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The Garland Globe.
Saturday, July .10, 1910.
H ". E. Wilson I'unio bask from
H b visit to Ogden Tuesday night.
H II, l. Evans returned Tim's-
K lay from a visit with hil family
H in Provo.
H Mrs. J, T. Lant and J. F.
H pwons were Bingham visitors
H Adolph Anderson returned
H Tuesday evening from a visit
H with hil family in SaJt Lake.
H Get (he beby'i piottire taken.
H Where? At lienlove'i tent near
H Harlaixl Mere. Oo. All work
H guaranteed, it
fl Mr. and Mrs. Win. Preston,
who spent the '-'4th in Weston,
Idaho, returned home Wednes-
H day morning.
H Miss Laura Hon1 of George-
m town, Idaho, is visiting in town
H the guest of her sister, Miss.
H Harriett floff.
H Mrs Jos E Gorbett and drugh
M ters Josie and Louies, of Ban-j
a OTdft, Idaho, were visiting in
B town this week.
H Menlove, the photographer of
M Provo is here for a few weeks,
H located on Main St., just south
of the Garland Mere. Co. 11
H Mr. and Mrs. Win. Linton i
WM were made happy Wednesday I
1 of this week by the safe arrival J
B of a fine big boy. All O. K.
H J. T. Lant eame baek Thurs-)
M day from a trip to the new j
H sugar factory at Riehfield. He
M also visited relatives in Pnyson. !
M Wanda May, daughter of Mr. .
m and Mrs. J. H. Rhodes, who has
a been quite sick for the past two
M weeks, is favorably recovering.
1 Lost In Garland Monday,
H July 24th, 4-year old baby's j
B white bear-skin ooat. Finder
a llease return to Globe office.
B Miss Ethel Longstroth, sister
H of Mrs. Fred Manning and a
B trained nurse of the Budge hos-
B pital of Logan, is visiting rela-
M lives in Garland.
H Mr. and Mrs. La Fel Robin-
M son of American Fork, are
M visiting relatives in town the
B guests of Mrs. Robinson's par-
H ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Leish-
H The wife of Fred Manning, j
H the famous dry farmer of Bine
M (Jreek, presented him with a
H Hue sou early last Saturday
B morning. All concerned doing
B Hon. Earl Hales and Rev.
H George Bowcutt were incom-
H ing passengers on Tuesday
H -light's train. These gentlemen
H were transacting important
H business in Ogden and Salt
H Lake Monday.
H A photographer came to town
H Thursday and put up a photo
H tent on the Preston lot just
H south of the Garland Mere.
H Oo. His frame of pictures dis-
H plays some good work and no
K doubt he will have a good run
H Samples of "Opportunity,"
"The Mothers' Magazine" and
H "The Boy's Magazine" can be.
H seen at this office. Read page
H five and get these three popular
H magazines for a song Globe
A Frightful Wreck
H of train, automobile or buggy
H may cause -nts, bruises, abra-
H sions, sprains or wounds th.it
H demand Bueklen's Arnica Salve
H earth's greatest healer. Quiek
H relief and prompt ure results.
H For bnrnfi boils, sores oi all
H kinds, eesema, ebapped bauds
H and lips, sore eyes or corns, its
H supreme. Surest pile .-ure. W
H -it AH Druggists,
P. A. Nordquist returned yes
terday from a trip to Ogden.
The Misses Eva and Blanche
Benson of Logan are visiting
Mrs. Geo. Gleason.
Mrs. Lorends Parker of Faun
ingtonis the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Hose Vanfleet.
MYs. R. E. Baxter returned
the fore part of this week from
a visit with relatives in Alpine.
Dp, P. Hansen of Paradise
was here a few days this week,
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. IVter
John Baird of Brighani City
was hereon business Thursday .
He was much pleased with the
growth the town had made since
his last visit.
Agent F. F. Grose of the (Jar
land depot, accompanied by
Mrs. GrOSS, retnrned Wednes
day from a visit to Burnswiek,
St. Louis, Missouri, Chicago,
111., anl other eastern cities.
