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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 4 January 1908

H The Garland Globe BBBJi Published Every Saturday at K GARLAND UTAH, BBBJ Terms of Subscription: BBBJ One year (In advance) 1.60 BBBj 8U month 75 H, Three months CO BBBJ Adrartlslng rates furntihed on' af BBfl Stioatlon. BBBJ Bntored a sceondel&fls matte BBBj aNbruarr 17, 100C, at tho postofllco at BBBj Garland, TJUh, under tho Act of Con- BBfl great of Mareh S, 187S. BBBj , A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager Ifafafafa! pa aanca i i ii i j H O. .S L. TIME TABLE J rinsr No. 22 Vtuangn No. 8t" BBJ IOUTI1 BOUND- -N0KT1I BOUND BBBf ' Xn Malad 7:30 am Ly IJrlshara 6:10 p m BBJ It Carland 8:42 am Ly Corinne 650 p m J Iv Tremont 8:47 am Ly Tremont :ISpm BBBJ lit Corlnn 9:17 am Lt Garland l:W p m BBJ Ax Brlcham 9:40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p ra BbBbI ConnU with Cache Connect! with Caehe IJjB Valler train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from JBJJ Cardan and Salt Lake. Olden and Salt Lake. H MIXED TRAIN. fl North Bound. M Leaves Ogden 8:20 n.m. H Briphnm., ..9:55 a. m. BBfl Corinne. .. .10:10 n. 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. — 4 January 1908

LLLWt1" HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHhHhHhHHI HjF hh fjWARM AND PRETTY H INFANT'8 'CROCHET VE3T IFOR H .COLD WEATHER. H Directions 'for the Making 'Of Useful Hf Garment Shetland Wool the HJ Bet Material for.the Hj Purpose. HJ Ono ounce Shetland wool, nnd a fAlr- HJ ly thick bono hook, about No. 10. B As thu stitch Is a rather close one, HJ but at the Bamo t lino, particularly soft lj " and clastic, It Is 'beat worked a llttlo JyJ loosely. Ill Work a chain of 12 inches, turn, and HJ work a double crochet Into each chain- Hi stitch, turn. HJ FIvo chain, pass tho hook through HJ the two front threads of the nearest HJ stitch, that Is, t'ho thread which HJ curves, and tho front or nearest top Jfl thread, , draw tho wool through and J QIVE8 CHANCE FOR ECONOMY. HJ Fussy Styles Are Really a Boon to HJ Home Dressmaker. HJ Paradoxical as it sounds, tho pres- HJ ent vogue for extravagant olabora- HJ tlon in trimmings and garnitures Is an HJ aid to women who must carefully con- HJ slder the cost when plan...

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. — 4 January 1908

ml - j I . H H . ----- - - - -. - """"' ' - -. .. - - H )ii WW I Unman ixxreljs Hlfiut innie I 3ta (Sinter nf Arthritic HI ' - H Dy JAMES P. MUNROE, H Author and Chalrimn Social Education Contfreu. H """"IINCH woman is intellectually oqtinl to man, llicro is no ocjti- H C? I pntion burring n few (luiimndiiiji great physical owlurniico 1 I in which she may not, if she choose, excel. There are mnny, afl &) I no,vcvcr' 'n' which it is unwise for any save the exceptional aH JPTft.l. wolnMn '" "(tempt to enter. gH MnSjBj Sex (liirorenccs arc not simply physiological. There arc H IKfll l"""' iinportant mental and ethical divergeuces which, for afl I Tl I "lu m r'lS human progress, should he preserved and, fl aManan indeed, intensified. While, therefore, the majority of men and M women could readily interchange most of their present occu- H palions, to do bo would he to sacrifice the enormous advantage which M comes from the duality of sex and the consequent doubling of the intcl- H lc...

