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; ' . ' ' ,: THE GARLAND GLOBE
THE GARLAND GLOBE
I A. Whom, . . Editor and Mner.
Telephone No 52
Kntarwl aa snooml-claas matter February 17,
1MM, at tha post oBaes at Garland, Utah, undar
the At of Oana-raaa of March 8, 187.
Subscribers who fall to receive their
papers regularly, please notify thli office
SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1909.
Mosinh Evans was in the county
Oscar Harris was a Brigham
R. G. Michaelis was in Cor
inne on business Tuesday.
B. F . Boothe returned Sunday
night from a trip to Brigham,
O. L. Winters spent Sunday in
Ogden visiting with his family.
G. W. Earl of Fielding gave
this office a pleasant call Monday.
Dr. C. W. Richards, Jr., left
Sunday to visit relatives in Orange
Albert Hardy made a business
trip to Salt Lake last Saturday
S. E. Baxter of Salt Lake
City, father of R. E. Baxter,
spent this week in Garland.
Mrs. Lucy A. Clark returned
Wednesday from a trip to Faim
ington and the State Capital.
County Sheriff Joseph Joseph
son and Atty. J. S. Perry were
in town on legal business Tues
day. Mrs. H. C. Cutler returned
Sunday evening from an extend
ed visit to American Fork and
The roof projection of Jensen
Bros, new furniture store was
slightly damaged by the heavy
wind-storm Monday night.
Miss Ghloe Vanfleet is spend
ing this week in Farmington.
During her absence Miss Sarah
Fowler is filling her position as
lady clerk at the B. M. & P. Co.
Mrs. Mary A. Vanfleet of
Farmington and Mrs. Streeper
of Centerville, mother and sister
of W. R. Vanfleet returned home
Monday after a pleasand visit
Last Saturday at Deweyville
the Honeyville boys put it all
over the "Dewey" bunch in a
friendly game of base ball. The
score was XO to 4 in favor of
Mrs. Margret Davis of Span
ish Fork, mother of Mrs. Lettie
L.ant, and Mrs. Tillie Dixon of
I Mercer, sister of J. T. Lant are
visiting in town the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Lant.
An 11 pound package of male
a new postmaster - came to
Uncle Sam's postoflke in Garland
Wednesday night. Mother and
babe doing nicely; Oliver smil
ing "OH over"
S. W. Gaddie of Sugar City,
Idaho, assistant cashier of the
Fremont County Bank, accompa
nied by his wife, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Evans the
fore part of this week
O. L. Wilcox, who is working
with the Signal Service crew at
Promontory Point in manufactur
ing cement blocks for the S. P.
R. R., came home Monday to
spend a week or ten days.
ISupt. 'J. H. Edwards returned
Monday from a trip to Rush
Valley where he went in com
pany with other officers of the
Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. to visit
the lime stone quurriss in that
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Edward Sorensen
of East Garland, and Miss Mar
gret Walker of Syracuse, Utah,
the event to take place at the
Salt Lake temple Wednesday,
F. H. Neil of Lucan, Ontario,
"anada, representing the Maple
1 Avenue Stock Farm, wastn town
i Tuesday and Wednesday and
sold Fred Manning a Scoth Clyde
dale mare, weight 1600 pouuds
She is a beauty.
C. C. Sesrles, who went out
to the Pocatcllo Valley to start
the steam plowing outfit, called
at this office Tuesday and staled
that the outfit is tunning in good
shape and turning over the sod
at a get-up and go some gait.
Mrs. Llbbie Pllrher of Odcn la the
jftiest, of Mrs. Kva 0. Wilcox.
Miss Mattle Strong of Alplno it the
guest of her slater, Mrs. Julia Baxter.
The World's Fair at Seattle.
Wash., opened Tuesday, June
it, at liiyli noon.
Mrs. Annls Ohrlstensen mid son of
Manauaa, Colo., Mater of Mra. Eph
Coombs, and Mr. and Mra Leslie M.
Coombs of Juarez. Mexico, the former a
brother of Mr. Kph Coomba, are flatting
In this city.
Fred Manning went 10 Brig
ham City Monday to attend the
meeting of the Board of County
Commissioners. He took with
him a petition, signed by a host
of people from this city and vi
cinity protesting against the pro
posed change in the road at
Uncle Sam don't want In run
short of postmasters as he needs
'em He sent a new one to Gar
land Wednesday and Tuesday
Arthur Pierson the R. F. D.
man of the Deweyville route
(now Tremonton) was given an
assistant in the shape of a fine
son to help in the postal service.
