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THE GARLAND GLOBE
ij J A.Wixom, . . Editor and Mngr.
HI Telephone No 22k
H ' (Formerly Wratt's DulchcrShop.)
H Entered a rccond-clunt matter l'cbrury 17,
H 1906, t the font olTico at Garland, Utah, under
B the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
H ' Saturday, Oct. 20, 1906
H J ITEMS OF INTEREST.
M j II. Otto paid Logan 11 visit Htindtiy,
H Dr. K. C. Hlttciui U In town this week.
M '! MUs Elva Hootb lit reported to be on
H I thiiMck lint.
1 Mrs. P. A. Nordqnlst Is visiting rclat
M ' Ivrs'and frlcudu in Ogdcn.
B All kluda uf Beer on ten Mt Riter Uros
H Drug Store. JW-tf
fl Mrs Mario Wing Ii vhltlng rclatlvci
M and friends In Suit Luke City.
M Mrs Dnrdctt Smith mid Mrs Hcrbct 1).
H Foutgor tire spending tho week In Ogdcn.
H Miss Margaret Hen-ton of Hooper, UIbIi
H l the guest of Mr and Mrs Win Holmes.
H Miss Clara Clark returned Thursday
H evening from a tun wceka' visit In Farm-
H When making farm loans, call on
M Joseph N. Stohl of llrigham City; lie
H lias money to Natlify all, tf
H Call on Joseph N. Stohl of llrigham
H City for your farm loans. He haa the
H money and will ticat you right, if
Hl Mrs W. W. Child of Ogden.Mothcr of
H Mra Win ilolmrs, who hashed! spending
H a few diyi In this city, returned home
V C. A. Luudahl of IOgan, an employee
Hi of Hlter Uros Drug Co., la HsMstlug It.
H Otto at their drug store In this city.
H Fred Morse, representing the Western
Newspaper Union at Halt Lake City,
H flopped over Wednesday with us and
H continued hia journey to Mnlad City in
H the evening.
H After the nfternoon meeting SumU ,
au Elders' meeting was hold at tho hall in
1 this city. An Elders' class was organ-
I zed with Yolnuy II. Klugaa class lender
fl and Wright Eons as assistant tiluss
B Vol 1, No 1, of tho Air Lino Nowa, it
neat 8-page monthly magaiiue published
H at Chicago lu Interest of tho Chicago-
Now York Eluctrlc Air Line It R, cunie
H to our desk this week. The magazine la
H Issued to aid in promoting the great
H national electric air lino imminent aud
H IU columns arc well filled with matter on,
thl Important topic.
H I' In tho case of tho Mate vs, Woodland,
:t tho jury fouud a verdict of not guilty of
V V assault with attempt to commit murder
for Henry Woodland and Monday lust
H Judge Mouglinn gao Edw, b'oronseti it
B' t sentence of tovcn years in thostato prison.
f The following marriage licenses were
i' issued In Hrlgham the past week: ltohert
H 1 Hradshaw of Stouc, Idaho, aud Miss
H H Tllllo Daly of aaino place. Frank Jensen
H j of Ogden, and Miss Ellen Itiehardacn of
H ;i Juuctlon City, Kansas. Tnrvald Nelsen
H of llrigham City and Miss Jcssu Guymoii
H of same place.
Monday morning while Win. Holmes,
H an employee of I1 A Nonliiulst'.s black.
H amith shop, was putting a shoe on the
B foro foot of W J Fifo'a black bone, the
H animal reared up and threw Mr Holmes
H in tho air. He fell with force to the
H floor and sustained a sprained hip aud
H ankle In tho fall that laid him up for a
H day. Tuesday afternoon ho showed up
H for duty, but ban suffered considerable
H palu since tho nccldent .
1 NO WONDER
H i I That men SMOKE
H when they st:e our line
B , oISMOK E R s
H Anybody Would
H The toboccos are of
I - 0.i ne finest variety ana
1 ' ! S? of the most expensive
1 M Q curK.
H v I
1 (A UV The pipes give
H S-W SOLID COM-
H CS FORT to the OLD
M nnd YOUNG smok-
H We wont mention
M our CIGARS espe-
H cially, but smoke one
of our laedin brands
H and you will smoke
H Kltcr Bros. Dnio Co.
H Loan and Garland, Utah,
H Franklin, Preston and Montpelicr,
Married at Logan Temple
Miss Nclllo Jorgenscn, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Jorgenscn of Logan, and
Wilght Evnns.son of Mr. and Mra. T. 31.
