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M The Garland Globe
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H Telephone No 52
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H One year (in dviMMl) 1150
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H Three months 50
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BBBJ Entered m avcotni-claiiii matter February 17,
BBBBj 1909, at the pout offlci M Garland, Utah, under
H the Act of Conrrciii of March 3. 1X79.
H BubwritWIV who I til Ul receive their
H papers regularly, plense notify ibU office.
H Worse Instead of Better.
H We have heard it said tlint
H "when n fellow kicks at a rail-
H road mail, he usually gets the
H worst end f the rope." Guest
H It'i true. The crowd who were
H after the ear of coal Monday
H got an extra hour or two added
H to the delay and if the (ilolie
H keeps kicking, )erhaps theeotn-
H niunity will unload coal at niid-
H night hereafter.
H Whether the conductor of the
B mixed train is responsible for
M this kind of treatment or he is
H following instructions of higher
B authority, we arc Unable to
H state, hut we feel Satisfied that
fl the officials of the company
B don't meddle with the t-'cnicnl
fl matter of how, when or where a
M ear should he switched, Never-
B tlieless, some one is responsible
1 and the Globe intends to stand
B by the people of this community
m and assist in bettering these
H Our last weeks article riled
H our friend, the conductor, and
B we were given a pleasant (?)
H call down Monday accompanied
H by (G-T)-t t5S--)
H over the telephone and threaten
H ed with a sound threshing, but
H his threats don't disturb us in
H the least, as he won't catch us
H asleep or unprepared to resent
Hfl any attack. We're from Mis-
H It is not the intention of the
H Globe to knock; our motto is to
H Boost, but when we point out
H existing conditions that materi-
H ally effect our little community,
H wo believe we have the rap-
H port and protection of every
H good citizen.
B The Nervous Chid.
H Miss Arabella Aunabella Wil-
H helmina Wild,
H So everybody says, is a very
H nervous child.
H When asked to mind the baby,
H She says she'll do it, maybe,
H If she doesn't have the head-
H ache, when she's finished
H with her play.
H When told in school to mind the
H She says she thinks the teacher
H She says if she must do such
H things, she really cannot stay.
H 0, Arabella Aunabella Wilhel-,
B mine Wild,
B So everybody says, is a very
B nervous child.
B May Turner in Woman's
B .Home Companion for January.
H We dose three days of next
U week for stock-taking Tues-
!day, Wednesday and Thursday.
Booth e Merc. & Produce Co.
B Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
M is not a common, every-day
B cough mixture. It is a merit-
B oriousiemedy forallthetrouble-
B some and dangerous complies-
B tions resulting from cold in the
H head, throat, chest or lungs.
Sold by All Dealers.
If You're Waking, Call
If you're waking call me early,
call me early, Bridget dear,
There's jam to make, and bread
to bake, and the "Ladies'
Aid" meets here;
I hope I do not ask to much,
but I must early rise,
To dust and wash and make the
beds, and bake the weekly pies.
I used to think a maid would do
these tasks at twenty per,
Hut I have learned not to expect
such menial work of her;
j I've learned to be most grate
ful to have a maid at all,
So if you're waking, Bridget,
don't forget that early call.
L. Case Russell, in Woman's
, Home Companion for February.
BE A GOOD BOY; GOOD-BYE.
How oft in my dreams I ro back to the
When I stood at our old wooden
And started to school In full battle ar
ray Well armed with a primer and slate,
And ns the latch fell I thought myself
And 1 gloried, I fear, on the sly,
Till I heard a kind voice that whis
pered to me;
"Be a good boy; good-bye."
"Be a good hoy; good-bye."
They have followed me in all these
They have given a form to my youth
And they scattered my foolish fears.
They have stayed my feet on many a
Unseen by a blinded eye;
For just in time I would pause and
"Be a good boy; good-bye."
Oh, brother of mine, in the battle of
.lust starting or nearing its close,
This motto aloft, in the midst of the
Will conquer wherever it goes.
Mistakes you will make, for each of
But, brother, just honestly try
To accomplish your best. In what
"Be a good boy; good-bye."
John L. Shroy in Saturday Evening
THE H0N0RLE88 PROPHET.
Jed Hawkins knowed a bank as well
as any man or men
I ever seen, although he wasn't work
in' at it then;
He did all kinds of tinkerin' but any
Ho used to stan' an' talk finance in
his convincln' way;
Ho knowed wht's wrong with curren
cy, and what we orter do
T' make it more elastic for th' needs
o' me an' you,
But when they got a new cashier, they
paid one round an' high ,
I T' come on from some city bank an'
passed Jed Hawkins by.
Jed Hawkins knowed a dry goods
store, 1 guess from A to ..
An' knowed department stores, which
was his specialty.
He'd been all through UY Broadway
stores an' had th' system down
So nnc he thought with backin' he
could run one here in town.
He used t' often stand in front on
sunny days an' fine
An' tell how he knowed dry goods
stores from ladies' suits to twine;
But when they got a manager for our
one store hqre, why
They got one from outside somewhere
and passed Jed Hawkins by.
Jed Hawkins knowed newspaper work,
I guess about as well
any editor that walks an' I have
heered him tell
About Th' Times and Tribbyoon, them
days when big men run
Th' papers as they orto be, an' Dana
had Th' Sun.
