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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 13 July 1907

hVR :.' K The Garland Globe Hf Published Every Saturday at BjF GARLAND .... UTAH Hw Terms of Subscription: fl Ono year ln nJvnnc) $1.60 Hk Six months 75 Ht Three months CO Hj jWi Advertising rates furnished on nppli- HJ MF cation. H$ J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I . SET FI TO HUSBLND II . IN ORDER TO MARRY LOVER IP -" i l: Terrible Crime of Pennsylvania Hiy Woman, Who Evidently Thought HJ c the Divorce Courts Were too ( Slow. Sernnton, Pa. Mrs. Kimlrn Howes to, ngel 18 'years, of Dunmoro, 1h In the county jail churged with having burned nor husband to death that she might lu frco to marry her former h -; lover, Ignntz Hutro, who Is also In HJ h jail, charged with being an accessory. HJIf Thu police ofllclnls say that Mrs. I low- HJIf wlo has confessed and given nil the HJW ilotnlls of the crime All the parties HjKi nru Lithuanians. HJ t. Accenting to the story told to the HJ W pollco by Mrs. Howesto, she nnd Hut- !ro were lovers beforo she married Howesto, In the- old country, two...

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 July 1907

hhk '" ' Ml 1 I I I 1 I " THE DELUGE Sy DAVID GRAHAM EHUURS, Author of "7HFCQS2&C (ccn&jtsffr ear && J3aa35-&2zs?az con&WK) CHAPTER XVI. Continued. "I owe a lot to you, Matt," ho plead ed. "But I've done you a great many favors, haven't I?" "That you have, Hob," I cordially agreed. "Hut this Isn't a favor. It's business." "You mustn't ask It, Dlacklock," ho I cried. "I'vo loaned you raoro money H now than the law allows. And I can't H let you have any more." H "Some one has been lying to you, and you've been believing him," said H I. "When I say my request Isn't a H . favor, but business, 1 mean It." MJ "I can't let you havo any more," ho W repeated. "I enn't!" And down came J bis fist In a weak-violent gesture H I leaned forward and laid my hand U strongly on his arm. "In addition to the stock of this con- cern that I hold In my own name," H . said I, "I hold flvo shares In tho namo 2 ot u man wll0l nobody knows that 1 H ven know. If you don't let mo have H ...

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 July 1907

sv tup. Oakland tn.om:. . BBSS1 HI i I III m AJ , J LLA.W .IHi'lUUI' ,, "II I II .11,111 II II llll I ,!, ttMMWWWWWiMWMWMMMMMiWMWMWWiWWWMBMMMWiWWiMlWWMMaWIWWWWBMiMHMMWMBWMMBMBMMMWIMWMMMiMMIIBMMMBM : The Garland Globe aW u Published Every Saturday at Hi ' OAfiLAND UTAH. K; Term of Subterlptlont ;j Ons year (In advance) -..ft. GO i Btx months 76 H,t Three months 60 ML Advertising rates furnished on ft? BJ, plication. IEntorod &W second-class matter February 17, 160C, at the postofflce at Oarland, Utah, under the Act of Con tress ot March 3, 1879, i, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager Saturday, July 13, 1907 BBBSl w hH -AAA. AAAAA. .....I.. AAAAAAA. i The Trip to California. ; (Ry MI11 Hnr.el Whlto.) ! Tlnmday afternoon, May 10, ll)07,wo 1 were all talking about tliu California trip and wondering If Grandpa would come to HHAlst lis 011 our way. Just as Mabel ft gated out of the window, a man dressed in miner's clothing camo slowly walking Up the street, Mabel gave a yell and run y to...

