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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 30 March 1907

I B S -R; CROCKETT. Aufior of meQrtdctn.&s (Copyright, 189S, 1900, by S. H. Crockett.) Chapter XXX. Continued. Sho clasped her hands, going a step or two nearer Boris as If In appeal. a. "Do, kind sirs," she Bald, "have pity -on two poor girls who hnvo no work to do. Think wo aro orphans and far from homo!" "I will have this one she Is so merry t" cried solemn Doris, seizing Anna Pappcnhelm about the waist. "And I thlsl Sho prctundcth mel ancholy, yet has tricks like a mon key!" Bald Jorlnn, quickly following his example. Tho girls fended thorn gallantly, yet, as mayhap they deslrod their case was hopeless. In this pro3pcrous estate was the courtship of Kranconla and Plassen burg, when some lnilnct drew the eyes of Jorlan to the door of tho guard-room, which Anna had carefully left open at her entrance, In order to secure their retreat. Tho Duchess Joan stood there silent and regardant. Tho next moment both tho late en voys of Plassenburg woro saluting as stiffly as If they had ...

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. — 30 March 1907

H& the garland GLOBE. 1 wm'i I,,, , , 1 li The Garland Globe ' Publlehed Every Saturday at ' GARLAND UTAH, H; Terma of Subscription: Hf One year (in advanco) 91.60 H; Blx months 7D H) Th r co months 60 K Advertising rates furnishod on np- Hj plication. H -- H , Entered ah second-class mutter . Fobruary 17, 1D0C, at the postofllco at M' Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- i gross of March 3, 1879. H i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager M Saturdny, March 30, 1907 H TTTTT T tfTTtTTTTTT T T 'TTTTTT H A writer In a woman's magazine wants H to know why men wear suspenders, Hr For 0110 renson, because they do not Hj understand tho gentle art of making 0110 H pin hold up and together, some seven or H: nine yards of cloth. H; A Detroit mnn is asking for a divorce H' because his wlfo compels him to do tho H1 house-work. If sho docs not compel him H! to accompany her on her shopping ex- pcditlons, he still as something to be 1 thankful for and should keep quiet. m 'When tho big trusts havn...

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. — 30 March 1907

- - - , . !UTM STAOT flEWS Weber county farmers have con tracted to .plant M.OOO acres -of sugar beets this season. Utah and'lho western states In gen eral will ndt'bo affected 'by tho In crease In freight rates. While tho family were at church Iho residence of S. S. Worthlngton of Orantsvlllo was destroyed by iflro. f As n result of an outbreak of diph theria at Grantsvllle, the schools, churches and amusement places have been closed. Tho factory site and real estate of the Sanpete & Sevier Sugar company havo been purchased by tho Utah Sugnr company. A large canning factory Is to bo erected at Syracuse Junction, In tho very heart of the tomato and fruit ills- Itrlct of Davis county. Some one with n spito against dogs scattered poisoned meat nt several planes at Lohl Junction last week and got six dogs In one day. Edward J. Yard, chief engineer of tho Rio (Iran do railroad system, died of pneumonia at St. Mark's hospital, Salt Lake City, on Saturday. John Ripley of St. John, Mal...

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. — 30 March 1907

W AvJVkr- - - -M. --....,. f-kM rr . T ,- -'" -...- llPT HP5- JH-UK fciMI-i. -WJt W H P l n i i- FOUNb HE COULD MAKE TIME. I( On Call for Physician That Met with Hi Quick Response. Hjjj Life Is such a constant rush to a Hj w1I-known physician that to sccuro a HJ 'llttlo recreation ho has recourse to Hj riiBos: A visitor cnllod one night, and HJF began a sprcch to the servant: HJ " "t'Want tho doctor to como over ns HJ 'quickly ns ho can." HJl "Ho-can't do It!" the sorvnnt nn- MJ! tHeirod. "Ho loft orders that ho was I no busy that unless It was absolutely HJ mattor of lire and death ho couldn't HJr 'go out nt all this ovenlng." J ' "li)t.M said tho caller, "It Isn't 111- HJ1 -nons nt all." J "What then?" H- "Wm want him to como over and H Uko a hnnd In A gamo of whist." H i "Oh, that's different." H Tho servant disappeared, and reap- H t'cnred n moment later. H "Tho doctor says lio'll bo over In ten H tai lutes, sir," ho announced. M . FIFTEEN YEARS OF ECZEMA. H rTcrrlblo Itching Pr...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 30 March 1907