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. — 4 January 1908

1 Tfcoisands Havo Kidney I Trouble and Never Suspect it HJ rreralency or Kidney Ulsrnae. Most people do not realize the alarm HJ tag increase' and remarkable prevalency HI . , f- , of kidney disease HJ JUTViM Cl-lJrj While kidney du- Hi RW ijW TaMrri I m s common Bl yy VJfS--Jyy .' t I' diseases that pre- H Q?K?5Jdrl va" tney " 'rfffljMJ almost the last Bl In W--T7 recognized by HJ TTVVy y"X patient and phy- HJ ,' JJKpJ-- sicians, trA con- HJ , themteltiB IH Tt'tw dottoring the rfftctt, while the ori'jr- J ''la' '" undermines the system. HJ V What To Do. j There is comfort in the knowledge so J often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Bl Swamp-Root, the grcnt kidney remedy, J fulfills every wish in curing rlicumatism, J pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder H and every part of the urinary passage. HJ It 'corrects- inability to hold water HJ and scalding.paln in passing it, or bad J effects following use of liquor, wine or Hj beer, and overcomes that unpleasant tie- Hj cessity of being...

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. — 4 January 1908

" I H I ''!"' GARLAND LOBE I Hi THE GARLAND GI-OIJE D: IxnilPKNDKNT. 8 I A. Whom, . . Killtor and .Mnfir. H Telephone No 52 Red M (Fohnnly WyatW JTutcher Rlmp.) H Entered nt ccrtnil-dam mtter Fnlruary 17, H XSM, at tti post office at OnrUml, llluli, umlcr H Iho Act of ConffrpM of March 3, 1879. M StilivrtbtTH who fnll lo receive tlu-lr H ipvi'4 roKiiliirly, picnic notify t lilt ofllt-n. H Saturday, Jan. ., 1908. H ITEMS OF . "REST. A B HAPPY X NEW YEAR H 4HIHH B Mo-dnli Kvani was In Ogdcn Thursday. I)r Win I. Rich win mi Ogden vhltor M Wcdlicaliay. K. T. Cuponor of Riverside wns In H town Tuesday. H Lawrence Smith is vlilting relatives lit H Icaannt Grove. fl Mrs, P. A. Nordqulst Is visiting re- H latlvPH In C-Kdon. H Mrs It 0 Michnellj, who Inn hcon ery H -ilck, Is favorably recovering, v H WINES and Liquors for Medicinal H purowi lit HItcr Hro.sDrugStnrr.tr H M J Richards nnd son Klmer of River- H aide, were (larland vhltor Thursday, B Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Jensen spent H a few days...

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. — 11 January 1908

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Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 January 1908

,. ' . . .. B TlTe '-Garland Globe i I Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND .... UTAH H Terms of Subscription! H Ono year (In advnnco) $1.G0 B i 8lx months 75 M Throe months SO B Advertising rates furnished on nppll- B tatlon. -J B i J. A. Wlxom .Editor and Manager i BRITISH COLUMBIA FIREMEN i BATTLE WITH ENRAGED JAPS Bhh i M , Mob of Drown Men Attack Men In M ' Uniform Because of Unfortunate H Accident on New Year Day. M Vancouvor, II. C. Allan Anderson, H ft flroman, Is dying, nnd two otlior M fount; men, also members of tho city H jlro dopnrtment, nro badly wounded M ; pnd In tlio hospital as tho result of a H fight on Now Year day In tho Jnpan- H cso qunrtors, with an overwhelming H number of tho subjects of tho H mikado. Tho fight was tho worst In H j tho city slnco tho Scptombor riots, M when so many Japancso woro Injured. M Anderson, accompanied by J. Frost H i ind T. McDonald, wcro passing n Jap- ! jneso store, when Frost stumbled and !ell hard agalnBt tho pinto glass win- ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 11 January 1908

