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iWTHE GARLAND GLOBE si I
I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT. BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
I Vol.1. No. 36. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 27, 190(5 H
I A Serious Accident
H Last Monday Luther Lowry of Field-
H tng.was leverly injured la an accident at
that place which rendered blm uncon-
icloui. Ho was riding a bone when an
I approchlng steam threshing machine
came along and frightened the auimal
I which Jumped side-ways throwing him
off onto his head, the horse falling and
rolling over him.
lie waa taken to his home and Dr. It.
11. Dutin of Trcmout summoned. After
being lu an uucoufuious condition for 18
hours he rallied and recognized hi wife
and thoio around him. Ho went Into a
swoou again for 18 hours,
He Is now In a semi-conscious conditio,
suffering from concussion of the brain.
Dr. Dunn is doing all in bis (rawer to
4 restore him to consciousness and it is
hoptd he will be successful.
Ladies' Self-Culture Club.
The Udles' Self-Culture Club meet In
regular session at tbo borne of Mrs. Jos
Jensen Thursday afternoon. Vlse-prenl-deut
.Mrs. W. D. Lewis in charge, twelve
member being present. The continua
tion of tbo Uevurlyof Uraustark was read
by Mrs. M. A. Booths .
Delicious refreshments were served
after which the Club adjourned for two
veek to meet at the home of Mrs. James
Kor Dressmaking, Plain Sewing and
lleudiug, apply to Mrs. W. II. Evaas,
Garland Utah. o!8
American Party Ticket
The Box Elder Americans endorse
Democrats and Republicans at their con-
' Jk, ventlnu held In the opera house at lirlg-
ham City last Saturday, which waa well
The Democrats endorsed were aa fol
lows: For Heprtsentatlve "ynu L Eddy of
Ommlssloner (3-year term ) Allen
Roach of Thatcher.
Kor Recorder Ilyriim Standing of
Kor Clerk-Kred Petersen R of B City.
i From the Republican ticket they se-
tected the following:
' For AssessorEllas Jensen of Brlgham
; ' ., City.
'. L For Bupt. of Schools A E Jensen of
l r. ' For Treasurer 8 M Cole of Corlnne.
$frV ... For Surveyor MclvinNebeker of Wil-
1 f . Urd.
,' The above portion of the ticket Is com-
I C pored of four Mormons and fo'-r non-
f I Mormoun, The balance of the ticket was
Y -Blade upas follows:
, For Sheriff James Coll of Corlnne.
For Cotnmlisloner (4-year term) W F
House of Curluuu,
For Attorney George R Chase of Brig
lu the evening a well attended rally
wad held at the opera house, tho speakers
beiug Weber Hiid Weir.
Rocky Mountain Bell Notes.
O.O.I.uudberg.of thoR.M. II. Tel.
Co., Is iu towu looklrg after tbo com
pany's interest. On the 17 th he checked
I out Delos Bacon, who has filled tho posi
tion as local manager for some tlmo past,
aud has severed hit connections with tbo
. company. Mr. Luudberg Is In charge of
i : the office aud a new manager will be
C checked in iu w few days.
, ,t W. I. Pratt and W. F. Madseu aro in
towu this week soliciting for the Boll.
o ' Felix Balrd of Brlgham Is horo again
t odllrctlng for tho Bull.
) ..Many Impruvcmonta have recently
been wailu In the Bill service
'4 Call ou Joseph N. Stohl of Brlgbam
City for your farm loans. He has tho
I moony aud will treat you right. tf
Died at Logan. I
Asel, the elghtccn-months old baby of
Mr. and Mrs. William King of this city,
died last Sunday at Logun from tho ef
fects of Inlniation complicated with
Mr. King took the child to Logan for
treatment nIx weeks ago aud everything
possible to save the baby's life was done.
The child was brought to this city
Tuesday and tho funeral services were
held at the ward hall Wednesday at 2:80
p.m. lip. H'.L. Qrover prcsldid and
the ward choir furnished the singing.
The opening prayer was offered by Jos
Jensen. The following speakers offered
words of comfort to the bereaved parent:
Elder Anderson of Logan, ono of Mr;
King's missionary companions, Alvlu
Ipseu of Bear River City, also a mission
ary companion, F. D. Welling uud Bp.
W. L. drover.
Siuging Benediction by D. E. Manulug.
