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H THE GARLAND GLOBE H
I , the Garland
I ' Globe
1 'I INDEPENDKNT.
H J J. A. Whom, . . Editor and Mngr.
H Telephone No 22k
M ( (Formerly Wyatt's Butchor Shop.)
H 1 Saturday, March 3, 1906
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Earl Kvans Is quite nick this ucck with
H Jim 11 Hrrrick of Ogdcn visited Garb
H and Tuesday.
H It C Fryer nf Dewcyvllle was scon oil
H our streets Tuesday.
B Miss KIvk llooth returned Snuday from
H an extended visit to Provo.
H J H Smith of llrlgham whs transacting
H business hero Wednesday.
H The Misses Ssrah and Adit Fowler were
H visiting friends In Corinne ilw foru
H part of thoweck.
H The It M 11 Telephone Co., 1ms pur.
H chased a flnu black horsii for the use of
H the Garland oxchaugc.
H II F Hnnford of Provo, was n recent
H ' visitorto this city the guest of Mr nnd
M Mrs Jos. II Wallls.
H Quite a few of our citizens went to
H Ilrlghum Saturday nnd Sunday to attend
tho Stnko Conference.
1 Geo Robinson, an employee of filter
Bros. Drug store, is at post again after 11
few (lays Illness.
H Mrs. 8 Drako of Corluno was visiting
H in this city a few days last week, the
B guest of Mrs. J 0 Whcclon.
H Mrs 8 P Iloothe of Ilrlghum was visiting
H here Tuesday , the guest of her children
31 r and Mrs M A Iloothe.
H S WLawson of Z. C.M.I. , Salt Lake,
H and Mr Turner of Ogdcn were in town
H' the fore part of the week.
H Mr and Mrs Chauuscy Hess of Fielding
H were visiting in this city a few days this
H week, tho guests of Mrs Ilcss' sister Mrs
H 1 Miss Alta Jolly, of Beaver, Utah, sister
H of Mrs Eugcno Clayton, left for her homo
H", ! Thursday after a lenghty visit In this
, 1 Atty. Nets Jcuson and B F Bootho of
Brlghani were here Tuesday on business
H connected with tho firm of W II Bootho
K & 80ns.
V J C Whcclon and C J Campbell accora-
H panted by Mr. Drummond took a trip
Hi over the new road to Malad tho latter
H' part of last week,
H Miss Mabala Gam, the genial lady
clerk at Bootho's, Is spending the1 week
1 ' at Salt Lake and v Iclnlty visiting relatives
H and friends.
H Dale Parks of Riverside, who Is attend
H ing school at Logan, spent Washington's
birthday with bis parents, returning to
f school Saturday last.
B I Agricultural Superintendent, George
H Austin, of the Utah Sugar Company was
In town several days this week on bust-
H pertaining (o his company.
H , Mrs Lucy A Clark, mother of Mrs O L
H ' Wilcox, who has been In this city for
H some time past, Is visiting friends and
H relatives in Farmington this week.
H Two petitions are In circulation this
H week for tho appointment of city mar.
H shal. T E Sccrbt and Goorgc Henry are
H the parties after the position. Both are
BBB good citizens and have a long list of sign-
H ers. The Board will determine tho mat.
H . tcr at its next session. It U reported that
H i Mr Vanfltet will have a petition out for
H re-appointment to that position.
H Wanted: A correspondent to send us
H afow items weekly from each of the
H following places: Dcwuyvlllo, Riverside,
H Elwood, 1't. Lookout, Thatcher, Penrose,
H Washakie, Colllnston, Bear River City
H Tremont nnd other surrounding places.
H Your town aught to bo represented in
H this paper. Vi by not Interest yourself In
tclllug us what is dolugT We will send
thu paper freo to all correspondents and
give you some paper and envelopes If
H you will act. Write us a letter for pub.
H Heat lot) and help us build up the Great
H Bear River Valley.
H After the Doctor
H After the physlclau has made a
H careful study of a case and has
1 decided upon the remedy ncc.
cessary to euro, tho rcsponsl
H blllty of tho pharmacist begins.
H The remedies pescrlbcd must
B be pure, of standard strength,
B and must be accurately com-
IOur appreciation of this re
uponslblllty Is shown by tho
rare stock of prcscrlptloa drugs
' wo carry apd by the modern
scientific, methods employed In
our prescription department.
H) 1 Vour phytlelati will be pleased
H ' f wp f) his prescriptions.
