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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 April 1910

l)c atlattu i&hht I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET H Vol. 5. No. 10. Published at uorlond, Utah. Saturday, April 16, 1910 H At the Lyric Theatre. r The Lyric Theatre was the I center of the attraction Monday j and Tuesday nights aii(i the eeating room of the Manausa hall was taxed to its utmost capacity. The excellent pro gram of moving pictures and illustrated songs given each night pleased everybody and the special reel "The Face Upon the Bar Rom Floor, illustrate'd by Alfred Granger, was the chief drawing card. Over 300 ( attended the show Moaday night and Tuesday night the house a was again crowded with people, i a number of whom went the first night. The entertainments were very creditable ones and Mr. Granger is an elocutionist of marked ability. Mrs. C. O. Anderson pleased everybody in the rend ition of several choice vocal solos. The Lyric Theatre is a very pleasant place at which to spent an evening in real enjoyment. Going Out off Business. . The Thomas &a...

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. — 16 April 1910

B The Garland Globe BM J. A. VVIxoin, Kdttor & Manager. H PARI AND UTAH I UTAH STATE jNI:WS BB One ! n ii 1 1 1 il delegates Mllciiili'd llii' BB Intermountaln Photogi iiilici s eoneii BB tlon In Ogden during Ihe week. BB The three days foresters' convcn- BB tlon In Hii hfleld proved a great mm BB cess. There were over 60 rangers In BB attendance from the Ave forests lying H near HIchflHd. BB James Pollls, a Creek, charged with BB stabbing a countryman In Ogdon, in BB Aiding serious Injuries, has forfeited BB his bonds and i!"il the country. His BB victim Is still in the hospital. BB Utah's honey crop this year will be BB a good one, to judge from reports re BB reived from the bee men at a meeting BB of the Utah Hee Keepers' association BB held In Sail I. ale City on April 5. BB The annual fair of the Cache conn BB ty llorsebreeders' assoclntlon Is to be BB held this year In Hyrum, April IB, and BB the Boosters club of Logan has decld BB ill to take an active part in making BB 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. — 16 April 1910

I HAD NERVE.. He He hns an Iron constitution. She Yes, nnd there Is a great deal cf brass about him, too. WASTED A FORTUNE ON SKIN TROUBLE "I began to have an Itching over my , w whole body about seven years ago and this settled In my limb, from the knee to the toes. I went to see a great many physicians, a matter which cost me a fortune, and after I noticed that I did not get any relief that way, I went for three years to the hospital. Hut they were unable to help me there. I used all the medicines that I could see but became worse and worse. I had an inflammation which made me almost crazy with pain. When I showed my foot to my friends they would get really frightened. I did not know what to do. I was so sick and had be come so nervous that I positively lost all hope. "I had seen the advertisement of the Cuticura Remedies a great many times, but could not make up my mind to buy them, for I had already used so many medicines. Finally I did decide to use the Cuticura Remedies and 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. — 16 April 1910

H The Garland Globe H INDKI'KNDKN I H I A.Wimim. Kitilor mid Mult. Telephone No 52 1 H hipiidn: HH One cm' (In n(lv nice) .,, ,1150 fl Mix niontliH H H A&trtMag miw furnished ' i H pliciiiimi. B Kntf'i'od ns Kcciini! t'limi rnnltcr Ki'lmiary 17, H I'm!', nl (lie )nnt office nt Cnrlnnd. Utah, under H the Act of Outlllilll nf March 3. 1H7!) H Inbwi ilni- tin Tail In ni'iiti lliiir H ptptfl ! II 1 1 1 , il( i-c liiitif I III-i. Hire B Home Industry and the M Upbuilding off Utah. M The keynote of the hoar was M struck by President Joseph B B Smith at the recent conference M when lie advised the people to M .support home industries and M look to the upbuilding of our H fair state. The good advice M given should he heeded. Land a that could have been purchased H for 1.25 to $1.50 an acre a year H or two ago is now worth two M and three times as much and is b increasing in price daily. Many B people are leaving the cities to i H invest their money in the I country ami our hoys arc lett...

