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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 14 March 1908

I The Garland Globe H Published Every Saturday at M GARLAND .... UTAH Hfl Term of Subscription: ft One year (In advance) $1.60 I Six months 76 PP Three monthi 60 if Advertising rates furnished on appll- Bfi" cation. jL J. A. Wlxom Editor and Manager I MINERS OFFER I TO COMPROMISE Goldhcld Western Federation Men M Have Decided to Accept the A Tonopah Scale of Wages. H The Mine Operators' Association Will H Not Grant the Advance, But a B Number of Leasers Have M Agreed to Pay the Scale. H Goldfleld, Nev lcal 220, Western H Federation or Minors, on Thursday, M I y a referendum vote of !.... to 25U, H decided to accept the Tonopah scale m of wages, and declare the strike off M as to those properties which will pay M the Tonopah scale. H Some days ago representatives of 1 thirteen different leases agreed to H pay the Tonopnh scale, which is DO H cents per day less than the former M aoldfleld scale, but 50 cents H than the scale recently adopted by H the Mine Operators' association. H The...

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 March 1908

IlibraHeS Public Libraries wt 1 Aid the Indus- j fV OFKGrS trial Workers i ii By DR. HORACE O. WADLIN. Librarian. Boston Fubllc Library. 0 1""""'"'' l"1'1'''' lilrarv provides for the industrial worker Hie hooks i f 5 tlnit inn lielp him to better work and higher y. It piuvidtl I 3 opportunities in this direction never before open, not yet fully rVn um.il, nnd only partly appreciated. Nevertheless, many, young ImK9hI men especially, are using them to their own profit, Mini ul I CrTl ' i 1 1 n 1 1 1 v to the henelit of the community. Others will follow ajJrLJ their example, as the advantages become more clearly seen, awAll liCal '' '" unfortunately true that main persona have been (Pljl drawn into our industries without much preparation, They have, so to speak, drifted into them, pressed by the necessity of earning a living, without training in an industrial school, and, under the conditions of the modern factory system, even without such training as the old apprentice system provide...

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 March 1908

wm The Garland Globe R. Publlthed Every Saturday at ftft OAKLAND UTAK. Jul Term of Subscription: ?JbE On yr (In advance) 11. KO Wt. B(z montk( 75 'mm "Three months 60 Mh Adrartlslng rate fnrnlihed on af HUB Moa.Uon. BHH Sintered a awond-rlasa mattef sRH February 17. 190fi, at tho pnatofflce at HJHJ Garland, Utah, under tho Art of Con- BBS greaa of Maroh t, 1179. HHH 4. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager HjI . pi . i I, I, i H O. .S L. TIME TABLE HvJHl PaaaanE-er No. 83 I'aaaanffar No. 81 HH BOUTH mil 'Nli NORTH BOUND HH Lt Malail 7:30 am Lt Brlgham 6:10 p m HVHa Lt Garland 8:42 am Lv Corlnna 8:20 p m HH Lt Tramunt 8:47 am Lt Tremont 8:46 p m HH Lt Corlnna 8:17 am Lt Garland 8:60 p m m Ar Brlfham 8:40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m B Connerta with Cacha Connects with Cacha iiH Valley train No. 18 for Valla train No II frmu M Cadao and Salt Laka. Ocdan and Salt Lame. H MIXED TRAIN H North I'., hi ml H Leaves Ogden 6.301a m. B Hrigham.. ..9:55 a. m. PAB Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. H Tremont. . .10:53...