Evans of llrigham, were united In mar
rfagc nt tho Logan Temple Wednesday of
MIsa Jorgenscn is an accomplished
young lady and Jim a host of friends in
that city. '
Mr. Evans Is a highly respected young
man and has made this city bis homo for
tho pant two ycara, being employed ns a
elerk by W. A. Hay, deceased, aud the
Garland Mercantile Co.
The young couple were tendered a
reception at the' homo of tho bride's
parents Wcduesday evening. They will
make this city their home. Wu extend
congratulations mill best wishes. I
I'iles quickly nnd positively cured with
Dr. .Slioop'n Magic Ointment. U'h made
for Piles alone and it does the work
surely and with ml Uf act Ion. Itching,
palnfiil.protruding or blind plica dlsapear
llko magic by Its use. Large, Nickel
Capped glass Jaw, ."0 cents. Hold and
leconiended by all dealers. 11 10
Harris Sells to Miller
II . F. Miller, tho barber, who formerly
owned and conducted tho barber shop at I
the rear of tho Hank of Garland, which '
he sold to A. K. Harris a few month's
ago, has made arrangements to becomo
the sole proprietor the first of no.xt week.
Tho shop was moved by Harris Into a
now building on Factory street nnd somo
neat Improvements added.
Mr. Harris has conducted the business
with entire satisfaction aud made many I
friends here. He will leave for Uolse,
Idaho In a few days.
Mr. btohl, who has had charge of one
of the chairs, left for logan Thursday.
The many friends of Mr Miller, the new
proprietor, will be pleased to learn that
ho has come back iigaln to stay. A
barber from Salt Lake will arrive iu a
few days to asist him during the
Mrs Walter P. Haslcrof Mantl, Utah,
sister of A. J. Hroomhcad, spent Mon
day and Tuesday In this city.
Last Sunday 11 change was made In tho
bishopric of Fielding ward. Former Up
Henry Hess nnd counselers E. O. Wilcox
and Lcni Rogers wero houorably released .
J. Smith Clark was chosen as tho new
bishop with F W. HIchards and Chas A.
Udy as his first and second counselors.
Wm Preston, manager of the Garlaud
Mercantile Co., returned Wednesday
evening from Wcstou, Idaho, whoro ho
went to atteud the funeral of MUs Hor
tense Preston, daughter of Thos Preston,
who died laot Sunday The funeral serv
ices were held Tuesday. A double
funeral was held on that day In Weston
tho second onu being Father Dees ono of
tho pioneer settlors of llrigham City,
who died Sunday.
Tho attendance at the regular after
noon meeting held nt the ward hall last
Sunday was quite small, but the services
were Interesting. Up. W. L. Grovcr pre
sided. Singing by the choir, "Wo Thank
Thee 0 God or n Prophet." Prayer by
D. E. Manning. 8lnglng, "Earth With
Her Ten Thousand Flower?." Sncramcnt
ndmlulstcrcd by Elders Ludvlg Larseu
and Peter Boss, During tho admin
istration of the Sacrament the choir sang
"How Great tho Wisdom and tho Love."
Tho following were tho speakers: F.
T. Flinders, Dan Marble, A. I. Grovcr
aud W. II. Crandall.
Singing, "An Anglo from on High,"
Benediction by Ben F, Edmonds.
Last Saturday afternoon MIsa Mabel
Crandall of tho northern part of town
, was fjulto badly scalded about tho face
and eyes. She attempted to remove tho
lid from a kettle of boiling soup. As
soon as she loosened tho lid the steam
rushed out aud threw the hot liquid di
rectly iu her face, badly burning her.
II Otto of Hlter Hro.. Drug Store pre
pared a prescription which rellovcd tho
pain. Her oyes were quite badly burned
by the explosion.
Btomach trouble Ii but a irmptorn of. and not
In lutlt a true (lltoato. We think ot Djipepsla.
Hnrtbum, and Indlgratton ai real dlcutr. jrX
they am rjmptoin onlr o! cortnln ipcclflc
h'arve ilckncM nothing elto. I
It was tlili fact that tint eonrftly lod Pr. Phoop
In thn ervntlon of that now very popular Stomach
JlemMljr Dr. 8hoop'n HftFtorallve. doing direct '
to the t.tciniich nmti. alonn brought that ucccj
and favor to Ilr. Hhoop and his KtjtoraUvt. With
out that original and highly vital principle, no
uch lasting aceoniDllshmenH ra ever to bo had.