langer of a Store rrf By DR. THOMAS STOCKHAM BAKER, Lecturer John tlopklna Unlvenlty. "1IE schoolboy of to-day docs not do enough work. His school vjl I T I i'cnr '8 nt 'onff enough and this vncations arc too frequent and ' 1 too protracted; the real object of going to school is frequently RnnSl forgotten. Wc find the boy getting more restless, an increasing jHK craving for excitement; for diversions. Athletics, -schoolboy VnV enterprises, yearbooks, newspapers, fraternities, dramatic so- Nbp cietics, so-called musical organizations, occupy his attention &F and drag him away from scholastic work. ImmmmJ It is the duty of the schoolmaster to set his face against the present extravagances in time and neglect of opportunities. Whip and spur are applied to drive tho boy into college, no matter what the cost. The schools arc getting very bad nerves. Between the violent exercise and tlfo tho breakneck educational policy, there is little opportunity for repose. Let us stop. Tho greates...

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. — 11 January 1908

HI The Garland Globe H 18 Publlahed Every Saturday at H f , AKLAND UTAH, llj it Terma of Subiorlptlon: M 'I On year (In adrancq) $1.60 H '1 Dli monthi 75 pH ' I Thr months .80 pH AdTertltlne ratos furnlihoj on b H J sUcaUo'n. pH Jtaterad ru second-class raattaf ppfl i aXmiar 17, 1900, nt tho postofllco at ppfl Garland, Utah, undor tho Act of Coo. pH i gTMa of March 8, 1879. 4, A. Wlnorn .... Editor and Manasae, bSBBBJ - M O. .S L. TIME TABLE l BBS Paaaangf r No. 32 Paaaefiffar No. 31 PBaSSj IOUTII BOUND- HORTII BOUND BBfl ) ,ZT Malnd 7:50 am Lt Brlghara (:10 p m BBh , i 17 Garland 1:12 am Lt Corinna 4:20 p m BBb It Tratnont 1:47 am Lt Treraonl 1:45 p m BBl lit Corinn 9:17 am Lt Garland :M p m H Ar Hrlahara 1:10 am Ar Hld 1:10pm BBb Connacta with Caeha Connect! with Caeha BJJJJJ Valley train No. 12 for VtWtr train Ho 11 from 1BBBJ dan and Salt Laka. Ogtlen and Salt Laaa. MIXED TRAIN. sssssj IH North Bound. H Leaves Ogden 8:20 n.m. H1 Brigham.. ..9:55 a, m. pH M '.Corinne. ... 10:10 a...

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. — 11 January 1908

mi tfHH hhh hhhI wjj hB j"hhB I jJh H 8ELF.FEEDER FOR POULTRY. HJ One Which a Successful Poultry HJ Raiser Uses and Recommends. HJ A BucceBBful poultry man has a HH JP'an tor sclf'fe0lln8 for llIJ poultry, Hj ill - which ifo recom- H Jr V mends to the poul- Hi wvJom try rulsor, Bays Hb jTA, tho Pralrlo Farm- Tr"6M?!5?3 er "'no Eondral H I P'11 '8 Bnown w"n HJ i reasonable clear- HJ 1 ncss In tho ac- HJ ' I companylng HJ sketch. A repre- Hjj j scnts ono of four j 1 sections, separated I fgff?fcfc-' ? rom cncn otner H j3-" by partitions ""-l which dlvldo lino HJ between tho front and tho rear, ob H shown by tho dotted lino running down HJ tho right hand sldo of tho cut. H 'The front and back sldo slant to a HJ point whero they almost meet tho dl- vidlng lino at C, A one-half Inch H spaco Is left hero so that tho grain, n oyster shells, grit, etc., with which H the self-feeder will bo filled, readily B runs Into tho small division shown at Jj II, whero It Is In easy reach of tho H fowl...

