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I, THE GARLAND GLOBE H Hi . ... . . . -j H l The Garland I Giobe INDEPHNDENT. H J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr. I Telephone No 22k Hi (Fomwrly Wyatl'a nuUhr Shop ) H Entered awmd-claaa mailer February 17. H 1906, at tho pott utflM at Garland, Utah, under H tho Act of Comjrt of March 3. 1879. H Saturday, April 21, 1906 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. H AV A Itny made n trip to lilnlio llic H fore part of the neck H Miss Hose Carter of 'Fremont was a Hj' Gnrlaud visitor Sunday. H' W. K. Morrison of llrlgham Is k H- Garland visitor this week. H Tho roof is on thu new mill nnd the H miller's house Is plastered. H Dr A W Ensign of Hriglmm was sight- H Feeing in Garland Monday. H Clarence Hajs is having nn nddition HJ made to his house this week. H John Holland of Trcmont was transac- H ting business in Garland Tuesday. I A. F. Farr, Ual Fnrr and J. II. Wilson H of Logan spont Arbor Day In tills city. H Fon Sams Ciikai' Set of parlor furnl. H ture and folding bed. Inquire ut Hay'n HJ store. tf H W P Eaton and Mr and Mrs M A H Bootho were visitors to llrlgham Satur- H Any. H Fon Sale Plants: cabbage, tomato H and cjuilltlowcr. Apply to Matthew H McMurtriu. tf H Fmt Sale 10 or 80 acres of farm lund H H mile south of Garland depot, Enquire H atlhlsofilce. tf H The canal bridge juH west of this city HJ has some dangerous holes in it that HJ ought to be repaired. Hj C. Burton, Jr., solicitor for the It M Ii H Tel. Co. was in Garland Wednesday in Hj ' the Interests of the ciiinp.my. Hj 1 Nicholl Nelson, the painter, has added HJ a coat of paint Ui Uiu A .1 Fife residence HJ that improves its appcaratu e. HJ Mark llanmin, an employee of The HJ Garland Globe, was n llrlgham visitor HJ the fore part of tho neck HI. Mrs Jo. Kirkham wlio has been 011 an Hj extcuded Wslt to Salt Lake and vicinity, Hj returned the fore part of List week. H The Utah Sugar Co. and beet raisers HJ of the valley nro making gxd use of this HJ excellent weather In tho planting of beets HJ J It Smith and bin coti-ln Arthur HJ Smith, the hitter having recently ontlgra- HJ ted from Iowa, were In Garland on bust- HJ dcjs Tuesday. HJ Mrs. Simeon Carter of llrlgham who HJ bas been visiting in this city the guest HJ I of her daughter, Mrs. Jos, Wallis, re HJ turned home Tuesday. HJ Mrs. G W Green returned Sunday to HJ her home iu Ogdcn. Dr. Green accom. HJ panted her to Dewey experiencing a HJ lonely drive back to town. HJ The Easter edition of the Inter-Moim- HJ tain Republican, with its "colored egg" HJ display cucr, Is certainly a prize num- HJ bcr and deserves special mention. HJ Stephens llros. arc setting an example HJ to property owners by putting the side HJ walk in front of their property on Fac- HJ tory St. in an excellent condition. HJ The Clayton House received 11 coat of HJ paint this week that greatly improves HJ the looks of the building. A row of HJ ornametal simile trees were set out yes- HJ tcrday. ajviwviwwwvtwytvvtvv!wvivvvvvwww I Just a Little Paint H HIGIIT NOW when HJ - cery thing in nature is bo. HJ pinning to look bright and J fresh, a little I PAIJMT HJ will go a loug war toward HJ brightcniug up the mauy HJ old thingh around the place. HJ Porch Chairs and Seat)., HJ Lhwu Mowers any of the HJ frni or garden implements HJ Rn,l dozens of things iuIdu HJ thu house all need a little HJ touching up. HJ Wu'vn paints already HJ to use for any purpose, put HJ (P I" nnv s'c l'ans .vo" nm.v HJ wlsji, any color you may HJ fancy. HJ Drop In and get a HJ color rant, ami we'll be HJ plcused to tell you more HJ about HJ Of course wo'o briihlics HJ to put the paint on with H FROM 10c UP I Riter Bros. Drug Co., H Logan aad Garland, Utah, H Franklin, Preston and Montpclicr, H Idaho. HB'ife W. W. Itlter