H THE GARLAND GLOBE I
H THE GARLAND GLOBE.
H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Miijrr.
H Telephone No 22k
Kntrrnl ioconl-Uuu mattrr February 17,
H 1906. at the pot ofllcn nt Garland, Utah, under
H tho Act of Consrras of Marcli .1. 18TII.
H Saturday, June 16, 1906
H ITEMS OF INTEREST.
H L'i-m'I Rose untile it llyiiijf. trip to Officii
H All kinds of llcer on lie :it Rilur llro.
M Drugstore. JfMf
fl Old papers to put iintlrr your carpels
H fur miiIu ut t lilt olllco. Mir luri s 100.
B C'lins. Welling tins scciirdl 11 position
H ns clerk nt the Ilootliir Mcr mid I'rodittu
(Jim. V. Wood nunc up from Farm-
B inpltm .Monday and u ill spend tlio swii-
H ' V. V. Riter, president of The Hiinkof
H (tnrlnnd, was in town Tuesday in the in-
H ten st of the
B TI101. Kvans of llrl'li.1111, father of
Wright Kvans, mis 11 Uarlaud hltor thii
fl fore, purl of the week.
M .Mrs. Harriet Jtird or Ncplii, Utah, is
H filing in this city with her gland-
M daughter, .Mm. T. i:. SivrM .
h Royal I.owo and wife were isking re-
lallvc and friends in Suit I.aku and AVil-
l.inl the foil part of the week.
H M ((.Hansen returned Hiiiulny from
Ln Inn, wlieio ho went to attriid tlio fun-
H cral of Ills ulfo'n mother, Mrs. King.
Irs. .Imiiics Vamcy of American Fork,
H nistcr of D.ivld Dorton, is visiting rein-
H lives mid fiicnds in this city and vicinity.
H .1. V. Lewis and wife, accompanied hy
H Miss I .cull Hush, droo to the county
H tra't Sunday morning returning '" tlio
H NuticK A good Durham hull will he
H m. The Utah Sugar Co. 'it liarn for the!
H next thirty ilas. .Sec-(1. P. Miller for
H Information. JultlUt
H Mr. and Mr M.A. Root he returned
H ' Sunday from n visit lo Ogden where
H they went to take in the Commercial
H lions' celebration.
H I'ok Sm.i. Ciikm' Kluu li-roum home
H and 20 acres of land. Water-right and
H improvements. I 'art cash, part time. Ap-
m ply to Tuns. Wise, Uitrlaul, L't. J10 j7
H Mr. Murdock of Logan and Mr. Stnd-
H tlard of 'rou wcrt Onihind visitors
H Sunday rvriilnt;. The came ocr from
H Logan in an automobile, enrouio to Pro-
H Mrs. Sylvia Hogcnscn of Montpclicr,
H Idaho, sihtcr of A. .1. llroomhcad, came
V to this city .Monday and spent u few da.v.s.
LLm Sho has Ju.st returned from mi extended
H visit to Munti, Utah.
H It, Kaiser, proprietor of the Hotel
LLm Utah'Un at lirigham, and Miss Kdtm ()!
LLm ten of that city were married in Ogdcn
LLm Thursday CMiilng. June 7th, Hcv. A.T.
LLM Rankin performing the ceremony.
H Dr. O. H. Dihblec, roprifeuting the
m Alexander Optical Co, of .Salt l.nkc City,
LLm and II. C. 1'orti.r mado their initial trip
LLW to this city Monday mid Tiu-bdajv They
LLm will make Unrlnml n visit every four
H months in the In to test of their compatiy.
LLM A petition requesting The Utah Kugur,
m Light and Tower Co. to extend the iilec
LLm trie, light system to 11 point two and one
B half miles north of the Garland Hank on
M Main St. is being circulated forsignltiires.
M Wis horra to c this improvement in Gap
M land North boon.
LLm In a private letter to the editor, liar-
M vcy Arlluc, formerly of this dty, who is
H now living in Dover, Florida, w rites that
H I'rcst. lien K. Rich has cnllcd him to All
H a mission. He expresses a willingness to
H answer the call and will leave in Septem-
H bcr to lahor in the Held that hclsnppoln
H Whon you net d a Sewing Machine get
LW thnhest. Oct a Singer from I K l'rlb-
M hp, jy
Paint w r
Your 1-or 7lnTC
H Just think, we mak. it pos
m nible for you to make a new bug-
M gy out of your old one for the
M small sum of
H SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
m The paint is mixed nil r?acly I
M for use, so any one can put it
H It in made of the beat 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 linisli that will stand exposure.
