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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 November 1906

M TIIKOAltLAMXlLOriK, H f - Lmal M9VbV aVarSSBak brrb srrTbTviiL'Rrbb RtflASlstiSRRRi rrbs MVHHgA rTt?ikTrV H tgjgmmBf "How many can f reach?. How many can reach m EL SSgSSgBPP H The only true basis of measuring the value and usefulness of a telephone H This Company has nearly I Ten Times as Many Actual Paying Subscribers m as any other Telephone Company doing business here. H . . VyV' To say nothing of ' ' v I 36,000 Bona-Fide Subscribers Within a Radius of 500 Miles. I ; The same conditions exist with your neighbors on the North throughout Hi I Caeh Valley in Utah and Idaho and on the south at Willard, Plain City. I North Ogdcn and Ogden. I F THE BELL WAVE IS SWEEPING ON! H The official Government Weather Reports furnished daily by this Company to all its Rural subscribers and Toll subscribers is worth the price of every tele- H phone w sell. I: bRRRRRbRB IHiMnBlilBBaBliHBHBlBBinHBBBBBlHBHBHHMBVBHHBlBai rh , ( i, , ' The Garland Globe LrrW M I fubtlhd Every Saturday at V tARLAND U...

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. — 24 November 1906

siKH sslllH UK ssKlllH H 1 I (OTClEffi SK1DCLQS VERY SYMPATHETIC. Bs A rather parsimonious gentleman tcccntly got tho better of sonic of B fjjs acquaintances, who were contln- 4mlly pestering him about his nig H Knrdllness. Gondcd to desperation B by their tnuntB, he ono day Invited B his detractors to a dinner. When B they made their appearance they wero B Blmply astonished at the ningnlllcenco B of the treat provided. Apologies woro B tendered, and thu miserly individual B warmly complimented as well. fl "Now, gentlemen," said the host, B . when acknowledging their compll- fl incnts, "you have put my liberality to H a test, I am going to try your generos ity. I know a poor man who Is very much in need of financial help through untoward circumstances, and I pro pose to raise a subscription on his behalf. Sec, I cummencu thu list with ton shillings. Will jou help?" Needless to say, everyono sub scribed libcrnlly, as no ono cared to bo thought more close-fisted than tho host, who, wh...

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. — 24 November 1906

bbsFT M BBBBBBfll - . u,nMTI-,.tr-.. --"- -.-.-, -- B WHEN CUBA WAS FOR SALE. H Offered to France for $6,000,000 In BBHJ time of Louis Philippe. H It Ik not generally known thnt BBBB Cuba very nearly beenmo a French H Colony In tha rolgn of Louis Philippe, flHBJ for Spain, being without means of H raising money, Queen Christina of- BBBB fered somo of tho principal Spanish BBBBJ .colonies for Bale. BBBBJ Secret negotiations wero carried on BBBBjl at tho Tullerlcs between Senor Cam- H pnzano, the Spanish nmbnssador; BBBJ: Senor Agundo, (ho banker; Prlnco do SSI! Talleyrand, and King Louis Philippe, SSli and the llrnt article of the trenty, by BBS which Spain wan to noil Cuba to j Franco tor 30,010.000 francs, or $0,- H; 000,000, was quickly agreed to. BBBJ; nut the second nrtlclo, relating to BBBBP, Porto lllco and (ho Philippines, broke BBJl oft tho nogotlntlons. for Spain asked BBBj! $2,000,000, wherenn Franco would of- H for only $1,400,000, King Louis I'hll- M ippo asserting that ...

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. — 24 November 1906

B mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmkmimmmmm LHHHHHHHc bLHHH .HUH: ' .11 INSOMNIA CURED j Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Restored K Wrecked Nerves to Normal Con- H dltlon and Good Health Followed. H Tho sufferer from sleeplessness too of- H ten resorts to lmblt-foriuing drugs iu H order to soouro tlio coveted rest. But H sleep obtained by tho uso of opinles is B not refreshliiK mid thu benollt is but H temporary at best. K Mrs. II. A. Fletcher, of f0 Blodqot H street, Manchester, N. II., is living cvi- m thMco of tlio truth of this statement, U Hmo.Biiys: "I received u shock of nn K apoplectic character. It wns ,o severe U that tho fcilit of my right cyo was nf- H fected, causing mo to see objects double. K I was confined to my lwl about four 1 wuoks, at oitotlmoliciiiK l-oldby tluxloo- H tor tlmt I cdnld not get well. When I 9 could lenvo my bed I wns in such n ner- m vons stutothat Icouldiiotsleeputnif;ht. B I would Kt't up Atid hit on u chair until W completely tired uivtmul tlicii go buck...