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 March 1908

PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT j .j. 4 J A ! 1 1 MINING EXPERT RETIRES 1 John Hayes Hammond, tho noted mining en- -r- - - glneer, huB severed hid connection with the Qug jjjj9r gonhelm Kxploratlon rompniiy and the salary ol 0 jfc. 2."i0,()00 nltarhed to his position as consulting en &? glneer. $ Hammond has been In poor health and hli S'-? Z"2-"1?" -"I first assistant. A. Chester Ibntty. has done most jpsgia, ! 'le work since Mr. Hammond went west Bev (C ) 1 '''ill months ago Mr. Ili'iitty ll the likely sue fi K cessor to Mi. Hammond. Tin' latter was operated i ,.- on for appendicitis I few days 1(0.' T r k ' AlL j John Hayes Hammond WU horn In San Fran- x' "jf7'' Cisco 53 years ago. lie Js a graduate of the Shef- J field Scientific Bchool of Yale "XT Mr. Hammond Is one of the greatest mining SSsSkSSSSsv mfc experts In the world. Often he has taken as fees for reporting on claims shares In new companies, and always they have turned out valuable. Hammond became an International figure when ...

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. — 14 March 1908

tvh Twas the days of tho hodg-schonl; BUS Mnllarky was then H At the Me nf the ditch the most JB dreaded nf men. H Bur the (Unlit nf the hlrd, or the IBM speed of the hare IfiH To watch for a nioment there's no one H would dare. H An when circles nnd squares on the H dirt he would trace, H Twaa nmazln' the luniln' t lint showed H In hi'. H While the thoughts Unit revolved In H his towsy ould head H Were deep and tremendous, h!ms"lf often H Religion, of coorse, was a thame he H well knew, H Not your new-fangled notions, hut stuff B that was B Wld that he taught love for the sacred H rhus helpln' his kind, an' so plasln' his H Sow the seventeenth of March, recl:- H oned then by old style, jH The jewel of days In the darling ould H Was approachln' an' so the good tuns jjH n' Bit at Their Will All the Colleens H an H ther once more H flare a taste to the byes av his lagends BBH Patrick banished the snakes and the mr sinners, you know, HHBjj To a place where I hope there will H none us g...

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 March 1908

OLD GENTLEMAN NOT PLEASED. I Letter's Inscription Certainly the Re a verse of Flattering. 'BJ Tn the English club at Hongkong white haired old ftatlMBtt, who had come down from some northern poit, wns Heated at dinner when he sudden F ly became very excited. He had been I brought a letter by a solemn-faced Chi- I nese butler, and he saw something on i the outside of this letter which Bent him downstairs two steps at a time to Interview the hall porter. When j 0 he came back he told us what was the i matter. The hall porter had Inscribed ' In the envelope, In Chinese, for the In formation of the butler: "This Is for the old baboon with white fur." Unfortunately for the hall porter, the old gentleman was a first-class 8i-liul.tr in the Chinese language. A FACT WELL WORTH KNOWING. It affords me pleasure in giving the readers of this paper the following simple prescription of an eminent spe cialist. This Is a Bure remedy for In creasing the growth and beautifying ! the hair; a positive ...

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 March 1908

I TH8 GARLAND GLOBE H i i - 1 j , 1 . . .. . ...- .-. . .... MM R IHL iiAKLAM) '.)Hh H INDEPENDENT. M I A.Wixom, KtHlur snd Mngr. R Telephone No 52 Red g I formerly Wyatt'a Hlltrher Shop.) Hi Krit. rJ ...I I - rnnIT.-i Fat.niarr tt, UH liii. Ill IN poxt uflW Hi Oarlan.l. Utah, un.li tPm Hi- Act of I ,..iKi ' t Mnr.-I. I Htl PIS Siilncrllicrs who fail to receive their H paper regularly, please netify this "Mice H Saturday, March i-, 1908. ITEMS OF INTEREST. B MN-. i luii ( lurk in Brifbaoi Hm HB H I It Miirl.lr of Devwt Wile nan in town H 1 ui .. H (.' I WttsnS It f 1 1-t1 rdii lo tislt relit- H lim in 1 Igdcn H Adolph Anderson made 1 btlllMM trip H to Ogden Sunday . H r,.-llli:iKT II V llliothl' Ol Ithghlllll H City with luff Thursdiu . H ,ln Mini Hr mil r .i'ii of Clifton, Ida . H i. Ilir nu. mi 1. 1 Mis.i Clara Clark H WINES sad Liquors for .Medicinal H purose hi Hii. 1 Hros Drug Store . tf H !. P Crltchelow ..1 1 l.i- CW4M Co. of H 1 mU n , Mil- iu town ou husim i uv.iiliiy . H A...