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 July 1907

(Ha n i ' " ' I UTAH STATE NEWS U A six-year-old eon of J. C. John H son, ot Logan, had his hand badly H crushed In a hay pulley. H Tho Salt Lako" route lias ordered H twenty-thrco locomotives from tho 'American Locomotlvu company. I Ed Madsen, of Mount Pleasant, Is 1 suffering with a broken collarbone, I caused by falling against a tablo. Twenty peoplo were Injured at Park I I City on tho 4th. as the result of reck I Jcss handling ot fireworks and fire I arms. I Mrs. W. E. Brown whllo walking I across tho floor In her home at Mount . I Pleasant slipped and fell, breaking I hpr ankle. I At Redmond, near tho southern end I of Sanpeto county, aro deposits of I salt In quantities almost largo enough I to bo called mountains. I Former Wisconsin peoplo now rest- 1 dont In Utah, and In Salt Lako par ticularly, will form a social club to he known as tho Wisconsin Society. t Tho Great Salt lako has risen near ly five Inches in two weeks. Tho level is 3 4-10 feet abovo tho zero mark, or 2 2-...

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 July 1907

IM M WMWMMW MM wmma , JBHIMI ,11 I L L 1 Qood Jokes II A HE EXPLAINED. 12 Tlioro wore 14 malo passengers on HI K tlio streot car nnd a fat man passed iw along tlio running-board and said tu Wmat each ono In succession: Iff . "Don't think me officious, please, By? hut I'm taking a utiaw voto Tor tlio Mf, noxt presidency. State your prefer- H enco, please." .f "All stated It hut ono. Ho wan n H K Journeyman tailor with a btindlo of H E clolh on IiIm knees, ami lie promptly IB infused. If "Hut It's only a straw vote, ou H g know," urged the other. m "1 know, hut I couldn't do It." F "I don't seo what you aio nfiald of." HI! I'eihaps not, hut I don't propose to H'k get Into any trouble." HjjL "I don't sen how you ran. Isn't this HI F a fico country?" Hi ft "Vcs, sir, but 1 wink for a boss." I "Well." Hw "Well, I should voto for myself, and Hj'V my boss might henr of It." HjH "Hut supposo ho did?" Hj'tt "Then I'd got the Back In two mln- Hj Sr iitcs, My boss means to bo a cnndl- It llato...

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. — 13 July 1907

B B MADE A NEW FASHION. Qeod Joke Played In Old Dayt on B Would-Be Fashionable. Old Camden, In his "IlemalnB," tell , good Btory of a trick played by a knight upon a would-be fnshlonnblo shoemaker. Sir l'hlllp Calthrop purged John Drakes, tlio shoemaker of Norwich in the time of King Henry VIII., of the proud humor which our peoplo ha.vo to bo of tho gentlemen's j cut This knight bought as much fine . French tawny cloth as should mako 'him a gown, and sent It to the tailor's to ho made. John Drakes, a shoe maker, coming to this tallo.-'B and see: Ing tho knight's gown cloth lying there, hid tho tailor buy cloth of tho satuo price and pattern and mako it of tho samo fashion as tho knight'. 'Not long after tho knight, coming in to tho tailor to be measured for .Ills gown, and perceiving tho like cloth lying there, aBked whoso It- was. "John Drakes', tho shoemaker, who will havo It made of tho self-same fashion that yours Is made of." "Then mako mine as full of cuts as tho shears will ...

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. — 13 July 1907

HTT1 WWWW I THIS GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. I' J A.WttO'i, . . I dltor and Mocr Mi Telephone No 52 Red IR (Fcrmrly Wyrntfn Itntehcr.thop.) B nUid sefond-tU.s matter F.bnurr 17. IB 19011. t the post tMwi utO&rland, Ulsh, under II th Aet of Consigns of March 3. 1879. IK Subscribers who fall to receive their II pipers regularly, please notify tlii office If' Saturday, July 13, 1907. fl 9k ft 1SS1S.AAAA.A..HA.A - i 1 A A A 1 i. II ITEMS OF INTEREST. In No, wc won't go to lit 13 tie Trcmont on the 24th. Ik II. F.Bootbrof Brlgham was In town I T lat Saturday. Ix,. Andrew Madsen of Honryvlllo was In It town on business Tuesday. I ft M. A. Boothe and Dnn l'arry lean- to Hffi dny on n fishing trip In Blacksmith Pork K cunyou, li Stale Auditor.!. A. Edwards, wife And lj children were K,lt,,tq ' Mr. nnu" Mr. IK .Tosepli Jcmcn Sunday, 1 Mrt. Martha Dorton of I .fill, mother IfT of David Dortnn, nml Mrs. Martha OIen ll' of Soda Springs, spent Sunday in town. K9j! .Mr. find Mrs. .Tames Coombs...