They report having had a very
Dr. Mc I n tyre, the eye speci
alist, is in town and will be at
Dr. J. If. Francke's office for
the next few days. Call. It
Editor J. A. Wixom of Gar
laud celebrated the 24th in
this city, rooting for the Gar
Base Ball team. J. Arthur was
making wagers that run up as
high as $150,000, including the
Sugar Factory. Box Elder
In reporting the transfer of
the Curlew reservoir in our last
issue, we gave the wrong name
to the company that purchased
it. The article read the Paci
fic Land & Water Co. It should
have read t h e Utah-Idaho
Land ft Water Co.
Dr. Ashton, veternary sur
geon of Ogden, is located at the
Hudson Livery barn and will be
here for a few days. See him.
The 11th day of each month
has been set apart as collection
day for the New Practical Kef
erenoe Library. Those who arc
paying on the installment plan,
will please be prepared to meet'
their monthly payments on said
date. Subscribers can either
bring or send said payments to
the Globe office or notify J. A. !
Wixom, collector, who will call j
at your home. Mrs. Alice P.
Card off Thanks.
We extend our heartfelt
thanks to all those who render
ed assistance ami for the ex- j
pressious of sympathy mani
fested, in the illness, death and
burial of our beloved little one.
Mr. & Mrs. E. W. Howell.
Annual Canada Excursion
Via Oregon Short Line. Spe
cial low round trip rates to Ray
mond, Cardston, Mag-rath and
other points. Parties desiring
reservations should communi
cate early with O. S. L. agents.
Kates will be announced later,
or can bo had from agents.
All members of the Board
were present at the regular meet
ing held Monday, July 28th.
Christian Soreusen appeared
relative to road through Sec lfi
T 13 R 3 W. Referred to Board
A communication was receiv
ed from Frank Laub stating that
he will sell land for right of way
through his farm in Garland for
A Communication was receiv
ed from the Box Elder Journal,
.protesting against the action of
the Commissioners, in awarding
the County Printing and Pub
lishing to the Box Elder News,
and asked for a reconsideration
on the comparison of prices.
Carried that the bids remain as
awarded, it appearing to the
Board that the News has such
I greater circulation.
II. H. Harris made applica
tion to audit the accounts of the
county. Not yet ready for that
Hyrnm Jensen of Collinston,
submitted a dirgrum showing
ohangee desired in the road
heretofore referred to Com'rsl
'Adams and Richards. Carried
that the rond remain as sug
geetfed by the Com'rs who made
A request was received from
the Utah State Conservation
Commission, for the map here
tofore asked for. Referred to
The Board was asked by the
National Irrigation Congress to
appoint five delegates to said
Au opinion was received from
County Attorney Nels Jenson,
relative to letters of Promontory
-Curlew Lain! Co. Accepted.
A request was made by the
National Conservation Commis
sion to be held in St Paul, Sept.
-, for the Board to appoint 2
delegates. Chairman authoriz
ed to make appointments.
Road com'r Pierce asked per
mission to take W. H. Zenor
with him as clerk in collecting
poll tax at Lucin. Granted.
State Road Commissioner J.
W. Jensen appeared and asked
the Board to levy a special tax
on the property between Bing
ham and Hot Springs for the
purpose of building a state
Joseph A. West appeared end
asked the Board to locate the
grade for the Electric Railroad.
north of Willard. Also asked
permission to take gravel from
the county road over the hill
north of Willard. Denied.
Christens Stafford and Annie
Jensen were appointed assist
ants in in Clerks office.
Wm. Adams and W. E. Moss
asked for sewer tile to drain
road in East Garland and they
will do work. Deferred.
M. B. Hart asked board to
come and look over roads along
The Box Elder news was re
quested to furnish a bond in the
j sum of $500.
A resolution was passed, levy
ing a general tax off 5 mills. A
number of elaims were alloweJ
and the Board adjourned.
. Real Estate
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1 We sell most everything 1
j and desire to please the !
residents of the Bear River
I Valley. 1 J
We also have some choice town lots for j
sale, ranging in price from $200.00 to :"
; $300.00. 'i
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