The remnlus were interred In the city
cemetery, the grave being dedicated by
Tho community sympathizes .with thu
parents In their sad bereavement.
Mrs. M. D. Evans left yesterday mora
Ing to visit relatives uud friends in l'rovo.
Moroni Jensen of Mantua, father of
Miss Myrtle Jeusen, was iu towuou buI
If you want a good Heater, get a Cole's
Hot Blast of Stohl Bros, at Trcmout. It
Couuty Sheriff Joseph Josepbsou of
Brlgbam, gave this olllee a pleasant call
yesterday. Mr. Joscphsou is ou tho Re
publican for ro election.
August Jeppson, an employee of the
Uwcus meet market went to Brlgham
Wednesday afternoon, suffering with a
severe case of chills and fever.
This oHlcr has been made a collection
agency for the medical work entitled
MKLHCOLOOY. Those who havo con
tractcd for the book should make theli
egular paytneuts here aud get their ru
Mr. Allen of Nancy, Idaho, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Vanausdcln
the fore part of the week. He came to
look at their farm and home with the
iutention of buying It,
Dr. Samuel (J. Hooker, of tho Amer
ican Sugar Reflulug Co. of Philadelphia,
aud M. 11. Fcubel of the Idaho Sugar Co
of Sugar City, Idaho, spent one day lust
week lu this city looklug otcr the Gi
Mrs. W, P Eatou returned Thursday
evening from au extended ilt to Salt
Laku City, Mr. Eatou, accompanied by
hU mother, Mrs. J. F. Ureeuough of
New York City, returned last night,
much Improved In health.
Miss Mahala darn, who has been oue
of the lady clerks at the Bootho Mercan
tile aud Produce Co. for some length of
tlmo, severed her cuuuection with thu
firm Tuesday aud left for Salt Lake City
lu speud tho winter.
After a successful seasou's run, Rlter
Bros, have discontinued thu Ico cream
and soda-wuter bunluesi for the winter,
Thu fountain will enjoy a rest uutlll thu
bar comes out to ueu hli shadow in the
good old springtime.
Stohl Brothers are selling all kinds of
dood Luck Ranges, They always gho
Don't forget thut there is ONLY
Onb day left in which to register
t3?Tueday, October 3oih,jgJ
and remember that the Citlund
Globe office is where the voters
of the Sunset Precinct must regit
ter. J. A. Wixom,
8pcclal to the darlaud Globus
Kansas City Stock Vault, Oct. 15th,
1000. As expected last week's cattle
receipts were the heaviest of thu season
at this polut. The run was 80,000 head,
including 18,000, cab es. Largo numbers
of country bii)crs were hero and the gen
era! market advanced 6 to 15 cents during
the week. Run today is 28,000 head,
Including 8000 calves, market strong,
except on western cows and heavy calves
It is getting late In the weason aud most
country buyers aro about ready to lay in
cattle for the wiuter's operations, so that
a brisk demand from that source is assur
ed for awhile. There Is a shortage of
hay In some localities, but as tho corn
crop Is good nearly1 all over the feeding
section, special pains Is beiug taken to
preserve tho fodder where ever tho hay
crop Ih short. Continued high prices for
hogs will Insure a profit iu feeding, ecn
if cattle prices do uot prove .satisfactory.
Stuff is coming from tho range freely
now, Ktockrrs and feeder mainly at 13.00
to til.UO, killiug steers (8.40 to 14.23,
Colorado cons (2.65 to S8.80, panhandle
cows a.U5 to 12.85, cauuers and bulls (2.
00 to (2-25, light calves (4.75 to (0.25,
heavy calves (8.25 to (1.00,
Sheep run was smaller last v. cck, 87.000
head, market higher on killing lambs
and ou couuiry grades of sheep, muttons
uneven Demand for breeding owes is
so great that packers are Invariably out
bid on ewes, whether thin or fat. Run
Is 15,000 today, containing a largo share
of feeders, market strong to 10 higher.
Some 05 lb Utah lambs sold at (T.55 to
day, the top on the general market, al
though some show lambs sold at (8 50 to
day. Fair to good lambs range from (7.00
upwards, yearlings up to S5.G5I wethers
(5.20, ewes today at (.5 00. Choice breed
ing owes rold at (5.00 last week, bulk of
breeding owes (4 75 to (5.25, feeding
wethers and yearlings (4 75 to (5.00,
feediug lambs (5.80 to (0.10.