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. — 24 November 1906

sHHVf-' ssHHIIIH LssssVr 1 Hi TI1K GARLAND GLOBE H H THE GARLAND GLOBE M INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . , Editor and Mngr. H Telephone No 22k jHl , (Fonntrly Wystt'n Hutclirr Shop.) Si H Entered as MConJ-c! mittcr February 17, M ' 19M, at the post office at OirUnil, Utah, under H I Uio Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. Hi Saturday, Nov 24, 1906 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H ' Next Thursday in Thanksgiving day M I 1). P. Illtor cnmo.ovcr from Logan H Wednesday. All kinds of Deer on Ico nt Itltcr Ilros H Urug Store. JO-tf H,i L. H. Miller of Penrose was in town ' on business Monday. M Miss Elvn Itootha is reported to lie H quite sick with pneumonia. t Wo pay 1)0 cents for eggs. Roothe m Mercantile & Produco Co. tf M Charley Welling was a Salt Lake rlsi- i tor Saturday and Sitnday last. J, Charley Tlpwcn of Fielding has secured M a position at Itltcr Hro.i. Drug store. H Mrs. Lucy Clark is visiting relatives fl nnd friends in Farmlngton this week. H For Dressmaking, Plain Sewing and M Mendin...

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. — 1 December 1906

I .' J I BBHH BHrfl I -mo THE GARLAND GLOBE "hub I BBVBB j t i i , , , H H " ' ' - '- ' i in ... . .. . ... . ...... . ' i' . n i i ."""'""' --"" '"."" ' . , , , i I ., 1 ...-''"'"" ' ' ' I, i , ., ,.' i. ' ' " ' ","'" "T7"' " ' ,' i'i ',' H DEVOIED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H H Vol. I. No. 41. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Dec. I, I90U H H Thanksgiving Day. BH Thanksgiving Day was observed in H this city as a general holiday, most of BBJ the business houses being closed all' day Bfl and the employees given a rest. Thanks- Bfl giving dinners wore the orderof tho day. Bfl! A numborof ourcltlzons went away tn Bflj spend the day. At the Amusement hull, Bfl commencing at 11 im, Thanksgiving Bfl: services were held and the folio wiug Bfl Interesting program carried out: Bfl 1 Selection by the choir "Count Your Bfl1 Many Blessings." H 3 Prayer by D.E. Manning. Bfl 8 Belectton by tho choir. Thanksglv. BB ing Anthem. Bfl 4 Reading of Thanksgiving Pr...

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. — 1 December 1906

H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at B GARLAND .... UTAH H Terma of Subscription: H One year (In advanco) $1.50 Six months 75 Thro months EO Advertising rates furnlshod on nppll- II tlon. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I WOMAN BURIED TO DEATH BY EXPLOSION OF LAMP H Mrs. Erastus Utley, of Welser, Idaho, B Suffers a Horrible Death as the m Result of an Unusual PH Accident. H Wolsor, Iilnlio. Tho most liorrlfylnt! H nccldcnl, nnd one Hint litis cunt a H gloom over tho entire community, oe- H currcd In this. city TuoBdny night nt H tho homo of KniRtus Utloy, u promt- H nont citizen of Welscr. At u Into H hour Mrs Utloy. who was nl home H -with hor children, Mr. Utloy being nb- H nont, prcjiarcd to retire. Slit- hnd M talten olT her clothing nnd put on her H night mbc, nnd went to tho lnnii, M which wax In n lirncket on the wall, H intending to tnke It down and ox- H tlngulsh It. Slio lined It from tho H bracket, nnd wlillo It wan yet In her H hands, held above hur bond, I...

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. — 1 December 1906

AvAvAl HHHHHHJ (Copyright, 18DS. 1900, by 8. It. Crockett.) CHAPTER XIV. lsle Rugen. At CYentldo of tho third dny of their jouruuylng tho party came to a great morass. The horses picked their way warily through this tangle, tho rotten sticks yleldltiM as readily as wet mud beneath their hoofs Tools of stag nant black water had to he evaded, treacherous yellow sands tested, bridges constructed of tho firmer logs, till all suddenly they came out upon a falryllke little half moon of sand and tiny shells. Hero was a largo flat bottomed boat, drawn up against tho shore. In the stern u strnneo flcuro was seated, n man, tall and angular, clad In Jerkin and trunks of brown tanned leather, cross gartered hose of grey cloth, and home made shoon of hldo with the hair outside. He wore a black scull cap, and his head hud tho strange un-. canny look of a wild animal. It wns not at tho first glanco nor yet nt tho second that Boris and Jorlan found out tho cause of this curious appear ance. Meanwhi...