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. — 16 April 1910

GREEN TAG SALE! FOR 30 DAYS ONLY 30 I COMMENCING I Friday, April 1 5th, and I ' Continuing to May 1 4th. I DPIPC Cut and I KKlWCrO Slashed I 8 One of the Biggest "CUT PRICE" SALES ever inagurated in the I BEAR RIVER VALLEY. I Our immense Stock of seasonable merchandise will be marked down to COST and BELOW H . f COST and a Green Tag pinned on every article showing Regular Price and SALE PRICE. Premiums! tm Premiums! I With every $1.00 cash purchase, we give a number entitling the I bearer to a chance on a fine WATER SET or a WASH BOWL AND I PITCHER, one of which will be given away Absolutely Free every I Saturday afternoon, between 4:30 and 5 o'clock, during the sale. I Parties holding numbers must be in the store, with their numbers at the time the drawing takes place; duplicate numbers will be I drawn from the sealed box and the person holding the lucky num- I ber, or the one nearest to it, TAKES THE PRIZE. I W. L. GROVER & SONS, I Where the Teams Stop. OOOOOO GARLAND, UTAH. I...

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. — 16 April 1910

IB There is no prob- U lem of increased cost H of food if you eat H more I Quaker Oats H An ideal food; delicious; H appetizing; strengthening. H Compared with other H foods Quaker Oats costs H almost nothing and yet it B builds the best. 62 BBB For Every Man and All Men H NO STROI'FING NO HONING BBY KNOWN THEVVCRLD OVCR DYOLA DYES BBB on di 1. 1 k a i.i. ooom HHH Iff f -i hi . bri limit mlora. 1(K pr piM-kiw nldoalprn. H If nut lit Mm k SH-ii.l 10." Hinting color dt'Hirml uml H Minil' Hill I..".. I.t 'i.lliiliriilllnlltliMik Mini I..I..I r.ixl. DV-O-I.A Urn. I. H HOWARD E. BURTON, A?M&W UUt Hpoilnwn prlipn: (lold. Hllrer, Ior(V fl: (iuld, B IIU.t ,,k , t.ulil, ftv; .iiii-i.r ('i)Nr, II. Mailing H anvi'lnnon nii.l full pile lint Mint on appllrutton. H 'in. i an umpim work oltrllnd. I Hilvlll, Col. Hnf ran u. Carfaunat National Bunk. BBW If tlici'' nally was a foolklller the BBh world would soon bo depopulated. BBM Hill 1IIIKMI I H whrnjoti fuel 11 mM onilnuon by Liking it rowan ...

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. — 16 April 1910

A Good Suit costs say $40 (0 ty, A Good Watch costs say $40.00 You wear the suit six months. You carry the watch twenty years or more. Figure the comparative cost. Why don't men carry better watches? We sell better watches. ALT UN OTstMU THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO JARBIDGE ....18 VIA..... ' DEETH, NEVADA Oil TH it only 65 ailes from JARBIDGE and it on the main line of both tke Southern Pacific and the Western Pacific Railroads. n U D D h H ol Am P S H v ' " ' ' s ' H N ' ' line Kublier Type Outfits, anil niippliea In Itook, Mail order receive prompt attentlnn. ALT LAKE STAMP CO., Salt Lak City Vanity in the Animal World. According to a story told by former Governor Stokes of New Jersey, at a recent banquet, vanity Is not confined exclusively to the female sex of tha human species. In a small town over in Jersey, Mr. Stokes said, there Is a corner grocery where you may buy anything from a twenty-foot ladder to a pearl necklace. Adhesive plaster, sauer kraut and toil et articles are also 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. — 16 April 1910

Hi The Garland Globe. H Saturday, April 10, 1910. WM Q inrterly Conference to-dny and to-morrow. H J. J. Shumway went to Kel- H ton Thursday. H P. A. Nordquist mabe a busi- H ness trip to Ogden Monday. A. L. Jensen of Brigham spent H a few days in town this week. H Mrs. II. Boyd spent last Sat- H drday with her mothor in Dewey- H H Miss Mary Grover is visiting H relatives in Ogden and Salt VH Lake. H Harry Smith, the barber, H spent most of this week in H Brigham. H Miss Pearl Jonsen is taking a H Course of music and dressmak- H ing in Logan. m Jos. E. Corbett and Felix D. Baird were Brigham visitors H last Sunday. H Miss Hazel Edwards returned H to Salt Lake last Saturday to H attend school. H Joseph Jensen, J. Q. Leavitt and P. C Petterson spent last H Sunday in Ogden. H Atty. W. J. Lowe of Brigham h City stopped over in Qarland H Wednesday night. H J. F. Featherstone of Logan WM was in Garland on business the fl fore part of this week. M Merchant Chris Petersou of M Snowville, wa...

