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H The Garland Globe
B I A. WlXOM, Editoi nml Mnirr.
H Telephone No 52
H One yem (in sdvaoce) -I ..ii
m Six nw.nl lis .75
H Tbras months .... ....
H Advertising ratM fiirnMii (I m up
PPH Rntv.i.l M m-cund-clas.1 niultvr February 17,
ltfOii, at the pout (.nice at Garland, Utah, under
H tho Act of Corftmn of M.irc h I, 1H79.
H Subscribers who tail to rsottvs their
H papers regularly, pleaM notify this office
H Leiden, Holland,. July It, 1901,
H Editor (larliind Olobfl,
H a- it hat iiri'ii some time allies l test
H you a few Hiitm for publication, and I
B have at present a few momenta to apart,
M I will endeavor to forward you. a few
H lines. I might start out liy milling tbat
I was transferee! from my first I. nun h at
B Nijinegeu to tbe present braucb Leiden,
H which is in tbe Rotterdam conference,
M under tbe supervision of Hro. O. 8. New
Ll ton, Who is nctiii" as Conference Pres-
B iilint for tbe time being. Am laboring
H witb Hro. I) P. Davis of Hall Lake, wbo
H bas been in tbis part of tbe world rumen
U ly known aa Dtitcbland, are in other
M words as tbe "land of wooden shoes and
1 suiter kroul for 20 months and b At
M present acting as President of tbis branch .
1 We have four good famlies here and
M hi i i.il members; out side of these we
B have baptised three. Klder Davis baptis
B ed two and myself one. We have a very
B nice hall here and liohl meetiiigs on
B Hiimliiy and Tliurstlnv ninlits. Wc also
B hold Sunday school, bavlog a class for
B tbe ebildien and a thcalogieal class for
M tbe older people. Although we have
B only a few friends at present, we are
H distributing liteiature among the people
M J a and tilings look very cncouraglug for
H tbe future. I think by the aid of Qod
M and e.irnest work we will be able to meet
witli success in our labors here in Leiden.
H This ia a UWB of 70,000 people and is
M located abont 10 miles from the Hague,
H tbe winter home of tjnci-n Willimitiiu
H Yesterday myself aud companion had
H the pleasure of visiting witb and show-
H itiL' Pro, James and Francis Kit Mm in and
H sister Kirkbam of ,ehi around the dif-
H ferent places in the Hague. Wc first
H visited the old prise n known as the
H "Gcvaugerrporl.M This is an old prisou
H tbat was used by the spauiards in the
H 17th century. The implements aud tools
H tiny used for torturing and executing
H people are still there, consisting of
M swords, brauding irons, thumb screws,
H stretching macbines aud many other
H thing tbat were used in a cruel manner.
V . We were shown through the cells aud to
E tbe room where the prisoners were starv-
H ed to death. Tbe room is next to tbe
H kitchen witb a window sons the starving
H prisoners could see and sntell tbe cook
H tag of food, to add to their sufferings
B We theu weut through the Houses of
H Parlimeat and saw the different cbambes,
H both tbe house of Lords und the House
H ofCouuuous. We next visited tbe Palace
H in the woods, which was bulit as a res-
H ideuce for Queen Sophia iu the early
H days of her reign Here wc fouud many
H p'e-i nts tbat were given bor by the
B Chinese aud Japenese. Tb.'re is a ball
H room with tbe most maguificcnt draw-
H logs aud paiutiugs I ever saw. Tbe first
H great peace conference was held iu this
M building in the year 1890. Wc next got
M oa tbe street car aud weut to tbe North
H i-tea Spent au hour viewing the mag-
H nitlei ni buildiugs and returned to the
H Hague. After bidding the people good
H bye, we returucd to Leiden.
H I was very pleased te bear from llro.
