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Bp. A. R. Capener pesided.
J Singing "Prayer is the Soul's
Sincere Desire." Prayer by
F. D. Welling. Singing "Praise
to the Man." Sacrament ad
ministered by Elders Felix
Baird and Peter Boss. Prest.
Margret Manning and all the
officers of the Garland North
Primary Assn. T .re honorably
released with vote of thanks and
a new reorganization effected.
Annie Mnnns was chosen presi
dent with Flortense H. U rover
as her first and Fanny King as
her second counselor. Archie
Muims was recommended to be
ordained an Elder. The speak
ers were A. H. Gleason and
Burdett Smith. Staffing "Come,
Come Ye Saints." Benedic
tion by D. E. Manning.
Good home for sale in Gar-1
laud. Easy terms. Apply to
Thos. Wise, Owens Meat
Market, Garland. o9-tf
THE WORLDS bKEATEST SEWING MACHINE
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lfynn wamrlthrra VihrnllnnSliuitlc, Rotnry
rtliutllc or n Single Tlnciul Vhain Mitch
Hewing .M.i' hiir write to
THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY
Orange, Muss. .
Manv rearfni machinal ore made to sell regardless of
Qualtly, bul the Xw Homo Is made to wear.
Our Kuaranty rctci runs out
Mold by uiilliurizcil denier only.
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E. E. iuiiitHmann,
Do You Read the
Inside Pages off
We fear quite a number of
our subscribers fail to read im
portant pages of the Globe by
passing up the inside sheets.
These pages are well filled
with interesting matter such as
Utah State News, Telegrafic
News, Mines and Mining,
Northwestern Notes, Scientific
Miscellany, Wit and Wisdom,
besides good stories especially
the continued stories which are
written by splendid authors.
Get the habit of turning the
Globe inside out otherwise you
pass up some very interesting
N. L. Brown, rormerly of this
city, but now a resident of
Ogden, was here last Saturday
and Sunday taking in the sights
and greeting old friends.
Monday a change in the time
of the afternoon trains on the
Malad Valley branch went into
effect. The south-bound steam
boat leaves here at 2:5728
minutes earlier than heretofore
and the evening passenger
arrives 7:24 just 80 minutes
later than usual.
The Bed-Rock Of Success
lit-H in 11 keen clear bruin, banked by In
domitable will anil resistless cneriry.l
Such power comes from t lie splendid
health thnt Dr. Kind's New Life Pills
imparl. They vitalize every orirnn and
build tip bndl and body 1, A. Harmon.
Lizcmore, W . Va., writes: "Thev are
the host pills I ever used " 25c at All
promptly obtalnad In all conntrlea, or MO rea.
TRADa-MANKa, CftTcuta and Copyright, regit
trred. Send Sketch, Nuclei or Klioto, t..r free
report on patentability, all auainaaa
TtUCTLV OONFIOtNTiaL. lat.-nt praeUoa
exelnetvelr. Borpatalng referaner. i
Wulemw.fce Inventor, alioulil luirmnn li.ud
book on How tootiUiiiand Sell patent., What In
en lion, win aarJiowtoavta partner .and other
Taluable Information. Sent tree to any actdraaa.
D. SWIFT & CO.
501 Seventh St., Washington, P. C.
Here and There.
Barber H. F. Miller was in
Ogden on business Tuesday.
Born Friday evening, Oct
ober 8th, to the wife of Win.
Prichard, a fine daughter.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has be
come fnmotis for its cures of coughs,
colds, croup and influenza. Try it when
in need. It contains no harmful sub
stance and always gives prompt relief
Sold by All Dealers.
Lady 0 ha m pi on Guenon
registered Jersey Bull, owned
by Li Hi Kennard, Jr. Season
W. J. Fife purchased the Leo
Jensen home and property on
Cutler street a few days ago and
will move his family into it the
fore part of next week.
lioarsctiBss in a child subject to croup
is a sure indicatian of the approach of
he disease. If Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is gfVM at once or even after
the crottpy tough has appeared, it will
prevent the attack, vjontains no poison.
lloM by Ml Dealers.
J. T. Lant, field superiuten-1
dent of the Utah-Idaho Sugar
Co., was in Malad on business
for the company Tuesday.
Miss Lizzie Thompson of
Clarkston, has accepted a posi
tion at Jensen Bros. Furniture
Co. as lady clerk.
