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,df. Vol 3 Garland Utah, August 1 5, '08. No, 28
t tl Ttjj case of J F Owens and
n"tj je OfRil arrested for disturbing
ret the peace in this city on July
' 24th, and Singing Star Spangled
8h Banner, came before Justice
I. tn Knud.ton of Urigham, at 10 a m
Wednesday. A fine of $10 was
con imposed on Mr. Owens and Joe
500 Org'' was taxed $15. An appeal
mo was taken to the District Court.
At 4 p m the case of Karl
h Hales and Fred Sylvester of
th Riverside, arrested July 20 on a
8tu similar charge, was ventulated
before said Justice and each were
to asked for 5 plunks. After im-
Jj posing the fine, the Justice revers-
Pru ed the decesion and added the
crel costs. Case appealed to the
,e o District court.
clei LADIES' SELF-CULTURE CLUB
ilde Mrs. Annie Edwards entertain-
:rnv ed the members of the L. S. S. C.
at her home Thursday afternoon
with of this week. Vice-1'rest. Nellie
'", Rose took charge. Minutes read
and approved and the roll call
an showed 19 members present.
nK Mrs R I. Bush and Mrs. Mary
i'i"i Wanlass were invited guests
hat The story "He Fell in Love
With His Wife" was comenced
Mrs. Manlina Jensen doing the
or 1 reading. A letter was read trom
the Federation relating to the
tim High Altitude Cook Book. Mrs.
1 Nellie Rose, Mrs. Mary Wanlass
1 and Mrs. Maggie Wixom each
I wl sang a vocal solo and Miss Hazel
,'gjj Edwards pleased all present with
'hu an instrumental selection on the
J1 At the conclusion of the meet-
cow wg delicious refreshments were
1 Mrs. O L Winters will enter-
1(f 0 tain the Club two weeks hence.
r ,......u I uacuou. liUU by citizens have 1 n I yyhe
d mac made rerentlv in Anhiirn V v v...
August 24 8r 25
Via 0 S. L. and Union I'acltlc Re
durcd rates t Denver, Omaha, Kansas
City, Chicago aod many other points
Limit October 31st. See agents fur rate
hihI furlher particulars. at 22
To Our Subscribers.
The latent ruling of the Post Office
Department la, that Uncle Sam will not
cany newspapers at the present rate, If
th" subscribers arc more than one year
in arrears with subscriptions. The offi
cials practically insist that subscriptions
must lie pld in advance Uncle Sam
does not pretend to dictate as to how our
business shall be conducted, but he In
rials that he will not deliver papers to
those who do not pay up their subscrip
tion, as he l not in the postal business
for the pleasure of It altogether.
Now we do not want to lose your sub
scription. We need It and yon ought,
by all means, to have our paper, ho lets
(jet together and comply with the require
ments of the governnieat, thereby mak
ing lile more pleasant for us all.
Excurson to Salt Lake and Ogden
August 22nd via Oregon Short l.luo.
Hate from Ourland will be 3 15 to Salt
Lake. Tickets limited to ten days. 9t
BUY ONE Send ons to your fri
ends what? Why a booklet of Oar
land, 42 panes, price 60c. Call at
the Globe office or at The Foulger Co
and see It. It's a gem. if
Excursion to Salt Lake and Ogden
August 22nd. via Oregon Short Line.
Rate from Oarland will be $8.15 to Salt
Lake. Tickets limited to ten days 2t
A Boon to Eldei ly iv,.,, i.
Most elderly people have some kidney
or bladder disorder that is both painful
and dangerous Foley's Kidney Kemedy
has proven a boon to many elderly people
as It stimulates the urinary organs, cor
rects irregularities and tones up the whole
system. Commence taking Foley's Kid
ney Remedy at once and be vigorous.
Rlter Ilroa Oarland and Tremonton Drug
n Answering Advertisements I
Capson's threshing crew made a good
run at Manning's slacks Tuesday. An
average of 44 bushels per minute was
made throughout the entire run.
BLANK VOrHS-For sale at
this office. 10c per dozeu
Mrs. P A Nordquist left Thursday
morning to visit relatives in Ogden.
Mrs. A I Orovcr is visiting relatives in
Mrs. Israel Hunsaker and Miss I. mm
Carter of Brighatn City, gavu Mrs.
Jennie Wallls a pleasant call Tuesday.
Mis. F. A.Cook and daughter Ruby,
of Tremont, were guests of Mrs. Nellis
B. F. Boothe spent lest Sunday with
his family In II rig bam.
The many friends of Mrs. Herbert B.
Foulger will he pleased to learn that she
returned from Ogden General hospital
last Friday evening and Is favorably
recovering from the r-ceut operation she
WINES and Mquora for Medicinal
purposes at Rlter Bros Drug Store, tf
A card from Supt. T. II. Edwards
with a handsome picture of the Ameri
can Falls theieon and bearing the follow
ing note came to our desk one day this
week: "Don't worry about T. II. E.
I'm taking in the sights."
P. C Petterson of Ogden was trans
acting business here the fore part of this
Mrs. II. Swlnyard of Logau spent Mon
day in Garland.
No one is immune for kidney trouble,
so just remember that Foley's Kidney
Remedy will stop the irregularities and
euro any caso of kidney or bladder
trouble that ia not beyond the reach of
medicine. Rlter Uros. Garland and Tre
monton Drug Store.
We carry a complete linn of burial
caskets. Tremont Furniture Co. tf
Farmers who have grain to sell can do
well by couferlng with Thos Wise, Gar
land, Utah, aj tf
How to Avoid Appendicitis.
Most victims of appendicitis are those
who are habitually coustlpated. Foley's
Orlno Latative cures chrunlc nonstlpa
tlon by stimulating the liver and bowels
aud restores the uatural action of the
bowels. Foley's Orlno Laxative does
not nauseate or gripe and Is mild and
pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes.
Rlter Broa. Garland and Tremonton Drug
Two hours of novel
and exciting FUN
Endorsed by Press, Pulpit and
Attention. Asthnu Sufferers,
Foley's Honey and lar will give im
mediate relief to asthma differs and ban
cured many cases that bad refused to e
yield to other treat incuts Foley 's Honey
and Tar is the best reutfdy for coughs, y
colds aud all throat aid lung trouble WL ,
(Villains no harmful drugs. Kiter Ilros tK,
Garland aud TreuimiOn Drug Store. IP
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