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H THK OAKLAND GLOBE.
H The Garland Globe
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M AALANO UTAH,
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H February 17, 190C, at the postofflco at
H Garland, Utah, under the Act of Con-
M tress of March 3,
H 4, A. Wlaam .... Editor and Manager
M Saturday, Sept. 15, 1906
m It's Easy to Run a Newspaper,
H Did you over count the word in a
column of a newspaperf Tlicru are owr
H a thousand word In a column. Snppou-
fl you alt down and write ono thousand
word on one subject and another thorn
H and on another till you have written
about fifteen thousand words. Try It
H and ace If It I right easy. Keep that
gait up for a month. Then chaic a local
H Item all ovrr town and after you have
Hi-cured the facta all right, condense
them In a few lines, an hour' work, that
can be read In a few seconds, Do this
for a down Item that seem Insignificant
1 after they are printed, but which you
know are Important, then haro tho Item
H criticised and tho Inaccuracies pointed
out to you when It I too late to correct
B them. Oh ye It' dead cuiy to conduct
B a newspaper, Kx.
M VARIOUS QRADE8 OF POVERTY.
M Of Thtm All, the "Oantaal" Kind
H Cauaaa Moat Suffering.
H A treat majority of u linow what
i It ta to he poor, to flRht the battle
H against such odda a sometimes make
H the contest appear an almost hopeless
Hj one. Povert", howaTtr, la a relntlve
H term. To the man who Is low In the
H acale poverty mean acute physical
H auferinca for lack of necessary food
Hj an1 shelter. To othera poverty mrana
H the surrender of certain comfort la
which every man feels ho has a rlptht
H to share. nut of all poverty that
H classed aa "(rented" doubtless causes
H more widespread suffering than any
H other kind. This Is the poverty of the
H families that are trying to keep up a
H social pace which they ean not afford;
H the poverty of the woman who can
H not "cat along" on her husband' aal
H ary and wear what aha con aiders suit-
t able (owns for her club meetings:
H the poverty of the young man who
Hi tries to shine out of true proportion to
H his Income: the poverty of the made-
H over gowns and the shiny coats. In-
H disnspolU Nows.
gH - :
H University of Utah.
H The University of Utah Is making
M rapid strides with lu State School of
H Mines and It HUto Normal School. It Is
H attracting many young rocu and women
i from all over the State and from many
other states a Idaho, Wyoming, Iowa,
Minnesota, Illinois, Washington, Mam-
H J chusutts, Montana, Mexico and Oregon.
H The highest kind of prnlsc has been
H I given by educators of the United States
H and Canada to the excellent work done
H In the different department and school
B' of the University. In fact the work of
H tbo University I so well recognized In
H 1 other states that the institution has been
B placed upon the accredited lists of thono
B states. It gradustcs are getting into
BBb j responsible positions In thu chooU and
BH I in all thu various Industries of our tato
HBl ' and other states In thu Union. Students
HP of thu University of Utah arc found to.
HHl day lu my responsible position in
HBJ smelters, mines, government employ.
HBi meitt, mercbandUlug, stock raising,
HHl fanning, and medicine and are holding
HBl many public aud Important private posl.
B tlons. The people throughout the state
HBJ ' and other states aro beginning to realize
H that the Htato University of Utah is
Hl coming to thu frout. The University,
H being situated at Salt Lake City, the
HHj young man or young woman has many
HBJ ' advantagu. Hundreds of things out-
HH side of the school room of vast Import-
HBf nce In life can bo learned. The Normal
H student baa the advantage of vl.iltlng
HB tome of the finest school buildings and
HBj. to become acdualutcd with one of tho
H best systems of scbooli in the country.
HH1 Tlw location of the University icousId
Hr end by President Augull of Mlehlgun
HH ' University tobcouu of the four fluent
H sites for university lu tho world. lu
1 the summer school of tho University
Ha tils year there are QUI students from
H?f tweoty.four counties of thu Statu of
H if Utah and from other states and ttrrl-
B' torles in the Union as California, Kansas,
Hi Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Wisconsin,
H j i New York, Wyoming, Idnlana, Arltoua,
K ' Jf,w Milco, South Dakota,
A J FIFE W CLARK
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R. Murie, ro,1Z,Ki,.
Zlon: Her Uate nnd Temple, a new
book w It It colored plates and descriptive
verKofor each picture by Utah and Col
orado poets. Thu Illustrations nrc from
original photogruph by Mr, Charles II.
