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H The Garland Globe.
H Saturday, Aug. 13, 1010. B Peach Day, Kept. 7. H Born Aug. 8th to the wifp HH of Henry Tnbbs of Riverside, n H fine son. jH Miss Echo Capener is visiting B relatives anl friends in Halt H Lake Ofty, H Olive Anderson, piano in- H structor. Factory street, Gar- B land, Utah. m2H-tf Hi Mrs. Geo. I). Robinson left H yesterday to visit relatives in M Salt Lake City. H For Sale Wealthy apples and H good peaches. Apply to Osear T Harris, Garland, Utah. It " Mrs. R. Gustav Korth return- gJ -I Sunday from a visit with H relatives in Holhrook, Idaho. fl Lost or Stolen.'! brown horses H und 1 light bay. Finder please notify this office and bereward- H ed. H The Misses Amelia and Vera M Carter of Brigham City are the M guests of their sister, Mrs. M Jennie Wallis. M Mrs. M. I). Evans and ehild- B ren returned Sunday evening H from a pleasant visit with rela- M Uves in Provo. H Miss Elizabeth Ipsen of Ogden, B sister of Mrs. P. A. Nordquist H returned home Monday after a H pleasant visit here. H Call at the Globe office and H see the splendid papers offered H to subscribers of the Garland H Globe. Read page 5. H L. W. Williams of North H Ogden was drowned in Rear H River, south of Corinne, last H Friday at about 10 o'clock. H If you want good reading H matter at a big sacrifice, read H page 5 of this issue and em- B brace the opportnnitv at once. H Resident Mgr. Mosiah Evans H of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co, H drove over to the county seat H Monday on business connected H with the company. H Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Showell, H Mr. Win. Pratt and Miss Blanch H Showell of Stone, Idaho, spent H n few days in town this week H visiting relatives and friends. H Joe Gans, former lightweight H nugilist, whose correct name is H Joe (Jant, died Wednesday of H consumption at Baltimore Md. B He was one of the greatest men H of the ring. H Samples of "Opportunity, " H "The Mothers' Magazine" and H "The Boy's Magazine" can be H '-en at this office. Read page H five and get these three popular H magazines for a song Globe H included. H The regular monthly Priest- H hood meeting of the Bear River H take was held in this city last H Saturday also officers' meetings H of the various auxilliary argan- H izatians. All the meetings were H veil attended. HH If you receive a copy of the H Garland Globe with "Sample H copy" written in the corner, H lemember that it is an invita- H lion for yon to subscribe. $1.50 H will give you the Globe 52 weeks H and you cannot afford to be H without your HOME paper. H A message from Geo Austin H to Ins son Ed N. Austin of thit H city came Wednesday bearing IH the following news: "If you H want to see your sister Lizzie H alive, come at once." Mrs. H Lizzie McKeage is the eldest B daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H Austin and recently underwent H a delecate operation at one of M Halt Lake's hospitals. Ed. N. H Austin left for Salt Lake on H Wednesday afternoon's train. Geo. II. Stirland and family h?ft for Logan, Caehe county, this morning where George has accepted a position in Serg. Balf's meat and grocery store. Mesdames J. B. Evans and F. A. Starkwetherof Salt Lake returned home Wednesday after a pleasant visit here the guests of Mrs. Leva Longstroth. They were accompanied by Mrs. A. M. Granger who will spend a few weeks in the state capital. Last Saturday evening .his. H. Garbanati, E. V. Schneider j and wife, James Hennenger! and a traveling man drove to i Brigham and back again in Garbanati's automobile. They made a record-breaking trip both ways and had a very en joyable time. As an advertising medium the Foulger Company gave away '200 base balls and bats to the boys of this city and vi cinity last week. The bats were very neat painted "sticks" and the balls were daises each bore the words "The Foulger Co." Every boy who received one was tickled to death. We would be pleased to have our readers, and the public generally, send or 'phone in such items of news as may come under their observation, such as births, deaths, marriages, goiugs and comings, etc. Many things transpire that we may overlook, hence we ask you to assist us in this matter that we may be able to publish All the news. Bell 'phone 52. W. H. Clayton brought to the Globe office Wednesday a fine large plum that looked like a half-ripe tomato. He asked us to name it. He had forgotten the name of the tree and came to us for information. Of course an editor is supposed to know everything. Well we hunted the town over to find a man who could name the plum and at last bumped into a drummer who said: "Its a Jap anese Plum, 1 have eaten many ' of them." A jolly crowd of young marri ed folks from this city left early Tuesday morning for alO-days' outing iu Logan canyon. At Clarkston they were joined by another jolly crowd which swell ed the party to a good-sized i aggregation of pleasure seekers. ' Those of this city were Messrs, and Mesdames J.J, Shumway, I