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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 December 1906

BW BB I THE GARLAND GLOBE , BB Bl ... . ... .- ... I.,- - - - iiiniiiiMtrwiiiimiiiiMaaririr '' i r-tTrvrrwwtrttrimt--wt'mmammmmZ2 BBBl I ' THE GARLAND GLOBE . INDEPENDENT. J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I j Telephone No 22k B i (Foraurly WrU' Butchtr Shop) H I Entcmi M toconJ-cUM mtt.r Fcbnurr IT, M IKK, at Um pot oflle t GtUnJ, Uuh. under 1 the Act of Contrnu ol Murch ,ll87. H Saturday, Dec. 8, 1906 J ITEMS OF INTEREST. B See the President's Message H in full on page 4. bib Bj T.Ij. Barrof Logan Is Again on duty B at Itlter Bros. Dm; store. B 1 Mrs. S. II. Bingham went to Plain B City Wednesday for a short visit. 1 Mrs. Wright Evans ro turned Sunday 1 evening from a few days' visit In Brig. H bam City. M . T. E.8ecrlst returned Monday even- fl Ing from a ten days' visit with relatives H in Fnrmlngton. H August Jcppson and Mis Lcnora Rom. BJ or, a teacher of tho Garland North school , BJ wore Brigham visitors Sunday. m Mr. Larsen of Garden City, Idaho, H brother of Mcsdamca Peter a...

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. — 15 December 1906

-' M l ' 'I bKH '1 H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H H Vol.1. No. 1 ' Published at Garland, Won. Saturday, Dec. 15, I90U I H Amusements. B The presentation of "The Southern B Rose" or "Llnwood" at tho Amusement 1 bull last Tuesday evening by the Urlg- H hum City Dnimntlc Co. drew nn over- B How bouse, n number being satisfied H with Rtand-up scats during the perform- jB mice. The train bringing the company H in was late but tlio show commenced in H good time. The performance was a Hj pleasing 4-act military drama nnd was H well tilled with scenes of trogedy nnd jR high class comedy. Tho costumes nnd jH gouernl make-up of the characters reprc H scnted were exceptionally good. The H company made a good Impression here B nnd fur out-nlnssed the traveling t roups H that linvo visited this city during this H Reason. B vTo slnglo out any one character would Bb Be'unjnst, ns everyone on tho cast did Bs exceptionally well in their respective Bfl parts, ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 December 1906

sBulp I ; I The Garland Globe 1 Published Every Saturday at H QARLAND .... UTAH B Termi of Subscription: m One year (la advanco) fl.CO Blx months 75 1 Three month CO 1 Advertising rates furntshod on nppll- M atlon. M J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I RUSH OF WATER I ENCULFS TOWN I Clifton, Arizona, Visited by a Flood and Many Lives H Reported Lost m Frame Buildings In Which People M Were Living Were Destroyed by fl the Raging Waters and Help- H lees Woman and Children H are Drowned. H BIsbeo, Ail. Ono of tho worst M floods In tho lilHtory of Cllflon, Ariz., H enmo down tho Snn Francisco river and Chase crook Tuesday night. Tho H principal luminous section of tho town H was almost completely ruined. From H eeven to twenty persons Is tho report of tho loss or life. Then immo of only H ono victim, however, has been ob- fl talncd, Mrs. Joseph Throni, who with H her husband and children was caught M In a falling building and killed. Tho H other members of tho family had nar- H row escapes...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 December 1906

m BBHHJ Hi HHHHHHfl I B S-R:CRDCKETT.a"?y?d'vardte (Copyright, 1898, 1900, by S. It, Crockett.) CHAPTER XVI. B Borne on the Great Wave. . It chanced that In the chamber from which Werner vou Orseln hail come bo swiftly at the cry of the Wordless Man, Doris anil Jorlnn, nfter sleeping through the disturbances B above them and the first burst Of the storm, were waked by the blowing H open of the lattice ns the wind teach' ed Its height. It was tnll Bors who first mado his way to the window. The lattice hung by one leathern thong. The other had been torn nwny B ' and Indeed It was n wonder that the B whole framework had not been blown ' bodily Into the room. For the torn- pest pressed against It straight from the north, and the sticky spray from I ' the waves which broke on the shingle I drove stlngingly Into the eyes of the man-at-arms as he looked out. Nevertheless ho thrust his head out, looked a moment through half-closed eyelids and then cried, "Jorlan, wo nre surely lost. The sen...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 December 1906