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. — 20 July 1907

H( B H H I 'H B I B I "i3i,sss Tiir PAD I AWr m ADIT "ssmsj-i I B DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY I i, -.-Ar.- I Vol 2.' No. 24. Published pt Garland, Utah. Saturday, July 20, 1907 -"' r I Cutting Affray. B In the (mall hours of the morning last B , Bat unlay a brutal stabbing and cutting B affray took place at the Garland Livery B Btulilo that disturbed the peaceful slum- B bcr of a number of our citizens, who Bf put In an early morning shift In caring B for the wounded parties In the mix-up. H A man by the name of B 0 Carroll. H who hales from Logan, got into a quarrel Wm wl:honeJoe Orgil, vho Is an employ H of the stablo and the affair ended In a Ut serious cutting affray Mm From parties who witneued the affair WB we gleaned the fucta submitted below: WE Hot ti men hurt been drinking Saturday Bf and t;nl lulo h qiinrul just after 'mld MM night lu the offlco of tbo stable. Mr. WE Boooks, ono of the proprietors of the Mm stable, Interfered twice ...

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. — 20 July 1907

Bjr ' The Garland Globe BBf Published Every Saturday at H' GARLAND .... UTAH Bt ' Terms of Subscription: Bg Ono year (In advance) fl.RO HE' Six months 75 BBJn, .Threo tnontha SO Bit Advertising rates furnished on nppll- BBif- cation. BB.; BBf J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I HORTICULTURE j KILLING MELON APHIS. B 't Can De Done by Fumigating with B Tobacco Smoke. HR The melon nptila linn dono great Hflk Injury In melon plants In vntlous see- BflrJF tloiiH of tlio country, particularly BflrillS Toxiib. In a bulletin of the Texan VffiT rtxporlinont station It Is recommended BHse: '" I1'11"1 u fo"' rmvH ,lf nmo nt 1)ntl1 BBJ;)? ''lulu or nl tin' side of tlio melon field BBJ before planting tlio melons. Itnpo la BBj natural food plant for an aplilH which Mf ban universal distribution, TIiIb In- ft Smoking Out the Bugs. 7 ect Ih tlio liost for tho majority of 7 'nserlH which destroy other nphldcs. H In Ida way,, lady bugs and other In- Hf sects will become bo, numorouB that BBf' they will...

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. — 20 July 1907

TPITITAIWC TkD1?AM Mr. Fulton, "a strong built Danish JrULlUINO JUaVCAIYI brig, tho Dorotboa, burtlion 200 ton ' .i,r t w was anchored In Wnlmer road, ncaf OF -NAVAL WAR Donl.nndwHhlaan.Ho or Wa ' raatlo, tho thon rosldcnco of Mr V RFA1 17FH Two boatB-cacn w,th CiT put under my dlrectlo'foaiBk . -. . - -. --r,r,i-r two empty torpodoa'yuiflflflk 1HIS PLEA FOR TORPEDO nr that wen j IgjjHM BOATS WAS MADE MORE threo pound-' WuMffMm THAN CENTURY AGO. jJ'N THE DELUGE Z?y DAVID GRAHAM PHHURS, Autltar of "THFCasFMr 1 feOBESyrGT 6v&&aS33-ll2J3KZcan&VVK) CHAPTER XVII. Continued, i "They're mamma's friends," Anita I was answering. "Oldish and tiresome. When jou leave I shall go straight on up to bed." "I'd llko' toto soo your room whoro you live," Bald I, more to my self than to her. ,' "I sleep In a baro Httlo box," Bhc ropllcd with a laugh. "It's llko a cell A friend of out a who hns tho antl-gcrm fad Insisted, on It. lint my sitting room Isn't so bad." "Langdon has tho antl-tfer...