Savagu of Salt Lake City, and the color
reproduction aru In soft tints, having a
Muter-color effect. Prominent among
thu contributor aro: .losupblnu Spencer
of tho DcHcrct News, Mr, llattiu C. Jen
sen of Salt Knko City, Huth Mny Fox of
Salt Lake City nnd Walter Juan Davis
of thu Denver Post: The publisher be
lieve that the Mormon people will give
their kindly support to this work, iw It
Is sure to kciU to friend In tho cast
or abroad that aro Interested lu Utuh's
hceulc attructluu. A hitherto unpub
lished portmlt of Urigham Young iu
scpla tint linuuof several full page Il
lustrations. Price 75 CentM.
KriuikS. Thayer, Publisher, Denver,
A First-Class agent wanted Inuvcry
County. Liberal Tcrim. Address the
AMIR1CAN AND FRENCH 0.1 RL
Fermar Will Enjoy Herself DssplU
Dafecta In Her Toilet
"How do American girls one meats
In tho streets compare with thalr
French cousins?" echoed Jullen Tier
sot, French author, nfter he bad lec
tured before Mrs. Roosevelt and a
company of her frlenda In the Whit
House, aaya tho New York Press.
"Well, the thine which Impresses me
aa moat characteristic Is the Independ
ence of the American girl and the ob
Uous Indifference to her general ap
pearance. For Instance, I think an
American girl would what you call
Jump Into her garmenta and run down
town If she bad anything especial to
do. Bho would not mind If her hair
got a little blown or that she looked
ns If got up In a hurry. Now, a French
girl would die rather than appear on
the Htrects unless her batr had been
arranged In tho latest fashion and her
attire was Just tho correct ono for that
hour. Always a well-gowned French
girl has her hair puffed and curlnd,
and her faoe Is covered with the
proper style of veil. Nothing would
persuade her to go out until ovcry de
tail was perfect. The American girl
evidently does not attach the name
Importance to her appearance. Bho
will go out and enjoy herself in aplte
of defects In her toilets. To the
stranger she presents a wholemtne
and happy If somewhat carelesa air
that la fascinating."
"John, de-r." says thi fond wtfa,
"I was rummaging thr.ugh an old
trunk to-day, and 1 found a poem you
wrote to mo before we were married.
Don't you went me to rend It to you?"
"Amaryllis," declares tho husband,
a desperate gleam coming Into his
eyes, "If you read thnt thing to me,
I swear I'lll get that old picture we
ha'd taken, In which you Insisted upon
resting one hand on my shoulder and
holding one of my hands In your
other one, nnd have It framed ajsd
hung in the library!"
"Just before you mnrrl'd me rival,
false woman," hissed the vidian, "you
told me you loved me. I ahnll tell
him of it nnd expose your treachery."
"Go as far a you like," said the
beauty, carelessly. "I told him about
it mselt to-day, and he didn't believe
It Said It waa Impossible, because
he knew I had ordinary Intelligence."
"Foiled again I"
And tho gallery broke Into a storm
est applause Cleveland Leader.
CENTURIES BEHIND THE TIMES.
Eeeentrle Qerman Lives In Feudal
Style and Ratda Neighbors.
The well-known German anti-Semite,
Count Puockler, was heavily fined
by the court of Qlognn recontly, In
consequence of ono of the eccentrici
ties which have gained for him the
title of modern Don Quixote, saya the
Count Puecklor maintains a corps
of mounted dependenta, with whom,
when not frightening Jews from his
own estate, he frequently makes ex
peditions Into neighboring properties.
On one of these excursions the
count and his ratalnera chanced upon
a farm ynrd, where thrashing was in
progress under the supervision of tho
steward of the estate. On seeing
amoke rising from the machine the
count, who abhor modern Invention,
d'spatchod n patrol, who ao terrified
the farm hands that they sought rcf
ugo tinder the thrashing machine.
The steward ordered the patrol away,
whereupon the valiant count himself
rode his horse at the steward and
forced him also to seok safety behind
On another occasion the patrol re
ported a number of women working
In a potato fleld, whereupon the count
led his cnvalry to the attack, and,
waving his whip, forced the enemy to
seek any meana of shelter.
The count explained In court that
the whnlo affair wait a harmless Joke,
and thnt the country people under
stood his way.
"Uut I absolutely cannot compre
hend the present time." be added,
"for natural man Is no longer under
stood. We live In a period of degen
eration and decadence."
The Judge said ho had doubta as to
whether the count waa In his right
mind, but considered blm responsible
for his actions.