Three cheers for Untie Sam and
good for Arthur.
Notice la hereby given that a unit.
meeting will be held at the Oarland ball
immediately after the afternoon meeting
Sunday (tommorow) for t he purpose of
diacuaalng the matter of celebrating the
(Morions 41 Ii of July . Evcrbody invited
Justice Smiths Court.
Thursday afternoon and evening the cases of the
Town of Oarland vs. Eph Coomba, proprietor of
the Club saloon and A. B. Manaaa proprietor of
the Pearl aaloon. indected with selling- liquor to
minora, came up in Justice Burdett Smith's court.
Atty. J. D. Call appeared for plaintaff and Atty.
J. S. Perry for defendants.
R. G. afichaaUa. D. B. Foulser and J. W. Lewis.
Jurors In the Coombs case brought in a verdict of
not a-utlty. On motion of the plaintaff the court
dismissed the case of Manaaa.
LADIES' SELF CULTURE CLUB.
Thuraday afternoon at her home ou
Factory street, Mra. G, W. Austin
entertained the member of the Ladita'
Self Culture Club, It members bfiug
present. Prest. Bertha Campbell pre
sided. It was decided to discontinue the
Kindergarten for one year.
"The Man on the Box" was read to
the members by Mrs. Nellie Rose.
Delicious refreshments were served and
the Club adjourned for two weeks to
meet al the home of Mra. Pearl Ii. Foul-ger.
Via Oregon Short Line
To Denver, Omaho, Kansas City, Chica
go, St Louis and other points, Juue 4, S,
11, 12, It) and 26th. See agents for later
dates, rates and further particular: .
If you are not aatlsfied after using
according to directions two-thirds of a
bottle of Chamberlain 'a Stomach and
Liver Tablets, you can have your money
back. The tableta cleanse and Invigo
rate the stomach, improve the degestion,
regulate the bowela. Qive them a trial
and get well. Sold by all Dealers.
Dr. C. It. Murchtaon of our company
will be in Oarland June 12th and in
Tremonton June 13tb Those wishing
any attention should call ou him early
as his time is limited.
Alexander Optical Company. It
Many remarkable euro of stomach
troubles have been effected by Chamber
lain's Stomach sud Liver Tableta. One
man who had spent over two thousand
dollars for medicine snd treatment was
cured by a few boxea of these tableta.
Price, 25 cents. Samples free at all
I Bp. A. R.Capcuer presided. Singing
"Come O Thou King of Kings." Pray
er by V. L. Orover. Singing "Praise
Ye the Lord " Sacrament administered
by Elders Lewis (). Lilly white and 0.1,
Anderson. D. C. Chapman and Arnold
Vouaa were accepted as members of the
ward, two babies were blessed and
Donald Clark was confirmed a uiumber
of the church. The following bore
testimony: D. E Manning. Thos. E.
K lug, James Mav, Pen r Boss, Jos. E.
Corbett, Felix Balrd, Julia Bingham,
D. B. Foulger, U.S. Hire and Bp. A H.
Capener. The choir sang the anthem
"Not a Sparrow Falleth." Benediction
by H.S. Bice.
In the evening a very interesting street
meeting was held In front of Rlter Bros
Drugstore. The singing was furnished
by returned Elder. Fredric L. Rogers
presided and opened the meeting by
prayer. The speakers were Elders Micah
Oarn from Fielding Richard West of
East Garland, D. B. Foulger of this city.
Benediction bv Elder Chas Mason of
Via Oregon Short Line
To Denver. Omaha, Kansas City. Chica
go, St. LouIh hiuI other points, June 4, 6.
11, 12, 16 and '.'in i,. See agents for later
dates, rates and further particulars.
Lame shoulder Is almost invariably
caused by rhiimatlsm of the muscles and
yields qnickly to the free application of
Chamberlain's Liniment This liniment
is not only prompt and effectual, but. In
no way disagreeable to use. Sold by all
To be sold at Auction at Btirley, Idaho,
on June loth. Heduced rates will be
made via Oregon Short. Line Railroad,
tickers on sale from Idaho and Oregon
points June 13th, 14th , and 18th., from
Utah and other points Juno 12th., 18th.,
and 14lh, Ask agents for rates, or write
W.T.Jack, Burlcy, Idaho for further
"It cured me," or "It saved the life
of my child," arc the expressions you
hear every day about Chambcrlatu's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
This is true the world over where this
valuable remedy has been Introduced.