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. — 20 July 1907

1 I I-1 Tm; Oakland oi.onr. rrr I The Garland Globe 'Published Every Saturday at GARLAND UTAH. Terms of Subscription: Ono year (In advanco) 11.60 Blx months ?6 Thrco months CO Advertising rates furnished on ap plication. Entered aa second-class matte February 17, 1000, at tlio postodlco at Oarland. Utah, under the Act of Con gress of March 3, 1879. i. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager i 'i Saturday, July 20, 1907 1 s Bl lIMllT'MIITTTTTimilMI I K A Matter Maton. 1 4" We never take liberties with the l , Masons. 1 moan tho F. and A. Uut H ( hore la something too good to lose. B f It really happened In a small court HI t In Long; Island, and ought to go on HJ ' record with the grand mastor of tho H Itf state: The prlsonor waa ono of the Hf ? prettiest hoboes that over wandered HI V from Hoboken. Ho was typical. Dut ft ho fell by the wayside and failed to HJ( convlnco the policeman that he was H I , really an honest old grafter-tramp. 1 "Yer honor, I'm a Mason," he whls- Hn pered to the ...

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. — 20 July 1907

TULTON'S DREAM OF NAVAL WAR IS REALIZED 'HIS PLEA FOR TORPEDO I BOATS WAS MADE MORE I THAN CENTURY AGO. L a. fc ANTIDOTE TO SEA POWER &W PLAN OF ATTACK IN EIGHT-OARED BM' GALLEYS DIFFERS LITTLE BB FROM MODERN "TACTICS. flBflk iflB Before the Age of Steam, the Great BB Inventor Asked the President and fll National Legislature to Organize BB Defense with Great Flotilla of Tor- 9BT pedo Boats Asserted That Such HB Engines Would Mean "Liberty of HB the Seas" Demonstartlon of Their HB Power. HB Now York. Prophecy rests lit overy HB lino of a book yellowed by a century HB In which tire sot forth tho views of HB Robert Fulton on the submarlno war- HBT faro of tho future. Attention has been HH called to the old volutno Just at tho HJf time, when tests of under-sea craft flfli aro In progress, under tho direction SB or the United States navy. Hardly BjDR an element oxlsts of tho art of uttack BHf A and dufonso now used In that warfaro K -y beneath tho waters but was recog- flK nl zed by ...

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. — 20 July 1907

sHBr ' w HA' , AT THE DENTIST'S. HJ 3 "Do you give gn hero7" naked n Hl- wild-looking man who rushed into n IBl- dentist's. "We do," replied the dentist. "Doe It put n fellow to sleep?" "It does" ' "Sound asleep, so jotl enn't wake him up?" M.-:. "VeH." Hi "Vou could break IiIh Jaw or black HI hiH eye and lie wouldn't feed It?" HJS "Me would know nothing about It." HJ . "How long does Im sloop'" HJ "The physical Insensibility pro- HJ & duced by Inhaling tlio gitB IubIs a inln- Hj ule, or iiiotinbly a little less." Hk. " "I expect that'H long enough Clot HF H all ready Tor a fellow to tnko' HV. "Yes. Tako a neat In (IiIh chair HJ ' and show mo your tooth " HJ, "Tooth nothing!" snld the excited HJr caller, beginning rapidly to rcniovo HJ' IiIh coat and tent. "I want joii to pull HJ porous planter off my back" HJ How He Caught Them. H ArchblBhop Whateley had a true HBL so'ibo of grnmtner, Bays an old KiikUbIi- HJL itinti who remembers him, and delight- HH cd to spring cutch questio...

