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HI ' A.Wixom, . . Kdltor add Mngr.
HI Telephone No 52 Red
1 (Fotwerlr Wytt'n Bntchwflhop)
B I EnUrd M Mcond-cUuui nutUr February IT,
H I ' KM. at txi pott offlca t OarUnd, UUli. und r
H' 1 the Act of Congrw of Mrch 3. 1S79.
B I Subicrlbt-n wlio fall to receive their
H'N paper regularly, plcaae notify thtaofflco.
Bl' Saturday, Dec. 7, 1907.
Ml ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Hr $tl for $10 nt noothe'o. tf
j I Tomorrow la the regular raohthly
1 f faat day.
H Little MI$1 Marlau Wlnft Iim the mca-
H I Bootho's Orocn tug Halo la drawing
M nk the crowd. tf
fl 1 Moidatnea James nud Peter Jensen
i were Ogdeu vlaltora Monday.
H 3, F, Fonthorstonc was In Bait Lake
H and Brlgham on bualncsa the fore
H ; part of the wcok.
M, The Lad lea' Solf-Culturo Club nt-
Hj ; tended the Farmers' IumIUuIu at Tre-
1 mont In a body Tuesday.
H APPLES FOR SALE Windfalls,
H , 3Cc per buahol; good apples 7Go per
M bushel. Apply to J. Y. Jensen. 2t
M Mr. and Mrs. Will Qldney of Brig-
H - ham City, spent Sunday in town tho
H guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edwards.
H Colored Postal Cards of Brlgham
H and Box Elder County at Compton's
H Compton's Art Gallery, Brlgham
M City, Utah. tf
Hi Mrs. Lottie Lowe and Miss Maggie
H Hlchards, lady clerks of tho B. M. and
H P. Co., have been on tho sick UsC s
H taw days this week.
H Marvin L. Cook of Fairfield, Utah,
H was visiting in town the fore part of
this week, the guest of his dnughtefl,
I Mrs. John T. Roberts,
Marshal T. L. 8nook and J. W. Le
wis were in Brlgham Thursday on
business conneeted with the estate of
John Haasell, deceased.
Hyrum Standing of Brlgham City,
who was reporting the Farmers' In
stltute at Tremonton for the Box El
der News gave us a pleasant call one
day this week.
,1 Mrs. Hanby, who has been suffer
H I ' witn an inaction of the arm, and
H 1 hand, as a result of being accident
H ally cut with a knife sometime ago,
H Is improving rapidly.
H Come early and have your photo
H j taken for Xmas at Compton's Art
H Gallery, Brlgham City, Utah. tf
H i A lea! Woaderlaad.
H South Dakota, with Its rich silver
M nines, bonanza farms, wide ranges
H and strange natural formations, Is a
H , veritable wonderland. At Mound
H City, la the home of Mrs. E. D. Clapp,
M a wonderful case of healing has lately
M occurred. Her son seemed near death
1 with lung and throat trouble. "Ex-
M haustlng coughing spells occurred
1 every five minutes," writes Mrs.
H Clapp, "when I began giving Dr.
B Kings' New Discovery the great me-
B dicine. thdt saved his life and com-
pleUly cured him." Guaranteed for
coughs and colds, throat and lung
troubles, by Rlter Bros. Drug com-
pany. 60 conts and $1. Trial bot-
H J You can Look
H. .1 the Country Over
M ' and not llnd BETTF.K STATIONERY
B; or ai varied and Up-to-Dato supply u
' , you will And at all tlmus at this store.
H t We cater to the Private Dcak, tliu
H Oincu;Htore and Countln-; House wllh
H , everything In blank books, tatlunury,
H' tiyowrltlug supplies, etc., etc,
H; j , filler Bros. Drua Go.
H'1 , Logan and Garland, Utah,
H Franklin, Preston and Montpdier,
H j Idaho.
I Garland Hotel
Hf S. DRAKE, Prop.
siH X ' Regular Meals Served
Hl H '" Nice Airy Rooms
KH NmH ofiicc mod Large Dining
H l-i BlopK lorth of th.e Bank.
State Bank of Brigham City
1 1 BRIGHAM CITY, UTAH.
1 The strength of a financial institution is in ita
capital) ils assets, its honorable record and the
t ability, character and standing of the men who
! ' conduct its affairs, X X X X
' Posstasing these essential qualities, this bank hv
vites additional accounts and offefs the best of 3
service alike to those of large or small means, H
L DAVID ECCI.ES, Prcildtnt,
M. S. nnOWNINO, Vlc-Pretldent.
R. L. FI8HDURN. Jll.. Vlc-Prldnt. N
J. E. HALVERSON. Ciuhler. S
W. T. DAVIS, AuiaUnt Cwhler. $
$5.G0 for IG.00 nt Bootho's. tf
Boiik Friday morning to tho wife of
John J Shumway, a fine daughter.
