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H The Garland Globe
B I A. Wixom, . Kilitor and lllgr.
H Telephone No 52
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H Enteral iin scooiicIm Ikhh mattrr February 17.
B 1909, at the pout ofllce ul (iarlaml, Utah, unilir
M the Act of Conirrorn of March 3, 1H79.
Subscriber whn i.i 1 1 to receive their
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An Attack and
K A Rebuttal.
H Elder Geo. F. Grover, who
H is laboring uk a missionary in
H Uanley, Staffordshire, England,
H replies to an attack on Mor-
H monism published in the Staf-
H fordnhire Sentinel and wo take
H pleasure in publishing the at-
H link and the rebuttal as follows :
H (To the Editor of the
H Staffordshire Sentinel.)
H Sik 1 noticed in the "Sent-
H int-l" recently an advertisement
H of on entertainment headed the
M "Latter Day Saints." May I
H venture to beg you to peint the
H enclosed letter, written by the
H wife of the Reekor of Liverpool
H about this sect. Few of us here
H know the evils of MoruuHiism,
H and the awful danger yountr
H women run by listening to or
H OOming under the intbience of
m these so called "Latter Day
M Saints. " I would earnestly
j warn all jronng women Against
m them. In plain words, Poly-'
H gamy is qnlteoontrary to Chris-
H tian marria"-" '""l lower its
H victim" to the lev A of 1 1 heath-
B en wives of one man. InGod'a
I name I urge all right-thinking
H people to try and stop this evil
H at work in our tow n. Yours &c.
H EMILY WATNKS.
H Holy Tritdty Viearage, Ban-
H I. S. I am surprised that a
H Temperance Hall Committee
H allows such people the use of
their Hall.- 10. W.
A RE Kl' TAT ION.
H (To the Editor of the
H Staffordshire Sentinel.
H Sik As an Elder and repres-
B entative of the Church of Jesus
H Christ of Latter-da) Saints,
I laboring in t h e Potteries, 1
H feel it my duty, with your kind ,
H permission to a u w e r the
H charges made against us by our j
I christian friend, Emily Waters,;
Holy Trinity Vicarage, Hanley,
in your last issue of February
B Mb, under the head of "Mor-
H monism: A Warning."
H To those who are familiar
H with tue real object of Mormon
H Missionaries in Great Britain,
B our good lady's appeal would
H appear so great an absurdity as
H to need no answer; but to those
H who are laboring under the
H same delusion as the lady of
H Holy Trinity Vicarage, I beg to
H submit these few lines.
H In the first place, let me here
Wn suggest that the "warning"
should have been sounded as
HH well to the men, women and
H children, as to the girls of the
B country, for the Gospel is to be
H preached "unto every nation
H kindred, tongue ami people."
H The God of Heaven has spoken
B to man of the day in which we
M live, not in "dark speeches" but
I in actuality, and has commis-
H sioneil his servants to "preach
H the gospel to every creature."
H The untruth which has so
U often been circulated before,
that female converts are being
shipped to Utah for illegitimate
purposes, to the well informed
needs no refutation, and sufliceto
say polygamy has neither been
taught nor practiced in Utah
for many years and at the pre
sent time there is almost as
great a majority of unmarried
women over that of unmarried
men in Utah as there is in Eng
land. The aim of Mormon Mission
aries is not to induce people to
emigrate "under Mormon aus
pices," but rather to encourage
the building up of strong
branches in this country, but
when converts think they can
better their condition either tin
ancially or otherwise by going
to America, they are assisted
Only as one might assist his
friend to obtain the desire of
In conclusion, let me say that
the teachings of the Latter-Day
Saints are moral and uplifting
in every respect, and the good
people of the district need have
no fear in reading the tracts
distributed by the Elders of the
Church, as they contain noth
ing but the teachings of our
Lord and Saviour,.lesus Christ,
GEORGE F. GROVER.
