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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 2 February 1907

ssssssssvi." ' m ) ;.' . THE GARLAND GLOBE Mi ' f INDEPENDENT. B$ I ' j A.Wixow, . . Editor nnd Jngr. K ', . Telephone No 22k H ' ' (Fomwrly Wystt's IlutcherSliop.) H Entered s scond.cUi matter February 17, 1 ! . ,SM- t (ha poet office at Garland. Utali. under ; th. Act of Congress of Msrch 3.J1873. B f Smurday, Feb'y 2, 1907. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Secpcr of Elwood wns In town Tucs. H Mr. Lucy A Clark wont to Salt Lake H Wednesday, H I) F Hootho of Hrlgham was In Garlnnd H ; on business Tuesday, m Win. Glover, tho popular llrery man M of lirlgham was in town Tuesday. H II 0 Vanansdcln and M A Hootho mndo H a flying trip to Tlmtclicr Tuesday. H Ilyiuni Jensen of Colllnston wns trans- H acting business In town Wednesday, H WantkuAOO young lions. II. Secger M Elwood, Utah, pbnno No. 1!M tf H Four set Team Harness the very licit H t tho Hnrdwnro Store, Tremonton. 2t H Miss Violet Carter 'of lirlgham Is tho 1 guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. J II WhIIIs this M OWBnowof nrlgham was hero AVrd- M ncs...

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. — 9 February 1907

rKkvFBB"BPBBBBBB mm - It' rzr"i H HP II , H bbIH ' &r' 11 i '. 1 If MjlTHE . GARLAND GLOBE tm 1 1 H Ji DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY s'JoB fl Hi J? Vol. 2. No. I. J B Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Feb'y 9, 1907 wRfk rjfl I Club Soc mf Jndor tho ausplcjs i ,!&' Solf-Culturo Club a va g Klal was given in honor of ft'ln M con of the Club at the hoJf r.land Mrs. 0 J Campbell Wcdntlvcllng. Neat Invitations wero fsi M aliout thlrty-flvo guests wore ' The rooms wctQ. tastej&JJhlecl for the oecasloVo'i lih cwfcmlltx, ferns, nud heart-shaped H n'be social was In reality a j'tlHrtr as hoarts were In evidence ''Baracs, refreshments and dccorstlorBjcadng drawing contest creattd BLrable merrlmontforall present, lK:ar.dy was offered to tho lady '-Hpcnati who, blindfolded, coild Hc b&t outline of a pig and a mWKi5 Tor the gentlemen and the tyjSic ltd- bW 'Mm 1ci Urs!l Ro" nml 51pi4jVintm H L arrltd off the prlzo. 011 hearts H H Into a b...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 February 1907

r r. . L I H The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (in advanco) $1.C0 H Six months 75 H Threo months CO H Advertising rates furnished on nppll- H' J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager L MANY KILLED IN MINE OPL0SI0N H Disaster Occurs in Prussian H Property, One Hundred and Sixty Being Killed M Fatal Fire Damp Brings Death to M Throng of Workmen, the Poison- B ous Gasses That Filled the H Chambers Hampering B Work of Rescuers. fl Snarbruck. A flro damp explosion fl ccijrrcd Monday morning In the H --, Jicdyn coal mino nt St. John-on-Stnr, LJ ppexsito Saarbuck, and caused tho f oss of from ICO to 200 lives. The H tnln.0 is owned by the Prussian gov H ernment. M Seventy-seven bodies hnd been B broght out and Ufty-slx corpses nro B9V" known to bo underground. Only Hfty B9a live men have been brought out, and pBS ol theso the doctors say nt least thlr- BSa ty-fivo will die, as they nro fright- BVA fully Injured through having bee...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 February 1907

Ei "T ' -Msssssl V .'lssH ill iH JOANsSMDiM B S R: CROCKETT. fer c "meQrtdefv.Go (CopTlght, 1898, 1300, by 8. It. Crockett.) I CHAPTER XXIII. Prince Wasp 8tlngs. fb Margaret did not answer her tor- VliiJHv' mpntor's taunt. Her arms wero about ! Wa Maurice's nock, and her lips, salt with WK ' tears, sought his in a last Hiss. Tho I V officer of tho Prince's guard touched V her on tho shoulder. She shook him haughtily off, ami then, having com- f pleted her fnrowolls,, she loosened her " hands and wont slowly backward to wards tho, further ond of tho ball with her oyea still upon tho man she loved. "So," cried Prince Louis, In the I curiously uneven voice of a coward lashing himself Into a fury, "you have played out your treachery upon a reigning Prince of Courtland. You cheated mo at Castle Kernsberg, pu fiavo mado me a laughing-stock throughout the empire. You havo shamed a maiden of my house, my sis ter, tho daughter of my father. What havo you to say ere I order you to bo flung ou...

