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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 March 1906

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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 March 1906

Si' ''abbI 9Bflfljj HBflflJ DfljflBBr HBBflfl BBBlaav aBBBBl LHF Habit-forming Medicines SflBBBv Whatever may bo tho fact 'as to many flflflflf of tho so-tailed patent medicines con- BBBflflb' talnlng Injurious ingredients as broadly rabUsncd In somo Journals of mora or , ess Influence, this publicity has certainly BflHHB been of great interest In urouslng nooJuJ BflflflK attention to this subject. It has, liwa HHB cousldcrublo measure, resulted in tho HflflE1 most intelligent pcoplo avoiding such BflflBu foods and medicines as may bo fairly sus- Bflflflflr poctod of containing tho injurious ingre- BflHHB clients complained of. Recognizing this BflflflB fact soma tlmo ago, Dr. Plorco, of Buffalo, flflBflfll N. Y., "took tlmo by tho forelock," as it I were, and published broadcast all the BflHB Ingredients of which his popular modi Vl', cines aro composed. Thus ho has com flLJflflv pletcly forestalled all harping critics and flflflflfl' all opposition that might otherwise bo BflflflB...

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 March 1906

BBBBBBBYr' ' ! mJHVMmm1 BvBBBBBJ ' j. ' - - - . V , BBBVmml mmmmmm.' mmsml P fl M:- H :; H i t ! BBT ... ,., i aBB J H '', , The Garland Globe pBb BBf ' i,, Published Every Saturday at mwH BB L- f GARLAND .... UTAH BBj Terms of Subscription: ! pno year (In advunco) $1,G0 Six months 75 jThrco months CO ' Advertising rates furnlHhod on uppll- cation. H u BVj it jl. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager BBBBBV. BwmmBwml wVVMBVfV BBBj ."When Stella says "Farewell" BBBj The world which once was (lad BBBj So suddenly grows sad BBBj Morn mid than tongue can (ell! BjBB: A wall of grief doth swell To bid a friend good bye, H 'While tears dim many nn eye, m When 8tclla nays "Farewell." H ' Prepared to pull the bell B I i The street-car irrnn draws near-. HHl Ills frown Is most severe As"I1o--ardl" ho loud doth yell. H Her aunt exclnimn, "Oh, Stellt H I most forgot to say" H And then there's more delay H When Stella says "Fnrowell." H With glances flcrcc and fell BBBB The passengers exclaim: BBBB: "This...

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 March 1906

wl l Hi ' wu lg' ' .. household m - Matters v LB Ixlt1othe Ftilnnii ttBedcioihes. fasteners nrc ft necessity Pnrlth little children, who arc npt to Mtch cold from their restlessness nt Plgbt. Clips to hold the coverings over HjHhem nre now randc, nnd nrc said to Qpnswer their purpose perfectly. HH) flK raring; Fruit. mUk In paring fruit for preserving, me llvcr-ptated knives, and drop each Hfelece as soon its pared Into n bowl of Hjcold water, which has been made ncld by the addition of lemon juice; It pro rvents the fruit 'from turning dnk. B. IlruUed Wall Faper. L Walt paper that has become bruited Hot torn off In smnll patches may be re V paired with ordinary children's paints. BMIx the colors till you get as nearly as Hf possible the desired shade, nnd lightly H (ouch up the broken plnccs, nnd at the v distance of a foot or two the disfigure Kment wilt be quite unnoticed. B' Cleaning Metal Handle. B The tnetal handles of furniture rre B' luently become so tarnished that it is 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 March 1906

HHf' - - I HB , ; fl H 'I If ' I II RESTORE STRENGTH HfE Dr. WilllamB' Pink Pills Actually If Make New Blood and Good H Health Follows. H j Tho evil effects that follow many (lis. H.fflj oases particularly tlio grip mill tli H 8 wasting fevers, such us typhoid mid H m malaria, nru caused by thu bmlcouditluii B m in which thesu diseases leave thu blood. H ABn result, tho llo-di continues to full H HI away, tlio sufferer grows nervous mid H irritable, nud even slight excilioucnUM.t H S shortness of breath. Tlicsumo dimgor- H 0111 symptoms and indicate that the HjJ m Hjrstcm is in u stato that invites piiou- M SS iiiuiilii, bronchitis or oven consumption. H I What is lu-cilt'tl is u now supply of i loll, H jL' rol blood to curry ht'itlth and strougtb HjJ pi to every pirt of tho body. HH ' " I wns nil run down from tho effects H M of tlio grip," Hiys Mrs, Amelia Hull, of HH W No. r, High street, Norwich Ootiii., "and H S' could unt Njom to get Mrmigth to walk ; HH T could not u.il a ful...

