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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 30 November 1907

BBB i H; The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H ARLAND .... UTAH BBB Termt of Subscription: BBB Ono year (in advanco) $1.50 HHJ 8lx months .......... .75 HHJ Threo months 60 HHJ Advertising rates furnished on appll- HB atlon. m J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager HAD NO INTEKTIOH OF KILLING SENATOR BROWN H Anna M.' Bradley Tells the Jury That H She Does, Not Even Remember M Shooting Former Utah Senator. H Washington. Tlmt Mrs. Bradley did M not como to Washington with nny In- H tcntion of killing former Senator Ar- M thur Brown of Utnh, nnd tlmt sho did H not even remembor shooting him, sho BHJ ' told the Jury in her trial on WednoB- M day. Tho statement was not reached B until tho nftornoon session of court, H tho first half of tho day being given B largely to tho Identification of letters B from Mr. Drown to Mrs. Bradloy and B from her to him, very few of which BBl wero read. BHJ Tho fact that upon tho first going B to Senator Brown's room at tho Ral B olgh hotel Mrs. Bradlo...

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. — 30 November 1907

ih"""-"--h--hhh1"hhhhi r; .. ... , ,. -j TJHE K61ISE OF! . A TBOIDSASD: D T HANDLES Hi 4 . ' ' j ' M Br .MEREDITH NICHOLSON I Aolhor ! "THE MAIN CHANCE.- ZELBA HI f DAJjEION." Elc. H UipjrUht ins bj Oobbt-UtrriU Uo. ,' CHAPTER HI. Continued. Any resentment I felt on first hear H , Ing the terras ot my grandfather's will had passed. Ho had treated mo as I well as I deserved, and, the least I I -could do was 'to accept tho penalty ho H had ldld upon mo in a sano and amia- bio spirit. This train of thought occu H pled mo as we tramped along tho high H Tray. 'Tho road now led away from H tho lako andi through a heavy wood. H Presently, on the right loomed a dark H barrier, and I put out my hand and H touched a wall of rough stono that H -roso to a height of about eight foot. "What Is this, tJatcs?" I asked. H "This Is Glcnarra land, sir. Tho H -wall was ono ot your grandfather's Hj Ideas. It's a quarter of a mile long B .and cost him a pretty penny, I warrant H you. The road turns off f...

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 November 1907

sB ' BJJJE BBBBBBV Hk BBBBtJ ' ! K The Garland Globe H fhibllsrisd Every Saturday at K ARLAND UTAH1, Hj Terma of Subscription: H Os yaar (In advance) II. BO H: Six months 75 H .'fare months SO H, Advertising rates furnished on af H MoUon. KpSE . Betarod ait second-clans roattaff H fabruary 17, 190G, at tho pontofflce at H Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- ajraaa of March S, 1870. H , 9. A. WlKom .... Editor and Managar Ml 1 I I I 30T H O. .S L, TIME TABLE PH ruMttssr No. 98 Faaeena-er No. tt Bsfl SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND BsB Sjt Malad 7 JO i m Ly Brlgham tilt p m H ' tT Garland 8:t2 am Ly Corinne 620 p m H Ly Tremont 1:17 a ra Ly Tremont 6:iS p m Ly Corinn 9:17 am Lv Garland f 0 p m 9 ' Ax Brlgham 9:40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m mm Connect, with Cache Connects with Cache H Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from W Ogden and Salt Lake. Ocden and Salt Lako. MIXED TRAIN. M , North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 n. ra. m " Brigham.. ..9:55 a, m. M " Corinne.. . .10:10 a.m. i Tremont.'. ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 30 November 1907

