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HH The Garland Globe
D J A. WlXOM, Kilin.r run! Miirr
jHB Telephone No 52 j
jbH TKUMH OK Ht llSOIliniON:
jH One year (In iidviiiicc) .. .. ,9160
H Three in.. in hs
H ui n i -in.' ruti'H fun,; In. I on up
H KnUTwl an wconrl-rlnn matter Frhruary 17.
m 1909, at 11 .' i....i ofllre al Garlan.l. Utah, under
KM the Act of ( ,..!iri of March :t. 1879.
B Sulir.. Tllicrs aim full to rcnlve their
h inprrs rciruliirly , plmM notify thi office
!jB Saturday, Dee. 10, 1!)10.
NH The windows of our business
H houses, all decorated in lloli-
B day u( tire, certainly please the
H little tots these days. Judging
B fiom the big displays being
H tnady ly our merchants, we are
H satisfied that Santa 01am wont
H have to go outside of (larland
H for a tingle ift this season. He
fl could load up hit) sleighs five
H times from any of the business
B firm's windows and then have
B enough left over foi New Year's
M ptennti. Wo are confident
H Santa won't pass up a tingle
H child in this city Xinas, as he
H is pretty well fixed financially
H this year.
H The advertising merchant is
H the one who does the business
H in these days of push and en-
H terprise. There are more news-
H paper readers today than ever
m before in the history of the
B world. The newspaper places
H your business under the eyes
I of the buyer. He sees what he
wants, and, knowing where to
m find it, looks up the wide awake
H merchant who asked him to
I come and tee him. Success in
H these days of sharp competition
B calls for eternal vigilance. You
H can't keep a hustler down.
(The Fielding Primary Asso
ciation will present the enter
taining operetta "The Birthday
Party" or "A Meeting of Na-
v tions" at the Fielding opera
I house, Friday night, Dec. loth.
I Don't fail to attend. It
Biter Bros. DrugCo's display
of holiday goods and Xmas
presents is certainly desorving
of mention. They have out-
' done themselves this year, both
in their display and in their
selection of appropriate pre
sents. Their Advertisement on
page eight of this issue tells of
an unique way to get souk; of
Wants to Help Someone
For thirty yeats J. F. Boyer,
of Fertile, Mo., needed help
and couldn't find it. That's
why he wants to help some one
now. Suffering so long him
self he feels for all distress
from Backache, Nervousness,
Loss of Appetite, Lassitude
and Kidney disorders. lie
shows that Electric Bitters
work wonders for such troubles.
"Five bottles," he writes,
"wholly cured me aud now I
am well and hearty." It's also
positively guaranteed for Liver
Trouble, Dyspepsia, Blood Dis
orders, Female Complaints and
Malaria. Try them. 50c. at
Trade-Marks, Designs, Copy
Munn & Co.,
361 Broadway, New York.
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NOTICE OP SALE
Estate of Joseph M. Harris, de
ceased. The undersigned wil sell nt
private side, 1 harrow, 2 plows,
1 mower, 1 horse rake, inter
est in header, 1 side rake, 1
fanning mill, 1 disc gang plow,
1 disc harrow, 4 sets work har
nett, 1 single harness. 1 sur
Iveyor's transit, 1 refrigerator, 1
cook stove, dishes, .'? bedsteads
and bedding, 1 buggy, 1 pair of
spyglasses, 2 trunks, 1 farm
drill, 1 pair bob-sleighs, 1 hand
plow, 2.1 head of cattle, on or
after Monday. December 19,
1910, at 12 o'clock noon, nt
Blind Springs, Box Klder Co.,
Utah, and written bids will be
received at Carlsnd, IJtnh,
terms of sale cash, and subject
to confirmation by District
Conrt. OtOAB Hakkis,
Nels Jenton, Attorney for Ad
ministrator. Dated November M, HMO.
Banks on Sure Thing Now.
"I'll never be without Dr.
King's New Life Fills again,"
writes A. Shingeck, (547 Elm
St., Buffalo, N. Y. "They
cured me of chronic constipa
tion when all others failed."
Un equaled for Biliousness,
Jaundice, Indigestion, Head
ache, Chilli, Malaria aud De
bility. 25c at all druggists.
NOTICE OF SALE
Estate of Joseph M. Harris, de
ceased. The undersigned will sell at
private sale the S of the SW
X.theSWX of theSWX, the
SE4 of the SV of Sec. 4,
Tp. 12, N. U. 4, W., containing
All of Sec. 8, Tp. 12, N. K. 4,
W., containing 640 acres.
All of Sec. 9, Tp. 12. N. K.
4, W., containing 640 acres.
The NX of the Nk of Sec.
16.Tp.12, N, K. 4, VY., con
taining 160 acres.
The EX of the NW' of Sec.
20. Tp. 12, N. K. 4, W., con
taining HO acres.
The NW; of Sec. 10, Tp. 12,
N. K. 4, W., containing 100
cres, all in Box Elder County,
State of Utah, on and after
Friday, December 23, 1010, at
2 o'clock p. m., and written
bids will be received at the of
fice of Nel Jenson, Brigham
City, Utah. Terms of sale,
cash; ten per cent of the pur
chase price to be paid on day
of sale, and balance on confirm
ation of sale by District Court.
Nels Jenson, Attorney for Ad
ministrator. Dated November .'10, 1910.
J. Y. Jensen, Prest.
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
West I Garland,
Factory St. J Utah.
J. J. Shumway,
Last Sunday's services were
presided over by Biphop A. R.
