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' L ' THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE, GARLAND, UTAH '
1- I Keep Him From Your Home f Tfbu wosit have io buy Litrt Bonds ff The climax of a recent thrilling story of a German who mas- n querndcd ns a British officer is the exposure of the spy through his ' typically Teuton touch in kicking the face of n servant whom he had T. , knocked down. J?' "You might have knocked him down and been British," said the man who turned him over to the firing squad, "b1 t not the rest r of it." . Myriad undisputnble instances of Hun bestiality unrestrained show him to have exhausted all imaginable possibilities of brutish l ness in his treatment of his war victims. y Oversubscribe your quota of Fourth Liberty Loan bonds and ' help throw the German nrmy back across the Rhine where its own people may huvc t taste of its "will to power". I jfV ' ' - YOUNG MEN OF AMERICA! . ' "W?. A , You w!" shortly bo sorving your country. Have you to offor , tab? o your nation tho services of ONE man or TEN? '$il ' UNCLE SAM SAYS: A man trained Is worth ten untrained P- Tho War Department has established atthe K ifc53MJAH. AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, Logan, Utah, K STUDEENTS' ARMY TRAINING CORPS where It will train you FREE. ,.,.. T'10 Pith of 'Patriotic Duty lies straight ml - '" ( bofore you. Sffik- ' " HIS" School ) E""8 J1 h0 J AGRICULTURAL J1SC& ' ' Graduates: C0LLEGE a"d Ppare for . & ' ' Collogo Men: ) COMMISSIONS IN THE ARMY mBsb. . SCIENTIFIC SERVICE 'm? TECHNICAL LEADERSHIP V Young Mon of Grammar School Education: Opportunities o: SV 's tor you in tho S. A. T. C. Fill out and sond in tho accompaning , 1 app Icatlon form. Thtn ask your local draft board to assign you I to tho S. A. T. C.jjf tho Utah Agricultural Collogo, for valuable vocational training. -JlSSe A" membors of tl10 s A- T- c- rocoivo full equlpmont and $30 wmi a montn Pay fr0, ho War Department. Tho Utah Agricultural II Wk'' Colleo unit 13 rapidly filling up. Enroll Immediately. 9&T Tno Co,leSO Is retaining unlniparod Its oXtonsivo courses for jam, young women and for young men not membors of tho S. A". T. C. '$&$ ThO'fall quarter opens September 30th. For further informa- m. "iton address PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, UTAH AGRICULTURAL W3p ' ' C0LLEGE L0QAN. UTAH ISs ' Tno Utal Agrlcultnral Collogo has been training soldiers for EhS TWENTY SEVEN YEARS. . B0& APPLICATION CARD 'JMljk ' j AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE OF UTAH ;$Ifc .' Special Mall Application From BRm. . I. the undersigned, "a candidate for admission to the Agricul- fm tural College of Utah, and to tho Students' Army Training Corps jffiJm f tnat institution, do hereby pledgo'myself, on bolng admittod, to ti3gfjft conform strictly and at all times, to tho rules, and by all propor ' Js t means to promote It3 best interests. jfi :W Name In full Ago ffigL ilomo address mM Dato of birth Former student of A.C.U? 'HjE . Father's name . ,. f' Mother's maiden name , High School graduate Local board address The entrance fee may be paid by tho student upon his entrance "4 in college I p . The applicant should report for woik on September 30th, or f k;' , as soon thereafter as possible. v , I . . . i p CHILDREN RUN TO SOLDER PALS AT ARIHY MESS CALL I French Tots Share Yankee Sol I diers Rations Women's J War Parts Great I By Mrs. Hazel Pedlar Faulkner "The llttlo children In tills nulghbor hooTl lmvo learned to diRtlngiilBh tho , mess cull. "Immediately It In Bounded, tlioy ' troii) out (torn ovory concolvablo cor ner, tnklng their places around tho men, watching with engor, hungry oyes every lilto that Is dished out. A fellow enn't cat his prunes vory comfortably with such nn audience, and tho mon hero lmo divided ovory meal with tlicso llttlo fellows, who