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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 3 November 1906

1 THE GARLAND GLOBE M THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. M J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. M Telephone No 22k H (Formtrly Wyatt'a Butcher Shop.) H EnUreJ in Mcond-cUu mttter February 17, H 1908, at lha pott ndtco at Garland, Uuh, under H th Act of Conicrui of March 3, 1879. H Saturday, Nov 3, iqo6 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. fl Wo pay 27 cunts for eggs, Roothc B Mercantile & Produco Co. tf M Wm Holme returned Sunday from a H trip to Ogdcn. M W II Evans has been on tho itck list H fow (lays this week. m Mrs W L Qrovcr and daughter, MIih H Mary Grover, were Ogdcn visitors Moil m day. H Wo pay 30 cents for butter, Ilooihc m Mercantile & Produce Co. tf M Call on Joseph N. Stohl of Hrlgham City for your farm loans. Ho has tho B money and will treat you right. tf BBJ Mrs P A Nordqulst returned homo BBJ Sunday from an extended visit with BBJ relatives hud friends In Ogdcn. BBl Wilford Hess mado a trip to his homo BBl In Fanntngton last week, returning to BB this city Monday. BBl Joseph Jens...

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. — 10 November 1906

I 4 . I H Hi BHHl BV BhVJ I waas ' Till? .O 1 1)1 A XT " fY)1j jobprrjzn I (tthUL0BE2 tint a H H AbB H m aLBl I H aW H V M V H a at thia office ami can satUfyyow H the Manor One Dollar and a 1UU I I I i M At""! Ml 1 . H Ar "! M m HF M J M wanU ami RuarwUw Mtlefstc.un H I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I Vol.1. No. $3 Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 1 0, 1900 H I pabli I can I VICTORY A sweeping Republican victory Is the result of the election Tuesday and this city und county arc right la lino with the state nud nation. The enthusiasm manifested by our citizen In this election was far below tho usual interest that has pervailcd lu the past. Out of 293 registered voters, but 189 voted. 70 straight Republican, 12 straight Democratic, 4 Socialist, 4 American uud 43 scratch tickets it the result of the ballots cast in this city. For the Amendment to Sec. 2, Article 1U, of the Constitution, 52 votes were cast In Its favor aud 6 against it. F...

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. — 10 November 1906

I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at I OAKLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: M One year (In advanco) $1.G0 M Six months 75 H (Thro months CO 1 Advertising rates furnlshod on nppll M utlon. B J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I SOONERS GOBBLED IIP I ALL THE CHOICE CLAIMS H Walker Lake Indian Reservation, In H Nevada, Thrown Open to Settle H ment, and a Great Rush H Takes Place. H Thomo, Nov. With the firing of a H mighty blast of dynnmlto from the top H of Grant peak, the highest point In H Uio adjacent mountains, the Wnlkor M Lako Indian reservation was opened H at noon Monday, At tho glvon signal M hundreds of searchers for gold hur- H rled helter-skelter over tho boundary H lines of olaln and mountain, and bo M foro tho great cloud of smoko which H 'roso Into tho air from tho dynnmlto M explosion had drifted nway, a spec M tacular raco of automobiles, rnco M horses and vehicles was on. So groat M wns tho rush across tho desert from M tho lino nearest Hawthorno that ...

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. — 10 November 1906

---------I B - , & J (Copyright, 18S, 1900, by S. tt. Crockett.) J CHAPTER XI. Continued. Suddenly there passed n wavo over flj tho pcoplo who crowded the spacious ( Oom Plata ot Courtland. Tho many- (leaded, parti-colored throng of worn J en's tall coifs, gay fluttering ribands, fl men's velvet caps, gallants' white feathers that shifted like tho permuta IB tlons of a kaleidoscope, nil at onco IB Qxcd Itself Into a sea of white faces, flj from which presently arose a forest IN of arms, flourishing kerchiefs and IflJ tossing caps. To this succeeded a HJ deep mouth-roar of hurgherlsh wel flj como such as tho reigning Prlnco had IB never heard raised In his own honor. "Conrad Prince Conrad! God bless our Prince-Cardinal!" IB Tho legitimate tuler of Courtland, standing where Joan had left lilm, with his sllm-walstcd Muscovite men H tor behind him, half turned to look. H And thoro on the highest plnco stood H his brother In tho scarlet of his now I dignity, as It had como from tho P...