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. — 23 April 1910

W)t iBatlanh lobe I ' CO VERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I Vol. 5. No. 11. Published at Oorlond, Utoh. Saturday, April 23, 1910 H New Walks, New Fences and Fire Protection. The Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. has begun tho work of improving its residence property of this city and when eompleded, Gar land, the metropolis of the Bear River Valley will present a metropolitan Appearance and be an Ideal dwelling place. New picket fences aie to be erected in fiont of all the com pany's houses to take tiiu place of the wire fences that now adorn the sidewalks. Cement waiks are to be laid from the front gates to the houses ami in sections of the city an alley will be opened at the rear of the residences for the accommoda tion of the tenuants. Rest. Mgr. Mosnih Evans home on the corner of Austin street and Evans avenue, was the first to receive this worthy improve ment and now presents a very pleasing and attractive appear ance. A force of workmen under the direction of Engineer J. C. Wheelon...

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. — 23 April 1910

M The Garland Globe H .1. A. Wlxom, BdltOT & Manager. I GARLAND - - UTAH H j ' " i UTAH STATE NEWS h Aiiiors or th- Weber club, Ogden'i H commercial orgahlntlon. arc planning H (he erection Of a new rlul) house. H The merchant! of Brlgbam city an H discussing Die advisability of inaugur H mine, a half holiday for the summer Sin lifts from all of the intermoun B tn in states will father in Ball Laki H on June 16 for their annual session H which is to last several days. '4iH Ogden artisans are to form a pollti 3 cal party of their own, a romniittee nl H seven having been selected to prepart H a declaration of iirlnclples and formu H late a platform for a new party. H The assessed valuation of Prove H city property for iflio, exclusive oi 1 property assessed liy the state hoard H of tqualiMtioa amounts to 11,786,800, B en Increase of 139,000 over the year H Harry Thorne and .lames Hayes will not stand trial for the murder of Geo. W. Fassell, the Salt Lake grocef who wai killed by o...

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 April 1910

serial"?1 ya story c j I INTO THO 3 PRIMITIVE I I I By I 1 ROBERT AMES BENNET Illustrations by RAY WALTERS g rrr-r .- (Coirlglt, IWH, b) A. C. Ucclurg Co.) SYNOPSIS. The story opens with till shipwreck of tho BtfunnM' on which MIh Genevieve Leslie. Hti Amerlcnn h'-lins. Lord Win ' thrcpr. an Englishman, hh.1 Tom ip ike, a. bruaqui American, war passengers. The throe were 1ohiI upon mm uninhab ited Island Htnl tttm tlii' onl) un net drowni-rl Blake reroverfl from a drunk n atupor. Hlnke, shunnrd on t lie boat, because of IiIk roughness, hwnmn a hero a preserver (if tlie helpless p'll:. Tl ngllshman vni sulns tot tne han I of Mis Leslie, Wake staitod to swim I to tlie ship in recover what m i ft, Blake returned lately, Wlnthrope wasted nld last match on a cigarette, fur which he was scored by niake Their first meal wiia a dead Rah, The trio atnrted a tl :i mile hike for hlaher tend. Thirst at tacked tin. in. Blake wis compelled to Carry Mine Leslie on account Of weiirl pi'sa. He taunt...

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 April 1910

H The Garland Globe Hfl INIlKI'KNDKNT. fl i, A. Wixom, BdftOf and Mnitr. HB Telephone No 52 H Tram icwcmrriom B One ycur (in ndviifiee) . .1 .") H Six hi H Tkrw iimniliN 50 H A(h rii Wilier i :i fimiKliiil no n H Entpnvl um HPcnml-cluHH m.ittor F'lruiuy 17, H 1409. at tin' iiii'il nffit'P ut Garland, Utah. unnVi tha Act i.f CmiKff h of M.in-h 3, 1H79. H Btihnrrllicrx ivlm fall in ihcli paptT iriMilnrh . plt'HM' imlifv tlil-ii.llli r jH A National Department km of Health. H Senator Robert L. Owen of H Oklahoma, on March 24th, In- H Irodnoed in the Semite a lill H providing for a Department of H Public Health. This converse- H tion of national health is a good H move and the establishment of H a department to carry ona war H against the ravages of prevent H able diseases, is a Godsend to H the Nation. Hut remember the H bill lias only been introduced H and may not ho passed ns the H bill has not yet been voted up- H on. If this bill should fail to H become n law, the people will H be ...

