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THE GARLAND GLOBE
Hl THE GARLAND GLOBE
H J A.Wixom, . . Editor ami Mngr.
H. Telephone No 22k
R (Former! Wyatt'e Butcher Shop.)
B Entered as eecoiul-cliu matter February 17,
M 1906, at the post odlte at Garland, Utah, under
H tha Act of Congrewof March 3, 1878,
Saturday, July 7, 1906
I ITEMS OF INTEREST.
H Wc arc here three times n ear.
H Mlts Mnrlc IJouni went to Malad Olty
MLis Lula Keller of Mantua uni a Gar-
H land visitor Sunday.
1 .MUs Sarah Fowler is visiting relatives
B at Hcybiiru, Idaho, thit week.
The Fotilgcr Studio Is prepared to do
1 all kind of work In photography, at
1 IIIsh llattlc Hess 1$ relieving Miss Hose
1 Woodhcrry at Central thit week.
B Miss Norn Sas-ser returned .Monday
B front a three necks' sojourn In Trcmont
l .Mr. and Mrs. J, . Lewis and Mr.
M Holmes spent a fen-da s In Ogdeii this
H Mm. A. J. Fife and Mrs W..I. Fife
M left Tuesday to spend the week at Clark-
1 Mr&. Shcmucll of Salt Lake, slater of
, Mra.W.P. Eaton, was visiting; in this
H city the fore part of the week.
2 Wc have enjoyed a few days of sum-
flf nirr this week that almost make us be-
Hj lieve that "Siiromcr Is Coming."
H The 0. S. L. furnished two extra chair
M cars for tbu Lehl excursionists and sold
H 75 tickets from this city on July 3rd.
H. Mrs. A. S. Fife of Ogden and Mrs
Jardlno of Clarkston, Utah, ucrc the
W guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Fife this
M A flnc urn came to tho home of Mr.
1, and Mm, I. E, Manning, Friday June
H1 20th, and a hon has been born to the
H wife of Mr. Will Grover. All reported
M Wc were awakened from our slumbers
M the other evening by stralus of beauti-
M ful miitlc under the wiudoivs Jue and
M Ben did the (serenading and gave us a
M genuine musical treat. Come again boys.
H Don't forget The Foulgcr Studio. St
M The cinyloyccs of The Utah Sugar Co.
fl were given this week off to celebrate at
M Lehl aud they all embraced tho oppor-
M tuulty to see their old home uud take
Mi part In the sports. Moit of them belong
M to the Hand, Ilasc Kail Tram and Home
fl Dramatic Co. and their services were
' needed to complete the celebration.
M Wines aud Liquors for Medicinal pur-
H poses at Rltcr Ilros Drug Store. jO-tf
M Bernard Murle, son of Mrs. A. Murlc,
H,. who bad tho misfortune to have his leg
i broken and ankle dislocated in un accl-
m dent at the I.ircry Stable last Thursday,
m is rapidly rccocriug from the accident.
M Dr. Green set thu limit aud put the leg in
M a plaster cast. My the uld of crutches
H he Is able to be around again
B We are here three times a j ear
M "It never rains but it pours" is being
M verified In town this week. Garland has
fl been without a dentist for some time past
m and this week we have two. Dr. S.
M ' B. Thatcher of Logan has opened an
fl office In room 8, Ititcr Bros Block aud
H Dr. C. A.Mosmau of Ogden has been
H stopping at the Htnrlc House doing all
M kinds of dental work. Mr. Thatcher
M , will make this city his permaucut homo.
B Both gentlemen are competeut dentists.
M We are here three times a j ear.
H Old Chronic Sorta.
M As a dressing for old chrutilu sores,
H there Is nothing so good as Chamber-
j laiu'a Salve. While it Is not advhablo
H to heal old sores entirely, they should be
K kept In a good condition, for which this
i '- salve is especially valuable. For sore
M nipples, Chamberlain's Salve has no su-
Hjj perlor. For sale by Ititer Bros. Drug Co.
H Paint j wr
H Just think, we makf it pos-
H aible for you to make a new bug-
H gy out of your uld one for the
H small sum of
M SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
Hi The paint is mixed all ready
H for use, ao any one can put it
H It js made of the best ma-
H; tcrials and will not peel or crack
H1 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
M more about il and we'll (how
mM you color cards so you can make
H your selection ,
Riter Bros. Dmo Go.
Hh Logan and Garland, Utah,
H Franklin, Preston and Montpclier,
Everybody went to Brlgbam on tho
4th and had an cujoyablo tlmo.
We have a splendid team of basket
Ben Tolmau has bought tho store. We
wish htm good success.
Dclbcrt Burke and family have moved
to Oarland for the summer.
Mrs. Laura Hiinsakcrand Orson Love
land were married tho 21st of .Tun;.
Mh. Martha Harper gave birth to a
baby boy aomo time ago.
Kligc Huiisakcr had the misfortune of
cutting his foot nearly off with an axe.
Mr Will Orinc aud his sister Vcrna
hate the whoopiug cough.
Mrs Lewis Harper has gone to Hock
Creek to visit relatives.