H PROGRAM -FOR -FARMERS 8CHOOL M Conducted -by .the -8tae Agricultural H -College Under .Auaplcea of the Bear H .River Valley Farmer' Protective M Association, to Be Held -at Tr- H tmonton, -Box .Elder County, Week M Beginning Dee. 2, 1907. M Monday, 10 a. m. M Tho Purpose of tho School Frofos- H Bor Lewis A. Merrill. SelecUon.of a -Slto for Fruit Grow H Ing Professor Robert S. Northrop. fj Y Monday, 2 p. m. -B i.How to Increas'o and Alalntaln the I Fertility of tho Boll Professor LowIb KR A. Merrill. H Care of tho Fruit Plantation with H noference to Pruning and Thinning Professor Robert S. Northrop. H Monday, 4 p. m. H Demonstration In Orchard ProfoB- sor Robert S. Northrop. H Monday, 7:30 p. m. Tho Farmer's Library Professor Lewis A. Merrill. Homo Ornamentation Professor Robert S. Northrop. Tho Homo A Social Factor Miss Blancho Coopor. H Tuesday, 10 a. m. HI Treatment of Diseases in tho Fruit H Plantation Professor Robert S. H Northrop. Forago Crops Sultablo to Utah H Pro'essor L...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 30 November 1907

bbh G - BBf f Bm$ bbbbbh'''' H jE$F BYB BUt)H Hl f",",lTI "" parson bnth appointed Hl I ffj' a dny of Thanksgiving for Hl I JL thin village Uint tho cruel Bs LJ tldo of Imllnn Invasion In HJ" I2jb0x ,,lrnci1 back nnd our lives Hl lilaHli aro BpAod," paid Mistress HI Ullm Lovojoy (loodwln, bustling Hf. IK'ilS lntn tno wnrm kitchen Bjf l"stBBr whoro her Blstor-ln-law Hi T'Pr Mistress Prudence Good- ml f . win snt knitting by tho BH ', 9mmim0 flrop)nco and her Halloas BB daughter, young Mistress Pntlonco BB Halcomb, lient languidly over the spin- BB hlng-whccl. B Mistress Prudoneo mmle n sign for BB sllenco, but It wrb ton lato. Tho BB fnco of iho pnlo young widow erow B whiter, and without a word sho roso BBj and glldotl nway. BBj; Mistress Lovojoy looked at hor sis- BH tor-lit law inquiringly. BBJ "Hnth sho not yet bcromo recon- B cllod to tho decree of God?" sho naked. BBJ Mistress Prudence shook hor hoad. BBJ "Nny'," sho said. "Sho snlth over that BBJ It Is not by tho decreo of God...

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

I Women as Well as Mm Are life Miceratlo 17 Kidney md- BlaMer TnwUe. RJJ Kidney trouble preys upon the-mind, dlscouragesandlessensambltion; beauty, RJJ :TNiiSli s vigor and cheerful- RV V' JT3 ness 8O0n disappear Rm prrftTyW wben the kidneys are RJJ rQRlly!AHH oat of order or dls- Hl :MSJtjLJl1 Kidney trouble has JJ ftSttJif V become so prevalent Rm vuVfiyWai 'la' '" not uncom RJj i;VrlPt nlon fr a clilld to be LH -RjljLvi): borM afflicte:l M PJJ ' Meak kidneys. If the H child urinatestoooften, if the urine scald H the flesh, or if, when the child reaches an RJj age when it should be ablp to control the J passage, it is yet afflicted with bed-wet- J tiug,ucpenduponit, thecauseofthediffi- culty is kidney trouble, and the first BM step should be towards the treatment of RJ these important organs. This unpleasant J trouble is due to a diseased condition of RJ the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose. J Women as well as men are made miser- RJ able with kidney an...

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 November 1907

HI ' asses! Bf,' . THE GARLAND GLOBE 8 fir" THE", GARLAND (3L0BE Hfl f - INDEPENDENT. IK I A.NVjjtom, i Editor tad Mngr. Hp" telephone No 52 Red B (formerly Wjalfe BaUWrfhcp) H , Enter m acM ilea mM Fesiuaif IT, I IKK, at th pout pate atasrtsaa.qaen.ans H jf th Act cf Conrrr of Mar U. MWL 1' ft Subscriber nho tell to reele their H ) ( paper rcgulnrly. please notify this oMco. H k Saturday, Nov. 30, 1907. I ' l ITEMS OF INTEREST. H J (5.G0 for 16.00 at Boothe's, tf ' J O. h. Winters spent Thursday In H' Ogden. H t , II. F. Rltor of Login wu In town H on bunlncBn Wednesday. H Raymond Maugbnn of Preston, Ida., H 1r tho guest of M1m Lera Clark. B ' Whoro Is Joo OrgllT 8ome say he H ; "flow tho coop" a fow days ago. fl Mrs. A. H. Oloason loft Tuesday to H j visit rolativcs in Idaho Falls, Idaho. H Mrs. N. L. Drown returned Sunday H v evening from a visit with relatives In B Ogden. fl Miss Mary Millard of Farmlngton H ts visiting with her sister, Mrs. Vf H L. Grovor. M Jos. II. Klrkham we...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 December 1907