Hi). Park-road, liurslem, Feb.
1 low ( jood News Spreads.
"1 am 70 years old and travel
most of the time" writes U. F.
Tolson, of Flizabethtown, Ky.
"Everywhere I go 1 recommend
Electric Bitters, because I owe
my excellent health and vitality
to them. Tiny effect a cure,
every Lime." They never fail1
to tone the stomach, regulate
the kidneys Slid bowels, stim
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nerves and purify the blood.
They work wonders for weak,
run-down men end women, re
storing length, vigor and health
that's a daily joy. Try them.
Only SOc. Satisfaction is pos
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G CHICAGO ii ILLINOIS "
For Sale by
(iciilciiul lierc. Co.
Plymouth's basket ball team
defeated the Garland team for
the Second time in a hard-fought
contest Friday night of last
week. The game was played
at the Plymouth hall. The
score was ,'10 to 0 in favor of
Plymouth. Referee, Le.roy
Pierson; umpire, Bert Swin-j
yard; scorer, Henry Marshal.
Albert Hales was in the county
seat on business yesterday
F. T. Oapener of Riverside
spent a few days in the state
capital this week.
Mrs. C. W. Richards, Jr., re
turned Monday from a visit with
relatives in Riverside.
Mrs. Mautina Jensen went to
Mantua Wednesday, owing to
the illness of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Hans Keller.
The Thompson Land and Live
Stock Co. vs Wm. Johnston
came up in Burdett Smith's
court Thursday. Application
for a change of venue was tiled
ami granted and the case will
come up in Justice Hadley's
court at Corinne.
FOR SALE Etc.
For Bale Specially delected
early Fnraka sv potatoes,
Write or phone to H. M. Holler,
For Sale S F V4 -11 4, "
near Poweville. A bargain.
Good l.u'd. Hen well, favorable
term. Write toll. :. Shelby,
Bnrlinctnn, Iowa. m5-26 '
For Sjih 1 lot ard 2-roomed '
house with OMiitry and elosets:
sit'iatcd on Park Avenue. Call
on Albert Hardy. fl'.t-tf
For Rale W seres of the best,
irrigated land in the valley.
Small orchard &' improvements.
Apply to Tj W. Whitaker, Gar
land P. F. D. 1. jH-tf
I am the local agent for the
Salt Lake Nursery Co. and can
fill your orders. Anyone desir-
ing trees trimmed, please apply
I to Matthew Mc.Murtrie, (Jar
land, r. f. d. 1. f2-6ft
Foi Diseases of the Skin
Nearly all diseases of the skin
such as eczema, tetter, .salt
i rheum and barber's itch, are
characterized bj an intense
itching ami smarting, which
often makes life a burden and
disturbs sleep and rest. Quick
relief may be had by applying
.Chamberlain's Salve. It allays
the itching and smarting almost
i instantly. Many cases have
been cured b its ue. Kor salej
by All Dealers.
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What's coming to him, but we are prepared to take care
of your wants in the line of
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A Big Line of the finest just received.
Call and See Them.
JENSEN BROS., garuvwpjtah-
Garland Meat Market
(TTHOMA & BINGHAM. Prcps.
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats of All Kinds
We use the Free Delivery to
Met 'askey Credit System. All Parts of Town.
Give us a trial and we will do P3 "Chickens & Veal Wanted"
the rest. (irocerics! Groceries!
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors .
Gar'.H, Utah and Cigars tr
BtHiard and Pool .iom in Connection.
Don't Let Whiskey Get the Best of You,
(Jet the Best of Whiskey at the Club.
Petersen's Meat Market
Factory Street, X Garland, Utah.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries
Fish and Game in Season.
EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS.
A Complete Line of Staple Groceries Constantly On Hand.
C. J. CAMPBELL NOTARY PUBLIC and
I JOSEPH JENSEN... I
- - ! OAR LAND, UTAN.
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