J.E. Corbett that they are boldiug street
I meetings at Oarlaud and I hope that
they will be kept up, as I kuew they do
J a great d .il of good, both home aud
H abroad. I am very sorry we are uot able
H to bold them here, but it is against tbe
H laws of the country. I bad tbe pleasure
H while at Loudon on the night of June
H 31st or attending one of these street
H met tings which was giveu on tbe corner
H next to tbe Hall of "Duseret " I never
Q saw the spirit of tbe Lord more manifest
H or enjoyed a meeting more In "uiy life
H than I did tbis one. My cry is to
B keep it up and Incourage this work as
BH much as posible. I think tbe people
M both old aud youug should attend these
H meetiugs .
m Now just a word to tbe ball team before
B closing, as you all know I am a great
Hb lover of base ball- I have a copy of tbe
HH Globe giviug au account of the first game
B of the season Garland defeating Field-
H Ing as they always do. And boys I want
to bear of you sending them nil Lome
with the feeling that they have Ik en
beaten , and I know it butts MHM of them
also, as it did Willard at ISrigliam tbe
day our little boys walked off with the
silver cup, I know with Andy back in
thi' bOX i Pete lieliitld the bat and the rest
of (he line up as il Is looked in the papei
that you have a strong team and I hope
In see you eoine out as you al'Vays do on
lop w till big scores.
1 hope these few words I bat I have
written w ill lie of interest to some of t he
many rcndcis of the Qlobt. I remain as
enr yi.nr friend and brother in the
Klder Clarence Austin
Deciuiastr, :I7, Leiden, Holland.
('hninlicrluin's Stomach and Liter
'Cablets gently stimulate I lie liver and
bouels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse
tbe system, cure constipation and sick
headache. Sold by All Dealers.
$25.00 for a Name.
Th' Agricultural College of
Utah is constructing new
woman's building which will be
reedy for occupancy in Sept
ember, 1909. The building will
be equipped in the most modern
way for work iu Domestic
Science and Arts. It will be,
when completed, the gmitest
college for women in the far
The College desires to have
the building named appropriate-
y and by the people of the
State for whom it is being con
structed. Twenty-five dollars
will be paid to any person who
suggests the most suitable name.
The name must be submitted
not latter than August 16, 1909.
Fifteen dollars will be given to
the person who suggests the ,
second best name.
In submitting names in this
competition, the nature of the
new building and its purpose I
should be considered. It will
be devoted exclusively to work
in Domestic Science and Arts,
that is, Homemaking-such as
cooking, dietetics, home sanita
tion, home decoration anil
management, laundering, plain
aud fancy sewing, dressmaking
and millinery. The purpose of
the course is to train the house
wives- to- a . broader and more
sympathetic conception of their
work-the greatest iu the worJd.
Any man, woman, or child
may complete. Twenty-five
dollars for first choice; fifteen
dollars for second choice; name
to be submitted by August 15,
1909, to the Agricultural ( ollege
of Utah, Logan, Utah.
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The best, latest and most popular
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See our line of Filled and Solid Oold
Watches, Diamond Ringn, Broaches,
Pins, Etc., Etc.
LOCAL Agant for Edison Phones
and Records. Riter Bros. Block.
Notice to Water Users.
Aug. 1st, 1909.
To Water I'seis of the Heal Hiver
In view of the iu -reusing number of
transfers, cancellations, assignments and
deeds of walerrlgiils, u e have decided
mi and after this date t charge a fee for
milking mil aud executing the SPOTS
docoments us follows:
Foremen water contraot and deed of
perpetual water-right, 2.00.
Vet eaeli assignment of water-right,
under water eolitiiicl , M ..VI,
Fur lyieli deed of a perpetual water
Fur each cancellation of water con
Utah-Idaho Sugar (Jo.,
J31-a21 Koslab F.vans, Hest. Mgr.
Samuel Newhouse, the multi
millionaire and Salt Lake
"Booster" passed through Gar
land in a special car Thursday.
County Surveyor James N.
