesting Safe Course, M McPlbb That fellow Huskte called M Newltt Ycs7 j "Yes. What would you do about K it?" ' f m "Well, If I were you, I'd make it a B point always to tell the truth waea he'a around. Catholic Standard. H Music for Neighbors. HK "I've got to practice on the piano five K hours a day," said the disconsolate B small girl. V "What for?" HK " 'Cause mother and father don't like . our new neighbors." Washlnt j v Star. m Care of Oilcloth. K Oilcloth thould ncpr be scrubbed with m' a stlfl bruah or washed with strong soap. BM Homme nil dirt by carefully sweeping with j a soft hair brush, 'ilicn wash until clean k with tepid water and Ivory Soap, -Hint fBB with clear water to which lian been added IbsBbK a tcnt-poonful of kcrospni Polish with a l dry cloth. KLKANOK U. l'AUKKU. H Bad Effect of Athletics. B "This man," explained the hospital K doctor, "is the victim of athletics." H "Ah, overtrained, I suppose." H "No, ho never trained a bit. The H fellow who hit him ha...

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. — 23 June 1906

r i ,J I THE GARLAND GLOBE H I ' ! THE GARLAND GLOBE. H t INDEPENDENT. M i, J A. Wixoif, . . Editor and Mngr. Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wyatt'e Butcher Shop.) 1 Entered iecond-elae matter Fobruary IT, B KM, at the poet office at Garland, Utah, under Hi the Act of Cororreea of March t, 1879. B Saturday, June 23, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. H jj M. A.Llshof Dcweyvllle was seen on H I I' our itrecta Tuesday. H f t R. 0. Fryer of Dowoyvlllo wssa Gar- H )i land visitor Monday. H jj Mm A.MuricanddaugterMoua spent H Tuesday in Ogdcn. H I .l.C. Whcclon paid Logan a visit tho H foro part of the week. H J. A. Rostan of Montpeller, Ida., spent H )' Saturday last In this city. H j John Burns of Fielding spent a few H, ,. days In this city this week. H The Misses Sarah and Ada Fowler were H Brlgbam visitors Sunday last. H Master J Roscoe Evans has secured a H position at niter Bros. Drug Store. H For Saw on Trade Two Mowing H MachinM. Apply to J. Y.Jensen. 2t H Ruth Clayton's baby fell Into a tre...

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. — 30 June 1906

BB BBB BB - i i) BB BBB BBi BBB1 BB ' ' BBB BB ; BBJ BH' flBBl I f THE GARLAND GLOBE "Mm, I H ' DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' fl B i ......., , I, ,.M , . ,. . , i in . i . . ... . . i , I, , ...--' , - i. -- - - i i i ,, , , . . 1. 1 .,, . , 1 H Vol. I. No. 21. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, June 30, 1906 r B Brigham Braves HE vs. Garland Gladiators bbb? B BIG CONTEST TO-DAY. B Tie Sugar LaddUs Will Make Preserves B of the Strawberry Boys at the B Athletic Park Ball Grounds at B 0:80 p.m. Come out, ye citizens and base hall BB fans, thore's going to be baas ball at the BB Athletic Park to-day that you read Bflt about. Id the recent contents "good BF1 luck" has paved tbo pathway of Brig- BB gain's uioe and hoisted the flag of victory BB thbt must and shall not wave forever. SB Our home team has been doing snmo BB hard practice work the past few days BB and to-day's contest promises to be the BB most enthusiastic gamo of the season. BB C...

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. — 30 June 1906

f : I n i If CENTRISTS II I IN THE CHOHUS All Parties United in Demand- H ; in? Resignation of the H Russian Cabinet. H ' Claim That Present Officials Can Do H Nothing for Pacification of Coun- m try, and Should De Replaced m by Another Cabinet. M i H , St Petersburg. Tho conservative H centrist pnrty In tho council of tho cm- m plro orgnnlzod recently with the pur- M pose of attempting to stipplnnt tho Gor- M emykln ministry by n cabinet chosen M ' ' from tho Octobcrlst, tho Domocrntio M Reform and tlio Constitutional Dorao- M ' cratlc parties, havo joined In tho cho- M rus demanding the resignation of th M oablnot. M. Ycrmoloff, formerly mlnls- m ter of agriculture, has given out nn In- B torvlcw snylng tho present situation Is M Impossible nnd that It In evident thai M 1, If tho actual ministry can do nnthlnn B ( for the pacification of tho country It H l hould bo replaced by a cabinet In M which the mora modorato elements of B )., parliament are given places. The sit- M r nation...

