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The Brigham Klbertas arc
Doming to town today to give
the Champions a hard rub.
The game is called for .'.:ir
p. in. at tho City Park and
promsics to bo one of the best
contest of the season. Don't
miss the game.
v L. S. C. C.
At the home of Mrs. Mary
Robinson Wednesday afternoon,
the regular meeting of the
Ladies' Self-Culture Club was
held. Preat. Lettie Lant presid-1
ed and the roll call showed !)
members present. The follow
ladies were guests of the Club:
Mesdames Barbara Rogers,
Zella Van Leuvan, Maggie
Hansen, Lizzie Edwards, Emma
Hardy and May Jensen.
"The Man on the Box" was
read to all present by Mrs.
Delicate refreshments were
served and the Club adjourned
for two weeks to meet at the
home of Mrs. J. T. Lant.
Help lor Those Who Have Stomach
After dyctoring for about twelve year
for n bad stomach trouble, and spending
nearly five hundred dollars fof tnedacine
and doctors' fees, I purchased my wife
one box of Chamberlain's 8tomacu and
Liver Tablets, which did her so much
good Hint she coutiuued to use them and
they have done her more good than all
of the medicine I bought before. Sam
uel Boyer, Folsou, Iowa. This medicine
is for sale by All ". calers. Samples Free.
The following patents were issued
this week to Western Iuvcntms reported
by I). Swifl A- Co., Patent Lawyers,
Washington I). C :
Kansas 8. Bristow, Topeka, game
apparatus; F. M. Holmes, Fontana, Ironing-board;
II. W. Kline, AtCktsOa, rug
hanger; .1 . C. Scogglns, Wlcliila, ill 111
vice; J. D. Sower, Klnio, spring wheel.
Utah A.J. Furlong, Salt Lake Cily,
wire-stripper; G. Wick, Klngham Can
yon, portable wrench.
Copies of any of the above will be sent
any of our readers upon the receipt of
ten cents by D. Swift & Co., Washing
ton D. C. , 'our special patent corrcspon-
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E. E. Brenkmann,
I ATTENTION FARMERS: 1
Two carloads off new Oat and Barley bags J)
and a car off Calcutta 12 oz. Wheat bags 1
will be here in ample time to meet require- K
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A full lino of Fann Machinery, tools and miscellaneous Q
supplies. Lumber, cement, doors, windows and build- TO
log material. Pipe and fixtures, laboratoi'y and bath (
room supplies. TJ. S. Separators and gasoline engius. wjjj
A MimCure Water System Come and see It. We have them for sale. Vn
WajuThev Should be in Every Homcjgtj
Farmers' Cash Union. I
David Holmgren, Mgr. A. Tremonton, Utah. Irk
CLOSING OUT SALE
Wines and Liquors
From Now Until
August 1 5th.
$4,000 Stock of Kentucky Liquors
At a Big Sacrifice.
Talk is cheap, but it takes money to
buy Whiskey, But at Woodward's
you need only a little money.
Now is your best opportunity to supply yourself
Ayitb,astock of Liquors, Wines and Cigar.
ai 4 our own price. - - - - ""
Tremont Liquor House,
G. A. Woodward, Prop.
To Make Big
Hudson & lVttingill, pro
prietors of tbe Garland l.ivciy
Stable, contemplate making
some big improvements in mid
around their staples within the
next few days. They recently
purchaaed a fine nei? surry and
will atld four new rips right
away. The buggy shed is to be
enlarged and the stables in tlie
rear will be improved in good
shape. Tt won't be many days
before Garland cao boast of hav
ing the best livery barn in Box
Elder Co. flood for the new
Mark Hall was 'a Hrigham
The Garland baseball ! hereby
challenges any organized ama
teur team in the state to play a
series of games for a purse of
$100.00. For particulars write
J. T. Lant, Mgr.,
Bp. A. R. Capener presided.
Singing by tue choir, under
direction of F. D. Welling,
"Zion Stands With Hills Sur
rounded." Prayer by Thos. E.
