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I THE GARLAND GLOBE H
I The Garland
H J A.Wixom, . . Editor nnd Mugr.
I Telephone No 22k
B (FormarlyWjrall'a Butcher Shop.)
B Entered u aecuul-chua matter February 17,
Hb IMC. at tha poat offlca at Garland, Utah, under
HI th. Act of Congress of March S, 1879.
H Saturday, May 7, 1906
I ITEMS OF INTEREST.
M MIm Violet Carter spent Sunday with
Bj Lcr parents In Rrlgliam City.
H W. H. Hoothe.Sr. of Hrlgliam was In
H Garland a few days this week.
H Mr. John Illugham and Mi Itnc
H Woodhury wcro Fielding visitors last
H Merchant Kvan Morgau nnd M. 'Wood
H of Colllnslon, were hlglitscelng In town
H C. W. Lawrence, real estnto nnd in-
H mi Mil co agent of Corlnuc, paid Garland
H a vliit Saturday laat.
H Mrs. M. K. Campbell of Hrlglmm City,
H spent Monday and Tucwlay In this city
H the guest of her sister, Mrs .1 C Wheclon.
H Dr. Allen Roche of ioclie Fort, west
H of Corinno, paid this office a pleasant
H call during hit visit In Garland Monday.
H Wright Kvani, an employee of W. A.
H Ray's store, was visiting friends In Ilrlg-
H ham and Logan tho fore part of the
M Mr and Mrs L. J. Smith of Trcmont
H and Mrs James Iverson of Rrlgliam spent
H Sunday In this city the guests of Mr
H Maggie Wixom.
H W. H. Howe returned Monday from
Hj a trip to Salt Lake, stopping off at Cor-
H, Inne enroute to look nftcr his property
H at the latter place,
H Mrs. M.G. Hansen has returned from
H Layton where she went ou account of
H tbo Illness of her mother. She reports
H her mother Improving.
- Tbo South Uountlfiil Meeting house
H was dedicated Sunday, April 20, at i! p.
H m., I'rcs. Jo-iepb F. Smith being present.
H Davis County Clipper.
H Mrs. II. L. Itooth went to Provo the
H fore part of the week being summoned
H there on account of tho Illness of her
H daughter, Mrs. Ida Llddi.ird.
H Resident Manager MoMuh Kvans of
H Tho Utah Sugar Co., spent the fore part
H of tbe week at Salt Lake and Eureka
H returning Wednesday afternoon.
H P N Pierce, Wm Miller and Lyiunn
H Miller of Penrose, Up Jumes Nelson,
H Jr., and Allen Hocbu of Thatclicr were
H ' In Garland Saturday last on business.
H Hon. Joseph Howell, M.C., Washing-
H'i ton, D. C, mailed this oftlec a copy of
H the Congressional Directory, OUtli Con-
H, gress, 1st Session, a few days ago. It
H contains about 420 pages of valuable, in-
H formation. Thanks.
M William Iwe of Wllhtrd, father of
H Iloyal Lowe, and Mr and Mrs Wilford
H Nuttell and daughter, who were In San
H Francisco during the recent lisastrr and
H escaped unhurt, were Garland visitors
H Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Iloyal
M Bora Nlpptw.
H A euro may be effected by applying
H Chamberlain's Salve as soon as tho child
H it done nursing. Wipe it oft with a soft
H cloth before allowing the child to nurAO.
H Many trained nurses uso this salvo with
H tho best results. Price 23 cents per box.
H Sold by Ititcr Bros Drug Storo.
I Paint w w?
m Your for
H.v r VCTS
Just think, we mak it pos-
H sible for you to make a new bug
B gy out of your old one for the
H small sum of
H SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
H The paint is mixed all read)
H for use, so any one can put it
H It is made of the best ma-
H terials and will not peel or crack
H the first time the sun shines on it.
H It has a glass-like varnish
H finish that will stand exposure.
H Drop in and we will tell you
H more about it and we'll 'how
H you color cards so you can make
HI your selection.
H Riter Bros. Drug Co.,
H' Logan and Garland, Utah,
H ' Franklin, Preston and MontpeUer,
Hj ' Idaho.
Jos Jensen was on the sick list a few
day this week.
Wm Preston of Weston, Ida., spent a
few days In this city this week.
Tho outside work on Up W h Graver's
new home l nenring completion.
0. W. Kuudson came over from Hrlg
bam Wednesday In the Interests of his
Mrs 0 W Green came up from Ogdcn
Wednesday and is spcuding the week In
With every fie box of carpet tacks you
get n beautiful painting worth 25c at
Jensen Hros. It
Mr nnd Mis John Shumwny, Mr nnd
Mrs Alex Archibald spent May 1st in
Go to the Saner Restaurant for Ice
Citam, Choice Caudles and Cold Sum
nier Drinks. tf
Geo Austin, Agricultural SuptofTho
Utah Sugar Co was In Garland a few
days this week.
