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I THE GARLAND GLOBE II
I THE GARLAND GLOBE
Hj J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr.
I Telephone No 22k
i (Fornnrly Wjratt's Butcher Shop.)
Enteral at Mond-elui matUr Fabroary 17,
M ItOt, t th poit offle t Garland, UUh, under
H( the Aet of Ccnnu of March 3. 1879.
H Saturday, Sept. IS, 1906
l ITEMS OF INTEREST.
H: The Utah Sugar Co's campaign
H begins Monday Sept. 24th.
m Don't forget Tho Foulgcr Studio, tf
fl Peter Jcnson lms been on the lick list
H the past week.
' Miss Elva Booth was a Portngo visitor
HJ! "Wednesday evening.
H! Alt kinds of Deer on Ico at Rltor Bros.
I Drugstore. JO-tf
V Mrs. Geo. F. Bowcn is vUltlhg friends
K md relatives In American Fork.
M Miss Julia Ilhodcs was a Bait Lake
H visitor Tuesday and Wednesday of this
K j R Smith, tho Studebakcr man of
HJ, Brlgham, was in town on business
H TheFoulgor Studio Is prepared to do
HJ, all kinds of work in photography. St
HJ The finest and largest lino of shoes to
HJj select from at the Booths Mercantllo ii
HJ Produco Go. tf
H Miss Myrtle Jensen has accepted a
HJ;: position as clerk in tboOrovor, Rosofc
HJj Co's store.
H For Dressmaking, Plain Sewing and
HJi Mnding, apply to Mrs. W. II. Evans,
HJ Garland Utah. tf
HJ Wantbu At Once Two good milch
Hi!1 cows at Sugar Co. Hotel, Garland Utah.
Hft O.W. Hyde, Prop. It
Hj When making farm loans, call on
Hi' Joseph N. Btobl of Brlgham City; ho
Hi has money to satisfy all, tf
HK Visitors can obtain good lunch at right
HK prices In lowur part of Academy, served
Hj by tho Ladlca' Auxiliary.
Hi Mrs A Murlo and daughter Miss Mona
H Murlo w.ro visitors to Salt Lake aud
Hi , Ogden the fore part of tho week.
Hj MraLTPelrce of Salt Lake and Mrs
Hi' Susannah Booths of Brlgham were the
Hl guests of Mrs M A Bootbe Wednesday.
K The Salt Palace Vaudeville Co. will
HW run a conttuuoua performance In th
HJi Opera Houso on Sept. 16th, Peach Day.
HI We will fit the boys out for school
HJ School suit, school shoes, ahlrt and cap
HJ fortd.OO. Bootho Mercantllo fc Produ'cu
M H Otte came over from Logan Friday
HJ morning and left for Bait Lake in the
HJ1 afternoon to transact business for Hiter
HJ Bros Drug Co,
J ' Fob Balk 60 ton flrst-clnss luccm hay
HJ1 (mostly tint crop) IS.OUpvrtuu. Apply
HJ: F. L. Walker, East Garland, Utah. It
J, Herbert B Foulgcr la orectlng a neat
J four-room residence just north of the
J; Foulgcr Company building on Main
J' Street and oxpvcts to havo It ready for
J occupancy by October 1st.
HJ Agricultural Supt. Geo. Austin, Res,
HJ' Manager Moslah Evans, W. D. Lewis
J and his son Will Lewis were lu Corlnno
J Thursday afternoon on busings connect
HI ed with Tho Utah Sugar Co's beet In-
J dustry In that vicinity.
HB While ou a trip in Idaho, II O Vnnaus-
J delu and his father J L Vanausdeln
I purchased a SOO-acr tract of land J nut
west of Twin Falls, Idaho. Mr Vanaus
deln expects to leavo next spring to
bh , make that state his future home.
HJ How Is this boys? A first-class double-
H ' breasted suit for 110.00. Comes In un-
HJ finished and clay wonted. Bootho Mcr-
HJ cantilo & Produco Co. tf
H Point 7r
H Just think, we make it pos-
HB sible for you to make a new bug-
H ' gy out ol your old one for the
J amall sum of
M . SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS
1 The paint is mixed all ready
H ' for use, so any one can put it
H It is made of the best mu-
H terials and will not peel or crack
J the first time the sun shines on it.