The Lion and the Lamb. John A. Harrison, a prumlnoot busi ness mnn of Stonohnm, was surprised the other day when ho went out In his back yard to see his pet cat and a squirrel eating out ot tho same dish. He called to his cat, but tho anlmaS refused to Icavo his now found friend. Uoston Post. From the German. A nail secures tho horseshoe, tho ehoo tho horso, tho horso tho man, the man tho castlo, and tho castle tho whole land. German. Bells Led to Burglar's Capture. Nocturnnl clock striking and too much of It has enabled tho Paris po lice to lay their hands upon a gang of burglars and their very valuable booty. Tho Inhabitants of a houso In tho Faubourg du Temple quarter, com plaining to tho pollco that for some time past they had heard an extraor dinary amount of what sounded llko electric bell ringing In tho night time, that seemed to conio from rooms In a certain direction, tho pollco first vorl fled tho fact for themselves and then raided tho rooms. Here they found two men busil...

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. — 30 March 1907

Krv-vw ' & P II HP. p ' !! L ? ' THE GARLAND GLOBE Pi " Hi THE GARLAND GLOBE M INDEPENDENT. H J A.WrxoM, . . Editor and Mnpr. Telephone No 52 Red H (Farnwrly Wjratt's Dutchnr Shop ) H KnUrcA an eccond-clftM matter February IT, H j 1904, at th post nfllcn nt (iartand, Utali, under H i thn Act of ComrreM of March 3, 1879. 1 Subscribers vt lio full to receive tliclr K papers regularly, please notify thlsoillee H: Saturday, Mnrch 30, 1907. H ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Tomonow in Easter Sunday. M "All Fool's" ilny comes Monday. Miss Eva lUco was a Ilrlglmm v Isltor H thU fl Geo. Mcldrum of Ticmont was in town H on liunliiuBS Saturday Inst. H M J Richards of Rivcnddo win slfiht- B seeing In Onrlmid TucMlay. M .Myron CrHtidull returned Saturday last H from 11 visit to tin: county scat. M 'Wines mid Llquora for Medicinal pur- M poses nt Itltcr JInis Drug .Store. JO-tf H' H Boyd purchased tho Jensen residence H just west of L.I Somsen's home lustucck. H Clmrloy Welling returned thu fore H part...

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. — 6 April 1907

M fWWW M M A A W JA M M W I - Job Pflntlnoi-Do yoa w UtM H :zb::- I U 14 11 Lr I m Iml II M II Lf 14 Kffitt ; H list of lub.crlbera TO-DAY and TH Bl M M f m I VI H W B p.ra. tcJ If 10. wt print there ?H H Bftth.aLOBEE2tlmn year for H H H W &A H m H A I H V H H M V H at this offlc ami can iausfy your H H the um of One Dollar and a Half M M MW I k I Lm A, V L. W m. A I m W B S wanla and piaranU wOtf atcloa H H DEVOTED TO TriE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY B H Vol. 2. No. 9. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 6, 1907 H H Base Ball Outlook. H Last Saturday evening the Garland H Ilusc Ball Fnns held nn Interesting nicct- H ing at llootlio Mcr. & Produce Co's store H nnd discussed tho coming season's out- H look. An order was mado for ten baso P bull suits nnd other parapbnnnlia H amounting to about tl0. H Preparations nro being made to have H the llrst game come oft about April 15th. P If weather conditions are favorable, tho P boys will do some 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. — 6 April 1907

PMMM jH iJr The Garland Globe m Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH M Terms of Subscription: B Ono year (In advnnco) $1.50 M Six montha 75 B Thrco months CO Advertising rates (urnlahod on nppll- M cation. Hj J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I THE GOVERNMENT CAN I MAKE NO EXCEPTIONS M Range Fences Must Come Down Re- H qardless of Consequences, Says Commissioner Garfield. m Washington. In ro-iponso to n tele- B srnm from Governor Biooks of Wyo- M mini?. Secretnry Gnrllcld states (lint M lie cannot mnko nny dcimrtiiro from M tho order requiring that rences on tho M public InndB bo removed, (lovcrnor fl Brooks' telegram wns addressed to tho H secretary or agriculture, and Is as fol- H "Owing tn the extent or cnttlo range H In I.nramlo, Albany and Converse H counties, Wyoming, It would bo very H dnnKcrous to hnva alt tho rences ro- H moved thnt President Roosevelt hns H ordered down, ns cattle would bo nt H largo and sprend disease everywhere. H A row months' time should bo giv...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 6 April 1907

