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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 20 October 1906

I bbbbb ' aaV THE GARLAND GLOBE. H. The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H OARLAND UTAH. BPBJ w i m M Trme of Subscription: M One year (In advanco) fl.SO H Six months 75 B Threo months .EO M Advertising rates furnlahod on ftp plication. B Entered sj second-class matte B February 17, 180G, at the postoffleo at M Oarland, Utah, under tho Act ot Con- H ikii of March 3, 1879. M t. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Minagr H Saturday, Oct. so, 1906 H American Column. H Advertising. H Edited hy Tho Amcrlcnn Party. H NOTtOK There will bo hu American Mmi Convontlou and a Rally at Rrlgham H City Saturday, Octobor 20th, 1006. The B Convention will bo held 11 1 the Opera B House at 10 o'clock a. m., and the Unity BBfl in tho evening at the same place. The BBl baud will bo in attendance, the Amor- BBl can candidate for Congress, the candl- BBa, datu for Judge, and Hon. A J Weber and BBvJ others will deliver addresses. All Amor- J 1 leans are Invited. m J BBl Hrcollert that tho American Party b...

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. — 20 October 1906

Kabakon 1b tho now E3cn. The Order 'of the Sun lias estab lished there tho strangest colony on tho fnco of the earth; n colony In "which all go nnkod, all admit tho sun the source of all life, and all subsist upon cocoanuts for they say tho co crianut Is (ho sun's representative on earth, the lifo-glvor, tho hoalor tho "spirit of Sol. Tho cocoa palm Is tho mother of humanity; tho sun Is Its creator. In tho Palm Theater of Pure Na tural Life Is tho scat of government of tho International Colonial Empire of Frultarlanlsm, founded by tho Ordor of tho Sun, and there tho naked hosts, Christians, who until a few monthB ago woro clothes, worship tho sun, not as a god, but as tho glvor of all llfo nnd tho healcrtof tho bIcIc. Tropical Fruit In Rich Profusion on the Island The Island of Kabakon Is In German New Guinea and 'bolongs to tho New Laucnburg group, which is situated in tho nismarck nrchlpolago, botween v New Pommcrn anil Now Mecklenburg. It is ono mllo from Hcrbortshoeho, tho 'scat...

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. — 20 October 1906

I j "iRUN DOWN FRQMCR1P H- Or. Williams' Pink Pills Havo Cursd t This Form of Debility In m Hundreds of Casos. M' "Fonr years ngo," myn Mrs. P. Mor H tifsoii, of No. 11)22 CurMiit street, South ' Side, PiUhburg, Pa., "I took n cold 'which turned Into tho grip. Tlilfttroublo M iolt mo till run down. I wiih tliin, lind H fcaclmchu much of tho time, had no up- m cwtilo, my Ktoitinuh was out of order and H I felt nervous mid utiHtruiiK. H "While I hnd the grip I had n doctor, B i)ut I really HiilTeii'd nioio fiom tliu con M ditiou in which tlio inllticiizii left mo H thnnl didfrom the (lUcnsoltftolf. I felt H flcticrnlly wruMird mid inixerahlo mid H tho least expo-mio to cold would iual;o M tuo worse. I couldn't went to Kct tiny M letter until I Ik'K'Hi to talioUr. Williams' M rink Pilln. 1 very quickly not Iced n H foonofit after I toftim tnltiiiR tliem and H they rofllorod uio to ftood health and H ntrciiRth. Dr.WilliaiiiN'l'luk 1'illH nro H n wondorfiilly kkmI medicine. Thnnkf) H to ...

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. — 20 October 1906

a-1 '. - Orange a Long-Lived Tret. The orange is tho longest-lived frail tree. It begins to boar the third year after budding and for a hundred years It will yield abundant crops. Orange trees havo been known to attain to the ripe ago of 300. The orange requires less care and attention than any other fruit tree. IU early growth is rapid. In the first two years it grows more than it will in tho next 50. This re fers, of course, to Its height and breadth alone; Its fruit atoms and consequently its crops Increase more -. rapidly after the first ten years. , Frills Again In Favor. Tiny frills aro again being seen on muslin and other fine-textured gowns. These wero particularly noticeable at a recent fashionable function, whore several dresses wero worn ornament ed In this fashion. One was com posed of spotted net, and tho skirt had no less than 15 graduated frills, each frill being edged with tiny gauxo ribbon. The bodice was mado In fichu stylo, with frills to match those on tho skirt,...