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. — 1 December 1906

BBWWWWTP H Till; OAKLAND GI.O!!)',. M The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at B GARLAND UTAH, H Terms of Oubterlpllon: H Ono year (In advanco) fl.60 H Six months 76 H Three months SO H Advertising rates furnlshod on ny- H plication. B Entorod aii socond-closs matte H Fobruary 17, 1000, at tho iostofnco at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act ot Con- H Kress ot March 3, 1879. H J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, Dec I, 1906 m Sucks Industrial B Blood of Town. H Man Who Buys Awny From Homo H Is a Leech. H HOT 8IIOT BY EDITOR WHITE H Likens Mall Order Houso Buyer to H Chinaman Who Kcops No Monoy Hero. H Tho following are a few thoughts from H Editor White of tho Emporia (Knn.) H Gazotto. So well put aro his remarks H that no room Is left for criticism or Im- H provement: H "The man who buys his goods of a H mall order houso and oxpects his neigh H bors in Emporia to buy goods of him, or H buy labor of him, or to buy professional H service of him Is economically a leech. ...

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. — 1 December 1906

1 H I UTAH STATE NEWS Thirty cnrloadB at sugar beets wore Bhlppcd from Vineyard 'this season. Samuel Houso, of Grantsvlllc, was Injured In ia runawiiy accident last woek. Esthor Glffnrd has been appointed postmaster at Sprlngdalc, Washing tnn county. Jlic first teacher Institute of the for Summit county, was held In Park City last week, x Threshing Is In full blast ugnln at OrantBvllle, busy shifts being put .In between slormB. In a streot crtr collision at Ogden, Motormaa CharlcB Fisher was badly cut about tho face and hands by brok en glass. The recent windstorm at Vineyard did considerable damage, u number of email buildings bdlng blown down and treea uprooted. Tho Tooele electric light company Is putting In more facilities, In order thnt better service ran b glen to tho cltlens of Oruntslllo. Tho -Davis County Teuehcis' Insti tute, which for ears 'has been held monthly during the school hcason, In Fnrmlngtou, will hereafter be held In Kayavllle Samuel Steel, Vlctoi Shlll and Wil...

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. — 1 December 1906

NOVEMBER AILMENTS H TMfilR PREVENTION AND CURE. H Novembor 'Ib tlio month of ralllna H ..cnipcrntures. -Over nil tho toniporate jH regions tho Vot wenthcr hns passed jM and tlio first neoia ot vintor liavo an H pearcd. Ah tho great bulk of civilized H nations Is located In Alio Temperate H- ,r 1 .ones, tho effect ' The Human System of changing flea , . Must Adjust itself R,"K H " 'men H . toChnngJnuTcm. JmMS. , peraturns. When thowealh. Hi ' ' cr begins tc , chango from warm to cold, when cool ' nights succeed hot nights, when clenr cold days follow hot, sultry days, (ho j htiman body must ndjust Itxeir to this aaM 'Chanced condition or nci-Isli. j Tho perspiration Incident to wotm H) weather hns been checked. This de- ' taltiR within tho system poisonous B materials T.'lllrli have hciotofoio round M escape thiough tho perspiration. H Most .of tho poisonous mntei'lnls re- M tallied In the Hjstem by the checked M perspiration find their way out or tho H 'body, It at all, through the ...

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. — 1 December 1906

t sbbbbh Ibbbbbbi iBB CRISIS OF GIRLHOOD .A TIME OF PAIN AND PERIL Miss .Emma 'Oolo Saya -that Lydla EL Plnkbam's Vogetablo Compound has Saved .Uor litre and Hade Her Well. How-niuny lives of benutlful young f Iris have been sacrificed lust as tliey were ripening into womanhood t How many irregularities or displacements have bean developed at this important .period, resulting In years of aullering 1 I JJtiiss Em m a Cole A mother should come to her child's nid nt this erltlenl time and remember that Lydia U. PlnUlmm'H Vegetable Compound will prepare the Bj-htotu for tho coming change and Kturt tills try. lngperiodin ayoungglrrsllfe without pain or irregularities. Jllbs EmmaCole of Tullalioma,Tenu. , writes: Dear Mrs. rinUiam: " I want to toll j on Hint I nm-enjoy Inrj let ter health than I lmvo for j-ennt, and I ono It all to Lydla E. l'inUliam'd Vegetable Com. pound. ' When fourteen years of new I mfTr-rpri al most constant pain, ami. for two or tlin.ii venrs I hud t-oruiiev) and p...

