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m The Garland Globe
H I A. Wixom, . . Editor nnrl Mngr.
H Telephone No 52
B TP.KMN UK N('H( llll'l ION
m One your (in hiIvmIICC) "I "'"
H Hlx months iW
H Three month
1 AdvcrtMlg rSIS fiirnihcil on hi
M Entered an aecond-claiw matter February 17.
H 1909. at the pout ufllcr at Garland. Utah, under
H the Act nf Confront of March 3. 1H79.
H Siili.irihers ho fnil to roCttvs their
papers regularly, pleSSS notify thisollire
H How a Travelling
M Man Regards Girls.
H There is a traveling man who
H inakfs EUehfleld OH his tours tor
H a firm in this staff that is due
B for a fall before long Be is
H alleged to have trouble on liis
H hands at Elsinore beenuse of
H illicit relations with a girl of
H that town. The other evening
H he was out with a Richfield girl
H until a late hour a girl of res-
H peeteble parentege hut who it I
H either to silly or too headetrong
H to pay attention to the advice
H of friends and relatives. An-
H other traveling man, who is a
H gentlemen, sometimes teeming-
H ly rare in the genus, making
H Hichiiehl ' from time to time,
H took the sporty traveling man
H to task for his course. He fold
H him that he should he ashamed
H of such actions inasmuch as he
H was married and had a family!
H whom he "ULrltt t reepect. The
H travelling man with the strong
H penchant for wayward and
H foolish girll had this to say of
1 the Richfield girl whom he had
K spent the evening with: "Well,!
' what can I do? This girl knows
m I'm married. She knows about
M that Klsinorc case, hut she is
fl simply smitten on me and
M will not stay away from me."
H Isn't that about the limit.'
M lie spends his time with a silly
M Richfield girl and when emui-
H strated with he does the old '
m Adam act, and Winnies the silly
b .rirl lot' his ouasedneaaf Qirls
M )' Richfield how does that suit
H you.' IsnM it ahout time to call
M a halt on the Ireshliess of the
M average travelling man in Rich-
H Qeldf Names will be given If it
H insisted upon. Richfield
H Sensible Girls.
H In certain western town
M there are a lot of very sensible
b girls who have banded them-1
M selves together under the name
m of the "Ladies' Marriageable
H League, M and last week they
H held a meeting ami adopted the
H following resolution:
H He it resolved, That we, the
H members of the Ladies' Mar-
H riageaiile League, do hereby
M agree not to marry any man
m who is not a patron of his home
m newspaper, for it is strong
M evidence of his want of intelli-
H genee, and that he will he too
H stingy to provide for family,
H or educate his children,
H support institutions for learn-
H ing in the community. K..
M lis A Top Notch Doer.
H Great deeds compel regard. The world
B rowns its doers. Thst'l why the Allied-
B nn people li'uc orowned Dr. King
M Mew His. overy the Kiog of I'liionl ;uhI
1 Lung remedies. Bverji Mom Is i health
Hfl force, p. kills germe, mil soldi ssd Is
H grippe vimish, it h.-.-iis oougbrsoked
HHm BMSriweaes sod eougbiog stops, Snre-pin
H flamed bronebisl tabes anil lungs are
H rared sod bemorrbsgss ossm. Dr. Geo.
B More, Blsofe Jack, N. C, writes "itemed
1 ne of long trouble, pronounced bopeleu
B :y all doctors." 50c, 11.00. Trial bottle
Hl free, t"Jn ii ,1 u i d by AH Dniifirlsts.
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It Heems hard for Rome
people to fully understand the
laws ami regulations eoncerning
registration, and registration
agents are often censured be
cause the names of people who
registered tit the last period of
registration but failed to vote,
are not on the official register.
Kor this reason we publish
the following pointers that may
be of interest to the public
The official register, each
year, is a list of the names of
I people who east their votes at
I the polls on election day and
although you may have register
ed prior to the election, if you
did not go to the polls and cast
your vote, your name is not
carried onto the official register.
Be sure to register, or see that
your name is on the official
register and if vou register, he
SUBK TO VOTE then your
mime goes onto the official
register year after year.
Once registered and if you
vote at every election your
name is carried forward to the
official register and that's all
there is to it.
But should you fail to vote at
any election, your name is left
off the the official register and
before you are entitled to cast
your ballot again, you must
No More Small Checks.
A new federal statute which
goes into effect on Jan. 1st, baa
caused considerable discussion
among hanking men since its
provisions have become known.
The law forbids the issuance of
any check in a sum of less than
one dollar. The violation can he
punished by a heavy fine and
imprisonment. Utah Independent.
The Western Publisher, a
wide awake paper published in
Chicago, III., in its issue of Oct.
6th, gave the names of ."(K of
the most progressive news
papers of the United States
who are using the special ready
print service of the Western
Newspaper l'n ion. In the
Utah list, we find the Garland
Globe is mentioned as one of
the "Progressive" papers of the
state and W6 feel proud to he
numbered with the Progressive
't would he pleased to have our read
irs, and (he public geaetsUj, (.end in
4UCh iteSBS of DOWS SS may (Mine undei
their o!i-ervation, N.ieh as birth, deaths
lusrrlsges, goings and comings, otc
Mirny things transpire that we may over
iiOaf, hence we uU you to assist ur. in
hi matter that WO may he aide to puli
i Ii Ml I he lieu I
Do beet wagons and hayracks
belong to the Board of Educa
Free directions on
circular and inside
A Womans Friend.