nra tha chil dren of men saving Franco." A "homo-town" .prlvato, ono of the Engineers who tins been building tall armies In France, sont that messago home. Ho Is ono of tho mon who has bcon dividing his dally ration of sortp nnj beans, of meat ond prunos, with tho children who aro tho bouI of Franco. WOMEN GIVE WHEAT, SONS AND MONEY American women, ovcry where, and Western women second to nono, havo bonio their part In tho fight. Thoy havo saved tholr meat and tholr wheat, they havo given tholr husbands and sons. Tholr money Is going now. In tho first, second and third Liberty loins thoy havo Invostod their dollars. Opportunity to servo has como again. Tho Government Is Booking funds. It Is asklnt fir tho third of Its threofold need mon, munitions nnd monoy. Tho hand thnt rocked tho cradlo Is holding tho purso strings In theso mo mentous days. For tholr boys Western mother' will not withhold tho nocdod gold. America has startod on tho road to norlln. Tho way Is a long ono, and traveling Is difficult. Dut tho Jour ney must bo made, nnd tho pilgrims must bo equlppod. It Is no longor a question of "shall wo buy bonds" with Amorlcan mothers. That was answerod whon tho boys went ovor there. It Is no longor a question of "can we buy bonds." Tho exnarlenco of the first thrco loans has answered that. The question for Western womon, In company with women all ovor tho land, to answer Is "what Is tho limit to which I can, by sacrlflco and saving, by going without and working for, what Is tho llmjt which I can reach f CAN'T STOP SHORT OF BERLIN GOAL It would bo a sorry ending of a Jour noy to havo Amorlca stop short of Her- j lln. It Is Inconcolvablo that our sol dlors should stop short of that goal, Can you, womon of tho Wool, pauso In tho great task which has boon set tor youT Can you halt for nn Instant In tho fnco of tho country's need? Will all of thoso plannod purchases weigh In tho sculo with tho call which comes ringing acioss from thoso plains whoro tho boys aro lighting? It Is to koop your boy on tho march toward tho final goal that tho Oovornmont asks you to lend It your utmost. "I rogrot that I lmvo but ono llfo to glvo for my country," said Nathan Halo, as ho ascended tho enemy's gallows. Ours is tho task to savo lives for our country, to savo by lending our nil at Its loquest. Tho Fourth Uborty Loan gives Amorlcan mothers and sis. tors a now opportunity to mnko Impos sible a regret that thoy had but ono clinnco to give. Tho Fourth Liberty Loan Is ours. What Is our utmost? Tho country awaits our answer. You owe it to the Boys Over There Buy and Buy and By and By There'll be no KaUerl Liberty Bond or Liberty Bound, Which Will You Have It? Put Money In Bonds not Bonbons. Bonds Speak Louder than Words. Do Not Be a Bond Slacker. Hock the Kalier and Buy a Bond. Help Yankee Doodle Do the Des pot. . "-. Pay His Way to 8t. Helena on Bonds. Help Boom the Loan to Doom the Kaiser! A Man Who Won't Lend Is the Kaiser's Frlendl The More Bonds You Buy the Fewer Boys Will Dlel If You Can't Flrjht, Your Money Can. - Freemen Buy Bonds; Slaves Wear Them. "DO IT ELECTRICALLY" MONTH U r Soptombor Is DO IT ELECTRICALLY month all ovor tho United States. Thousands of J, H jl peopto aro putting asido tho old-fashlonod methods of housekeeping and are Installing f H modorn, officlont, Eloctrlc Appliances, that save so much time, labor and money jp H t Join this great, progressive throng by gottlng tho full value of Electricity in your homo! JL H h To do this you should first equip your homo with Convonlonco Service Outlets. Theso Wt H - outlets provldo handy placos for you to plug In your vacuum cloanor, oloctric Iron, wash- II H ing machlno, otc, without tho troublo of unscrewing a light globe. You can have them U H P p'ut in ovory room at a low cost and without inconvonionco. 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