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Wjk THE GARLAND GLOBE WW$ I.A.Wixom, . . Editor wd Mngr. Telephone No 52 Red EJ.j"' (Formerly Wj-att's Butcher Hhnp.) jBS Knu-ri"! u Mennit-rUiM matter February 17. Rm 106, at the pout office at fiartanrf. Utah, under tS tB Ar' ConaruM of March S, 187S. TfA Subscribers who fall l receive their . Jv papers regularly, please notify thin office fT Saturday, Jnn. 16, 1909 I ITEMS OF INTEREST. Mr. Jejnnlt Wnllis wns visiting her parent! in Bright- City Mon day. Mrs. David Darton went to Oir den Tuesday to htte Iter eyes treat ed h an eve socialist. WINES Slid LfeWOn f"r Medicinal porpoMtat IM'er Hroa i)rup Store, tf The Garland Mercantile Co. close. 1 Wedni iday and Thurs day for StOCV Inktlirr. C. W . Ktltld on ami J. C. Knudson of Brigham fame out to assist in tlte work. roll sai.k on TRADB Hoais nnri lot on Faetory street. Apply to Dnvld MrFersnn. tf Mrs. j. ft, Standing of Collinston has the guest of Mrs. G. W. Miller Monday and Tuesday. Site retur ned home, accompanied by Mrs. Miller, who was her guest a few 1 lavs this week. H. J. Otte of the Montpelier hranch of Kiter liros. I rntr Co., spent this week in Garland assist inn Manager S. C. Williams in in voicing tin- firm's stock in this city. Miss Mahle Yanflect has also been 1 hcliitip; them in this arduous task. If ou receive a copy of the (Iarland flloli,- with "Sample copy" written OB I lie eofBSf, uinembcr I lull it is an Invita tlon for you to subscribe. SI ..Ml will elvc yon tlie ('.lobe "- weeks and ton cannot afford In lie without JTMf home paper. This wtvk the Ctah-ldaho Sugar Co. sold to I'enjamin llnnsaker of lloneyville the residence now occu pied lv John C. Wlu-elon, president of the town board. Mr. Wheilon will commence the erection of a modem residence on Factory street, near the ("bib House right away. KOtt SALE. -4-rtooin House with pnnlry ami eloaet. Inquire at The FouIrit Company. tf The phohihition movemeia has strnck Garland. A petition or proc laniaiion in the Legislature was ad opted at the Stake Conference Sun ny and since thin it has been cir culated for signers. Many names have alread) been added to the list. Mrs. Geo, I", drover has been quite rick this week with vheiima lism of the In art. FOR SALE Towi lots 01 Pao loi ami Main st lets. I'.n pilrc at ihc (iarlaml Mcivatito Oo, t f Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I.. Jensen 1 were tendered a very pleasant wed- ; dini; reception at the home of Mr. 1 ami Mrs. Qaro Barnard last Satur day. An excellent dinner was ier veil and the VOUng couple were the iceipiiiits uf man beautiful and useful gifts, About fifty invited sssosta were present. In the even inp a deKdous luncheon was served and all present K'tit a very pit I esvnsng in music, ringing and social conversatiiui. Mr. and Mrs. Jen- ken left Monday for Brigham City Ait to reside for the future. BLANK VOTFS-Eor sale a-till- nil;, e. 10- per dOMB There is no case on record of a SMS, ootd or lacrippc developing Into aMBBionla after Foley ' Honey and Tar bus been taken, ai II curei the mat ob il Inate deep eeati d coughs itini oolda Whj take anythlni Kohl 1 niter liros. Garland, and Tre. inonliui dlUR store, Tn-monton. .' Tin II.uii1m.iiii si Lot of Holiday Goods This tow 11 bai evi 1 seen v ' ' We'll venture that's what . ym you'll say wlieii yon tee the Wee bowing in i S (' nn now ami look them -tsJ over, if yon see anything you'd '"?B like, we'll lay it away until want- (g ; This will give you a ehanea to choose cully anil yon know rr?T varly choosini,' j. !,iu;ivs best bi- ) OaUM there arc always soine ,. thlnirs here at the beginning to R- ) tr liking that you won't Bind W Intel 9 Tha showing Inalndei Pocket BB Hooks, Card Cases. Manicure ft-I Sets, Combs, llrusl. Cn.Ms, Toilet MMj Sits, is ifiime QassSi Crockery HH ware, Jcwelcry , Toys, etc 1 I Kite. Bros. I Druo Co. B Logan and Uurlaud, L'tab, B t Franklin, Montpelier and Preston, H R Idaho. COLLINSTON. l-'.van Morgan and Jim Howcutt were transacting business in Ogden Thursday and Fritlay of last week. Dr. R. J. Smith and F.van Mor I'ati altendid the mcetino; of the Hoard of County Commissioners at Brigham Monday, Jan. 4th. Mr. Morgan requested the board that he be permitted to withdraw as one of the bondsmen of A. M. Drown. A petition to the Legislature re- questmg that body to pass a local option or prohibition law is being circulated here and most everybody is signing it. A grand ball will be given at Plymouth's new $ooo meeting house next Wednesday