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. — 11 January 1908

Hp -7 .".!-( ,,.i ..-.... Tl Kg73irva'iCTM''Ffcra -. - F Hk' ft It I H''H - . Im Girk fwvikTil-CV7 !LUU iOKSISU0(iMm( jtr j mMWXwVMMf Sw BpfrW 'A BRIEF 5UMMAiralf P-5 Sf lH " Bss"s""er " . . . . iJ k'f J&LFfrf I l A wt l s"f 1 & r m i2t c j Pi 1 1 !i --tofy4M i 1 1 ... ----.---.j. .- .....ii.. I - .. 1 i m t H J Jan. a Merchants' and rarmen' bank M ! of Fairmont, Minn., suspended. M Feb. 2F. I). Oilman, former president H , i suspended Home bank of Goodland, H Iriil., round guilty of embezzlement. H -F. I), Ullman, Indiana banker, sen- H ' tenced to term of one to three ycuri In H i state prison. H ( 2 Disappearance of $173,000 from sub- H treasury at Chicago made public. H Mar. It Virtual panto In wall street: H Secretary Cortelyou relieved the sltuu- B M-Cltlxens' State bunk of Firth, Neb., H closed by state. . ., B J8-Corbln Hanking company of New m York, assigned; assets, J3.OOU.000; Ilublll- IbB' ties, $1,700,000. H Apr. 2-MaJ. It. W. Salmon of Warsaw, H Mo., convicted ...

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. — 11 January 1908

bVJ bVHh H a bH I MISS ANNIE CATRON. I IhbhbbbbbbI bS v bybbybyHbybybybybybV bwi AWBwflBWBWBBWBwflsVwBWBl I -BWBwJaBWBwA-' ::" "lH BH 'aBBBBBBBBBBBe?' " BBS. BB1 flBBBBBBBBBBR ' -BB1 bbj VaBaBaVaBaVr n :: A b1 & $ & 4 iii BWBiBBBHKr' ' H Ht$lxii AsnaVaBaBaW-""' s I CATARRH MADE LIFE A BURDEN TO ME. MISS ANNIE CATRON, 037 Wain St., Clnclmmtl. Ohio, writes: H "As I huvu found 1'eruna a blessing H for a severe enso of catnrrh of the lienil U and throat which I suffered from for a H number of years, I am only too pleased V1 to give it my pergonal cndorsi-mcnt. Ml "Catarrh, such as I suilui-cd from, HI mndo life a burden to me, my breath ' was offensive, stomach bad, anil my ; . head stopped up so that I was usually m troubled with a headuchc, nud although i I tried many so-called remedies, noth ing pavo mo permanent relief. I was rather discouraged with all medicines Sg when 1'eruna was suggested to me. H "However, I did buy a bottle, and be Sfl fore that was finished thero was ...

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. — 11 January 1908

T i -we- --r- :i-i ft I: I H I TIIIL GARLAND (JLOHL Hit ,TlilC (JAl-lLANb (JLOUE j H i.nih:i'i:ni)f.xt. H I A.U'lMi.M, . . Keillor mid Mner. H Telephone No 52 Red! i ' (Fiifftirrly Wynlt'w llutcliiTHhuii.) H. ' I'.nlrml ni iwnmil-rlaiia mRltvr Xetiriutrjr 17.' r J '.WO, Hi 1 1 if icl i.lHn' iildarluml, lltili, titiilcr i H jf thtf Act of OniiKrran of Marili 3, IS79. a ; ' SulworlbiTM w lio full Id receive their K ' iHiiM't relilnrly, pleiisc luillfj thl-4 ulllce. H .Salurdii), J.in. 1 1, 190S H 1 I H - " ITEMS OF INTEREST. B I , rol'XD-t'oclut knife. I M 1' WINES l""1 llliir.H fur .Mc' ' il 1 H punine nt Klter llros iriig. Store j Hi '," F. I). Welling was In Hilgham on I B business Thutsdny. I ' l)r, W1.1. Ij. Kleli iitiimi-il from Op- M lcn Thursday evening. I H v..irihli-ldsif Ogdeu li the gm-il of B .Iter daughter. Mm. It. I., lluali. j m James Schow of I'urndlso Ih visit-1 M Ing rohitlven In town. B A Sunday School hns been organlz- ! M ed ut'Tronioni with Alfred Flshburn H as ...