E. V. Schneider was a passenger to
The Misses Hazel Evans, Altco Q ro
ver and Nina Winters, who aro at
tending school In Salt Lake, Logan
and Ogdcn, respectively, spent
Thanksgiving week in Garland.
Lillian Cutler, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Cutler, who with her mo
ther Is visiting relatives in Spanish
Fork, has had an attack of tho mea
sles during tholr stay In that place.
jl u.aqiooa ti oo'9t -oj 039t
Don't fall to read the Inside pages
of the Qlobo. On page 3 of this is
buo will bo found the President's,
message: on page 6 tho continued
story "The House of a Thousand Can
dles. PABTUBE for horses. J. Y. Jon.
son, Bell 'phono 56-0. It.
Tho stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Ault, who are owllv
Ing at Preston, Idaho, and left wltht
them n fine pair of twins Thanksgiv
ing day. The samo stork left twins
at their home on its first visit.
Bootho's Orcen tag sale is drawing
tho crowds. tf
Mrs. Eph. Coombs returned Wed
nesday from Payson where she and
Mr. Coombs went to attend the fun-
nrfil nt hnr hrnrhnr.
W. A. Colvln, who died last Fri
day and was burled Sunday. Mr.
Coombs remained in Salt Lako to ro
celvo medical ntentlon for his Injured
Colored Postal Cards of Garland
sugar factory and Bear River Can
yon and Power plant, 2 for Sc, nt'
Compton's Art Gallery, Brlgham City,
Utah. Mall orders promptly filled. .
Inspector Clark of tho Btuto board
of health has returned from an offi
cial trip to Fielding, Box Elder Coun
ty, where 30 people, 10 per cent of
the entire population, were sick with
scarlet fever. There is no doctor re
sident within ten miles, and tho pco
pie being under no official restraint,
ran from one house to another as
tney, so the disease spread. Dr. Cl
ark established a proper quarantine,
leaving a health officer In charge, so
no .further spread la apprehended par
tlcularly as the cases .aro not ver;
serious Deseret Nows.
Fr Eczema. Tetter and Salt Khenm
Tho Intenso itching characteristic
of these ailments Is almost instantly
allayed by Chamberlain's Salve. Many
severe cases have been cured by It.
For sale by Rlter Bros. Drug Co.
Wm E Packer
E. V. SCHNEIDER
Garland, X ' Utah
Ono Block North of Bauk.
Change in Train Service.
Ycscrday a change was mado In the
train service of tho Mnlad Valley
branch. The mixed train makes but
three trips a week Tuesdays, Thurs
days ad Saturdays, and the morning
and evening train carries all the mall.
WINES and Liquors for Medicinal
purosca at Rlter Bros Drug Store, tf
A DANQEBOUS DEADLOCK.
that sometimes terminates fatally, is
the stoppage of liver and bowel func
tions. To quickly end this condition
without disagreeable sensations, Dr.
King's New Life Pills should always
bo your retnody. Guaranteed absolu
tely satisfactory in every caso or your
Money back nt Rltofr Bros. Drug1
storo. 25 cents.
Voice of Experience.
A young girl recently went to her
aunt on a momentous occasion. Sh
explained that a gentleman was com
ing to see her.
"I am sure he likes me," she sobbed,
"and and I think he means to pro
pose. I don't like to ask mother how
I should act under the circumstances,
"Do you like him?" interrupted
"Very much," observed her niece.
"Enough to marry him?"
The girl blushed and replied In the
"Then," said aunty, with an air of
authority, "don't let there bo any
shllly-shaHylng. When he pops, don't
turn red and look down nt tho carpet.
Just throw your arms around hbi neck,
look him full In tho face and begin
talking about tho furniture."
Chamberlain's Coueh BemedV Aids
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways .most successful. Chamber
lain's Cough Romcdy acts on this
plan. It allays tho cough, nlds ex
pectoration, relieves the lungs, opens
the secretions, thereby aiding naturo
in throwing off a cold ad restoring
the system to a hoalthy condition
For sale by Rlter Bros. Drug Co.
The Frank Person.
Wo all know anH respect and
avoid such porsons; tho world Is full
of them too full for tho general com
fort of Its other Inhabitants. And
frequently what they call tho truth
Is not abstract truth at all, but Is
merely tho expression of their own
particular (and frequently erroneous)
opinions. SVomnn's 1. 1 to.
HEBE'S Q00D ADVICE.
O. S. Woolever, one of the best
known merchants of Lo Raysvllle, N.