J ' It has a glass-like varnish
H finish that will stand exposure.
J Drop in and we will tell you
H more about it and we'll rhow
H you color cards ao you can make
Wm your selection,
H filter Bros. Druo Go.
Hj Logan and Garland, Utah,
Jf Franklin, Preston and Mootpelier,
" .- n, .
The Garland Sugar Factory run will commence at 7 o'clock
Monday, Sept. 24th. All those who desire employment will please
report in person at the company's factory at 1 O'clock P. M. on
Saturday, Sept. 22nd.
The Utah Sagar Co.
Wines nnd Liquors for Medicinal pur
poses nt Hltur Bros Drug Storo. jO-tf
Wo havo tho largest, swcllcst and most
up-to-date lino of clothing and shoes In
Garlaud. Bootho Mercantile & Produce
Misses Ada nnd Samh Fowler of Gar.
land and MIhs Mary Drako and Dr. Bar
ber of Corlnno, spent Sunday afternoon
at tho borne of Mrs. M. K. Campbell of
Brlgham City. Tho Silases Fowler and
Drako are nolccs of Mrs. Campbell.
Box Elder Report
M. A. Doothc has transformed the big
display window of tho Bootho Mercan
tile & Produco Co. Into n gcniilnu hun
ter's happy homo at Duckvlllo. After
gazing through the window at tho
hunter In his blind, the real live dog
watching tho decoys in the water
and the ducks that tho hunter has
already killed, a fellow Imagines ho is
right at the hunting grounds and begins
to movo towards the blind and expects
to seo a flock of ducks go over his head
at any mlnuto. It Is a very unique and
BJTrunnell took chargo of the ser
vices held last 8unday afternoon at the
ward ball. Tho choir furnished tho
singing under the leadership of Joseph
Kirkham. Opening prayer by T E So
crlst. Tho sacramunt was administered
by Elders David McFurson nnd Frank
Duvey. Tho following were tho speak
ers: Mattbow McMurtrlu, Sanford Bing
ham aud Newton Wallaeu. Benediction
by A II GUason.
Wc are In n position to give you ex
cellent values In men's and boy's fall I
wear as our now lines are coming In
Wo please mnny in our photo studio, j
The most correct styles in fall hats arc
found at our store.
Wo do all kinds of cleaning and press
ing; our work guaranteed to pleaso.
Wo can savo you money.
Wo buy for cash and sell for cosh.
Wantkd At Onck Two good milch
cows nt Sugar Co. Hotel, Garland Utah.
O.W. Hyde, Prop. It
ChambarUln'i Couth Remedy Acta onNature'a
The most successful medicines are
thoso that nld nature. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan.
Take It when you have a cold nnd It
will allay tho cough, rollove tho lungs,
aid expectoration, open 'tho secretions
and aid nature In restoring tho system
to a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior uxcollenco. It
counteracts any tcudoncy of a cold to
result in pnouroonlu. Price 25 cents.
Large stzo, SO cents. For salo by Riter
Bros. Drug Co.
And nil kinds of Fruit and Vegetables,
CALL ON THE
Wo are located II) miles nearer than
Brlgham and can furnish you any of tho
above at the LOWEST MARKET
PRICE. Give Us A Trial.
JOSEPH KNUDSON, Mngr.
I will sell my homo In Brlgham City
corner Main and 5th South streets
to anyone desiring a good homo In that
city. Corner lot, H-acro orchard, 4-room
house, water nnd electric llubts, good
cellar, etc. A tine business locution.
Cnll on or wrlto
J. A. WlXOm Garland, Utah
BRIGHT CITY V
LHF lHp tMrlsHr IsHP IsLP iF Iss isP tL l ls fcs fc
WILL BE OBSERVED THE GREAT ANNUAL
Bost of Good Times for all Good Peoplo,
Your Every Waut Will Be Satisfied. ,
Plenty of Peaches for Prosperous People.
v Sou Program on Unit page of this Issue.
flpeclal Railroad rato from GARLAND 50 CTS. Good for return SEPTEMBER 20th.
