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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 14 December 1907

. M .i.- OOUQH. Dough Is made of wheat, real es tate oil, literature and magazine articles. Hut dough rondo of wheat I Is no stickler than any other. ) Dough Is the prior fact to bread, motor cars, steam yachts and collec tions of old books. Is tho staff of high life. It embitters matrimony and pur veys tho lovely scandals wo read about. It gets gtrls sent off to col lege and fitted to bo something more spectacular than mcro wives and mothers. It curseth them that go In for It, but not unto the third and fourth generation. Wo are too good I spenders for that It is from dough that the dowdy, the dull and tho dotty derive distinc tion otherwise denied. Puck. Matter of Knowledge. Lawyer Aro you acquainted with any of tho men on tho Jury? Witness Vcs,' sir moro than half of them. Lawyer Aro you willing to swear . . that you know moro than half of them? Witness Say, If It comos to that, I'm willing to swear that I know moro than all of them put together. Chica go Dally Nows. NO ALTERNATI...

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. — 14 December 1907

J I I ' ' (fffllEM SKD1D5 DOUGH. Dough Is mode of wheat, real es tate, oil, lltcraturo and magazine articles. Hut dough made of wheat Is no stickler than any othor. X Dough Is the prior fact to bread, 'j motor cars, steam yachts and collec- tlons of old books. Is the staff of high life. It embitters matrimony and pur veys the lovely scandals wo read about. It gets girls sent off to col lege and fitted to be something more (spectacular than mere wives and mothers. It curseth them that go in for it, but not unto the third and fourth generation. Wo are too good Bpenilcrs for that. It Is from dough that the dowdy, tho dull and the dotty derive distinc tion otherwise denied. Puck. Matter of Knowledge. Lawyor Aro you acquainted with any of tho men on tho Jury? Witness Ycb," sir moro than half of them. Lawyer Aro you willing to swear k that you know moro than half of 1 them? ft Witness Say, If It comes to that, t I'm willing to swear that I know moro , than nil of them put togcthor. Chlca-...

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. — 14 December 1907

Bpv4ii'rTWiT;y--'i ' '' miMi m Vhm'i iJCqb' ' ' ' fnw 'i " ' " - ' " m t gg I - M Ilimi'll 111 I IIHIHDWMUM IIMIW llMWPW- Sty fflitij if an an H fturntti. lit tttmmiry H . By P. A. WAUGH, B.' !' Clilef Department of Agriculture. Mnsiiciuuctts Agricultural Collctfe. ; V j I "' ' "'"1 llli demand for fnnn Inltor is now far greater than it ovci BV . F was in nny other country. The eily man, therefore, who is K1 "ow Biipport'ng himself and family on laborer's wages can MM " IJSv. transfer his sphere of usefulness to the country nny day. m "yfs Mcn n transfer W'N usually he to his pecuniary advantage M FtrlJjfl 9 un ' 1C pl'ywn'j intellectual and moral mlvnntngc of his J' I'lfl ,u,lily MH, I' ,sffij Any other city man who does not understand modern B UJ ii i'f tJ and improed specialized taring ' .ild begin his country BY . experienco by hiring out for ono or two ycait Hi some man known to Bj ho successful in thu bpeeinlty to which the city man aspires. B' Indeed the- first thing to bo de...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 14 December 1907

IN MY FAMILY "I Havo Used Pe-ru-na at. Various Times for Several Years." If "vSPPI IjfB ' stitgaw ' v s aggggggggflgj aaaaassssE aaaa'tLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWam I Recommend Pe-nnta. KflR. EDWARD M. BURTT, 5 N. Jef IV1 fcrnon Ave, 8L Louis, Mo., writes: "ItafTordsme much pleasure to an nounce that I havo used your medicine at various times for several years, and that It hnsglvcn entlro satisfaction, not only In my own family, but also that of others of my friends. And would cheer ; fully recommend the use of Pcruna, as ft I certainly do endorso your medicine." Catarrh of Head, Nose, Throat. Mr. Cliarles Levy, 80 Allen St., Now IYorh, N. Y., writes; "I nm very glad to tell you of the cures wrought by Pcruna In my family. "My son, aped seven, who had ca tarrh of the nose, woh cured by two bottles of Peru nn, and I had catarrh of tho head, nose, throat and ears. One bottle of Peruua cured mo." f Pe-ru-na Tablets: Some people- prefer ' tablets, rnthor than medicine In a fluid form. Such p...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 14 December 1907