No other medicine In use for diarrhoea
or bowel complaints has received such
general approval. The secret of the
success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it cures.
Sold by all Dealers.
Via Oregon Short Line
To Denver, Omaha, Kansas City. Chica
go, St. Louta and other points, June 4, 6,
11, 12, 16 and 2(ith. See agents for later
dates, rates and further particulars,
M 20- J 26.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is sold
on a guarantee that if you arc uot aatlafled
after using two-thirds of a bottle accord
ing to directions, your money will be
refunded. It is up to you to try. Sold
by all Dealers.
A-Y-P Exposition Rates
Via Oregon Short Line.
$38.30 from Oarland to Seattle and
return; on Sale daily commencing June
1st. Ask agents for further part
Any mot he i who has had experience
with this distressing ailment will be
pleased to know that a cure may be
effected by apply lug Chamberlain's Salve
as soon as the child is done nursing.
Wipe it olT with a soft cloth before
allowing babo to nurse. Many trained
nurses use this salvo with best results.
For sale by Dealers.
THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH ply
your kind of music no matter what
it is where and as you like it.
The beat, latest and moat popular
records. Leave your orders for any
special records desired. Call and
hear the very latest.
See our line of Filled and Solid Gold
Watches, Diamond Rings, Broaches,
Pins, Etc., Etc.
LOCAL Agent for Edison Phones
and Records. Rlter Bros. Block.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets will brace up the nerves, banish
sick head ache, prevent despondency and
Invigorate the whole system. Sold by
In the way of-
There's naught to dodge, nothing to fear
In the quality of our store-full of Beady-to-nse
paints and paint In bulk. They
won't blister or chip off are unaffected
by sun, rain cold or frosty weather.
Summer or winter our paints fill the bill
completely and economically.
Wo carry a fine Hue of paint brushes.
Riter Dros. Dm Co.
Logan and Garland. Utah, Franklin,
Preston and Montpclier, Idaho.
DRAT AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red,
7. R. LAYT0N.
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates Furnished Free.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
TOR SALE, Etc
WINES "d l.ltiuors fur Medicinal
purposes at Riter Bros Drug Store, tf
BLANK rVOTsTS-For sale at
this office. 10s per dozen.
FOR SALE 2-roomed house and two
lotsonMaln and Ingalls st. Apply to
Luther B. Sasaer, Garland, Utah. 2t
FOR 3FNT Good business building In
Garland cent e rally located. Apply at
Globe oflico er write to .1. R. Smith, 127
west 8th south, Salt Lake City.
If you receive a copy of the Garland
Qlobel with "Sample copy" written on
t he corner, remember that It Is an invita
tion for you to subscribe. 11.60 will give
you the Globe 92 weeks and you cannot
afford to be without your HOME paper.
United Statu Land OAce,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
April j, i9a.
To Whom It May Coxcsaa:
Notice it hereby given that the State of
Utah hat tiled in this office lists of lands, se
lected by the said State, under section 6 of the
Act of Congress, spproved July 16. 1894, ss
Indemnity School Lands, vis: SVi NEW,
NWM NEW. Sec. 30. T. 10 N.. R. it W., S. ,
L. M.. Serial No. 0J103. Evj NWtf, EM
SWW. Sec. 30, T. u N.; R. 6 W., S. L. M.,
Serial No. 03306. All Sec. 10, T. 9 N , R. 7
W S. L. M., Serial No. .3308. NWtf. Sec.
14, T. 10 N., R. 2 W., Lota i, a, 1, and 4.
Sec. 30, T. 11 X , R. 6 W , S. L. M. Serial No.
03109. Copies of said lists, so far as they relate
to aaid tracts by descriptive subdivisions, have
been conspicuously posted in this office for
inspection by any person interested and by I
the public generally. During the period of
publication of this notice, or any time there
after, and before final approval and certifica
tion, under departmental regulations of April
J. 1907, proteatt or contests against the claim
ot the State to any of the tracts or subdi
visions hereinbefore described, on the ground
thst the same is more valuable for mineral
than for agricultural purposes, will be received
and noted for report to the General Land
Office at Washington, D. C. Failure so to
protest or contest within tha lime specified,
will be considered sufficient evidence of the
non-mineral character of the tracts and the se
lections thereof, being otherwise free frn
objection, will be approved to the State, t. D.