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. — 30 June 1906

BB BBJ bV v bbb bBbh bbbbb bbbV vbYbYbvJ bh I I 1 1 B M I 1 wBaMwBfL 1 1 1 miJilllMl BB Brooklyn. There aro thrco new, BB beautiful houses In Brooklyn that BB hear "For Salo" signs In their win- BB (lows. There uro three disconsolate BK young architects who built these BB houses, but who nover go near thorn. B And In a Uttlo thrco-room Hut In the B Flatbush district Mr. and Mrs. CUve BB x Stevenson uro happy. B It was for Mrs. CUve 'Stevenson that H the three homes were built or rather BBJ for Miss Helen Strain. Or rather, to BBJ o CXilct ono was built for Mrs. Hen- H ry L. Ryder, another for Mrs. Noble B T. Shaw, and yet another for Mrs. M. B L. Pettinglll. Dut then Mrs. Steven- B son, Miss Strain, Mrs. Ryder, Mrs. B Shaw and Mrs. Pettinglll aro all tho BB same person. She was Miss Strain, BB oho became Mrs. Stevenson, and tho Jl 'thrco architects who built tho three houses expected her to become Mrs. bbs Ryder, Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Pettinglll. BBJ Was a Spoiled Beauty. BBJ 'BS strai...

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. — 30 June 1906

I' H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H OAKLAND UTAH, H Term of Subscription: M One yr (ta advance) $1.60 H Btx BOntha 76 M Three months 50 H Advertising ratea furnished on ap- H stlioatlon. H Entered aa aeoond-claas matter H Wbruarr 17, 1900, at the postofflco at M Garland, Utah, under the Aot of Con- H treis at Mure t, 1879. M tf. A. Wlxom .... Kdltor and Manager H UTAH STATE NEWS 8pringvillo pcuplo aro preparing for a monster culebratlon ot tho Fourth of H July. H The prospects (or a bounteous hnr H Tost In Cacho vnllcy havo never been H brighter. H Clara licit, a young lrl of Ogden, M was seriously Injured, being thrown B from a horao. M Harvesting has begun tit St. Ocorge, B and apricots, appleB and other fruits M are ripening. H Tho animal tncotlng of tho Utah M Btnto Dental association was hold In M Ofcdcn last week. H Thcro Is n movomont on foot at ?rovo to hnvo tho city build and own M an electric light plant. M Doll Epperson, who roll fium n swing H In one o...

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. — 30 June 1906

1 jbb I ;S0AD'Mi: 'MAKING OF (GOOD ROADS. HJ .Methods Applltd 'Successfully by a HJ Boad Supervisor of State Hj of Nebraska. HJ I hare been road supervisor In this Hj locality nnd hnvo used tho King mc - H od of Improving our bottom roads, H Writes a Nebraska correspondent of H tho Rural New Yorker. Ah the road HJ drag does not give satisfaction on level HJ roads, It Is most essential to grade H roads, so ns to give a good dinln from H. center to ditch. Remove nil rocks nnd HJ roots possible, and sea that water docs Hj not stand In ditches more than Is ncc- 1 3J2 7jp H tiii; noAD diiao. H cssary, on account of not being able 'to Hj drain them. After ovcry r.iln, as boon J as ground is crumbly, hitch up to a H drag, stand It so as to work dirt to H ward center of road, and you will soon 4 ico n difference In tho roads; they will BJ not get as muddy, or bo cut up as bad- Hj ly ns before. M As to the construction of drag, which H must bo mado of good strong material, Hi It requires two...