H Ritr Bros. Drug Cq.,
H , Logan ond garland, Utah,
H , FlSHlrlJPf Preston and Moptpelier,
The hiyn ot the
is where you find
Practical Watch-maker and gen
M A Iloothe Iirs Ini.ulled an up-to-date
bath room and toilet In his cozy home In
thU city. It Is modern In every respect.
W II Parks of ltlvertddu has complet
ed the foundation for his new homo and
the carpenter work will be eommeuced
1 (! I.eary, vice-president of the now
stock yard company of Salt Lake, was in
town thlH week lit the, lutvrcts of The
Utah Sugar Co's sheep.
Mr. W. II. Roue, whoa little over a
week ago was compelled to return to his
home in Salt Lake City on account of
sickness, is again with us, and although
still looking a little peaked and pale,
claims to be quite himself again.
Mr Ed Ross of Sugar City, Idaho, was
tl'u guest of Mr and Mrs Joseph Wing
of thls.placu Friday. Mr Ross has been
visiting iu Lchl amoug friends and rela
tives fur tho past mouth and was on his
way to Idaho. He went ou north Satur
Mr James II Gardner, Gcn'l Supt., M
W lugalls, Consulting Engineer, M II
Fehttel, Factory Mauagvr, Dr. Bllx, Con
sulting Chemcst and Mr Dal ton, Engineer
Thu Utah Sugar Company were In Gar
laud Thursday ami Friday, and spent
most of their timu at the Sugar Factory
Mr Ray J Murphy Is again In Garland
having accepted a position with tho Utah
Sugar Company as Civil Engineer. Mr
Murphy has been In the Company's em
ploy for tho past year ami a half, but
left right after thu factory lampalgu on
account of lack of work iu thai depart
ment. Mr F M Martin, Chief Engineer of tho
Garfield Smelting Co. spent two or three
days tn this valley last week. Mr Mar
tin was up here for the purjiosu of in
specting the large wooden plle at tho
Bear River Power Plant, with thu view
of getting some, new Idea with relation
to this class of work.
A meeting of the Executive BoArd of
the Farmers' Protective and Commercial
Association was held at the Clayton
House In this city Saturday, Feb. 24, at
11 a m. A nice dluner and cheerful
quarters were secured by Oscar Harris,
Uarlaud's District member (if the Board.
Thu meeting was well attended ami con
siderable business was transacted,
Chairman of Board W II ltowo
(11 C Vnnausdcln
I T E Becrlst
T 11 Edwards
Clerk W P Eaton
Marshal W R Vantlcct
Justice of Pcaco 11 C Vanausdcln
1IOAKD Or HKALTIt
T. II. Edwards John Lant
Dr. J.M. Francke
Governor John C Cutler
Secretary Charles S Tlngey
Atty. General M A Breddcn
Auditor J A Edwards
Treasurer James Christiansen
Supt. of Public Instruction
A C Nelson
State 8enator 1st District Peter Clegg
Representative F W Fishburn
Judge First Judicial District
W W Maughn
District Attorney Fred J Holton
Chairman County Commissioners
A W Valentino
Commissioner, Iowa String
E H Jones
County Clerk N J Valentino
Prosecuting Attorney C E Foxley
Treasurer S N Cole
Sheriff Joseph Joscphson
Recorder Christlua Madsen
Assessor Ellas Jensen
County Superintendent of Schools
A E Jensen
Surveyor, Doweyvlllo J N Holdaway
Fish ii Game Warden Ellas Je nsen Jr
County Physician Dr. It A I'carse
Water Commissioner N P Andersen
COUNTY BOARP OF HEALTH,
A W Valentine Chairman
Dr, R A Ptarso Secretary
M B Hart apd E II Jones, members of
Precinct; JqtUea; Constable:
Hrighxm Andruw Funic Charles Chcsl
SunMt CN I'orWr TBprUt
Junction ( WnlUr J E Montgomery
riyrnouth fc Jturoi N J Nh
Promontory Ooo. House CharUmCArd
Trrce O W Pawns l- J itaswt
Clear Creek B E Usker
I'ark Valley bavH llirachl W E WhltsVer
Grouae Creek Vhl) i'oskett J YY Cook
HlreriUe ? A Caixner Jaa Iladtieli
WilUnl 6 N C"k (io J Will
IhreoMllfl TCVoung Almon Wlnht
Mantua N C Jcppeaen 1 Jsns Ke lr
Calja Fort W Vf Ualey K llunraker
Deweyville C J IXiwoy I) II Marble
ColUniton OKTwUehell ) IlHtandlng-
Malad ' Ehliadley 3am.sCoi'
Bear lllvcr AL J plmiren 11 V '1'lioreaen
fSSS WSiXSr TOM
Itawllna Thoe Ijwb John Ii Watt
snowvills O W Itobulns A L Putenen
mm K II rWl Chrti KwhKh
From South 1 1 .00 a. m.