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflilsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiflsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii r H ' :H i w 4 .. i I THE GARLAND GLOBE isaf -1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT DEAR RIVER VALLEY JpH H . .11!. If -,,-,!.,-,..,, -Mi-. " j B J Vol. 2. No. 44. Published ot Gorinnd, Utah. Saturday, Dec 7, 1907 iH BPEciAi mrrnra momdat xvExnra. H Apostle O. F. Whitney, accompan- H fed by Stake President Olesn N. Stohl H Brlgham Wright, and Nels Jenson of H Brlgham City cam to Qarland Mon- j H day night and held a special meeting H at the amusement hall. The build H lng- was crowded to Its utmost capa- H city and all present were pleased to H have the privilege of listening to the HI able address of Elder Whitney. Prl- H or to the opening exercises, Prof. Lew Is Merrelt and Miss Hasel Love of the H A. C, made a few remarks encourag H lng the citizens of Garland to take B part in the Farmers' Institute being H held at Tremonton. H Bp. W. L. Orover presided and the H ward choir furn...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 December 1907

Hr n. " .-- - k -. 4k - tt j- iwc.rs ;--Tr;:f?- -. If . nsiTrl B '' V H ) i B JH l H , 1 H The Garland Globe B Published Every Saturday at B ( GARLAND .... UTAH B r i B Terms of Subscription: H v Ono year (In udvanco) $1.G0 B 6lx montha 76 Bj, Three months 50 HE Advertising rates furnished on appll- K'j J A. Wlxom Editor and Manager !r i H MAKING DESERT LANDS EIT 'FOB MANY HAPPY HOMES H ' ' H .- H; i Secretary Garfield Says Irrigation H'Jt ' Work Has Advanced Far Enough HS to Demonstrate Its Com- K ' , plete Success. H W Baltlmoro. Secretary of tho In- l tcrlor Garfield, speaking of Irrigation, H iiald In an lntcrvlow a fow days ago: H& "This work has advanced far Hri enough to demonstrate absolutely Its l feuccoss. Wo havo seen fruits, vego- Hl tablos, grain and everything clso HE crowlnir on lands whoro nothing but B cactus ever grew boforo tho day of H "Thero aro 30,000,000 acres ot theso H arid lards all told. We havo com H pleted tho Irrigation work on 1,000,- H "As soon as...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 December 1907

JH i I THE PRESIDENT'S I ANNUAL MESSAGE I 'CAUSES OF THE PRESENT FINAN- I CIAL CONDITIONS IS MADE I THE CHIEF TOPIC. I Suggests remedies for his H -CONTROL OF CORPORATIONS AND I RAILROADS TO PREVENT Wi OVERCAPITALIZATION. H 'Believes This Would Solve the Prob- U lem Together with Provision for M More Elastic Currency Recom- U mends Postal Banks and Asks for D Legislation Along Many Lines. H Washington, Dec 3. Prosldent Jloosevolfs annual message to congress .Is a voluminous document of nearly H 30,000 words, by far the longest mes J age he Iiuh ever submitted ttfcongress. H Tho oponlng subject of the message Is the nnanclal condition of the country, HI and for which the president lays much W of the blamo upon unscrupulous stock HJ , speculators, and says: H "In any large body'ot men, however, VI there aro certain to be some who aro dishonest, and It the conditions ure HJ -such that these men prosper or com- tnlt their misdeeds with Impunity, their Hi example Is u very evil thing for...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 December 1907