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. — 10 November 1906

H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H OAKLAND H Tarma of Subscription! H On year (In advance) tl.GO H Six month 75 Three months EO fl Advertising rates furnished on a B Entered a second-class matte H February 17, 1908, at the postomco at H Oarland, Utah, under tho Act of Con H trsa of March 3, H J, A. Wtxom .... Editor and Manager H at i , i i H Saturday, Nov. io, 1906 B STORK OP PAT SUSTAINS LIFE. H Hibernating Animals Exist on Thslr fl Reserve of Adipose Tissue. H Some animals which hibernate, or H retire to winter quartors, lay up a supply of food In tho autumn and pass J the eold season In a state differing J but little from ordinary sleep, from H which they occasionally awake and H satisfy tholr hunger, but others are J dormant during the wholo period, H taking no food. These rotlro to their H winter quarters provided with a due H aupply of fatty matter, a consequence of the abundant aupply of food they R have been able to procure during the H preceding months. Th...

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. — 10 November 1906

I UTAH STATE NEWS M Mrs. Kathcrlno Burrows, who came to Utah In 1852, died at Schofleld last I week from pneumonia. Tho Flour and Grain Dealers asso I elation, of Salt Lako City, advanced X the prtco of oats 5 cents per hundred. I Geo. D. Davis, a bookkeeper of Salt I Like City, was run down and killed I by an automobllo as he was crossing I & streot. I C. A. Aamodt, a painter about 55 years old, was run over nnd Instantly I killed by a freight train In the yards I at Bingham Junction. 1 Thomas Smith, a well known charac- 1 ter of Logan, was killed In the Ore- I ton Short Line yards by being caught II between two freight cars. I John Sill, an early resident of Kays- I vlllo and n man well known through- I out tho northern part of Davis coun- ty, died at Warren, Weber county, at I the age of 90. Roy Merrill, a grandson of the late Apostlo Merrill, while at work In Rich mond, fell from an electric light pole to the ground and his back was brolo in as a result of the fall. Thomas T...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 November 1906

I THEY CURE RHEUMATISM H A Particularly Painful Form of This M DIboqso Ylolds to Dr. Williams' M Pink Pills. H OF tlio many formswhlch rhonnmtlsm H k&KR, tlmt which is populnrly known ns H clntla ThpunmtlHin prohnbly tortunw its H -victim iu,rp thiin nuy other. Tlmt Dr. H "Williams' 1'ink Pills luivo cured this H , .fitublmrn ns well as inliiful troublo In a i fact proven by tho ii.llowIiiK stntomout, H land no HufTuirr who lends this cnu nf- H font to let prejudlco stand lit tho way of H trying theso blood-malcing pills. H KhnuimitiKiii is now Konerally ro- H cognized ni n. disease of tho blood. Dr. M Williams' Pink Pills malco iietuully H uiuko pure blood. When tho blood is H puro there can bo i.orhoiuitnll.siii. Mrs. H Thomas Ihcsiieliun, of St JMill street, H Wiiteitown, N. Y., nijh: H " My trouble began with u novcro cold H -which I took about a wcuk bufoio H Christmas iu 11)01. I Iwgaii to havo H fhmtmntlo pains in my back and limbs H and nftor a fluid I couldn't Btralhtcu...