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 March 1906

slfl - ... . , . jHI H SAVFD FR0M CATARRH OF LUNGS'. U SO COMMON IN WINTER BY TAKING PE-RU-NA. jH Bore Throat Develops Into Bronchitis 0zImWmt ;s. " mmmmWffi4&$'&SmmWAJw' a'. IbLH y V , HpWflTrl LmmmmMt fiiK3ri5,r aflLa&. Zj&l .,. ti'.. ...?. Ju.. . .yjliUt Aott 1IBK , . . mmm bbbbI liHMK v bbbbbbbmiI LbbbI IbbbbbjbbbbbbbbbbZiL jHMi B eaaBBBBWffcBmmBBBBlBTawR. a x taW H Mr. Addis Harding. B "Two or threo times a jenr I am S troubled with my throat, a kind of raw B fooling, turning to bronchitis. I have had tho services ot my physician In B each case. Two years ago, when I M ,folt a spell coming, I tried Pcruna to M check It, and to my delight was not Wmm itroublcd with the smothered and chok- leg feeling and nover havo been Rlnco. B r I can check It every tlmo with Po- Mr. Virginia Cailana. Ohronio Catarrh of Throat and Lungs Mrs. Virginia Cavlana. room 32, Cambrldgo Dlock, Portland, Ore., writes: "I was a sufferer with catarrh of tho throat and lungs for n long tlmo...

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 March 1906

1 THE GARLAND GLOBE ' 4 I The Garland I Globe H rubll.hfd by J. A. Wlxnm. H INDEPENDENT. H J. A. Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wyalt's DutchorShop.) H Entered as oronl-cU mailer February 17, H 1906, at tho ixt udlcc at Garland, Utah, under H tho Act of Conirrt is of March 3, 1679. H Saturday, Mnrch 17, 1906 aaaH Ur. . . aMaieM JMI- - - -- H ITEMS OF INTEREST. 1). P. Boothu camo over from Urlgham' M Wednnday. H J.C Wheelon Is illUwnllncil ut homo H with the grip. H Water P. Eaton is just geltiug n round H fhla fter a few days attack of tho grip. B JBsuP. hltsr uiiui oer from I,ogttn H ltJivy in the tutetests of Rlt.r H Bto Drug dtorc hero. H L. T, Brooks and H. U. Shannon, rep. H rrswitatlvi- of Armour & Co., wire lu H Garland on bunion Wednesday. H lu the dl-ttrlet court Friday last the H cf of Wilder W'yatt vs.. la. Carter over H ttio ou ucrhl of 11 horse, was decided iu H favor of tho plnlutiff, Mr. Wyatt. H It will not cost you 11 rent to try H Cham...

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 March 1906

mm H To.doyi-You cannot af- H H V f ' W ' SH H B aaL aaW I H ak M I atf k Printlngt-Do you utn Letter H fonl to be without your Home HJ afm H V jTM afLV. I M aS M W Hi Ilciula, SUUmenU. 1)111 Hndf, H Paper. Add your name to our Ll M M aLaT H I Lkl H H aW'sm. Bf Knvclopra. Cnrda, Mutter Wrap- M Hat aubacribera TO-DAY and TB .; 9kT m BrB af B I W V Hm pera. etc? If ao, we print them H BttheOLOBBZtlmeayerfor . 7 H amaM H m amaH I H V H H V H at this ofllee ami can satisfy your H theaumof OneDollarandallalf M & B jA H B. I .aaf jA M ai aK F kV .A I - W H .JW SS - wanU and guarantee aaUafatcton H DEVOTED TO THE INTRESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY B Voi. I . No. 7. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Men 24, 1906. M 4 To Better Passen- - ger Service. j The Commercial Club of Garland is 2 doing all In its power to iwcuru for this m city beltcir piutjngcr tmin nervine and wc 3 appreciate its efforts in thin line The &g follow lug Utter to I). K. Hurley will continu...