HrT '" , iH " Hi' The Garland Globe B : II' 1 !. , Publlthed Every Saturday at B . m M VA " ARLAND UTAH, H, .;.s. -. . H ' j ' Terms of Subscription: Rp Ome year (In advance) $1.60 HL Biaf ttnonths .75 Bt TbrMtoontha 50 B , Adyortlslnc rates furnished on ap- K rMcAtion. K V t BntoraA a second-class matter B "bruary 17, 190C, at Uio postofllco at K Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con B. ' (tm of March 3, 1879. Bv . A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager ibibH . . . i HI . O. .S L. TIME TABLE Bf . Tuamsn No. 32 Tftnget No. 81 Bl SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND Sir Malad 7 JO am Lt Brlsham :10 p m M lit GuUnd 8:2 am Lt Corlnna 820 p m H ' tit Tremont t:7 am Lt Tremont 6:45 p m H I Corlnna 9:17 am Lt Garland (:50 p m H f ArBricham fcttam Ar Malad 8:10 pm H , Connects Ith Cacha Connect! with Cathe 1 .Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from m , OadenandSaltLake. Ogden anil Salt Lake MIXED TRAIN H North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 n,m. H Brigham.. ..9:55 a. m. H ' Corinne.... 10:10 a.m. H ' Tremo...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 December 1907

I ONCE A BELLE, I . NQWJJERM1T II MR8. -MARIE A. TtiEDESELLE II DWELLS ALL ALONE IN BIO II 8ANTA ANITA CANYON. II a SUBSISTS ON FRUIT ALONE II Books and Piano Are Her Only Com- l pantone Dresses In Simple Qarb II and Declares Hers Ideal Ex- I Istenee. II Los Angolcs, Cal. Tucked away In II ft soqueatered nook of tho Dig Santa Anita canyon, whoro sho la living tho 1 1 llfo of a hermit, 1b Mrs. Mario A. Rled- II csollo, who at one tlmo was consld- jj 'ored ono of tho most beautiful of Now York's long line of handsomo women. 1 1 The onco famous beauty now sleopB on a bed of plno needles, which she II religiously gathers fresh every day. H Her food Is fruit and borrles that she gathers fromtrec3 and bushes around hor hermitage. ' When seen by a roportor recently, the hermit was at first reticent, but I, finally was Induced to talk about hor I cxlstenco In her lonely canyon. She would not relate tho circumstances which led to her going Into Bocluslon and firmly refused to talk about hor ...

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. — 7 December 1907

HWl 1 " hkf ( v Ki' '- Hfr Hit H ' 8hy Amateur. Hi "Splendid spectnclcB," that 1b Uio Hi ' definition towards which athletics in Hi England are gradually drifting, and Hi chiefly, It Is to bo feared, upon the H! current of highly trained profession' Hi U allBHi. The ordinary man, conscious HI ' o( his own mediocre ability, Is afraid Hjf X to ronturo Into Uio field. North China Hjf Herald. it ! H;. NIGHT SWEATS, Ml. NO APPETITE, II USED PE-RU-NA. B bj - I H HBBBkT .. .-;::-:' iHHB H ' llBHB&.4':v'i&. '' ;iri it 'm hi yhVIhwhwphW MR8. LIZZIE LOIIIl, 115S W. 13tb St., Chicago, 11L, writes: ' "I tako pleasure in writing you Hi iheao fow lines, thinking there may be Hi other women Buffering the same as I did. Hi "I had my complaints for ovcrayear. Hi jtlghtaweatMaW wlntcrnnd no appetite. HW I was run-down ko far that 1 hud to Hi alt down to do ray cooking, I was to Hi weak. Hb "I tried many different medicines and Hb doctors also. Nothing scorned to do mo Hjl any good. The doctor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 7 December 1907

A ROSE-COLORED ROOM. I Whlta Wood and KurriltUre a Pleaslnfi Contrast tb Pink Walls. A charming boitroom whore tho ut most effect of daintiness can bo ob ' tatncd'wlth very practical means It tho rose-colored room, but an equally Kood effect can bo secured by using water blue or green In light and agree nblo shades, says a writer In the ' Woman's Homo Companion. If ros color Ib preferred, a pleasing tint cat . bo made by a sparing and careful ad i A dltlon of vormlllon, or of tho scarlo J used In carriage painting, to creatr , whltd. This means that a smalt amoun' of yellow ochro'ls first added to tht whlto paint and thoroughly lncorpor ated with It beforo the vermilion 01 j scarlet Is added. Tho woodwork of thi room should bo painted cream whlto and tho walls have threo coats of pink tho first two considerably darkei than tho last, as tho last Is llghtor, II gives a mUty effect which Is verj soft and satisfying. After the last coal Is well dried a border of cream whltt should bo st...