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. — 9 February 1907

V' TIIK GARLAND GLOBE. $ I' The Garland Globe H, Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH, H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advance) $1.50 H 81 months 7G B Three months GO B Advertising rates furnished on ap- BM plication. H , H Entorod at! second-class matter BH February 17, 190G, at tho postodlco at pBM Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H' gross of March 3, 1870. PV J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager BV ' H Saturday, Feb'y 9, 1907 BV To day 13 the birthday anniver- B sary of The Garland Globe B the first issue of Vol. 2. One H year ago to-day we issued the first copy of the only paper ever B printed und published in this city. Pa We came here at the solicitation H of a number of friends who were H desirous that Garland should have K a paper printed and published V here to represent the city and ' the great Bear River valley gener- H. ally in their true light. From a H business standpoint the situation H was viewed and thoroughly consi- H dered by ye editor before the ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 February 1907

JOANaSMTOIii) (Copyright, 1898, 1900, by S. It. Crockett.) CHAPTER XXII. The Dropping of a Cloak. And bo, with the mounted guard of his own Cossack before him and be- rklnd, Prince Ivan carried his bride to .'jjjiurch through the streets of her nn Tlvc city. , The gtcat doors of tho cathedral had been thiown wldo open and the leath ern curt.'u withdrawn. Tho altar candles ant the lamps n-swlng In tho choir winked no brighter than yellow willow leaves seen through an autum nal fog. lint as tho cortege dismount ed the organ began to roll, and tho people within rose with a IiubIi like that which follows the opening of a window at night above tho Alia. The sonorous diapason of tho great Instrument disgorged Itself through tho doorway In wave after wavo of sound. The Princess Margaret found herself again on her feet, upheld on either side by brother and lover. She was at first somewhat dazed with tho rush of accumulate disasters. Slowly her mind came back. Maurice where was Maurice? She ...

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. — 9 February 1907

BBBBBBB fBBfl -vBBBfl v BBB HOME OF GEN. STARK HOUSE OF FAMOUS INDIAN FIGHT R 8TILL STANDING. Situated at Manchester, N. H., Where His Remains and Those of His Ancestors Rest Over 150 Years Old. Manchester, N. H. This city is proud of the fact that within her soil lies all that was mortal of Gen. John Stark, renowned as an Indian fighter, suntor and major-general In tho conti nental army, tho man who led a band of volunteers from tho vicinity of that stf. and with them fought tho battlo of Bennington. Stark sleeps within n small lnclos uro at Stark park, a small granite shaft marking tho spot, as Bhown In (ho accompanying picture, llcsldo him are many of his descendants, ono of Whom, a granddaughter, was laid at rest there not long ago. Tho city owns nil tho land surround ing tho burial place, and Is converting It Into an attractive park. Tho slto Is Lno of tho most beautiful In tho ontlie Jralloy of tho Mcrrlmac. I Tho liouso In which John Stark onco jlvcd Is still standing In Manc...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 February 1907

- y- ' A Symposium in Reply to Declaration of Rev. Thomas Spurtfeon, K of London, that "the day of the sermon, ns a factor in H the influencing of mankind, has passed." m By Rev. Henry A. Stimson. B Congregational. W ''T'llE C'hristinii theory of the scr- H. J- moil is tliul il is a niOBsngo B from God on the life of n ninn who B is set apart to live near to God, and H so to know tin! will und mind of God. M If it censes to he that, whatever else m it mny l)i, it uoasca to be n sennon. M Heljef in God involves belief in re- B lgini "lid that imohes woroliii),. M and that in turn the belief in the H presence of God in His sanctuary, m and His voice in the word of the H preacher. Of course, there are al- M ways preachers and hearers who for- H get this, but if it were generally for- H gotten or disbelieved, the religion of H Jesus Christ woujd quickly cense to H be a living force. 1 sec no reason to H believe that that is true, therefore I ft cannot think that the sermon has A lost it...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 February 1907

