ll THIi; GARLAND GLOBE
H THE GARLAND GLOBE
j ( INDEPENDENT.
Hl ' J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr.
H , Telephone No 22k
(Fonn.rly Wyatt'i Butcher Shop.)
H Entered u Mcond-cUiw matter Frbru.ry 17.
H 1904, at the poat ofllra at Garland, Utah, uniltr
H I th Act of CoiiereM of March 3, 1879.
H, Suturdny, Nov 17, 1906
H Now that tho pay rolls of Tho Utnli
H Sugar Co. are circulating tlic cash In our
H town, don't forget that tlio Amusement
H, Hall Is unpaid for and a few dollars from
M each of us will cancel tho debt.
m Why call this precinct Sunset? Gar
M land precinct would ho more appropriate.
1 TVc suggest that the Precinct chairmen
M or tho political parties get together and
j formulate a petition, to be signed by the
' voters of the precinct, requesting the
, Board of County Commissioners to
B, chaugo the name of this precinct from
' Sunset to Garland. Do It now,
M Tho November pay-days of Tho Utah
U Sugar Co. were record-breakers. Satur
1 day, Nov. 10th, tho company pnld out to
H tho employees 15, 000 and Thursday,
j Nov. 10th, to tho farmers of tho Dear
H River Valley (230,000; a total of 1371, 000.
j This largo sum distributed In one month
1. gives an Idea of the Immense amount of
monoy circulated in our city and valley
M , during the campaign. Garland and tho
M 1 Bear River Valley has Just reason to be
M j proud of tho Sugar factory. Tho bvcta
M ' are nearly nil dug although quite a large
M per cent are pitted in tho Adds awaiting
B ( room at tho factory sheds. Tho factory
M 1 has been running at over capacity every
day since the campaign opaned. From
M ' all Indications tho run will contlnuo un-
H til nearly the 15th of January.
H Why Is our town In darkness?" Tho
B Utah Sugar Co. will furnish plenty of
H i ' light If tho Town Board will replace the
) burned out lights and our city will pre-
H , sent a brighter and more attractive ap-
Hi. peranco. As yo editor was returniug
H' from Brlgham Sunday night, two gentle-
I men from tho oast sat near by and when
j tho train stopped at Trcmont they wero
H, beard to remark: "This seems but a
l small place no lights in evidence" As
Ht; tbey ncarvd Garland thu first thing to
H attract their attonllon was thu Sugar
Hf factory all aglow with ticctric lights
H and tho numerous cottages of our town
Hi' lit up with electricity. Ouu of 'them
HV waa heard to say "This is quite a good-
J sized town see tho big factory and thu
H? bouses all lighted with electricity." Ye
fi editor only wished that each lamp on the
l'1 corners of our streets wero likewise aglow
H j so our town would havo uppcared to
M these gentlemen and all who pass this
H 4, way in Its true light. Tho OBI, dapot
HJ would present a more welcome and in-
B . vlting appearanco to Incoming passen-
H 1 gcrs these dark nights if a fow electric
H ' lights were placed within and around thu
Cut this out and take It to Rltcr Bros.
H i drug store and get a frco sample of
H Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
H lets. For biliousness and constipntiou
H 1 they arocunqualed. They Improve thu
H appetite, strengthen the digestion and
M ' regulato the liver and bowels.
I NO WONDER
H. I That men SMOKE
n when they see our lim
of SMO KER'S
j Anybody Would
The toboccos are of
mt ey. 1 he finest variety and
K f of the most expensive
Bl $ curw
B ' it
Bl Wi wv The pipes give
Br, 3-Jl SOLID COM.
W KraS FORT to the OLD
and YOUNG amok-
H, We wont mention
J our CIGARS espe-
Hj ciully, but smoke one
HJ of our Ceding brands
M and you will smoke
H no other.
Rltcr Bros. Dnio Go.
V Logan and Garland, Utah,
H Franklin, Preston and Mpntpelier,
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ITEMS OF INTEREST.
MKs Esslo Kvaim was a Brlgham visit
Wo pay 1)0 cents for oggs. Bootho
Mrrcmitllo it Produce Co. tf
Wines and Liquors for Medicinal pur
poses nt lUter Hros Drug Store. JO-tf
Herbert It. Foulgur made a business
trip to Ogdcn Monday.
Butter paper for sale at thli office
20cts per hundred sheets.