M THE GARLAND GLOBE. H The Garland Globe H Published Every 8aturday at M GARLAND UTAH. 1 Terms of Subscription: Ono year (In advance) $1.50 1 Blx months 7C B Throo montliB CO m Advertising rates furnished on np- M plication. H Entered ab second-class ranttef Fohruary 17, 1'jOG, nt tho postofflco ht M Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con m gross of March 3, 1879. fl J. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H T H Saturday, Dec 15, 1906 H Banks Hurt by H Mail Order Houses. M ' It Is only lately that bankers of the M vest liuvu come to 11 rcnllzntlon that the H mall order system of business has been a M serious injury to tliciu, killing off the H business of their towns, tnklng out of H circulutlun money that should help H swell tho local bunk deposits and other H wise Interfering with town progress, says H the Wichita Prtco Current, B Tho trouble has been with many H bankers thnt they failed to consider tho H buying-goods-nway-from-hoino evil as M anything of particular concern to them. H Wh...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 December 1906

flfl 'HHH HH Hflfl flfl HHH :. ' ' HM HJ ttTjjitffW ...-.CiSJWWffWr H 'POINT8T0N 'BUYING A MORSE. H 1WhatitoHave In Mind When Seleat H . Ing. a 'New Animal. H Too many peoplo buy horses with H out considering the purpose for which H 'they nre to bo used.- They think a H horso Is1 n. 'horso tho world round nnd H that thcro 'Is but 'little difference ex H copt In dlzo an dwelght. Experience H and observation has taught me that H tho slope of the Bhouldcr has muffl to do with the horse's ability than H disposition or other points. H Tho horso with tho shoulder such nt R '?. ' no 2. no 3. Different Typet of Hones. shown In Fig. 1, which Is almost per pedicular, will bo able to pull a heavy load without Injuring his shoulders Tho collar will not work up and choke him and his shoulders will stand up well under heavy work. A horso wltb shoulders like Fig. 2 will stand ordl nary work and drive well, but a horse with very sloping shoulders llko Fig 3 Is suitable only for uso as a saddle hors...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 December 1906

M LlMB RAW AS PIECE OF BEEF. BH Suffered for Three Years with Itching BH Humor Cruiser Newark U. S. N. BH Mafi Cured by Cutlcura. H "I suffered with humor (or about H threo )oais off and on. I finally saw a BH doctor ntxl ho gave mo remedies that BH did inn no good, so I tried Cutlcura BH when my limit below tlio kneo to the. BH :inllo was ai raw as n piece of beef. 1 All I need was the Cutloiirit Soap and B the Ointment. I b-itlied with Cutlcura BH Soap every day, and used about sli BH or seven lioes of C'ltlcuia Ointment. BH I -aas thoroughly ruicd of the humor H la three weeks, nnd haven't been of- H footed with It since. 1 use no other 1 Soap than Cutlcura now. II. .1. Myers. H IT. S N. IT. H. S. Nuvvuilc, New York, H July's, IOCS." H ( Scheme Worked Out Badly. BH Congicssmnu Suler icprcscnts n M densel) populated dlstilct on the 1:.tU M side or Now York city It occulted to BH him sotnr months ago that though BH thoie ate no gardens In his district BH some of his constituents mi...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 December 1906

iflffwnrSl the Uu!l BEST J m TEA IESSH GROWN ''KfyB ..it.. ' iisaaiil IBHHWWIW1I yovr IBBB3SD3BGhOJ grocer AWFUL COST OF WARFARE. Human Lives and Treasure Expended on the Battlefield. ' In tlio so-called "glorious" victories of Caesar a million men lierlshed on the field of battle. Nnpoloon, In the short space of nine years, wus author ized to devoto to "the Riory of Franco' 2,103,000 of her sons. In tho ten years followlHK the attack on Kort Somtor tho world destroyed In war 1,400,001 lives and six billion dollars' worth ol property. Two-thlrdu of the combined budget of tho various states of Eu rope are devoted to tho maintenance of armed forces and to tho service ol a debt practically tho wholo of which was Incurred by wars. War expenses In Kuropo absorb one-half of all the wealth created by productive labor In tho comparatively Insignificant wai of England with the Ilocrs England Kfct 22,450 men and spent 11,400,000, O00. Thrco hundred and fifty thousand men were withdrawn by her...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 December 1906

H THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mngr. H Telephone No 22k H (Kormtrly Wynlt'i Ilutchor Shop.) H " H Entered aa necond-cliua mntUr Krbruarr IT, H 1900, st tho wst blllca at Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Conrca of March 3, IS79. H Saturday, Dec. 15, 1906 H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Dr.I. M. Kriwckc wits In Suit I.nko on H business Thursday. H Mrs. Wright Evnns Is reported to be H on tlia sick IIt this week. H Mr. iinil Sirs. M. A. Hootlm were Og- H don nml Salt t.ulto visitors Thursday. H Armond Rose of Fiirinliigton, brotliur H of Ursol Hoic .spent n few days Inst week H Wither T. Poker, chief clerk of The H Vtnli Sugar Co. of Suit I.uku city was In H town Thursday. H Mrs. J. A Wlxnm left Thursday for H Montpeller, Idnlio, to visit licr parents H Mr. mill Mrs. Peter Hmick . H Manager It. Gustnv MlchaelU of tlie H Garland Milling Co, wont to Logan Mon H day on business connected with the .Mill, H HoitN Monday morning to the wlfu of H Davi...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 December 1906

I L I tsbpTHE GARLAND GLOBE "mm I J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H I 'Vol. I. No.' 44." Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Dec. 22, I90U H Don't Be Alarmed "Much Ado About Nothing" It Is surprising to noto the "Mouutnln" inado out of h "Molehill" sttttements tlmt nru being clrculnted in our little surrounding places concerning the small pox KllUAtlon In Garland. Humors ore afloat that Garland Is a hot-bed of small pox patients, that The Sugar Factory has been closed and the sugar condemn ed by a government inspector. It is all "rott," purely manufactured of "hot air" by a few jealous individuals who delight to report to nny scheme to retard the progress of our thriving town. The factory is running full blast every day and the sugar is as pure as the driven snow. The facts nro that tXero exists la our Community three or four cases of small pox which arc under the caro of Tit' Francke, who has them under strict quarantine at the Japanese headq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 December 1906

r I . The Garland Globe I Published Every Saturday at I ' ARLAND .... UTAH H Termt of Subscription: H One year (In advance). ...... ..11.60 Blx Bonths 76 . Thr month 60 Advertising rates furnlshod on appll atloa. B i - H ! J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I FURIOUS GALE SWEEPS I ALONG PACIFIC COAST H One Man Is Killed by Falling Walls M in San Francisco and Consider- B able Damage Done to M Property. M San Francisco. A southeast galo M swooping along th a cost at a registered M volocity of forty-eight miles an hour H on Monday resulted In tho death of m ono man In San Francisco and In tho lfl eovero Injury of sovornl others. Shin- M ping In tho harhor was damaged con- H sldcrably and In all quarters of tho M city tottering wnlls wuro hurled to tho H ground, blocking strcots nnd lntorrupt- H lng trnlllc. Owing to danger from fall- H lng walls, streut car sorvlco was en- H tlrely suspended for a tlmo. M John Ilynchart, a laborer employed H nt tho corner of Stockton and Broad H way stree...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 December 1906

!i JOAPlsWMlID (Copyright, 1S0S, WOO, by S. II. Crockett.) CHAPTER XVII. Wife and Priest. "I havo a right to cull myself tho widow of the Duke Henry of Kerns berg nml HohoiiMluIn," snld Theresa von Lynur, In reply to Conrad's ques tion as to whom lie might thank for rescue and shelter. "And therefore tho mother of tho Duchess Joan?" he continued. Theresa shook her head. "No," she said sadly; "I am not her mother, but and oven that only In a sense her Rtcpmother. A promlso to a dead man has kept mo from claiming any privileges save that of living unknown on this dcsolato isle of sand and mist. My son Is an of fleer In tho service of tho Duchess Joan. i Tho face of the Frliiec-Blshop light- I ed up Instantaneously. "Most surely, then. I know him. Did I ho not come to Courtland with my lonl Dessnucr, tho Ambassador of I l'lasenburg?" Tho lady of Isle Rugen nodded in differently. "Yes," she said; "I believe ho wont to Courtland with tho embassy from 1'lassenburg." "Indeed, I was much dr...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 December 1906

