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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 September 1906

-, : H ' J - -. THE GARLAND GLOBE H ! THEVCr'ARLAND GLOBE B I INDEI'UNULNT. H v J A, Witov, . . Kdllor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Fvrmrrly Wystt's rtutflii-r Shop ) H f Knlrrnl cm m-eoml-clsu mattrr Frliruitr 17, H IM6, ut tlw iHWt office tfirlnnd, Uliih, umlur H ( tlio Act of ConuroM of March 3. 1 879. M i H ' ! Saturday, Sept. 29, 1906 ,j ITEMS OF INTEREST. H I II. Gimtav Mlchaclls wiw u llrlgham M visitor .Sunday. B 'i Wm.Rown of Stiidelmkir Ilros. On., H wnn 11 Garland visitor Tuesday. H , Wines mid Liquors fur Medicinal pur- M poses nt niter Hrtu Drug Store. jO-tf H Merchant J R Standing of Colllnston H was in town on business Thursday. fl Mrs. A.Murlo returned Sunday oven- B Ing from 11 trip to the State Capital. B Mhs Com Campbell returned tn Mnlad B City Sunday, after ft pleasant Mt In this B J II Forsgrcu viu a Garland lsltor B Wednesday In Iho Interest of Religion H (Jltt-H work, B For Dressmaking, Plain Hewing anil M Mending, apply to Mrs. W. II. Evniis, fl Oarlnud U...

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. — 6 October 1906

HflVflt HatHafHl I I I -bbb THE GARLAND GLOBE "m I H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY HHHj - - - . i H ftl -l " i . , i I - i ,1 , H Vol.1. No. 35. Published at Garland, Utah. '- Saturday, Oct. 6, 1900 I Republican I Column. H Items under this bead are cdlU-d ami Hj paid for by the Republican precinct cam- H psign committee. Ed. I Notice. HJ A Republican precinct primary for the Sunset precinct is hereby called to meet at tb Garland school house next Wed. ntsdny evening, Oct. 10th, 19M, at the H hour of S o'clock, for tho purpose of H tlrctlng 7 delegates to attend a County H convention to be held In Drlgham City, Saturday, Oct. 10th: also for the pur H pose of pcrfcting a reorganization of the H precinct officers. H II. C. VAHACMMXJf, Hj , Precinct Chairman, I R. L. Bush, Bccy. I x ANNOUNCED CANDIDATES. H TWe hereby annouuee to the public generally that H.M. Holler of the Ma HJ nil precinct, h a Republican candidate Hj for the position of County 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. — 6 October 1906

B?Tttl 'ts III The Garland Globe I 4 1 Published Every Saturday at B I GARLAND .... UTAH I fi a D Term of Oubicrlptlon: H iS One yoar (In advance) 1.60 f Blx months .76 B s Three months CO ( $ Advertising rates furnished on appll H 1 1- eation. $ H j J. A. Wlxom .Editor and Manager I J UTAH STATE NEWS Bj ' I Lehl Is to have another bank . Bj Beets arc being dug at Monroe, and Bj ; an excellent crop Is reported. Bj l'rovo has a now bank, (ho Farmers Bj J and Merchants' bank, with a capital H etnek of $50,000. BJ , N. I. Nelson, secretary to Governor Bj Cutler, has resigned and will go Into BJ business for himself. BJ A cornstalk thirteen feet ctgtit BJ inches In height Is on exhibition in BJ l'rovo. It was grown on u l'rovo lot BJ John J. Dennis, u lineman, was fl i killed while nt work nt Hlngham June- fl tlon, coming In contact with a llvo fl i Two Btenm plows nro now nt work fl in Ccdcr valley plowing ip tho lands H i preparatory to planting dry farm BM wheat. H ' Nearly $300,000 ...

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. — 6 October 1906

B (Copyright. 1893, 1900, by B. It. Crockett) CHAPTER V. Continued. Be ,-r "Which Prince?" eald the officer ttw 0i "Why," answered the secretary, BE wUh a glad heart, ''there is but one BE ho who won tho prize yesterday at K tho tilting!" Bl "God's truth! and you say true," Br ejaculated tho guardsman, starting; IH "but who are you who dare blurt out IS on tho steps of tho palace of Court EB land that which ordinary men aye, IS even good soldiers durst scarcely Bm think In their own hearts?" BM "I am secretary of tho noble Am- BY bassador of PlasHcnburg, and I como BC to see tho Prince!" BE And just then tlioro came a clatter BJ of horses' hoofs across tho wldo IB -spaces of tho palace front, into which B tho bright forenoon sun was now boat- H lng, and a lady of tall figure and a B head nil arlpplo with sunny golden B curls dashed up at n canter, tho K stones spraying forward and outward Hj as sho reined her horso sharply with H her hands low. "Tho Princess Margaret!" said tho firs...