was in Garland Wtdncs day on business Peter Edwards of llrlgham City paid Garland a visit Thursday. Fred Foulger of Ogdcn has been spend ing n few dajs In our city this week. Hltcr llros, aro fixing up their soda fountain this week for the season's run. Mrs. Mcady Glcason spent Sunday at Fielding with her daughter, Mrs David Wood. Geo. Austin, wife, daughter Llzrlc and husband are Garland visitors this week. Mr. and Mrs. lloyal Lowe moved Into town from East Garland the fore part of the week. O H ICaup of Chicago, representing tho Descret Evening News was In Garland Wednesday and gave us a pleasant call. Moslah Evans, Itesident Manager of The Utah Sugar Co. returned Tuesday from a trip to Salt Lake in the intercuts of the company. Cbeiubcrlaln'M Salve is good for any dlseiifo of the skin. It allays tho itch ing and burning sensation Instantly. For sale by Itlter Eros. Drug Store. James A Lee of Davis County, repre senting the W T Hawlcigh Medicine Co. of Freeport, III., was In town Wednes day and gave this ofllce a pleasant call. Last Saturday night tho wife of Mr. Hurkhi at the Central farm gave birth to a Ami son. Mrs. Ilurklo is tho daughter of .Mr. llraugli who has charge of the farm. All reported well. Under the auspices of the Religion Clashes a dauco was given at the hall Wednesday afternoon In which the children of the classes participated and had an afternoon's pleasure long to bn remembered. E. C. lllttcaii,whn has been spending a number of weeks in this city, received a telegram Wednesday evening that his wife was dangerously 111 at Washington, D. C. He left Thursday, morning for Washington. L'rsfl Rose made a good beginning Arbor Day by havlii: bis lot opposite Hoot lie's residence plowed nnd a row of trees planted around the properly. He is having It neatly fenced nnd it looks metropolitan in every respect. The R. M. n. Telephone Co. has made some improvements in the northern part of town by lining up the poles which were on the hide walk. Tho work will ho continued and when finished that p.irt of the city will present a neat appcrance. Mrs. Mary Wanlass, sister of Resident Manager Moslah Evans, her family of five children, thrco girls and two boys, and her son-in-law, Kd VauLcuvan, have located permanently at Gatltmd. They will mako Tho Utah Sugar Co's hotel their home. tgTGet your Butter Wrappers printed at the Glouu Jon Offick Grip Quickly Knocked Out "Some weeks ago during tho severe winter weather both my wife and my self contracted severe colds which speed ily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms," snya Mr. J. S. Eglcston of Maple Land ing, Iowa. "Knees and joints aching, muscles sore, head stopped up, eyes and nose running, with altcruato spells of chills and fever. Wo began using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, aiding tho same with a double doso of Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use soou completely knocked out the grip1" Sold by ltltci llros Drug Store. Hotel Arrivals Clayton IIouw For vrrck ending April 19th: F It Itohmbach, St Paul, J"F Hogc S L Tribune, C M Green, San Francisco, Cal., C Funk, Ogdcn. Authon Nelson, llrlg ham, 0 M Hurton.Jr., It Ml! Tel. Co., II C Ilohmbach, O IS Kaup, Chas 1, Rail, 11 c Jensen, S L City, J F Erdman, Peter Edward, F W Earl, Jonathan Earl, Carlos C'cderholm, llrlgham, E A Youug, City. ' ' "' Card of Thanks. We, tho undersigned, In behalf of the officers and members of the Garlaud Sunday School, offer our thanks and appreciation to tho Garland Dramatic Co. for tho fiuaucial aid rendered the Sabbath School iu tho presentation ot the beautiful inelo-draiua, entitled, My Partner's Wife," given Saturday, April lith. Great credit is due the company for the masterly way la which the play was prcscutcd, and the artistic tasto display cd In tho