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. — 10 November 1906

7 SBSBSBSBSBSBSBSBSafl I r") 4b0I Thousands of I ? Cv womon suffer 1 bCbJv dally backaches, fir Jfeh hcadncho, dizzy UHr1l 8 p o 11 s, languor, vlp'iml I nervousness and XMif lKr' lozon other llw P? symptoms of kid- im.1l lv noy double, but fMjn Ivv lay It to other Ul VV C!Uscs. Mako no Willi n mistake. Koop Jwil jr tl10 k,dnys well n Hk, and theso aches JJl r nnd troubles will .Mrs. Anthony Cadrotto, 77 Mechanic street, Looming ster, Mass., says: "My sight failed, I had sharp pain In my back and bcarlng-down pains through the hips. I was nervous, fretful nnd miserable,) The urlno was greatly disordered and I began to havo tho swellings of dropsy. I was running down fast, when I started using Doan's Kidney Pills. A wonderful change camo and after using them faithfully for n short time I was well." Sold by all denlcrs. CO cents a box. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Leaves Literature for Invention, It Is said that Oabrlcle d'AnnunzIo has wearied of literatures and now as pires to ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 10 November 1906

H TI1K GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE B INDEPENDENT. H J A. Wixom, . . Editor And Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Foimtrly Wyalt'a naUhr Shop.) H KnUred a attornl-cUta matter February 17, H 190, at the. poat office at Garland, Utah, under 1 the Act of Consreea of March 3, 1879. H Saturday, Nov 10, 1906 fl ITEMS OF INTEREST. B BonN Saturday I ant to the wife of fl Brlgham Mnrriott 11 lino son. B Wo pay 27 rents for eggs. Bootho H Mercantile & 1'roditcu Co. tf H Miss Mabel Carter of Brlgham City Is H the new lady typo at tho Globe olllce. H B.F. Bootho of Hrlglinm City spent 1 last Saturday and Sunday In thin city. Mr. and Mn. W.L. Grovor were Salt Lake visitor tho fore part of the week. M Dcputy-Shcrlff Clms Wight of Brig- ham, was in town ou legal business 1 Miss Lcnora Homer, the teacher of the North school spent Sunday In Brig- H ham City. B Mrs, Mary A. Vanflcct of Farmlngton, H tuMhcr of W. R. Vanflcet, Is visiting in H this city. Mrs Lewis Smith of Brlgham, mother H of A II ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 November 1906

I ,,w I bH bYM bYsbYsbi 8rtcteTo.yryouennotf. fll T M A M ff A T T W 4T Yk V M Job Pfmflnfli-Do ymi us LetUr H fort to b without your Horn i m B? sfBl Hjk I H Bjk fll Bf Bj JW Hi Statements, Hill Heads. BBBB Add your num. to our B BB Bfctl M HLF M Bk B BJ fl BVfll BM Knvolope.. Cards. Hutter Wrap- list of subscribers TO-DAY and B BB BF1 B MM Bk BHBT V I Bl B BJ B H BlBk T" per., etc? If we print them ttth.0L0lKtlme year for BJ B B B . BJ BJ JLBl JLBk I B Bl Bl BJ BjT H BJ B B B B . at this office ami can satisfy your BBBB the sura of One Dollar and Half BJ BJ BJ A BJ AH H k BJ ABB I J Ay B A B Ay BJ BJ wanuandiruaranteNitlsftclcn BJBJB DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H 4Vol. I. No. 3) Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 17, I90U H Banquet and Social. Thursday avtnlng, under tho auspices of the Garland Slilltary Dnnd, Indies' Sulf-Culture Club, Commercial Club and Banc Ball Tc.m, Mr. and Mm. W. P. Eaton were tendered a farewell banquet nd so...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 November 1906

