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IThe Garland Globe
B 1 A.Wixom, . . Editor anil Mngr.
m Telephone No 52
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Ob yar(ln advance) ..1160
Six month .75
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B Enlorwl m hccuiiiI-i'Iiihii tnallri rVbruary 17,
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H tliu Acl of CniiKPJCH of March 8, lh7W.
H BuWrlbora who fail to receive their
H papati regular I, please Qotifj thtoofBoe
H We told you to "cut out tlir
H wescU," i. iii you haven't done
H it. If tin' niiirshiil fed you,
H just take your medicine find
H ting the song M HntoH to (!ct
H Up Early In the Morn." Cut
H 'mi out while he ain't lookiu'.
H We acknowledge, with thanks,
H the receipt of an invitation
m from the Washington County
M Commercial Club, to attend
Utah's "Dixie" Fruit Exhibit
H and Festival, to he held in St.
fl George September !th and 10th.
H Around the Town.
B Mrs. A. J. Fife and children
B went to liriglumi Wednesdny
H S. c. Williams Left yeeterdaj
fl for a few day's visit in the
B state capital.
H FOB BALE Farm and city
B property. See F. 1). Welling,
H Garland, Utah. i984f
B Miss Maggie Ci'eer returned
B Wednesday evening from a visit
B to Spanish Fork.
B Mrs. Nettie Wild of PfOVO, is
B spendidg a few days here with
B Mr. and Mis. J. M. Davis.
B Mr. and Mrs. Fdwin Evans of
B Salt Lake are the guests of Mr.
B ami Mrs. Mosiah Evans.
H Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Bingham
I returned last Saturday from an
B extended visit in lirigham City.
B A. M. Sorensen, collecting
fl Igenl tor the Berald-Bepubli-
H can, was here on husiness Wed-
H nesday and Thursday.
C. W. Capson's threshing
outfit left Wednesdnyfor Cache
Valley to make I big run in
Mrs. Edith L. Baker of Mercer,
sister of dohn T. Lant, rcturrn
ed home Phursday after a week's
visit in this city.
Mrs. Lucy A dark returned
Sunday evening from a sojourn
in Salt Lake and Farmititon.
Mr. and Mrs. David Dorton
were visited by the Stork last
Friday, It's a girl. All con
cerned doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wise of
Salt Lake, ipenl most of this
week in Garland on a return
trip from Marsh Valley, Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. F F. Gross re
turned Tuesday from a visit to
Buhl, Idaho, where Mr. Gross
has a fine improved ranch and
Postmaster Lorenzo And-
derton and wife of Brigham
City were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Oephni E. Anderson Sun
day. The Foulger Co. is improv
ing their property on Main street
by erecting a new fence. The
front part will be used for a sign
and bill board.
C. W. Primrose, jeweler, of
Grand Junction, Colo., ac
companied by his wife and
daughter, pent Saturday and
Sunday in this city, the guests
of J. A. Primrose and wife.
Mrs. Nephi Straw and son
of Springville, are visiting in
town this week, the guests of
Mrs. W. J. Groesbeck, who is a
sister of Mrs. Straw. Miss
Jessie Groesbeck, who has been
on a visit to Springville, return
ed home with Mrs. Straw.
Joseph E. Corbett and daugh
ter Millie, Fred Rogers, Mattie
Strong, D. C. Chapman and
Hazel Evatti went to Washakie
Sunday to visit the Indian Sun
day school. They were much
j pleased with their visit and
somewhat surprised to seethe
advancement the Indians ate
i making along educational lines.
They have a fine Sunday
Miss Lttla Keller and John
Kasmussen both of Mantua,
were married a1 the Salt Lake
Temple Wednesday. Mes
dames Mantina .lenson. Myrtle
GleaeOS and Annie Keller went
to Mantua to attend the wedding
reception which was held Thurs
Editor W. II. Capwell run
0U1 this week's issue of the
Tremont Times on the Globe's
Campbell cylender. The Times
and I'ost Office moves into a
new building next week. Mr.
Capwell is talking of installing
a gasoline engine to propell
his job press.
THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH plays
your kind of music no matter what
it is where, and n you like it.
The best, latest and most popular
records. Leave your orders for any
special records desired. Call and
hear the very latest.
See our line of Filled and Solid Gold
Watches, Diamond Rings, Broaches.