Mrs. .Mary A. Vanlleet returned to her
home In Farmliigtou Sunday.
W. II. Bootho, Sr of Brlghnin, was
In town a few days this week.
H, Boyd returned thu Inttcr part of
last week from u trip to Idaho.
Mm W.It. Vaulletit Is Hpendlng this
week with relatives In Fnrmington.
Jirs. A. Muriu returned Sunday even
ing from a luminous trip to Ogdcn,
Postmaster IS. F. lloothc of Itrlgliam
was in this city on business Wednesday.
If. Nelson, ot tho Box Klder Ncwh
mechanical department, spent last Sun
day In this city.
Mr. and Mra Ursel Roso moved Into
their handsome new dwelling Thursday
of this week.
H.O. Fryer of Dcwoyvlllo was in town
on business Tuesday and gave this office
a pleasant call.
Lowis Fugal of Pleasant Qrovo spent a
few days In town this week tho guest of
W. I). Lewis and family.
Miss Eva Carter, sister of Mrs. Jennie
Wallis, spent the fore part of tho week
with relatives In Brlgham City.
Mrs. John Garrett of 'Wcllsvillo, who
has been the guest of .Miss Sarah Fowler,
returned home Tuesday Morning,
II. Otto, of Itftcr Hros. Drug Co , left
the fore part of tho week for Logan ow
ing to the illness of his wlfo.
Low Van Dlko of Salt Lake, brother-ln-lr.w
of Mosiah Evans, Is spending ai
fow days In town visiting relatives uud
W. II. Itowu camo tip from Corlnno
Thursday and v as In nttendanco at Un
social given in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
W. P. Eaton.
Mrs Jos. Jensen, who spent tho fore
part of this week with relatives in lSrlg
ham City and Mantua, returned homo
Best. Mngr. Mosiah Evans has been
summoned to servo on the Federal Jury
for tho November term and left yester
day for 8alt Lake City.
Mrs. Henry Stephens formerly of this
city, who has been on an extended visit
In Colorado, returned tho foro part of
tho week to her homo In Ogdcn.
C. W, Knudson of ISrlgham City, ono
of the directors of the Garland Mercan
tile Co., was In town Friday and Satur
day last on business connected with tho
Co. Com. A. W. Valentino and Dr. E.
A. Illch of Brlgham were hero Thursday
Inspecting tho sanitary condition of Tho
Utah Sugar Co's silo and found every
thing in satisfactory order.
Mrs. W. P. Eaton leaves for Salt Lnko
City Tuesday next to assist her sister,
Miss Bessie Shcmwcll, in making pre
parations to embark on tho matrimonial
sea In the very near future
.Mr. and .Mrs. W. P. Eaton will enter
tain lu honor of 11 fun' of their young
friends this evening at u Japanese party.
Mrs. Eaton will Im assisted by Mrs,, M.
D. Evans and the MUses Hazel and
Essie Evans. The affair promises to bo
u pleasing social u cut,
Special to the Garland Globe:
Kansas) City Stock Yards,
Nov. 5, 1906. Cattle receipts
have been moderate since last
Monday, including today, with a
run of 17,000 head. Total sup
ply last week was 70,000 head,
including 10,000 calves. The
market has been firm nil the time,
steady to strong today. A large
shnre of the supply has come
fiom Colorado, New Mexico and
the panhandle, and salesmen are
a unit in saying present condition
of the market is about the best of
the senson on the range cattle.
Country buyers have been taking
the Colorado feeders readily at
3 75 tn 4 ao ana New Mexico
Blockers have sold up to 400.
Five car loads of panhandle cal
ves sold at the highest price of
the season, Friday, the steer cal
ves at 4 50, weighing 38 tlb, the
heifers ut 3 70, weighing 3761b
Other sales of stockers ranged
downwards to 3 00 and calves
down to 2 5o, but as a general
thing range cattle are bringing
3 00 to s 00 per head more this
fall than last. A feature last
week was the sale of sixteen cars,
375 head, of Baer Brothers beef
steers, 11451b, at 4 20 without a
single animal being cut out.
They were from the White Riv
er country in Colorado. Colo
rado cows are selling at 2 65 to
3 35 panhandle and New Mexico
cows 2 40 to 3 00, bulk close to
2 75. Railroads claim they have
enough business from the range
in sight to last u month yet.