evening, Jan. 20th. l!ig house-warminir event. A grand character ball was given at the Fielding hall Thursday night. Quite a number of our citizens at tended. ( bir public schools gave n very pleasant entertainment Friday ev ening. Fife's sorrel team of Garland ran ' awa hen Monday, completely de molishing the rig. Wayne Morgan and Dr. 1. J. Smith went over to (iarland Tues day and while there wire patients of )r. C. V. Richards, Jr., dentist. Jan. 14. M. AMUSEMENT HAM BEING TAINTED. G. W. Mowry, the painter, begun the work of giving the ( iarland Am usement Hall a coal of paint the fore part of this week. The ward, through subscriptions, is furnishing the materia and the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. has contributed the ser vices of Mr. Mowry, who will make the building present a very inviting appearance within the next week or SO. A. R. LUNDSTEDT Tailor. Clo i tiies rilea wed, pressed and repaired, Suits imiile to order. Owens block, Qarland, Utah, tf ENTERTAINMENT FOR EVERY HOME. THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH plsys your kind of music no matter What it is a here and us ou like it. The best, latest and most popular records, Leave your orders for any pedal 1 1. Call and bear the very bit. 1 See our line Of Pilled nml Solid Gold Watchc, Diamond iuuks, Broaobee, Pins, Ktc, Ktc. JW LEWIS, JEWELER LOCAL Agent for Fdlson Phonee and it irda niter Bros, Block. St. Marv's Academy. IALT LAKE CITY, I TAIL Batabllahed In 1878 under the dirse iion of tin- Bitten of the Holy 'i w from the well-known and juatly cele brated st Mury's ..f tie Immaculate Conception, Notre Dame, Indiana, the Mother Home, where thej are prepared for tlieli great work proper education of j o'lth. The bulldlngi are brick itb stone trimmings, All pints ,,1 ,,,. institution heated by steam and lighted by gas mul electricity; bath raonu luppiied with hot and oold water, tonoectlng w it 1 leeplng apartments. All class rooms, stiiev loiiin, dormitories, etc . arc wall llghtt .t and tboroughlj rentulated, The Ideal Scho.-)l for Girls. The education given 'it lit, Mary'i li both practical and oomprebeualre, Iti geueral purpeesa being to prepare you og Indies to till the plans ,,i which they may be destined, with honor to them si'visatnl bciictit In their fellow crca lures, NOTICE. I'nit.Hl StaU-a Ind Offlrc, .Salt Lakr I Utr. UUh. rpc.mbr 21. 190S. To whom It may concern Notice In hereby Kivon tht the State of Utah han filed in thin office a Hut, Serial No. 0121-), of land elected by the Raid State, under Section of the Act of Oinjrrene, approved July lfi. 1R94. aa Indemnity School l.mi.l-. viz: SKI I I'WIl Sec. IB: Nl-2 SEl-t: NE1-4 SWM; lot S. flee. 21. T. 12 N.. R. 19 W., 8. L. M. A copy of mid list, ao far aa It relataa to aald tracta hy deecriptlve uhdlvisionH. haa been connpicuomly imatei in thin office for Inspection by any riernon interented and hy the public irener ally Thin notice will be pubiinhed for Ave (5) mie ceiwive weekn. and during thla periml. under do parmenta! refrulation of April 25. 1D07. protenta or content!, airainat the claim of the State to any of the tracts or nuNllvini'tni. hereintiefure described, on the (rround that the same Is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural purpns, will be re ceived and noted for report to the General I .an. I Office at Washington, D. C. Failure ao to protest or contest, within the time Hpeciflcl, will be consi dered sufficient evidence of the non-mineral char acter of the tracts and the selection thereof, being otherwise free from objection, will be recommen-di-d for approval. E. V. R. THOMPSON. Jau. 2-30 Register. State Relief Committee Italian Sufferer's fund The Stnte Committee Is soliciting funds for the relief of the sufferers of the recent terrible earthquake and tidal wares which defeated the Pro vince of Calabria, the island of siei ly nnd other districts of the KlnR ilom of Italy. A subscription list was presented to the Olobe with In structions to collect means for this worthy cause. The public Is eordl nlly Invited to call at this office nnd contribute to the fand. A FREE 96 PAGE DAIRY FOR OUR READERS. We take pleasure In announcing I that any of our readers can secure a fine 88 page dairy for 1909, by send ing 1! cents postage to D, Swift & Co., Patent Lawera, Washington, D. c. This dairy Is worth 2,"i cents, anil con tains 10 pages of valuable informa tion, such as the crop production of liins hy stales; brief but valuable points of every-day lnw nnd patent laws; business forms, and population of all cities and states, etc, nnd 75 blank pages. dl9-J9 A RELIGIOUS AUTHOR'S STATEMENT. For several years I was afflicted with kidney trouble .