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. — 20 October 1906

tiie garland globK ' I THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. ij J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. HI Telephone No 22k H ' (Formerly Wratt's DulchcrShop.) H Entered a rccond-clunt matter l'cbrury 17, H 1906, t the font olTico at Garland, Utah, under B the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. H ' Saturday, Oct. 20, 1906 H J ITEMS OF INTEREST. M j II. Otto paid Logan 11 visit Htindtiy, H Dr. K. C. Hlttciui U In town this week. M '! MUs Elva Hootb lit reported to be on H I thiiMck lint. 1 Mrs. P. A. Nordqnlst Is visiting rclat M ' Ivrs'and frlcudu in Ogdcn. B All kluda uf Beer on ten Mt Riter Uros H Drug Store. JW-tf fl Mrs Mario Wing Ii vhltlng rclatlvci M and friends In Suit Luke City. M Mrs Dnrdctt Smith mid Mrs Hcrbct 1). H Foutgor tire spending tho week In Ogdcn. H Miss Margaret Hen-ton of Hooper, UIbIi H l the guest of Mr and Mrs Win Holmes. H Miss Clara Clark returned Thursday H evening from a tun wceka' visit In Farm- H When making farm loans, call on M Joseph N. Stohl of llrigham City; lie...

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. — 27 October 1906

B " " aLLfl I V H iWTHE GARLAND GLOBE si I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT. BEAR RIVER VALLEY H I Vol.1. No. 36. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 27, 190(5 H I A Serious Accident H Last Monday Luther Lowry of Field- H tng.was leverly injured la an accident at that place which rendered blm uncon- icloui. Ho was riding a bone when an I approchlng steam threshing machine came along and frightened the auimal I which Jumped side-ways throwing him off onto his head, the horse falling and rolling over him. lie waa taken to his home and Dr. It. 11. Dutin of Trcmout summoned. After being lu an uucoufuious condition for 18 hours he rallied and recognized hi wife and thoio around him. Ho went Into a swoou again for 18 hours, He Is now In a semi-conscious conditio, suffering from concussion of the brain. Dr. Dunn is doing all in bis (rawer to 4 restore him to consciousness and it is hoptd he will be successful. Ladies' Self-Culture Club. The Udles' Self-Culture Clu...

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. — 27 October 1906

Bi' " H: -u c H The Garland Globe Hi i ' Published Every Saturday at ' GARLAND .... UTAH Terms of Subscription: ' Ono year (in advnnco).........$l.EO ; Six months .75 r Throe months CO M. Advertising rates furnished on npplt- H cation. 1 J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager ri nr r -li'i-R i ij-irLiiru-irinM-iLijjnrrfii i.t rj-.r nnfi'Ci H THE FAMILY COW. 'Drlndle" Asks for Little In Return H for All She Gives. H Many who llvo on small country H places arc deterred from keeping n H row by tliu mlstnken Idea Hint hIio re- H qiilreB too iniicli room or euro. Brlndlo needs no moro spneo for her comfort, H and leas of your time, than even tlio H small poultry yard. It Ih moro lmpor- H tnnt that tlio family Bhould ho supplied H with clean, pure, whnlcHomo milk thnn H any other nrtlclo of food. H All that Is necessary Ih a dry, well- H lighted stnll. live or six foot wide and H n few feet longer thnn the animal. A Breakfast at the Usual Hour. H tight manger and a Riittor -to rccolvo H tho dropj...

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. — 27 October 1906

I Pare, coro and quarter a dozen tart, Juicy apples, pour over them a cupful , of hot water anj ptoco In a Baucopan on the back of Hit rango. Let them stand 11 vo or ten minutes, then add two cups molasses. Coolc ten minutes, cover with a paste mado from a heap Ing pint of sifted flour, a teaspoontul of sugar and two of baking powder, with enough sweet milk to make a oft dough. Spread this over the ap- . plos, cover tho kettle closely and coflk 25 minutes without uncovering. Servo v with lemon or foamy sauce. Orders Thirty-Two Oil Burners. The Mexican Central railroad has -ordered 32 consolidated engines, I equipped with oil burners, dollvory to bo mado In November, Dccombor and January. Tho engines will bo built 'by the American Locomotive company. And at Your Expense. "Ills Idea of a 'lobster Is any one who drinks nothing stronger than wa ter." "How ridiculous! Why, If you press a lobster hard enough he's bound to take a nip." Unflattering. "Wondor why It's so easy for a fel low t...

