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J. F. Owens and wife and Epfa Coombs and wife leave this evening OO a trip to the Alaska-Yukon Exposition to be gone for about 10 days. Riley Patton and Paul Tipton of Payson were sight-seeing in Garland last Saturday. D. B. Fonlger and Mosiuh . Evans were angling bass in w Bear Wivor Canyon Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chase Cdoason were made h a p p y Sunday evening by the arrival of a line Son. Miss Maggie Creer left Sun day to spend a week or ten days in Spanish Fork. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Preston and Miss Nellie Barnard return ed Monday from an outing in Bear River canyon. A. .1. Lundquist, wife and family left Tuesday for their ranch in the Malad Valley where they will spend the summer. If your liver h sluggish and out of tone, and you feci dull, bilious, con stipated, lukc ii dOM of Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight be foro retiring and you will be all right in the niornint;. Sold by All Dialers. WANTED-Teams to haul 400 tons of gravel for the Utah Idaho Sugar Co. See J. T. Lant for further particulars. It Miss Mildred (I rover of Logan, niece of W. L. Grover, is visit ing relatives here this week. Dysentery is a dangerous disease but cau be cured. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kciucdy has been successfully used in nine epidemics of lysentcry. It has never been known to fail. It is equally valuable for child ren and adults, and when reduced with water and sweetened, it is pleasant to take. Sold by All Dealers, Miss Nora Boothe went to Salt Lake yesterday. The English Landlord. In England there has been no agV taticn similar to that which we have known in Ireland, because the English jt country gentleman is taught from V childhood to lake a more liberal view of his responsibilities than the Irish landlord. Country Life. The Crime of Idleness. Idleness means trouble for any one. Its the same with a lazy liver. It cans es constipation, headache, jaundice, sal low coinplecliou, pimples ami blotches, loss of appetite, uauscu, but Dr. King's New Life l'ills soon banish liver trou bles and build up your health. 25c at All Druggists. The Railroad Death Rate. Returns of the Interstate commerce commission show that in the year end ing Juno 30, 1904, there were 10.04G persons killed and 84,168 injured on the railways in the United States. Of these 70,699 were employes, of whom 3,032 were killed and G7.0G7 injured. The greater part of the remaining cas ualties were suffered by trespassers, Of whom 6,105 were killed and 0,194 injured. It is presumed that for acci dents to persons classified us trespas Bers the railways were In no sn.su responsible. INLAND EMPIRE EXPOSITION. The Inland Empire Exposition, wlii'-h will take the place of the Utah State Fair this year, is plannid to be one of the largest and most extensive exposi tlons ever attemptsd by any state in the Union. The nnme Inland Empire Ex position was suggested to siguify an ex hibition showing the progress and de velopment of the great Inland Empire, and the people who has transformed a barren desert into a great and prosper ous commonwealth. In 1847 the great expanse of territory west of the Rooky Mountains was a vast desert, inhabited only by Indians and wild animals. The pioneers who blazed the trail across the mountaius laid the foundations of u great empire Sixty twoycars of growth and progress have built up a community that now'rival the world for thrift and industry. The great era of progress that is now developing in Utah and surround ing Males was decided upon as an oppor tune time to hold a great exposition to lignalfte the achievements of the people and to call the attention of the world to the rapid march of progress now taking place in the heart of tho Great American Desert. President J. O. McDonald and his associates huve planned for many mouths to make the big foil one long to he rememhered and they are being loyally supported by the many interests of the state. Mnny features entirely now will be introduced this year. In every de partment a decided improvement will be made, and one of the greatest fairs in the history ofjiny state is already assured. The year 1909 lias been an exceptionally prosperous one with Utah farmers and requests for space from agriculturists atone would tax the capacity of every building on the grounds. Practically every manufacturer who had an exhibit last year has asked for double space and with the many new manufacturers now in the field, tho manufacturers' building will be crowded to its capacity. The mining men have taken a hold of the aiTair with great enthusiasm, and plans have just been completed for the erection of a huge mountain which will contain the workings of a thoroughly equipped mine. Arrangements will be made for passage ways to allow visitors to pass In and out of the mine to inspect the workings. The details will he carri ed out exactly the same as in a real mine and the "Mountain of Ore" will uo doubt prove to be a great novelty. The livestock department is being given Special attention Already more entries have been received than were ever made for a stale fair in the west, and a great many more are promised. New premiums arc being olTered in special classes which adds increased Interest. The big livestock parade will be the big event of the fair. Au entile afternoon has been set apart for it and everything possible will be done to make it a success. Horse races at nights by electric lights will be one of the novel ties. The half mile track will be brilliantly lighted making a very pleas ing spaotaola. Horse races will he bold each afternoon in which a long list of the best horses in the west will be entered. 