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. — 7 December 1907

. -,,,.,--- - - a. , , ,. ,...,,, . -., ......... rrr-sr ; '5qrmrmivrr " " i!W K B li THE GARLAND GLOBE H HI 'i - ii'in ..- " ' ' aa M II ' THE GARLAND GLOBE HI INDEPENDENT. HI ' A.Wixom, . . Kdltor add Mngr. HI Telephone No 52 Red 1 (Fotwerlr Wytt'n Bntchwflhop) B I EnUrd M Mcond-cUuui nutUr February IT, H I ' KM. at txi pott offlca t OarUnd, UUli. und r H' 1 the Act of Congrw of Mrch 3. 1S79. B I Subicrlbt-n wlio fall to receive their H'N paper regularly, plcaae notify thtaofflco. Bl' Saturday, Dec. 7, 1907. Ml ITEMS OF INTEREST. Hr $tl for $10 nt noothe'o. tf j I Tomorrow la the regular raohthly 1 f faat day. H Little MI$1 Marlau Wlnft Iim the mca- H n H I Bootho's Orocn tug Halo la drawing M nk the crowd. tf fl 1 Moidatnea James nud Peter Jensen i were Ogdeu vlaltora Monday. H 3, F, Fonthorstonc was In Bait Lake H and Brlgham on bualncsa the fore H ; part of the wcok. M, The Lad lea' Solf-Culturo Club nt- Hj ; tended the Farmers' IumIUuIu at Tre- 1 mont In a body Tuesday. H APPL...

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. — 14 December 1907

aHaaaaaaBaBaaaBaBHnBHIiHBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBSBSBSBSaSHBBaHavBB II Baaa H aH sH Xi . aH "ubiTHE GARLAND GLOBE "Ni I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ,H ijVol. 2. No. 43. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Dec. K, 1907 ' H A CONTRADICTION. OAKLAND, UTAH. Dm. 14, K07. To the Public: W wlih to tate that the article which appeared In the I Borland Globe tut week under the head of "Scrip, or Cain" It false and with out foundation and the citizen who Brave tho article to the Globe for pub lication knew' the tatae to be false a he ussd hie influence with the court and the underlined to have Bhodei - released, stating himself that he did not believe the evldesce was strong enough te bind him over to the district court. In retard to the private consultation spoken of In the article, we emphatUi k pally deny that any such private con f imitation was held and the statement made by such cltlscn la false and un true. As to the almighty dollar bribe hlntd at In s...

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. — 14 December 1907

l Lan i Ml?. The Garland Globe If MM.. Published Every Saturday at Kit' GARLAND .... UTAH Ml . H C Terms of Subscription: Hjf Ono year (In advnnco) $1.50 ft .' Six months 75 j Thrco months CO r Advertising rates furnlshod on nppll- H- ' cation. HM J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager Iff C0LDFIELL1 Mi OWNERS M FOB HELP OF TROOPS H Fear That Striking Miners May Com. I mlt Overt Acts as Result of De- Hp clslon to Starve Men Out. Hf Goldfleld, Nov. Tho oxecutlvo com- Hf jfitlttco of tho Mlno Owncra' nssocla- ' ' I kloa of Oolrtflold has 1-eculvcd assur Hj., 1 Wees from Governor Sparks that ho i , ad called upon Washington, roqucst- i Jng that government troops bo hold Hft In rcadlncBB for uao In tho Novnda r mining mining camps and that a gar HK rlson of regulars bo established at I Coldflold. UK Thero Is nothing In tho Immcdlato jfc- situation to rcqulro tho Intervention Mm-, jot troops. But it Is feared by tho ' J knlno owners that trouble Is browing WW-- land that overt acts might bo com ...