1 . I JOANaWroDli" (Copyright. 1898, 1900, by S. It. Crockett.) CHAPTER XXXI. Theresa's Last Secret. It was approaching ten of tho cloclt "Boris and Jorlan had already visited all tho posts, and were now ready to make tholr venture with Thorcsa von Lynar. "No fools like old fools!" grumbled Jorlan m... tntlously, as ho buckled on his carnaud breastplate, that could shed anirtu uolts, quarrels and even bul lets froai powder guns as the prow of a vessel sheds the waves to either side Jn a good northerly wind. "Tl8 you should know," retorted Boris, "being both old and a fool." "A man Is known by tho company Tie keeps!" answered Jorlan. "Ah!" sighed his companion, "I -would that I had the choosing of tho company I am to keep this night!" "And I!" assented Jorlan, looking solemn for once as ho thought of pret ty Martha Pappenhelm. "Woll, wo do It from a good motive," said Doris; "that Is ono comfort. And If wo lose our lives, Prlnco Conrad will order many masses (they will need to be vor...

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. — 6 April 1907

LibibibibibibibibV' aiH P THE GARLAND GLOBE'. w The Garland Globe I ' H Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH. Hf Terms of Subscription: f One year (In advaneo) fl.BO 1 Bin: months 75 H Threo months CO H Advertising rates furnlnnod on aj H plication. H Bntorcd ai second-dnss matte H Fobrunry 17, 100G, nt tlio postofTlco at H Onrland, Utah, undor tho Act or Con- H Kress of March 3, 1879. H i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, April 6, 1907 TTtf TTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTT H A Disappointment. H Yo editor sat In hli snnctum H Tccllng unusually bluo, H Wondering If his overalls H Would last the season through. H His Uttered shirt nnd shluy cont M The wear of many years, H 1 Reminded him that It was tlrao M j To mnlco a few repairs. H Delinquents promised all tho tlmo To pay their hills pnst duo; Tho job press stood In idleness, M Tho Job hook empty, too. M March rains had tilled our streets with mud H Tho sun had censed to shine, B Our futuro hopes seemed blighted B Like n fro...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 6 April 1907

MINES A!ND MINING In tho Odin mlno nt Park City, Utah, a four-foot voln 'has been 'en counterra 'that goes 1G per cent cop per. Up to this time no camp In "Nevada outBldo of Goldflcld, with the excep tion of Tonopali, hait been affected by tho local labor war. A big strike has been made In the Ttamsey Comatock, at Itnmsoy, Ne - vada. Seven feet of sulphldo oro has y been cut that averages $50 to the ton. , Tho latest rush to take placo In Nevada, In to Cedar Basin, Lincoln county, where a number of likely cop per propositions have been staked out. A fierce flro Is burning In tho COO foot level In the Homestako mine at Lead, S. D., and It may become neces sary to flood that part of tho work ings to put out tho flames. Specimens of tho Dreamland oro, ' of Rosebud, Nevada, aro on exhibi tion in Salt Lako City that fairly daz zles one, being very rich In silver. Tho rock assays $1,500 In tho whlto metal. Tho Cavo mine, In Beaver county, 6cvcn miles cast of Mllford, Utah, Is about the ol...

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. — 6 April 1907

sbbbW I . I swwT flO V H16 Tar we were established. wl inn 's "" mil ' a" oor mi ' I UUL It the number of ccr Post Office Boi. H The Reliable Jowolry House H SALT LAKE CITY, UTArL WWa M. PLANTINQ IRISH POTATOES. H. Methods of Planting and Cultivation rH of the Crop. rH I prefer a Randy loam for potato rH land, writes nn Illinois farmer In H OranRo Jndd Farmer. This to bo nt rH Its boat should contain a pood supply H of wcrottwl humus, furnished elthur rH by turning uiidor a soil or growth of H vcgotatlon of some kind, or by a lib- rH oral application of barn yard innuiiro rJ I generally select tho piece of land rH - for potatoes thu fall previous to the rH spring tho crop Is to bo planted, In rH ordor to give It n dressing of well- rH rotted mnnuro If It Is not already rich rH enough. It Is then plowed. If early M potatoes are doslred, a fair Job of WW rotting thorn In may bo done by slm rH ply running furrows tho proper ills- rH i tanco apart, as early In tho spring as Hj tho soil ...