Br Bf TUli GARLAND GLOWS I ml . . . . ' : ' I li I; THE GARLA r tujyftu. i -f. indkpi:nw::m l 'ft I A.W'ixom, . . Kdltorftnd.Mngr. ; Telephone No 52 Red HI (' (Fomwrly Wyatt'n liutchr Shop.) t .' '- (' 'ft EnUrcJ iw Mcond-clius matter February 17, Hi ft IWfl. t the pout office at OarUnJ, Utah, under I'M $ the Act of Conrreia of March 3. 1879. Hi, ;- Hubucrlliora u ho full to rreclvci their j; papen regularly, please notify tliUofllcn. Ilif Saturdny, Dec. 14, 1907. I ITEMS OF INTEREST. 1 Mm. W. II. Vnntleet Ih visiting rel Atlvnn In OBdon. 1 Mrs. M. D. KvnriH In visiting relatives anX friends In I'rovo. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. LmvlH and H. K. Otto wore Oijden victors Sunday, Don't forget MrH. Cozier" concert ; nnd ball nt the hull tonight. It . Horn Tuesdny night, to the wife of Bf Mr. and Mm. Will l'rltchard, a daugh- B Burdett Smith hnH been appointed y loral agent for the Dcnerot Evening Hf VllVH. BE Manager Win. TreHton of tho dar- BR. land Mercantile, company spent Sunday 1 und Monda...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 14 December 1907

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 14 December 1907

H ) .M(I NI Ol.UllK. IH H i --- - - - - " H I 1 Cbe Best W:$1k$1 1 i of the Season I H ' J the So"tnry, the dwellers npnrt, re H I ji V by choice or by chance, ulth j.j M ' ';( hcarth-fircs that for one burn dull ji H yt and for two would glow and sing to B sj to nil of these, H $j 71 mrry GbrMmaj and l m s JI liappy new Vein j;j M ) 'pO Them that are set in Families, B j'! V where love, bestowed with no ), m $: thought of its return, pasties back m v and forth abundantly between open !. B .; hearts - to all of these, parents, 'i M '! children, kinsmen, friends, )!t m h J merry Christmas and j-f 1 i JI nappy Dew Ycnrj H fO the Poor and the Rich, envy- ;!j M (. V ing each the others' freedom JS B j( from the cares of too little and too .7; -!J much, yet learning year by year li M v that without health and enthusiasm )!; j) and faith and love, none can be rich, 5 M jjj and with them none can be poor i'j H :-!: to these, j;j f.j A Ulcrry Christmas and J JI Happy new Yean LH 0 the Worke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

I '. . - , . ,,,,, :jH Tp.dayi-Youcniuitf. fWW W M A I M W A T W M H Mm 1 i J.b Pt.niinui-1).. u., P?s IUm I wi A ll 1 1 fwlflrlRJ I retthoOLOBt62tlmnyrfor . W AA 'Hm AA I H A B W H . At llmoilUauii.lrAiiMlUIj yuut thumofOntDolUrruUHlf H H H K H AVb H L H A Fk. ft B H At ft H I ft AT ftl AT H A H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GXKLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.2. No. 46. Published at Garland, Utah. t Suturduy, Dec. 21, 1907 ,H f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f-f ) A 4 MERRY CHRISTMAS TO AIL. ' CHRISTMAS COMEDY. The Happy Hour Club will presont the pleasing comedy, "The Return of Christmas," at the Garland Amuse ment Hall tonight, Dec, 21st. Spec ialties will bo Introduced during tho ovcnlng and the performance will be well worth the price of admission 35 and 15 cents. GARLAND NORTH NOTES- Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Orovor leave on Monday next to Bpend the holidays In , I'arkcr, Idaho. ' Mr, and Mrs. It. D. Crompton aro i visiting relatives In Pleasant Orovo and American Fork. The (laught...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