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. — 1 December 1906

H ! THE GARLAND GLOBE LB I ' : - H THE GARLAND GLOBE H ' INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixow, . . Editor and Mngr. M ( Telephone No 22k H Entered u aennd-claa malUr February IT, H l&M, at th poit UTtc at Garland, Utah, under R Die Act of Cor,rri of Maroh .tlfi79. Suturdny, Dec. i, 1906 M . ITEMS OF INTEREST. M Mrs F. D. Welling left Wednesday to H spend ft fow days at Farmlngton. Jumei 8. Nye of Furls, Idaho, falhurnf Mrs. II. 0. Hunsakcr, spent H last week in this city. H Mrs. W. It. Vaulted has returned H homo ngnln after a pleasant visit with H rclHtlvcs In Farmlngton. H Mrs. N. L. Drown returned tho torn H part of tho week from a visit with ruin- H lives nt Clinton iitid Syracuse, Utitli. H Mr. and Mm. llyrum Jensen of Collin- H ston nro rojolclng over tho nrrlval of n H fltio son that cmnu to their homo Inst H Saturday. H A reorganlratlou of tho Farmlngton H ward took place last Sunday. J H Robin- H son was chosen as the now bishop with H Jas.J. Steed and Chas. Sccrlst as his H counse...

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. — 8 December 1906

"y'THE. GARLAND GLOBE I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. I. No. 42. Published ot Garland, Utah. Saturday, Dec. 5, 190(5 H "The Southern Rose.' At the Garland Amusement ball next Tuesday evening, Dec. 11th, tho people of Garland and vicinity will be given an opportunity to witness one of the best military drama evor written. The drama will be presented by tho Brigham City Dramatic Co. The cast Is a strong one every character in tho cast being "old hands at tho business" having had no small amount ot cxpcricnco in this Ilnu. All who have had tho pleasure of seeing Balrd, Chriatcnseu and Bowrlng on tho stage, speak vcy highly of their dramatic ability., Tho lady characters, Mr. Neb", Miss Bywaior and Miss For gruu are especially good In their re cpcctlvo parta and tho pcoplo of Brigham City arc a unit in pronouncing tho pre suntation of Tho Southern Rose the best play ever presented iu that city, by the ,pXIonio Dramatic Company. A crowded ho...

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. — 8 December 1906

I . A - I i The Garland Globe BJ ' Publlihed Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH BBB , 1 1 i i r i BJ Terms of Subscription: BJ One year (la mdranco) $1.60 BJ Blx months 7G. BJ Three months 60 BJ Advertising rates furnlshod on nppll- J Mtlon. BJ J, A. Wlxom Editor and Manager H RAIN WATER STORAGE BARRELS. BJ j Corivenfent Arrangement by Which a BJ Supply May Be Kent on Hand. BJ Thu Town nml Country .lournnl of BJ AuBtralln Illustrates n method of ar- BJ ranging ruin barrels In n series which BJ will appeal to our farmers. Several BJ largo hnrrola nro sot In n row on a BJ sultablo. pjntform nnd connected with. BBBsl (S' JBPJ r H irprrn i B l miTI BJ " Rain Water 8torage Barrels. BJ ' pipes nenr tho top. As tho bnrrol A BJ Is lilted, tho overflow runs Into barrel BJ II, and so on until C Is also filled. Wa- BJ ter Is used each tlmo from tho hnrrcl BJ ( furthest ffora tho envo Hpout with tho BJj i rcBUlt'-tliiit spiico emptred ('noli tlmo BJJ I Jsoqji that' It wll) bo .filled,, readi...

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. — 8 December 1906

I THE PRESIDENT'S I ANNUAL MESSAGE I TO LAWMAKERS H --- Recommends Legislation on I New and Important I Subjects. ' I INCOME - INHERITANCE TAX He Belioves Such Laws Would Curb GrowtKof Fortunes to Dan- gerous Proportions. Hl View's on Negro Question Asks for Currency Reform, and Shipping BUI Would Make Citizens of Japs Many Other Important Subjects Discussed. Washington, Dec. 3. President Hooso vclt's ineao to tlie second session of the Fifty-ninth congress deals with a number, of new and Important subjects, chief of which Is the government prose cution of tho trusts, the abuse bf Injunc tions in miior iroumes, 1110 negro ques tion, the preaching of class hatred Between capital and labor, additional legis lation for the control of largo corpora tions, it federal Inheritance and lucomo ijx law and currency reform. - C The message opens with a, statement of what tho last congress left unfinished, and of this he says: J "I again recommend a law prohibiting til corporations from contrib...