Going South 3:05 p.m.
Mails arrive from Penrose and
way at 10:00 a. m.
Mails leave tor Penrose and
way at 11,30 a. m,
O. L. Wilcox,
L N Barr, druggist at Rlter Bros.' Drug
store at Logan, Is Iu ehargu of tin drug
storo hero a few days this week relieving
Mr Rostan who went to Ogdcn Tuesday
to spend a few days .
Enema. Tetter. Salt Rheum, Itch,
Ring Worm. Herpea, Barbera'
All of these diseases nro attended by
Intense Itching, which is almost Im-tantly
relieved by applying Chamberlain's
Salve, and by Its continued uso a per
manent euro may bo effected. It has,
In fact, cured many cases that had re
sisted other treatment. Price 2" cents
per box. For sale by Rlter Bros. Drug
O. ,S L. TIME TABLE
Leaves Brigham. . . , 9:00 a. m.
" Corinne 9:30 a. m.
" Tremonton ..10:00 a. m
" Garland ....10:50a.m.
Arrives at Malad 1 2 :4s p. m.
Leaves Malad 1 :i5 p. m.
Tremonton . . . 3 :35 p. m
Corinne ....4:20 p.m.
Arrives ut Brigham . . 5 -oo p. m.
N. W. Parkr
Wo would be pleased to have our read
ers, and the public generally, send In
such items of news as may come under
their observation, such ns births, deaths,
mnrrages, goings and comings, etc.
Many things transpire that we may over
look, hence we ask you to assist us In
this matter that wo may be able to pub
lish am. tho news.
Tho American Tobacco Co's mnn, Mr.
Nightengale, was in towu on business
I he Garland Clothing House
"There's No Place Like Home."
If you want to feel jf HOME, P to the
S. til. CLAYTON, PROPRIETOR
Nice Airy Rooms Clean Tables Electric Lighted
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS RATES REASONABLE
CHOICE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. V
POOL AND BILLIARDS.
Hear tho Electric Piano In all tho latest selections,
STEPHENS BROS., PROPS.
We are prepared to furnish you with anything you want in
Medium Slzo Go-Carts,
and Carriages, d
The most durablo,-the handsomest ,-the most comfortable and tho very best on
tho market for tho money,
Come and seo our splendid lines. Also boo our now assortment of spring wall
paper, Just arrived, straight from tho factory nnd at factory prices. Also our
carpets, linoleum, late cm' .Ins, etc.
Stohl Bros. Eurn Co,
FOR . I
Genuine bar- I
srsrsrcALL ON US,, I
Our line of Shoes, Men's Underware, Hosiery, Hat, Dress M
Goods and Trimmings, Outing?, China-ware, Dishes, Etc, H
A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries also on hand. M
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.' jl
GROVER, ROSE & CO. I
Bonk of Garland I
i directors: M
w ., ... I Got. John C. Cutler. W. W. I
VI W Rlter, president. J Rlter. Thomas It Cutler, Geo.
Thomas R Cutler, vlce-prest, "n "yi.3,0,Jl,, K?M,J 2 M
T Odcll, Wm D Lewis, V R jH
L. G. Young, cashier. Vanflcctand Horace G Whit- M
Transacts general banking business. Exchange drawn on the H
principal cities of the United States and Europe. H
Open a savings account with us in your youth and provide for M
old age. M
Safety deposit boxes for rent. 'fr
Jhe Garland Club, II
Eph Coombs, Manager. Ail
Choice Wines, Liquors nnd Cigar 11
Billiard and Pool Room in Connection. IH
Garland Utah. M
Hardware and Furniture I
We carry a complete line nf Stoves, Ranges, I
Heaters, Shelf Hardware, Wall Paper, Lno.
leum; Also an up-to-date line ot Furniture 1
and house-hold furnishings. I
Our line of Baby Carriages and Go-carts is U
Call and examine our stock before you buy
JENSEN BROS.' COMPANY,
(Successors to Hyrum Jensen)
Garland Utah. I
DAN PARRY AD0 j
Dealer in II
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries, 'I
Fish and Game in Season. 1