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 April 1910

- EXTRACTS FROM Juvenile Court Laws A 19 0 9. PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE H Juvenile Court Commission. H 720x18. Construction. "Delinquent child" defined. This chapter shall apply only to children eighteen years of ape and under, not inmates of a State institution, or any institution incorporat ed under the laws of the State for the eare and correction of delinquent children. "Delinquent child" shall include any child eighteen years of age or under such age who violates any law of this State, or any city or village ordidance, or who is incorrigible, or who knowingly associates with thieves, vicious or immoral persons; or who is growing up in idleness or crime; or who knowingly visits or enters a house of ill repute; or who knowingly patronizes or visits any policy shop or place where pools are sold, or place where any gambling devise is or shall be operated; or who patronizes or visits any saloon or dram shop where intoxicating liquors are sold; or who patronizes or visits any pub...

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 April 1910

HUB i i sasssssssns wmm H 1 1 1 ii l ssssssssasassssss i .ssssss I Win forget! H In your next Grbcorj H order, gently lui( lii'in- B ly inli on nic(i's m 'I'i'jis. The pleasure en- HB Jojed will repay you H for Mir trouble. ,.A I Hcr;!2tt Bros. Co. H kiim i i'J'. i j x. a M WJttHBXBaHMtflHMMBWaMUMMMHNmBaMMI H A jjod Suit costs say $40.00 IH A Good Watch costs say $40.00 gagggfl ITmi wear Ihe suit kit months. You B cm iv the wntch twunity urn . or H mora Figura (ho compnrntivc H cos). Why don't men cnrry bettor H wnt lies. Wo soil hotter watches aawBawar jf V"" SM'i H SALT LAKE Cltr. (if All H THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO I aUBIDGE EEET H, NEVADA H ITWSSBiBMBMBBilSBHHBIHinH M DFfcTH i only 65 milrt from JARBIDCE H and is on the main linr ef both the Southern H Pacific and the Western Pacific llailroadi. BawaBSal I I CRAGER WIRE &, IRON WORKS B S3I STATE STREET, SALT LAKE CITY M jrttt t i.t.t.p t T mi j I T4-T f- aaSasaaB Tae above nprtttnli on the illBerenl H ina ol trmi I'Viice we manu...

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 April 1910

I The Important i 1 Problem confronting anyone in need of a laxa- tlvo i3 not a question of a single ac- s tion only, but of permanently bene- I flclal effects, which will follow proper S efforts to live In a healthful way, with 3 the assistance of Syrup of Pigs and Elixir of Senna, whenever It Is ro- f quired, as it cleanses the system I gently yet promptly, without Irritation f and will therefore always have the I preference of all who wish the best of S family laxatives. 1 The combination has the approval I of physicians because it Is known to I be truly beneficial, and because It has r-r given satisfaction to the millions of well-Informed families who have used It for many years past To get its beneficial efforts, always buy the genuine manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. on!;-. No Encouragement. The family had stood the long strain of Uncle rlobart'l illness well. but the peculiarities of the physician, chosen by Uncle Hobart himself, had been to say the least, trying....

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 April 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, April 88, 1910. H N. A. Peterson was in the B county went on business Mon- jH Mrs. J. K. Standing of Col- H li list on, wag n Oarlund visitor B Tuesday. M Born to the wife of J. If. LM Clarke Monday night a fine H daughter. B J. S. Bingham of Snowville H spent last Satnrdny and Sun- IH day in Garland. Mosiah Evans and H. 0. Cutler Am were Ogden and Suit Lake H risitors Monday. Lm W. Li Orover made a busi- H ness trip to Ogden Tuesday, re- H turning Wednesday. H Mrs. Lewis 0. Johnson spent H last Saturday and Sanday with LM her parents in Rrigham City. H I'. L. Walker of Logan is here H this week looking after his H farm mid orchard in East (lar- H Mrs. Eva 0. Wileox was the H winner of the fine water set H given away at W. L. Urover & H Son's store last Saturday. H The water wns turned out of H the eity mains Tuesday in order H to connect up a number of H houses on Factory street. H S. E. Baxter returned to his H home in Salt Lake Monday after H ...