H Drop in and we will tell you
H more about it and we'll show
H you color cards so you can make
H your selection,
Riter Bros. Drug Co.,
H Logan and Garland, Utah,
H Franklin, Preston and Monlpelier,
Wines nnd Liquors for Medicinal pur
poses at Itltcr llros Drug Store. J0-tf
John T. Johnson and Mr. Hawkins of
Uothwcll were in town Tuesday unci
placed a t2,000 order with Jensen Broi.
for necessary matcrlnl for tho erection of
a meeting house nt that place. Work
will he commenced ns soon as the mater
ial enn lie delivered.
Mks Minnie liny, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. W. A. Ray ennio up from Halt Lake
a few days ngo nnd U visiting with her
parent in this city. 8)10 expects to take
a pleasure trip lo tlio coast soou. On
her return aim will remain in tills city
until the opening of the school season in
Salt Luke w hen she will go lo that city to
1 rimme her work in tho public schools.
Jnmns Jensen nnd wife, accompanied
by MU Lula Keller, went down to Man
tua Monday to attend the wedding re
ception of Mlsa Clco Jensen nnd Martin
lUsmtisxcu which was given nt thu bride's
home the name evening, Tho young
couple were married in the Salt Lake
Temple one day last week A dance was
nl-o given at tho ward hall Monday eve
ning. Miss Jensen is a niece of the Jen
.sen Ilros. of this city.
Monday while at work in tho Foulger
building, A. J. Hawks was approached
b ('. J. C'anlwcll on .some mnttcr that
has stood bctw cen them for come tlmo
past and a mix-up wan the outcome. In
the excitement that followed, Cautwoll
wils stiuck by Hnwka nnd friends inter
fered nnd prevented any serious rcsultw.
Both went before J URtlc Vuuaiisdelu and
deposited a small fee for assault and
disturbing 1 lie peace. r
Go to the. Susscr Restaurant for Ice
Treani, Choice Candies nnd Cold Sum. I
mcr Drinks tf
Lchi Banner Notes.
Tuesday afternoon, while nt play near
the augnr factory, Hugh Olterson, ago U
years unit miii of Julius Ottcraon, had the
mKfortiiiif to break his leg between the
knee nnd the hip. Dr. Steele was called
and set tho biokeu limb. Hupt. Gardner
lu speaking of the accident that occured
at the sugar factory Tuesday, wishes
that paicut-s would keep their children
iiwiij fiom the factory grounds. Ho is in
deed Nirry that this accident should hate'
occurred and is using every menus to
keep children off the grounds and out of
thivstignr HUory .
A sou at rived ut the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Win. A. Kvans last Saturday.
A son was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Israel
fivans on Monday.
M . H. Welling, president of tho Malad
Stake was a Garland visitor Thursday.
Mr and Mrs Joseph Devcy of Salt Lake
are visiting relatives in Garland this
if your stomach troubles you do not
conclude that there is no cure, for 11
great many have been permanently cured
by Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
'I ablets Get h free sample at Itltcr
liros. drug .store and give them a trial.
They also cure constipation and billions
Second Counselor Jos, Jensen presided
at the servh ea held In the ward hall Sun
day last. Singing by the congregation.
Prayer by J. C. Glcason. Singing.
Sacrament administered by Elders James
Jensen and John C. Manning. Follow
ing were the speakers: Kldors David
Foulger, Ciilburt King nnd Peter Jensen.
Counselor Jos. Jensen made a few closing
remarks. Singing. Rcncdictiou by
Elder A. II. Glcason.
How to Uroak Up a Cold.
It may ho n surprise to many to learn
that a severe cold can bo completely
broken up In one or two day's time. Tho
first symptoms of a cold aro a dry, loud
cough, a profuse watery discharge from
the nose, mid a thin, white coating on
the tongue. When Chamberlain 'a cough
remedy is taken every hour on the first
appearance of tlice symptoms, it count
eracts the oiled of the cold and p-storen
thu system to a healthy condition with
in n day or two. For sal by Htcr llroa.