It h in lime of sodded mishap or acci
dent tlmi Chamberlain's Liniment can
be tel'ed iipmi lo take the place of I he
family doctor who ennnot always be
fount) al the moment. Then it is that
t bamlri rluitiVs Liniment is wvur found
wanting In cases of sprains, cuts,
wounds and bruises Chamberlain's Lin
iment lakes out, th I soreness and drives
away the pain. ."Sold by All Dealers
The many friends of Mrs.
Mantina Jensen will be pleased
to learn that she is favorable
recovering from her recent
attack of illness.
The pleasant purgative effect experi
enced by all who use Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, and lite
healthy condition of the body and mind
which they create, makes one feel joy
ful Sold by All Dealers.
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D I RECTORY. M
President of the U. S. William H. Taft HH
Vice-President " James H . Sherman H
Utah Senators i Eeedob01 H
Geo Sutherland H
Utah Representative Joseph Howell flH
Governor of Utah William Spry 9H
Box Elder County Senator (J. Horsley 1
Box Elder County Representative W.S.Hansen
Judge, istjud. District W. W. Manghan j
District Attorney B. C. Call H
( A. W. Valentine vaH
County Commissioners . I ). ;. Adams LH
( M. J. Richards fl
County Clerk Alvin Ipsen 1H
County Sheriff Joseph Josephson H
County Recorder Isabel Dahon
County Attorney NelsJenson M
County Assessor Elias Jensen H
County Treasurer (j. G. Adney H
County Surveyor James N. Holdaway
Prest. of Board of Education P. M. Hansen 'H
Clerk of Board of Education II. VV. Valentine -1
Town Board of Garland
President J. C. Wheelon M
Trustees J J H Edwards M
) Levi J. Somsen H
O. L. Winters H
WW H C. Cutler H
Treasurer H B. Foulger M
Marshal Albert Hales M
Justice of the Peace Burdett Smith M
Constable T. L. Snook H
City Attorney J. d. Call H
Postmaster Eva C. Wilcox H
Thumb Mark Replace Monogram.
According to a Philadelphia station
r the thumb mark Is taking the place.
of the monogram on notepaper. "The
thumb mark," says this authority, "la
engraved In gold or silver, and has
all the value of a Uertlllon mark of
identification. Some people prefer to
have the thumb mark printed in iv(S
or blue, but the metal colors are gen
rally apprised. It has several ad
vantages besides its novelty, familiar
izlng one's friends with a personal
sign manual which cannot easily be
duplicated. Many of the thumb marks
are also surprisingly picturesque, and
it Is not difficult for the writer to an
nex a fresh thumb mark In Ink, and
this can be compared with the en
graved mark when one wants to e
tablish the Identity of special writings."
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i-H3J&i What Is Charcoal Iron? saau "3fpM
-S ' ' UlyVSSSflSl Charcoal iron is what iron workers call the "pure iron of olden days." B ffa lit MgeyrMMll
jjfl afWamf tk 's ,,lll'e Irom imported Swedish Iron Bloom, m lted and refined in the old ?,v rS???jBBfcr?TWfl
tti BaXafiifll SLVfl fashioned knobbling lirct in which charcoal is used exclusively us fuel. Charcoal al WfU
JjKfOSfM S '"SSI '"'" "ever msts and there's practically no "wear out" to it. The exclusive use "Pw'a&i'aawa".
HssS"'" ! these two kinds of iron in the construction of Majestic Ranges i-., in itself, ,"'3B
sufficient reason why you should buy no other range on earth. It means long
service the MAJESTIC lasts three times as long as ail ordinary range. But don't cost three times as much.
The Only Range in the World Made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron
What is Malleable Iron? It is an exceedingly close grained and tough iron that can be hammered until it is all out of shape; but it is simply im- ,
possible to crack or break it. The frame work, top, doors, etc., of tbc Majestic Range are made of Malleable Iron. That is what mukes the Majeatic
practically indestructible and eliminates all expense for repairs.
The use of Malleable Iron permits of an absolutely air-tight riveting together of the joints. This explains why in a Majestic Range it is impossible
, for heat to escape or for cold to enter; why it uses such a small amount of fuel und why it is a perfect baker day iu and day out. But there are
other important reasons why you should give the Majestic the preference. Here are a few of them.