preparing of tbe scenery. Wc also desire to thank tho orchestra for their kind asslstanco in furnishing the music for the occasion, and the pub lic for tbeir liberal patronage. Mrs. L. J.Scnuen.l Joocph E-Corbett, f Committee. Joseph Jensen, J 11. F. Riter was In town yesterday, O. N. Porter was in the city yesterday. Mason R. Williams of Urlgham is in Garland this week. Rom Thursday ovcnlngtotho wife of Albert Hardy a fine daughter. W. A. Stephenson, Studcbakcr's man of Fielding, was in Garland yesterday. J It Smith has Improved his premises this week by doing somo clearing and burnlug of tumblu weeds anil rubbish. A car of Studebakcr vehicles will ar rive In Garland within a few days, new up-to-date 1000 styles. Sec them before buying elsewhere It Marshal llcnrie has almost rid the city of tho "canine tribe" that don't wear collars, tuveral having gone to the ex ecutioner's block this week. Fon Sai.k 2nd hand saddle; good con dition. Apply to Ren Clayton. tf The plowing of city lots and preparing fur spring planting has began iu crnest. C. W. Kuudson of llrlgham City and Wm. Preston of Weston, Ida., wcro hero Thursday In tho interest of their now building. Wc had the pleasure of being shown the plans of the edifice they aro going to erect nn the corner lot opposito this office. Tho building is a two-story structure i!0xb2 and when completed will be a fine nddition to our city. Mrs. Eslella Welling wns given a stir prise last Monday afternoon by a few of her lady friends, members of the Relief Society, of which Mrs. Welling has been an crnest worker ever since its organiza tion in this ward, and who now, with her husband and family, is goiug to make their homo in Farmington. A nice lunch was served nnd a good sociable time was spent by all. They left for the above named plate Wednesday . Wo with them success in their now homo. DEVASTATION. The daily papers containing the accounts of the terrible earth qtiuke and devastation of the be.uitiful city of San Francisco md vicinity, are in great demand. 'I lie whole country is shocked by the news of this calamity. The los of property is estimated at 5200,000,000. The dead and iq jiired are counted by thousands. The city U in a state of chaos and the fire consuming everything in its course. All the business pur of the city is in ruins and the fire is spreading into the resident por tion of the city. Other cities are in rums. Congress has appro priated 1,000,000 to relieve the sufferers and President Joseph F. Smith of the Mormon Church, gave $10,000. The city is under martial law. Thieves and looters are at work and the officers have their hands full to maintain order. Rhaumatlam Makei Lift Miaerabla. A happy homo is tho most valuablo possession' that is within the reach of mankind, but ,ou cannot enjoy Its com forts If you arc suffering from rheuma tism You throw aside business cares when you enter your home and you can be relieved from those rheumatic pains also by applying Chamberlain's Pain Halm. One application will glvo you re lief and its continued use for a short time will bring about a permanent cure. For hale by Riter llros. Drug 8toro. 4.f4.Z-- -sVX wiw LOCAL MAILS. MAILS ARRIVB. From South 1 1 .00 a. m. MAILS CI.0SB Going South 3:05 p.m. STAR ROUTE. Mails arrive from Penrose and way at 10:00 a, m. Mails leave lor Penrose and way at 11.30 a. m, O. L. Wilcox, Postmaster. I O. .S L. TIME TABLE North Bound. Leaves Brigham. . . . 9:00 a. m. " Corinne 9:30 a. m Tremonton . . 10:00 a. m " Garland ....10:50a. m Arrives at Malad 12:45 p. m. South Bound. Leaves Malad 1 '.15 p. m. " Garlrnd 3:2op.m Tremonton . ..3:35 p. m " Corinne ....4:20 p.m. Arrives at Brigham . . 500 p. m. F. L. Scopiuld, Local Agent Garland Utah tf).