Hi I ' The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M , GARLAND .... UTAH H Termi of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) $1.50 H Blx months 7G Thro months 60 H Advertising rates furnlshod on appll- H eatlon. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and ManaQer I RESULT OF ELECTIONS III FORTY-TWO STATES H New York, Pennsylvania and Massa- M chusetts Remain In Republican m Column Democrats Have Usual M Majorities In South. M Elections were held Tuesday In for- M ty-two states, mid whllo tlio results In H a number of Instnncos wero of un- M usual Interest, It may bo Bald that m gcnernly speaking, there wcro no M great surprises. M Throughout the south tlio Demo- M crntlc state and congressional tickets M havo been elected by the URiial inn M joritlos. In tlio went and cast tho fl states that wore aligned two years M ago in tho Democratic or Republican fl columns show no mnterlal change, tho M Dcmocrnts making gains In soma In- fl stances und tho He)ubllcans retain M control of congress by n good inn-...

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. — 17 November 1906

'"JfjaMllffl1 ; & j3'-R; crockets cvfc - (CfipyrlBhtifoS. 1949. WB.Il.'cfocWSrt.) " "' CHAPTER XI. Continued. Tlio 1'rlnco oQjouftlrfti( turtjedan Angry countenance upophls 'frjcud,. but tho keen-witted Muscovite looked so kindly and yet so sndly upon htm Oiaf after a -while the severity of his p faco relaxed ns It had been against his will, and with n quick gesture he added, "I bellovo you love 1110, Ivan, though Indeed your words nro no bet ter thhn re.d-h'ot, pincers" In my heart." ''iAArqlyo'il, Louis?"' Tjrled Prince Ivan. ( "I love you better than anj brother I hnve, though they will never live to thwart mo ns yours thwarts you better even than my father, for you do not keep mo out of my Inherit ance!" Then In agnj;cr tone hejyont on: "V love you so much Hint I will pledgo my father's whole nrniy to help you, flrstbj 'wlivyoy?twlfeJ' ncxLtg tako Hohcnstoln, Kernsberg' and Ma- rl.VpfVf iAlU ny'V;llm,l 'I yu 'arc still' nVnbMous. why to" Plissunburg and tho;Woftnnrk;,,jwhlch...

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. — 17 November 1906

H Tilt OAKLAND Of.OSE. H H The Garland Globe H Publlahed Every Saturday at H OAKLAND UTAH, H Termt of Subscription: H One year (In advance) ......... 11.50 H Biz month! .76 H Three tnonthi 60 H Advertising ratoi furnished on aa- a ftMaMMsaMMVMBIVIMaaMHBBAwaaBBMiIMHaBBanBa(aiBMHHMMM H Entered ail second-class matte H February 17, 1900, at tho postofflco at H Qarland, Utah, under tho Act of Con H cress of March 3, 1879. H 4, A. Wlxem .... Editor and Manager H sa i , i i : B Saturday, Nov. 17, 1906 B Half the Truth. B A few evenings ago the writer attend H cd a locture In tho Central M. E. church, H Wilkes Oarre, on "Mormonlsm versus H Americanism." Tho lecturer wm the H Rev, Dr. T. 0. Illff, a former suporlnton- H dent of missions in Utah. The Or. Is n very eloquent spenker, and although tho H Jcoplo who heard him paid him half n H dollar a head, bU oratorical gymnastic H exhibition waa probably worth the price. For nearly two hours ho ism- H basted tho Mormons with all the energy ' 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. — 17 November 1906

NEWS SUMJIAEY BB About 100 armed men nUar-ktd BB train at Rogow, Russia, derailed tin. BB express car, secured about IC50.000 BB and escaped. BB A loss of moro than 350,000 was lrv BB currcd by a fire which stnTted utter H midnight In the heart of the buslnos B portion of Hamilton, Ohio. I Sovcn Nationalist workmen weru Bb tmot down at Lodz, Russia, ono day Jast week by Socialists, The local B (ftuatlon Is most serious. B Tho burning of tho Rosenberg Hros.' B packing house at San Jose, Cal re- B suited In a total loss of $238,000, In- B eluding prunes valued nt J105.C00. B Tho cntlro crow of twelve men of Bj tho Norwegian bark Adena wero B drowned as tho result of the sinking Bj Df tho vcsacl near Rexton, N. D. Bj Jacob Stehman, a bollermaker em- Bj ployed at the Pennsylvania Steel B works at Stcollon, Pa., shot and killed M his wlft in the crowded 11 road street Bj market, B The Society of the Army of the Ten B ocssee, in session at Council Bluffs, B Iowa, re-elected General G. M. ...