Foritomiu'h riUtrcu, bloating, hlllouinras. bad
hronth and tallow complexion, try Ilr. Hhoop'i
Rmtoratlve Tablt-U or Liquid and ico for your
iH what It can and will do. We loll and choer
- t -H-Wo
call tho attention of our readers to
au article on page -1 of this issuo headed
"liowaro of the Ittisslan Thistles." This
weed Is getting a strong-hold In this
vieluity and tho farmer and community
iu general should unite on some plau to
stop tho spread of this terrible enemy to
our farms, fields and gardens. Our town
Iota aud sidewalks aro already Infested
with this obnoxious thistle aud If some
thing Isn't done soon, -we'll live to re
Wc will fcell a homo In llrigham City
corner Main and 5th South streets
to anyone desiriug a good homo in that
city. Corner lot, K-ncru orchard, 4-room
house, water and electrtu lights, good
cellar, etc. A tine busiuess location.
Call on or write
Lee & Dunn, nriRharn. uuh.
(Xuens & Co.,
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries.
Fish and Game in Season.
Heaters and Ranges
The season is approaching that . '
reminds you to make preparation Cm
for the coming chilly blasts of Jjnj&
another winter. A geod heater RTL
or hot blast in the house is a true JB(E3HakW.
friend and gives comfort and gMniUa"
warmth to your home Hill III 11111 fw
during the winter months. You H III
can't afford to be without one. Hi I Ij
We have an excellent line of ho' IbBR wwliM'KllrWs
blasts to select from at prices to r C 1 'mBhkIkL
suit all. Call and see them. 1 fyiM rStpJOTk
Wo also havo tho eclebrted Universal I I Ju www
and Superb Hauges that caunot bo ox- "J Qy UA
celled both In quality and finish. " RE5QLUTE UNIVERSAL
(Successors to Hyrura Jensen) ,
M. A. No. 4141.
Notice of Application For Patent.
M. S. No. 4525.
United States Land Office,
Bait Lake City, Utah,
Octobor 16, 1906.
N'otlco Is hereby glvon that George
K. Williams nnd Delancy Wilson of
Snlt Lake City, Utah, have made
appllcntlon for a United States patent
for tho Butcher Boy Lode Mining
Claim, oltuntc In Pnrlc Valley Mining
District, Box Elder County, Utah,
constating of 1337.3 linear feet ot
oald lodo together with surface
ground not exceeding 300 feet on
each side of Bald lodo, being mineral
survey No. 4525 nnd described In tho
field notes nnd plat of the official sur.
voy on flic In thla office, with ning
nctlc variation at 17 dcg. 40 rnln.
East as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning at corner No. 1 of said
Butcher Boy lode, Identical with cor
ner No. 1, Survey No. 4484 June Bug
lodo, from which tho Southeast corn,
cr of Soc. 12, Township 13 North,
Unngo 15 West bear North 84 deg.
19 rnln. Kaat 921.1 feet; thence Nor
th 28 deg. 24 mln., Kaat 1336.9 feet
to corner No. 2, thence North 61 deg.
20 rnln., West 590.2 feat to corner
I No. 3; thence South 26 deg. 14 mln.,
West 1260.1 feet to corner No. 4,
identical No. with corner No. 5, Sur-
jvey No. 4493 Now Stnte Mine No. 1.
lode; thonco South 64 deg. 49 mln.
West 96. G feet to corner No. 6;
thenco South 61 deg. 20 mln. E. COO
feet to corner No. 1., tho place of
beginning, containing 17.393 acres,
all of which Is claimed and applied
for. This claim is located in the
Southeast quarter of Sec. 12 and
Northeast quarter of Sec. 13, Town
ship 13 North, Rango 15 West, S.
L. B. and M.
Notice of location of said lode is of
record in tho olflco of tho County Re
corder of Box Elder County, Utah, in
Book "C" of Mining, Page 440. ' Tho
names ot tho adjoining claims aro
Now State Mine No. 1, Survey No.
4 193 adjoining on the West nnd June
Bug, Survey No. 4484 adjoining on
I direct that this notice bo publish
ed in the dnrland Globe, a weekly
nowspnper, published at Garland,
Box Elder County, Utah, for a period
ot nine consecutive weeks.
FRANK D. HOBBS,
Smith & Putman, Attorneys for Ap
plicant. First pub. October 20, 1906; last
pub. December 15, 1906.
Aud all kinds of Fruit and Vegetables,
CALL ON THE
Wo aro located IU miles nearer than
Brlgbam and can furnish you any of tho
above at the LOWEST MARKET
PRICE. Qlvo Ua A Trial.
JOSEPH KNUDSON, Mngr.