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. — 18 January 1908

HEv tBBBJB Wr mVbYJJB I BBBB1 H BBBBI bb!b1 H y H I ffi?- HPUT " A DT A T bO DT w H M M w m ftf I l i I I II BC fi .bH I v 1JHLMVJLXjL1 l mJ llllllllj 7iH I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H I jjfol. 2. No. 50. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 15, 1905 'H I J LIBRARY MEETING. LI The Garland Library nnd Oymnn- II slum board mot at tho homo ot Mtb. H J. C. Wheolon last Saturday night. H All members wcro prcsonl oxcopt Mrs. H Kuther Evans. J. C. Whcolon, prosl- H deut of tho Town Board, called tho H meeting to order, but stated Hint con- BJ trnry to the general public opinion, the town president Is not ox-offlclo H clmlrmnn except In case of dlscontln- uanco of tho library tax. The fol- lowing organization was then effect Bj til: For president, Mrs. Lucy A. H Clark; for secretary, Hurried Smith; BJ for treasurer, James Jensen. Mrs. H l.ucy A. Clark was uppointcd a dulc H Kate to confer with tho rent ml com Hj mlttce and the secretary was ln...

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. — 18 January 1908

I B p " Tilt. Garland Globe M:. Published Every Saturday at B ' OARLAND .... UTAH H I , Terms of Subscription: H Ono year (la advanco) $1.50 , ' 8lx months 75 W l Threo months 60 mMt Advertising rates furnished on appll- i J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager . HEIHZE HAS LOST CONTROL ' m. OF MERCANTILE NATIONAL H Copper Magnate Was Unable to Meet M Notes That Fell Duo and His Stock . Qoes Back to the Qould H H J Now York. Unnblu to meet pay- H : monts duo on hla stock In the insti- H j tutlon on Wednesday, F. Augustus Hclnzo lost control of tho Mercnntllo H , National bank, the conduct or which, H , ns Its president, had brought about his H j arraignment In the United States clr- ssH ult court earllor In the day on H j charges of over-cortlncatlon. H One year ago Ilolnzo bought a con- H trolling Interest from tho QouUIb, with whom ho pledged his holdings as so- H ( curlty for his promlso to pay for them 1 ' In full within ono year. This loan of 1 $1,200,000 was duo on Wednesday to H Edwi...

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. — 18 January 1908

Mb I H 0 I Hali rrf lattU? jnvf 0 I Tffogagg to tip? pattfir H By REAR ADMIRAL JOHN E. MERRY, H V. S. Navy. Retired. H " ' - H ,. ' T lias been stated that the 1'ncific const is as much a part of H 'il. T (lie United States as the Atlnntic coast, and that n battle IN fleet of the American navy is as much at home, and ought to f- bo so regarded, when on the Pacific as on the Atlantic coast. From this it may bo argued that tliC'officcrs and .men of the navy ought to be equally familiar with the waters of the Pacific and the Atlantic. , The cruise of tho battle fleet to the Pacific is a most cx- -mmJ ccllent idea, and I believe that it will be fruitful of the most ndvantugoous results. It will prove to be, indeed, one of the very best I movements conceived and executed by the naval administration in time of peace. I On this voyage to the Pacific the officers, the men and the Bhips of the navy will receive desirable test and experience. It is the business of a I naval man to become fami...