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. — 17 November 1906

H I hhhhhhHi . H hhhhhhhi ' C00N f HHhI llJx W HHHI ' " 'ftp"' w ,; CATARRH HHHJ ' Ms , V.OFTHE.. ' i HEAD.THROAT i LUHGS STOMACH J KJDNETS.BLADDER iSLfc AND' ' pM PELVIC . Herding of New York's Poor. H r;ui) D. Crnvnth, chairman nf tho 1 ' -(oncnuinl-liouBo committee of tlio Charity Organization society, declares tliat a close cnnvns shows (lint there arc In Now York tenements 357,000 HH rooms that huvo no windows. HH ' Important to Mother! . HHJ V.nmlno cart fully cYery lottlo nf CASTOTtlA, HHJ r anil mra remedy for liifnnti anil children, HHJ ' Nil M-C llllt HHH lion I tic fjl , Si?.j Y7 HVJ HUlurouf L6afyr4&&UM fl I lu Uaa For Over 30 Yim. HHH XUr Ulna Yoa lloro Alwa;s Bought. H Love'i First Awakening. HHH j Onn is always n litttu hypocritical H I In tho beginnings or lovo. How can '1 -you expect n woman, n rensonnblo 1 woman, 'to confess to herself frankly H J (lint a man whom sho did not know B ! yestordny occupies already n larger H j -place In her heart than all her ...

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. — 17 November 1906

Bib l I Dyspepsiajf Women H Caused by Female Disorders and Cured by H Lydl.Pinkbam'sVegetahle Compound B A prctit many women imficr with a form of Indigestion or liycpepslu which H docs not seem toylelil toot-dlnary treat R nient, Whllothe symptoms .seem to be H similar to those of ordinary indlires- B tlon, yet the mi'iliciuet. universally pro- K scribed do not seem to restore the pa- B tlent's normal condition. I Mrs. M.Wright 1 H Mrs. I'lnkham clnlms that there is a H kind of dyspepsia that is caused by a H derangement of tho female organism, B and which, while it causes a disturb- H ance similar to ordinary indigestion, B cannot bo relieved without a medicine B which not only acts as a stomach tonic, HB but has a peculiar tonic elTcct on tho fc- J male organism, J Ah proof of this theory wo call at- J tcntlon to tho caso of Mrs. Magglo J Wright, llrooklyn, N. Y., who was completely cured by Lydia E. Pink- IH hum's Vegetable Compoutid after every- ug else had failed. She writes: ...

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. — 17 November 1906

iiiiiiiiiiKrfi iiiiiV I ll THIi; GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE j ( INDEPENDENT. Hl ' J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. H , Telephone No 22k (Fonn.rly Wyatt'i Butcher Shop.) H Entered u Mcond-cUiw matter Frbru.ry 17. H 1904, at the poat ofllra at Garland, Utah, uniltr H I th Act of CoiiereM of March 3, 1879. H, Suturdny, Nov 17, 1906 H Now that tho pay rolls of Tho Utnli H Sugar Co. are circulating tlic cash In our H town, don't forget that tlio Amusement H, Hall Is unpaid for and a few dollars from M each of us will cancel tho debt. m Why call this precinct Sunset? Gar M land precinct would ho more appropriate. 1 TVc suggest that the Precinct chairmen M or tho political parties get together and j formulate a petition, to be signed by the ' voters of the precinct, requesting the , Board of County Commissioners to B, chaugo the name of this precinct from ' Sunset to Garland. Do It now, M Tho November pay-days of Tho Utah U Sugar Co. were record-breakers. Satur 1 day, Nov. 10th, tho ...