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. — 6 April 1907

I - j -kW HELPING ALONG HIS MEMORY. Hutband Willing to Do HI Bett to Follow Instruction. Mr. Morso Is an undemonstrative nan and an abacnt-mlnded one aa wotl. In these two respecto ho Is a trial to his wife, who Is exactly his opposite. "James," she sold as she bado him eood-by when ho wns about to Btart Tor Chicago, "will you romomber to hunt up Cousin William and find out all about Aunt Sarah? It Is so many I ears slnco I've heard from any of that family." V "Yes, my dear." "And do you suppose you will re member to put on your overcoat If the wind changos, so as not to catch one of your dreaded colds?" ' "Ycse, my dear." "And you will try to romembor that you havo plenty of clean collars, so you needn't go about looking as It you had no wife to see to you?" "Yes, my dear," said Mr. Morse, aa he turned to take up his bag. "And, James," Bald Mrs. Morse, tear fully, "do you supposo you will think of me every day whlto you aro gone and I am here at home?" "My dear," responded Mr. Mors...

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. — 6 April 1907

F' m F THE GARLAND GLOBE 91 LLH u fc. .. .. . THE GARLAND GLOBE H; INDEPENDENT. t J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mngr. Terephone No 52 Red Hj (Fornwrty Wyatl's nutclierShop.) m Enteral as accoml-class matter February 17, B 1900, at ths pot office at Garland, Utah, under B . tho Act of ConrriTas of March 3, 1878. Ht Subscribers who full to receive tin Ir Hi papers regularly, please notify this ofllte H' Saturday, April 6, 1907. ITEMS OF INTEREST. H Mrs. Pearl H Fotilgcr vUltul her par H tnts in Ogdcn Satuiday Inst. A P. Smith, Mgr. it M II Tel. Co., M spent Saturday last in tho roil 11 ty sent, M Wantki To buy a good work ttnm H weighing about 1200 lAch. See N L fl Brown, M When mnklnp fnrm loans, cnll on H Joseph N. Stohl of Hrlgham City; ho fl' lms mouoy to satisfy nil. tf H A niinilicr of our town proiilc nttpnded . tho regular prksthood muting held In M Rrlgham City last Snttirdny, M Cnll on Joseph N. Stohl of Ilrlghnin H City for your farm tonus. Ho tins the M money and v. II! treat ...

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. — 13 April 1907

! I ' 'H II I H 'wbTHE GARLAND . GLOBE "Ban I I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' "",' "--..-. - . . - . .... i ,.- i .,.,.. -.. i. ... .- .-. i . a -.. H Vol.2. No. .10 Published ot Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aprll 13, 1907 I X- Arbor Day Exercises. Monday, April 1 5. Tho following program will bo carried out in our public schools Arbor Day, Monday, April 15th: 1. 8oug "Whcro Do All tbo Daisies Go?" Uogluncrs grade. 2 Rending of Governor's Proclama tion. Ncttlo Rogers. ' ' 8 8ong, "Tho Dravo Old Oak, 4th Grado Pupils. 4 Sketch of J Sterling Morton and Arbor Day, Roscoo Evans. 5 Instrumental, Orlcno Hyde. 0 Address, What tho Governor Is Doing to Protect tho Forests." Prln. Burdctt Smith. 7 Patriotic Story, "Red, White, and Blue." School. , 8' Essay, Vcva Burgou. , C fl 8cntlments, 3rd Grado Pupils. 10 Recltatiou, "A Question," Mllllo Rogers. 11 Trco assignment: Grado Trco Meaning 1 Willow Goodness 2 Birch Worth 8 Poplar Ki mlu ess 4 Boxcldcr Benevol...

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. — 13 April 1907

BHBMsMMMMsBssMBsBsBBsMBBBBswBBH t i 1 - n I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at I GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (In advanco) $1.G0 K Six months 75 ' Thrco months SO H Advertising rates-furnished on nppll- B cation. H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I THAW'S SANITY I BEYOND DOUBT I Slayer of White Wins Victory After a Rigid Mental and Physical Examination M District Attorney Jerome Enters Vlg- m orous Protest Against Conflrma- m tlon of the Commissioner's M Report by the Court. fl Trial to Proceed. M Now York. Harry K. Thaw was do- H clarcd sano on Friday by tho unanl- H mows report o tho rommlsslon in lu- B nacy appointed to Inquire Into his H present mental condition. Tho momont M tho decision was handed down from fl Justice Fitzgerald's dcslc, District At- H torncy Jerome was on hlB feet vigor- H ouflly protesting against Its conflrma- B tlon by tho court. Ho declared ho had H been oxcluded from tho last session H of tho commission nnd demanded t...