HHMBMMaBamBmaaaaa LLH j ' . I ' - H A SURE INVESTMENT LOTS. IN EAST GARFIELD j f A suburb of Salt Inlce City whoro J thrco steam rallroml.i runs by nnd tlio 1 Harrlmnn Klcctrla Frnnchlso through 1 the town. Only 30 minutes' ride to tlio contcr of Salt Ijika city. , TU.V MILLION nui.l.AItS are now bo- IriK expended In works by tho Garfield emcltrra which will rIvo employment , to thousands of peoplo who mint line A linmcM. nnd ns KnRt Uarllold Is the only ftl town '".'""I' wnlklnir dlstnnco tho lots J, aro rnpldly belnp Bold. Ten business houses now flourishing nnd moro com- lnp. Present prices will nilvnnco soon. so buy luin while they nro clirnp. Hlze of lots 2G121 fret, corners 35 feet. I Prices J 10 to J2C0 each. Terms, one- zourth cash, balance In six equal i monthly payments. Liberal discount for cash. . t For maps nnd othor Infonnatlon ad dress nt ouco. '" Bast-R.ooklidc Investment Co. Hooper IIIiIk., Holt I.nke City, Utnh. llefcrencc. Walker HroR.' 'Bank. i Tlio Place for You...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 9 February 1907

r ' I W . . I THE GARLAND GLOBE I H MTMMsTsisMMMrMssMMMMs-iaMaWMM ibit . MMMMMMMMMMMIM MMMMMM- V THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. 1 J A. Wncoit, . . Editor nnd Mngr.' Telephone No 22k V. (Formerly Wyatt'i Butcher Shop.) B i H Entered ns second-class matter February 17. B i904, at the post office at Garland, Utah, under H the Act of Congrats of March 3,J879. ' ' r B Saturday, Feb'y 9, 1907. ITEMS OF INTEREST. L Tho Olobo is a yearling today. V Next Thursday Is St. Valentine's day. H Burdctt Smith's new homo Is ncnrlng H complctlou. H Geo. F Bowcn was a visitor to tho H stato capital Thursday. H Merchant M A Bootho was lu Brigham H on business Thursday. fl A II Glcason was a Salt Lnko visitor H Thursday nnd Friday. H Wanted BOO young hens. II. Sccgcr H Elwood, Utah, phono No. 13-4 tf H John Owens moved his family to this H city from Fielding Wednesday. H Miss Ella Holmes returned to her homo H in Ogden tho fore part of tho week. H Miss Mildred Orovcr left Thursday to H tako chargo of he...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 February 1907

''I i 'I ll Sntscrlb To.doyi-Yoa?annotaf. f H iT M Mt WLl Mi Mk l$V T M Wi aWak Job PrinJIngi-Do ytra m Ulw Jfl fori to be without your Hom Mi M M Ml M ittl B M l I I M.' W Mi Hoadf. Statements. Bill Head. Pafer. Add your name to our B ! M F W 1W! H BOB aWsC M Enloi, Cnnln. Hullw Wrap. llitof ubKriber. TO-DAY and H 1 B f M W Vf B M I b2 MB B W B B B BB H per.. leT If ao. wa print thm ) tretthaoUinKKlimMayearfor AA W LaaV I TSM EW H H H D (fl all at thia offlca and can aatlafy you tiieaum or One Dollar and a Half B B fl A W. ' M MVI B WA. B MBa W H. Ar B- B H W W B .Mr B W wants and guaranty aaUafateion .! i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' . I Vol.2. No. 2. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Feb'v 16,1907 il a a The Dress Ball. Thi drew (or character) ball given j under the auspices of tho Primary Aasn. nt the Amusement Hall Thursday night proved to bo a success both from a social and financial standpoint. The ball wan packed to ovcrllowlng sp...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 February 1907

Hi h The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH 1 Terms of Subscription: m Ono year (In advanco) $1.C0 HJ Six months 75 HJ Thrco months CO HJ Advertising rates furnlpbod on npnll- HJ cation. B J. A. Wlxom.'. ....Editor and Manager H FEHMI PASHA IN TROUBLE. fl Favorite of Sultan Made Mistake of L Seizing German Cargo. H Constantinople. Tlio sultan hasoi- HJ tforcd a special commission to oxnm- HJ lno Into tho special charges against H Fehml, chief of tho secret polices of H tho palace and a great confidant and HJ favorite of tho sultan, who, It Is at- HJ . leged by tho Ocrmnn embasHy, re- HJ cently caused tho seizure of a ship's HJ cargo destined for Hamburg. Mean HJ while, the proprietor of n forest near HJ Mldlah, on the Black sun, hns taken HJ refuge In tho acrmnu ciubnssay for HJ protection agninst Fehml Pasha. Ho Hi recently wns detained as a prisoner Hi for a fortnight by Fchml l'nslia, HJ who forced lilm by frequent beatings HI to sign a document agree...