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. — 18 January 1908

Wmn. - I The Garland Globe Published Every 8aturday at ARLAND UTAH. Terms of 8ubicrlptlon: One year (In advance) S1.E0 iB Bis months 75 K Three months CO H, I AtWertlstng rate furnished on ap- H slicaUon. RH M. Motored iui sccond-clars matte M i v Pebniary 17, UOC, nt the poBtoIBco at H I tHrUod, Utah, undor tho Act of Oon- sHf .2 Cress of March 3, 1870. BBBBBsl ' BBBBBBM P ' 1 IH I 4t A. Wlxotn .... Editor and Manager B 1 m, .1. . , , , . M j O. ,S L. TIME TABLE fl FuMniir No. 92 Paaeenger Nu. 31 fl I SOUTH SOUND- NORTH BOUND B k tVr Malad 7S0 am Lt Ilrlshara 8:10 p ra H s Bjt Garland S:2 m Lv Corinne 620 p ra fl L 4Vr Tremont R:4T am Lt Tremont 6:45 p ra fl In Corinne 9:17 am Lt Garland (:C0 p m H ' At Brlsbam 9:40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m SBJ ' ConnU with Cache Connect with Cacht BBBBJJ i Taller train No. 12 for Valler train Noll from BBBIJ j Olden and Salt Lake. 0-den and Salt Lake. j j MIXED TRAIN. U North Bound. H 'J Leaves Ogden 8:20 n.ra. l BriRham.. ..9:55 a. m. H, ) Corinne......

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. — 18 January 1908

H -- --.-in.-- in-- M niri.nruxnjmjj-u-ij-i I ANCHORING FENCE P08T3. How Cement Can Be Effectively Used to Make Them Solid. I 11 M Wr J" mo-'10(- of nnchorlng fcnco posts, M writes a correspondent of Farm Life, fl Is as follows: I uso three-fourths Inch H gas plpo for drill stem with dotach- H able bit; also auger for cleaning out H holo. Drill hole whoro you want an- chor, not less than four foot In com- mon clay ground. Dlschargo one fourth of a stick of 40 per cent, dynamlto In tho bottom of $''v?- ! V v-'" '' iii Fence Pott Anchor. hole, after first throwing In two or three doublo hnndfuls of dirt. Tho dynamite will make a nice round basin In the bottom of tho holo. You are it now ready for tho anchor rod and J Portland cement mado soft enough to run In the holo. Lot It stand for ten days before using. i LIGHT OAT8 VS. HEAVY OAT8. They Practically Have the Same Feed ing Value Pound for Pound. Tho weight of oats por bushel varies from 30 pounds to 50 and even 55 pounds In some of...

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. — 18 January 1908

Ft i II ! BsbriaIH l THE HOUSE OF I I A THOUSAND I j CANDLES I By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Hi J Ailhur (I "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA B . DAHEION." Elc. H 1 Wi ww i i J M I Ut,ittbt IMt t liubb-Utilll Co. I , CHAPTER IX. Continued. H I -I had worked myself Into a great H , I passion nnd fairly roared my chnl- l lanRo, potindlng tho tnblo In my rngc. Hg "Yob, sir; I qulto understand yon, filr. Ilut I'm afraid, sir" H "Of courBo you'ro nfraldl" I shouted, H ! i en raced anow by his haltinR speech. H 'You havo every reason In tho world H to bo afraid. You'vo probably heard H that I'm a bad lot and u worthless ad- H vonturor; but you enn toll Sister The- H rcsa or Plckorlnc or anybody you H ploaso that I'm ton times as bad as H I've over been painted. Now clear out of hero!" H j I knocked about tho library all morn- H I I Ins without casing my spirit, and H I J after luncheon I went off for n tramp. H I Winter had indeed como and pos H I eesBcd tho earth, and It had given mo H I i h now landscap...

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. — 18 January 1908

, . ti OTtei The Kiflrreys Ire Weakened 'by Om-Work, Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to 'be considered that only crinary and bladder troubles were to be P traced to the kidneys, but now -modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder ol these most important The 'kidneys filter .and purifythe blood that is their work. Therefore, -when your kidneysare weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and hew every orgau seems ito fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," "begin taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon ' as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will oouviuce anyone. If you are sick you can -make tio Tins- take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It 5 stands tlie highest for its wonderful cures of the m...

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