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. — 13 April 1907

(Copj right, 1898, l'JOU, by S. H. Crockett.) CHAPTER XXXII. The Mafgraf's Powder Chests. Theresa and her conductor stood - -within tho tent of tho commander ot ' " Muscovite nrmy. She found her- in tho Immediate presenco of Ivan, who roso with his usual grace to greet her. An older man, with a gray, pinched face, sat listlessly with his elbow on tho small camp tablo. He leaned his forehead on his palm nnd looked down. ,Bo- hind, In tho hnlf dark of tho tent, a low, wldo divan with cushions was rovcalod, and all tho upper end of tho tont was filled up with a hugo and shadowy pllo of kegs nnd boxes, only half concealed behind a curtain. "I bid you welcome, my lady," said Prlnco Ivan, taking her hand. "Sure ly never did ally como welcoracr than you to our camp to-night. Lot us hear your nows, and then will wo find you such lodging and welcome as may bo In among rough soldiers arid In n samp of war." He went to tho front of tho pa vilion and pushed asldo tho dripping flap. "Alexis!" ho...

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. — 13 April 1907

ffU 111 ' in H '- IM - II Hf THR GARLAND GLOBE. ul L111H'' Jfct" - . . ' H I The Garland Globe B Published Every Saturday at H OAKLAND UTAH, H Term of 8ubcrlptlon: Bt On year (In advance) fl.BO M Blx months .75 H Three months EO H Advertising rates furnlshod on ap- H ll cation. pppj i H Entorod a socond-clasa matte H February 17, 190G, at tho postofflco at H Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Con- H gross of March 3, 1879. H i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H Saturday, April 12, 1907 BlllV ........ ....... !,!.. llWi. H Peanut venden might bo accused of M working a shell game. 9 M A hog may bo a squcnlor, but ho novcr M gives anything awny. & M A bicycle does not cat, a horsa doos; H but au ordinary ciirpct tack will not let H tho wind out of a horso. S H Mankind Is divided Into two classes M thoso who enrn a living without getting M It. and those who get a living without H carnlug it. & M Fifty-five suits for dlvorco were filed M In Denver during the first ten days In m Mar...

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. — 13 April 1907

'I 4 NEWS SUMMARY t Tt is now said that -mora than B.OOO "painters er on strike Jn Greater Mew York. The army transport Sheridan has sailed for tho Philippines -with i cargo of supplies. 1 James Wesley has Tecn convicted at BemldJI, Minn., of tho murder 'of 77. O. Dahl and his daughter, and Bon tenced to death. U It Is estimated that 15 per cent of tho wheat and 25 per cent of the oats crop in Oklahoma has been destroyed toy tho grcenbug. Engineer William Cornell was Wiled and two firemen injured In a read-end collision in tho Santa Fe yard In Los Angeles. A bill making It unlawful for hrew ors and wholesalo liquor men to own saloons has passed both houses of the Nebraska legislature. s, A police Inspector named Floloft -was killed at Soropul, Russia, by a 16-year-old school boy named Rti7.net sow, who was captured. A Jury nt Kenosha, Wis., found Ed ward Collier guilty of manslaughter in running down and killing William Dryer with his automobile. Twenty Italians wero burned to death...

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. — 13 April 1907

M Smoked out the Durglan. m A Leeds (England) pollcoman, heor M Inn suspicious noises In a durk collar, B sprinkled cnyonno poppor on some cot B ton wool, set flro. to tho cotton and B put It through n grating of tho cellar. H Two burglars Bpccdlly camo out and t wort) captured, R B A Chicago man has discovered that m white of eg1; Is a suro euro for cancer m when applied directly. If this Is truo, B tho American hen Is a greator beno- H factor to tho human rnco thun has H been supposed." H Enough to Depress Anyone. H Dr. Austin Flint said at tho Con- H tury club In Now York npr.pos of a H will contcat that hnd bcon trk-d lust H year: "The plalntilT lost nnd no won- H dcr. Ills caso wns ns d I ill cult n ono H as that of n young man who appeared H unduly depressed after tho dea:h of H his rich aunt. 'Why nro you so sad?' H an acquaintance Bald to tho young H man. 'You novcr uppenrod to care H much for your aunt.' 'I didn't,' said H: , tho youth dolefully, 'hut I wns the H' means of ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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