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The regular monthly fast day
I services were held at the hall
last Sunday. Bp. A. R. Cape
nor presided. Singing "Glory
to God On High." Prayer by
Ludvig Larson. Singing "How
Firm a Foundation." Sacra
ment administered by Elders
Felix I). Baird and Charles
Wood. The following were ae
e.epted M members of the ward:
i 4 Emily Jane Jardine, Margret
Harned, Emma Coombs and
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Elmer
Howell and son Elmer. Miss
Melba Coombs was confirmed a
member of the chnreh and one
baby was blessed. The speak
ers were Bp. A. R, Capener,
Ludvig Larson, Mrs. Lillywhite,
T. E. Secrist, Felix I). Baird,
Lucy A. Clark and Eva C. Wil
cox. Singing "For the Strength
of the Hills We Bless Thee."
Benediction by Lewis Lilly
white. Memorial services w ere held
at the Garland hall Sunday,
Dec. 27th. The songs were
selections appropriate to the
occasion and the following
speakers devoted their remarks
to the life of Joseph Smith:
Elder Robert Wallace, J. C.
Wixom, W. H. Clayton, Joseph
Jensen and Bishop A. R. Cape-ner.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is not a common, every-day
cough mixture. It is a merit
orious 1 emedy for all the trouble
some and dangerous complica
tions resulting from cold in the
head, throat, chest or lungs.
Sold by All Dealers.
NOTICE FOR BIDS.
Sealed bids will be received
at the office of the Garland
Mercantile Co., Garland, Utah,
up to Wednesday, Jan. 19, 1910,
for leasing of 95 acres or more
of alfalfa land for the term of :
I ' two years.
Bids may he made for cash
rent or by the share or both.
The Hoard of Directors re
serves the right to reject any or
all bids. . JH-15
Secy. & Mgr.
Light Carried Far.
f'apt. Mlrhael PowerH of the fishing
schooner Benjamin F. Phillips, which
cunie into I wharf Monday from
the Mttth channel fishing grounds,
stated that on last Tuesday during
very clear weather, with an easterly
wind prevailing, he discerned High
land light Mashing by means of the
mirage, although that beacon was 72
miles from where the vessel was then
Ashing. Hositon Post.
Uncle Eben on Santa Claus.
"De boy dat stops bellevin' In Santy
OlMt," aald Uncle Eben, "is 'bout de
.same as grow'd up folks dat don' want
nuffin' but cold facta. De pride dey
takes in bein' wise falls to compensate
'em foh de fun day's missln'." Wash
Effect of Self Satisfaction.
Nell That was a frightfuly long
sermon the minister preached this
Dclle Why, I didn't notice it was
Nell Of course not; you had on a
"Everybody keeps tellin' us," com-
, plained Tommy Tucker, "to buy our
K' Christmas presents early. Why don't
A somebody start the fashion of eatln'
tne Christmas dinners early?" Chi-
Kiln I'm going to hang up my
stockings on Christmas.
Stella What for?
'My special request of papa and
mamma. You know they bellave in
V Santa Claus." Life.
Sou Papa, doesn't Santa Claus have
Father No, indeed, my son.
Son -Why not?
Patnar- Because ke couldn't get ua
4i it Si Louts Fost-DUpatch.
All persons having any inter
est or claiming liens on the
within described locations, will
take notice that I, Alexander
Caldwell, have taken possess
ion of these claims and am
about to assert my rights for
non-payment of assessments as
a lien according to law.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
The "Georgia" Lode or Vein
Mining Claims, more particu
larly described as follows: Com
mencing at a point f0 feet south
from the Discovery Monument,
and at the south center end
stake on said lode vein, (which
is on the north line of the An
nex (Maim) running thence
north 88 degrees 43 minutes
East (Along the north line of
said Annex Claim) 300 feet to
the south East Corner Stake
Monument No. 1 (which corner
is identical with the north East
corner of said Annex Claim No.
2 and the west line of t h e
Gretchen Mining Claim) thence
North 1 degree 17. minutes West
1500 feet along the west side
line of said Gretchen Claim and
the west end line of the Rip
'Van Winkle Claim, to the noi'th
East Corner Monument No. 2,
thence south 88 degrees 43 min
utes West, 300 feet to .the North
end center stakes on said lode,
thence South 88 degrees 43 min
utes west 300 feet to the North
West Corner Monument No 3
(this corner is identical with the
North East Corner of the Nevada
Claim) thence south 1 degree 17
minutes East 1500 ft to the South
West corner Monument No 4,
this corner is identical with the
South East corner of the Nevada
Mining Claim, thence north 88
degrees 43 minutes east 300 ft to
the place of beginning, the south
end of this claim joins the Annex
Claim and the east line joins the
Gretchen and the Rip Van
Winkle Claims, being the same
lode claim located January I,
1900, by Wm F. Brown and H.