&!f!filMf Wc would bo pleased to have our read ers, and the public generally, send in such items of nows as may come under their observation, such as births, deaths, marrages, goings and comings, etc. Many things transpire that wo may over look, bunco wo ask you to asslt' us In this matter that wo may bo ablo to pub lish At.t. tho news. Vai 1 will find n Good Business "U awaiting you iu Garland If you arc b Good Dentist and will locate, hero. Invkstioatk. Official Notice. TO WATER-U8ER8: Hereafter The Utan Sugar Co will, in accordanc with its contract charge" $2 50 per acre anuual rental for orchards ex reed I ng live years growth." This however, will not apply to orchards of less than five acres. Moslah Evans Resident Mtigr Garland, Utah. March 22nd 1006. n7 tf Saciukick Sai.k On clothing, hats, shlrtH, suspenders, etc. Suits from f 1,50 up. Come nnd get your suit while the prices aro down below cost. Garland Clothing House, a 14-21 Wanted: A correspondent to send us a few Items weekly from each of the following places: Dowcyvlllc, Fieldlug, . El wood, Pt. Lookout, Thatcher, Penrose, 1 Washakie, Collinston, Bear River City Trcmont and other surrounding places. Your town aught to bo represented in this paper. Why not Interest yourself in telling us what is doing? Wo will send tho paper free to all correspondents and glvo you somo paper nnd envelopes if you will act. Write us a letter for pub- I lication and help us build up the Great Bear River Valley. Spring Creations! Your New Spring SUIT, SKIRT HAT or WAIST Is awaiting your selection at our store. A complcto Hue of all tho NEW SPRING CREATIONS Jtitt In Call and examine the goods and get first choice Prices Reasonable AMliriO PORTER BLOCK, I IUI ICy GARLAND, UTAH ' J J J J J J Ladies' Purnish ' ings, Millinery, Dress Goods & Notions. Just Arrived! AT STOHL BROS. FURNITURE STORE the Largest and Finest assort ment of IRON BEDS ever received In tho Valley. All direct from the Eastern factory. Styles and prices to suit everybody Don't forget to see our line of Carpets and Wall-psper Another large ship ment just received the quality stylts and prices arc sure to please you, Stohl Bros. Turn Co, Tremont, "Utah. REMNANT I SALE. I r M' We have and Excellent Stock of REMNANTS we are offering this week H BELOW COST We aro also closing out a line of B Hats, Shoes, Men's Ladies' and Children's Hoee, a full line H of Bed Spreads' Lace Curtains and Ladies' Shirt Waists I m Timothy Seed, Garden 8ecd and Lawn Grass Seed H a laaa Umm I J aw Wc carry in stock a complete line of H (QARDEN J OOL8 I GROVER, ROSE & CO. , I --H"H"H"f H I Carpets & I RUGS I A new line just received. H Also a full line ot H Linolrtiin, Baby Carnages, Go-Carls, Furni tire, Hardware, H Stoves and R.tnfes. We can furnish your house in every detail, H I Our stock of building material is always complete. H Call and examine our stock before you buy elstw here, H JENSEN BROS. I (Successors to Hyrum Jcnten) M Garland Utah. Garland Clothing House Y. L. M. I. A. Reorganized. Miss Hattle Wight, Stake President of tho Y L M I A and Mrs Ray Evans, Stake Aid, both' of Brigham City, carao over to Garland Tuesday to effect a re organization of tho Y L M I A in this city. The former officers were all re leased and new oues chosen to fill their places. Following were the ofScera chosen: President, Ella S Winters; Ut Counselor, Roso Vanftoet; 2nd Counselor, (not yet chosen); Secretary, Allssa Man. nlng; Asst. Becy , Nora Sasscr; Treasur er and Libralan, Fern Lewis; Musical Director, Marie Wing; Organist, Eva Rice; Aids, Elva Booth, Anna Edwards and Mary QroTtr. Ad interesting jneeting.wai held. The sign ot the Big Clock is where you find J.W. Lewis, Practical Watch-maker and gen- V eral repairer. Boo'he Block Garland Utah, 4 - Hawks & Layton Contractors & Builders Estimates and Material furnished for all kinds of buildings. Phono No. 6x. Garland, Utah.