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. — 30 June 1906

H H t H H BBWiiM(nBaBBBaaBBBHManiaaBBaaHaainanMMn-',aa ira iYcouirw!fisor I fi TntcSw&jijNDor ! L LIBERTY, OfTliEtlSIMGr H sSiJIli:rhc blrihoflfceUom on jhli Continent the jvUeMottrjtlers of jho-JUlUwfpro- H cltlmtdpaTfchrinlntmlrno? ihiyfibcriyJjuatlly' dnd lujllce H might be nof&nUhcd Irom ihVtJnU. "W ST'' H 'They proclaimed ihil ihe cile scream; H Tht thecannonj roar;, ' r v v 7 4 H AT5Ey(th6uld tftseJjMw be o A;l)22c) NQTnft5$ LC And 'lie b'e Mfl V ? 5iW '$ taJJU KX H Tft ll Jlii Wye rcmcmbctbX vi'.:MnR HccnoralJL , rJSlili 1H iijuW'rHfie biipd. J-- w vj iOi RnWS ilviH And lhT?arrrTUi! still nic Jnj 'ailShjufl Wr ineiiii.) Y5fGWET B The MllUho$cjopliecrdlllQnMrir ,anidMrSr) M v( H oreeMnXclous.trJ Jtfi2ffl 9JjM7ffSi WfvYilLl H the Rr.filnSNofWUK U7VS4j7K y SMVpM H Ind thf lAanyvlIsS ilHiNeem lo Have 'coMQo, js. pV U l ?) P H O'eWiWsJr liCodAPeopgn-i iASu H OuiCjAteiijIjyoiint,--! fZJr rr (A H-" "v lX H AnfeyhMld'Cat therfjljjh c) m.T' v H Remember tHtiJlhe (tnfiercthl be...

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. — 30 June 1906

MMBHBIM I b ! p o flpipipipi Hl i H iH IH J!jasr ni " 'jBMp. f . pYhatJoyTheyBmI I ! To Every Home j Ias'with Joyous hearts and smiling faces they romp and play when In health and how conducive to health the games In which they indulge, the outdoor life they I enjoy, the cleanly, regular habits they should be taught to form and the wholesome diet of which they should partake. How tenderly their health should be preserved, 1 not by constant medication, but by careful avoidance of every medicine of an tniurl- I ous or objectionable nature, and if at any time a remedial agent is required, to assist nature, only those of known excellence should be used; remedies which are pure and wholesome and truly beneficial In effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy, Syrup of Figs, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. Syrup of Figs has come into general favor in many millions of well Informed families, whose estimate of Its quality and excellence is based upon personal knowledge and use. S...

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. — 30 June 1906

bbH bbbbI H THE GARLAND GLOBE M I THE GARLAND GLOBE. M INDEPENDENT. H J A. Whom, . . Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Formorly Wyatt'a Butcher Shop.) H EnUrad aa atcond-claaa nutter February 17, H 19M, at the pott office at Garland. Utah, under H the Act of Congreaa of March 3, 1879. M Saturday, June 30, 1906 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Miss Minnie Hay went to Knit Lake B Sunday. W. Ii. Grover was in Dcwoyvlllo 011 H bualncaa, Tuesday. M Mrs. Ursel Roie spent Monday and H Tuesday In Fielding. M Will Perkins returned from n visit to H Bait Lako City Sunday. M D. F. Idler and J. A. Rostan were 1 town vlsltora Thursday. M Levi J Somscn has hecn on the sick bbH Hit a few davil this wrnk. M Miss Alta Jolly is the guest of her ala- M tcr Mrs. Eugene Clayton. B Mrs. W. J. Fife was a Logan visitor M Wednesday and Thursday. M Miss Mary drover has secured a posl- H tion at tho Hank of Garland. M Miss Jones of Heaver, Miter of Mrs. H Bacon, is visiting in this city. M fjf Brigham Firo Dept. t...

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 July 1906

i ! I fi5? I rl P lil I l ri II I w I II rv m swk B ca-tfswasiswa J 1 1 j 1H-L l MfrA 1 M mlf" W 1 1JP J sasaaaa H H LEV01ED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H H Vol. 1 . No. 22. Published at Gorlond, Utoh. Saturday, July 7, 1906 M I Lehi's Glorious I Celebration I ...3-Day Record Breaker... H The celebration of July 3rd, 4tb and H 5th at Lehi, eclipsed all previous records H and proved to bo an event long to be H remembered by the pcoplo of tbat city H and the citizens of Garland who gavo H their support in making it truly a "Mnm- H moth Celebration." Those in attend H ancc from thlg city pronounced it the H most successful affair ever held in Unit H place. Much credit is duo tbo commutes H who arranged tho program for their H sealous and united efforts in making tho H affair a thorough success from begin- H nlng to end. H July 8rd H When tho Garland train pulled Into H Lohl, 200 people were at the depot to M i hid our citizens welcome Tho bnnds at H cam ...

