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H The Garland Globe
H Editor and Mnef.
H Telephone No 52
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BBBBJ Entered an wennrt-cann matter February 17,
BBBBJ 190t. at the pout office nt (iarlaml, Utah, under
BBBBJ the Act of Convraia of March 8. 1879.
H Nil liter tlicra who fnil to receive their
BBBfl papers regularly, pltMM notify this office
H Walked Across
H the Plains.
H A Imost. every day the pupers
H contain a report of the death
H of Bomo aged man or woman
H herein Utah; and almost the
H first .statement after the fact of
H demise is that "he walked a-
H cross the plains"; or, "she was
H one of the hand of pioneers who
H helped with the handcart fori
H gadc from the Missouri river
H to Utah, in" and then followed
The record will not he con
tinned much longer. Those old
men and women are passing
BBH away. And with them will go
H something absolutely unique in
H American history. Those innni-
H grants must have had a sublime
H purpose, a mighty hope, a most
H alluring picture of the life uwuit-
H rag them in the distant wilder-
H ness. They didn't expect to
H (iiid it a flowering (garden of
B Eden, by any means. They
H knew that labor and hardship
H would be their portion even
B when they reached the Promis-
M ed land. Hut they mingled their
B religions sspistlons with their
H early hop SOlutely
no limit to sacrifice or exertion.
m And no matter what is the
H motive for a devotion of that
BBE sort, it builds character.
H It makes strong the purpose,
H tenacious the will, resolute the
H spirit; it builds fortitude, and
H enriches courage. People who
H pass through such experiences
H as those of the aged men and
I women whose dying full of years
H and of honors is now so frcquent-
H ly recorded in the papers, are tit
H for the battle of life, no matter
H how hard thot conflict may be.
H They certainly lay deep and
H broad the foundations of the
H commonwealth. And the chil-
H drop who come after them have
H it splendid inspiration for all
H the loftier impulses of their own
H lift OS give the tribute of
Hl reverent honor to the veteran
H who have done their work, who
H have left their example of tasks
H accomplished under tremendous
H difficulties,! I iff us honor them
B as they remain with us, and
B bow the head in solemn sorrow
B as they fare to the (ircat Be-
B yond. B.erald-Bepublican
English Fruit Pudding J
m 8oak one half of a pound of
mm stale breed-crumbe one eup-
IB inl of scalded milk one hour.
H Add two thirds of a cupful of
1 sugar, the beaten yolks of five
H eggs, one cupful of raisins seed-
H ed (cut in pieces and dredged
CHRISTMAS IS COMING!
Our Special Line of
Toys & Xmas Presents
just received. Shop
early & get first choice.
Prices away down
that's what cash does.
Call and see us, You
are always Welcome.
Make out your list, get out in
the bracing air and come to
Soothes' Store at Garland and
select the gifts you intend giv
ing your loved ones.
Good Merchandise of all kinds.
We can save you money. Money
saved is money made.
Some people are accused of
talking too much, but no one is
ever taken to task for talking
We have the goods you want
them Let's trade.
Rwfh Mercantile and
LHvllllV Produce Company
q Where You Get the Best.
with one and one half table
spoonfuls of Hour,) two thirds
of a cupful of eurrants, one half
of a cupful of chopped English
walnut meats, one half of a cup
ful of finely chopped tigs, and
one half of a cupful of finely
cut citran. Chop one half of a
pound of suet and work until j
creamy, using the hands. Add
to first mixture, and when
thoroughly mixed, add one half
of a grated nutmeg, three fourths
of teaspoonful of cinnamon,
one third of a teaspoonful of
cloves, one third of a teaspoon
ful of mace eild one and one
half teaspoonfuls of salt; then
add the whites of five eggs,
beaten until stiff. Turn into a
buttered ring mold, cover with
buttered paper and steam four
and one half hours. Women's
HomeCompanion for December.
Rich Men's Gifts are Poor
beside this: "T want to go on
record as saying that 1 regard
Klectric Bitters as one of the
greatest gifts that God has
made to woman, writes Mrs. O.
Rhinevault, of Vestal Center,
N. Y., "lean never forget what
it has done for me." This
glorious medicine gives a wonnt n
buoyant spirits, vigor of body
and jubilant health. It quickly
cures Nervousness, Sleepless
ness, Melancholy, Headache,
Hackache, Fainting and Dizzy
Spells; soon builds up the weak,
ailing and sickly. Try them.
50c at All Diuggists.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
All Work Guaranteed.
Natural Wood Finishing a
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I Sewing Machine 3
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I 15 FREE 3
I last longer than any 1
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any other. I
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I Ls leai vibration S
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I tt SEWING MACHINE CO. I
I CHICAGO it ILLINOIS I
For Salo by
Garland Mere. Co.
norland Meat Market
V M h 'Mill MHM
crSTHOMAS & BINGHAM, Props.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats of All Kinds
Coupon Books Sold at a Delivery to
Big Discount for Cash. A11 Parts of rown-
Give us a trial and we ill do Chickens & Veal Wanted
tne rest. Groceries! Groceries I
. . as " s i
Petersen's Meat Marketo
Factory Street, X Garland, Utah.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries
Fish and Game in Season. 1
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
A Complete Line of Staple Groceries Constantly On Hand.
THE GARLAND CtUB I '
55 coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors
OarLnd, otah and Cigars............
Billiard and Pool Room in Connexion.
Don't Let Whiskey Get the Best of You,
Get the Best of Whiskey at the Club.
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C. J. G. "PBELL ROTARY PL'BLIC aid I
5 mmz AGENT
II JOSEPH JENSEN...
j NOTARY PUBLIC.
J mma garland, utah.
THE PALACE BARBER SHOP
H. F. Miller, Proprietor. Owens EIocV Gsrhri. Utah
Skavinf, Hair Culling, Shtmpooiag and Maiiafc. p , Steam
N.w EUc.nc Ma...f Macfcia,. Laundry .
Sanitary rulea alnctij obtcrTM. '
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Dont Fail to Get Box Elder's Special!
What's this girl's mmui.
Tell us and you will get $$$$$$$$$$ for Christmas presents.
A time ngo h baby girl w9 bom; it wrk the llrst, at the family conclave
the father wished to name her KUOKNIK WIMIKI.MINA, the mother objecting,
a name was finally selected containing the same number of letters as the uamo
selected by the fa'her. The dashes following represent the girl's name:
That is there are seven letters in tho girl's first name and ten letters in her
middle iiHme To tho first person sendng a correct solution of the girl's uamo
$50 in cash will be given; to the second 20; to the third $15; to the fourth 110
Mini to the 5th 95, and to all others a year's subscription to the Western Monthly.
REMEMBER IT 008TB NOTHING TO COMPBTB HUT ONLY ONE SOLU
TION WILL BE RECEIVED FROM EACH PERSON EXCEPT UNOER THE
FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: All persons sending 1 for one year subscription
to the Western Monthly may Mibmit 10 mimes, those sending 50 cents for 6
month's subscriptions may submit 5 names, and those sending 25 cents for three
month's subscription mav submit 2 DMMB, The cnvvlopc containing the girl's
name will be opened two days before Christinas and piizes awarded on Christmas
day. The Western Monthly is a bright breeiy man sine, the only publication of
its kiud with a national circulation published In Utah and should be in every
Western home SEND YOUR 8UBSCL1PTIONS AND SOLUTIONS TO
Circulation Dept. Western Monthly,
P, (). Box 1288, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
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Is our hobby and we are prepared
to tvirn ovit neat work at reason
able rates. Give us a. chance to
figure with you on your next order
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