T. II. Edwards returned Wednesday
from a few day's visit to Lchl, Salt Lake
City nnd vicinity.
Fred Foulger of Ogdcn spent u fuw
days here this week In tho Interest of
the photograph gallery.
Mrs Olof Johnson is spending the
week at Parry, Utah, visiting her par
ents Mr and Mrs Barnard White
W. W. Riter, Prcs. of Tho Uank of
Garland, spent a few days in this city
this week on business connected with
Culburt King of Coyoto, Southern
Utah, father or Wm. King, Is visiting
in this city this week tho guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. King.
M. A. Wallace, who has resided In
this city for somctlmo pakt, left Wed
nesday for Ontario, Oregon, where hu
will make his home in tho future
II. Ottc camo over from Logan Wed
nefcday to take his place as inanngcr of
Riter Hros. Drug Store and L. N Harr
who lias been rellevclng him returned
to Logan the same day.
Another ear of machinery for Gar
land ' uew mill arrived tho foro part of the
week. J. F. Enlmann returned Thursday
from 11 trip to the Dear River Canyon
Power Plant to secure the neccsary
ropes nnd tackle to hoM tho machlnery
to the hcrond nnd third floors.
Manager Edwards of the Garland
Dramatic Co., in formed us that thn play,
"Tho Inherited Curse," bad been cast
aud as soon as the parts ton It' be mem
orized the citizens of Garland nnd vici
nity would have the opportunity of wit
nessing ouu of tbe best mclo-dramas of
A dance at the Amusement Hall Tues
day evening brought out a good sized
crowd of young people All report h
plensaut evening's enjoyment. There
will be another dance tonight nnd it is
reported that the floor Is in excellent
condition liming recently undergone
A conference of the High Priests'
Quorum of tho North district was held
at the Elwood hall Sunday last, mem
bers of the Stake Presidency being in
attendance Reports were given from
thu various wards. Among the visitors
in attendance from this part of the dis
trict were: High Councilman W D
Lewis, Up. W L Gruver, Counselor Jos.
Jensen, Elders Mark Hall, Sauford
llingham and W II Crandall.
G. 11. Mahcr has severed bis connec
tion with thu It M II Tel. Co. and has
opened up a General Electric business in
this city dealing in all kinds of electrical
supplies such as washing machine
motors, electric llntirons, etc. He also
does all kinds of house wiring and gen
eral electric furnishings. Latku Mr
Mailer received word a few duys ago
that his services wcro needed at Cocur
u' Aleiio, Ida., and that a good position
awaited him its district manager of the
R M II Tel. Co at that place. He dis
posed of his supplies and left Thursday
for that city.
Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. with Its big
tent aud excellent band gave a good
show hero last Saturday night on the
square west of thu Clayton House. The
tent was tilled to Its utmost capacity,
H.-ople coming from all parts of thu
county. Thu main features worthy of
locution were thu flue band, tho charac
ters of Uncle Tom, Topsy, Eva and
Marks. Tho nftcr show was very enter
taining consisting of dancing, illustrated
bongs, juggling, aaxyephonu duets, and
moving pictures. Thu show took 11 good
sum of money out of our city aud what
they left heiu will not hurt us.
Under the head of Utah Horticulture
tbe Utah Statu Journal published a
Icugthy article a few days ago and we
clip thu following extract from the arti
cle on apple growing that will bo of in
terest to the many friends of W. H
Rowe: "In tho Hear River Valley thu
farmers arc bcgluniug to get action in
the apple line. Uncle Hilly Rowe says
after suvnrlng continuously for fifteen
years ho has dually demonstrated to u
lot of them that an apple tree needs rare
and atteutlou the same as a row, and
that when it gets It, It returns tho favor
by a large crop. Apples are a good crop
lu that valley aud will be better as the
'years roll by."
In the Social Realm.
The crowning social event of the sea
son was the entertainment given by
members of the Ladles' Self-Culture
Club to their husbands at the home of
Mr and Mrs. Moslah Evnns Thursday
The rooms were bright with carnations
nnd ferns, bits of candy peeped from
thetr abode of cut glass and ribbons as
a sweet welcome to their guests.
