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H THE GARLAND GLOBE M
I THE GARLAND GLOBE.
H J A. Whom, . . Editor and Mngr.
H Telephone No 22k
H (Formorly Wyatt'a Butcher Shop.)
H EnUrad aa atcond-claaa nutter February 17,
H 19M, at the pott office at Garland. Utah, under
H the Act of Congreaa of March 3, 1879.
M Saturday, June 30, 1906
H ITEMS OF INTEREST.
H Miss Minnie Hay went to Knit Lake
W. Ii. Grover was in Dcwoyvlllo 011
H bualncaa, Tuesday.
M Mrs. Ursel Roie spent Monday and
H Tuesday In Fielding.
M Will Perkins returned from n visit to
H Bait Lako City Sunday.
M D. F. Idler and J. A. Rostan were
1 town vlsltora Thursday.
M Levi J Somscn has hecn on the sick
bbH Hit a few davil this wrnk.
M Miss Alta Jolly is the guest of her ala-
M tcr Mrs. Eugene Clayton.
B Mrs. W. J. Fife was a Logan visitor
M Wednesday and Thursday.
M Miss Mary drover has secured a posl-
H tion at tho Hank of Garland.
M Miss Jones of Heaver, Miter of Mrs.
H Bacon, is visiting in this city.
M fjf Brigham Firo Dept. to Lagoon July
H J 10 Go with them on that dato.
H Foil Sale oh Thadk Tho Mowing
H Machines. Apply to J. Y. Jcinon. St
M Miss Edna Carter, one of tho hallo
M girls at Central, spent SunJay in Ogden.
H ' Mrs. O. W. Miller and Mrs. J. Y. Jen-
M sen were visitors to Brigbatn Tuesday,
M Mrs. M. O. Hansen returned Sunday
M from an extended visit to Layton, Utah.
H Mrs. David Hodgo of Sugar City, Ida.,
H is visiting with her sister Mrs. L.J. Som
H B. F. Boothe, ofthoHoothc Mer.it
M Produce Co., was a ton u visitor Wed-
H W.J, Fife left Wednesday for the cast
M to dispose of some horses and transact
H other business.
FH Wm. Preston of Weston, Ida., waa in
H town Wednesday in the iutercsts of The
M Garland Mer. Co.
M Jos. E. Corbett leaves to-day for Ban-
H croft, Ida., to visit his wife and family
B and spend the 4th.
M MissMorllla Lund, of Brigham City,
M baa accepted a position at tho Globo
B office as typhographer.
1 Win. Lo wo and wife of Willard, par-
H ents of Royal Lowe, wero Garland visit-
M ors a few days thit week.
M The roof nud smoke stacks of The Utah
m Sugar Co. ha 0 received it coat of black
H that gives them a brand uow appear-
M For Qalr CnEAi Fine 0-room house
j and 20 acres of land. Water-right and
H improvements. Part cash, part timo. An-
H ply to Thos. Who, Garland, Ut. J10 jy7
H 3Irs. Bert Haws ofElwood and Mr.
H and Mrs. Orson Barber of Garland, were
H guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erastus Hansen of
H Brigham, Wednesday, Box Elder lie-
H "In the Bowery, In the Bowery, we'll
fl never go there any more" The sugar lad-
M diea took It by the nap of the neck a fow
H days ago and shook it to pieces and
1 where once the citizens aat iu the shade,
M grows grasa and the sunflowers green.
M If you knew the value of Chamber-
1 Iain's Salve 3-011 would never wish to be
1 without it., Here are some of the dis-
H eases for which It Is especially valuable:
1 lore nipples, chapped hands, burns, frost
1 bites; chilblains, chronlo sore eyes, Itch-
1 Jng piles, tetter, salt rheum aud eczema.
H Price 35 cents per box. For salo by
H Biter Bros. Drug Store,
Point j wr
Your for j
H Just think, we mak it pos-
H aible for you to make a new bug-
H y out of your old one for the
M small sum of
M SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
H The paint is mixed al ready
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 Drbp in and we will tell' you
M biore about it-.arJH we'll' fhow
H you color cards'so you cab mhke
H your selection.
H filler Bros. Droo Go.
H V 'LoRan andGarlandf.Utah; .