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. — 16 February 1907

' tCopyrlRht, 1S9S, MM, by 8. II. Crockett.) 'f CHAPTER XXIV. Continued. . "They have brought him down from t , tho cart. Tho Cossacks aro close about him. They hnve put nil tho Courtland men far back. 0, "Tho Muscovites aro binding tho ( lad to a wooden frame. They have stripped him to tho waist "Blessed Virgin, they aro casting looso tho horses! A Cossack with a cruel whip stands by each to lash them to fury! They aro slipping tho platform from under him. God In , heaven! what Is that?" t. Hitherto tho eyes of tho' great mul titude, which on three sides surround ed the place of execution, had been turned Inward, nut now with ono ac cord they wcro gazing, not on tho tor rlblo preparations which were so near a bloody consummation, but over the green tree-studded Alia meads toward a group of horsemen who woro ap proaching at a swift hnndgallop. Peter tho lank giant, was In greater request than ever. "What do they look at, good Peter tell us quickly?" "Thero Is a woman among those who...

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. — 16 February 1907

H TI1K OAKLAND GLOBE. H "-" - ---. 1 . . I The Garland Globe m Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH. H Terma of 8ubtcrlptlon: m One year (In advance) fl.GO 1 BU months 75 M Thra months 60 Advertising rate furnished on av m pllc&tton. B i M Entered aa second-class natter H ftobrufcry 17, 1906, at the poatofllce at m Oarland. Utah, under the Act of Con- K frees et March 3, 1879. Hr t, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager M Saturday, Feb'y 16, 1907 I The Eyes of All I Upon Utah. H (continued from page 8) H At last yean price for wool and lambs H and with the present prospects for the H future, the sheep Industry offers an ex H oellent chance for investment, nnd the H Investor can garner a 50 percent harvest H' on his stock every year. We have an H' abundance of winter rango, plenty of H) hay and summer ranges are to be found. B Many thousands of the wolly tribe 1 changed hands In 1900, bringing good ' prices to the sellers and proving valuable H property to the purchasers. Tho wi...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 February 1907

--- H NEW GUINEA HOUSES H0ME8 OF HALF-CIVILIZED NA TIVES BUILT IN TREES. If Placed Higher In Earlier Days to Pre vent Surprise by Enemy Life In Far-Off Country Ideal for Savages. A Boston. Of all the habitations -" Jti man nono Is moro strange to the vl'i of a civilized person than tho hous 1 In Now Guinea, tho largest Island h tho world. Lying north of tho continent of Aus' tralla, and south of tho Philippine?, Now Guinea is poopled by Beml-sav-ago tribes, to whom tho ways of whlto mon aro as yet so now that many of thei'r ancient customs survive Among theso Is tho building of houses In trees, or on pilings over tho land or the water. In somo parts of tho Island aro whole villages built half a mtlo from shore. Everywhere in the Interior of tho Island tho houses aro built soveral feet abovo tho ground, and In certain communities tho trco house, a survival of tho days when tho tribes wero usually at war with ono another, may still bo seen. Tho primary purpose of tho treo houso is to ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 February 1907

0F I CAUGHT BY THE GRIP- I RELEASED BY PE-RU-NA. H' EFFECTIVE MEDICINE FOR LA GRIPPE. H Robt. L. Mndlson, A. M., Principal of H I Cullowhco High School, Painter, N. 0., H writes: "Peruna Is tho most offcctlvo H, mcdlclno that I havo over tried for la H grippe It also cured my wlfo of nasal Hi catarrh. Her condition at ono tlmo H was such that bIio could not at night H? brcatho through hor nostrllB." H IA GRIPPE AND SYSTEMIC CATARRH. M Mrs. Jennlo W. Gllmore, Box 44, 1 Whlto Oak, Ind. Tor., writes: M "Six years ago I had la grlppo, fol- m lowed by systemic cntnr.h. Tho only H thing I used was Peruna and Manalln, M and I havo been In better health tho M last three years than for years bo- M Mrs. Jane Gift, Athens, Ohio, writes: fl "Six years ago I had la grlppo very m bad. My husband bought mo a bottlo 1 of Peruna. I was soon nblo to do my work." H NOW THE RADIUM BLONDU. m New Type of Girl Seem -to Have W 8prung Up Lately. H "Sho's a radium blonde," remarked H tho man In the tan derby...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 February 1907

