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title: 'The Garland globe. (Garland, Utah) 1906-191?, December 11, 1909, Image 5',
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ju- Thursday A. B. Manasa un-
derwent an operation at the
D Holy (Vosh hospital, Salt Lake
f Gltji for kidney complaint. He
is speedily recovering,
Card of Thanks.
We are deeply grateful for
the kind assistance rendered by
mx neighbors and friends in the
ia reeent illness and death of our
loving daughter, Nettie, audi
wish to thank all for the assist-!
I ance rendered and the expres
sions of sympathy manifested.
Mr. & Mrs. Geo. T. Rogers ft
Reduced rates for Christmas
and holidays via O. S. L. R. R.
Tickets on sale, Dec. 18th,L'hd,
24th, 25th, Hist and Jan. 1st.
Return limit Jan. .'Ird. dlljl
Proposals will be received at
the Office of the second Assist
ant Postmaster Generai, Post
Office Department, until 4:30
p. m, of January 4, 1910, for
carrying the mails of the United
States from July 1, 1910, to June
30, 1914, upon the star route
from Garland, Utah, to Htone
Information will he furnished
upon application to the Second
Assistant Prstmaster General,
Washington, D. C.
F. H. Hitchcock,
1 will sell at Public Auction
at my residence, four and one
half miles west of Tremonton,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m.
on Tuesday, Dec. 14th, 1909, the
following property to-wit:
Three Horses One, a chust
unt brown mare, weighing about
1400 pounds; one blue roan mare
weighing about loOO and one
gray yearling colt.
Two milch cows One broke
to milk and the other will be
W T fresh soon.
Four hogs weighing about
150 pound! each.
2 wagons, 1 buggy, 1 success
milky plow, 1 walking plow, 1
Milwaukie mower, 1 springtooth
hartOW, 1 self dump hay rake,
I orchard cultivator, 1, 14-disc
harrow, 1 good grindstone, 1 set
double harness, 1 set single
harness, 1 Majestic range, good
as new, 1 heating stove, 1 oil
stove, 1 extension table, 2 kit
chen cupboards, 1 chiffonier, 1
domestic sewing machine, 2
single beds with springs, 1
rocking chair, 1 dozen table
chairs, kitchen dishes, 1 wash
boiler, 1 washing machine, 8
barrels, 3 dozen chickens, 6
stands of bees.
Terms of Sale Ten dollars
and under, cash. On sums over
$10, eight months' time will be
given on notes with approved
security and interest at H per
cent from date of sale if paid
when due. If not paid when
due, 12 per cent will be charged.
Four per cent discourt for cash
on all sums over ten dollars.
A free lunch will be served on
W. P. Crozier,
Money to Loan
Will build or buy you a home
give you 9 years to pay for it.
$1 25 Tier month on each $100
bor pad will pay back any
loan 'i 9 years including in
terest. Can you afford to be without
I v Geo. W. Miller,
Agent for Jackson Loan &
Garland, Utah. Phone 162 Blk
The Game off Pig.
Any one who has not played
the game of Pig has yet to learn
what a really thiilling game is.
It can be played cither for
prizes or with forfeit and is either
way delightful. The cards used
are those of the euchre deck
which are dealt as for Old Maid.
Players sit around a general
table and cards are dealt face
down. Every oik' matches the.
cards dealt to him as quickly as!
he can, the object being to get i
out of cards as soon as possible.
As soon as any player finds
himself out of cards (which is
done by drawing and matching1
as in Old Maid) he says nothing
about it, but folds his hands
under the table. This is a signal
for all players to do the same
thing that is, to lay aside their
cards and observe silence. Hut
most players are too intent upon
the game to notice the silence
reigning in other parts of the
table. One by one they become
aware of this fact and quitely
lay down their cards. The last
to do so is the Pig, who must
either forfeit his chance for the
prize or pay forfeit according to
the arrangements made in ad
vance of the game. A number of
rounds are always played iu
order that a number of pigs
shall be made. Woman's Home
Companion for December.
Lot king One's Rrst
It's a woman's delight to look
her best but pimples, skin erup
tions, sores and boils rob life
of joy. Listen! Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cures them; makes the
skin soft and velvety. It
glorifies the face. Cures pimples,
Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Crack
ed Lips, Chapped Hands. Try
it. Infallible for Piles. 25c at
THE i in
P. S. Checketts, Prop.
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Sham
pooning and Massaging.
Next door to Oar. Harness Co.
Agents for Brigham Steam
Lit .YtKtLfij uitcATEdl btWINti MACHINE
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Ht'Wiuir 'ai'hliie write lo
THE NEW HOME 8EWING MACHINE COMPANY
Many -nuni; iii .! I.' in . me nvidc to scMregaruleu of
quality, bul the Kew 1IOIUO U made tu wear.
Our guaranty rever rum out.
Mold by Kiiiliiirini dealers oaly.
PUR SALS HV
E. E. Brenkmann,
pruiii.lly iibtalnrri In Ml o. until... ,,, no m,
TH.Df-MAMKt, Cavaatiaiiil I opyriuuia regie- H
Ural. Hand Hk.tili, Model or I'liut". for free
report on oaieulelullty. AIL BUklNtts
iTHlClir OOMFIDIHriAL. Patau! UlactloaH
e-luaiT.ly. Hurpeaelug reference
J Wideawake Invent. m lliuulil hare our hand-
twokuntiow to obtain anil Kelt pat.nli.WIiat to.
teulmiia will pay .Hi. w In get a partner,andiher
raluable Information. Kent free lo any aouraaa. Bel
Id. swift k co.