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. — 8 December 1906

Br afl f il'M.HV AM) 0T OB E H H 7 uumiiMiwuni iiihihh in ihtww www ww w It The Garland Globe Iw Published Every Saturday at I , OAKLAND UTAH, H . Term of Subscription! I 1 4 On year (la advance) 11.50 H i Btx months 76 H v Three months CO H Advertising ratea furnished on as- H . attention. Ha i H Entered at! second-class matte H "ebroarr 17. 1900, at tho postofflco at H Garland. Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H tress e March 3, 1879. H ' 4, A. Wtxom .... Editor and Manager H ' f Saturday, Dec. 8, 1906 BftBB I ' Commandments of BB 1 I' Mail Order Houses. M Twclvo commandments tnako up tho H dccaloguoof the inall order house. These H , commandments worn not wrltton on stono by Moses, but they aro thoroughly un- M dcratood and frequently bumped Into by H anyono who deals with tho cataloguo H mailorder concern. Following aro tho H ' twelve commandments wblch thoroughly H Indicate the business sldo of thcso H , concerns: H 1. You shall sell your farm product H for cash whorovcr you can, bu...

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. — 8 December 1906

I I BBB 'fl BHH I H UTAH STATE NEWS BBB William Abell, a prospector, foil BBS down a flight of stairs in Salt Ijikc ftflj City and sustained a broken lee. BHJ About one thousand people -were B treated to thclt Thanksgiving illnnei ftflj by the Salvation Army of Salt Lakt BH City. HH Hebcr Bcnnlng of Ta.vlorHvlllc hat H been assessed $100 by the forest re H eh'e department for trespassing 01 HHj tlfe reservation. ftflj The Bum of $2,287 was added to tht BBJ treasury of the St. Mark's hospital at H tho result of tho charity hall held lc BHJ 8alt Lake City. BHJ Thirty births wcie repotted to the BHJ gait Lake City health department dur BHJ lng the past week, of which twenty flflj were males and ten females. flflj Harry Wadsworth. who came tc flflj Salt Lako three months ago from tht flflj west, was killed last week by an en flflj gine on the Salt Lake Knute. HH A TOcal and Instrumental musical BHJ programme was rendered for the en BH tertalnment of the convlctH In tht HH state prison o...

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. — 8 December 1906

T1 Pp - ,.- s. - Tj f 7. I ' I I 1 - - I I GAINED 34 POUNDS Perslttent Aneemla Cured by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills After Othor H Romcdlos Had Failed. H " Whon I begnu tnkliiR Dr. Willlntns' Fink FIIIh," wys Mrs. Nathaniel Fluid, H of St. AllmtiH, Somurxot comity, Mnino, H "I was the palest, most MoorflcHg person H , you could ImiiKiiiv. My touguo nnd H KIUU8 wero colorless nnd my lingers nnd H - curs woro llltu wnx. 1 liiul two doctors H niuttlioy pronounced niylionll(iuiiioiiilii. H Ihml spoil of vomiting, could not cut, H In fact, did not iliiio to, I hud Biicli din. H trosMnftorrntiiif;. My hloiiineliwrm filled H with ks which cniiK'd mo awful iigony. H Tim Imolsitclio 1 mlTercd was at time H almost uuhcnmbloiiml tlio least cxcitiou H wndc my hem t bent no fast that I could H hardly brentlio. Hut t hi) worst of all was H thoppllttlnu iiriimljrln licnduulin which H s iiororloltiiinfm'buvuiiwui'liH. About tliix H timo I had laid Huveral ntinib spells. My H-' , limbs would bo cold and...

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. — 8 December 1906

BBBBJ BBBBJ i hvbbv I " MTHE SHIP I Mutiny on Cruiser Tennessee Ouelled by Marines With "loaded Guns. r- Mer Balked at, Quality of Ration Is- si ed 'and Refused to Work Until Forced' to dd'so at the Point of Guns In Hands of Sanor Lads. Norfolk; 'Vn'. iron from the crui sers Tennessee and Washington, which convoyed President Roosevelt on Jils trip to Panama and back, while- In' Norfolk on ''Thursday de clared that tho nllcgcd mutiny on tho Tenncssco occurred whllo tho cruiser was? being conlo' on tho Isthmus for the j return' trip' homowiJrd, 'and not during (ho trip. Tliey tmld tho men on tho Ten nessee, alleging poor and unsatisfac tory" rations, refused to .coal t,ho ship. Tho' marlno guard was ordered out andj according to the men here, the tnarlncts stood with pointed guns threatening X to shoot tho 'first ,mafi whonuft Jils poijt during tho coaling of tho cruiser, tlio coaling was in this' vay"6mpl6ted and' un a result ol irtSa.ollc.go. .niutinylOQ. inon-vcro placed In tho bri...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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