ft SORE INVESTMENT LOTS IN EAST GARFIELD A suburb of Salt Liko City whore tfireo Hteam rnllroadn runs by nnd tho Harrlmnn niectrla Prnnchlso tlirnuich the town. Only 30 mlnutrs' ride to tho center of Bait Lnko City. TKN MII.MO.V DOMiAHS nro now bo Ins expanded In works by tho Qnrfleld 8mcltrrs which will give employment to thousands of pcopla who iiuint hntc ioiiich. and ns Hunt Garfield Is tho only , town In easy walking- dlstnnco tho lots aro rnpldly belnir nold. Ten business houses now lloiirlsIilnR nnd moro com. Inff. Present prices will ndvnnco soon, so buy now whllo they aro rlirnp. Hlzu of lots 25x121 feet, corners 35 feet. Prices HO to 2G0 ench. Terms, ono fourth cash, balunco In six equnl monthly payments. Liberal discount for cash. For maps and other Information ad dress at onco. Basi-Rooklide Investment Co. Hooper Illdcr., Snlt I.nke City, L'tnli. Reference, Walker Uros.' Bank. Townsend's Enamel Cream Unlet attraotlre facet Immediately-. Superior 10 lace ponders. Its use ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 16 February 1907

V THE GARLAND GLOBE H THE GARLAND GLOBE H INDEPENDENT. J A.TVixom, . . Editor and Mngr. m Telephone No 22k B (Formtrlr Wyatt'. Butcher Shop.) B Entered u teconJ-cUM tnatUr Fehruary 17, H 1(06, st th. pott ofllw at Oulaml, Utsh.unJcr B the Act of Congnu of March 3,11379. H Saturday, Feb'y i5, 1907. ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Did yc-u receive a valentine? H Lorr 1.000 .000 tous of lee Sklddoo H to tbs lc mnn thb svajgn. B Jos. Jensen of Jensen Bros., spent a few days in Brlgham this nek. M Mrs. Buhla Huosakcr of Honeyvllle, HBb yiM tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Avn H Sasscr, last Saturday. M Mrs. J Marlon Francke 'eft, tbe Intter H part of Ust week, for Oklahoma, owing H 'to tbe illacsa of ber father. H Mrs. Rachel Evans of Brlgbam City, M mother of Wright Evans, spent tho fore fl part of tbe week in this city. 1 W H Boothe, Sr and B F Hoot he or H Brlgharo City, spent Tuesday in this city H in tbe intorcst of the UM&P Co. H J T Lant, prcstdcut of tho town hoard, B returned last Saturda...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 23 February 1907

F'HjswsSWWHP,Sl,,',,iPMMBjBl I 0 ' H H I Subscribe Tp.dayi-You eannot af. I W V I M A A W JA 1 Tim M M M " ." Job Prmltnoi-Do you us. Mtttt- iH ford to b without your IIOUB H H J M -V H Ml m B M U.M Hssds. auiem.iiU, Bill Hds, pB -v.ei.Q. H I I l l II w I II rV H '.TT'-hnX rstthsOLORcra times syaar for . L-A H m H - -LJA I H H -V H H H H t tins ofllc mi cxui sstlsly ox.r tbaaum of One Dollar and ft IUU A B JPMI m ,tf Mm Bl F wV A I 0 m W I P I .-f wanU and cuiranU utltratclon ,M 1 " DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' ' I , . ' i. ' " - - -. -. . t ,.,,,, H fl Vol. 2. No. 3. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Peb'y 23,1907 ,H I - , ' 1 1 Garland-Snowville J ' Mail Service. H A communication from Rp. Jos. How- I ell to Postmlsstross Eva 0 Wilcox, dated 1 Washington, Feb. lGth, contains tho fol- I lowing facta: "I linvc repeatedly called this matter to the attontlou of thedepart- I nicnt. Tlio proposed route was under I investigation last fall by t...

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. — 23 February 1907

BBLHF The Garland Globe V Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: m Ono year (In advanco) U.GO H Blx months 75 Hl Tlirco months GO H Advertising rates furnlBhod on appll- Hi' cntlon. H' J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager H( BsssaBsssssssssssasBssaBSSMBsasitBSsasBHBMBaisMBMawBB I CAPTAIN SAVED HIMSELF LEFT WOMEN TO DROWN H) Survivors Tell Thrilling Tales or the Hi Wreck of the Steamer Larchmont. l Grave Charges Against f Captain. H providence, It. I. Torrlblo tales of Hit Buffering wcro brought hero by somo Hb' of the survivors of the steamer Larch- Hr mont, which went to the bottom In H Block Ifllnnd sound Monday night, and B noma of tho passengers assert that In H the hour of poril helpless women H ' were thrust asldo by men who cared H only for their own safety. Tho chargo of cowardice was mado H by Fred Hclrgcsoll, nn 18-year-old lad Hu of Brooklyn, N. Y. Ho said that not K't only wcro women left to their fate, Hf tut that Captain McVcy left tho sink-...

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