Sheep supplies are gradually
growing smaller, 27 000 head
here last week, run less than
3000 today, l-'rices advanced 15
to 25 cents last week, market
strong to 10 higher today. Ulah
and Colorado lambs are selling at
7 00 to 7 40, but are not very
good, choice natives selling at
7 50 to 7 60. Some medium
Arizona lambs sold lately at 6 85.
Good to choice wethers bring
5 75, yearlings up to 600, ewes
5 15 to 540. Feeding lambs sold
freely last week nt 6 00 to 6 10,
but other grades of country stuff
is poor quality and sells at 4 00 to
5 00. Prospects favor small runs
here for some time, and a strong
demand is inevitable.
J. A. Iticknrt,
L. S. Correspondent,
IIAIM(ll(illl(klllfctIISiiilil,l.i.ll.tl.ikiJ.ii.ij.a,ii. i. ... ..
E. V. Schneider,
General Blacksmithing and
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
Washing Machine .Motors
and Electric Flat-Irons
"Will Sink Your Wells
Garland, - Utah
Heaters and Ranges
The season is approaching that e5
reminds you to make preparation sxij
for the coming chilly blasts of JD?
another winter. A god heater .jWPT?TnL
or hot blast in the house is a true ,iFpr-'i3L
friend nnd gives comfort and WjllHlJpiliflS
warmth to your home lllllllllllllllllllll'l
during the winter months. You lillllllllllll'l
can't afford to be without one. Bl III
We have an excellent line of ho bHv IvSfflijiL
blasts to select from at prices t 1 j PStmSa vLJI
suit all. Call and see them, 1 tSrmi ifPiP I
Wo also havo tho colebrted Unlvorsal I I 1 BjjffJP PwiBi
nnd Superb Ranges that cannot bo ox ACU onv tS
celled both In Quality ulld finish. 5H , RESOLUTE UNIVERSAL
(Successors to Hyrum Jensen)
M. A. No. 4141.
Notice of Application For Patent.
M. S. No. 4C2C.
United States Land omce,
Salt Lnko City, Utah,
October 1C, 1906.
Notlco la hereby given that George
K. Williams nnd Dolnncy Wilson of
Snlt Lnko City, Utah, hnvo made
application for a United States patent
for the Butcher Boy Lodp Mining
Claim, situate in Pnrk Valley Mining
District, Box Elder County, Utah,
consisting of 1337.3 linear feet of
said lodo togothcr with Burface
ground not exceeding 300 feet on
each sldo of Bald lode, being mineral
survey No. 4525 nnd described In tho
field notes nnd plat of tlio official sur.
vcy on file In this offlce, with mag
netic variation nt 17 dog. 40 mln.
East as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning nt corner No. 1 of snld
Dutcher Boy lodo, Identical with cor
ner No. 1, Survey No. 14 S f Juno Bug
lode, from which tho Southeast corn
er of Sec. 12, Township 13 North,
Kango 15 West bear North 84 dcg.
10 mln. East 921.1 feet: thenco Nor
th 28 dcg. 24 mln., East 1330.9 feet
to corner No. 2, thenco North CI deg.
20 mln., West 590.2 feet to corner
No. 3; thenco South 26 dcg. 14 mln.,
West 1260.1 feet to corner No. 4,
Identical No. with corner No. 5, Sur
vey No. 4493 New Stato Mino No. 1.
lodo; thenco South CI deg. 49 mln.
West 96.5 feot to corner No. 5;
thenco South 61 dcg. 20 mln. E. COO
feet to cornor No. 1., tho place of
beginning, containing 17.393 acres,
all of which is claimed and applied
for. This claim is located In tho
Southcnst quarter of Sec. 12 and
Northeast quarter of Sec. 13, Town
ship 13 Not th, Range 15 West, S.
L. B. and M.
Notico of location of said lode Is of
record in tho office of tho County Re
corder of Box Elder County, Utah, In
Book "C" ot Mining, Pago 410. The
names of the adjoining claims are
Now Stato Mino No. 1, Survey No.
4493 adjoining on tho West nnd Juno
Bug, Survoy No. 4484 adjoining on
I direct Hint this notlco bo publish
ed in tho Garland Globe, n weekly
newspaper, published nt Gnrland,
Box Elder County, Utah, for a period
of nine consecutive weeks.
FRANK D. HOBBS,
Smith & Putnam, Attorneys for Ap
First pub. October 20, 1906; last
pub. December 15, 1906.