H ! ' TH. OARI. VMiUIOIlK H I i i , r - . - - i The Garland Globe B ' Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND UTAH. H Term, of Subscription: K ' Ono year (In advance) J1.E0 H Six montViH 75 H Thrco months r0 H Advertising rates furnlshod on a? H plication. H Entorod ati socoml-clnss mnttef H February 17, ltiOC, at the postofflco at H Qarlnnd, Utah, under Uio Act of Con- H gress of March 3, 1879. H A A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager M ".- , H Saturday, Deo 22, 19(16 H Sap Country I Of Wealth. M (Hy John S. Potts.) H Every year millions upon millions of H dollars find tliclr way from this towns, H villages unil runil districts of the conn- H try to tint cullers of tho mull order houses H In the cities, and go to tho upbuilding of H enormous institutions In the centers of H population. Naturally, tho sources from H which tho contributions nro made sulfur H accordingly. H Figures ever tell a better story than H words. Hero are figures which tell u H story so stupendous that Its full slgnl...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 December 1906

' HH 'UTAH SjTME MEWS A carload 6I holly from Wjclaware was received in -Salt tLakellaht -week and was disposed -of to- local- dealers. RlchnoWs 'building boom scorns to grow dally. "A -now -opera house to cost $20,000 1b -now Loln promoted. Tho Southern Pacific has ordered ' constructed rolling Block '-which will coat In the neighborhood of $0,000,000. Salt Lake 'Oily Is In the grip of td coal famine, and much suffering; nay result IMho weather should turn cold. A number of tho young men of Qrantsvlllo got together recently and H spent a day chopping wood for the I poor. I Tho 20-months-old child of John Van I Woerkom, of Ogdeu, fell Into n tub of I boiling water and was scalded to I death. I A determined effort Is being made I 1o suppress gambling In Ogden. Seven- I teen men were arrested one night last I -week for gambling. 1 Elaborate preparations aro being H made for a Christmas dlnucr to be 1 given the Salt Lake nuwHlxiys by I Samuel Newhouse. I The last share of tho Provo Car...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 December 1906

I Hi I I HER HIGHNESS H The Story of a Christmas Peacemaker " By A. M. CONSTANTINE V I H Nor Highness jitiiiioil off (lie pinna H stool and ran to lii in ongorlj. H "Von mo very late, hI r knight," she H said, loprnvingly. "Oh. two thiee H hours Into!" H ' "Futo Ih the orruiulcr, Your High- H no.iH,!' thu young fellow limited, with n M deprecating wave of IiIh arm ".My 1 , train was delnyed (no hours, and In m th accident several people weie H killed. So I'm fortunate to bo hoio ni ' H "Oh!" mtirmmed tlie child. B "Hut I triiHt your highness la In good j M In;, dlh," hu added, with giavo cour- I M tesy, "and all your loyal hruthcis mid M her majesty the iineen'1" m Then ho kissed the oiilstictehoil lit-' H tie lingers with gieul dignity and laid I M a Htnall package in onu palm and n B landfill or honhoiiH In the other. And H then ho wished Her Highness a very B merry Christmas and ugnlii added li Ih H courteous felicitations Tor all the loyal H relatives. M Her 1 1 IkImicps rooed d...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 22 December 1906

-""-' j pH Train .the Vole. -' Remember that a good voice It as essential to self-poet-csston an good Ideas are essential to fluent language.. The voice should be carefully trained and developed. A full, clear, flexible voice Is one of the surest indications tit good breeding. The Korean Heirloom. The! heirloom of greatest Import-' ance in the Korean family is tho hat It Is made from the hair of the family I ancestor, and Is handod down from father; to son. PIONEER IN FLASH SIGNALS. INaturi Has Provided Antelope With , the Apparatus. Another remarkable detail of the an telope's anatomy Is tlict white area on each buttock. Although It seems at first like the rest of his spots, a mere patch .'of white coat, it Ih found to bo specialized for an Important service It Is I'omposed of hair graded from short In the contcr to long at the front edges.. Under tho skin of the part Is a clrctilnr muscle, by means of which tho hair can In a moment be raised and Bpread radically into two great blo...