King. Singing "0 flod, the
Eternal Father." Sacrament
administered by Elders J. J.
Thompson and Ludvig Larsen.
Ira King and Wesley Hoot he
were recommended to be or
dained to the lesser priesthood.
Bp. Capener made opening
remarks roforrirg to the small
attendance, attributing same to
the effects of the Pioneer Day
Patriarah Fnineillo Derfey,
Elder John Crawford and Stake
Counselor P. M. Hansen were
the speakers. During the ser
vices the choir sang "O flalilee,"
Mrs. J. J. Thompson singing
the solo. The choir and con
gregation sang "Praise to the
Man" and the benediction was
pronounced by D. C. Chapman.
Rain postponed the street
meeting in the evening.
See Mother Grow Young.
"It would be hard to overstate the
wouderful change in my mother since
sh began to use Electric Bitters," writes
Mrs. W.L. Gilpatrick of Danfortb, Mc.
"Although past 70 she seems really to be
growing young agaiu. She suffered un
told misery from dyspepsia for 20 years.
At last she could neither eat, drink nor
sleep. Port m s gave her up and all re
medies failed till Klcctric Bitters worked
uch wonders for her health." They in
vigorate all vital organs, cure Liver and
Kidney troubles, induce sleep, impart
strength and appetire. Only SOc at all
A-Y-P Exposition Rates
Via Oregon Short Line.
38.80 from Garland to Seattle and re
turn; mi sale daily commencing June
1st. Ask agents for further part
Excursion to Canada
Via Oregon Short Line. Very
low rates to Cardston. Leth-
bridge, Magrath, Raymond,
Spring Coulee and Stirling.
Tickets good for return to Sep
tember 15th. Ask any O. S. L.
Agent for rates and information
regarding train schedules
Last Friday the Champions
defeated the Elbertas of Brig
ham City on the B. 0. diamond
in a score of 4 to 9 in favor of
the Champions. The Elbertas
had the support of three import
ed men llauen and Taylor of
the Ogden league team and
Young of Willard. A Willard
man umpired the game for a
few innings but Kaiser was
chosen to give judgements and
satisfaction. The game was a
splendid demonstration of ball
tossing. Keller, Jensen and
Fowler was the battery for the
Champions and Lowe and Hau
BeB the battery for the Elbertas.
R. L. Bush, scorer.
C. N. Christensen came up
from Salt Lake Monday evening
to continue the work on the
Club House addition.
Oscar Harris was in Ogden
and Brigham on business Tues
day. Adolph Anderson spent the
24th with his famliy in tho state
capital and returned to this city
Mr. and Mrs. Parley Jensen
returned from a trip to Provo
Peter Jensen spent Sunday
and Monday in Mantua and
Miss. Lucy Owens returned
Tuesday from Wellsville where
she went to spend the 24th.
SACKS FOR SALE-We have
just received a carload of wheat,
oat and barley sacks which we
bought at a bargain and can
furnish you with good sacks
cheaper than you can buy them
anywhere in the state. Come
and see us before you buy.
Garland Milling Co., flarland,
Utah, R. fl. Michaelis, Mgr. tf
Vis O, 8. L for National Irrigation
Congress at Spokane, Wash. Aug. 9 to
14. Hronnd trip from Garland 980.80.
Tickets on sale Aug. 5th, 6th, and 7tb;
good for return to 8ept 8rd. See Agt.
for particulars. J24a7
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Scientists have found in a cave in
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Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds
Coupou Books Sold I Free Delivery to
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Going and Coming. II
Mr. find Mrs. Jos Wing re- H
turned Tuesday evening from
a visit to Lehi.
Miss Vont (alter is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. J. II. Wallis.
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Wednesday night at 10 o'clock H
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Green died in this city, of H
summer complaint. The re- H
mains were taken to Kays- H
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The parents have the sympathy H
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The Misses Katie and Vh H
ginia Gilbert of Mount Flea-
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returned heme Tuesday after a H
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