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. — 27 October 1906

m -" I ; I K THE GARLAND GLOBE. I Hi vThc Garland Globe Hi Publish) Every Saturday at fl OAKLAND UTAH, . H j Terms ef Subscription: H Ono rear (In advance) $1.60 iBlx month 7G Three months CO Advertising rates furnished on ap- , plication. M Rnterod as second-class matte H , robruary 17, 1800, at the postofllce at H Garland, Utah, undor tho Act ot Con- ( cross of March 3, 1879. J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H i urn ' ' ' i ..i ,j H : Saturday, Oct. 27, 1906 M i County Commissioners M Hoard of County CommUsloners met B In regular scsalon Oct. 10th, Messrs Hart H and Valentino present. H Nell Anderson, Ilosd supervisor of H Mantua Prrclnct appeared ami ashed for H an appropriation to gravel road In south H part of Mantua. Upon motion of Clir. H Valentino tlM.OO was appropriated to H gravel said road. H Robert NIsh roadsuporvlsorof Plymouth H district appeared and asked for an H appropriation to remove hill near Mnlad H river and to gravel roads. The sum of H (250 was upon motion...

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. — 27 October 1906

I Our New York Letter I I Interestiai 'Gwip Gathered Around Gotham Bask For Womea I Orfy J Opened-City Drbki a 21-Mile River Daily-Autos I Have Transformed Upper Broadway. B J .(ut ik iv!) -Cv I NEW 'YORK. Now York's very latest lnno- I 1---v!CiJ2ntrAVV) vatlon Is "My Lady's Hniik," tlio only oxcluslvo B ' 3J5 L4lrrTrv j 'woman's bank In the country. Womon with I ft " T f PiUP 'coupons to clip, fair depositors with rolls of bonds fl r'Tsr I y !am notes os D'E ns dress patterns, have opened fl J fj fA'''-li 'accounts with the now bank. J Lyf IKly v0) Th,s distinctly feminine Institution Is tho Zjrr ?&&yi&qj 'financial stepchild of tho Day and Night bank, I r " ' " " I t3i 'corner of Fifth avenue and Forty-fourth street, H I J j i which opened last May. Tho new bank Is under B I " if tho samo management and housed In 'the samo ,7 A Ibulldlng. H li L. Mrs. Anna Rico, a clover 'llttlo English worn- H -s-""7 K- lnn' wno 'ins ")0en 'n c',arB of t'10 woman's do- H sss51151! par...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 27 October 1906

III II Maniac Murders Nurse to Wp Prevent Her from Leaving H ' (Ghastly Crime of Life Prisoner in a New York H; jt .Asylum Victim Warned, But Takes No H Heed Slaying Is Carefully Planned. H I Fishklll. N. Y. Lizzie Halllday, a H , life prisoner nt the stnto hospital for H tho insnnc, Iidh added tlio fifth murder H to her record by killing with nwful U " cruelty nnd cunning n girl nuiso who M lind won her friendship ly unvarjlng, H J kindness. H fj Uor victim was Nurse Nellie H Wlckcs, aged 1M, who wnH about to H u leavu the nHyliim to toko up profos- H slonnl nursing. It wns the fear of H . losing her friend (hut piomptcd tho H ' mnnlnc to fake her life. H kj A week ngo thu nuiso told the worn- H .an she booh would Icnvo her Tho H murderess was downenst. She re- H gnrded tho niiitu for n moment, nnd H i then, In a tone of cold deliberation, ex- H .claimed: H 'llf j ou try to leave mo I will kill B you." H "Oh, no, I guess not," until Miss H Wicked, laughingly. "Von wouldn't H hurm H...

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. — 27 October 1906

H UNITED STATES SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. HI Ex-Senator M. C. Butler. lB Dyspcfstu Is Often Caused By Catarrh H of the Stomach Peruita Believes Ca- vS tarrh of the Stomach anil Is Therefore a If Remedy l'or Byscsia. M lion. M. C. Butler, Ex-U. S. Sen- ', I ator from South Carolina for two II ;tcrms, In a letter from 'Washington, f JL C, writes to thol'eruna Medicine mm vo., as follows: vgm H can recommend Peruna for H dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I H have been using your medicine tor H a short period and I feel very much H relieved. It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine, besides a good tonic." CATARRH, of tho stomach Is tho cor rect nninu for most cases of ilynpep- I sin. In order to euro catarrh of the I stomach tho cnturrh must bu eradicated. I Only an internal catnrrh remedy, I Euch as lVruim, is available. I l'eruna exactly meets tho indications. I W. L. DOUGLAS I '3.50&'3.00 Shoes I BEST IN THE WORLD I W.LOoug!ai $4 8111 Edge Une". I cannolba equalled alan...

