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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 17 August 1907

H ' The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at Wt ' GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (lu ndvnnco) fl .50 H , Six months 75 H Thrco months CO H Advertising rates furnlahod on nppll- H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Managrr URGE NUMBER OF NATIVES REPORTED KILLED IN BME H Real Warfare Now on In Casablanca, H the French Troopi Having Deen H1 Fired Upon by Moors and H Warships Open Bom- H bardment. Bi Tangier. CtiBiiblanca, on dm Mnroc- j ran const, linn been bombarded by 1 French cruisers, tint .Mouth mo ro- M ported to hnvo boon shot down In H largo numbers, und the town since last H. ' Sunday night Iiiih boon pnic.tlcnlly In B' possession of lundlni; parties from H" French nnd Spanish cruisers. The Hf lrnt shots wore fired by tho Moors. H Tlio French responded with u bayonet H charge nnd tho boinbnrdment of the M native quarter with Melinite shells M Tho French had hIx mon wounded LW i hut no ono Killed. No Kuropeun rest- H' di'tits were hurt. H The occupation of Cas...

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 August 1907

1 THE DELUGE v (fcoBefxrysKT tot scms-riEBBax, ca?sW2 I CHAPTER XXI Continued. "Do not put mo to tho test," t pleaded. Then I added what I know to bo truo- "Hut you will not. You Know It would tako nonio one stronger than your uncle, stronger than your parents, to gworvo nio from what 1 believe right" for you nnd for me." I had no fear for "to-morrow." The hour when oho could defy mo had passed. A long, long silence, tho electric Speeding southward under tho arch ing trees of tho West Drive. I re member It was as we skirted tho low er end of tho Mall that sho Bald even ly: "You havo mndo mo hato you i so that It terrifies mo. I am afraid I of the consequences that must como 1 to you and to mo." "And well you may bo," I answered I gently. "For you've seen enough of ! me to get at least a hint of what 1 1 would do, If goaded to It. Ilato Ib terrible, Anita, but love can bo moro terrible." At tho Wllloughby sho let mo help her descend from tho electric, wnltcd until I sent It away, wal...

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 August 1907

' ' aLf nil. u iii.mm;uiiii. H ,t fc. ,, . , I ! IspKe OWlandl Globe j, ' Publlfhed Kvary Untiirday at OARLAND UTAH. SbL- Tarma of 8uberlptlon: j EEby On year (lb Advance) fl.S0 HHv llx months &' K hreo months , . .CO Km AdmtlalnR rale fumlahed on ap HBi-" plication. iRKy Cntered a icood-clMa mntte $L febroary 17, 1&00, at tho postomeeat KJkL Garland. Utah, under the Act of Oon- BMPl Cra of March 3, 1879. Bap '' i, A. Wtxem ...."Kdltor and Manager ?' Siuniny, August 17, 1907 He K It ) rhore blessed to be cool M H beautiful WW qp H w-- e nP Spain announces raHfe - that it is n very happy feeling to In'Mr father. Just wiiit Alf, until BrawK teething time begin. ft-ftl ri ttE; i-vh' BjK The man on the back of the W W" Ice wagon can keep cool when fit Jp" . nobody else can. Give us all a hl K job on the ice wagon. Prp If all dreams come true this g ffi A'orld would be a queerer place R L than it is. Quite right, and more I? , of ua would be millionaires. sK . When the government...

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 August 1907

I Hk- If From Her Own Experience I! i ANNA BANCROFT 'COUSHAINE j HI , ,- (Copyright, by Daily Story Pub. Co.) ml My crltleam, ah yes, a-h y-o-B Ml construction good, lino; English Hi ' couldn't bo better; plot Is excellent, Mf j character delineations perfect but I- , my dear young woman, thoro Is some- thing very essential lacking, BOine- thing In 'the quality. Probably It has not occurred to you Ho put It In Just I that way, but do you think you could write Intelllgentlyof the life and hob I Its of the natives of Africa, unless you I personally visited tho cuuntry?" I "Why, no I don't supposo I could, I but then I haven't any Idea of writing I on any such subjuct." I "Ofcourso not, of 'course not. I I simply .wanted you to know that you I- can't write love stories that havo the I truo ring, until you've been In lovo I, yourself. Hang on to this story; don't H" lot It get out of your possession; keep ( It, bIx months, n year, two, years If necessary, then rewrite It, bring It H bac...