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. — 21 March 1908

DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE OREAT HEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol.3. No. 7. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, March 21, 1905 H RELIEF SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY. Tuesday, March 17th, tlic fJarlaud Re lief Society celebratsd their Anuunl Day in holding n special meeting tit tlie hunif of Mrs. II B Hire, commencing M I m. Over forty ladles belonging to the orgin i:itioti were present and tlie following immnliU pragma wm carried out: Singing. Prayer by Esther Hvans singing. Talk on Mot hers' Class work by Mes dsmes Hose Vatilleet and Muady Glcason. Sola "fount Your Many Hlesslngs" by Mrs. M argii ret M tin niiir. Talk on Mutual work by Mrs. I'oll.v Smith. Talk on Sunday School woik by Mrs. Dora Kin Talk ou Religion Class work by Mrs 1 mum Ulne Imin A. Kola 'Dear old Cottage Home" by Mrs. Mary Wanluss. Talk Mothers' earo of their daughters by Mrs .luliu Bingham. Relief Society work treated by Mrs. Ava Sasser. The Temperance question was dis cussed by Mcsdamcs Lucy A Clark, An niu M...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 21 March 1908

H The Garland Globe Bfc Published Every Saturday at BHE GARLAND .... UTAH HI Terms of Subscription: fTOK One year (In advanco) $1.50 LjcT Fix months 75 Skew Three months 50 9w Advertising rates furnished on nppll- SL cntion. tK J. A. Wixom Fdltor ind Manager I ORCHARD tm i ERS I PLEA OP GUILTY H Self-confessed Murderer of Ex-Gov- H ernor Steunenberg Will Not Put H up Fight for His Life. BH Man Who Stands In Shadow of the HH Gallows Perfecly Calm When HH Judge Wood Set Date of Sen HBj tence for Wednesday, H March H Caldwell, Idaho In the district J court here on Tuesday, the assassin Of Frank Steunenberg, former gov- (Drnor of Idaho, Harry Orchnrd, whose BBh fetartling confession made public in February, 1907, caused the arrc'st of H Charles II. Mover and William p. Haywood, president, and secretary of H the Western Federation of Miners, anil George I'eltlbone, honorary mem- feer of that organization, anil tire, sub- sequent I rials of the latter two, faced Judge Fremont Wood and ple...

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. — 21 March 1908

Ithe house OF I A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aathor ol "tilt MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA DAHERON." Elc. I up., t lu lit IvMJ 0) 1- t.li. Mprrlll t o CHAPTER XVII. Continued. There was 11 Bound of mirth and scampering feet In the hall above and then down the steps, hetween the line of guests arrested In their descent, came a dark laicrhim: girl In the garb of Little Ued RldiBfl Hood, amid gen eral applause and iaughtor. "It's Olivia! She won the wager!" exclaimed the ipMtMM gentleman, and the girl, whose dark curls were sheken about her fiice, ran up to us and threw her arms about him and kissed him It was a charming pic ture the ftcures on the stairway, the pretty, graceful child, the eager, happy faces all about I was too Interested In the scene to be uncomfortable. Then, at the top of the stair, her height accentuated by her gown of while, stood Marian Devereux. hesi tating an Instant, as a bird pauses be fore taking wing, and then laughingly running between the lines to where...

