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H The Garland Globe
BJ J.A.Wixom, . Editor Mi MSff.
H Telephone No 52
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HHf Kntorml an MOmwl stlSS matter February 17,
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BBa the AH nf OMWMM of Marrli 3. 1879.
Baa Subscriber who fall to receive tbelr
pnpen ragtileftj , pleine notify tble office
H Problems for Parents.
iJ Tli.' following splendid advice
Jkp. recentlj appeared in an editorial
BR in tli1 Boston American. It
pflj contains mucfa food for thought,
PJa jiimI the wise sales representa
H lives will Require many excel-
pflj l -lit points from it:
H "It is highly important that
PBJ the public take an interest in
pflj the problems that confront the
H teachers in our public schools.
H It is sat'' to say that these pro-
Pflji Hems will never DC satisfactorily
H solved until the fathers and
H mothers of the hoys and girls
H who go to school help do the
H "It is a common thing to-day
H to hear complaints against the
H public schools something like
H "The schools turn out hoys
H who can't write a hand that any
Pfla one can read.
H "They turn out hoys who can't
H "They turn out hoys who can't
PJJ do ordinary sums in arithmetic
H "Fads have largely taken the
Pfla place of the gooil old rule of the
H three R's: Reading, 'Biting and
Pflfl There may he ground for
pflj some of the complaining. Hut
H who is at fault! Certainly not
PBJ the teachers. They do not ar-
H range the studies for pupils, e.-
H cept to make suggestions from
PJH the curriculum that is provided ,
H "The schools of the county
H and the studies pursued in them
H are run by the various school
H hoards. And they are run too
H much by school hoards alone,
H ami without the assistance of
H he parents of the pupils who
Pflfl are heing educated.
M "The father and mother who
H send their boy or girl to school
pifl and then dismiss the subject
H from their minds on the theory
M that they have done their duty
B and that the rest is up to the
pifl teacher need not he surprised
pflfl if the result is comparative
H "The hoy or girl who never
pifl does un studying that is not
PBM done under the eye of the
J!! teacher will never amount to
H anything as a student. The
Jlfl sooner parents get that fact
M lodged in their minds the better
H it will he for their children.
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B Jeffries Advice to Boys.
fll James Jeffries was asked hya
H New York reporter what advise
H he would give to a young man.
P-Ba Jeffries .sji il: I'U jrive M- bo'
H the same advise that his mother
H would give him. But I he hoys
M today seem to think they know
H more than their parents, and
H when they limM.hnt they don't i
Lffl it is to late. Every hoy that
H smokes cigarettes may he per-J
H fed ly sure that he is doing his
II best to make himself of no ac- j
H count. Cigarette smoke ruins
H a boy's lungs, it poisons and
m hurts his brains. Do you think
H h I'd have this chest on me if I'd
had a box of cigarettes in my
pocket when I was a boy? What
I tell you about cigarette smok
ing, is true of drinking or chew
ing tobacco. The best thing a
hoy can do is to mind his moth
er. She knows what is good
for him, ami the hoy that thinks
she doesn't is a fool. Ex.
Did you see that box of fine
apricots in Riter Bros, window
this neck? They were grown
by J L. Nihart and are the best
we have seen in BOX Elder
County, Brigham included
Fine, big, healthy ones the size
of peaches. .Mr. Nihatt brought
samples of peaches tothis office
few days ago that were
j "beauts." Who says Bear
River valley soil can't grow the
.best of everything. If you're
from Missouri, we'll show you.
Read This: i h,
Garland GHobe takes pleasure
in presenting to the residents of
this city ami the Bear River
valley two of the best sub
scription offers ever made by
any newspaper of the state.
am. Read page .V
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cold, cough or lung disease.
Suppose troches, cough syrups,
cod liver oil or doctors have all
failed, don't loose heart or hope.
Take lr King's New Discovery.
Satisfaction is guaranteed w hen
used for any throat or lung
troUble. It has saved thousands
Of hopeless sufferers. It mast
ers stubborn colds, obstinate
coughs, heinorragee, la grippe,
j croup, asthma, hay fever and
whooping OOUgh and is the most
safe and certain remedy tor all
bronchial affections. 50e,$1.00.
Trial bottle free at All Druggists.
J. Y. Jensen, Preat.
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Factory St. Utah.
Boyd and Francis
Fine Candies, he Cream,
Soda Water, etc.
Oranges, Bananas and
Fresh Fruit in Season.
wfcaata4if 6 years
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Anyone sanding a sketch and description may
Quickly ascertain our opinion free wtiethar an
Invention la probably palsntabjs. Communlca.
tlons strictly rinMclent!al. HANDBOOK "ii Pat aula
out frea. Oldest auenrr for aauurian patents.