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. — 6 October 1906

mWWT LH asasY asasa BaTaTA'' bbtsbtJ m THE GARLAND GLOBE. B The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at B GARLAND UTAH. H w i iii in I. i ii M Terms of Subscription: H One) rear (In advance) $1.60 H Six month 76 H Three months SO H , Advertising ratoa furnished on ap H plication. H Entered a socond-clsss matter H February 17, 1606, at the postofflco at H Oarland, Utah, undor the Act of Con H grss of March 3, 1879. M 4, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Managsr H f-. i i . i i i . i . . . H Saturday, Oct. 6, 1906 H H Close Study of Volcano M In sticking to long to his observatory eloioto tho summit of Vciuvlua, Prof. m Mattcuccl glvct a remarkable proof of M whatf Ho voluntarily remains In peril M probably greater than Is encountered by M the soldier who leads a forloru hope, ami M certainly greater than that of partlclpa. B tiou in any ordinary battle, says thu Now M York Times. IIU danger, too, takes a H form from which even tho most courng. M eous could be excused from shrinking, H for...

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. — 6 October 1906

BLANCHING CELERY. H "flew Paper May Be Made to Serve the M f Purpose. " Ulanchtng celery with paper Is usu- ally practiced on tho early plants for tho reason, says Pralrlo Farmer, that " daring hot weather there Is loss dan- Bor of rot. The accompanying illua- Blanching Celery with Paper. I Jktratlon shows a plan for blanching 'Ha fcolory plant with tllo and paper. As shown, tho stalks nro collected In a tllo and wrapped In heavy papor so as to cxcludo tho light. A stako Is driven near to tho plant to partially support Any mctliod that does not injure tho plant nnd will cxcludo tho I light will answer tho purpose I GOOD SEED CORN. Some of the Important Points by Which It May Be Known. Somo of the more Important ob servations to bo mado in Uio selection of seeds are: Yield, quality, uniform ity, hardiness, time of ripening, free dom from attacks of smut arid rust, and, In tho case of small grain, tho stiffness of tho straw. Tho corn crop requires, perhaps, .as great caro In tho selec...

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. — 6 October 1906

I I ""A KENTUCKY WOMAN H 'How Sho Galnod FlYtoon Pounds In M Wolghtand Becamo Woll by Taking H Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. H Women nt forty, or thereabout, lmvo B their futuro in tholr own IiiukIh. Thcro 1 -will Ira n chntiuo for tho bottor or vorso, 'for tho better if tho pyetom in purified by M such n tonio nsDr. Williams' Pink PUR H Mrs. D. 0. Wedding, of Hartford. Ky., M witos ns follows concerning tho ililU- H t .culties which nflllcteil her: H " I wiih seriously ill and was confined M to my bod for six or eight mouths in nil, fl during two years. 1 hml chills, fover, fl rheumatism. My stomach ."coined nl- M wnys too frill, my kidneys did not net M freely, my liver vim inmtlve, my heart H beat was very vrcnlc mid I hud dizziness M or Rwininilng in my heiul mid iiurvoua H troubles. H "I win utiiler tho treatment of several H different physicians but thoy nil fulled H to do mo any good. After suffering fur H two yearn 1 learned from mi Arkansas B friend nlxmt tho merits of l)r. Wil...

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. — 6 October 1906

I Cure Forjhe Blues I ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED I Health Fully Restored and the Joy of Life Regained. "When achcerful, bravo, light-hearted woman is suddenly plunged Into that perfection of misery, tlio BLUES, It Is a sad picture. It Is usually this way : 8hfi lias been feeling "out of sorts' i LLW I 'li''iiiPs . ppHpjF ft LLX 1 I bbb, i &bbbbbbbbL mr J for somo ,tlrae ; head has ached and back also ; has slept poorly, been quite nervous, and nearly fainted onco or twice; head dizzy, and heart beats very fast; then that bearing-down feeling, and during her periods sho is exceed ingly despondent. Nothing pleases her.. Her doctor says : "Chcerup:you have dyspepsia; you will bo all right soon." Hut Bho doesn't get " all right," and hope vanishes; then como tho brood ing, morbid, melancholy, everlasting BLUES.. 1 Don't wait nntll your sufferings have driven you to despair, with your nerves all shattered and your courago gone, but toko Lydla E. PlnUham's Vege table Compound....