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. — 21 March 1908

HE The Garland Globe ItfK Published Every Saturday at c9B AHLAND UTAK. HB Terma of 8ubacriptlon: !BK On yuar (In advance) 11.59 kSBlf 81x montha 75 JmB Thra months 50 rW Adrartlalnff ratets furnlshPd on ar fffTft gOloatl n tlSaa, ., a i U9M Rntorad nn aprotidrlsss mattef IH February 17, 190G. at th" postofflcn at ftVjLfj Garland, UUh. under the Act of Oon- H gran of March 8, 1879. RCVJ . A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager B O. .S L. TIME TABLE Funnrrr No. 82 I'nuiiitiT No. SI B BOUTH li." ' - Null. II BOUND B t Malad 7:30 am Lt Ilrlgliam 6:10 p m H Vf Garland 8:42 am Lv Corinne 6:20 p m H If Tramont 8.47 am Lt Tremont 8:48 p m B It Orlnni 8:17 am Lt Garland 6:80pm B Ax Brlfham 6.40 am Ar Malad 8:10 p m g Connerta with Cache Connects with Carhe H Valley train No. 18 fur Valley train No 11 from H Cadea and Salt Lk. Orion and Salt Laka. B MIXED TRAIN. M North Bound. m Leaves Ogden 8:20 a.m. H Hrifjham.. ..9:55 a. m. W Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. m Tremont. . .10:52 a. m. U Garland .. 11:20 ...

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. — 21 March 1908

r OLD SAWS RE-SAWED. A bird In the hand Is worth two In the bush, but both are dirt cheap com pared with one on a hotel menu card. Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown, especially If the crown Is bald and In fly time. People who live In glass hojiise would make more If they raised hot house giapes Instead of trouble. Evil to him who evil thlnketh, and that's generally what he gets. If you lead a horse to water and can't make hi in drink, take a sip your self; he may have good Judgment. Beauty's only Bkln deep, but that's deep enough for the complexion spe- clallst. All's well that ends well except a "best-selling" novel. Fine feathers make soft beds. Every rose has Its thorn, and every dozen Its florist bill. Never put off till to-morrow what you can do today, unless some one did It yesterday. Judge. Leading Up to Hit Support. "What's doing?" asked one reporter addressing another who had Just emerged from the state senate chamber. "Senator Jayson Is speaking." "Jayson? He was spe...

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 March 1908

B PERUNA EDITORIAL NO. 2. wStt r - n SB! Pr. Hartman has claimed for many years that Pcrtuia is an EXCELLENT fl CATARRH REMEDY. Somo of the doctor's critics havo disputed the I'octor's uSi claim as to the efficacy of Peruna. j5T7 Since tho ingredients of Peruna are no longer a secret, what do tho meA JjMfoj cal authorities say concerning the remedies of which Peruna is composed ? 8BW Take, for instance, the ingredient HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS, OB flOfcfr GOLDEN SEAL. The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal remedy, K3ST that it is largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes, JgK3 chronic rhinitis (nasal catarrh), atonic dyspepsia (catarrh of the stomach), W!i chronio intestinal catarrh, catarrhal jaundice (catarrh of the liver), and in SK2J diseased mucous membranes of the prlvic orgino. It is also recommended for mBH the treatment of various forms of discard peculiar to women. H Another ingredient of Peruna, CORYDALIS FORMOSA, is classed in the HH United St...

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. — 21 March 1908

I CHILD, COLE CO. Hi 100 All.. Block, Salt Lake City. J Both Phono, No. 32S. m Telephone and Mail Orders 13 Promptly Executed on I ALL UTAH STOCKS A Pad Roforono -Any Bank In Utah. m We Want Your B Business ff Branch Office Kuroka, Utah. TAKE NO CHANCES! In buying Jawalry. Go whtn you know th dealer la reliable. Our raputation la eatab llahad by a forty yaara taat of reliability. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAIt Mail orders specialty a. a. - L; . ear ' P What Might Have Been. A book nit her out or the ordinary hits boon written by JoBoph IOiIkui liaraborlln, literary editor of the New ' . York KvenlnR Mall. It I, "The Kb ol A History." The volume begins with Grecian times, considering what would have resulted bad Atlstldes won the Athenian election over Them- j lstocles, and ruim on to the three queries as to what the effect would have been bad Buchanan enloiced Hie j law In November. 1801; had the eon-I federate army marched upon Wash j lagtOB Immediately after tne first Bat tle of Hull Hun. ...