Y., says: "If you are ever troubled
with plies, apply Bucklen's Arnica
Salve. It curod mo of them for good
20 years ago." Cures overy sore,
wound, burn, or abrasion. 25 cents
at Ritor Bros. Drug Co.
sjul The Best Hotel in TownEl
Nice Airy Rooms
Hot and cold water. Eloctrio Lights
Froo .Sample Hoom
We Keep Nothing but the Best
8. M, CLAYTON, Prop.
fHSiiMLtfuSSEa '8aU Lako 284 Maln Slrect
BJSriJLMIHIJHRg. Ogdon 1M57 Washington Avo
KUUjjBKV Logan .. , 47 N Main St
rf J j f Jf vl Provo..., 113 W. Center Street
MJ----A'wAjeA'-- Park City 361 Main Stroet
DR. ZMtHeHNRN. Manner Hrlgham City..., Main , ovor Roscubauni's
Set Teeth (hist red rubber) 7. a l-J-- Mrirvl 11ui Uni ot work Uukl pi
Gold Crowns. S3-k. 13.50 totS, rtlvcy,ar nou Ut u. uik It ow with you
Bridge Work, best, 13.50 to 5. u,on "" mv mUuko
GoidFiiiiqgs 11.00 up. We pay your railroad fare
All Other Fillings 50c 75o BrgyJm City from auy
M .YKAU8 GUARANTEE. J Rjver y J,
FREE examination and advice. ; . .
Open till 0 p ni Sundays IS to 2 ley. t2TTake this ad. at either offlcolBl
WH f ,Ttk nurycttil jwUy)V without. pln W with othr work. fHWv
i . 1 1 J s JSiSSJ 11
Admission to Concert
ond ba" 25 & 35CtS
To those who fail to attend the
concert, a charge of 50c per cou
will be made to ball.
Muscular Paint Cured.
"During the summer ot 1903, 1 was
troubled with muscular pains in the
instep of my foot," says Mr. S. Ped-
lor, of Toronto, Ont.. "At times it
was so painful I could hardly walk.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm was recom
mended to me, so I tried it and was
completely cured by one small bottle.
I have since recommended it to sev
eral ot my friends all ot whom speak
highly of it." For sale by Rlter Bros.
United States Land Office,
Salt Lake City, Utah,
Nov. i, 1907.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice .is hereby given that the
State of Utah has tiled in this
office lists of lands, selected by
the said State.as Indemnity School
Lands, under section 6 of the Act
of Conrgess, approved July 16,
Ntf NW Sec. n, W, SW
i Sec. 24, T. 12 N., R. 4 W ,
(List 1271); and NWi 4 Sec.
12, T. 14 N , R. 9 W., (List
Copies of said lists, so far ns they
relate to said tracts, by descriptive
subdivisions, have been conspicu
ously posted in this office for in
spection by any person interested,
and by the public generally.
This notice will be published for
five successive weeks and during
the publication thereof, under de
partmental tustructions of April
25, 1907, protests or contests a
gainst the claim of the State to
any of the tracts or subdivisions
hereinbefore described, on the
ground that the same is more
valtlable for mineral than for
agricultural purposes, will be
received and noted for report
to the General Land Office
at Washington, D. C. Failure so
to protest or contest, within the
time specified, will be considered
1 sufficient evidence ot the non-mineral
character of the tracts, and
, the selections thereof, being other
wise free from objection, will be
recommended for approval,
E. D. R. Thompson,
KILL tn. COUCH
um CUBE tm LUHCS
w Dr. King's
AWB ALL THROAT AN01UMTH0WU1.
o MOW3CT xxrvwrnxp.
Ajr Commencing Monday, Oct.
Bl( I 21st, and continuing until H
P every suit is sold actually H
fO I AT COST I
It J J 1 0 Every Suit marked in plain I
m m figures. A beautiful line of I
Fall and Winter Clothing consisting of Men's, f I
Boy's and Youths' Suits and Overcoats. I
Evepy Pieee JAust I
f to make room for other lines which I
will arrive in a few weeksr I
Come Now While There is a Choice I
.Our Lluo of Orocurlcs Always Complete "Tea ,
GBTA Full Line of Nice, Fn-sh Cnmllus nml Xuts'tf' I
l.ALL THE LATEST AND NICEST TIHNOS THE MAHKET AKKO'tDS
We hsvc s number of vlncgnr Imrrcli Just the thing for cldur, snucr-Umut,
etc., nt 75 cts cuch
W. L. GR0VER & SONS,
WftWJWWMWMWftS KTWhcru tlin Teams Stop.-ft ftttftSKftWa'ASKft'A
IS ROLLER BEARING
Sewing ' ,
From $12 to $36 I
We Must I
MOVE T'HEMl I
JENSEN BROS. I
GARLAND, J& d& i& UTAH.
WE GIVE AWAY TIIIS
Call at our Store and get particulars and hear
the Machine. Each 25c purchase secures a
The Foulger Company.
XWhere Can You Spend Less and( Get Morc?X
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