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. — 24 November 1906

HHB ' fl BBfli X" Bfl BBftf . -- BB Br X. . Bfll H ..... n ym HBB - I .. -f-, - BH BflB B I imb'THE GARLAND GLOBE "bh I H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I Vfl Vol.1. No. 40. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 24, I90U I H Thanksgiving Day B Program. BBS Tlie following program baa been nr- BBm ranged for Thanksgiving Day services to BBB be held at tbc Garland Amusement hall BBW next Thursday, Nov. 20, 1000, commenc- BHj ingiitlla.m. HH 1 Selection by the choir. BAY 2 Prayer Chaplain A. II. Qleason. BBB 3 Selection by the choir. HH 4 Heading of Thanksgiving Proclama- BK tlons-F. D. Welling. HH 0 Trombone solo Leslie Grovcr. HH 6 Thanksgiving speech Dp. W. L. HH Grover. HB 7 Mixed quartette. H fl Recitation David D. Foulgcr. BH S Duet Mrs. Marie Wing and Miss HH -iEhhIo Evaus, BBM ' 10 Speech Products of Garland and H the Hear Klver Valley W. D. Dewis. BAY 11 Singing by the choir. BH 12 lleucdlctlon HH Teacher's Institute. BB Notice is hereb...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 November 1906

"' : I Hl The Garland Globe i Published Every Saturday at I GARLAND .... UTAH Terms of Subscription: m Ono year (In advanco) Jl.co Hi BIx months 75 H' Three months CO 1 Advertising rates furnished on nppll- f cation. H J A VVIxom Editor and Manaoer TOWN WASHED AM BUT INHABITANTS SAFE H l High Waters Bring Destruction to H Catlln, Washington, While Many Hj People Are Marooned on H ' an H Portland, Ore. Several lives re- i ported lost, forty persons wild to bo marooned on nn Island In tliu Cowlitz river In southern Washington, the town or Catlln swept nwny by thu Hi same river, rallroml trnlllc between H 1'iiKPt Sound nnd Portland nt n stand- H r.tlll, tlio railroads of western nnd H northwestern Washington In the smuo W condition, the Union Pnclllc nnd Ore- ' Kon Itnllway & Navigation track lorn- j porarlly blockaded by n mud-slldc nt H Dodson, thu telegraph nnd telephonn H, between hero and Seattlo out or com- H inlssloi), and wlro trudlc to eustcru i Oregon and Washington almos...

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. — 24 November 1906

hhhhk ;hhh1 HHHHB HHHJ HHHHH - i sssnii - HHHJ Hf (Cojij right, 1393, 1900, ly B. It. Clocked.; j CHAPTER XIII. BBHj Joan Stands Within Her Danger. BBJ So soon as Werner von Orseln re BBC f turned to Castle Kernsberg with news flflj of the forcing of the Alia and the HBj 'Overwhelming numbers of the Musco- Hfl vlte hordes, tlio snd-oyed Duchess of BBC llohcnstcln became onco more Joan BBS of the Sword Hand. Hfl The lnvndlug army must lmvo mini- HBj lscred thirty thousand, at least. There BBC were, nil told, about two thousand In BBS KernBherg. Von Orseln, Indeed, could BBC easily hac raised more. Kay, they BBS xsould have conio In of themselves by BBS hundteds to fight for their Duchess, BBS but the little town could not teed BBS BJ When Werner von Orseln and Peter Hfl Balta met (ho Invader at the fords of Hfl the Alia, Maurlco von Ljnnr and Alt BB PIkker had romalned with Joan, noml- HE nnlly to assist her dispositions, but Hfl really to form a check uixm tho lm- Hfl petuoslty of h...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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