J. A. Rlckct,
L. S. Correspondent.
MADE TO THE
Secretary of State of the
State of Utah
OF THE CONDITION OF
THE BANK OP GARLAND
Located at Garland, In tha County nf Box
Eld.r, State of Utah, at the ctox of bu.lneu on
tha Sth day of October, 1906.
Loam and Dlicounta .... $73.511 89
OvordrafU ... . 4.43S.98
Furniture and Fixture . 2,062.78
Pue from National llanlca ... 7,636.32
Co.h on Hand 6.6U.92
Current Expcnica and Taxes I'aJd - - 1,725.69
ToUl . . $35,031.58
Capital Stock Paid In - . . t2J.000.00
Itenerved for 1906 Tax ... 400.00
Undivided Proflta .... 1,933.03
Dun to National Hanlci .... 4,373.71
Individual Dcpoalta .... 26,491.32
Saving! Dept. (Intareat at 4 per cent) 1,538.61
Cathlcr'a Checks 207.83
Uilla Payable .... 33,000.00
Total . . S96.031.Oi
STATIC OF UTAH. I
County of Box Klder, I"1
C J, Caupbkli. betas Ant duly iwotn acuml
liur to law depoaea and taya that he li caahlrr of
the above named bank; that the aliove and fore
going report conUlna a full, true and correct
tatomentof the condition of the aald bank at
the cloae of butlnaaa on the 9th day of Oct, 1906.
C. J. Caupdkll.
.Subscribed and aworn to before me thin 20th day
Joasm Jinsbn, Notary Public
STATE OF UTAH, I
Office of the Secretary of State, I
I, C. S. TlNOcr, Secretary of State of the Bute
of Utah, do hereby certify that the forcirolntf la a
full, true and correct copy of the statement of the
above named company, now on Die In my office
this 22th day of October, 1906.
C. S. TlNQJCY,
Seal Secretary of State.
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( CLOTHING, SHOES, LADIES' and CHILDKEN'S CLOAKS and WK.AFS
But we have
( that are CHEAP enough to BURN and they come in the Best Makes and Style 1
U -x sri ow aD0Ut yur a" u"' -'a" 'n unt we w'"' show youhovv M
DUyS friends' Made Clothing Make Friends I
Our Ladies' and Children's Line of Coats and Skirts, Furs and Waists is by far the iM
s Welles t ever shown in Garland. Call and look them over before buying elsewhere we can H
save you money on every purchase. Yours to please, M
Boothe Mer. . Produce Co.. I
WPJKKE YOU OKT THE 1IK8T H
Palace Barber Shop
II. F. MILLER PROP.
Hbavlng, lUlr-cuttlng, Sbitmpoolug and
Sanitary Rules Strictly Observed.
Steam Uatba lu Couuvctlou.
Agent for Wblto Swiin Laundry, :
Noxt to Club Siiloon (larlHiid, Utab I
Btomarh trmibln U but a lymptom nf, and not
la ltaell a true dlteaie. We think ot Dripevtla,
Beartbum. and lndl(ftron a real riUroiea, yt
they are irmptomi only ot a certain pocioe
Nerve ilcknm nnthina elm.
It wai thli fart that tint correctly ld Pr. Shoop
In the criatlon of that now very popular Stomach
Remedy Dr. Hhoop'a lUetoratlve. liolna Olnwt
to the ttomarh nervrt, alonn hrnuiht that lurrcea
and favor to Dr. Hhoonand hi Rmtoratlre, With
out that ordinal and highly vital principle, no
luch laitlng arcnmpllihmrnU were ever to be had.
Pontomuch dUtrvn. blnatlnf, bllloiuneu. bad
breath and Hallow complexion, try Dr. nhoop'a
lUitoretivo Tablet! or Mquld and aer for your.
Mil what It ran and will do. We tell and cheer
Wo v. ill xvlla boinv lu HrlKhnni City
comer Mnln nnd ."Stb South rtreds
to nnyonv rtcslrlnc k j;ood lioimi lu thut
flty . Corner lot , N-nrrn orchnrd , -l room
house, witter unit vlectrtr lluhta, pood
cullHr, utc. A line buslncvs loottlou.
Call on or vrrlto
Lee & Dllim, nrl?lmm. Utah.