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. — 14 December 1907

I THE HOUSE OF I A THOUSAND CANDLES J By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Author el "THE HAIN CHANCE." ZEIDA DAMERON," Elc. Coprlnbl IW Lj tiobl-Uirilll Co. CHAPTER IV. Continued. "I beg you not to mention It, Mr. 'Glonarm." "But It was a little queer.1 If you should gnln any light on tho subject, let mo know." "Certainly, sir." "And I believe. Hates, that wo'd bet ter kcop tho blinds down at night. Theso duck hunters hereabouts aro apparently reckless. You might at tend to thom now, and every evening hereafter." He gravely bade me good night and I followed him to tho outer door and watched lib departing figure, lighted by a single candle that ho had pro duced from his pocket. I stood for Bovoral minutes listening to his Btcp, tracing It through tho hall below as far as my knowlcdgo of the house would permit. Then, In un known regions, I could hear the clos ing of doors and drawing of bolts. )Vorlly, my Jailor was a person of palnBtaklng habits. I opened my traveling caso and dis tributed its con...

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. — 14 December 1907

IP v LaBi ! The Garland Globe RBR r HI Hii. ftiBllahtd Cvtry Saturday at H ' A-AND UTAH", K , ; Termi of Subscription! M Ob yr (In advance) 11.50 Hjf Btz month 75 BV ' Thraaj months ,.v CO m j AdYtrtUIng rate furnished on r H BB jtatrl a ircond-clas matt IB , ' , rbniry 17, 1906, at the postoffice at H OftrUad, Utah, under tlio Act of Oon- If rM of March S, 1870. " , A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager v o. .S L. TIME TABLE i) . rMintir No. 82 raaaangar No. SI ft ( SOUTH BOUND HORTIt BOUND Mf i Itr Villi 7:30 ra Ly Brig-ham MOpm fl' f In Garland 8:12 am Lt Cortnna 6:20pm ' I XrTrinont 1.47 Bin Lt Tremont tiUpm - lit Corlnn .17am Lr Garland .Mpm z ! ArUrlfham IMiffl Ar Malad t:10pm BH' i CcmnrcU wltli Cache Connreta with Cacha BH, Vlly train No. 12 tor Vallfr train Noll from I Cgdan and Salt Laka. Olden and Salt Laka. Mk i MIXED TRAIN. HI ' North Dound. HjL Leaves Ogden 8:20a. ra. Hff BriRham.. ..9:55 a. m. H& Corinne.... 10:10 a.m. I, Tremont.. .10:52 a.m. I Garland .. 11:20 a. m. ...

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. — 14 December 1907

Bft,JtoaiH.iAvUt fiwPW BLfaw RB , , .111111 . I $ The Garland Globe H 1 rXtbllabatJ Every Saturday at iH i a'rland utahv H l ffiirmu of Qubacrlptlon! K' Om yaar (In adranco) $1.50 H f Mx montaa 75 B' Thra montha . .,. CO B j Adrartlalnc; rate furntibej on ay Mt k UoaUon. S':': - RRF ' Batral a accond-clasB mattaff BS - aNbniary 17, 190C, at the poitofflce at BB ', Garland, Utah, under the Act ot Don- Bff fraaa of March 8, 1870. BSv 4, A. Wlxem .... Editor and Manaflar Bat ' -aiBMM ,..,. Wt O. .S L. TIME TABLE M I raaeanger No, 82 raaaangtr No. 81 M SOUTU BOUND- NORTH BOUND B IVr Malad 7:30 m Lt Brlsham :10pm t ' , O Garland 8 am Lr Corlnnt (20 p m H ' Lr Treinont 8:47 am Lr Tremont t:U p m BJK In Corlno 9:17 am Lt Carland I CO p m BV ArBrlfbun t(0am Ar Walad 1:10 pro BLffl Connect wlUi Caeho Connects with Cache Taller train No. 12 for Valley train Noll from BBe , CrlaaandSaltak. Olden and Salt Lake. I MIXED TRAIN. H North Bound. J Leaves Ogden 8:20a. rn. H M Bn'Bham.. ..9:55 a. m. B...

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