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,Beats Anything Ever Offered by Any Newspaper in the State H Dishes are not in our line of business, but we can certainly give you some splendid Newspapers and Magazines for H a limited time, ONLY. Read these liberal offers and don't fail to take advantage of them TO-DAY. LW These offers are for OLD and NEW subscribers. Old subscribers who settle back accounts and pay one year in ad- H vance, get the benefit of these spleneid offers as well as new snbscribers. Terms: Strictly cash in advance. Lw l fffmlm1 5av Offer No. I I UM7? '" ,ICT'il WjB rtafStS These Three National Maga- I e $J kbk 1-JC M.jf A A v zines and The Garand Globe !jtt iHBKSIifiil ' 1 for one year for only $2.00. H All four for 1H Iirl T KI, pleasure in laying before our reader what Ih undoubtedly the greatest Mubscription offer ever made H Yy by any newspaper. In the 1 nited Stated there are published about 250 magazines. We have -&fiiinc4l aw H every one of these uiuguiineM from every point of view, taking into aceount not only their subscription price, Jw m m aWm AsTm bbbbbbi bin the character of the reading matter, their typographical appearance, and tin- llnanclal standing of their pub- M H Usher. After the si extensive fterutiuy, we have selected three magaxinee which we believe we can endorse and Js aw W recommend to our readers. These magazines are BOY'K lt.,lSi;, MOTHKIt'H MAGAZINE and OPPORTU- N JtMM J mWM NITY M .,li: These publications are magaziues and not cheap mail-order papers. Kaeh of these maga- Bines sells on the news-stands for either or 10 cents each and have u subscription price one case of $1 and in bbbsbbbsbbb assBBBBBSBBi the other two of o cents a year. Kaeh one of the magazines is ably edited, well illustrated and has a separate H over printed in colors. They are clean, representative standard mugaltten, (it to place on the library table of T f gjf t Mf t gjf t t t f f tt f ttM bbbbbbi any home, These magazines have been most carefully selected with the idea of not only getting literary quality r'1111' llkttlt'' l H tnd excellence in typographical apearance, but with the Idea of apMaling to every member of the household. - - DPPOKTUMTY MAUAZINK Ih in a elans by itself. It is the coming magazine of the NoKhwest, and breathes the " JWk. sT aT rm.1 sfsk BBSs! ipirit (d enterprise and progirs.siveness which (tie West i famous. s the indicate, the MOTHKK'H Ik ITTt IbbvI al"V M bbbbbbI MAGAX1NK and the HOY'S Mi-. .lK appeal to and boys, and these magazines are also in a clasn by II mf I I M W themselves. The magazines are ;i!l the equal of any dollar magazine. We offer these three magazines in con- W I m. ,B ft Va Ab a t neetion with a new or renewal subscription to this mm on such favorable terms that we do not see how a single 1 " UW W 1 w H reader of tills paper can afford to neglect the remarkable offer we make. We want you to read every word of this mM advertisement. Head the descriptions below of the three magazines. Head the terms of our offer and then accept Ql m 1 ItATONCK. THE .1 rr,IJE,01r'VC K K f VIrJ7 hery boy can now have a masdine o( hlg own. The BOY'S 9k bb Aj 1 rCjTDJ I kJ lVlzuVjztVZ-.HIC MAUAZINK is brimming over with good, clean and healthy itoriea by the very best boy's authors, illustrated by the foremost magazine artists. The magaaino contains thirty- Ik dr g f" two pages and is enclosed in a cover printed in colors. In addition to the fascinating stories, the BOY'S MA0A- I j jf 1 I L 1 1T f 1 Mm '.INK contains Interesting and instructive artl les and special departments devoted to Electricity, Mechanics, I'ho- M. I V aIt f I j 471 g VI XZ W X 1 tography, Carpentry, Stamps, Coins, etc. Au Athletic Department, edited by the well-known athlete and author- J 1 r''f lty, Walter Camp, Is a feature. Uvery boy in America will want this magazine, and fathers and mothers can- fe Mt m' not make their boys a better present. The Director of the Hoys' Department of the UUca Y. M C. A. says; "I V fmA f 4fna Ia9 Fav 1.,. mm placed it iu the reading room and found the hoys literally devoured it." J JtiS MI IIIC 11651 CkVl JOUl" !H TLJ17 falflTTIJCD'C IVI A C A "ZIMIT THE MOTHER'S MAGAZINE la the imly maKaaine Of m sIH 1 ML IVlV 1 ilHilx iJ lVlWxAXtlilIL exclusively for mothers Its stories and articles are ndlS Itt AlTieriCd. written expressly for mothers and deal with real life. Besides fascinating stories, special Interviews and fea- Bk " tures, it contains over 20 regular departments to help the mother in every possible way with her children and her T "H home. All readers have the privilege of personal advice and help from the editors, a veritable correspondence Ik T V gy 1 x . -. i. -. ssa Jchool for mothers. The magazine contains from 4S to U4 paes. beautifully printed and profusely illustrated in I Xlr I h IIM ls CXr wl sUH colors. For 1910 THE MOTHER'S MAGAZINE promises more than ever, especially along the lines of Physical k Ja. 1 JLX 1 Jj 1 V-A Vt 1- H Culture, Beauty articles. Child study, Kindergarten methods In the home, Health, Finances, the Servant Prob- wl H lem. Food Products and Preparation, and a great variety of matter for the mother's entertainment and pleasure. r H AnDADTI IMITV MaTA 71MC OPPORTUNITY MAGAX1NB of Spokane. Wash . is A Q . . 1 J lr1 sH Lll r VJK 1 UIN1 I I lVlAVjA.ZliIINIli .liftcrent from any other magazine published. There C3 CJ. 1 1 J I ' wM is nothing like it. It tells about the wonderful possibilities and opportunities of the great Northwest. There in w) H more doing in the West today in the way of progress and development than in any other seetton of the United . tmmt States. OPPORTUNITY MAGAZINE is practical, and is brim full of Information you cannot obtain elsewhere. B M-. Hr.r ic rMT-rklzar Xirhr.nl- Ifr bbbbbI It tells of the wonderful results obtained by irrigation. It gives full information regarding the Government Ir- jl J 1UI1IC lo VUI11J1CIC W UI1UUI II, H rigation Projects; telU how to Irrigate, how to clear and level band, and how to lay out and plant orchards. Its ok H original and copyrighted articles tell how to get free Government land, who may acquire It and where the land and sssssi is It tells where there are openings for business and professional men. If you want information about the Ik ft wonderful opportunit'es in the West, you will find it In OPPORTUNITY MAGAZINE, of Spokane, Wash. 5 "TIIR "" 7W sTfcl 7 sVI l aC I ADB bbbbbI fjejej?jejej0jffj7aj?&j9j0& I HE U AULA IMP uLUDC One of the Best Papers in the State. All three for $2.25 ?Jar I Take your choice. Fill out either of the coupons mail or bring to this offce. I (Cut out coupon 011 black lines) (Cut out coupon on black lines) M H Date 1910 Date 1910 BBBBBBBsl City of y City of H BSwl County of (bounty of H laBBBBBBn State of "" State of H The Garland Olobe, The Garland Globe, H .1 Garland, Utah. Garland, Utah. V Enclosed pleose find $2,25 for which please send me the Enclosed please find $2.00 for which pleuse end me the S following papers for one year, beginning with your issue of following papers for one year, beginning with your issue of H 1910. 1910. H The Deseret Farmer, The Character Builder The Boy's Magazine, The Mother's Magazine, H and The Garland Globe. 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