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. — 27 October 1906

, i HE 'UALVD GLOBL jM HPiai " ..sans iiim .ismr.Tr-jwiTr.TngTT II THE GARLAND GLOBE Kjt INDEPENDENT. H J A. "Wixok, . . Editor and Mugr, Hf Telephone No 22k Hf i (Formerly WyU' Bulchur Shop.) H Entered mcoikI-cUm mUr February W. H J JtOt, kt the pout o(Tlc t Gnrland, UUh, under H ' the Act of Comrrrii of March 1, 1B79. H j Saturday, Oct. 27, 1906 j ITEMS OF INTEREST. H I Register. ! Register Tuesday noxt. Tuesday, Oct. iiOth, Is tho lust day to B V itsgbtor. B ,j A 1. iVIghtVtas in town on business H J Tut-day, M Miss Myrtle Jensen wn an Ogdcn H ij visitor Tuesday. M Stohl Drotbcn prices ro all right on Heaters and Ranges. It H 1. A. Nordqulst returned Monday H evening from a visit to Ogdcn. H Mrs. Peter Jensen rcturucd to her H borne In Mantua Thursday morning. M Postmaster It F. Booth of Ilrlgham H City was in town on hulsnesH Wednesday B Mrs. J.M. Francke was tlio guest of H Mrs H. C. Vanausdoln last Friday after Hl Mrs. Tlcrbcrt II Foulger returned Wed- Hl ncsday from a visit w...

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. — 3 November 1906

I "- 1 aH (H H StAserlbcTo-dayi-You cannot .f. W D W W! " A A T M W af ll 1. Job Prmtlng.-Do you u. Utter fl H ford to be without your J fl M M M aLk I M fl M M J Statement!. Illll Head!, H H PArm. Add your name to our H H fc4 M H KF K ILI LaC Card. Uutter Wrap. M H llet of eubecribere TO-DAY and W V M f MH f m I eVLam VI LH H a-ettheOLOBBlBttmcaayearfor . M aVA m aVkm I H H aV aV H. aW H ' at thu ofllce and can iatifr yuur H H th aura of One Dollar and a UkU H I I a A eWa. H L I aWW H F aL A I m. W I W I wants and guarantee eellsfateloii H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H H Vol.1. No. 37. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 3, I90U 1 H H f -- .. i.. H Additional Local. H A passing picture show druw a small H crowd at the Amutoment ball Thursday H evculug, M Mrs Dubla Huosaker of Honeyvlllo, 1 wax visiting in this city yesterday the 1 guest of her mother, Mrs Ava 8asscr. H Hon. F. W. Flshburn and 'Sheriff Jos. H Josjphson of nrigham gave u...

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. — 3 November 1906

H The Garland Globe B Publlihed Every 8aturday at H OARLAND .... UTAH B Terms of Subscription: ! On year (In advanco) 11. CO Bl 81x months 76 HBb (Three months .60 Advertising rates furnlshod on appll- ! Cation. M J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I RATES IIIIIIIRH I TIMED BE m Such Conclusion Reached by H Commission Investigating H Insurance Companies ! Indiana Companies Have Been Guilty ! of Extravagance and Abuses, H Though They Have Main- H talned 8olvenoy, Says H the Report. Indianapolis. A special commls- elon appointed by tho governor, H which him been Investigating tho of. H flco of tho stato nudltor for a year, H with special reforenco to mutual and H stock llfo iiiHiirnnco compnnleR, has H submitted Its report to Governor Hun- H ly. Tho general aoncluslons of tho H coinmltlco nro that tho "cost of life H lnaurnnco to tho public 1b too high. H Tho present maximum premium rntes H for IiiHiirnnco nro so much In excess H of noods as to permit of extravagant management of companie...

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. — 3 November 1906

(Copyright, 1898, 1900, by S. 11. Crockett.) CHAPTER X. t At the High Altar. When Mnurlco von Lynnr Touched A. thoxpon air he stood for full flvo mln r utes, light-headed In the rush of tho city traffic. Tho loud reiteration or rejoicing sounded heartless and even Impertinent In his ear. Tho world had changed for tho young Dano since tho Count von Loen had been summoned by tho Princess Margaret. Ho cast his mind back over tho In terview, hut failed to disentangle any thing definite It was n maze of Im pressions out of which grew the cer tainty that safely to piny his difficult part ho must obtain tho whole confi dence of tho Duchess Joan. Tho young Dane found tho duchess walking up and down on tho noblo promenado which faced tho river to tho west. "Ah, Von Lynar, my bravo Dano, what good wind brings you hero?" she cried. "I declaro I wns longing for somo one to talk to." A consciousness of need which had only Just come upon her. "I havo seen tho Princess Margnret," said the youth sl...

