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M The Garland Globe
U l .. i(im, KdftofMd Mngr,
H Telephone No 52
H Due (n ni i o
B in lis
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H IdrrrtUIng rale riirnUbcil nn up
B Kiit'T'l M Hcn)-clitnH mutter Kubruarv 17,
H 11KI. n( the iiofit 'iflrc lit (iarland. Utah. umlcr
H the Act f ConarvfR if March I, Mil
B Stth .-rilier !) full ti rrrciw their
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H Facts About Utah.
H A ira in KpUtfe miles 84,!KMJ.
H Ana iiiiMMts, 64,993,000.
M Kxntini' breadth, mile, 275.
H Extreme length, mile, 340.
H Population, 340,000.
B Number of familiefl in state 75,
M State rank according to pop-
M illation, 48.
fl Forest reserves in neres, 7,
B Kevenne to state from forest
m reeercvi, $33,681.
M Hortieiiituial, products, $1,1
H (train crop, $8,000,000. ,
H Dairy products, $2,200,000.
H Poultry and egg, $0.0,000.
H Bogar beets, $l,!r00,000.
B Sheep, ii umber, 3,115000,
LH Live gtoek industry, $17,0.'(i,
m Dividends from mines, 1000,
M Dividends from mines since
industry started, $tK).000,000.
Goal output, 1908, $2,0")1,00().
M Contents, Ttali coal fields in
m Bydro-carbom in state worth
M ( 'enient output in 1!M)8, barrels, I
M Spends for education, per
P School attendance, 81,553.
M School population, 08,(500.
H Salt prodnet, 1908, worth $l;o, !
M Zero mark at lake, feet above
MM level, 4,1.5.
1 Eighth largest state in union; ;
1 admitted to union January 4,!
18. Sego Lily ii state flower.
H Telephones Do Not
H Spread Disease.
M The notion that disease is!
fl communicated by telephone j
M mouthpieces was freely spread.
M about some years ago by pro-1
B moters of atrachments offered
H as a remedy for his alleged
H The question of transmission
H of disease by telephone mouth-I
H pieces was, at that time, sub-
H mi t ted to an eminent New York
H bacteriologist, who conducted
M tests upon mouthpieces of va-
H rial types, and also took "cul-
H tures" from mouthpieces of
M public telephones used by hmi-
H dreils of persons daily. At the
same period similar tests were
-onducted by competent scieu-
tists in Boston, London, Buff
H ulo and other cellars.
These seperate investigations
H yielded a common result. No
disoase germs -ould be detect
H ed. Danger was declared neg-
ligible. No case of transmission
H of disease has ever been traced
H to the telephone.
H Only one precaution was re-
H commended by investigators
WM that of cleanliness, such as
I keeping the mouthpieces free
from dust, and washing them
occasionally with soap and
One of the attachments offer-
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IS A DOLLAR MADE
WOur special line of toys and Xmas presents just in.
Going fast! Why not come TO-DAY!
(iifts Men Like Shaving sets, glove boxes, manicure sets, socks,
handkerchefs (silk or plain,) watches, watch fobs, cuff links.
j necktie boxes, hats, neckwear, umbrellas, shirts, gloves, shoes,
trunks, razors, hats suspenders, sweaters, underwear, mufflers,
slippers, suit cases, rings, scarf pine, collars, etc
Gifts Women Like Toilet sets, handkerchief boxes, lace
waists, unibrelhis, hat pins, purses, fancy hosiery, beveled
mirrors, manicure sets, colored silks, shoes, slippers, evening
coats, back combs, boxes of handkerchiefs, fancy bracelets, dress
goods, bracelet!, black silks, umbrellas, furs, shawls, broaches,
hand bags, lace collarettes, fascinators, etc.
(iifts for Boys and Oirls Handkerchiefs, neckwear, watches,
cuff links, purses, mechanical toys, trumpets, pocket knives,
suspenders, watch fobs, bracelets, holiday hose, racers, toys,
railway trunks, mufflers, scarf pins, broaches, flexible flyers,
balls, wagons, reading books, umbrellas, finger rings, coral
beads, games, dolls, candy and nuts, etc.
Something tor frothing.
Commencing Monday, Dec. 13th While they last
You can have one piece "DISHES" for every $2
in CASH traded at our store groceries not in
cluded. They are nice. See our window.
RrinthP a"5' and
UUUIIIC Produce Company
CJ Where You Get the Best. J
ed at the time the germ scare
started contained a fragrant
fluid said to be destructive to
germs. A bacteriologist placed
some real germs on a telephone
mouthpiece fitted with this at
tachment and left it twenty-four
hours. When opened the germs
were alive and well. He stated
that this fluid had no germicidal I
properties, but merly gave
It was also shown that agita
tion by promoter! of attach
ments rested on no srientihV
knowledge, but was purely a
"scare" organized for selfish
Therefore, talk freely into the !
telephone mouthpiece, and
close enough to give clearness.
Rest assured that there there is
no likelihood of either contract
ing or spreading disease in this
m a n n e r. Suggestion Book,
New York Telephone Company.
Rich Men's Gifts are Poor
beside this: "I want to go on
record as saying that I regard
Electric Bitters as one of the
greatest gifts that God has
made to woman, writes Mrs. O.
Khinevault, of Vestal Center,
N. Y., "I caii never forget what
it has done for me." This
glorious medicine gives a woman
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.
00c at All Di uggists.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
All Work Guaranteed.
Natural Wood Finishing a
runs lighter than any
lasts longer than any
is more beautiful than
ha less vibration
than any other.
if easier to operate
than any other.
makes a more perfect
stitch than any other.
is the bett or all com
bined in one.
fREE SEWING MACHINE CO.
CHICAGO II ILLINOIS
For Sale by
Garland Merc. Co.
Garland Meat Market I
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rTHOMAS 8r BINGHAM, Props.S k:
r-Dealen in Freeh and Cured Meats of All Kinds L
Coupon B,,oks Bold at a Free Delivery to f
Big Discount for Sash. A" 1arts ()f T()Wn-
Give us a trial and we will do y Chickens ft Veal Wanted"
taet. Groceries! Groceries 1
Petersen's Meat Market E
Factory Street, A Garland, Utah. m
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries (.
Pish and Game in Season. ,
EYEKYTHIXO FIRST CLASS.
i A Complete Line of Staple Groceries Constantly On Hand.
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THE GARLAND CLUB I
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors I
e.rLnd, Utah and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Room in Connection.
Don't Let Whiskey Get the Best of You,
Get the Best of Whiskey at the Club.
C. J. C.'?.1PBELL NOTARY PUBLIC 5
! oala,....utah INSURANCE AGENT
JOSEPH JENSEN I
OAR LAND, UTAH. )
II THE PALACeIaRBER SHOP
H. F. Miller, Proprietor. Owens Block, Garland, Utah
iw 1t!Z2fm5E "' M""g"' Agent for 0g(len Steam
Saaitary rale ttrictiy obicnrt.. Laundry I
Dont Fail to Get Box Elder's Special!
What's this girl's name.
Tell us and you will f?et $$$$$$ $ for Christmas presents.
A time ago a baby girl whs born; It whs the first, at the family conclave
the father wished to name her EUGENIE rVILHELMINA, the mother obiaetlM
a name was finally selected containing the same number of letters as the name
selected by the father. The dashes following represent the girl's name:
That is there arc seven letters in the girl's first name and ten letters in her
middle name To the flint person seudug a correct solution of the girls name
50 in cash will be given; to the second 20; to the third tlG; to the fourth $10
and to the 5th 15, and to all others a year's subscription to the Western Monthlv
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