WORSE THAN ALCOHOL SLAVERY
Clay Eatera Unable to Qlve Up De
Clay caters are found In the West
Indies, Hondurns nnd some of the re
gions round the Orinoco. They aro
not necessarily of any particular
tribe, for even whites haro fallen vic
tims to this degrading and fatal hab
it. The habit is rontrntccd at as ear
ly an age as 12 years, and the crav
ing once acquired appears to be Irre
alstlble. Confirmed clay eatera will
Ho down and lick the earth when
the edible clay Is found.
They suffer from chronic dyspepsia
and emaciation; but. In splto of the
pain and weakness, they cannot do
without tho clay any more than the
confirmed drunkard can do without
bis alcohol. In some localities this
clny la whitish gray, sometimes yellowish-pink.
There appears to be
lime In It, and also thu remalna of
mtnute organisms. It Is sometlmea
eaten baked nnd sometimes raw.
A confirmed clny cater will take
four, Ave or even six pounds a day.
Water Is drunk with It. At length
the habit seems to give as aversion
not only to other kinds of food but
also to alcoholic drink. Aa soon ai
this stage Is reached the eating of
clay Invariably causes death.
find Olrl Singer and Athlete.
Helen Masow, a graduate of the
State Institute for tho Blind at Berke
ley, Cal., 1 well known In musical cir
cles through her Una voice and she la
now creating much Interest because of
her participation In athlotlcs. She la
an oxpert skater at the sk-.tlng rink,
besides being an' ardent horsewoman,
riding through the streets and lanes
with as much confidence aa her more
A Bltsr Left
"How does our grandmother get
along now that sho has lost all her
"Ob. all rlrht, Von know ahe has
HUSBAND MAKES GOOD 8CREEN.
How One Tactful Wife Eacapes
The first, tho best and the most
ptauslble screen Is the namo of the
man of the house. If n tiresome ac
quaintance Insists thnt you give a sub
scription for tho reformation of the
natives of Tlmbuctoo, look at her
pleasantly and say: "I should be de
lighted, dear Mrs. Smith but
George" then pause and regard her
earnestly. Ten to one she will both
er you no further, even though she
knows Ocorge give you unlimited pin
money and directs you to draw on his
bank account for anything more you
wish. Assailed by a friend who
wishes your assistance In forming a
boresomo and wholly unnecessary
club, merely raise tbo eyebrows nnd
murmur sadly: "Yes, Alice, all very
lovely but )ou know George." These
last words In a vory significant voice
will bring you Immunity from any
club-founding duttts. Yet tho friend
may know George, know him very
well, Indeed, nnd know that he would
not care a rap If his wife belonged to
a dozen club. Dut what a useful
scroen ho makesl Sophlo Kerr Un
derwood In Woman's Home Companion.
Editor I cannot tolerate such spell
ing ns this. You have here the word
"suburban" spelled "sub-bourbon."
New writer Yes; but haven't you
noticed the scene of the plot ia laid
In Kentucky Judge.
But Cured by ChambcrUln'i Colic. ChoUrasnd
"When my boy was two year old hu
had a very severe attack of bowel com
plaint, but by the use of Chamberlain'
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy
wo brought him out all right," say Mag
gie Illekox.of Midland, Mich. This rem
cdy cau bo depended upon lu thu moat
severe cases. Even cholera infantum I
cured by it. Follow tho plain printed
direction nnd a cure 1 certain. For
salo by Hltcr Uros. Drug. Co.
The sign ot the
is where you find
Practical Watch-maker and gen
Chairman of Board John T. Lant
f H. C. Vanausdeln
Member Joi j,nieil
IT. H. Edwards
Clerk IL L. Busk
Treasurer Jae Jeaisa
Marshal George HenrU
Justice of Peace H C Yanausdsln
MOAXD Or STMALTBt
T.H. Edwards Johm Lent
Governor John C Culler
Secretary Charles 8 Tlngsy
Atty. General M A Drsddsa
Auditor J A Edwards
Treasurer James Christiansen
Supt. of Public Instruction
State Senator 1st DUtrlot Pstsr CUgg
Representative F W FUhbura
Judge First Judicial District
W W Maugho
District Attorney Fred J Holloa
Chairman County Commissioners
A W Valentine
OosaaJasloMr, Iowa String
Oess miss lomer, Keltoi,
B H Jones
County Clerk X J.VaUntlns
Prosecuting Attorney 0 E Foxlsy
Treasarer 8 K Col
Bherif Joseph Josephsou
Recorder Christina Madita
Assessor Ellas Jsassa
Couaiy Superiatendeat of Schools
A E Jsaaea
Burvvyer, Deweyville J N Heldaway
Fish k Oeme Warden Ella Jensen Jr
County Physician Dr. K A Psarss
Water Commissioner K P Andersen
COUNTY BOARD OF HEALTH.