Bp Thomas Whcatlcy has sold his
share of the grist mill to Ben Hunsakcr.
Miss Itosc Williams has been the guest
of Miss Kiln Madseu.
Ik The B (,' Fire Dept gives a Graud
5Kxcui.slon to Lagoon July 10.
Mrj. M 0 Hansen has been quite sick
the last few days.
Dr. 0 W Green was an Ogden visitor
Hyrum .linseu of Col 1 1 us to 11 paid Gar
land n visit Thursday.
OW Lawrence, real estate and loan
agent of Corinnc, was In town Thursday.
Phillip Bott and wife of Brlgbam were
the guests of Mrs. O L Wilcox Thursday
Mr. and Mrs. Miller, parents of O W
Miller and Mrs J Y Jensen, aro visiting
iu this city.
II. P. Kcwmau of Brigham was In
Garlaud Monday looking after his prop
erty in the northern part of this city,
Fife's brown marc has made a good
record tho past wick in outclassing all the
blooded horses In this city and vicluity.
Dr. J. Marlon Francko returned Wed
nesday evening from Kansas City where
he has been spending the past few weeks.
Three cars of tiling have arrived for
the experimental farm iu the north
ern part of this city aud work has begun
Wllford Anderson of Ogden was in
town u. fow days this week soliciting for
the R.M.B. Tel. Co. While hero ho
had his picture taken at the Foulgcr Gal
lery. Mr. and Mrs. W L Grover and daugh
ter Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Urscl Hose and
Mr. and Mrs. Lorctuo Smith drove out
to tho Hot Springs Thursday ovcnlng mid
had n very enjoyable tlmo.
We are hero three times a year.
On their return trip from Lcbl Thurs
day, Chits. Edwards aud Geo. F. Rogers
had the pleasure of being shown through
the county jail at Salt Lake City by Mr.
Lumberg. They also met Sheriff Emery
who accorded them very courteous treat
Baby Helen, daughter of Mr. and Sire.
Ursel Itosc, has the honor of being the
first baby photographed iu this city.
Monday The Foulgcr Company opened
their gallery for business aud Helen was
the first baby taken. The photo is an
Wc are here three times a year.
Messrs. aud Mesdamcs, Mr. and Miss
A II U 1) E F O II I J K L M KOI'Q It
8 T U V went to Lehl to .pcnd the 4th
W X V Z to Brlgbam and (A) stayed
at home. Not a aoul In town ou that day
but a few lonesome Japs and a stray kid
or two who now and then gave vetit to
their feelings with a buuch of fire-crackers.
Tho Japs stood guard of tho beet
fields with shot guns, as many of them
tried to dig themselves up and follow
the traiu to Lehl. The dogs woro them
selves out track-walking, looking for
their masters and a few old maids were
out offering large rewards for a glimpso
of a man.
Wo arc here three times a year.
CUTTING THE COST Jfe
FOR SALE MY
Dealers in Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum,
Mattings, Curtains Wall-paper A House
Agents for tho White Sewing Machlno
and Ogden Knitting Works' Goods.
SP Our Iund Oak Chief
kJV'V' -RANG E-
ChII aDd fce ouramplcs of Spring and
Summer Suits We can fit you,
Ititer Bros Block, Garland, Utah,
Brigham Meets Defeat.
The Garland Baso Ball team won over
that of Brigham City In the base ball
game played on the local diamond, Sat
urday last, by a score of 0 to 7. The win
nlng of this game ties the score abd the
game to be played July 14th at Brigham
City, will ho for blood and a game that
will be worth seeing. Saturday's game
was one quite to the liking of the fans,
despite the fact that several costly errors
occasionally crept In on both sides.
After the Garland warriors had pro
ceeded to lick their opponents to a fraz
zle for the first six Innings, nothing
would do but that they tutd around and
throw it away. This is an old falling of
the Garland team and it is time that thoy
were waking up to the fact that no game
Is won until the third man in tho ninth
inning has been called out by tho um
pire. But after all h said and done, tho
game was a good ono. It was the kind
the fans like to see, and the kind that
makes them yell themselves hoarso.
As was stated before, the first five or
six Innings was a good exhibition of base
ball, with the exception of a few rank
errors on tho part of the Brigham boys.
In tho eighth lining Lone lost his grip
and was touched up qulto freely by his
opponents, which netted them 4 largo
and Juicy runs, aided by costly errors on
the part of Lowe aud Schaffcr. This put
Brigham ono score to the good, and Gar
hind's chances looked Indeed slim. Tho
Brigham boys wero hugging themselves
In glee, the Garland sugar lumps were
bitterly bewailing sad fate which looked
inevitable, when, after Schaffcr had sllc
cd enormous chunks of vapor and had
taken to the "tall uncut" one, Feather
stonc.by namo, with grim determination
stomped upon his "physogamy" swatted
the sphere out for a neat little single,
followed by a similar performance by
one Joe Wallls, thus advancing the feath
ery tosser to second cushion. Not being
satisfied with this, the lad from Garland
North,among his pals familiarly dubbed
"George" lammed the sphercold out for
a two bagger, scoring tho angelic one and
tlcing the score.