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 August 1907

M A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE. ' J j How a Veteran Va Saved the Ampu- i U tJtlon of a Limb. .' f II. Frank DorcmuH, veteran, of iyjl f Roosovelt Ave, IndlnnnpoliH, Intl., Bu! i. Bays: "I had beon HS$.. ," T V showing symptoms of Hri' " AmT' - A 1'1'lnoy troublb from HHpj : wSkW''& "10 lln10 ' was m"8' KL lTOs Xt toiciloutof thuariny, iHr Pc&ro '"" '" n" ,ny "fo ' Kt, JKjKjKT never suffered as In IH& . ,K!r?l I8!)7 I,pa,,ncn?8' ,llz" BHLl USSSSMHlil 7,mc8s n,ul bIoopIobh- jBp ' BiffaSfe'THl n(-lts' "r8l nni' "icn IHw' BtKMN&iln ''rIlS'a ' wns weak WH&L ; anil helpless, hnvitiK WkW, . run down from 180 to 125 pounds I HBft i wnx liming terrible pain In the kid- R io.h and the secretions passed almost H&B lrixilimlnrll) My left leg swelled tin- Hnj$L tit It was :M Inrlies around, nnd thn fHUv doctor tapped It nlsli! and morning H,&-. until I could no longer Btnnd It, nnd Bro ' then lie advised amputation. I refused, HEt and began using Doan's Kidney 11118 K' Tlie ...

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 August 1907

No man too poor to use Bain Wagons t' No mn wealthy enoujjh I to buy boiler. Your grandfather was familiar with the good qualities of The Bain, and your grandchildren wilt be. Don't be milled there U only one Bett In (arm wagons, and experience proclaim! Bain, always Bain. Hand made Heavy Team Harneti, at well, at many atylea of Eastern Harv neat, fully guaranteed, always on hand, and at consistent prices. When peedlng Implements, Vehicles or Stoves, write us. We save ysu money, give you good goods and good treatment. Try us. Consolidated Wagon & Machine Gompany Lcdlnc Implement Dealers Utah and Idaho George T. Odell, General Minster Houjij at Salt LaK; Ogdtn, Lcjan. JB Idaho Fattj and Mentptlhr. I A NEW TRIUMPH IN OIP MAKING DOUBLC TAINOTH. LOW COST. tfaTrJi,iotj llBfllV i '1$ iLmt Absolutely free (ran any crude substance. Contains no tar oils. Infallible In curatlte effect. No Injury to sheep or wool. Requires no addition besides water. No sediment. Nc stirring. Mlies with col...

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 August 1907

SaWBffgjjgJdjgMljBflSyyre '""' iBlt?JSSllalSSSST.y-.vf W ' -"lmjw1 "''"" IWI '" - TpE5SS!!T!S!"B WlMpggst?g?fr iTTnpsifwftw'a 'awST mwc: r,ii-'iMWM,tt'iinjiQV.a7iiirrgrT.r-Tlili ngjf .Vff. -.-as.; i "--- j - "' '- tu - -r 35asWWi"BB,""J",,W I . TIIL GARLAN1) ULOBK "' - . . in. ' "" !' THE GARLAND GLOBE INDEPENDENT. I ' JK1. J A.WrxoM, . Editor ondMngr. K'l' Telephone No 52 Red wW (Fetnuiiytyyttt'J D4tchrSLct. V'," !SP Entmd at Mcond-cUti matter Ftbrutry 17, a ' H tht Act of CongTMS of March 1, 1879. c , BB Subscribers who fail to reccJvo their I it papers regularly, please notify this office t l Saturday, Aug. 17, 1907. I , ITEMS OF INTEREST. r J1' Mr Leo Clayton is visiting relatives in I, '" Letil. f. ? Mfss Viola Nye. of Pnrls, Idaho, Is f i Waiting with her sister Mrs II 0 Hun- f V laker Mrs Lucy A CInrk returned Wednes day from a vblt with friends In Farm ington 1 Ml! Lettlu Cbrlitcnsco, of Rrlghnm Cliv, is visiting relatives and friends In this city Mrs Mnrtba Dorton of Lehl I...