'I he amusement features have been planned on a very extensive scale. Secretary Horace S. Ensign has been in communications with the largest amuse ments companies of the country, and in addition has received hundreds of offers of very impoitaut attractions. With the pick of the amusement world at his disposal, Mr. Ensign promiccs that the "Desert" as the amusement avenue will bo called, will rival thc'Pay Streak," "Street of Cairo" and other f ATTENTION FARMERS: jf Two carloads off new Oat and Barley bags X S and a car off Calcutta 12 oz. Wheat bags (g A will be here in ample time to meet require- K ffl ments. Prices right. Jg Q A full line of Farm Machinery, tools and miscellaneous l supplies. Lumber, cement, doors, windows and build- TO ing material. Pipe and fixtures, laboratory and bath (6 fp room supplies. U. B. Separators and gasoline engius. M (A A Miuaturo Water System Come and see it. We have them for sale. ti gf laVTbay Should bo in Every Homejtt I Farmers' Cash J nion, I David Holmgren, Mgr. X Tremonton, Utah, gj 3l ; 0 Z great features of the country's big fairs. The big spectacle of the exposition will he "The Battle of the Paliiw." For this event over I hundred real Indians will be brought from the govern ment reservations and tho same number of "whites" will be employed. The scene will depict as true to details as possible an attack of Indians on a pio neer camp. Pain's Fireworks will be used to provide the necessary embellish ments and the greatest spoctcclc BTtT NOB in the west is promised. The field ir.side the race track will be utilized for this purpose, and will also contain an Indian village. During the week an Indian carnival will be held and tho natives will conduct war dances, rain dances, son and moon dances as well as Indulging in all manner of native spoils. The decorations of tho buildings and grounds wili be very elaborate. Plans for the work are now under way and will include some innovations. Thl inland Empire Exposition will be held at the State Pair grounds from October 4th to 6th and Indications are that all attendance records will be broken. In buying a cough medicine don't be afraid to get Cliambeilain's Cough He in- i cdy. There is no danger from it, and relief is sure to follow. Especially re commended for coughs, colds and whooping cough. Sold by All Dealers. "The Box Elder Boosters," in a fine Cadillac touring car passed through Cnrland Thurs day. The party consisted of W. D. S. Harrington, .1. P. Holmgren, president of the Bear Rivet Valley Commercial Club and John Craghead. Mr. Harrington, the chief Booster, has secured a suite of rooms in the D. L. Eddy Building at Brigham and will issue the first copy of the Box Elder Booster about Oct. 1sl. It is to be a monthly magazine devoted to boosting Box Elder and aiding the Commercial Clubs in boost ing everything that will help the business interest! in the county. Boost with tlie Boost ers. When the digestion is all right, the action of the bowels regular, there is a natural craving for food. When this Is lacking you may kuo.v that you need a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. They strengthen the digestive organs, improve the appililc and regulate the bowels. Sold by All Dealers. Mrs. Charlie Edwards return ed Wednesday night fromLehi. where she went to attend the funeral of her sister's baby. Editor W. H. Oftpwel nd wife of the Tremont Times, ac companied by Mr. and Mrs. Preston and Mr. Jackson of Dallis, Pa., passed through Garland Monday on a return tour of sight-seeing in the Bear Bivcr Valley. Mr. Preston and Mr Jackson are (!AK veterans. Granulated Sore Eyes Cured. "For twenty years I suffered from a bad cuse of granulated sore eyes," says Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "In February, 1903, a gentleman asked me to try ChambcilainVs Salve. I bought one box and used about two-thirds of it and my eyes have not given me any trouble since." This salve is for sale by All Dealers. A-Y-P Exposition Rates Via Oregon Short Line. 38.1)0 from Garland to Seattle and re turn; on sale daily commencing June 1st. Ask agents for further part iculars. My29-Oct? SUBSCRIBE FOR THE GLOBE. Seared With A Hot Iron, or Molded by overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by slammed door injured by gun or in any other way the thin;; needed at oucc Is Hucklen's rnl'" Snlve to subdue intlammation and kill the pain. It's earth's supreme healer, Infallible for Hoils, Ulcers, Fever Sores, Ec7.ema and Files. 