When Lowo stepped up to tho box and
plunged out a safo one and scoring Glen
son, the Grand Stand went wild aud the
game was brought to a hasty conclusion.
When thegnme ended Garland had but
one man down, and were certainly part
ing Stephens to the woods. No telling
what the score would have been had
they continued to play until the sido wan
retired. The line up was as lollows:
Sackett C. F. Vau Lcuvan
K. Jensen 2B. II. Evans
Auderaon 9:8. Campbell
Nelghmoro R.F. Hall
A.Jcnsm 3 B. Sehaffor
Oh.on C. Fcathcrstono
Keller, Alleu 1 B. Wallls
Keller, Allen L. F. Gleuson
Stephens I. Lowe
Umpire W. U.Evaus
Scorer W. P. Katon
Go to the Sasser Restaurant for Ico
Cream, Choice Candies and Cold 8um
mcr Drinks. tf
Wc aro here three times a year.
Old papers to put under your carpets
for sale at this ofllco. 25c buys 100
fjT Big time of the season. What? TJic
i B. C. F. D, excursion to Lagoou
July 10 Everybody invited July 10.
Notice of Sale
Notice is hereby given that wo, tho
undersigned, havo sold the Garland Club
Saloon and all bills contracted from this
date will come under the now manage
ment. J. A. Rostan
WRVanflect J 14
We aro here three times a year.
The sign ot the
is where you iind
Practical Watch-maker and gen
Today Mr aud Mrs W O Mayfleld are
celebrating tbclr golden wedding, the
50th anniversary of their wedding day.
Relatives and friends have gathered at
the old homo in memory of the event.
The Argus wishes MY. and Mrs. May
field 60 years moro of wedded bliss.
Mrs. Albert Grover and Miss Hattlo
Hess of Garland visited with their aunt,
Mrs. G. R Cbaffln, last week.
All kinds of Beer on ico at Riter Bros,
Ul Brigharp Fire Dcpt to Lagoon July
10 Go with'them on that date.
Palace Barber Shop
HARRIS & PERKINS, - - Props.
Shaving, Hair-cutting, Smampooing and
Sanitary Rules Strictly Observed.
Hamand Bath and Massage Parlors
Agents for Wcstorn Steam Laundry.
Next to Club Saloon Garland, Utah
O. .S L. TIME TABLE
rasaenst r No. 32 PaaMn r No. 31
-SOUtll BOUND- -NORTH SOUND
LY Malad 7:15 am Lv Brigham 6:10 p m
Lv Garland 8:40 am Lv Corinna 620 p m
Lv Trcmont 8:45 am Lv Trcmont 6:tS p m
Lv Corinnc V-M am Lv Garland 6:54 p m
Ar Brigham :40 am Ar Malad 8:30 p m
Connecta with Cacho Connect with Cache
Valley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from
Olden and Salt Lake. Ogden and Bait Lake.
Leaves Ogdeu 8:20 a. m.
" Brigham 9:55 a. m.
" Corinne 10:10 a. m
" Tremont.. ..10:52a. m
,l Gjrland . . . . 1 1 :2o a. m.
Arrives at Malad 1 :oo p. m.
Leaves Malad 1 :2o p. m.
" Garltnd 3:25 p.m.
" Tremont 3 Hop m
" Corinne ....4:30 p.m.
Brigham 4:55 p.m.
Arrives at Ogden 6:25 p m
F. L. Scofihi.d,
From South 11.35 a. m.
Going South 3:10 p.m.
Mails urrive from Penrose and
way at 10:30 a. m.
Mails leave lor Penrose and
way at 11.50 a. m,
Office hours from 6 a. in. to fl p. m.
Eva C. Wilcox,
Hawks lit Layton
Contractors & Builders
Estimates and Material furnished
for all kinds of buildings.
Phone 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
6E (BREAM FREEZERS
And Dishes, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Granite and Enameled
Ware etc., at PRICES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
We Gan Satisfy Your Wants.
la-Full value for your money guaranteedjp
Stohl Bros. Furn. Co.
Trttaont Utah. '
A Treat For I
GOOD BUYERS I
All next week we will make some "ASTONISHING RE I
DUCTIONS" ou our entire line of Men's, Women's and , I
tiShoes and Hosiery,ga r I
A Great Clearence Sale on all our I
MEN'S HATS I
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"The Swelled Line in Town" I
PRICES OX GROCERIES ALWAYS THE BE8T. I
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GROVER, ROSE & CO. I
!tt&S!fl!.WU HTWhere tbe Teams Btop.- XMmXl I
We are prepared to furnish you with Lumber of all kinds hav- I
ing just received a large shipment. More coming daily. I
Are You looking for Lumber in H
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Well, we have it..gr H
Complete Line ot Lumber and Building Material Always ok Hwnd H
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JENSEN BROS. I
(Bucetojor to Hyrum Jensen) M
Garland Utah. I
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A complete line of all the NEW SPRING HlflS, nHlinCry,
creations jurt in Dress Goods & I
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Prices Reasonable H
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A man resembles a kerosene lamp: H
He is not especially bright;
He alio smokes, gets turned down, I
And often goes out at night. I
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