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 6 October 1906

H '.' THE GARLAND GLOBE I THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. B J A. Whom, . . Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (FomMity Wratt'i Batcher Shop.) B EnUrod aeo-K)claM matter Fcbrua-7 IT. H M8, at tha pot offlea at Garland, Utah, undar H tha Act of Conj-ri of March S, 187J. M Saturday, Oct. 6, 1906 ITEMS OF INTEREST. H AH ldnd of Beer on Ice at Kltcr Urns m Drug Store JO-tf H Barber A. E. Harris was an Ogdcn H visitor Wednesday. H Mm Herbert 0 Foulgor returned last H Saturday awning from a week 'a visit In H Ogdcn. H Mrs. Hebcr 0. Cutler of Garland Is H bere for a abort visit with relatives. H American Fork Cltler.cn. H Mrs. Walter P. Eaton left Wednesday for Salt Lake City to spend two weeks M visiting relative and frieuds. MrandMraJ. W. Hancock returned M the foro part of the week from a visit B with relative!) in Mcndon, Utah. M Miss Jennie Anderson of Qrantsvillc, H Utah, sister of Mr. A. E. Harris, spout H Monday aud Tuesday In this city. M Mr and Mrs J D Wood of Farralngton M were...

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. — 13 October 1906

l i ii '-'r! -'"'.Sid iii'Mfl '-k-,"lf i.'M'A. illl'i,". iiisi''' . ijhf A.ii iiiwii sjvww v. ' ' $ ifl ! Hw "i8 5; T " "- " x --- 111 - i icjT'-r - '" ..." m IsWTHE GARLAND GLOBE gpi I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' ' - s ' - . Vol. I. No. 34. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 13, 1900 1 1 Republican Primary. The Republican primary bold at the Garland School houso last Wednesday evening was h well attended and spirited meeting. Precinct chairman II. C. Van ftusdcln called the meeting to order and tatcd that the object of the primary was to choose seven delegates to attend the county convention to be held in Brlgham City Saturday, October 18th. Mos'iab Even was chosen temporary chairman and Jos Jensen temporary secretary. Thti chairman at onco announced that nominations for delegates were In order. F. U Welling, W It. Vanflcct and II. O. Vanauftdcln were nominated for delegate No. 1 to be voted for by ballot. C. Haws ami O. L. Winters ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 October 1906

? II I y The Garland Globe H Publlihed Every Saturday at GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H i , Ono year (In advance) ....$1.50 H Blx months 75 H j Throo months GO H Advertising rates furnished on nppll- H cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager UTAH STATE NEWS H Tho Utah Postmasters' association H held a two days' session In Bait Lako last week. H Tho health officers of the Htnto met M In stnto convention In Salt Lako City M last week. M Frank EgKlngtun, nged 18, of Og- H den, shot off ono of his lingers whllo M duck hunting hist week. M 9ohn W. Parsons has hern detailed H to Invcstlgnto nnd rert on sites of. H fcrcd tho government at l'rovo and H Lagan. H In a street car collision In Salt Lako B City a number of passengers woro M badly shaken up, but no ono seriously M injured. H Between 200 nnd 300 people wcro H present at tho first reunion of the H handcart veterans held In Salt Lako H City last week. H Alfred Peterson and Hiram roulson, M ( two prisoners nt tho statu...

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. — 13 October 1906

I TURNS BUTCHER INTO A MONKEY. YOU NO HYPNOTIST CREATES SEN 3ATION IN NEW YORK. MAKES THE VICTIM UNDRESS. fa Unfortunate Man Then Ordered to Climb Pole, Where He Doei , 8lmlan Stunts to Delight of Big Crowd. Now York. Whllo a butcher who had been lod by an amateur hypnotist to bellovo that ho was a monkey, climbed a CO-foot clothes polo In tho rear of a Ludlow street tenement tho othor night, 5,000 men, women and children craned over house roofs and flro cscapo rails and peeped from win dows at him. Evorybody In tho East side soomed trying to get Into somo of tho houses whoso rears nfforded a vlow of tho spectacle, and tho uproar sounded so much llko a first-class riot that tho pollco turned out to sup press It Hut It was only amateur, correspond enco school hypnotism. Louey was tho hypnotist. Ho is 17 years old, ami works In a grocory storo in Lud low street No ono would tell his last name. Morris Rcsnlck, 35 years old, a koshor butcher, was his sub ject. Louoy has been studying hy...