28c at All Druggists. A-Y-P Exposition Rates Via Oregon Short Line. M8J0 fiom Out laud to Seattle and return; on Sale daily commencing June 1st. Ask aucnts for further port Ionium. My20-Oct3 Very Low Rates. Reduced rates via (). S. L. to Seatle and return Aug. 21st and 22nd. Pound trip 50.00. Ac count Utah Day Aug. 20. .'00 High School Students will be present. Grand Estiffod Aug 27th end 2Hth Salt Lake Tuber naele choir 12.") voices. Tickets on sale Aug. 21 and 22nd only; good for return Oct Hist. a!4-21 MVQIU.DS NEATEST SEWIN8 MACHINE fe J.IGHT RUNNING pwhonF m -r -- Ifynn wnnl either a VibratlnttShome, Itotiiry Shuttle oi- s Hingis Thread ICMtoSNMkJ Hewing Mm hlne wrile lo THE NEW HOME 8EWIN0 MACHINE COMPANY Orange, Mass. Mauv -wii'K Mini MnMM ninilclosell tcgafiltcMOl quality, but the New Home HI made la wear. Our j;u:ir..uly I eeT turn. out. Holtl by iMtlhorizcil dealer only. KK SA1-H UV E. E. Brenkmann, Tremonton, Utah. Ve would ho pleased to have our read ers, and tho puhlic generally, scud in such Items of news as may come under their observation, such as births, deaths, marriages, goings and comings, etc. Many things transpire that we may over look, hence we ask you to assist us in this matter that- we may bo able to pub lish am. tho news. ' - JjasaaOaV.slji ili" L-SSrt) .1 IT promptly obtained In all countries, or NO FCK ffi H 7RADi.lAnKS, ( areata and ( upynifhts ryii- BJ tend. Send hkrtrh. Model ur I'liulu, for fti-o B report on patentability. ALL ausiNKSft H STRICTLY CONflDKNTIAL. Patent practice exclusively. Fur iu"m references. Wideawake inventors should have our hand- H book onHowtooUalnand hell patents, What m- B IB yen! ions will i-:ty.l low it j.m t u part in-i ,utid teller B B valuable information, bent free to any aUdreaa. B ID. SWIFT & CO J 501 Seventh St., Washington, D. U.B Anyone sending a iVet rh end description may oulcUly u'ertuin our op. nun froo whether an riirentlon I prohablf pnlS,,,.,"J'!ftj onimunlee, tlinisnti ictly roiill.lentliil. HANDBOOK on I'nti-uta lent free. Olripnt aitoiiry for aecurinf pateiila. 1'ateuia taken tliroUKli Munu A. Co. receive tf trial notice, without charge, lu the Scientific African. A handiomely lltttrtrated weekly. T.areett clr dilation of any aelenilUo Journal, 'j erma, SJ a year: four monthi, St. Bold by oil newadealera. MUNN&Co'''8' "New York Branuh Omco. &f V Bt.. Washington. D.O. - Garland Meat Market QWM, THOMAS, Prop. Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds Coupon Books Sold I' Free Delivery" to at a Big Discount for Cash I ALL l'AUT8 OF TOW (live us u trial and we will do the rest HT Chickens and Veal Wanteds I BIBBI The Stork visitod v homo H of Mr. end Mlli Jos. F. Dcvey M Auir 12tli tnid left with then a H ohanning daughter and return- ed iiKiun early Bnnday mom- M iiitf with a pretty little girl for M Mi-. iukI Mrs. Geo Bttrland. M Th( l-inontlroM baby of Mr. H and Mrs. H. J. Stewart of H Lehl, died iii thtit city Sunday morning. Ifn Charlie Ed- wards of this city, who is a H sister of Mrs. Stewart, took tho M train for Lehi Snndny morning. M The funeral services were held M Monday and the remains wero M interred in the Lehi cemetery. M asBBBj Very Low Rates, RedttOed rates via O. S. L. to M Seatle and return Aug. 21st and M 22nd. Hound trip $90.60. Ac- count Utah Day A. 98. .'100 llij:li School Students will ho M present. Grand EstilTod Aug M L'Tth and L'Hth Salt Lake Taher- naele choir 186 voices. Tickets M on sale Aug 21 and 22nd only; M good for return Oct .'list. al4-21 M Tw.is A Glorious Victory. M There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn. A t man's life has been saved, and now Dr. H King's New Discovery is the talk of tho H town for curing C. V. Pepper of deadly H lung hemorrhages "I could not work H nor get ahoiit ," he writes, "and tho doc- H tors did mc no good, hut, after using H Dr. King's New Discovery three weeks, H I feel like a new man, and cau do good H work again." For weak, sore or diseased M lungs, Coughs and Colds, Hemorrhages, H Hay Fever, l.aCrippc, Asthma or any H Bronchial atTcction it stands unrivaled. H Price 50c and 1 00. Trial hottlo free. M Sold and guaranteed hy All Druggists. H Probate and Guardianship Notices. WM Consult County Clerk or the respec- H tivc signers for further informatioo. K In the District Court of the First M Judicial District, in and for the County H of Box Elder, State or Utah. ' I Notice to Creditors. Estate of Joseph M. Harris, H Deceased. Creditors will present claims H with vouches to the undersign- H ed at tho office of Nels Jensou, H in Brigham City, Box Elder H County, Utah, on or before tho seventh day of December, A. D. H 1900. H Date of lirst publication Aug. 7, A. D. 1909. a7-s4 OSCAR HAKBIS, H . Administrator of the estate H of- Joseph m. Harris, Deceased. H Nels Jenaon, H Attorney for Administrator. H I Slogans I I XFRISC I I Sew inif Machine! I runs lighter than any I H other. I I ItSPFREE I I lasts longer than any I I other. I I tsFREE I I is more beautiful than I any other. I I iFREE I I has less vibration 1 than any other. I I tsCFREE I is easier to operate 9 than any other. xFREE I makes a more perfect H stitch than any other. "FREE I is the best of all com- I bincJ in one. FREt SEWING MACHINE CO. I CHICAGO ti ILLINOIS E fl For Sale by I , Garland Merc. Co. I