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. — 20 July 1907

Mrs. Emma Stolt, of Appleton, Wisconsin. "A neighbor advised me to use Peruna. I began to improve at onee." K mhhV i'.mma NToiyr. K Mrs. Emma Stolt, 1000 Oneida St., Ap- H plcton, Win., writes: Wk "I'cruiui linn dono mo a great ileal of B good slnco 1 began talcing It and I am Wk al wnyH ghul to hpfiilc a good word for it. "Three years ago I was In a wretched H; condition vlbackachcs,bearlngdown s prtHS, and nt times wus so horo und lamo Hi tlint 1 could not movo about. I hud In- Hi Humiliation and Irritation, and although Hj I used different remedied they did mo HJ no good. j "A neighbor who had been using l'c- HJ mini advised me to try It, and I am glad HJ that I did. I begun to improve us boon HJ us I took it and 1 felt much better. J; "I thunU you for your lino remedy. It is certainly a godsend to sick women, H) Catarrh of tlio Internal Organs. K . Miss Theresa llertlcs, White Church, H ' iMo., writes: E-' "I sulTered with catarrh of tho stom as ncli, bowels and internal organs....

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. — 20 July 1907

sjf THfc GARLAND GLOBE jH if THE. GARLAND GLOHK 1 independent. iTSbL " A.Wixon . . Editor nml Mnijr. ffi Telephone No 52 Red ICb (Formerly Wyatt'n Hutcher Shop.) H Kntcrod aa necond-clavi matter February 17, II . V" 1906, at the post ufllco at Garland, Utah, under ' K the Act of Comma of March 3, 1879. BB Subscriber who fall to receive their mk papers regularly , please notify I Ills ofllrc Mm'' Saturday, July 20, 1907. f ITEMS OF INTEREST. H,i Mr 11 nd .Mr.H David Dortuii sp'int Sun- K day In the Peach city m) A. M. Hrowti of Colllmton wan In B! town nn huslncsi Monday. m John L. Hurns returned Wednesday HV from a week' visit In (lie state capital. V Miss Lcnora Homer of llrlghain mis Vi the guest of Mlas Nora Ilooth last Satur- Br day and Sunday, K Mr and Mm J. M. Jensen of l'rovo B arc visiting In town the guesta of Mr and ' Mrs. O.W.Hyde. H' M A Jloothc and K. V. Schneider B ipent Hundny In Hlacksmlth Pork canyon kt and returned Monday with about 17fi A fine k Mr and Mrs II. C. ...

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. — 27 July 1907

flflP I 'Hl HVflE ' ' flJ I THE GARLAND GLOBE " flflflf t iH B Vol. 2. No. 25. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, July 27, 1907. " Vf GARLAND BRIEFS. HBV' President Lorenzo N. Stohl of the IBM board of trustees of tbo Stato Agrl HHW- cultural college of Logan and J. D. HflM Peters, cashier of the First National HBv bank of Brlgham City, were here on HB business Friday. HHJ The business men of Garland and HHJ Tiemonton cross bats with the busl BB ness men of Drlgham City next BBE Wednesday, July 31st, In a friendly BBS game of baseball, and a return game BB will bo played In this city Saturday, BBb August 3rd. K Home Missionaries P. M. Dalrd and BBk W. T. Davis of Drlgham City were BBS the speakers at tho afternoon Bcrv BB Ices last Sunday. B Miss E, Dush, who has been the BBS lady cleik at Rlter Dros.' drug store Blt for the prist few weeks, returned to BB her homo In Logan last Saturday. ---SIM O H LAST SATURDAY'S GAME. BlJ Elwood'a nine was whitewashed to PlB the tune of 1G to ...