All kinds of Reef ou leu at Rlter Urns
Up. W, L. Orover presided at tbo reg
ular servlcus held last Sunday at the
ward hall. Singing by tho choir "0,
Happy Houic." l'rajerby Up. Orover,
SluglDR "Oulde Mo to Thee." The mc
rament waa admluUtered by F.ldcra llur-1
dctt Smith, and Olof Johuvou. Wui H
Clayton waa tho first spiaker. Mb
Eble Evans sung "Who's on tho Lord's
Side, WhoT" uhahted In the churns by
the choir and congregation. A II Archi
bald wm the next uud lastvpualccr. The
choir sang "Join With Us In Bweit
Accord." Heuxdlctlon by W H Cran
HAD BOYS' WELFARE IN MIND.
Andrew Carnegie Telle Why Family
Andrew Carnegie waa recontly In
vited to attend the excuraton of the
old handloom weavers of Dunfermline,
Scotland, his native town. Ho was
nnablo to do go, but from Sklbo caatle
bo sent tho following letter, In which
ho 'gave Borne remlnlaccncea of his
ancestors In tho weaving town of Flfof
"By inheritance I think I would be en
titled to rank myself with that nnclont
and honorublo guild, for my Grand
father Carnegie and father wore weav
ers In the olden days nnd vory proud
of It. My Grandfather Morrison did
not have tho distinction, but he was a
good shoemaker and thought there
was 'nothing like loather.' Even upon
my own awvunt I should have some
claim to membership In the old weav
ers' society, for I remember woll 1 as
sisted In 'giving In' tho threads to my
fnthor when he was 'putting in' his
web, and a very proud boy 1 waa in
doing so. Well do I rcmombor the
morning that my fAi'. came borne to
tell mother that tlicro wasn't a new
wob for him to get nnd tbo family
council decided that wo should sail for
Amorlcn, my mothor saying: 'Not for
our good, wo could munuRO to get
along here, but there will bo more
itcope there for our boys.' So we set
sail for the now Jnnd."
Tee Long for Wang. H
1 nave Juat received the fallowing M
quaint story from a reader who la H
apparently unperturbed by the earth- H
quake. A lady in Ban Francisco en- H
gaged a Chinese cook. When the c L
lestial came, among other things she H
aaked him his name. H
"My name," said the Chinaman, LH
smiling, "la Wang Hans Ho." H
"Oh, I can't remember all that," H
said the lady, "I will call you John." H
' John smiled all over and aked; H
"Whnt Is your namee?" H
"My name is Mrs. Melville Long- Lg9
"Me no memble all that," said John. v-B
"Chinaman be no 'anvey Mr J. iMm- r
bul Ixndon. I call you Ta.nray." H
Wash Your Qreen Coffee. M
How mnny hotu-nwlves Hoe to It that
the green co!ei- purclmped fronr tho L
grocer In carefully waHli"-! bnfnro be- M
in? ronfltcrt? I havo known many oth-
erwlso careful housekeeiwni to omoty H
the coffee from the parcel in w'.ilch ft
It was bought into the ptn for roast B
mg, novor thinking that they are do- B
Ing An unclean thing. B
Cohee In often dyed to giro It m H
bettor color, and aside Imm this there M
Is such a quantity of real dirt upon M
It tbat it really astonishes people M
who r.vor washod it. Wash voar oof- H
"e- Ni'i'ivnl 'nTi-'.'v H
JUST ARRIVED I
JUST ARRIVED I
A Line of Children's, Ladles' and Gents' Shota, Hats, Drtes H
Goods, Underwear, etc. Our stock in uow complete with new H
goods arriving d.iily. H
Yee, wc have them all fresh stock, at prices that can't be beat. ffijl
DON'T FORGET ft
that we are closing out our entire line of clolhingJTAr COST kAj
Call and nee goods and get pricesThe place where your mm
dollar will go the farthest, , -' ,wl;
AVM. PRESTON, Manager-. M
1 "lm m"mmm "' "" ""' """""eaSBaTaBSMBialatif4- H
I 50 MEN,S WHITE Jumpers 5?fk T P r 1
I OcIC and OVERALLS von K cmma K 0WLY (jz) C I HE OULGER VOMPANY, I
I MEN'S AND BOY'S GOODS EXCLUSIVELY. VVE ARE V0UKS F0R HOaifiST fiOODS-' I