A short program with music nnd
games furnished plenty of laughter and
tho apt way the "Ghost" had In dealing
with a number of tho gentlemen, cer
tainly convinced them of the club's good
Splendid refreshments wcro 'daintily
served and enjoyed by all. The gentle
men showed their appreciation to thoso
ofllelatlng In a hearty vote of thanks,
Thoso present were: Messrs and Mes
dames Moslah Evans, Geo Rogers, W D
Lewis, T II Edwards, II C Cutler, Jos
Jensen, J J Sellers, J T Roberts, L J
Somsen, Jos Wing, Jos H Wallis, W P
Eaton, J T Lnnt, M A Hootho, Mrs
Wheclon, Mrs Campbell, Tho Misses
Leah Rush, Hazel Evans, Uarbarn Wan
lass nnd Mr Moslo Evnns.
l2grGet ynur Bulter Wrappers
printed at the GLonii Jon Okkicr
John Hums of Fielding, fnthcr of
Mrs Ursel Rose, Is spending a few days
lu this city.
Attorney Nels Jcnson of Hrigham was
In Garland yesterday in the Interests of
the now mill.
Peter Jensen and his son came over
from Paradise yesterday to look after
his farm in tills section. Ho expects to
locate here soon.
Mr. .and Mrs. W. P. EBton leavo for
Suit Lake Sunday. .Mr Eaton goes to
New York Monday for a thrco weeks' 1
sojourn and Mrs. Eaton will visit hcri
parents at the state capital during hU
Hoothe Mrrcintllo fe Produce Co. have
purchased the wagon formerly owned j
and run by Hoolho & Peircc at Hrigham I
City nnd will run it hero taking in the
country north nnd west of this city and
carry a complete line of groceries, dry
goods, etc , to supply the outlying dls
tiiets. John Owens of Trcmont was In Gar
land Wednesday altcndlug to business
connected with ills property here. He
has given Mra. Avn Snsscr tho privilege
of continuing her restaurant business at I
tho same old stand and w III begin at I
once on the work of erecting 11 neat cem
ent block structu 10 next to the Snsscr
Restaurant on Factory St.
It Is Dangaroua to Neglect a Cold.
How often do we hear It remarked:,
"It's only a cold," and a few days later
learn that the man is on his back with
pneumonia. This is of such common
oecureuco that n cold, however slight,
tdiould not be disregarded. Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy counteracts any
tendency of a cold to result In pneu
monia, 'and has galucd its great popular
ity and extensive sale by its prompt
cures of this most common ailment. It
always cures and is pleasant to take.
For sale by Riter Hros Drug Store.
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 for Penrose and
way at 11.30 a. m,
O. L. Wilcox,
I O. ,S L. TIME TABLE
Leaves Brigham. . . . 9:00 a. m.
Corinne 9:30 a. m
Trcmonton . .10:00 a. m
" Gdrland ....10:50a. m
Arrives at Malad 12:45 p- m.
Leaves Mnlad 1 :i$ p. m
" Garlrnd 3:2op.m
Tremonton . ..3:35p m
Corinne ....4:20 p.m.
Arrives at Brigham . ,5oop. m.
F. L. Scofikld,
Wo would he pleased to have our read
ers, nnd the publlu generally, send in
such items of news as may come under
their observation, such as births, deaths,
marriages, goings nnd comings, etc.
Many things transpire that wo may over
look, hencu wo ask you to assist us in
this matter that wo may bo able to pub
lish A 1.1. the news.
rmu will And a Good Business
I "U awaiting you in Garland if
you arc a Good Dentist and will locate
Wanted: A correspondent to send us
n fow items weekly from eneh of the
following places: Dowcyville, Fielding,
Elwood, Pt. Lookout, Thatcher, Penrose,
Washakie, Collinston, llenr River City
Trcmont and other surrounding places.
Your town ought to be represented lu
this paper. Why not interest yourself In
tolling us what is doing? Wo will send
' the paper free to all correspondents and
give you some paper and envelopes if
you will act. Write us a letter for pub
lication and help us build up thu Great
Hear River Valley.
Spring Creations! i : jfjf&jtjfj
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A complete line of all tho NEW SPRING j in9S M,,nerV
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Fish and Oysters in Season
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JENSEN BROS. I
(Successors to Hyrum Jiiitcn) M
Garland Utah. H
Garland Clothing House I
For wwk endina-May Sth:
R. William?, J. 1'. Erdmann,
Au Erickson, M. E, Anderson,
C. W. Knudson, J imcs Romer,
Brigham; O. H. Kidmore, H. .
Miers, J. A. Glazier, C. II Spen
cer, J. W Fletcher, W. W.
Young, Salt Lake; P. A. Isak
son, Eric lsakson, W. W. Cross
man, Wm. Duglas, A. Christ
enven, J.ts. B.Jorklund, O'den;
Ghas. Burton, R. M B. Tel. Co;
Jim Munzy, Kansas-; E. RiltW,
Cul ; Wm. Preatou, vVeston, Ida.
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J.W. Lewis, I
I'rarlical Watch maker and gen- 1
eral repairer. II
Hawks & Layton
Conlraclors & Builders
Estimates and Material furnished
for all kinds of buildings.
Phone No. 8s. Garland, Utah,