Brady and recorded January 21,
1906, in Book .1 page 193 Mining
Records of the County Recorder
of Box Elder County.
The "Nevada" Lode or Vein
Mining Claim, more particular
ly described as follows: Com
mencing at a point 50 feet south
of the Discovery Monument and
at the south center end post
monument on south lode vein,
running thence North 88 degrees
43 minutes East along the north
line of the Annex Mining Claim
300 feet to the south East cor
ner post monument No. 1, (this
corner is identical with the
South West corner of the Geor
gia Mining Claim) thence north
1 degree 17 minutes west 1500
feet along the west line of the
Georgia Mining Claim to the
North East Corner post monu
ment No 2 (this corner is iden
tical with the North West cor
ner of the Georgia Mining
Claims) thence south 88 degrees
43 minutes west 300 feet to the
north end center monument on
said lode vein, thence south 88
degrees 43 minutes west 300 feet
to the North West corner Mouu
ment No. 3, (this corner is iden
tical with tho North East corner
of the Nevada Fraction Mining
Claim) thence south 1 degree 17
minutes East 1500 feet to the
South West Corner Monument
No. 4 (this corner is identical
with the South East corner of
the Nevada Fraction claim)
thence North 88 degrees 43 min
utes 300 feet to the beginning.
The East line of this claim joins
the Georgia Claim, the west line
joins the Nevada Fraction.
This lode claim is the same lode
claim located on January 1, 1905,
by Win. F. Brown and C. II.
Brday and recorded .January
21st, 1005,in book "J" Page 193,
Mining Records of the County
Recorder of Box Elder County,
State of Utah.
Date of first publication .Ian.
8, 1910, j8-ai)
Miss Ida Coombs of Provo
and Mrs. Gladys Shores and
daughter Cecil of Salt Lake,
sisters of Eph Coombs, return
ed home Sunday after spending
a few days in Garland.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is a very valuable medicine for
throat and lung troubles, quick
ly relieves and cures painful
breathing and a dangerously
sounding cough which indicates
congested lungs. Sold by All
Would Improve Training School.
On August 4 the revenue cutter ser
vice of the United States was 119
years old, and the Baltimore Sun, re
ferring to this anniversary of the
"navy of the treasury," makes a plea
for a more adequate training school
at the station utilized for that pur
pose, Arundel Cove, Md.
The Man In Need.
The director of a matrimonial
agency says the young girls ask only:
"Who Is he?"
The young widows: "tVhat Is his
The old widows: "Where is he?"
It is believed by many thai our cua
torn of giving gifts at Christmas
comes from an old custom of priests
putting on board of all outgoing ships !
a box of almR. This box was opened
at Christmas time, and masses said
for the giving of alms, and it was
called a "Christ Mass" box. From
this lias come our "ustom of giving
boxt s and glftn
The Man in the Moon.
Russian folk-lore tells that the man
In the moon was one who was seeking
the Isle In which there Is no death.
At last, after traveling far; he found
the longed-for haven anl took up his
ilxide In the moon. After a hundred
ears had passed, death called for him
Q Christmas eve and a fierce strug-
ensued with the moon, who was
rtoftoua, and so the man stayed
where he was.
The busiest and mightiest
little thing that over was made
is Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They do the
work whenever you require their
aid. These tablets change weak
ness into strength, listlessness
into energy, gloominess into
joyousness. Their action is so
gentle one don't realize they
have taken a purgative. Sold
by All Dealers.
V would be pleased to have our read
rrs, and the public generally, send In
iiiich Items of news as may come under
llicir observation, 8. ich as births, deaths,
marriages, goings and comings, etc.
Many things transpire that we may over
look, hence we ask you to assist us In
this matter that we may be able to pub
lish all the news.
In one of the schools of nrooklyn
they have a "Junior Municipality,"
with a mayor and other officials. The
girls are In the majority, so they have
elected one of themselves mayor. The
officers appoint monitors, boys on the
boys' side and girls on the girls' side,
and these see that there is no fighting
or other disturbance. Then on holi
days girls visit the home and give
the others lessons in taking care of
the baby and hygiene generally which
they have learned from the teachers.