I'atents taken throuirli Muuti A Co. recelTs
f.ctul nvtict, wlthu at charge, lu tn
A handsmuelr Illustrated weakly, tjirneat clr
culatlun i f any acletitlUc InurnaJ. Terms. $3 a
yaar; four months, $L ekila by all newsdealers.
MJINN & Co i- New York
Branch OfBoe. te r BU Washiam.u 1) (
To Our Old
and New Patrons.
Notice is herelty given that I
have vacated the I'alace Barher
hop in the Owens hlock and
moved Into and taken posession
of the (). K. Barber shop in the
Mnnausa building on Factory
street. I desire to thank all my
old patrons for their liberal pat
ronage in the past and solicit
; their future patronage and good
will. An invitation is hereby
extended to the public gener
ally to visit my new quarters
and "get .acquainted." The
bathing facilities cau'l be beat
and you are assured courteous
treatment in my new tonsoiial
i parlors. I have secured the
agency tor the B. C. steam
Laundry and during the coming
campaign will have three chain
i in operation.
fours to Please.
H. F. Miller,
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Springs, Pueblo, Kansas City,
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Paul, Minneapolis and many
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May Obi., and 14th., June 4th.,
11th, 18th, 27th., July 7th.. and
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ember 14th., and 38rd. Limit
i October .Slst. See agents for
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The busiest little things ever
made are Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Every pill is a sugar
coated globule of health, that
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I languor into energy, brain-fag
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Painting and Paper Hanging.
All Work Guaranteed.
Natural Wood Finishing a
Dr. r. m. minter,
jp Dentist -
17 years Experience
H. F. MILLER. Prop.
i Manausa ) ( Garland,
Block.... 1 Utah.
Shaviug, Hair Cutting,
Shampooing, and Massaging.
Sanitarv rules strictly observ
ed. Agents for Brigham Steam
E. V. Schneider,
jp r General Black-
JIJ S Horseshoeing
V. i-' a Specialty.
All Work Guaranteed.
Lawn Mewori Shai'i)ened.
Blocks North of the
Bank of Garland.
Bell phone 80 red
The following residents of
this city and East Garland, ac
companied by relatives from
Salt Lake and Farmington.went
to Washakie to visit the Indians
last Sunday. July 24th: O. L.
I Wilcox, wife and family, David
Larson, wife and family, D. E.
Manning, wife and family ..lohti
W. Larson, wife and family,
.Mrs. Orson Wilcox and Miss
Caroline Smith of Salt Lake
and Mrs. Julia Steed of Ifarm
Ington. They enjoyed the trip
immensely n n d report the
Indians to be "right up-to-date.
Monday the same crowd spent
the day on Bear River angling
for the tinny tribe.
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Notice for Publication.
U. S. Laud office at Salt Lake
City, Utah, June 22, 1910.
Notice is hereby given that Irene M. HolUnan. of
V.. si. Utah. who. on Oct. 3rd. 1S08. made l.--..-.-.-i
I Land Entry. Serial. No. 0656. for Lot one (1.)
Section one (1.) Town.hip thirteen (1.1)
North. Ranee 17 West. S. L. Meridian, haa filed
notice of intention in make final Proff. to estab
lish claim to Hie land above described, before tha
Register and Receiver of the V. S. I.and Office, at
Salt Lake City. Utah, on the 2nd day of .Septem
Claimant names as witnesses:
Henry J. Bird and Lydia Bird of Murray. Utah;
Fred Bird of Yost. Utah: Arthur Holtman of
Park Valley. Utah.
E. D. R. THOMPSON
FOR SALE Etc. ,
For Sale Choice improved
town lots ami ten acres of the
bent land in the Bear River
valley. Apply to M. J. Rich
ards, Riverside, Utah. J2tf
J. W. GOHEEN,
Light and Heavy
Repairing Promptly and
DRAT AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 89 red.
fi Boost for S
g Garland. 8
For the LEAST MONEY.
100,000 bags must be sold.
Farmers' Cash Union,
David Holmgren, Mgr.,
Tremonton, - - - Utah.
THE GARLAND CLUB
epn coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors
GarLnd, Utah and GgarS............
Billiard and Pool Room In Connection.
Don't Let Whiskey Get the Beet of You,
Get the Best of Whiskey at the Club.
rPetersen's Meat Market
Factory Street, A Garland, Utah.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries
Fish and Game in Season.
EVERYTHING FIKST CLASS.
A Complete Line of Staple Groceries Constantly On bland.
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C. J. CAMPBELL notary public 5
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