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 August 1907

m. "' '",""" -, t f- , wit- y O sv.j, H I Mffi?sH nrui? p adi a iin ri rmr "saasts I Is DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M i Vol. 2. No. 29. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 24, 1007 M r$. Thursday's Game. m w? They camo, had to bo shown and got v wholloped the Jolly, good-natured ag- ''SV gregatlou of Business Men from the )v& County Scat. (J It's tbC'Swictest Story Ever Told" jM at the Qarland-Trcmont bunch were A' able to crow over the visitors to the !o tuou of 19 to 8. We wont mention the jjjn error made by both sides and the "good 7$ plays" were too numerous to find place ;. in our columns. 'i The water melon bases were eaten up v, before the game comuienced, and the i "peach" baso balls were all thrown at the kids on the bleachers. I The game was full of ginger and tbo y Brlgham boys proved themselves to be a ' fine class of fellows to associate with. V The pitchers for Brlgham'a nine were ' " a1 numerous as files on a molasses...

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. — 24 August 1907

1 f. The Garland Globe i Published Every Saturday at GARLAND .... UTAH t ' Hr Terms of Subscription: E-Vwll' One year (In advnnco) 91. CO p. ''HR. Blx months 76 '" Br' Thrco months SO i .' Mp Advertising ratoa furnished on nppll i owl', cation. f JP ft? 'Ml ' J. A. Wlxom....;.Edltor and Managrr ' ft" TWO UTAH MEH DROWNED ft BY CIPSIZIKG OF LAUNCH 'if'- l $ " Pleasure Party on Bear River Are Br?' Dumped Into the Water and Two St' ' Hii Were Unable to Reach Shore. K''Bv, Logan. Utah -Ono of llm most tils. jit'- iHf trcsslng accidents that has uvir been C7 E. reported In Cache valley wan tho ac K, ' E' '' cldentnl drowning Tuesday oven fZ, 1R,i, l"B of William II. Preston, Jr., and W BnT Solon Harbor, both of whom woro IjK' nmoiiB tho bout known young men In K- Mm iMH Ruc"011 of t,,p Hlnt('- '''rank K. K mgt Nebekor, former district nttornoy, p, wX"' 'X'd Ills brother, Horaco Nobekor, to- it KBf. gelhcr with Dr. Chat lea Howan.3 and W,)' jBK Hoy 8. McAlllBter, narrowly escaped Sp Wgf t...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 24 August 1907

f THE DEUUGE kj, j DAVID CT2AIIAM PHnUTS, Author of "TZFCOSTMr IB CHAPTER XXII. Continued. R ' You scoundrel!" eho hissed, her K -whole body slinking nnd her care B 7ully-cultlvatod appearance of tho Bra E slous evening of youth swallowed up I 'a a black cyclone of hate. "You gut I tor-plant: God will punish you for I lliu shame you have brought uponusl" I . I opened tho door and bowed, with 1 out it word, without oven tho desire I Ui letiirn Insult for Insult had not Anita uvideitfy again nnd finally re ft Jected them and chosen mo? As f Mhey passed Into tho prlvato hall 1 I rang for Sanders to como and lot them out. When I turned back Into -the drawing-room, Anita was seated, wan leading a book. I waited until j, 1 saw she was not going to speak. I Then I said: "What tlruo will you f Imw dinner?" Hut my faco must ft have been expressing sumo of tho Joy I und gratitude that illlod mo. "Sho has fiM tLusen!" I was saying to myself over jWv and over. "Whenever you usually have It," sh...