-.ml last winter I was suddenly stricken with B MTSra pain In my kidneys and was confined ii) bed eight days unable to get up without assistance. My urine con tained a thick white sediment and I d same frequently day and night, I commenced taking Filler's Kidney Remedy, and the pain grad ually abated and finally ceased and my urine bee. Hue normal, i cheer fully recommend Foley's Kidney Re. medj Bold by Rlter Bros, Garland, and Tremonton drug store, Trenton ton, T W Whitaker, EXPERT CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Estimates Furnished Free. ah Wink Guaranteed. Contracts taken From Foundation to Painting CALL UP 37-0-Y-2 FARMERS LINE. There lire time separate depart incuts In the school to which the pupils ale aaaigned according to sge. Each de partment is virtually a distinct Institu tion with Its own Instruct. irs, plaj grounds ami dormitories. The nexi sebolastis year will begin February 1st. The course Of study includes nil rS uhir linos of instrueloin from the I'ri miiry grade to the hlpbeel branches of the Academic, and In addition, special courses, such ns Ouiumerctal Course, Reading, Literature, .Music, Draw log. Painting, etc, Willi., si l.i ted as special prises In our Voting Contest one Commercial Court in St. .Mnry 's Academy , valii.il al 180.00 and also one Musical Course In St Mar) s Academy, valued at M6.00. All Hallows College, SALT LAN CITY, UTAH Prominent among the model educa tional Institutions of Ball I. like CltJ anil Inferior to bobs, Is All Hallows Collage, a school for lto s For the children of parents living re- NOTICE. United States Land Office, Sait Lake City, Utah. December 21. 106. To whom it may concern: Notice Is harehy irlven that the State of Utah has filed In this office a list. Serial No. 011X19, of lands selected by the said State under sec tion 6 of the Act of Conaress, approved July 16. 1R94. aa Idemnity School Lands as follows, vti: Sl-2 NE1-4 Sec. 15; SW1-4 SE1-4 Sec. 33, T. 13 N., R. 19 W., 8. L. M. A Copy of said list, so far aa It relatea to said tracts by de scriptive subdivisions, has been conspicuously posted In this office for inspection hy any person interested nnd hy the public Renerally. This notice will lie published for five (5) successive weeks and during this period, under departmental Instructions of April 25. 1907, protest or contesta attains! the the claim of the State to any of the tracts or subdivisions hereinliefore described, on Hi. K-roiind that the same is more valuable for mineral than for aariculturai purtioses, will be re civisd and noted for rein.rt to the General Land Office at Washington D. C. Failure so to protest or contest within the time specified, will be consi dered sufficient evidence of the non-mineral char acter of the tracts and the selection thereof, be inir otherwise free from objection, will be re commended for approval. E. D. R. THOMPSON. Jan. 2-30 Koaiater. SMPLE REMEDY FOR LAGRPPE. Racking lagrtppa coughs that mny develop Into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar. The sore and inflamed lungs are healetl nnd strengthened, and the dangerous condition Is qule- I klv averted. Take only Foley' . Honey and Tar in the yellow pack age. Sold by niter liros., Garland and Tremonton Drug Store, Tremon ton. 4-3-18 b. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (PUBLI8HBB). DBPARTMBNT OF THE INTERIOR, V. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah. Dec. IS, 190S. Notice Is hereby given that .lohn j Miller, of Pnrk Valley, Utah, who, on February 10, 1902, made Homestead Application No. 1 1888, Serial, No. 01154, for E. H, 8. W. nnd S. Mt S. E. Vi, Section 30, Township 13 North, Range 12 West, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of inten tion to make final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above .lo; crlbeil, before the clerk of the Dis trict court, nt Brigham City, Utah. on the 5th dny of February, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: I Jacob Kunzler, of Rosette, Utah, .lames . Palmer and Adam Larson, of Park Valley 1'tah and Nels Jensen of Drigham City, I'tah. .1. D. Call, E. D. R. Thompson, Attorney. Register. d2C-J30 I I QEORGE MELDRUM Q ainter, I apcr Hanger & Sign-writer ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Tremont, 4 Utah E. V. Schneider, Dealer in Fine Candles. Ice (.ream, Soda