E. V. Schneider.
General Blacksraithing and
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
Washing Machine Motors
and Klectrio Flat-Irons.
Garland, .- Utah
CUTTING THE COST fl
FOR SALK UY
Ocnlera in Carpets, Hugs, Linoleum,,
Mattings, Curtains Wall-paper & House
Agents for the White Sewing Machine
and Ogden Knitting Works' Goods.
SPP 0r Round Oak Chief
- -RANG E-
C'nll and see our samples of Spring and
Summer Suits Wc can fit you.
Riter Bros. Rloek, Garland, Utah.
In the base ball game played on the
local diamond Saturday Inst, June Oth,
tho homo team went down to defeat at
the hands of the Wcllsvlllc bnll-tossers,
to the tunc of 8 to 11, Tho score docs not
tell a true story of the game, however,
as it was not such a one-sided fray as the
score might indicate. Each team got the
sr.mo number of hits, but Wcllsvlllo had
tho happy knack of bunchinc their slugs
while tho Garland boys had tho unhappy
falling of sprinkling them all through
thu game. The Garland gladiutors had
them whipped to a standstill in the out
Acid, iw they plajed errorless base ball.
The playing of the out field, the work
of Ci.mplicll on short for Gnrlnnd, the
catching of Popplcton nnd tho batting
of G 3Iatighau lor tho Wcllsvlllc war
riors were thu features of tho fray.
From the spectators point of view, tho
game was not nearly so Interesting as
tho game played on tho local diamond a
short tlmo ago between the llrighnm
bunch and the home tcniii, At times it was
dccldely alow, nnd tho crowd could not
suppress nil occasional ynwn. About the
only good, subslnncial rooting that was
donewna bv a crowd of hearties from
Tremout, who let pass no opportunity of
rooting for the Wcllsvlllo team. A word
about the Wcllsvlllc bojs: Tlio very
least that ran be siid is, that they nre a
mighty fine, Jolly lot of fellows, and per
fect gentlemen, every oiie of them.
The linc-np follows:
A.Muughnii p Evans, Lowe
It. Maiighnii lb Wnllls
C. Maughan Jib Fowler
G Maughan lib Schaffcr
D.Stewart sx Campbell
Allen rf Hall
Walter cf Van Lciivan
J. Smart If Glcason
Int. Mt. Republican Notes.
For the second tlmo within 11 month,
Snltair Reach, milrond mid pnvllliou has
change hands, the Elks having completed
arrangements and took entire possess
ion of the famous resort last Thurs
day, June 11. The resort will bo newly
painted with purple hues being
the color selccttd bv the nntlercd herd.
Reports from Wlllnrd, Utnh, nre to the
effect that on Monday 0110 Ed.Soreusen
pushed n shotgun through the window of
n room in which Mrs. Dan Woodland
wns sleeping nnd II red it in an attempt to
kill her. He was unsuccessful in taking
'her life, however, but the shot tore oft
' her arm near the shoulder, Sorcnwi
was nrrasted and will be glv en 11 hearing
if the woman is nblo to testify. It is
sild that the two families Imvo been at
outs for some tlmo mid that the Incident
is a result. Mrs. Woodland is in a eilti
cal condition. Sorrcnscn broke down
after being arrested bv Shut HI Joscphsen
and confessed to the shooting claiming
H. Woodland, sou of Dan Woodland,
hired him to do the deed owing to Nome
dispute in land matters. Woodland
disclaims any knowledge of tho crime.
A preliminary examination will be held
Flag Dny.Thusduy, June 14, was ob
served in this city by a number of our
busincsri houses floating the stars and
strips. The Utah Sugar Co. 'a largo flag
was put out nnd 11 few private resi
dences' were decorated with small Hags.
The Amusement Hall bore 11 large flag
in memory of the day.
Tho Vrr BeUKcmcdy For Bowel Trouble.
Mr M F Rorrouglis, an old nnd well
known resident of Uluftton, Ind., says:
"I regard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy as tho very best
remedy for bowel trouble I make this
statement after having used tho remedy
in my family for several yours. I nin
nover without It." This remedy Is al
most sure to ho needed before tho sum
mer Is over. Why not buy It now and
be prepared for such an emergency 7
For sale by Riter Ilros. Drug Store.