I The Garland Globe J Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH i, - i Terms of Subscription: J; One year (in advanco) 11.60 ' Six months 7b H Th re o months 50 H ' Advertising rates furnished ou nppll- B cation, 1 J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I PETTIBONE TRIAL I AT LAST BEGUN r -j Foundation is Laid for Orchard to ' Testify and Evidence Similar H to Haywood Case Used. 8 Attorney Hawley In Opening State. ment Declares That Pettlbone Was H Most Guilty of All Those Charged M With the Murder of Steun- M enberg. fl Boise, Ida. Charging Hint Qcorgo A, Pottlbono, tlio dorcnilnnt at bar. Is thu fl most guilty of all thoso charged with H causing tlio death of ox-Govornor , Frank Stouncnbcrg. James H. Ilawloy H utllned tlio stnto's caso on Tuesday. H Little effort nt oratory was mndo.by H tho chief prosecutor, but ha plainly fl told tho jury what It Is proposed to H prove For two hours he spoke of H what ho termed tho most gigantic con H splracy In tho annals of crlmo, always fl kcop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

""' arf I 'l Atttertra Jfero roinfeA i SI a it ft itf llg 3fcwg By RABDI TOBIAS SCHANFARBER. wwnwTiww bb np iwim.ij.wj'ip iiH"jiiuiwww " W MMWMMIainiWI umMWwwJ A TZZTTl 'luro ' tnc Jewish race lies in America mul it is here S3 "' I Hint the Jewish people, enjoying the nimiinuin of political I and spiritual privilege, must work out their appointed destiny. jjjgSI If only its adherents arc faithful to their trust, the religious "$Tyl l"t'1 wmch l'icy "om W'N hring under its influence the wholo 23B human family. jngiPl We have come to learn that it is a "this world" religion tisjjpl that wo need and not "another world" religion. Not doctrino BsiisiiJ and dogma should bo our concern, hut how to rid the com munity of the slums, tenements, sweatshops, child labor I and other life-destroying agencies that fester uncontrolled in the- body j politic. I' Some' of the great leaders of Jewish bought in Europe Professor I Lazarus and Zndoc Kolin have openly declared thut it is hero in Amori- j c...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND UTAH, M Term of Subscription: M One yen r (In ailTanco) $1.60 H Blx months 75 H Threo months CO H AdrortUlnc rates furnished on ay- H plication. Hj Bntored ah fiocond-class matte H I'abruary 17, 19GC, nt tho postoITIco at Garland, Utah, under tho Act of Con- H rrasa of March 3, 1879, B J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager H O. ,S L. TIME TABLE H FaaMnger No. 12 Faiieng-er No. tl H SOUTH SOUND NORTH BOUND H 3,t Ualad 7 JO am Lt Drlshara 8:10 p ra H IiT Garland 8:2 am Lt Corlnna 620 p m H tr Tremonl S-iTam Lt Tremonl 8:45 pra H X Corlnn t:17 am Lt Garland I.CO p ra H At Brit-bam MO am Ar Ualad 1:10 p m H Connacta with Cacha Connecta with Cacha B Taller train No. 12 for Valler train No 11 from Ccdan and Salt Lak. Oxden and Salt Laka. H" MIXED TRAIN. H North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 a.m. M Brifjham.. ..9:55 a. m. H Corinne. .. .10:10 a. m. H Tremoat.. .10:52 a.m. H Garland ., 11:20 a. m. H Arrives at Malad....x:oo p. in. H South...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

' "ii"iiiy-ii,vvii-ifvrtni-M-ira-M'i-fij-wxrLrj-uirijuu u j A MILKING STOOL. One In Which the Top Is Braced to the Standard. J My milking Btool Idea may be help ful to others, writes a correspondent To f Farm nnd Home. I think It nn Improvement on tho old-fashioned T stool, which soon be comes Ioobo whero standard and top aro fastened to gether. Two braces aro nailed to It, as shown In tho cut and thcro Is no danger of Its ever becoming loose. GARGET. S An Ailment of Cows at Calving Time and How to Treat It. Gargot or caked uddor Is qulto a common trouble which occurs usually Just beforo or Just after calving. Tho uddor becomes hard and tho glands nre enlarged and feverish. There aro usually no bad consequences from tho trouble unleBS It Is noglcctcd. It Is caused by a largo supply of milk ro .malnlng In the udder and Is somo- I times aggravated by neglecting to jtmllk out or by the cow standing in a .Id raft of cold air. In cases of this klnd It Is not well to milk the cow out clea...