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 March 1908

jH THE GARLAND f.l.nnr awa - - i m - - - i ...... n - - ' ., .... ... PS I Hi. OARL-ANI-t GLOBB INOFPKNDEMT aV9 I A VVtxoM. I' filter snd Mnitr. gS Telephone No 52 Rl HuJ II rmrili W.lll'l llnt hr Hhop ; In Rtrnnl tit Mcond-i has mitur February Iti LSgK 1 ' ih jxxn offic. at Qarland. Uuli, under 3jPf thr A. i nf i 'onirraM of March S. 1879 iXSj- 9ui'- riiicri who fall to receive their Pfflj papei r i ulnrli , ulnast notify this office R SaitK.'.tv, March i, 1908. ITEMS OF INTEREST. ggB .1 Fife DM In ii,iiii "ii iniliifi In-1 H Bttnrdav, H .if I Corbiti DM 11 Ktigham visitor B last Sunday H ''i .1 1 Krtwanls spun Ust (Sunday in 1 H stale H l 0 rty Of Of 1 c vliiv MM ill town B mi business Honda a Hi. i- son s 1 inn in tiir arlft ut N B Illlllill 111 -1 Saturday. J Ward I out, nine will In Ik 111 ill 1 In B bull tomorrow afternoon. H Jon. II V ullis and non Woiiiliil lOOl 11 H I rip lii Brigtwn Sunday last. 1. I 1'ioiri' hi .-ll I. like City, trail In H llarlalid slght-SCClng Tllculm ...

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. — 28 March 1908

H SSBJ crib To-day,- Too eannot af ' W V ' " M A M V -A I M W aW h I .ntln U, rM eee Lais H Mlob. wiUkjuI your HoK I J - B ! P I VA - M B lV I J riaajj 'H Hill l . H V, ? PAraa. Add jour hum U on, LaSaa! Bit H M HaaW H IbVI H H B bAbSBV Btfl Env.lopoe. Cants, bai.er Aral Bl hat of eubeerlbere TO-DAY and B BW Bl B JV a? B BB a? B I Bb B B B eaaf B B B aWaaV. Bl " fnat th. ir BH H B B B B B aVaav BB H aaLeam 1 B B B B B B B B B B B " ih" a"w ,,d rn "' u BB IhiNU: of On Dollar and Half M M MHB I Bk. B A Wm 1 J B MT B B B aW I I i uiwmnntulinui a! DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H Vol. 3. No. 5. Published of Garland. Utah. Saturday, March 25, I90S M . , i HI GRAND BALLJ By the s H. H. O.- "The Swellest Dance of the Season" Toice the sentiment of nil who took in tun Urand ball given at the IihII Wedne day evening by the members of the Hap py Hour Club. Over one hutidsed of Garland's leading society lights partici pated in the dance that will long be re...

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. — 28 March 1908

H The Garland Globe! Rl Published Every Saturday at H GARLAND . UTAH LH Terms of Subtcrlpon: RIB One year (In advance) $1.50 yB Blx months 78 RB Three months 60 KH Advertising ratea (urnlabed on nppll- 191 eatton 3Bal J. A. Wlxem Editor and Manager I BATTLESHIP FLEET I TO VISIT JAPAN M The Desire of the Emperor to Play H Host to the American Officers Will be Gratifed. H China May Alio be Given a Demon- atration of the Power of tha M Fighting Machines Owned by M the "Despised Foreigners." m Washington The American battle- m ahlp tii ! Is to i it Japan. Tho de- 1 aire of the emperor of the iHlnnd l. inc. H dom to play host to the tloct wv laid m before Secretary Hoot on Thursday M by Baron Takahlra, tho Japanese em- M basaador. The Invitation, which was B couched In most cordial terms, waa M mado the subject of extended cotisld- B eratlon by President Roosevelt and m tils entire cabinet on Friday. Secre- H tary Root wiih directed to accept the M Invitation, and the acceptance waa M la...