(From Davis Co. Clipper.)
Elder 0. W. Wood lcturncd n few days
ago'from the Netherlands mission.
Mrs. John Manning nnd Miss Lucy
King of Gnrlnnd came down Thursday.
At the recent conference held nt Gree
ley, Colo., Elder Chnrlcs Rnrkdnll wns
assigned to labor in Xorth Pork, that
Fred Smith has been qultn sick ngnln
for tho past two weeks. He has never
fully recovered since he had smallpox
when he wns on his mission in England
four yenis ngo.
The three yenr-old-son of Mrs. George
Manning had his foot nearly cut oil at J
the Instep Thursday- The little fellow
put hit foot on tlio block where un older
brother was chopping wood.
Jos. Jensen's new residence Is being
roofed in, the frame work being practi
Miss Mahala Gnru and Miss Lnnh Rush
returned Filday evening from a trip to
W.J. Fife left Thursday for n trip
through tho ntnto of Idaho.
Moslah Evans was a Salt Lake visitor
the fore part of the week.
Mrs. G. W. Green returned Sunday to
Ogdcn after n pleasant visit here.
J. It. Smith of Rrigham, wns in town
1 hursday. He is suffering from a enso
Stake Quarterly Conference.
The Rjxclder Stake quarterly confer
ence wns held in Rrigham Citv Saturday
nnd Sunday, June Oth and 10th, 100(5.
Tim meetings were well nttcnecd,
SATllltlUY, 10 A. M.
Prcst. Oleou N. Stohl gave .1 report of
the condition of the Stake stating tint
tho men who preside In the different
wards are working hard and much effect
ive work has hecu done in the past sl
months. Advised parents to tnke care of
their children and observe the Word of
Wisdom. Up. Win J. Fncer repotted
tho Wlllnrd ward and Up. G(0. C. Dew
ev gave n roport of tho Dewey vlllc ward.
Elder C. ('. Shaw of Ilyrtinuilso address
ed the the meeting,
SATUltDAY, a l. M.
1st Counselor Lucius A. Snow, 2nd
Counselor W. ('. Horsclcv, Elder t'has
H. llnrt and Apostlo O. F. hltney were
the speakers at the afternoon session
SUNDAY, 10 a. si.
J. D. Pctcr.s, stake Supcrintcndant of
Sundiy Schools, had chirgc of the morn
ing session Sunday, Elder Jesso W .
Hoopes nddrossed the met ting on the
subject of "Parents Classes lu the Sun
The Misses Madscn and Gldney sang a
Tlio testimony of the Three Witnesses
was recited in concert by the Sunday
Schools, conducted by M'ii-s LotiNc Iii
giam. Class exercises were given by tlii Pii
mary children ol the various w'nid',, and
Geo, D Piper sang in a pleniti,T vuiv'.
"The Children 'sFriond. Apostle t). 1-'.
Whitney and Elder C. II. Hart were the
SUNDAY, !) 11. r.
Elders C. II Hart and Apostle O. F.
Whitney addressed tho saints. Tho
church ntithorltcs were presented nnd
sustained. During the conference Geo.
D. Piper sang a few choice selections.
The splendid remarks of Apostle O. F.
Whitney all through the conference were
listened to with much interest.
In the evening n conjoint session of
the M. Ii A. was held nnd wus well at
tended. Garland and vicinity wns well
represented in tho conference meetings.
There nre mnnj people who lutvc used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Pitirr
hoca Remedy with splendid resu1 but
who tiro unknown because the) have
hesitated about giving 11 testimonial of
their experience for publication. These
people, however, nre nono tho less
friends of this remedy. They hnve done
much townrd making it 11 household
word by their personal recommendations
to friends nnd neighbors. It Is u good
medicine to have in the home and U
widely known for Its cures of diarrhoea
and all forms of bowel trouble, For sale
by Riter Ilros. Drug Store.
Spring Creations! ! j$jj&jjt
h finny iwiuti
Your New Spring SUIT, SKIRT, II VT or LfldiCS' PUTIlish-
WAI8T Is uw ailing your selection at our store. Mllll
A complete lino of all the NEW SPRING . ln9S "llnerV
CREATIONS Just In , ' DrCSS GOO(iS &
Call and examino tho goods and get first choice 1 Notions.