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. — 13 October 1906

. ' I H I H THE OAKLAND GLOBE. ' H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H OAKLAND UTAH. H Term of Subtcrlptlon: H Ono ycAr (In advanco) tt.SO H Six montht 76 M Tbrco months CO H Advertising 'rates furnished on np- H pllcat(on. i H Entorod ab eecond-clasH matter H February 17, 100G, at tho pontofflro M H Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H grosi of March 3, 1879. H J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager M ItJ. " , , I, T I- ' t H Saturday, Oct. 13, 1906 LLH 4-M-t-M-4----4---t-4--.4-4--.44-4-k4.4 H MIS WEALTH CAME PROM AUNT. H Honest Taxpayer ThoUQht He Wee H on a Graft Trail. H Onco upon a Umo. a frco-born tax- H payor who could not ho satisfied to H lot well enough alone by paying his H taxes and letting other folks dlvvyou H tho stealings, went to'lhe alderman H of bis ward and cold: H "My denr sir, I come to oak you a H question that has caused ran sovcral H sleepless nights, nnd I hopo you will H hare no hesitation In nniwetlnK." H "Did you over know on alderman H to h...

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. — 13 October 1906

H " ' mmm m mm mm mmm mmm mmmm i " I ' " ' ' ' J--1'-1."" i ' I I Progress aw tfSxM-t Russia Revolution? I r, I I Now York. A lottor has been re- I celved In this city from the capital ot I Finland which throws many sidelights I on the social, political and rovolutlor- I ary conditions there during the tu- I multuous days ot the Bveaborg mu- I tiny. The letter was written by Mrs. I Isabel Donncr, widow of Herman Don I ner, for 22 years United States con- J sul at Helslngfors, and addressed to I her son, Prof. H. Montague Donnor, of New York. I "Helslngfors, Aug. 10-23. There I havo Indeed been terrlblo events hap- I penlng here. The days of the mutiny wore very anxious ones, and tho con I tlnual firing both from Skatudden and I the various fortress Islands was fear- ful to hear. Tb streets woro full of I Russian soldiers and Cossacks, and I many families fled from their homes. I I see that In the account of the end I lng of the mutiny In tho American papers what Is stated to havo be...

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. — 13 October 1906

NERVOUS DEBILITY H A Scranton Woman Tolls How Dr. H William' Pink PIIU Mado Her 1 Well and Strong. H Nervous (lability is tiio common nniuo H for wlint tho doctors term neurasthenia. M It is characterized by mental depression, B fit of the "blues." or melancholy, losi H of onury mi'l Miirltti. Tliopiitleiit'hcyes H boooino dull, tlio iiink fades fioni tlio H chocks, tho memory become defective mi M that it in dilllciilt to recall dates mid H Damo.1 ftt will. Uomu of tm so symptoms H only tuny bo present or nil of tliuni. Tho H remedy Hen in toiiitiu; tip tliu nervous H system and thcio is no medicine better M adapted for this imrnoNo tliuii Dr. H Williams' l'inlc 1'illH. H Mrs. Jnno J, Dnvlcs, of No. 81 1 Wnr- H rcn Rtro:t, Soruiiton, l'u., nivx: " Somo H yearn ngo I benuno nicntly reduced in H hcnlth mid strength mill my nervous H system lccnino Midebllltittid that I felt H wrotehod. I could not l est or hlcc ell B at night mid woko tin an wciiiy nnd H languid in tlio nun iiIiik ih...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 October 1906

I " " - H Uruguay' Financial Condition. I Uruguay reduced her national debt H by $1,570,460 during 1005. The total H debt on January 1, 1906, was $121,455, T47, ot which about 80 per cent was I external. , Uruguay la a prosperous I country, And In her prosperity la a I good customer o( the United States. ExportB ot merchandise from this I country to Uruguay for the nine I months ending March 31, 1906, amounted to $2,172,276, against $1,200, H 642 In the' same period ot the pra I Tloos year. I $100 Reward, $100. H vTt rederi ot till piper will be pltuel to lair BB jBmi tl)rt U t lent one dreedel dlieiM thet Mine BB Sm been bl to care la ll lu lUgti, end that U B CeUrcb. Urttl'a Ceurrn Cur It lb ooljr poaltlT BB cure now known to tbt medical frtttrnU'. Ceurrh belnc ft coniiltatlonal dlieue, requires ft coaiUla tlont.1 treatment. llall't cturrta Cure It ukea In terntll, iciIdz dlractir upon Ins blood tad tnucoae mlMM of lu Mm, laereb deiirotlnf Mi toundttlon or the dUeue, end iltln tbe...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 October 1906