Stomach Trouble Cured.
If you have any trouble with
your stomach you should take
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Mr. J. P. Klote
of Edina, Mo., says: "I have
used a great many different
medicines for stomach trouble,
but find Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets more ben
eficial than any other remedy I
ever used." For sale by All
Mrs. W. .). Groesbeek and
two of her children returned last
week from a pleasant visit with
relatives in Sjmngville.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorin Preston
returned Saturday from a plea
sant visit in Weston, Idaho, and
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Preston who
spent New Year's day in that
place, returned Monday.
Mrs. Eph Coombs entertained
at Christmas dinner a few
frieuds and acquaintances. The
house was decorated in Yule
attire. Those present were
Messrs and Mesdames Eph
Coombs, Fred Manning, John
Garrett, J. A. Mortensen, David
Murie, B. H. Phelps and Mrs.
A. B. Manasa.
A. B. Manasa returned home
from the Holy Cross hospital
Wednesday of last woek look
ing hale and hearty as usual.
Mr. Dolan appeared before
Justice Burdett Smith Monday
and plead quilty to breaking
quarantine. A fine was impos
ed which he paid and was dis
charged. Babies were born to the fol
lowing on the dates named be
low: December 25th, a fine son
to Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Nohr;
December 27th a bouncing boy
to Mr. and Mrs. Will Grover
and on December 29th the stork
left a son at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Harris of Both
Have you a weak throat! If j M
so, you cannot be too careful.
You ennnot begin treatment too ?!
early. Each cold makes you j I
more liable to another and the I
last is always harder to cure. I I
If you will take Chamberlain's , I
Cough Remedy at the outset j r
you will be saved much trouble. ! I
Sold by All Dealers. I
Mr. aud Mrs. 8. P. Snow,
parents of Mrs. C. W. Richards, WL
Jr., returned Monday to their V
home in Orangeville, Emery '
County, after a very pleasant fl
sojourn in this city. H
Alfred Granger, barber, who H
has been employed in the H. F. H
Miller barber shop, has opened H
up a shop of his own in the Kent H
Hotel building, Tremonton. H
Success old boy. M
R. M. Lishman spent Mon- M
day in Ogden. He went down M
to visit his wife who is at the M
hospital. She is speedily re- M
covering and will return home M
The Utah-Idaho Sugar Co, H
Eph Coombs, Thomas & Bing- M
ham, N. A. Peterson, Riter M
Bros. Drug Co. and others laid 'M
in a good supply of ice during M
the cold snap for the coming JM
summer. Thomas & Bingham M
built a new ice house on their H
Main street property. It looks jH
as though a "scarcety of ice" H
won't be the cry in Garland iH
next summer. H
I The Tremont jTwhoicsuieand Retail! ' I
H Dealers iH
Liquor House winks, liquors E !
n a m a a r II aud CIGARS.
G. A. Woodward, Prop. SI
SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES. H
1 barrel of bottled Beer $10.50 On return of bottles ijtt.00 rebute JH
1 case of Beer $.'1.50 On return of case $1.00 rebute JH
And Everything Else in Proportion. j
This includes Becker's Best and Fisher's Salt Lake Beer. iH
We also handle PABST and BLUE RIBBON Beer. !
PLEASE CALL AND SEE US (
SPECIAL TO THE H
3y LADIES! I
ffe ar See our excellent lino of Henderson (Fash- H
j IraEfijjijttm ion Form) Coisets. il
wtmfflF-' ew Lino Just In. H
nKflr Special reductions on Ladies' night gowns,
Mllfll M'k ,'n'ss,'s a'"' underwear. ' H
Jj IlaM HAT SALE STILL ON. I
ililmfin '""' '''"' "' children's hats, caps, coats, H
IJnmjuL '',,'- sohig n from 10 to 25 off. H
ft TOT With every $1 .00 cash purchase we give H
HENDERSON away a handsome piece of chinaware. A H
fashion Form . . ZZ vk 1
Corsets better piece for $2.00 In cash trade.
Henrie Millinery Co., Suce I
Special Sale! I
On all classes and styles of I
Ladies9 Suits, Coats and Scarfs I
In fact all kinds of Winter Goods. I
Ii we don't Save Our Customers 20 per cent iH
in this line of Goods we will Forfeit our reputa- H
tion of being the best Bargain House in the 1m
Remember our Bargains for the next 30 V
D. S. LOHR, I
Tremonton, Utah. m