H! ffjialcUn, Fre.i.toaaDd.Montpclicrj I
Ready for Business
Monday the new business firm of
Foulgcr & Sons will open their floors to
tho public for business. They have a
good supply of shoes, gents' furnishings,
etc., and at tho rear, anup-to-dato photo
graph gallery will ho conducted In con
nection with tho business.
Richard West, of East Garland, left
Wednesday to fill a mission iu England.
Mr. and Mrs. Andraw Madson of
Honcyvllle, were Garland visitors Tucs
day, the guests of Mrs. J. A. Wlxom,
Sheriff Joseph Josophsou of Brigham
City and Attorney Foxley of Pt. Lookout
were in town on legal business Wednes
day, E. C. Holmes, representing tho Inter
Mountain Republican or Salt Lake, gave
tin a pleasant call Tuesday, on his return
trip from a tour through Idaho.
A.J. Flfo raturncd Monday from a
business trip to Ogricn. Ha was accom
panlcd by his father, A. 8. Flfo who
will visit in this city fora few days.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Grcon.Miss Mar
ian Green and Mr. Schaffcr drovoup to
tho dam in Bear River Canyon Monday
for a day'u ontiug and report a pleasant
Wines nnd Liquors for Medicinal pur
poses at Rltcr Bros Drug Store. jO-tf
Walter BJorkman, contractor nnd
builder of Logan, Utah, spent tho foro
part of tho week In this city. IIo is a
brothcr-lu-iaw of our drug clerk Mr. II.
Go to the Sasser Restaurant for Ico
Cream, Choico Candies nnd Cold Sum
mer Drinks. tf
Peter Hauck of Montpellor, Ida., who
tins been visiting relatives throughout
the county, spent a few days in Garland
this week, tho guest of his daughter,
Mrs. J. T. Roberts has roturncd from
an extended visit to Fairfield, Utah.
8 ho camo up to rehearse w ith the Gar
land Dramatic Co., prior to their trip to
Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Broorahcad and
Miss Miunio Broomhcad, all of Bloom
ingtou, Bear Lako Co., Idaho, who have
been laltlng relatives in this city and
vicinity, relumed home Tuesday.
Mrs. Lucy A.Clark returned Tuesday
from a pleasaut visit to Farmlngton,
whero alio went to assist In an ouHug of
the Fnrmlnton Primary association. Sho
Is 1st counselor of tho association.
Miss Vilatu Carter returned to Garland
Tuesday, after a pleasant visit to Brig
ham City. Sho will accompany the
Garland Dramatic Co. to Lehl and star iu
her role- in tho production of "My Part
ner's Wlfo." In that city on July 8th.
Old papers to ptit undor your carpets
for sale at this onlco. 25c buys 100
Mr. Hale, the grcotest fruit grower in
America, says that the bushel box for
apples is bound to bo tho future pack
ago. Eastern growers and dealers havo
stood out for tho ten-peck barrel a long
time, but thoy must ylold to tho more
convenient box as used in the entire
west. Tho Dcscret Farmer.
Tho M I officers havo arranged a Lit
erary Program for tho July Conjoint
Meeting, consisting almost entirely of
selections from tho works of tho great
American Poet Henry W Longfollow. It
Is desired that those who Intend bolng
present bo in tho Hall promptly 8 p. m.
ThoO.S. L, has made some needed
lmprocmeiits recently In tho ivoy of
cinder walks around tho depot. They
have also mado a neat walk from tho
track to Jensen Bros.' corner. Tho work
of graveling tho walk from there tip
town is ncaring completion and Is an ex
If your stomach troubles you do not
conclude that there Is no cure, for a
great many have been permanently cured
by Chamberlain '8 Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Get a frco samplo at Rlter
Bros, drug htorcjland give them a trial.
They also euro constipation and billions
CUTTING THE COST
FOR SALE BY
Dealers in Carpets, Bugs, Linoleum,
Mattings, Curtains Wall-paper A Houe
Agents for the' White Sewing Machine
andOgden Knlttjng Works' Goods.
SsP 0ur Round k Chief
ov'v' -R A N O E-
Call and tec our samples of Spring and
Summer SuitsWe can fit you.
filter Bros. Block, Garland, Utah.
Notice of Sale
Jfotlco is hereby given that wo, tho
undersigned, havo sold tho Garland Club
8aloon and all bills contracted from this
dato will como under tho now manage
ment. J. A. Rostan
W R Vanllcct
Pamphlet of Our State.