Holdaway of Deweyville, is the
proudest man in Box Elder
County and his wife is the
happiest woman in seven states.
Reason A fine son came to
their home Monday night.
They have a family of girls,
but this is their first boy. All
Don't forget that the Bear
River Stake Relief Societies
will give a grand Bazar in the
Garland hall during Thanksgiv
ing week. Every ward in the
stake will take part and have
special booths. A grand con
cert and ball will be given in
the evening. Watch the Globe
for further details.
When tbe tUoinacu tails to preform its
fuiHliuiis, thu bowels become deranged,
the liver and the kidneys congested caus
iug numerous diseases. Tbe .stomach aud
liver must be restored to a hcaitby con
dition aud Chamberlain's Stomach aud
Liver Tablets can be depeuded upon to
do it. Easy to take aud most offective.
Sold by All Dealers.
"Vt would be pleased to nave our read
ers, and tbe public generally, send in
inch items of news as may come under
their observation, s.icb as births, deaths,
marriages, goings and comings, etc.
Many things transpiro that we may over
look, hcuce wc ask you to assist us in
tbis matter that wc may be able to pub
lish AM, the news.
promptly ohtInd In all oountrln, or NO fit.
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Wideawake Inrentore should l.are oar band-
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PateuU taken throuih alnnn A Cx. reoelT
pKlat mitic; without charge. In ttS
A handeomelr llluetrated week.r I wraeet fr
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rear i four nujBUia,L Sold by all aewedaalera.
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I C. J. CAMPBELL NOTARY PUBLIC and
OARLA.O, UTAH jggg 'BENT
Jr AUIITIIG GARLAND,
. T. VIWE.I1O ....UTAH....
Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries
- Fish and Game in Season g 1
CATTLE AND HOGS BOUGHT AND SOLD IN CARLOAD LOTS
A Complcie Line of Slaple Grcceries Constantly On Hand.
"the garland club
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors
GarUd. Utah and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Room In Connection.
I'.'ii't Let Whiskey Oct the Best of You Oct the Best of Whiskey at the Club
I J. W. LEWIS, THE JEWELER
For Fine Rings, Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass and Jewelry.
First Class Rspairlng a Specialty. Riter Bros. Block, Garland.
I THE PALACE BARBER SHOP I
H. F. Miller, Proprietor. Owens Block, Garland, Utah
Shs'inf, Hair Cutting, Shampooing and Manage. Agent for Ogdt'Il Steam
New Electric Maitage Machine. 1
Sanitary rnlet strictly observed. LAlinary
JOSEPH JENSEN I
do you seh Bumm JttXBXUfUUtS """"'
price i ounces GARLAND
2! 78c KPARATOR BUnER .
200 $1.25 .,. Wm WMO GLOBE
1,000 : : : : Sill "- office
President of the U. S. William H. Taft
Vice-President " ' James H . Sherman
Utah Senators S1?00'
I ueo Sutherland
Utah Representative Joseph Howell
Governor of Utah ( William Spry
Box Elder County Senator W. C Horsley
Box Elder County Representative W. S. Hansen
Judge, ist Jud. District W. W. Manghan
District Attorney B. C. Call
!A. W. Valentine
D. E. Adams
M. J. Richards
County Clerk Alvin Ipsen
County Sheriff Joseph Josephson
County Recorder Isabel Dalton
County Attorney Nels Jenson
County Assessor Elias Jensen
County Treasurer C. G. Adney
County Surveyor James N. Holdaway
Prest. of Board of Education P. M. Hansen
Clerk of Board of Education H. W. Valentine
Town Board of Garland
President J. c. Wheelon
Truaiees T. H Edwards
O. L. Winters
Ulerk H. C. Cutler
Treasurer H. B. Foulger ,,
Mar8hal T. L. Snook
Justice of the Peace tiurdett Smhh
onstAable T. L. Snook
City Attorney j. D Ca
Postmaster Eva C. Wilcox