A W YaUatlM Chairman
Pr. RAParse Secretary
M B Meet .east I RJee, mambeie of
rmeull Jwcteet OautotWt
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fieJ4 II Ke41er leraeeCeiT
pew Wree AL Meknma M f Tbaneea
LHekUae Frank Welket Sever Wees
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fcewUae fhee Lew, lu H Wett
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Real Estate, Loans
Will sell your land, will buy you a home, will insure your property
will loan you money.
If you want to buy or sell, call on or address J
H. C. Vanausdeln, or C. J. Campbell,
GARLAND, - UTAH.
-O..SL TIME TABLE -
rnnarer No. 32 Pasaenrer No. 31
-SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND-
Lv Mated 7:15 am Lv Drlgham 8:10 p m
Lt Garland 8:40 am Lv Corinne 620 p m
Lv Tremont 8:46 am Lv Tremont 8:48 p m
Lv Corinne 9 M am Lv Garland (SSpm
Ar Brisham 0:40 am Ar Malad 8:30 p m
Connects with Cache Connect with Cache
Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from
Ogxlen and Salt Lake. OaMen and Salt Lake.
Leaves Ogden 8:20 a. m.
' Brigham 9:55 a. m.
" Corinne 10:10 a.m.
14 Tremont.. ..10:52a.m.
" Garlund . . . . 1 1 :2o a. m.
Arrives at Malad 1 too p. m.
Leaves Malad 1 :ao p. m.
Garlrnd 3:25 p.m.
Tremont 3 Hop m.
" Corinne ....4:30 p.m.
Brigham, 4:55 p.m.
Arrives at Ogden 6:25 p m.
F. L. Scokielu,
From South n .35 a. m.
Going South 3:10 p.m.
Mails arrive from Penrose and
way at 10:30 a. m.
Mails leave tor Penrose and
way at 11.50 a. m.
Office hours from 8 a. m. to (I p. m.
Eva C. Wilcox,
The laxative effect of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets Is so ngrco.
ablo and so natural you can hardly
rcallzo that It Is produced by a medicine.
These tnblcts also cure indigestion and
lilllousuess. Prlco 25 ceuts. Samples
free at Rlter Uros. Drug Co. j
Go to the Sasser Restaurant for Ico
Crenm, Cholco Candies and Cold Sum. i
mer Drinks. tf
As n drcsslcg tor sores, bruises and
burns, Chamberlain's Salvu Is all that
can bo desired. It is soothing and heal- M t
ing in its effect. Price 25 cents. Fo 1
Salo by Rlter Uros. Drug Co.
Hawks It Layton
Contractors & Builders
Estimates and Material furnished
for all kinds of buildings.
Phono No. 8r Garland, Utiib
Palace Barber' Shop
HARRIS & PERKINS, Props.
Shaving, Halr-cuttlng, Shampooing nnd
Sanitury Rules Strictly Observed.
Ilamuud Hath aud Massngu Parlont
Agents for Western Steam Laundry.
Next to Club Saloon Garland, Utalf' Jk
Next Door East of Boothc'a
Mrs. Ava Sttssr,
Regular Meals and Lunches are Bervti,
The Beat Place In Tho City.
A, R, SMITH & CO,
Fresh tad Cured Meats and Greea Groceries,
Fish and Game ia Seaaoa.
Garland Utakpt ,
E Bank of Garland
W If Rlter, president, j y, w ntw Vhmm R
Themta R Cutler, vlca-prsil, hr, Ow Bomn.j, Oso T Odsty
John R Cutler, Horace O Whl
O. J. Caaapbsll, cashier. 1 y. VT D LewU, Moslak XtM
1 and Walter P Eaton.
Transacts general banking business. Exchange drawaosi tha
principal cities of the United States and Europe.
Open a savings account with us io your yauth and provlda for
old age. ;
Safety d?posh boxes for rent.- ft
ytve (jorland CJub,
Eph Coomb , Prop. )
Choice Wines, Liqaera and Cigars
BeUiard and Pool Room ia Coaacctioa,