E. V. Schneider,
General Dlacksmithiog and
Horse Shoeing a Specialty
Wnshing Machine Motors
aud Electric Flat-Irons
I 2iY.0tc c Sweet to Eat
LUA'Clo O a cnJr bwti lutthN,
Clothing! Clothing! I
In order to get our clothing tn the hands of the people, I
we are making the following prices: I
An $18 suit A $10 suit A $9 uit I
for $15 for $840 for 11 $0 I
Men's and Boy's Overcoats at prices that cannot be reached
by any other house in town.
Youth's and Children's suits going .t the following prices: I
$11 suits at $9, $9 suits at $7.50, Children's uits as low as $2 2$ I
These prices cannot be approached anywhere in the county I
nor out done in the state. I
We are closing out a large line of .Shot's bought at the
Right Time and Prices and are being sold to Miit our customers as
our daily sales will show.
Our line of Groceries always complete nnd frc.vh mid our ever ob
liging delivery man is always on hand to please.
GR0VER, ROSE & CO. ,
iSUFWMftKMMWfc rarWhcrc tho Teams f top -Tia lWWW.ftf
We are Here 3 Times a Year
Ai.EXANDKn-Dinnu:R Opticai, On., - Atl.a hWL, - .-iV.U J ike City .
i . i...",m.. T.-:..r.Tz "" ' "ii 1 a
CALL ON US FOR-
md Oak Heaters
Also for MAJESTIC, GOOD LU. K and SUPERB RANGES J
We have just received a large shipment and shall bu pleased to show them
to you. You cannot afford to buy until you have seen our lino and gotten our prices
tarWe GUARANTEE every RANGE and STOVE we mII to give perfect
SATISFACTION and assure you that our PRICES are RIGHT.
Wo also havo tho new Patent Cole's Hot Hlast, Heater and Range mm. r
blncd just the thing for your dining-room. Come and see it.
Stohl Bros. Fum. Co.
LIFE A8 SEEN BY PHILOSOPHER.
All In All to Himself, and Very Well
A woman who had divorced her hus
band met him after many yearc.
"Have you married again?" ahe
Tho man shook hlB head.
"Ah!" sighed tho woman. "You still
"No," said the man. "I love my
self." He was asked to explain.
"Bondage, taught me tho value of
freedom," ho replied. "I am answer
able now only to myself. I come
whon I please, go when I please, do
what I please, and noed not make ex
planation. I no longer divide my
pleasures by two or multiply my wor
ries by the same number. What I
cam Is mine, and, when I contomplate
its possible reduction, I need fear for
myself alono. I havo no grea Joys,
but then I havo no great sorrows."
"And lovo7" Inquired tho woman.
"I have been married," answered
tho man. Channtag Pollock, In The
Sick HeuUeh. Cum).
8!ch headache Is caused by derangement
of tho stomach and by Indigestion.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets correct theso disorders and effect a
cure. By taking theso tablets as soon
as tho first Indication of tho disease ap
pear, tho attack may be warded off.
Get a froo sampla and try them. For
aalo by Rltcr Uros. Drug Co.
Wines and Liquors for Mcdlalual pur
poses at Rlter Uros Drug Store. J9tf
AND GENERAL REPAIRING
Neatly and Promptly Done.
P. A. Nordquist Shop
Just tfoutb of tho Globe Office.
arWc OusrantM UitUfactlou.jp
Annoyed by the Window.
The Into Joseph Parker, of Iindrm,
while a brilliant spc&kor, was also
vory eccentric. He went onc to a
town Is Lancashire to preach tho "an '
nual sermon" on behalf of n row '.
church which was being erected. The
sorvlces wero held In tho old bulldlnic.
This was rather dilapidated, aud the '
windows had frostod glass which had I,
accumulated the dust 01 yoars. In r j
tho midst of a beautiful peroration ho
turned round and, pointing his finger
to a window In tho upper corimr of
the hulldlng above a gallery, said:
"Like tho sun streaming In through
yonder window, which would shlno all
tho better If It wore cleaned."
Thoroughly Ftmlnlne. 4
"What! A woman doesn't know the ,
value of an oath, eh?" she exclaimed,
angrily. "Gracious 1 do you mean to
say a woman's word Isn't as good as
"It may bo better, morally," he re
plied, "but It Isn't as satisfying. Any
man as angry as you am now would
choose a stronger word than 'flra
C J. Campbell,
Garland ..... Utah.
G. S. Mowry,
Painting and Paper-Hanging. I
Garland Utah. ,
NOTARY PUBLIC 1
Garland - Utah. I