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 August 1907

i r . i i riir. ; rti,. n i lii.oitr - A . . .1 . 1 ft til MiiLmwmii rw Mr fiwwuww if mi in fi The Garland Globe - '.' Published Every Saturday at ' "':;,-M GARLAND . UTAH. 4 .! , iKftw Terms of Subscription: E& 0no year 'n at,vanc' i,r, '; Ki; Bli months 75 ' Throo months 50 k ' H Advertlslnc; rats futnUhPrt nn a? !L K ' HICMtlMl. I ,:, K'i . IT W& Entered as. second-class matte & Ik February 17, 1000, at the postofTlco at r '' Garland, Utnb, under the Act of Con 7 Vst" btmb of March 3, 1879 m. ';W il. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager ( ''? i i . , ii Br Saturday, August 24, 1907 H asK .liiAiiii.iit...., ...... pita. IB IIMTII"'!!! MtHt jC. B Our young people who indulge & ' aW fk- Hk in t'ie (''zZy waltz, says the Sher- W Uk idun, Wyoming, Enterprise, will P f? hear with interest that the heads ! iff of New York, society have de- lfc clared that "sitting out" a waltz t Ifr w'" l,e mortJ fashionable from Pr H& now on tan dancing. The "sit- K , Kr ting out" embod...

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 August 1907

jViMTliE PUBLIC KYEH j LEADING SOUTHERN DEMOCRAT In f " Edward Wnrd Carmack, or Tennessee, who 'Jl rtk. ,ms como t0 t,UJ ,,,wl of ''Is torm '" .tno United lf SSBiBpSJjv States senate, to which ho was elected In 1000, , flmfe9wE3 l8 tjcInR ,lrKl1 '' his blends In his homo stato to , feprir" NHj run or Bovcrnor- And there nre those, who !;( -vliHfl woul1' lmvo lll,n BCok 8"" Sweater honors. In fact iR BH no nnB ljcon 'rc(llcntly mentioned as a Democratic ", I 1 ttMptHP presidential possibility. ' 1 I vPBn Mr" Cnrmnck ,s of Scottish descent, though r I Jit 111' American for four generations, nearly six feet I I "lCW ,al1, 8tru'Bht, full-chested, nnd of powerful grip, i ' fjtfjjffifl nB befitting ono who has lived much out of doors. J VJ8&i,V ',,e"' '""'ericas ut nn early Wi oung Car- I a& V mack nevertheless determined to liecomo a law- " f .BL. I .x4DH. -ver' 'Io tnnt "(1 ,le wont to lM0 celobrated Cul iLflflBLlCdifliilBB leoka school In Maury county. jpT "Hut I havo no money,...

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 August 1907

IMPPI,,",","1"",","",",,,,"","""",""s"sss"sss1 I WHIPPING BRINGS I M MLF MILLION. H' OHIO FARMER GIVE8 UP IDEA OF H, GETTING REVENGE TO CLAIM H' WEALTHY ESTATE. 1 ' ; WIFE'S HARD LOT THE CAUSE 1 '' Hornewhlpplng and Tarring by Irate HH ; Neighbors Following Funeral of HH Spouse Attracts Attention in JH England. HH Cnnton, O. Money has como to HH i many persons In ninny ways, but fow HH ' In Oils big world hnvit literally been HH Vhlpjied Into wealth. There In such a HH onu Georgo Ward, of Id'Hiicu, Mnd- HH f Isnn county, Ohio who, thanks to n (kldlng nt tho hands of women, has como Into $roo,ooo. HH ' Georgo Wnnl, citizen of Itcscca, In HH not hold In high esteem by IiIh neigh- HJ i liors. They hnvo treated him to n HH whipping twleo already. Tho llrst HH brought hliu nothing, tho second tho HI bnlf million. HH Ward In HO yours old, n farmer, HH , , "wllh money In thu bank, who, withal, HH 1 is n woman lmler. A woman thought H alio loved lilin, and Ward married her HH several years ...