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 July 1906

w " h I HOLDING II I RELIEF FIDS Portland Committee Hard- ened Their Hearts Against I San Francisco Sufferers Bfl Mayor Lane Dissatisfied With Actions Bfl of Committee and Threatens to Bfl Call Meeting of Subscribers to Bfl Relief Fund to Denounce Dlla- Bfl tory Tactics, pfl rortlnnd, Oro. Mnyor Hnrry K. B Lnno linH discharged the relief corn el mltto organized In this city Immo Bfl dlntoly following (tin San Frnnclsco Bfl disaster fur tlio purpose of raising nnd Bfl disbursing funds for tlio nld of tlio HB San Francisco lira Biiffarnrs. BJ Tlio commlttco linn on hnnd cnsli Bfl nvnllablo nmountlng to $I8.!)2I, and n Bfl further sum In Lowls & Clnrk expo Bfl nit Inn dividends, donated by stock Bfl holders, to tlio nniount of ?1S,-10S. HB Mnyor l.nno tins been dlssntlsllcd Bfl with tlio notions of tlio commlttco for Bfl ft long time, nnd tins Eovcrcly crltl Bfl clscd It becniiBO of Kb dilatory tnctlcs Bfl In forv.-nrdlng the money to the pco Bfl plo of Ban Francisco. Bfl Lotters h...

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 July 1906

H wflB. I J B V MAR Y gEVEREUX - ' WTH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DOM C. WILSON CHAPTER XXII. Continued. "If they'll not come out, then we can kill them through the door!" somo ono shouted, when there came the rush of a tall, sinewy form, whose Impetus knocked tho rioters right and left. There was a flash of glittering steel, as Lafitto struck the hand of a man applying tho match, and a spout of blood extinguished the flamo ns tho match fell to tho ground. "Tako that, for a warning, you mil- tlnous scoundrels, who seek to mur- der unarmed men!" shouted a volco trembling with rago such ns was rare- ly manifested. "Disperse, you cow- ards, bc-roro I count five, or you shall I be riddled of legs as well ns hands." I Tho would-be murderers slunk away I and In ten minutes nil was quiet ns I though nothing untoward had hap I pencd. I After sending Pierre, who was somo- I thing of n surgeon, to nttend tho man I ho hnd wounded, Lafitto demanded I from his sub-cnptnlns nn explanation of tho mutiny. 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. — 7 July 1906

IH " ' ' iii I M The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND UTAH, H Term of 8ubicrlptton: H One rear (In advance) 1.S0 H Six months 76 H Thro months EO H Advertising rates furnished on ap- H plication. H Entered aa second-clacs matter H Fobruary 17, 1900, at ths postofneo at H Oarland, Utah, nndor the Aot of Con- H grass of March 8, 1879. H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager DTAH STATE NEWS H A strike of streot car employes In H Ocden Is oxpoctod. H Work will begin In a fow days on H the pickling plant nl Sprlngvlllu. H Louis Clapp of I'nrlc City Is lnld up H Tvltli a broken log nnd sovcro bruises, H the rosult of his horso fnlllng on lilm. H Tho extension of the Ogdcn Hapld H Tnitislt company to tho Bunltiirlum nt H tho mouth of Ogden canyon Is com- H Davis county Is to htivo n fair this M fnll, Iloimtlfiil, Knrmlngtoii anil Knys- H vlllo puoplo nil working together to H ninke It a big success. H The lioiiso accepted the souuto H nmoiuliuuuts to tho public building ...

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 July 1906

BBI BBBBB BVfl BBBBB I NEED TALENTED WOMAN I GIVE UP CAREER FOR I HOME AND HUSBAND? I Mrs. Ethel Watts Mumford Thought Not, and Broke Marital Chains That Bound Her Too Tightly. . I ROOM IN HEART FOR BOTH LOVE AND WORK Now She Hns Pound a Husband Who Promise Devotion and Freedom to f ursuc Her Literary Duties H to Any Extent She May Desire. To love, cherish and obey! Is this a promise to bo kept to the last letter? Does It mean even the sacrificing of a talent under dictation? Must tho woman glvo up the natural I gift at tho bidding of tho man, though I It may not provent her from loving and from cheilshlng? "No!" said Mrs. Ethel Watts Mum H ford, most omphattcnlly. I "Decidedly yes!" retorted George Dana Mumford, lawyer and capitalist and lately tho husband of Mrs. Mum. H ford, ono of New York's most talented H and Bucccssful woman writers. H Can n woman who writes he, at tho enmo time, n good wife and n good I A motller? Can a woman dovoto herself H " to art and her homo at ono and...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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