Capener. Singing, "Judges
Who Rule the World." Prayer
by A. I. Orovcr. Singing ,
"Hail to the Brightness of
Zion's Clad Mornimr." Sncra
ment administered by Polders
George Benrie and A. H. Arch
ibald. Violet T. Wing was ac
eepted as a member of the
ward. Clifton Van fleet, Emery
J. Welling and Wallace Secrist
recommended to be ordained
deaconi and Henry S. Rose,
Edmund Whitaker and Niels
NieltOO accepted as ward teach
ers. Two babies were bleated.
The Religion class of Garland
ward was reorganized. Former
officer! were released and new
officers named as follows:
Laura George, superintendent;
Anna Wilcox, general secre
tary: Ethel Porter, recording
secretary; Aids, Jennie Wallis,
J. R. Kennard, Fannie Maugh-
an, riinily Khodes, Ava Sasser,
Ella Miller, Ethel Thomas and
Anna Wilcox. Lizzie Whitaker
and Laura W Kice were ac
cepted as officers of the Gar
land North class.
Felix D. Bairdand Bishop A.
R. Capener addressed the meet
ing on Religion class work, and
the following bore testimony:
D. E. Manning, I). B. Foulger,
H. S. Rice, Mrs. Elmer and
Thos. E. King. Singing, "I'll
Praise My Maker." Benedic
tion by Win. King. Attend
ance, 102. L. W. Preston,
At it meeting held Nov. fiih, 1910, by
the Htockholdora of iheUmlunil Mining
A: Milling Co., whose property u situ
ated about 2W miles cast of Plymouth,
Hox Klder County, Utah, it was decided
to sell 50,00(1 sh:ires of treasury stock at
2 cents per share for development work.
It is the Intention of the company to
sink a shaft on the vein 100 feet or more
to determine the size and value of the
oro bodies. There is three clslms in the
Incorporasion, kuowu as The Garland
Wonder No. 1; Uarland Wonder No. 2
and Garland Wonder No, 3 consisting
of about aixty acres in the incorpora
tion. Property is only about 4H miles
from the O. 8. L. K. U. The ore is lead
carbonito carrying about 20 per cent
lead, six ounces of silver and a trace of
gold. The formation is lime and quartz
site contact. Recently a mining man
inspected the property and stated that
he was surprised to find such surface
cropplngs in this part of the State. It
is the intention of the company to utart
development work on the shaft right
away and continue the work until
Spring. The company will have a solicit
ing ageut and If you feel like interesting
yourself to encouroge the miulng in
dustry in this part of the State, take
hold und help us along
Oakland Mining & Miu.inc. Co.
n-d17 Garland, Utah.
J. W. GOHEEN,
Light and Heavy
Repairing Promptly and
Jensen Sells His Home
Moroni Jensen sold his home
and property on Factory street
to J. Y. Jensen Tuesday of this
week. Mr. and Mrs. Maroni I
Jensen left Wednesday of this
week for Monroe, Sevier Co.,
where Mr. Jensen has accepted
a position as Agricultural Sup
erintendent for the new factory
in course of erection by the
Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. We are
sorry to see Mr. ami Mrs. Jen
sen go away from here, but
wish them every success in
their new locality. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Y. Jensen moved into
the house vacated by Mr. and
Mrs. Moroni .Jensen and will
make this city their permanent
November .'10th a fine daugh
ter was born to the wife of Ray
mond Maughan of Moscow,
Idaho. Everything lovely.
Shumway & Evans
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
John J. Shumway, Bell phone,
M. D. Evans, Bell phone, 6&-1
Black, or 17 Bank
SEE US BEFORE YOD DEAL.
GARLAND, - - UTAH
Leaves for Florida.
A. B. Manausa left Friday of
last week for Palm Beach, Flb
rida, where he will spend a
month or more. He went there
to investigate the land and op
portunities offered by the West
ern Land and Investment Co.,
and also in the interest of the
investors in this locality. Every
body is interested ii his trip
and on his return he will be
able to give some valuable in
formation concerning the great
Palm Beach land opening which
wil! interest the people of this
city and vicinity.
For Sale Kl-acre farm ad
joining City Park. Close in;
ten a-res in orchard. Apply to
Matthew McMurtrie, Garland,
The operetta "The Birthday
Party" at the Fielding Opera
House, Friday evening, Dec.
16th. Don't fail to be there. It
H. F. MILLER, Prop.
Manausa ) ( Garland,
Block.... ( Utah.
Shaving, Hair Cutting,
Shampooing, and Massaging.
I Sanitary rules strictly observ
Agents for Brigham Steam
I THE GARLAND CLUB
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors
I ferfcnd, Utah and Cigars............
I Billiard and Pool Room in Connection.
Don't Let Whiskey Get the Best of You, I
Get the Best of Whiskey at the Club.
C. J. CAMPBELL notary public hi
Great Land Opening - - - 49,000 Acres
PALM PEACH COUNTY, FLORIDA
$250.00 in Monthly Payments
of $10.00, buys a Home and In
dependance. A Town Lot Given Free with
Each Farm. 0;t2Jti
No Frost. No Snow. Three crops a year.
Annul Profits $1,000 an Acre.
"Five Acres EnOUgh" Investigate at Our Expense.
Western Land & Investment Co., Ogden, Utah.
0. J. Campbell, Local Agent Garland, Utah
To spend a few weeks
for a ew months
During the Fall and Winter Months in
IS A TREAT -
The "Salt Lake Route" is the Direct Line to the
Pacific Coast also Goldfield and Tonopah
3 DAILY TRAINS 3
Electric Lighted Observation Cars.
For Rates and Full Information See Your Local Agents or
J. H. Manderfield, A. G. P. A..
I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.