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

H i H The Garland Globe M Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND ..... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: m One ycnr (In ndvnnco) $1.G0 M Six months 7f M JThrcc inontliB CO M Advertising rntcs furnished on nppll- B (Cation. fl J. A. Wixom Editor and Manager H VTAH STATE NEWS H The anti-cigarette ordlnnnce has M been passed by (lie I'rovo City council. H There nrc now thrco families under M quarantine for smallpox at Spring- H The Silver King mine ut Park City H has paid $10,226,000 In dividends up M to M A movement Iuih been lnnuguriitcd M In Provo looking to the suppression of H the Blot machines. H It Is estimated that the windstorm M In Salt Lako Inst week caused $5,000 H damago to property. M After worklng two years on th M matter, Sandy is to have elcctrla M lights In her streets and houses. M Work hns begun on the fair buildings M at Provo, and great preparations ura M to be made for tlio Utah County fair M this year. H The home of the Commercial club at M American Fork Is being fit...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 March 1906

J BY JARY BeYeMux J WTH ILLUSTRATIONS BY DON C. WILSON T CHAPTER VII. Three weeks lnttr, anil a sullen Teace had fallen over Toulon. Jean was still weak and emaciated from Ill ness. From Grelolro tho boy had heard and with outspoken Indigna tion of General Bonaparte's depar ture, shortly after his own arrival nt the convent, which had been turned Into a hospital. "Ho wont away and left mo!" Jean exclaimed anally, the color suffusing his cheeks. "Left mo, when I was not able to spoak to him!" He left a letter with 1'ero lluot, and n farewell message, which the good father will doubtless glvo you when ho sees fit." "Then why should not I'oro lluot have told mo so before?" demanded Jean, half rising from his scat beside the bed. "Easy, mon ami; sit still," said Grc lotre, calmly. "Do not get oxcltcd, else 1 shall regret telling you any thing about tho affair. Wo have to remember that you have been very III." Tenderness showed In his tone, and ho gently touched tho thin hand V resting o...

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. — 24 March 1906

Hi H I I &mmm snanns HH Quite Essential. HI "Young llnxley Is learning to bo a HH machinist." HJ ' "Ah, very commendable; wanta to HH have a trndo so Hint If anything Imp- HH penR to bis fortune he can" HH "Nonsense! No, ho simply wants HH to bo ablo to Uecp his automobllo go- H HH It Won't Happen Again. HH Oovornor (nt tho consul's party) I HH remember your fnco perfectly, sir, but HH your namo for tho moment has cs- HH taped my motnory. HH Stranger I am delighted to meet HH you again, your excellency. My namo HH js Ivan Pctrovich Swercczsklskl. H RIGHT AT HOME. HH Elizabeth (whoso best young man had been Invited to dlnnor) Do HH you think his Intentions aro serious, mamma? HH ' Mother I should say so! Why, ho cats as if ho already belonged to HH tho family. HJ Career Projected. HH "So they won't let you say nny- HH thing In congress?" said Fnrmer Corn- HJ HH "No," answered tho youthful states- HH HH "Well, you Jos' stand pat. Ono o' HH thoso days, when they como around HH and ...

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 March 1906

1 "r if Mr W IS tr i Globe Supplement. 1 VOL 1 NO 7 - Published at Garland, Utah. I Saturday. Mmch S4. UHMI ",, I Wcl n J We I Official Directory. TlieJ OAKLAND, UTAH. ., . I Chairman of Hoard W II Howe J Ti f II 0 Vnnausdclii I '' T K Sccrlst N I Mcmlurs: I 8. I I John Lent I' IT II Edwards I Clerk W I Eaton I TrcMiircr Jas.Jeuseu 1 Marshal George Henrle t I . Justice of Peace H 0 Vanausdcln I 1 1IOVHI1 OK KKVI.TII ' I 1 T.H.Edwards John l.ant I I J Dr.J.M. Friincke I STATE J4 Governor John C Cutler I Secretary Charles S Tinge, 1 1 Atty .'General M A Hrcddcu mm'!)! I Auditor ' A Edward- oliBcrl Treasurer James Christiansen sort cl I Supt.of I'ulitic Instruction Uttlc I A ( Xt'lso Many Statu Senator 1st Dlstrlet Peter Clegj; of d I Kcprcaentatlve F V Plshburn them i COUNTY OFFICERS I,.. ' Vlnl Judicial District c WWMauRhn J,' District Attorney Fred .1 Holton ,.ri, Chairman County Commissioner ",. A W Valentine ,. Commissioner, Iowa String In J M""rt the Commissioner, Kclton, bui E 1...