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 August 1907

f s I & x I f t fk II- I A NEW TRIUMPH IN DIP MAKING I L - DOUBLE STRENGTH. LOW COST. I rmioHT Non 'Poisonous y i Absolutely free (ram any crude lubitanec. ConUIni no tar olli. Infallible In curalhe edect. No Injury to sheep or wool. Requires no addition betldtivraltr. Notedlmenl. No stirring. Mine with cold water whether hard, I bracklib. alkali or tally. ! ITS USE PERMITTED In til OFFICIAL DIPPINGS i ' CUBES aUHOEand UCEON CAITLEOR HOPS , MUCH CHEAPER THaN TOBACCO AND CRUDE 1 ' LIQUID DIPS 1 HO OEASER THAW II ME AND SULPHUR it I, leal. make 120 call. (or Scab, official ilrength BJ'.P , or 200 gali. (or licks, lice, etc. W ' 1 al dan 1.71, t gal Can 8 SO, SO gal. brl. 73.00 I WILLM. COOPER ft NEPHEWS M I 177 Illinois SI., Chicago H ORDER OF YOUR MERCHANT OR WRITE H Dr.8. D.CILLETT, Conorol ARont I 75 SIXTH AVE,, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. I l ' When You Come to Salt Lake City ifl i: Don't fall to call at oor itore and look through, " whether yon want to buy or not. Yon can learn J l...

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 August 1907

H LiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiL. VH LlilililililF IHH I i GAR LAND GLOBK 9IH I THE GARLAND GUOHE I INDEPENDENT. H ' ) A.Wivom, . . Editor and Mngr t I Telephone No 52 Red (rormrrlr Wyatl's llutchorShop.) Entered a aconl-chui mutter Fabruary 17. 1 B l&W, at tho post nine at Garland, Utah, under I H the Act at Congron of March 3, 1870. B Snliscrlhcrs w ho full to receive their' H ' pnpers regularly , please notify this ofllcc j H Saturday, Aug. 2.1, 1907. I ITEMS OF INTEREST. Bfl Mrs It I, liitKlt U 1 (siting relative nnd M fik'iuls In Ogdfii. M llyi-uln .Iciiscii of Cnlllnstou uiu In M tlullillul (III IlllsilH'SS Munilii). 1 H .1 It Standing of Colllmloii n o tliis M iitlli:i a pleasant cull Wednesday. H .Miss 'I'liorburn Murlo rcturnul Mon- ' diiy tlolii h vMt tiilhe Still 0 Cipitnl. M Chief Clerk II I, Hush icturned Mon- H tiny from nu outing In Ogdcn Canyon M (jouiiiy Fish mid (Jauiu warden W L H Iglit, of Brlgliiuii, win In town Tucft- H Polly Huiisaker of lloticy villi. U ...

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 August 1907

1 ' """ '' ' '" r 1.-- i .laHHJ II "'siisii TPUIT fAOI AMFl fI ft HIT Joi!i"s I W nttlutnt.oiiuKZUmoaaycir'for I BH H VT I M ll I Jk I i I V W V V I at thix ofllco ami can mtlnfy your HH I' Upturn of One Dollar and a nulf M HL S HJ Wk HJ Lm. ft. Hi W m. mL. M m. W H JP A MnnlrouratitMitHfllon HJ I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY fffl I Vol.2. No. 30. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. 31, 1907 M HHI I Irrigation Congress Notes I J.C. Whrdou, delegate to the 15th I National Irrigation Congress at Sncra- I, mento, Cal,, accompanied by his wife, I leave? today for Ogden where he will be J met by Delegates Geo Austin and Thomas Auitln and their wives and the party will H , leave Ogden for SHcramcnto ut 4 p. m. H Mr. Whcelon him also been appointed a H dellgatc by Thomas It. Cutler to represent B the Utah-Idaho .Sugar Co. nt the congress Hi H Hi Hcpt. Oth lias been set apart as Utah Day and the delegates :iud other will II meet in the city of V...

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 August 1907

e- 1 The Garland Globe" RSSJ Published Every Saturday at BKVJ GARLAND ... UTAH Kf&3 Terms of Subscription: Kj&l Ono year (In nilvanco) $1.50 MN&tiX Blx months ,, ,7c HMMHIgE Thrco months SO iRPf&f. Advertising rates furnished on nppll- Up cation. BBlf J' a- Wlxom Editor and Manager m ' railroad telegraphers m PREPARING FOR STRIKE 9rNF Gtrong Probability That the Operators Hsy f the Northern Pacific Will Qo raral Out In a Few Days. 9Kr IlllllngR, Mont. According to nn ofll- Kj clnl connected with tho Northern Pa- Hk! clflc Telegraph company nf this city Hjnfe& thcro Is a strong probnblllty of tho HHJL Northern I'aclllc railroad operators go- HRO lug on u strlko for shorter hours ana 9 ' higher wages within tho noxt fow days. 99 Hxccpt at division points, tho major- 9Lw' Jty nf tho operators nro compelled to 9KM work from twelve to sixteen hours per HJHjl day at salaries comparatively small. HJHJR In case of a walkout, the operators HflEi will demand Increased pay ...