Pins, Etc., Etc.
LOCAL Agent ror Edison Phones
and Records. Rlter Bros. Block.
W T Designs
r rTVT Cop v r. ights Ac.
Anyone lending a tkrtrh and description may
quickly aacurtaln our o?.inln fre.t whether ao
Invention I probnl.,y i n eni.il 1... Communica
tion strlctjycoiiOdenfrnl. HANDBOOK on Patents
.iii fice. i)l.1et SKStM y fur set uruia patent.
Patent takvn through Munn A Co. roculrt)
tj-.' "' notice, wllhnutcl.Hrge, tu thu
A handiomely tllnntrated weekly. I urecst clr
eulatlon of any stiuiitllJc Journal. Tonus, $..
year: t our month, ft Sold byall newsdealer.
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Branch OrOoo. eSl V SU '.Vahli.itton. D.O.
I GREAT WILD WEST SHOW!!
I With the Four-State Fair, Sept 6th to I I Hi,
I Ocjden, Utah
I Afternoon and Evening
I STEER RIDERS
I AND TRICK ROPES.
H See these men, every one an attest in his line:
M h David Sparks, Dillon, Montana. (Champion of Oregon and Montana.)
m Harry Brennan, Sheridan, Wyoming. (Ex-world's ehampiou and second boat this year at
H Cheyenne Frontier day)
H Buffalo Vernon, Cheyenne, Wyoming. (Only living white man to throw steer with hands and teeth)
M Chas. E. Taylor and E. G. Taylor, Plain City, Utah. (Just Weber County fanners, watch them.)
H W. R. Thornton, Plymouth, Utah. (Just from Boxelder County.)
B Jim MeKay, Louis Clare and Robert Jim, (Full blooded bannock Indians will meet their white
m brothers on all points for the gold medals and championship of Four States.)
H ALL TO BE ECLIPSED BY
f MRS. BEE SPARKS
B Riding a Wild Steer and a Bucking Horse before the Grandstand Eaoh
EL Afternoon and Evening. 1
B Above Program in Additiou to (tegular Hacos Kach Day. No Bitra Charge Except for Heats in the Grandstand.
B General Admission Only 25c.
L Graudstaud Heats, 26 C'euts; Iteserved Seats Grandstand 00 Cents
HB UEDUCD UAlLltOAD KATKs.
norland Meat Market i
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fWM, THOMAS, Prop.-
Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds
Coupon Books Sold I Free Delivery to
at b Big Disco.mi lor ( ush I ALL t'AHTB OF TOWN
(Jive us h trial mid we will li. ilie rest ( hiekens niul V'unl Wanted lm
I ATTENTION FARMERS: . I
Two carloads of new Oat and Barley bags ir
3 and a car of Calcutta 12 oz. Wheat bags fv
fO will be here in ample time to meet require- K
yQ ments. Prices right. S(p
Qm A full line of Form Machinery, tools and miseellaneoiis Q
& lUpplies. Lumber, cement, doors, windows and build- CJJ
n ing material. Pi)e and fixtures, laboratory and bath
JW room supplies. U. S. Separators and gasoline engins. wt
()) A Miua'urc Water System Come, and see it. We have them for sale d
t( BluThey Should he in F.veiv HomeJg
I Farmers' Cash Union. 1
p David Holmgren, Mgr. X Tremonton, Utah, fk
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C. J. CAMPBELL NOTARY PUBLIC and
aaaTarn"iiTan INSURANCE AGENT
GARLALD, . . . UTAH ,
JC AtlfEBIC GARLAND.
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Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries
P Fish and Game in Season
CATTLE AND HOGS BOUGHT AND SOLD IN CARLOAD LOTS
A Complete Line of Staple Grcceries Constancy On Hand.
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THE 6ARLAN3 6LU8
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Uquors
iGarLnd, Utah and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Room in Connection.
Don't Let Whiskey Gel the Best of You Get the Ikst of Whiskey at the Club
"S5 J. W. LEWIS, THE JEWELER
For Fine Rings, Watches, Clocks, Cut Glass and Jewelry.
Flrat Class Repairing a Specialty. Rltar Brea. Block, Garland.
1 THE PALACE BARBER SHOP "1
H. F. MiUer, Proprietor. Owetu Block, Garland, Utsh
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