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 March 1906

I LsHIH'! ' ' ' I SMiiaroD sratLos H Quite Essential. H "Young Ilnxlcy la learning to bo a H machinist." H "Ah, very commendable; wants to B havo a trndo so that IT anything hap- H pens to his fortune he enn " H "Nonscnso! No, ho Blmply wants 1 to bo able to keep his nutomobllo go- H H It Won't Happen Again. H Governor (nt tho consul's party) I H remember your fnco perfectly, sir, but your namo for tho moment has os- H capod my momory. H Stranger I am delighted to meet H you again, your excellency. My namo H Is Ivan Petrovlch Swcrcczsklskl. B Should Be Consistent. m "I really bellovo," Hald her Jealous M fiance, "that you permit other men to H fclss you." M "Suroly you don't object," replied M the pretty glrj. "You always doclnrcd HH you were opposed to monopolies."' H Another Family Row Started. H Young wife I'vo tnkon very groat H pains OTor theso biscuits, dear, and H The benedict And now, I suppose H .you want to neo If they'll have tho M fp.w effect upon me Stray Stories. ML- I...

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 March 1906

"As Others See Us." We, rutins ethers lioneiay.fjre prono To wonder how they, In (Trelr littleness Cnti pride. IhcmscUcs on merits of their ma Antl bo so bllii'l to thoso that we possess. vB We see. whcicln they lack; we measure. ail The) faults which thoy serenely think they hide: Wo welsh ihrlr worth and sco how far they fall ' . Uclow tho things on which they stake their prldo. We wonder why they do not stop to show Duo deference to us who loom so hlch; They puss lit merely noddltiR ns they bo Or overlook us ns they hurry by. I'erhaps when they consider you and me They. too. discover blemishes that marj l'erlmpw It Ih our present solves they sec. Not what w might be nnd suppose we are. S. K. Klsrr In the Header for February. WORK FOR THE HANDY BOY. Stilts. This used to bo n favorlto outdoor nmuscmcal among boys. To a casual observer It appears ratlier a dangerous sort of sport, but It Is not so; with a . little practice It Is extremely easy. Many of the shepherds In tho desert of...

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 March 1906

I Desirable Ignorance M a"i"l "" Peebles la 1 foolish cuss, ho don't I M lflC know nuthln' much; t fttf Ue don't know whero tlio Polos hang out ' ' c ' H nor whoro nldde tho Dutch. B Ho scarcely knows enough to get unhurt H ncrovt tho street. H - An' when n feller hns lilin down ho don't H tA know when he's heat. f B So Ho Kts nlnmmcri hack nt etery turn, ha ST hns tnrnntlon luck An' lens hnrd sense than any man that I linvc over struck, I!ut Iriioiiiiico Is htlss with Jim, unhhl- Hfl' . dcroil hy defeat. H' ) J No's bound to Ret nlonc hecnuse ho don't 1 1 H I H' ))) know when hn'n hen t. (rise M I I Philadelphia Ilullctlf.. ' M (Copjrlght. 190C, by Dally Story Pub Co) M flnnd made Ills Inst change uf cars m and hoarded tho Blnglo insscngor M coach on tho absurd llttlo train. It H was a branch road i tinning out Into H tho country, n road managed by a H few rustic officials who run their fl trnlns with n flno disregard ot sched- M tile, and would gladly Blow down to M excliaiiRo Ite...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 March 1906

HOSPITALS CROWDED unity or Miian wined Mrs, Plnkhom'a Advioe Saves Many From this Sad and Costly Experlenoe. I aPiRS''' v,Pn women in a 5Sfio' u r nospitois- I S' 3S!HSxH!9Jl More than three- WfAfiiltflaAJams 3K patients lying I T""lon those snow whlto bods aro women and girls who aro awaiting or recovering from opera- tlons mode necessary by neglect. Every ono of these patients had plenty of warning In that bearing down feeling, pain at tlio left or right of tho abdomen, nervous exhaustion, pain in tho small of tho back, pelvic catarrh, dluincsg, flatulency, displacements or irregularities. All of thcs,o symptoms aro Indications of an unhealthy con dition of tho fomalo organs, and If not heeded tho troublo may malco headway until tho penalty has to bo paid by a dangerous operation, and a lifetime of impaired usefulness at best, whilo in many cases tho results aro fatal. Miss Luolla Adams, of Seattle, Wash., writes: DoarMra. Hnihnm J "About two years ago I was a great suf ferer from...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 March 1906