Water, lit c- Orangcs, Bananas and Fresh Fruit in Season Garland, Utah DIOlfl from the College, It U mi Ideal home, nnd tin ir moral training joei hand in band with the ediieiitiouiii training of their minds. The buildings ere oom modloui mid modern In every way. The new building recently erected contains sity rooms, arranged with s view to comfort and convciiii -iiee, being well ven tulatsd and lighted and fitted up with the latest Improreroeats. While the school wns originally In tended as an educational institution for children of Catholic pan ms. its Bald Iih bei n widened so Unit cliildlen of all dl - nominations are admitted on the tame terms and enjoy t In- Same lines of stuih and sunn ears of thai) moral training, For Boys and Young Men. In addition to grade teachings, Al HaHowa College maintains thru higher courses, the Qommeroial, Scientific and Classical The grade Bourses Ideltide the minim and primary oourssi for be ginners and Academic OOlirSSS pnpHiii tory to blithe! courses. Tin buys Ban a Hoe unlfolin cadet Irock bottom! 'I I PRICES! I l Men's Arties that were $1.60 Now $1.30 sp H m Men's Captains that were $2.50 Now $2.10 Qj i II Men's Portlands that were $2.50 Now $2.10 pyfj j 3S Men's 4-buckle all rubber r L. arj Overshoes that were $3.00 Now 2.60 jg Ir M Corresponding Prices on all Heavy Rubber Goods. pH m t"I llaiffil Baa Sg We have a few bargains in Men's and Boy's Clothes, Sg f sM Hosiery and Uuderwear. gg 1 II A We are ON TOP with these lines. X W ! ?-? Prices on groceries absolutely guaranteed. I H SEE OUR FINE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS. q j '"llinfl II W ,mvt' "n .,':v"',,,,,lt l,n'' of CHINA WAREIffS) gj j -rj5j v-llllltJ I Tou'll miss It if you don't tee our line before going rai rpi-n . sleewbere, We hare the largest and moi complete Ki LJ w9PC II 'lock to select from at prices lower tbmi tbe lowest ,' W. L. GROVER & SONS, I WHERE THE TEAMS STOP. j Figure with us on IrV. LUMBER AND building f spj-a-H-a-MniM-a MATERIAL. j Furniture and Hardware, I RAINTS, OILS AND GLASS Ranyes & Heaters, Carpets, Ruga and Linoleum WATCH IOR OUR BiflREJViOVAL SALE ,1 8v S ( ) ( ) N . N"aa- JENSEN BROS. , I 0ARLAND, X X t t X UTAH If -ss The Tremont I o. a. woodward I Liquor House 1,(p i I SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES. 1 Case of Beer S3.50 On Return of Case $1.00 Rebate 1 Barrel Bottled Berr S10.50 On Return of Bottles S3.00 Rebate. . And Everything Else in Proportion. This includes Becker's Beat ant. Fisher's Ball Lake Beer We also handle PAB8T and BLUE RIBBON Beer, PLEASE CALL AND SEE US. I t; (SCHOLARSHIPS PREeJ Corp and In ass ball I under the) best leaders obtainable In addition the have tine football, biiketlmll and base ball tennis. 'e feel thai the oontestsat who is fortunate enough to secure the twelve months' course complete in All Hallows College, valued st MOO, whloh ws will glvi away In out Voting Contest , is to be congratulated, Utah Business College, ba.lt Lajci crry, i tail A school for practical business ediica- tii m open io either young ladies or young gentlemen. This school makes h speol ally of tlMinir ambitious young people for reliable, accurate and rapid steno graphers and bookkeepers in the bust time necessary Their ionises lire pruc ileal , thorough and up-to-deta, and in i few months' time will tit student for lucrative position . The fin uit is made up of thoroughly expei ieneeii, refined members who are all persons with practical uxperSSBOS In tin business world. The school is open for bath day and f evening sessions so as to accommodate . k not only tbosi who can ;jin their time to the school work In da) time, bul also 'l'i in assisi those who tm working days and can go to school evenings, A Complete Business Course. i No other school in the Inter-uiountaln district offers as complete 01 mure eon scii niiuus training in bookkeeping and supplementary subjects, short band. touch typewriting, business correspon dence, penmsBsbip and Ecnglisb com position, and the I'tah Business College, without a doubt, turns out the speediest operators in the West. Ten separate contestants in our great Voting Contest can seoure ;t months' M 'j course of Instruction In the Utah Busi- L boss College valued st -7.fo each, and ,'S ws fsel certain these ten prises ill du the winner! more good tbsn any other ten prizes in the entire list Thirteen Seholarships in These Three Schools to he Given Away in our Voting Contest January 23rd. CARSTENSEN & ANSON C 0., sgt Lake atv, u.ah. ! I