Why, all that kept Jed offen them was
beln' here, an' so
Th' papers never heered o' him, an' so
he had no show,
But when Th' Plketown Courier was
short a writer, why
They hired some smooth-faced college
kid, an' passed Jed Hawkins by.
Jed Hawkins said a good, live man
Buch as he had In view
Would ma 'bout half our business men
right outen town he knew;
An' such a bank as ho would run, right
from th' hat's fust drop
Would make th' old C'ornplanter bank
go some or shut up shop.
An' Jed he ain't much disturbed be
cause they pass him by;
An' said it's plain to anyone to see th'
"A prophet," Jed says, lookin' wise up
M th' town hall dome,
"A prophet gits no honor jlst as long
as he stays homo!"
J. W. Foley in the New York Times.
Excursior Ra .
Via . B. L. R.
I to California fro u S;it Lake
I and return. To San Francisco
land return $:..)(); to Los An
geles and return Ml. 20. Tickets
on sale Fob. 5th, return limit
March (5th. See local agents
for reduced rates from local
points to Salt Lake. These
tickets on sale Feb. 4th.
FOR SALE Etc.
For Sale Cheap 10-acre farm,
good house and I-acre lot.
Apply to Levi Wise, Uarland,
Good home tor sale in Gar
land. Easy terms. Apply to
Thos. w ise, Owens fi eat
Market, Garland. o9-tf
FOB SALE Farm and City
property. See F. D. Welling
Garland, Utah, $60,000 to loan
on approved security. Special j
payment privileges at borrow's
For Sale 10 acres of the best
irrigated land in the valley.
Apply to T. W. Whitaker, Gar
land R. F. I). I. jH-tf
Lost Sorrel pony branded
bar-diamond on left shoulder.
Finder please notify E. II.
Bingham, Garland, and be re
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
never disappoints those who
use it for obstinate coughs, colds
and irritations of the throat and
lungs. It stands unrivalled as
a remedy for all the throat and
j lung diseases. Sold by All
Saved At Death's Door.
The door of death seemed
ready to open for Murray W.
Ayers, of Transit Bridge N. Y.,
when his life was wonderfully
saved. "I was in a dreadful
condition," he writes, "my skin
was almost yellow; eyes sunken;
tongue coated ; emaciated from
losing 40 pounds, growing weak
er daily. Virulent liver trouble
pulling me down to death in
spite of doctors. Then that
matchless medicine Electric
Bitters cured me. 1 regained
the 40 pounds lost and now am
well and strong." For all
stomach, liver and kidney
troubles they're surpreme. 50c
at All Druggists.
promptly obtained In nil countries, or MO Pit. B
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toted. Send (Sketch, Model or Photo, lor r ire Ik
a report on patentability. ALL uINa
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exclusively. Hurpassliig referenree.
I Wideawake Inventor should bave our hand-
book onllowtoobtaln and boll patents, but In-
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a valuable tuf urination. Sent free to any addreaa.
ID. SWIFT &C0.I
Ipoi Seventh St., Washington, 0. C.J
STICK TO IT1
Stick to It! Stick to it! Don't be a
The glory of toll la your Joy In your
There's no chance to fall If you only
There's no need to wall if you only
The world yearns for men who are
willing to stick
By what they have chosen through
thin and through thick.
Keep at it! Keep at it! Don't be
o game's worth the play II only half
played. "It's not always night," we haste to
"To be clear all the time the days
were not made,
They glow all the clearer because of b
Stay by it! Stay by It! Don't be
The man who succeeds is game to the
Face bravely the blame, and stoutly
You'll find the fame that is certainly y
If in your task you will use all your
And be willing to stand by, keep at, "
nnd stick to it.
Lafayette Lentz Butler, in Independent.
r.cirlciiul Meat Market
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cTSrTHOMA & BINGHAM. Props.S
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats of All Kinds
We use the Free Delivery to
McCaskey Credit System, All Parts of Town.
Give us a triahind we will do Chickens & Veal Wanted"
the rest. Groceries I Groceries!
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THE IMLfil.1 6LUB
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors
GarLnd, 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. CAMPBELL notary public aid
T.u IHSURAWCE 'BENT
JOSEPH JENSEN I rf
NOTARY PUBLIC. ip
I THE PALACE BARBER SHOP I
H. F. Miller, Proprietor. Owens Block, Garland, Utah
Srm.m. Hir c.uiag, sk.mpoo.( ..a M...,. Agent for Ogden Steam
New Electric Massage Machiat. j
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ent free. Oldest a-tenry for accurluir palenta.
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culatlon of any arteniltlo Jmirual. Torma, $3 a
rear; four luoiilba, $L NM byall neffaclculera.
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Brancb Office. 826 F Ht.. VTublogton, D. C.
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red,
Painting and Paper Banging.
All Work (iiiaranteed.
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Sewing M a c h i n e
runs lighter than any
lasts longer than any
is more beautiful than
tar'FREE . A
has less vibration
than any other. J,
is easier to operate
than any other.
makes a more perfect
stitch than any other.
is the best oi all com-
bined in one. &
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CHICAGO ii ILLINOIS
For Hale hy
Garland Merc. Co.