IT ,'d H THE GARLAND GLOBE M 1 : H THE GARLAND GLOBE M INDEPENDENT. H ( J A.Wixoh, . , Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Formerly WyU' Dalthcr Shop.) H Entered u Meond-cUM matter February IT, H M0, at the post ofllco at Carlanil. Utah, under H the Act of Congrcaa of March 3. 1879. H Suturday, Oct.(d, 1906 . ITEMS OF INTEREST. All kluds of lleer on loo lit Rltcr Jlru H Drug Store. JO-tf m Sirs, Jos. Wing Is out again after suf- H ' forlug with a severe case of tonsllitis. 1 Kit itnd Lano Glcaion havn both boon M quite stick thin week with typhoid fever. B Miss Mahala Garn loavos to-morrow B for a visit with relative and friends In H Halt Lake. M Mr. and Mm, Ifeber Stohl of Tremont M spent Sunday evening In this city the H guest of Mr. Mrs. Iiurke. H Wm. Preston, manager of the Garland H Mercantile Co., Mpcnt Sunday In Weston, M Idaho, visiting with his family. H Kph Coombs, proprietor of the Garland H Club saloon, returned Monday from a M business trip to Salt Lake City. H Deput...

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. — 20 October 1906

.. BffffffffJJ --. '" VJ' J- J' ' "gTHE GARLAND GLOBE "Bam I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H - ' H Vol. I. No. 35. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 20, I90ti H Which Ticket Will You Vote? Both Are Strong Ones. The Democrats Name a Garland Man and Their Ticket Is Well DUtrib utcd Throughout the County. The Republican Ticket Is Also Well Apportioned, hut Garland was Disappointed In Falling to Secure the County Supt. of Schools. The Amricao Party Convention Is Be- . log Held at lirigha in To-day. J At the Democratic county convention held in Urlgham City Slouday, Oct 15 th, tho slate, ticket was put through. There w as a fairly good delegation at the con vention, eighty dulcgatcs attending. Allen Roach was named temporary chair, man, and Sam Iloltou, Bccrctary. The following ticket was put in the fllcld: Representative Wyuu L. Eddy, of Urlgham City. Clerk Fred Peterson, of Bear River City. Recorder llyrum Standing, of Brig ham City. Attor...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 20 October 1906

H . I The Garland Globe M Published Every 8aturday at H , GARLAND .... UTAH H ' H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In ailvnnco) . . . .. ....$1 .50 H Six months 75 Three months GO M Advcrtlalng rates furnished on nppll- B cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager H I - - - UTAH STATE NEWS M EllHha F. Young luifl been nppolnted fl, postmnstcr nt Milton, Tooelo county, i Improvements costing $3,000,000 aro V to bo made In Salt iJiko's street car f system, It Is nnnouncod by E. II. liar- H rlman, the new owner. H Niels Wlgron, a former resident of H Salt Lako, was killed on tho Uintah H reservation by tho caving In of an old Hi dugout In which ho was living. H Chris CloodmanBun, who pleaded H guilty to setting llro to a saloon build. H ing nt Spanish Fork, has been son- H tenced to ono year In the penitentiary. H Itobberu entered tho l'"'iio of HI- M land Wilcox of Lehl, whl.. tho family H wns away, end got away with $50 H which had been Raved up to pay H It may not bo generally known...

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. — 20 October 1906

Bf R;CROCKETT. Author o "ffie&tfcfa&tio CHAPTER VIII. Prince Wasp. "So." ho said, as ho faced tho secretary, now somewhat composltely j styled, Johann, Count von Leon, "so v y young Bprlngald, you think to court a 'foolish princess. You play upon her with your pretty words and graceful compliments. That Is an agreeable relaxation. Only you hnve In addi tion to reckon with mo, Ivan, heredi tary Prlnco of Muscovy." And with a sweep of his hand across his body ho drew his sword from Its sheath. Tho sword of tho you f secretary camo Into hand with equal swiftness. "Follow me, Count von Loen," said 4riA nrlnnn And wUh his lithe and springy walk tho Prlnco of Muscovy passed again Into the alleys of the rose garden till ho reached tho first open space, where . ho turned upon tho secretary. ; "Wo aro arrived," ho said, "our busi ness Is so pressing, and will bo so quickly finished, that there Is no need for tho formality of seconds. Though I honor you by crossing my sword with yours...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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