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. — 27 July 1907

f" I 1; The Garland Globe ,( Publlthed Every Saturday at K ' GARLAND .... UTAH . jB , Terms of Subscription: Lm ' One year (In advance) 1.60 m Ism, Six months 76 Y:WL Threo months 50 P H Advcrtlslngsratcs (umlsbod on nppll- 1 B fcatlon. r iK R K' K H J. A. Wlxorn..... Editor and Manager StlfHHHv 0000vv0 ffBK; A HAY DARN. ' fKfl,' 8tye of Structure Which Will Allow k''lLm' ' Ea,y Handling ' Hny t f'aW When a considerable qunntlty or i'lLB ,lny '8 t0 lj0 t'orcl tliu Bt',u of uanl oHt should bo such ns will permit easy fiHT handling both In unloading and re- K BV loading. To storo CO tons of liny, I K with a U'-foot drlvowny between each ff HP' bay and with 12-foot bays 18 feet deep, f Br' would require n length of 01 feet, the ? gfc ,,00r Bpnco would then bo HSxGl feet. w, divided Into two bays 12 foot wide, of fVW four IG-foot bentH each. ' Tliu fllllng can bo expedltloiiHly t l handled with the horse fork In two , wnyB, oxplnliiH Central Tlorald first, lining each hunt by itself fro...

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. — 27 July 1907

4 i ! ' BOUNCING BALL ON AIR. I kk Peculiar Motions of Trick Ball and V jttt the Explanation. You will say this Is Impossible, for Itow cun a ball bounce unless It litis (something to stilku tmulnst, thus giv ing It the required Impact to dovelop a rebound? Yet If you throw this particular hall through the nlr, It will describe the series of "bounces" shown in Fig. 1. much to the astonishment of the person it Is thrown nt. Perhaps he prides himself especially on his catch ing ability, but his prldo will surely "go before a fall" when he: tries to Judge this erratic ball, for it is most difficult to catch and will fool nlno good catchers out of ton. After j ou havo had some fun puz zling your friend In Hils mnnner, there is another way to get amusement out of the trick hall. Provldo, yourself with an ordinary hall resembling It, handing the trick ball to the other chap whom you now Invito to roll for a lino to see" who may como nearest, oacli. standing about ten feet distant from the...

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. — 27 July 1907

I, MONO-RAIL SYSTEM TO REVOLUTIONIZE RAILROAD TRAVEL May Relegate Steam Locomotives and Heavy Coaches to the Scrap Heap. FINANCIAL PIANTS ARE INTERESTED Men of Millions Stand Ready to Test Practica bility of Scheme of Howard Hansel Tunis Speed of 150 Miles an Hour Is Among Promises Made. a Pr New York. A young mechanical en- ftS glnecr, for n llttlo moro tlinn tliroo m F yearn, line boon mystifying and nmus- W E lng persona living near bis father's l XIwa homo at Windsor Hill, Just outside of t BI llalthnorc, by his experiments with u W VBi ' slnglo rail railroad that be lias con- W m Btructcd. B yK Ilecontly nil the newspapers In the H, fl n city contained tbo nutborltatlvo an nk ii B nounebment that John H. Stnrln, who H l V lias iuado millions In transportation BJM' f enterprises; Cbnrles Stewart Smith M f m mid Woodbury Lnngdon, all members W ffl m of the Kapld TraiiBlt conimlsHlon, were F m to back a company which will build i'S ,,,Ib yunB engineer's slhglo rail rail JftO4 load...

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. — 27 July 1907

I LEAPING SIMPLruli H NOTHING MORE HEARD OF ONCE H FAMOUS AGUINALDO. flfl Olitingulihed Trouble Maker Now a HI Succettful Ship-Builder In Phil- BH Ipplnet and Reconciled to Bfl American Rule. B'' New York. A .correspondent writ- HB IliR to a contemporo'ry, inked what HI has becomo of Agulnuldo, tho once BI conspicuous Tngal, "Son ot Destiny," BJ but who seems to have dropped so HJ completely out of public notice that BJ tho paper to which tho Inquiry was Bfl addressed replied by saying that fl "patient and painstaking search of fl tho records discloses the fact that the fl famous Filipino chieftain who for fl many 'long months was chased from fl ono end of tho Philippines to the Bfl other by piactlcally all the armed Bflj forces of tho United Slates, and who BBj was finally surprised and captured by BBJ stratagem by (Jon. Frederick Funs- BBJ ton, tho Marc-devil of the American BBJ arm,' hnu dropped out of sight as Bfl completely us If the earth had opened Bflj and swallowed him at a...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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