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. — 21 December 1907

JBl'' C 1 ! " I IN THE LIMELIGHT 1 fflT ' a wi inn ii II ! iiiiiiiibi i ii ! iiihiiiii Hi.unin ninniniiiiiiim mi iinimiuilr JL DICTATOR OF PORTUGAL ?VrRr ' ,a ' "" " Joao Franco, premier of Portugal, Is tho inun !, mi . iwVj J 4-s. "f tho ,10Ur ,n Vint turbulent country, having j! jKj 5,'-jj fetf??? ,,ccn npi'o,ntt'l dictator by King Carlos I. In tho V Kg ,' tf&U hopes Hint ho may pi eservo tho present dynasty. pr "tfi 9 ?"W Undeterred by rlotB and rumors of uprisings, w ifwV' Oft r $$ unrtlvr.ayed by leiortcd disaffection In tho army roh ,fctf Jt 'A Vh nnd navy, Franco, after having scraped off tho flaw Wb't'l"' ' &-- ti' harnnclcs ,,mt wo, clogging the ship of stato, K P';'!'iW; yW''l(' ? tho king, projoscs to put tho ccnntiy on a sound Jg"1, ?! yWjvV financial basis, jofc L"""" Vj Y Fianco In fighting a giant's battlo ngalnst tho HP X I T 1 proud aristocrats of tho bluo.it of I'ortugueso U" , f 'r V -J blood. Ho has sncil tho country millions of Ww C fiancs by limiting th...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

4 H0R8E8 THAT WOULDNT DROWN Remarkable Deeds Recorded by Two Veracious Chroniclers. An Albanian wno lias Just returned from tho cast, whero freshets havo been tho rule, tells tho following about a horso which had beon attached to a foot brldgo crossing a brook, to keep tho structure from going adrift. Tho flood Anally swept horso and brldgo down stream. Later, tho Brldgo was discovered lodged against ,10 bank, with tho horso"sltting quiet ly on tho former. I A bystnnder who hnd listened in tently to this talo, remnrked quietly: "I seo sutliln. slmllyar oncet." "Indeed? What was It?" asked tho Btory teller. "Yo'uee," was tho reply, "artor tho hoss I seo was took down Btrcam, no buddy over 'spected to seo him allvo agin. Dut ho was a pow'ful Bort o' brute, an' 'bout a hour arterward wo boo him a comln' up a stream a-pulln tho blamo olo brldgo arter him!" AI- bany Evening Journal. BLACK, ITCHING 8POT8 ON FACE. Physician Called It Eczema In Worst Form Patient Despaired of Cure Cutlcura ...

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. — 21 December 1907

HW..V).,,,i ,..-( ' Vfr-m i i Wi" "'" "" - ' t 10l-liwW HPi"v I If if I J ; THIS GARLAND OLOUK I, THE GARLAND GLOBK Hi l iNnnr'r.NDP.NT. H't l, I A.WinM, . , Editor and Mnpr, I ; Telephone No 52 Red H '' (Knrmfrly Wyalt'ii IlulclicrHhop.) H Enlorrd im ccpnilttau matleir IVbruaty 17, jj iskm, l ihc iwst officii tit (!rlanil. Utah, iimlcr M .. the Act of Congrraof Marcli 3, 1879. H, Subscriber w lio full to rccolvti tliolr puperh rc'Kiilnrly, plritsr notify tlihulllcc. H SaturdiH, Dec, 2j, 1907 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. t t $ HAPPY I $ NEW YEAR $ H 4.4.4444 4 t M B , $5.50 Mr $5,00 ut Hootho's. tt ( J. K. Owens was n Hrlghnm visitor H ( Thursday. H Plenty of Rock Springs coal. The H Clnrlund Livery. tt H M, A. lloothe hnd u severe attack H '( of neuralgln Tuesday. H f J. W. Lewis wuu In Drlgham on B business Wednesday. H J, V. Green wns In town Monday H and gave this olllco a pleusant call. I A number of our citizens will H ( ipond the holidays In other cities of M i the State. M ! Miss Ma...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

I rill". C.AUI.ANIHlt.OllR. I I II THOROUGH. Mamma Haven't yon got a great Uenl of mistletoe, Wllllu? Why, there Is almost en ugh for a seminary. H Willie Yes. Sis wants to cover the H whole celling. I Home-Made Christmas Sweets Honey Candy. Ono pint or white sugar, water enough to dissolve It, mid four tablespoonfuls of honoy. Doll until It becomes hrlttlo on be ing dropped Into cold water. Pull when cooling. Peanut Brittle. One coffee cupful of wignr. Put In frying pan and shake vigorously over hot lira until sugar Is dissolved, udd one-halt cupful of chopped peanuts, blinking briskly. He careful nut to hum peanuts. Chocolate Caramels. Onc-hnlf pound of chocolate, one-half cupful of milk. two cupfuls of light brown sugar, onw cupful of molasses, and n piece of butter as big as a small apple. Cools for 20 minutes, stirring con stantly. Pour Into a pan nnd cut , Into squares. Colloge Girls' Fudge. Four ounces of chocolate, lump of butter Blze of nn egg. two lien ping cupfuls of gran...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 December 1907