"S R Ii E- , I
Monday, Aug. 25. I
Everything in our large line of Spring and Summer Goods H
goeB at from 25 to 50 per cent discount. We must have the room
and not the goods. Note the following cuts: H
Ladies' Shirt Waists: were $1. 25, now 88c. Ladies' Silk and H
Cotton Gloves all colors; 40 and 50c values at 20c. Our entire line H
of Summer Goods sold below first cost. H
Don't miss our Bargain Counter. Sale will continue until the H
last article is sold. B
GR0VER. ROSE & CO. I
UOmm'ttttfttty tarWbcro the Teams St op. -8 SmVWMWWUWftW
We are Here 3 Times a YeaF I
Alrxakdeh-Diuhleb On i cat, Co., - Atlas Block, - Salt Laku City. U
WE ARE STILL SELLING R
Yes, and lots of them too I
Our customers will tell you that our prices can't be beat and I
that we have the best, newest and most up-to date assortment to I
be seen in the Valley. I
Our jelly glasses are going at 40 cento per dozen. We sell IS
tubs at our regular prices, 65c, 75c and 83c. ' 1
Remember we have anything and everything you want in
graniteware, enameledware, tinware, crockeryware, etc. as well as 1
all kinds of household furnishings. h
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST. I
.Full value for your money puarautecdj3 l
Stohl Bros. Furn. Co.
Board ot County Commission
era met Sept. 4th, 906, Messrs
Valentine and Hart piesent.
Action on petition 15 was de
ferred. Petition 16, Geo A. Cooket
al asking for an appropriation of
$300 to repair roads in Grouse
Creek district, was deferred.
Petition 17, Lorenzo Petersen
et al asking thai road from depot
lane west be graveled. B F
Boothe, Lorenzo Petersen and
Lars H, Larsen appeared in sup
port. Upon motion of Chr. Val
entine $495 was appropriated to
gravel said roud.
Proclamation from the Gover
nor calling for an election Nov.
6th was read.
Letter from O. D. Mclntire re
garding the changing of ditch in
Clear Creek district was read
and action deferred.
Communication from Jesse N.
Smith was read.
Resignation of Hans Keller as
constable of Mantua district was
Communication from Mrs.
Mary Andrews was read.
The clerk was instructed to
notify Mr. Holdaway to survey
right of way leading to propored
bridges, one over Bear River
west of Honeyville and the other
over Malad at Greens.
The clerk's and recorder's re
ports of fees collected during
Aug. 1906 and auditor's report of
incidental expenses during Aug.
1906, were read and accepted.
Win. Parsons, road supervisor
of Willard district, appeared and
asked for an appropriation to re
pair damage done by havy rains
on roads in his district; upon
motion of Com. Hart $300 was
appropriated for said purpose.
Petition 18, asking that road
be opened up from county road
I west and south to smelter being
erected and giving prices, asked
for land to be used for road. Re
ferred to Chr. Valentine for in- Ii
Com from John Sharp, fish fl
and game commii-dioner of state I
allotting 30,000 fry to Box Elder I
county, was read and clt-rk in-
strutted to notify Mr. Sharp that I
they were accepted and to be de
livered to Elias H. Jensen, county
fish and game warden.
Messrs. McLane and Rniney
appeared and asked permiMttion
to tear up the county road near
depot in Brigham and that they
be permitted to let depot remain
where it now is until the new
depot is built. Upon motion the
request was granted.
The Board adjourned for twj v
Supt.T. U. Edwards was in Brlgham
on ntislncss Saturday last.
Chnlrman A W Vnlentlno of tho Board
of County Commissioners was In town
on business Wednesday nnd gave this ft
oftlco a pleasant call during bis visit. I
W P Pratt of tho R M B Tel Co In- J
formed us yesterday that a force of men J
would begin work today extcudlng tho j
lines In all directions to tho outlying I
districts. He states that the Boll Com. R
pany will be nblo to furnish splendid H
servico throughout this portion of tho
country within a few weeks.
The Davis Co Argus came out with a
lengthy article stntlng that the Garland
boys were no match for their county
champions in the recent games at La
goon. The first game wus 8 to 3 in favor
of Garland aud tho second game was
0 to 4 in favor of Bountiful, Judging
from the nbovo scoro Garland held her
own notwithstanding the utnplro and
the Argus both had It In for them, There t
tsunothcrdny coming so don't crow toq,
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E. V. Schneider,
General Btacksmiihing and
Horse Shoeing a Specialty j
Washing Machlno Motors
and Electric Flat-Irons