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. — 28 March 1908

Th6 It Has Failed r-ii i But It Will LhurCh Yet Be Great II By PROF. CHAR1.KS I I ll IV Sociologist. "" HE church It not ageless; it is going to I"' greater than ever. 0 T Hut it has failed, as the municipality lias failed, to serve the interests of the common life. The church has ban too world lv to let religion expand; it 1ms bean too unworldly to ftivo P people a (Inline. Tin' elturcll lias never ! n deinoerntie Itfvl enough to nllow the people to voice their Bontimenti. There Lg lia alwavs heen dominance of the hierarchy if not of the Lyx clergy. The! people do not voice their opinions in religious UUiBJ mailers, and are not expected to luive them. It is nlso the great weakness of all goerninent that we do not trust the people enough. We are Confronted in our American tra ' ditions with the ditliculty of n national church and the need of a national organization of religion. We keep our religion now for the seventh day, and look upon the clergyman and the politician as different ...

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. — 28 March 1908

jH The Garland Globe Igagggaf Pubflshsd Every Saturday at WW C.ARI.AND UTAK. EggggMfl . IBBbgO Term of Subscription: ISaggB On year (In advance) 11.60 MHH Hi montaa 75 EMHB Thra months BO jffiDj AdtrtTtlalng ratea fiirnlslW on af jfcK )lr.atl..ii ggggHE Entered an aerond-rlass matte HHH aHbniary 17. 190C. at Hi- postoftlce at HHV Garland, Utah, under the Act of (Jon- HH flMi of March S. HHBj ". A. WlKom Editor and Manager H . J L. TIME TABLE HHH PuMnpr No. 13 Piwniit No. .11 HHH BOUTH !' . NORTH BOUND HHH Sjr Malad 7:30 a m I.r Ilrlgham 6:10 p m HHB 1.t Garland 1:42 am I v Corinne :20 p at BBBBg Lt Tremont 1:47 am I. Tremonl ' i p ra H Lt Corinne 1:17 am L Garland :50 p m HH At Brtcham 9:40 am Ar Malad 1:10 p m I Connect with Caeha Connects with Cache B Vallejr train No 12 for Valley train Noll fruro Cgden and Halt Lake. Ocdon ami Salt Lake. B MIXED TRAIN. BBS. North Bound. BpB Leaves Ogden 8:20 a. ro. J " BriRham.. ..9:55 a, m. BBV M Corinne. ... 10:10 a. m. BBV Tremont. . .10:53 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. — 28 March 1908

4 mmmmmmmmmmm1pmm -- i , 1 Qood Jokes SUPPRESSION OF A BORE. Among the many kinds of fools there are In the world a place should be reserved for the man who, belnK onthnslastlc over the work of MM artist or the acting of some actor or the poems of some poet whom you re- gard with little favor, says: "Ion't you think Soandso Is great?" You have no desire to engage In an argument that you know will he profitless and you grudgingly answer: "Yes rath er." "I think he's the greatest man In his line now living, don't you?" he will go on. You still have the wish to shut him up by agreeing with him, and you therefore answer: "Uh huh." Then, instead of understanding, aa he should, that you wish to let the sub Ject be dropped he begins to tell you his reasons for believing Soandso Is the gteatest man on earth and follows you when you cross to another corner of the room on the pica that you wish to get out of a draught nr that you must have a breath of fresh air. Hav ing planted himself In fro...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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