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 April 1910

OH I COVERS THI BEAR RIVER V A L I. Y LIKE A B L A TV IT I I Vol.5. No. 12. Published at (.arland, Utah. Saturday, April 30, 1910 I I Metropolitan fl'. Msil Route. Jamei H. Garbanati of Snow- ville, who was awarded the con tract for carrying the maili from Garland to Btone, Idaho, (via Snowville) passed through town Monday enroute to Salt Lake to purchase a tine automobile to bo ased in carrying the maila over the route. Right op to date. Hurrah for Garbanati. Coming May 6th. The theatre going public of this city anil vicinity are pro mised a rare treat in the shape of an excellent Musical and Elocutionary concert, to be given at the Garland hall Fri day evening, May 6th. The company consists of Mrs. Neff, famous elocutionist, Mis. Lot tic Cozier, Box Elder County's sweetest singer, Miss Amber Hamaon, cultured ioloist, Miss May Anderson, professional violinist, and other celebrated singers and musicians. The concert will be doubly worth the price of admission 1"), 25 aud '". I) mi '...

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 April 1910

BB The Garland Globe B .1. A. VVlxmii, BditOr &. Manager. 9H G' ,'n UTAH UTAH STATE NliVVS PPPJ At a meeting of tin board nf direct- HH on, of Hi'' Utah Slate Peace noddy, B It wan decided to hold the annual PPH Peace day May 15. B Garfield is to have a brick jail for HH the safe keeping of prisoners at the HH Miieiirr town until the) are brought HBl to the county jail In Salt Lake. lleciuise of the rapid decrease In the f number of smallpox patients In Salt - like. it is probable that the Isolation La hospital will be closed down within 1 the next week. B Work upon the completion of the H new Sandy city park will be complet H il within the next two weeks. This H park will be one of the finest in this H section of the county. II. II. Holmes, who claims lo come H from Denver, and an unknown man PJ who escaped, fought a duel with H knlvca in Ogden. Holmes was badly H cut aTinui the fact and throat. H The six-year-old kou of Peter Han- H son of Fountain Green was killed by H being ...

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 April 1910

LAYMAN FINDS STOMACH CURE Good Christian and Family Man, But Had Poor Digestive Organs What Cured Him You Can Qet Free. It Is a generally admitted fart that among ministers nnd their families Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the favorlls laxative. It is not often that the layman has a chance to -. "spi ak up in t BHrt MM PjbWb from MWM Mr. Joseph Murphy j Mk of Indianapolis, Ind., I MM whose pirtiire we KBb) a. wL present herewith: r? Vz s f "All my life I had I A , .C needed a laxative to I w' JJ cure my constlpa- I f tlon and stomach lb trouble. I couldn't v .X eat anything; I Ji'vrJr couldn't get what I JM kri jf AmL di'i eat of my fl a2nS system I tried MWwL4V jt ' everything, because PW ar '' " my work, engineer - on a railroad train, Mr. Joseph Murphy makes it necessary that I feel strong nnd wen. finally It was my good fortune to meet up with Dr. Caldwell's Byrup Pep sin, through the recommendation of a friend. I took It and was cured. That Is some time ago, but I nm still cure...

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 April 1910

BH a MS The Garland Globe mBM IHDiPBMDBHT SmUU J. A. Whom, Bdflor and Mngr. HB Telephone No 52 H n i:ms UK si nmcntPTioii: B One vcrtr (in ikIvhiicc) .... ....(150 H Six nicnlliH .W H Tliii'' inoinlis JH Advertising role, fnrnlahetl on up Hj plication, H EnU-rml ah HWoml-eluHH matter February 17, H 1909, at Hi" PHt ofMcv ui Garland, r ml., under the Ant of ConP. of Mttall .'. 179. H Subscribers wbn full tn recolve tbelr MHB pnptrH reguliirly, plemw notify thlaofflcv For Water-Works. H Three Propositions for the Con- H sideration of Our Citizens H Which Looks the Best? H Our town is in need of bettor M water for culinary purposes. H Canal water isn't very good, H well water is better and spring M water, of course, beats all. H There arc three propositions H worthy of consideration, viz: H 1st If canal water is to be H used, it should be filtered. Some H time ago the proposition of H pumping water from the canal H into a filtering tank was under H oonsideration which is very H 2nd Wat...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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