Tho Union Paclflc Railroad Company
has Just issued a pamphlet on Utah, its
population, industries, opportunities,
climate, etc. Utah will ho greatly bene
fited by this publication as it has been by
tho editions of tho past years. The pam
phlet will bo circulated over tho entire
country by tho representatives of the
System and any request for it will be
Tho hook, compiled from the latest re
ports, contains 107 pages. It deals with
ceryllne of Industry of the state. A
largo portion of tho book is takon up by
statistical tables, hearing upon mining,
agriculture, stock talslng, climate, popu
latlon.otc. Each county of tho State is
given considerable spaco in tht publico-tlou.
Tho Club Saloon changed hands this
week, J A Rostan and WR Vanflect
having sold their interests to Ephralm
Coombs, who formerly had chargo of tho
All kinds of Beer on ice at Ritcr Bros.
Drug Storo. ja.tf
Ladies Self-Culture Club.
Mrs. Jos. II. Wallls entertained the
members of tho Ladles' Self-Culturo Club
at her homo Thursday afternoon, twelve
mombcrs being present. After tho min
utes and calling of tho roll, tho continu
atlonof "Graustark"was read by Mrs.
O. L. Winters and Mrs. Jos. Wing.
An election of officers for tho ensuing
yoar will take place at tho next meeting
to bo held at the homo of Mrs. Ursel
Delicious refreshments wcro served
and tho afternoon pleasantly spent.
Conjoint Meeting M I A
Tho followiug program will be ren
dered at tho conjoint session of M I A
to bo hold at tho Amusomout hall Sun
day (tomorrow) ovcnlng:
Hymu. Prayer. America.
1 Life and Works of Henry W. Long
fellow, Royal C. Lowe.
2 8olo-"Tho Brldgo"-Miss Essio
i) "Wreck of the Hesperus," Mabel
1 "Excolsio," Mrs. Geo. King.
fi Instrumental Scloctlon "Idillo"
Miss Mary Grover.
6 "Psalm of Life," Henry Manning.
F. D. Willing was a Farmlngton visl
J. R. Smith, representing the Stude
baker Co. was iu town Friday.
W. L. Grover and family moved Into
their now home in this city Thursday.
Dr. Francko writos from Kansas City
that tho weather Is "good and hot"
Mr. and Mrs. C C. Hess of Fielding
wcro tho guests of Mrs. Rose, Thurs
day. E.G. Rlttoau leaves today for Wash
iugton stato to transact business in that
Mrs. G. W. Green and Miss Marian
Green leave to-day for Ogden to spend a
Tho residence of M, II. Welling at
Fielding Is quarantined, his daughter
being sick with scarlet fovor.
II. G. Vanausdeln and wlfo entertained
at dinner Wednesday aftornoon, in hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. Green and Miss Mar
The Very Beat Remedy For Uowel Trouble.
MrM FBorroughs, an old and well
known resident nf Bluffton, Ind., says:
"I rogard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy as tho very best
remody for bowel trouble I make this
statement after having used the remedy
iu my family for several yoars. I am
noer without it." This remedy is al
most suro to bo needed beforo tho sum
mer is over. Why not buy it now and
ho prepared for such an emergency?
For salo by Ritcr Bros. Drug Store.
Garland, Utah, June 23, 1000.
To The InmaATons Or Tijk
Beau Riveii Vaixeyi
A fow of our patrons havo not yet ob
tained their water schedules for the year
1000 and wo dcslro to notify you that un
less the same shall have been obtained In
the very near future, our watermastcrs
will bo instructed to shut tho water off
from all who do not hold schedules. A
prompt compliance with this request will
savothe water-users considerable trouble.
THE UTAH SUGAR CO.
Palace Barber Shop I
HARRIS & PERKINS, -- Props.
Shaving, Hair-cutting, Smompoolng and
Sanitary Rules Strictly Observed.
Hamand Bath and Massago Parlors
Agents for Western Steam Laundry.