Wo would bo pleaded to liavo our read
ers, aud tho public generally, send lu
such Items ot nuws as may come under
their observation, such as births, deaths,
mnrriages, goings and comings, etc.
Mnny things transpire that wo may over
look, hence wo as It you to assist us lu
this matter that wo may bo able to pub
lish all the news.
Wnsh your hands with warm waterdry
with a towel and apply Chamberlain's
Salvo just boforo going to bed, and a
speedy cure Is certain. This salvo Is also
Invaluable for soro nipples, itching piles
and skin diseases. For sale by Rltcr
Bros. Drug Store.
Down on the Beach.
Miss Passe I don't sco why tho
mon Hhould snub mo. Last yonr thoy
snld I was a pouch.
Miss Tabasco Yes, but lost yonr's
peaches are not ory much in demand
this year, you know.
Wanted; A correspondent to send us
a fow items weekly from each of the
following places: DeweyvO'o, Fielding,
Elwood, l't. Lookout, Thatcher, Penrose.
Corlnne, Colllnston, Rear Rhcr City,
rremont nnd other aurroundlng places,
Vour town ought to be represented In
this paper. Why not Interest yourself in
telling us v hat Is doing? Wo v III send
tlio paper free to all tnrrotpoudi'iits mid
give you no mo paper and envelopes If
you will act. Write us a letter for pub
llcatlon nnd help us build up tho Great
Bear River Valley.
Taklnn Thing Too 8erlouily.
Miss jonks Havo you roully brokou
oft your engagomont to him?
Miss Flytlo Oh, yos. I Just had to.
He was getting too sentimental be
gan to talk to me about matrimony.
Clothing! Clothing! I
In order to get our clothing in the hands of the people,
we are making the following prices:
An $18 suit A $ to suit A $9 suit H
for $15 for $8.40 for $7 50 H
Men's and Boy's Overcoats at prices that cannot be reached H
by any other house in town. M
Youth's and Children's suits going at the following prices: H
$11 suits at $9, $9 suits nt $7.50, Children's suits as low as $2 2$ H
These prices cannot be approached anywhere in the. county M
nor out done in the state. M
We are closing out a large line of Snorts bought at the M
Right Time and Prices and are being sold to suit our customers at M
our daily sales will show. H
Our line of Groceries always complete nnd fresh and our ever ob- M
liging delivery man is always on hand to please. fl
.8cc our elegant lino of Men's Heavy Fleece-Lined Snlrts we aro offering H
nt GREATLY REDUCED PRICKS. J3 H
GR0VER, ROSE & CO. I
VA'ifA'SiSl'SeiiiVlMiSH tSJ-Where tho Teams Stop.-YSj ".!aStffft!W.'att y H
J t!MEWM&'Ji'tflV&''A'J!Wf H
CSTWe havo thcml Just what yon want. Style, Sizes and Prices to suit you all. H
We are still Headquarters for the Famous H
cJMojestic Rangeb H
Which we unhesitatingly recommend tn anyone wanting the Bkrt. H
And If you don't know tho merits of the COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER, H
aik your neighbor Ho will tell you that it Iris no superior. H
Remember our stock of Household Furnishings, Carpets, Linoleums, etc., is H
always complete and up to-datc. H
Stohl Bros. Furn. Co.. I
Tremont I tab H
THE PIRST NATIONAL BANK I
OF BRIGHAM CITY H
Does Strictly a Banking Business.
t Ouu Motto: LIBERALITY H
GROWTH IS STEADY AND PERMANENT. H
ACCOUNTS UNDER GOVERNMENT 8UPKRV1SON. H
Lorenzo N. Stohl, Lucius A. Snow, John L. Edwards, M
James Nelson, Peter M. Hansen, Slverin N. Leo, M
Alma Nelbon, John 1). Peters, Oleen N. Stohl. M
Always Asking For Business H
Brlgham City, Utah H
Occiens & Co., I
Dealer is , H
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries, I
Fish and Game in Season. H
Garland Utah I
C J. Campbell,
Garland ..... Utah
G. S. Mo wry,
Painting and Paper-Hanging,
If you want to buy H
REAL ESTATE I
Lend or Borrow I
Money ( I
Have four Llfo or Property Insured,
SEE YJELLISO JrOS. I
Garland Utah I
100,000.00 to Loan on Farms I
in the Bear River Valley. I
Prompt Service. Rates Reasonable I
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