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 August 1907

H I Bj fiAVID GRAHAM PIULLIRS, Author of "THFCQSTMc I rajscszr sty 4s jQa3s-fS2szc ovz&zvyo CHAPTER XIV Continued. H Sho 5a7.nl at mo without llluchlng. R " ud I suppose," she said satirically, H ' -on wonder why I why you nro ro- H poliont to mo. Haven't you learned Hi that, though I may havo boon made in- HJ to a moral coward, I'm not a physical HJ coward? Don't bully and threaten. H It's useless." H I put my hand strongly on hor H shoulder taunts and Jeors do not Hj turn 1110 asldo. "What did you HJ moan?" I repeated. H "Take your hand oft mo," sho com- H niaudr'd. What did you mean?" 1 repeated H Kternly. "Don't ho afraid to answer." H She was very young so tho taunt Hi stung her. "1 was nbout to tell you," HJ said she, "when you began to inako HJ it Impossible." HJ I ook advantago of this to cxtrl- HJ catc myself from tho awkward po- HJ Hltlon in which she had put mo 1 HJ a took my hand from hor shoulder, HJ F "I am going to leavo," sho an- HJ nounced. HJ "You forgot that y...

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. — 31 August 1907

v' V'- - ... TUB (J.UU..VN)) Ol.OJtfc 'flH 'if, , i , " , . H W The Garland Globe K' Published Every Saturday at iv, GARLAND - - UTAH. I K( Terms of Subscription: "?"?'' 0n yoar 'n ndvaQCC) '1,5 'fi Six mouths 75 JEL Throe months SO &;? Advertising rates furnlnhcd on np- V m'f plication. ?V'-B Entered as second-Mass rnattof EKJ Cobruary 17, 190G, at tho pofltofllco at Ira. Oarland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- ,1 ' tress of March 3, 1879. " Wji 4, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Minagtr - WL Saturday, August 31, 1907 2 y From the fuss the city press is t't' xl. teaking over a Kansas girl who ' ' tl caught a fish with a petticoat, the ,, '??. Unobservant might think this is the first instance of a girl landing , 5- sucker by that method. Logan S pi" Republican. 1. f? Kh Ao exchange says that when j you see a young man with the y '.' front of his trousers all wrinkled iind a girl with her summer dress C aH mussed around the waist, it is ;' lime to look for a wedding an. v b tiouncement. ,...

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. — 31 August 1907

PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT j SCORED TAFT VICTORY rtpsg Arthur 1 VoryH, of Columbus, O., political S'ljiJs. malinger for Wllllum Howard Tnft in his proslden- ' P"?! tm' campaign, and Insurance commissioner of W- xP? Ohio, has scored his first victory In Ohio hy hnv- ' V' vjfira 'nK t'lu '5eltibllcun state central coinmlttco In- tti & 5rxH dorse Tnft as Ohio's "ovens-helming cholco" for W? tho "cpiihllcun presidential nomination In 190S. i'jj . VjTj Vorys Is n young niun. Hi Is also a deter- VCV mined yottiiK man. He was picked by Charles jlKj sj Tuft of Cincinnati, brother of tlio secretnry of VMS?' WIU'' nB cll'of 'rntt boomer. . Ntffe, y" Sf Tbo very llrst thing Vorys struck tho snugs Sy&Zs 'bat Joseph llcnsun Foraker, Ohio's senior United N States senator, hail la. I out for anyoni1 who tried J f to get the Ohio Indorsement for president. Foru- ' tdi c 1 ker had favorite son notions of bis own and had been preparing for years to get where tho presi dential llghtn'.ig would strike...

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