Next to Club Saloon Garland, Utah
O. .S L. TIME TABLE
raeena-or No. 32 Paaaenger No. 31
-BOOTH BOUND- -NORTH SOUND
LY Malad 7:15 am Lv Brigham 6:10 p m
Lt Garland 8M0 am Lv Corinne 6-20 p m
LvTremont 845 am Lv Tremont 6 48pm
Lv Corinne 9.30 a m Lv Garland 6 55 p m
Ar Brigham 940 am Ar Ualad 830pm
Connecta with Cache .ConnecU with Cache
Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from
Ogden and Salt Lake. Ogden and Salt Lake.
Leaves Ogden 8:20 a. m.
" Brigham 9:55 a. m.
" Corinne 10:10 a. m
" Tremont.. ..10:52 a. m
" Garland ....11:20 a.m.
Arrives at Malad 1 :oo p. m.
Leaven Malad 1 120 p. m.
" Garknd 3:25 p.m.
" Tremont 3:.op m
" Corinne ....4:30 p.m.
" Brigham 4:55P- m.
Arrives at Ogden 6:25 p m.
F. L. ScoFiKi.n,
From South 11.35 a.m.
Going South 3:10 p.m.
Mails arrive from Penrose and
way at 10:30 a. m.
Mails leave tor Penrose and
way at u.50 a. m,
Office hours from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Eva C. Wilcox,
Contractors & Builders
Estimates and Material furnished
for all kinds of buildings.
Phono No. 8x Garland, Utah
E. V. Schneider,
General Blacksmithing and
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
Washing Machine Motors
and Electric Flat-Irons.
Garland, .- Utah
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A
We Have Them all Sizes, Kinds and Prices.
WE ALSO HAVE A FINE LINE OF
leE'ig ream; 'Geezers
And DishesKnives and Forks, Spoons, Granite and Enameled
Ware'etc., at PRICES THAT CAN'T 'HE-BEAT. "" ' ' '
! lWe Gad Satisfy Your Wants. '"
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ijFull value for your money guaranteed!
Stohl Bros. Furn. Co. ,
Trtmont f , fr J .. . , Utah?'
A Treat For I
(aOOD BUYERS I
All next week we will make some "ASTONISHING RE-
DUCTIONS" on our entire line of Men's, Women's and
ecShoes and Hosiery, H
A Great Clearence Sale on all our M
MEN'S HATS I
"The S welles t Line in Town" M
PRICES ON GROCERIES ALWAYS THE BEST. H
mm 1 1 1 1 1 iniitmt H
t-GOODS DELIVERED AT ALL HOURS. M
Call and leave your orders at .
Grover, Rose s CO. I
18Xm'&'&!l'!if CarWhere the Teams 8top.-t UQKefettttttltKWn i H
KEEP COOL I
BY GETTING A M
pefrigerator and an I
ICE CREAM FREEZER I
gf WE HAVE THL M
ipall). m B ho I
llSyffl ON THE MARKET
H'lsSsk )! See our "ALASKA" Refriger- M
Wt'tszZZS&J&zr 1 a,or8 and Ice CrtfH,n V'w-
ft rl & 1 1 ers before vou bu '"""
SSp I'M A Complete line all fizes, all H
liSiSi in bH
pigf wElwJ prices. We can satisfy your H
JENSEN BROS. I
(Successors, to Hyrum Jensen) M
Spring Creations! jjjmjmjm,m H
Your New Spring SUIT, SKIRT, HAT or Lndlpl' Plirnich. .1
WAIST is awaiting ypur selection at our "store. LOM TUrniSn- H
A complete line of all tho NEW SPRING 'NflS, Millinery, H
creations ju in Dress Goods & H
Call acd examlno the goods and get first choice ' Nrktirknc bbI
Prices Reasonable fOIIUIia. H
A. Murie, P0RLrDOT. i
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Walter(nged 5) Papa, when I grow up may I get par- M
PapaMy son, I regret to see you anticipate trouble sq M
early in life. H
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" In times of need there is plen- H
i Y&&-7' V-y , yu onJy kow where to go
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jy-f-X-- JlW lTEST STYLES in CLO ri H
" " JfX ?INGand'sHIRT'. ' H
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fCZ vr xCTf-ri call and look over our STOCK. .H
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i fow4ooiikfne-cwooieni,ny patura, i he well dressed men all wear IB
J By wc, any ttuit or color you dctlie. f ' I B
i MKKt.S.pyc.yJ. I tailor made clothing.
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Garland Clothing House I