I it (jtahJdaho jgf I I te Ol'oar wo. I I H JOSEPH F. SMITH, T. R. CUTLER, H. G. WHITNEY, tSST H M MttfB President. Vice-Prest. and Gen'l Mgr. Secretary and Treasurer. J.i8S& H I ill Pumping Stations at Provo, Springville, Spanish Pork. miSr II I K, Main Offices, SHARON BUILDING, 9 I 3 Salt hake City, Utah. 5 I IIIIH Hi I Hv , ,M.MMM.,MM,, gJ

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 January 1908

I ' I aH I earn THF (I API AND fit ARF' "i& I H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 2. No. 43. Published at Gdrland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 4, 1905 H H BIO CAMPAIGN OVER- M Supt. Thales H. Edwards informed , M us that the beet.sllcer at the Garland M factory had finished the season's1 1 crop Wednesday and yesterday morn- H Ing the Dig Sugar Campaign was ov- H er for this season. A very successful . H campaign is the outcome and every-1 H thing has moved like clock-work from H start to finish. The end of the big 1 campaign, however, does not close up H the factory as the Inter-Osme cam- H patgn begins right away and will H probably last from 60 to 90 days and H quite a force will bo kept at work all M .summer making preparations for the B ceming fall campaign. BIRTHDAY MN5E1. LI Christmas day Mrs. W. L. Q rover 11 entertained a few friends in honor of wM Mr. drover's 47th birthday annlver- U sary by serving a Christmas dinner. IF H Those prese...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 January 1908

I The Garland Globe BJ Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH BJ Terms of Subscription: BJ Ono year (la advanco) $1.G0 fll Six months ....... 76 J Thrco months 60 J Advertising rates furnished on appll- H J. A. Wlxom Editor and Managrr I ' ilLL-FATEO SHIP REACHES PORT OK CHRISTMAS DAY H Voyage Attended by Many Traglo Events, Sinking of Another Craft, H Mutiny and Death Among H the Crew. H Ban Francisco. Tho Ainorlcon ship H Atlas dropped anchor horo Christmas H Iday, 275 days out from Baltimore. It H ended a voyago madu tragic by col- H llslon off Capo Horn, attended by tho H sinking of another vobscI, tho drown- H 1ng of tho fated craft's captain and H tho captain's wlfo, mutiny on its own H decks nnd death among its crow. H On Juno C, at G p. m., tho AtlaB H 'struck tho Norwegian hark Viking, H Captain I'utorson, bound from Ham- H burg to Calalo. Doth woro badly dam- H aged by tho contact, but tho bark H fared worse. In tho torror of tho H night thlrtcon of tho crow of th...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 January 1908

I STORV I I THE HOUSE OF I! A THOUSAND I CANDLES H Br MEREDITH NICHOLSON HJ Anlhor ol "TIIE MAIN CHANCE," ZEtDA J DAMERON." Eic. HJ tupj right moi kj Uobb.-J.rr1II Co. H CHAPTER VI. Continued. HJ 1 turned to stand faco to face with HJj tho girl in tbo red tam-o'-shanter. HJ "I beg your pardon," I said, stepping HJ away from tho- canoe. HJ Sbo did not wear tho covert coat of HJ tho morning, but a red knit Jacket, but- HJ toned tight about her. Sho was young HJ with every emphasis of youth. A pair HJ of dark blue eyes examlnod mo with HJ -good-humored curiosity. Sho was on PJ -good terms with tho sun I rejoiced In 19 tho brown of her cheeks, so eloquent (m tof companionship with tho outdoor 'I "world a certificate Indeed of tho fa- Tl vor of Heaven. Show me, In October, fl n girl with a faco of tan, whoso hands J tiavo piled a paddle or driven a golf- Im tall or cast a fly beneath tho Uluo IB arches of summor, and I will suffer Ifl her scorn in Joy. Sho may voto mo ) dull and refute m...

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