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. — 3 November 1906

V II THE GAULAWD GLOBE. U I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND UTAH. H Termt of Subscription: H One year (In advanco) $1.60 H Six month! 75 H Threo months BO H Advertising rates furnlshod on ftp- H plication. M Entorod ai second-class matte H february 17, 1900, at tho postomco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con H Kress of March 3, 1S79. H t, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, Nov. 3, 1906 H Democratic Column. 1 Edited by tho Democratic County H Committee. M (Coullnucd from first page,) H FREDE V PETERSEN. H The domocratio nomlnro for tho ofllre M of county clerk, is a man in whom his neighbors have ever placed the greatest H confldrnco and he possesses a high dc- H grce of clerical ability. Those who H have bad to do with bis records and H accouiiU never tiro of proclaiming his carfulncss and accuratvnens Ho takes M cspoctal prido in having everything In M applo-plo order never putting off till H tomorrow what can bo done today. If H Mr Peterso...

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. — 3 November 1906

I UTAH STATE NEWS I Two families In Monroe havo been I placed under quarantine Tor smallpox. I Tho packing plant at Bonneville, I destroyed by fire recently, will be re built. Flro which Is thought to have or iginated from a defective flue de stroyed tho homo of Dr. 0." O. Dixon of Kaysvllle. frank McDonald, nrrestcd In Salt Lnlfc) tor drunkenness, was found dead In his cell, death being duo to ncuto alcoholism. W S. McCornlck, tho Suit Lake banker, has purchased a controlling Interest in the Utah National bank, of Salt Lake City. I Samuel Ostler, who camo to Utah In 1867 and settled at Springvlllo, where be had resided ever slnco, If ' dead at the ago of 69. id Mllford Is rapidly coming to tho' front as an Important business center, and, it is predicted, will soon becomo a city of no mean proportions. C. P. Held, an express messenger of Salt Lake City, is dead as tho result of being caught between a heavily laden truck and a car, and crushed. The ward bouso at West Bountiful, recen...

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. — 3 November 1906

I "nervous collapse H Sinking Spelts, Hondochoo and i Rhoumatlsm oil Yield to Dr. H Williams' Pink Pills. H, Mrs. LIzzlo Williams, of No. -110 Co- H Jar street, Qitlnoy, III., says: "Ever H slnco I lind nervous prostration, nbout H thirteen years ago, I liuvo hml peilodicnl H spoils of complcto exhaustion. Thucloo- H tor Mild my nerves were shuttered. Any H excitement or unusual activity would H throw mo into u Rlnlo of lifolossiicf. H At tlio bcgliiiiinu; my strength would H coma back In a niodcrntu (lino after each H ntluclc, but tlin purlod of weakness kept H lengthening until at lust I would Ho H helpless as tinitiy us threo hours at ti H stretch. I laid dizzy feelings, pulpltn- H tion ot tlio henit, misory after eatinu, H hot flashes, nervous headaches, rhou- H inatio pains lu tlio buck nnd hips. Tlio H -doctor did mo f.o littlu Rood that I gave H up his treatment, and ically feared tluit H my caso was incuiuhlo M " Whou I begun taking Dr. Williams' H rink 1111 my appetite grow...

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. — 3 November 1906

I Playwright' Method of Work. H Mr. A. W. I'lncro has an unusual H method of writing hLs plays. Ilia I work day does not begin until that of the average city man Is over. In the morning ho goe-s out, preferably on his bicycle, returning In time for early dinner. Then he has a comfortabte I sleep, and on waking up, late In the I afternoon, ho prepares for business. I After a cup of tea ho goes to his desk and remains working at his play until far into tho night Infant Trained to Steal. A woman has been arrested In Paris "carrying In her arms a four-year-old nlld which has been trained to snatch watcheB and scarfplns as Its mother carried It through tho streets. The Infant was seen to grab two watchos and seven pins in less than half an hour. BUILT UP HER HEALTH SPEEDY CURE OF MISS 600DE 8h la Mad Wall by -ydla B. Pink ham's Veg-atabla Compound, and Writes Gratefully to Mrs. Plnkham. For the wonderful help that she has found Miss Cora Goodo, 255 K. Chicago ATenue, Chicago, 111., belie...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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