AMupip PORTER BLOCK, I ' Jf J Jf J&J& jjjf
. niiriC. GARLAND, UTAH. ' V
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
We Have Them al! Sizesj Kinds and Prices.
WE ALSO HAVE A FINE LINE OF
6E REAM FEEZEfS
And Dishes, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Granite and Enameled
Ware etc., at PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
We Gan Satisfy Your Wants.
iefc.Full value for your money guaranteedg3
Stohl Bros. Turn Co,
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r. nriimnininr1M1BIM,m n MWIIIIirr. -nmmn
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, SHOES, FURNISHINGS, Etc. 1
QUALITY - - Always the best.
PRICES - - Always right
ou" Grocery Stock IS T,IC S?g0mifTE
A full line of JAPANESE SUPPLIES constantly on hand.
5"GOODS DELIVERED AT ALL IIOURS.
Call and leave your orders at
GROVER, ROSE & CO.
BY GETTING A
Refrigerator and an
ICE CREAM H2EEZER
SUSiSSC WE HAVE THE I
te?5S;i ON TUB .MARKET I
feAjtAPJssW m See our "ALASKA" 14t.-fri.iuT- ffl
i'Hklf. .i-,,-.'! !$ ator.s nnd In- ('m.uii Kice- I
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I'LL -J i ' , 1
jisfeHSsL M A Complete line nil .-Zf.-, nil
k'ff "-iiil:-'P rnceh. We can saltsly your
tii' --.. " H wants.
JENSEN BROS. I
(.Successors to II ruin ,lcn-eu)
Gnrlind Utah. I
ONK! ONK! WHEE-EE1 In times of necd lljcre ,
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J y S I ING and SHIRTS. I
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"- j NT VSl M lf Wl11 not cost yu a CL'nl t0
r vtK$jr 'sh.1 cal1 and lool; over our ST K. I
G) f jJ HITE yESTS! I
i Are Your Clothe on tho Hog? & t
6 Coniull ui .1 once If you nc.J new lull, t ...... .... . 1
J pilrofltomttinf ovctco,. We will make V A SPECIALTY H
II Ibeni to mraiure ti i rrlcr thu even the u 'H
K cloiett buyer will coniider very reasonable. L H
i We tll cue you ihr laieil nylr, aiilctl jl
t hitb data woikmamblp anil yoar choice 4 mi ,, . ., H
I f(om-uoMtbxr.aewooicni,iny paiiem, I he well dressed tncn all wear
f any weave, any Utit or color you ilcilrc. H
1 We tuaranice la pleaie yoj perfectly In (. .,,... -.,, ..,nnni ,.., H
"J gooJi,wotkmarihlpan4 6t, and will aav, 2 TA1 LOR MA DE CLOTHING. H
4 yoti from ff.ooto fioM on a cmiI tail of t H
u clotbce or overcoat. Come and lei ui lliow r H
J you h7 we cau furnlih belter toodi and f irH pM.,a,. fJ'',.rvhnI.. aiH
J teller tailorlnt than otber people and at tbe VVB 1 te.l8e Ji eryUOOy. H
j lame tlroe lave you money. ' H
C3arland Clothing House I
I Palace Barber Shop
HARRIS & PERKINS, - Props.
Slmvlnc, Hnir-t'iittini;, Sinaiimoint; anil
Sanitary Rules Strictly Obacrvcii.
Hamanti Rath anil Mnksugn Parlor
Agents for Wettern Steiini Lniimlry.
Next to Club Saloon Oarlaurl. Utah
vlU awaiting you ia Garland if
you arc a Good Dentist and will locate
PyGet your Butter Wrappers
p.'ia:ea at the Glosi; Job Or?icc
The .'i'n ot the H
Big Clock I
is where you find H
J. W. Lewis, I
Practical Watch-maker and gen- H
eral repairer. H
Doothe Block ' I
Garland Utah, H
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Hawks & Loyton I
, Contractors & Builders H
Estimates and Material furnished H
for all kinds of buildings. jfl
I'Louo Ko. x GarLud.UUb H
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