(Mail Orders prompt I
Price .tL'.lKI. j
Layton Drug Co
Did you see the school van
(Hayrack) come into town from
Garland North Monday!
wlkt 6 3 YEARS'
U(L kxp- uience
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flr Trt' X Mark
J" i eaiGNS
r Copy :htsAc
AtiTono" ''i '! c inttntitna
dlllrUf it if' hi-tlicr ao
lii.oiiiln i '""nimunlra-
d' iisatricl '' on fatrnta
i-M fo-n. . .spatatiit.
I'afrnri I... .t Co. recelTt
tfitnalniitur, W, ttttfci
Scien:; I: i;:am
A haniliomotT Itlv-- Iffrtn, l.rrent cr-
culaiimi if i" t ai '. crni. 13 a
roar; four months. ' . ljl. ' newitlealers.
Branch oil" i .. 1. i:
Eipht grade students from
Ciarland North must feel proud
to ride to town in a beet wagon.
runs lignter than any
lasts longer than any
is more heautiTul than 3
has less vibration 1
than any other. J
is easier to operate
than any other.
makes a more perfect
stitch than any other.
is the test or all com
bined in one.
FREE SEWING MACHINE CO.
CHICAGO 11 ILLINOIS
For Sale by
Garland Merc. Co.
Dont Fail to Get Box Elders Special!
What's this girl's naiin-.
Tell OS and you will get $$$$$$ $ $ $ $ for Christmas presents.
A time njro a buliy girl WSJ bmn. it was the first, ut the fuinily conclave
tin- faiini wished t name her EUGENIE WILHBLMINA, the mother objecting,
h iiHine was llimlly isleeted Oontslolog the siiine number of letters ns the name
leleoteo bjf the fa bar. The dsshes following represent the girl's uamc:
Thai Is there are seven letters io the girl's first nasu snd ten letters in her
mill. He niinif I'd the lust himiii lendnfl 11 OOrNOt oluilnn of the girl's name
ISO il cash 1 will be given; to the second SSO; to the third $15; to the fourth $10
iitnl to the 5th .r, Snd to nil Oth N I J SSr'l subscription to the Western Monthly.
UKMK.MHKU IT COSTS NOTHINU TO ( IOU PETE HUT ONLY ONE SOLU
TION WILL BE RECEIVED FROM BACH PERSON EXCEPT UNDEIt THE
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: All persous sending 1 for one year subscription
to the Western Monthly may Mibmlt Hi names, those sending 50 cents tor ft
month's subscriptions may submit 5 mimes, and those sending 25 cents for three
month's, sjuhwrPikMi WT J'lbPK2 Bjintfi Tht tHTtlffM cpntsjphag the girrs
jtiaine will bo opened two ifays befors Cluistmas and pii.es aw'ardctt "on (Thrfstinas "
day. The Western Monthly Is a bright breezy magazine, the only publication of
its kind with a national circulation published in Utah and should bo in every
Western home. SEND YOUR hubhceiptions AND SOLUTIONS TO
Circulation Dept. Western Monthly,
P, 0. Box U98, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Garland Meat Market
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rS.THOMAS & BINGHAM, Props.
Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds
Coupon Books Hold I Free Delivery to
at a Big Discount for Cash I ALL PA UTS OF TOWN
Olvp nn a trial and we will do the rest pg" Chickens and Vetl Wanted "SJSj
f Turkey Red!
I Seed Wheat for Sale 1 v
;S Also Drills, and other im. ft
4 plements for the season's & I
requirements together with
Lumber, Building Material, Shelf Goods dj
r Grain Bags, etc. See us for Bargains. "A
Farmers' Cash J nion, I
p David Holmgren, Mgr. 3 Tremonton, Utah. A
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DO YOU SELL BUTTER' Th ,,w "U' ou mu,t u,e But,,r '
'" IVM ot--t- B""tBi Thl Form Complio with th law:
price ie ounces GARLAND
ioo 75c SEPARATOR BUTTER .
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. VVL ' ' ' ' GARLAND UTAH Aeelk-
i.ooo .... $2.50 I I OFFICE
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! C. J. CAMPBELL NOTARY PUBLIC snd
I .w INSURANCE AGENT
Petersen's Meat Marketiss
Factory Street, X Garland, Utah.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries
Fish and Game in Season.
I 1 4fc
b very thing First Class.
. A Complete Line of Staple Groceries Constancy On Hnd.
! THE garlanFcluF
! eph cuoMTs?("',er Choice Wines, Liquors
IGarLnd, Utah and CigaiS
Billiard and Pool Room in Connection.
Don't l.ei liisluy Oct the Bsst of You (Jet the Hest of Wlilskey St the Club
I JOSEPH JENSEN
! g? GARLAND, UTAH.
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II THE PALACE "BARBERrSHOP
H F. Miller, Proprietor. Owens Block, Garland, Utah
Shi.ing. Hair Cattiof, Shimpooinj and Maitag. Agent for Offden Steam
New Electric Manage Machine. i i
Saaittry rules strictly observed. LaUttOry
Is our Kobby and we are prepared
. totvirxv jqU. .neat. work. at j;ea&oi.
able rates, m: Give us a. chance to
figure with you on your next order
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