MSOI Seventh St.. W-thlagton, D. ZM
Merchant W. L. drover was
in the state capital on husiness
Monday and Tuesday.
Eph Coombs was summoned '
to Brigham Monday to serve as J
a juror in the district court. He
returned in the evening, but '
went down again Thursday.
Sood home tor side in Car-!
land. Kasy terms. Apply to J
Thos. Wise, Owens M cat
Market, Cnrlnnd. ,!Mf
Miss Olive Uuuderson, night
operator at the K. II. B. Tel.
Co's central office, has returned
from an extended visit with
relatives in Southwestern Idaho.
For ladies' furnishings hats,
coats, suits, waists, skirts,
hoisery ami underwear, it will
pay you to call at the Henrie
Millinery Co. opposite postofhee.
Everything new and up-to-date
Mrs. Grace Q. Koerner of
Ogden, who spent the for part
of this week here the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Koerner,
returned home Monday.
The peculiar properties of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
have been thoroughly tasted
during epidemics of influenza,
and when it was taken in time
we have not heard of a single
ease of pneumonia. Sold by
Mrs. Mantiua Jensen went to
Brigham last Saturday to attend
the Box Elder Stake quarterly
conference and Joseph Jensen
apd Felix Baird went down to
attend the meetings Sunday,
returning in the evening.
Many persons find themselves
affected with a persistent cough
after an attack of influenza. As
this cough can be promptly cur
ed by the use of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy) it should not be
allowed to run on until it be
! comes troublesome. Sold by
C. O. Anderson and daughter
Ollie returned from Brigham
Sunday evening where they
went to take part with the Aca
demy orchestra at the big Sat
urday night dance.
A sprained ankle will usually
disable the injured person for
three or four weeks. This is due
to lack of proper treatment.
When Chamberlain's Lhiiment
is applied a cure may be effect
ed in three or four days. This
liniment is one of the best and
j most remarkable preparations
I in use. Sold by All Dealers.
JOHN J. SIHMWAY.
JAMKS J. THOMPSON.
LIST Your PROPERTY With
Quick Sales, Favorable terms
on Real Estate Loans.
Notary work carefully attend
ed to. Fire Insurance.
Bell phones ;." blk, and
9-2 red, Garland, Utah.
J. Y. Jensen, President.
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing: a Specialty.
Pearl Annex. Garland, Utah.
DRAT AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red.
! OAKLAND. UTAH.
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains ffl
Men's $18.00 Suits $16.50 M
Men's $16.50 Suits $15.00
Men's $15.00 Suits $13.75
Have just received a shipment of Men's j I
and Boy's Overcoats. Prices from $4.50 II
We also have a complete line of Shoes
for men, women and children, Boy's fleeced- '
lined underwear at a big discount; also Boy's .
all wool pants regular $1.50 values for ifl
sWuAn elegant line of Neckwear from New York just in"- fl
The Foulger Company. n
We Keep the Quality Up- ii- I ,jl
Blanche Manning, the (5-year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Manning, was quite se
verely scalded about the neck
and arms last Monday morning.
Her mother was carrying a
bucket of hot suds from the
stove to the washer and Blanche
come running out of the bath
room and humped into the
bucket of suds, which went all
over her neck and arm. Med
ical aid was summoned and the
little fjiH is getting along nice
ly. Our assortment of niadellions
has never been so complete
ranging in juice from Ufa to
$15.00. Riter Bros. Drug Co. 2t
V would iir plcnvod to have our read
r. and the public generally, aend in
ill itrins of ih'ws a may come under
I in'ir olxervKtion, a,n-h a birtliH, dentin ,
'iHrrlxgca, goftiH and comings, etc.
'I any things transpire that we may over
look, hence we ask you to assist us in
his limit cr that we may be able to pub
'inh am. tho new.
Boyd and Francis
Fine Candies, Ice Cream,
Soda Water, etc.
Oranges, Bananas and
Fresh Fruit in Season.
The Qwens Hotel
E. K. HINGIIAM, Prop.
Garland, --- Utah.
DAtrMc Double 7.rc and Up.
rcooms sin?le r and Up
Cafe serves half orders which
makes it reasonable.
Free directions on
circular and inside
A Womans Friend.
I Mail Orders prompt- 1
ly filled. I
Layton Drug Co
! I Layton, Ut. I
Take in the (I rand Masquer- IH
ade Ball New Year's eve at the ill
Academy of Music, Brigham. 2t SH
F. E. King was in Brigham IH
on business Monday. IH
F. I). Welling went to Salt H
Lake yesterday. H
'.tnls are out announcing the H
marriage of Miss Eva Walker,
daughter of Frank J, Walker M
and Albert W. Burns, son of ffl
Mrs. Helen Burns, both of H
Raiding. The ceremony will ,H
be performed in the Logan H
temple Wednesday, Dec. 15. )H
The many friends of A. 8. fl
Rose will be pleased to learn
that he has sufficiently recover- '
ed from his recent collapse so H
as to be able to move from the H
home of his son-in-law, J. W. H
Haws of El wood, to the home H
of his son, Ursel Rose, of this 1H
Alone in Saw Mill at Midnight H
unmindful of dampness, drafts, H
storms or cold, W. J. Atkins H
worked i Night Watchman, at H
Banner Springs, Tenn, Such H
exposure gave him a severe cold H
that settled on his lungs. At H
last he had to give up work. He H
tried many remedies but all fail- H
ed till he used Dr. King's New H
Discovery. "After using one H
bottle" he writes, "I went back H
to work as well as ever." Se- H
vere Colds, stubborn Coughs, 9
inflamed throats and sore lungs, H
Hemorrhages, Croup and m
Whooping Cough get quick re- H
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