H "' THE GARLAND GLOBE H I The Garland Globe INDEPENDENT. H J. A.Wixom, . . Editor omlMngr. Telephone No 22k H (Formerly Wystt's Ilutchtr Shop.) M KnUrod s aeml-:lti matUr February 17. B 1W6. at th post ofTtca at Garland. Utah, under tha Act of Cong-reit of March 3. 1879. H Saturday, March .24, 1906 H Casji, Credit and Collections. H Wc ropy the following from the Dry H llrtW" Reporter, ChlcHgo, nn Inlcrcsling 1 atory 011 cash, credit nnd collections H written by "TJ10 Tramp": H (Continued from last week.) H "Your trade U mostly with fanners?" H "Yen, miiI I carrv an lB,000tocktnnd M Koine of my trade don't pay up for tuvlvn M month I've gut to change to k cash M system, for I'm getting In hiicIi u llx that M 1" in n't discount my bills." H "What kind of a collecting system M have you?" H "I haven't nnv. My trade comes In fl anil buys, nnd 1 charge the goods, and 1 when they get good Htid reudy to pay M they do H "Don't you ever send out any Mat- H "Oh, yea, I aend out statements ev...

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. — 31 March 1906

H ' " 1 " H I i I I THE GARLANDlaxHD ' I BH - --...l - ll DEVOTED TO THE INTRESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY iaaaW dbbbbbbI I Vol.l. No. 5. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, rich 31,1000. I Reciprocal Relations. H In response to tho letters sent to tho H various Commercial Club of the state, H The Garlaad Commercial Club has recclv- ed the follow log communications in rela- tiofis to exchange of courtesies: Provo, Utah, March 21, .1006. Gentlemen: Your communication of the 10th Inst, duly received and read before the Club at their regular meeting held last evening. Upon the unanimous resolution of the club I am diructed to advise you that we are heartily lu favor of your movement for reciprocal relations with your club and Its members; believing as set forth la your letter that same will be the mu tual advantage of all club members of Loth our clubs and any other club with ' whom this arrangement is entered into. Yours very respectfully, Julius C. Anderson, Secre...

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. — 31 March 1906

BflT ' 1 l; 1 , I sH c Jjfl I TREACHERY OF I TIElLilB H FightxVYitli 'the Constabulary. in.Saniar the Result, of ..a Native Plot. Bfll flfl ChlefSj Expressed a Wish That Their M Party Be Photographed and'Then HHJ ' Treacherously Attacked the H American SoldTers. H Manila. According to udvlccs re- m celved lioro thu recent light at Ma. PHJ aon, Snmnr, between 'did conslabu- fl Jary in'd Pulajuhos was, the result ot H the base treachery on tho part of the M natives. As a result of tho Oght, thirty H PulajancM wcro killed aiul sixteen of B tho constabulary killed mid wounded. H A dispatch received from Captain BBl Jones of the conBtahulary at Magtaon fl says that on March 211 Governor Cur- B ry, .1 ml go Lohlngcr and Superintend- fl ent of Beliools I,toovcr arrived there fl and camped .over night near .tho Puln- HHJ janes. Tho, presence of tho officials H wob made kpown to the rebellious na- H tlves, and ,thi'Ir lender nunounccd that H ho would Surrender his forco tho next H day. As u ...

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. — 31 March 1906

Mr ' HVHVJ 1 HVHlfl ihwhwJ -WM 'hVhVhVhVhI mwmM HHHHHHHB HHH HHHHHHHH h1 ''HWfll H ( . Together H N O, mnlden fnlr. the workl grown hUI. O. maiden fair, tlie wlmN blow cold; I O, maiden, give me our hand to hold. HI I.a. ... ..J I.ets never mind the wenthorl I... ... ...I iH NJflMlOTiE ,'.l,e '""c-boughH mny bo Kiuint nnd bare. UffiIKW WWW Uut warmth In In your led-gold hair. WWW Arid In our eyes there's mischief there! Lot s llvo nnd Intigli together! HH Let's live nnd laugh together, maid: And walk lire's ways nil unafraid; HH v . Though cold the wind by wood nnd glads . , y No wintry circumstances ly HH JlC" rnn ,,lln" " clll betwixt us two: Hc" H t ,,,,vc makes nil skies seem fair nnd blue, VI " " And blnKomn nod begemmed with dew Ilenenth love's tsicromnnclcs! HH n, mnlil, the mow drifts high, von win; , (1, timid, I henr the north wind bins; H . O. tun hi. give, mo your lips to kiss! . HH ml m jm ' ,','H brighten up the weather ., ... ... VllW With love! tho leaves Hint glut a...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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