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. — 22 December 1906

I J THE' GARLAND GLOBE I THE GARLAND GLOBE ' INDEPENDENT. t ? J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mngr. 1. Telephone No 22k , (FotnwTtyWtatt'a Butcher Shop.) i J Entered ai acond-cla matter February 17, 8 . 1900, at th post ofllco at Garland, Utah, under 6 tho Act of Conrauaf March 3..1879. S Saturday, Dec. 22, 1906 i , ITEMS OF INTEREST. 4 A Merry Christmas to nil l I.E. Dufllti is in town this week rep- " resenting tho 0. W.&M. Co. David II. Foulger of Tho Foulger Co. spout Sunday Iti Suit Lake city. J.Q.E. Larscn was 111 town Monday nnd gave this olllco 11 pleasant call. T.fi. Secrht went to Karmlngton Bun ' day returning Wednesday evening. Wo pay 80 cents for eggs. llootho Mercantile it Produce Co. tf Mrs. Itcttn. Jeusen, one of tho Instruct ors of tho Garland school, spent Sunday In Hrlghnin City. Mrs.J.O. Wheelon roturned Monday from h visit with friends In Hrlgham City and Corlnnc. Miss Thrcsa Keller of Mink Creek, Ida. j Isvlsltlnglnthis city tho guest of her Mint, Mrs. Jos. Jense...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 December 1906

"bbbTHE GARLAND GLOBE "Bfi ' I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M I ) - . H I Vol.1. No. 45. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Dec. 29, I90U M I Garland-North Notes. If Miss Derate Glcason, who is attending H scliool at Idaho Falls, Is homo for the I holidays. Mr and Mrs Crompton aro spending I holiday week at American Fork, Utah. Miss Rosa Taylor of Ogdeu Is tho guest I of Mr uud Mrs Mark Hall. J Jesse 1J. Grover and Mi M tdred Qro- H vcr, who nro teaching school In Western Uox Kldcr, caim In to ptnd the Imllduji unci nro the guests of Mr and Mrs A II H Glcason, Mrs George Taylor of Ogdcn ts visit- Ing with John Leavett and family. H Mr and Mrs John Manning aro visiting H relatives iu Farmlogton this week. L. S. Dec. 28. I "JCriss Kringle and His Crew." H The Cantata or Operetta given at tho Hj Amusement hall under the auspices of H the Primary Assn. Christmas Evo, was H one of the most pleasing and highly en- H tertulnlng events of the seas...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 December 1906

The Garland Globe M Publtthed Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH HHa Terms of Subscription: H One year (In advanco) 11, GO J Six months 76 HHJ Three months 60 HHJ Advertising rates furnishod on oppll- J cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager H A 8NOW PLOW. HH Prepare for Winter War Upon the HHJ Heavy Drifts. HHJ "In tlmo of poaco propnre for war," HHJ bays tlio proverb. So now If yon havo HHJ not already dono so, prcpnro for It. HHJ No person not owning a Bnow plow HHl can guess for a moment liow useful HHJ one Is after every storm. "Boys, a PH path!" cries the head of tho family HH In tho famous old "Snowbound," by HH Whlttler. The cry will ho echoing on HHJ every northern farm very toon a PH' A horse, or If the snow be a heavy HHJ one, a span or n yoko of cattle and HHJ this simple homemade nrrangement, H and In Icsb time than Is required to i Strong and Durable Snow Plow. H tell It there Is a path, nnd no bask- PBj breaking work either. The man who PHj will rig up one now wi...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 29 December 1906

biI H B (CopyrlBht, 1888. 1000, by S. 11. Crockett. I CHAPTER XVII Continued. "I luivo Hi" said ho nt Inst, with his eyes on the misty plain of night, B with Its tu inkling pin-points of flro y which were the watchflrcs of the enemy. B The three men stirred n little to in 4lcato attention, lmt die not speak. "Listen." ho said, "and do not in I torrupt. Yon must deliver mo up. I B am the causo of war I, tho Duchess B Joan. Hear you! I havo a hushand H who makes war becnuso I contemn his H bed and hoard. He has summoned the H Muscovite to help him to woo me. Well, If I am to ho Riven up, it is for Bj us to stlpulato that the armies ho Bj withdrawn, first beyond tho Alia, and Bj then as far ns Courtland. I will go Bj with them; they will not find me out Bj at least, not till they are hack in Bj their own land." BJ "What matter?" cried Malta, "They BE would return ns soon as they dlscov- BJ ercd tho cheat." BJ "Let us sink or swim together," said BE Hussite George. "Wo want no talk BJ o...

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