The Majestic has a 15 gallon, all-copper,. movable reservoir that heats water while breakfast is cooking for those not having pressure water connections. '
The. oven is riveted air-tight which insures perfect baking. Bread, in a Majestic oven, browns evenly nil over without turning. j
The Majestic is lined throughout with pure asbestos board held in place with an iron grate another big help in the saving of fuel.
The upper closet shelves have drop doors that form a perfect shelf when let j.
Wit's the only kind of closet that can be thoroughly cleaned, f-rjgMjyJ WHI.
here ore no springs in the oven door; the dr drops down and forms a FSTHEXSri Pouch
lelf that will bear any weight. The oven rack slides out automatically, Wm fjvja I'tBJ Feed and
he Majestic has an open end ash pan that acts as a shovel when placing back 9hafv' f&pW'jF Hand
ion you don't have to shovel surplus ashes out of the pit. There is a small a-h BRJFjr3B Fltuh
ler the ash pan which catches ashes that might otherwise fall to the floor. l&'V'iflMft'r'W d$att Retervoir
The above are features which are exclusive with the Great Majestic. 'Kt&fr-'fQ j-9X
No other range on i.uih begins to compare with it either in duruhiliu oi T5PaW4r T-"-
practical serviceability. It is the best range you can buy no matter what jg '' jSjgaMJ
Twenty years making the Majestic Range and the first still in use. B ctffl Wjftitlk!M. ?il-?gJ
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BEGINNING MONDAY, NOVEMBER 1st. and continuing through the week, we will have our
Big Cooking Exhibition!
of the GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE
With each range sold we give away FREE one set of cooking utensils valued at $5.00.
E. L. Murvin, a proaperouH H
farmer of Holbrook, Idaho, was
in town on business the fore
part of this week.
Herbert B. Foulger, who went H
to Ogden last week to rest up,
was taken to the Ogden General
Hospital Monday to undergo a
treatment of fasting with the M
hopes of overcoming the H
stomach trouble he is afflicted M
with. Mrs Foulger went to I
Ogden last Saturday to assist M
in caring for him. M
E. W. Dunn, wife and child- H
ren and Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. M
Knudson and children came M
over from Brigham Sunday in M
Mr. Dunn's E. M. F. Htude- H
baker touring car. Tlicy spent M
a few hours at the Garland M
Sugar factory and visited with M
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Preston H
and family, returning in the M
Your eiiiiL'h annoys you. Keeps on
backing BUd tenting the delicate llHiu- H
brinies of your throat If you want to bo H
mm o rcl But if you want relief, H
want lo be cureil, tuke Chauibei lain' H
Cough Ifemedy. Sold by All Dealers.
A Qolf Storv Established. H
The fanilliur story of the golfer and
the friendly crow, which picks a ball M
jut of a bunker and tees It carefully M
on the bank or lays It on the green, M
has never been 'thoroughly established
1111 now. St. Andrews confuses skep- M
tics who have classed this anecdote M
with fishing stories. M
Recently W M. Gtelg, while play. M
ing on the twelfth hole, saw his tea M
shot pounced upon by a lurge hooded
low which sonred into the air with H
the ball. Unnble, however, to sua- M
a.ii lie weight for long, the bird M
ropped with i lie bull on the green
(iwnrii wiilch Mr. Qrelg was playing, H
nid left it there. This enabled Mr,
Ireig to win the bole. Qlasgoir H
McCALL PATTERNS H
Calabratad tor itylc, perfect fit. ilmpllcity tat H
relubihty nearly 40 yenr-,. BoW In m nrly H
every city und town in the United Btatel mil H
Cm. Mil. 01 i'v m I direct. Mom told tii.m H
.my oilier nuke. Send lor free i il.i.";;iic. H
Met AI.I.-S MAGAZINE H
Moil- Mibacrlberi than ny other fathioa H
BagMJitf i)ii''i month. Invaluable. I -at- Hj
est itylea. pattern "'"ilrisMiihliinffVTmTliiiiTy; -
iUui M(iii:,ini v neodlewore, halrdraaeing,
etiquette, sood llorlee, etc. Only .'o cents a
vi-.n (unrtn double), inclndinfr a free pattern. H
Bubacrlbe today, 01 tend (or laroplu cope.
WONDEHFUI. INDUCEMENTS H
'o Ajrni-. Postal lrint,'' premium catalogue H
and new caeh priae oflera, AJilrcs H
THE McCAU CO.. 238 to Ml M. S7lb SI., MEW YOB H