R. THOMPSON, Register. m-jj ji
W FARMERS' CASH UNION
0 A car load of McCormick headers, binders, mowers A
,R and rakes just arrived from the factory. They speak gU
for themselves. A car load of cement in stock at 'ta
C? proper prices. Canvas and Witcher Dams for irrigat- 0
d ing; Shovels, hoes, cultivatos, forks and hay tools in j?
great quantity. Wire-cable, rope, hardware and sup- P
2 pHes. LUMBER AND BUILDING ft
0 MATERIAL " tock and more enroute. A
X Prices are Right X jf
VJl A Mlnauro Water System Come and see it. We have them for sale. Q
Jv asfa-'l'liey Should be in Every IloiiiejsjSj Jw
Farmers' Cash Union. I
K David Holmgren, Mgr. X Tremonton, Utah. A
z j zi
(, (..It!. id Meat Market
(TS&THOMAS & HALL, Props.Sr
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds
Coupon Books Sold I Free Delivery to
at a Hlg Discount for Cash I ALL PARTS OF TOWN
Qive ui a trial and we will do the rest HfT Chickens and Vest Wanted s
wmmmmum m msmmaam
I dust Received I
A Line of SKIRT FASTENERS If j
also a SKIRT RLAOO. Ladies should not N
Q fail to sec this latest device which absoultcly does fftgj
H away with skirts gaping behind. Call and see them. J
jH A New Line of the 118
H Celebrated Wilson Hose Supporters lM
For Ladies and Children rfi
raj Closing Out Saloon Si
I Men's Boy's and Children's Sjj3
H ATS j
W. L. GROVER & SONS,
WHERE THE TEAMS STOP.
We are Still Harping
On the poodness of our fine stock of Lumber, Hardware and
Furniture. That's a subject wo never get tired of harplnjt upon.
And pray, whv should wo? We know our stock Is equaled by
fow and excelled .by no other In this territory . We scoured tho
best markets of the country to obtain It, because we believe the
best Is none too ifoml for our customers
In buying Lumber, Furniture and Hardware true economy
lies not so much in tho saving of money aa in the spending of ft
right- When you spend it here there isn't the slighest shaddow
af a doubt that It will buy the biggest and best values possible.
LET US PROVE IT.
Undertaking Carefully Attended To 4
JENSEN BROS., ,,a,(Lda
We are now located in our New
Store on North Main St.
Call and see us.
I The Tremont JTwhT!!r!!sn!t!Tl
I Liquor HOUSC II wines, liquors and ICr
I G. A. Woodward, Prop. jj CIGARS. f
SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES.
1 Case of Beer $3,50 On Return of Case $1.00 Rebate
1 Barrel Bottled Beer $10.50 On Return of Bottles $3,00 Rebate
And Everything Else in Proportion.
This include', linker's Hest mid Fisher's Halt Lake Beer.
Wo also handle PAB8T and BLUE HIBBON Beer
PLEASE CALL AND SEE US.
RBBTTf5 5S uusur-
KHskaL I pure and whole-
aaaaaaaaaaafyY gpT""L I U L ''" ""'.V the best brands of
PkiflMMssivir " " ' I ''"""' K"'"ls '""' consequently sell onlv the
Bf ifl Vfl iC-tl r" " " I Such stock hh WE BOTTLE
kJIsP IB - "" lmM bceu ,u"y matured in wood
VjSf ' aMi BsaTTsai "mlt'r tnc most fsvorahlo conditions.
IH- ' "TSBaaaisalaaaaFalaaaB A tl illl orilcr for wet. goods will COn-
ttjasTlT iTim atsas " V"" "'Ht "''S ' t'"' 1lHCe l" ll'y-
BsaBss Pool and Billiards in Connection.
I J. F.OWENS I3 J
Dealer in Fresh end Cured Meats and Green Groceries
s Fish and Game in Season t j
CUTTLE AND HOGS BOUGHT AND SOLD IN CARLOAD LOTS W
A Complete Line of Groceries Constantly On Hand.
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines. Liquors
Garland, Utah and Cigars............
Billiard and Pool Room In Connection.
- Don't Let Whiskey Get the Best of Tou Get the test of Whiskey at the Club -