J.J. Thompson, T. B. Beorist.l A. H. Archibald, J. If. Archi bald, A. I. Grover and Miss llattie Hess and Chas. Secrist and wife of Farmington. The premium list and the rules and regulations of the 82nd exhibition of the Utah State Fair Association came to our desk Tuesday of this week. The exhibition will be hold at the State Fair Grounds, Salt Lake City, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 3rd ,4th, 5th, 0th, 7th and Hth, 1010. The officers of the Fair Assn. are Jas. G. McDonald, president; Robert R. Irvine, 2nd vice president; Horace S. Ensign, secretary; Elias A. Smith, treasurer. A crowd of people from this city and vicinity went to Ogden Wednesday to take in Barnum & Bailey's big circus. Agent F. F. Gross disposed of 4)1 tickets in the morning and quite a D u in b e r in the afternoon and the automobiles of Vanfteet and Lewis each took a load of "circus" patrons down to the big tent. Estray Notice. State of Utah, ) County of Box Elder, J In the Sunset precinct of said County. I have in my possession the following described estray ani mals which, if not claimed and taken away, will be sold at public auction to the highest cash bidder at the Garland Livery bam, on Wednesday the 17th day of Aug. 1010,at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m. DESCRIPTION OK ANIMALS: One 3-year old red and white muley steer branded v on left side, with ear marks in both ears. One .'-year old red and white steer branded Y on left ribs, marked in both ears. One .'5-year old red and white steer branded OOO on left ribs, both ears marked. One red and white yearling steer branded OHL (combined) on left hip. One red cow branded HL (combined) on left hip. Said estrays were taken up by me in said precincts on the 6th day of August, 1010. T. L. SNOOK, Poundkeeper for Sunset Pre cinct. Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawback malaria trouble that has brought suffering and death to thou sands. The germs cause chills, fever and ague, biliousness, jaundice, lassitude, weakness and general debility. But Elec tric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles. "Three bottles completely cur ed me of a very severe attack of malaria," writes Win. A. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. 0., "and I've had good health ever since." Cure Stomach, Liver iind Kidney Troubles, and pre vent typhoid. 50c. Guaranteed by All Druggists. Schneider & Henninger, jg 2 General Black my smithing, M jvX Horseshoeing Hi nU a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. Lawn Mowers Sharpened. W Blocks North of the Bank of Garland. Bell 'phone .15 ted SHUMWAY & THOMPSON. Real Estate Loans Insurance Bell phonal 115 blk, and 0-2 red, Garland, Utah. 4 Riter Bros. Flavoring extraots mre guar- anteed to give satisfaction. W Full oz. bottle Lemon ext. 26o W J Full 2 oz. bottle Vanilla ext. 25 Full Qt. Lemon ext. $1.50 $ r Full Qt. Vanilla ext. $1.50 W Quality Guaranteed & t We will gladly refund the Price Paid if you are not fully satisfied that these extracts are the best you ever Js A used. a Riter Bros. Drug Co. t Logan, Garland, Ut. Franklin, Preston, Montpelier, Ida. & jjWjgfl "pVRESS style 3P Iva. jK (jOt I 3 nns come to r'sTJ "rSk v mean corset ffll' faTtSy rf y ) style. You must W I "V JCtr Jl ;lvc the right corset ""fc) $ i if you expect to (?v Jr rfn (p4) make the right appear- " ' -yJ- i,':4mM :incc. You'll never ''.?. t"' ffi.. ' mt's ''ni' ;",(,'lu''" corset so ' ' WmjmmM CCrtai" t0 bc '" S,)Ic T I ' Knt Corset is ai ways made to fill the re- miif - J quirements of the very yl rvt latest fashions in gowns. tnULi' j V This is made possible L I on'y our ar'3 con" p r 1 ncctions. We lead all i Ifc I others in corset style. law i ' f I I l Kabo Form Reducing J .flH&ii Corsets arc perfect in com- '' ''l'; 111 I fort and results. 1111 11 Kabo Maternity Support- I I Jfj ;; ers are a jreat blessing U I V I "" 1;' ' women who expect the Stork. ,,:t I I , t:jS ; All Kabo goods are guar- yh )k j anteed l.y the must liberal Ctopyrlifht 1000, Kabo Corot Oa Kabo Style 693 - A lonir. Inw bust. lnd r hip cor- f Un firer-t- Cr wt with perd-ct lines. Kiiiifon.dat waibt. UH inch rlasp. XVUUO urNCl VU. liuni h bdtl. 2 pair tupEnirtert. btcrliutf iloth. Siren 18 r-u:- mo. Puce, $1.00 Chicago W. L. Grover & Sons, Whre th.. I t Teams atop. ... FREE!I A Beautiful JEE! I BRASS BED I To be given away Absolutely Free Sept. 17th SSCommeilcing June 25th and contiuning to Sept. 17th, ' with each and every if 1.00 CASH purchase, we will give a number on a Beautiful Brass Bed I to be given away to the peraon holding the lucky number h lraw"!rS September 17th. I ISTThil Beautiful Bed is now on exhibition at our store. u Remember If you spend $1.00 or $500.00 with us in H CASH, you will be given a ticket for each and every dollar entitling you to a chance or chances on this valuable w MUM bed. Tickets given for store trade, only, lumber P and building material sales excluded from this offer. 6W Start collecting tickets today and win this bed. " jl 20 Per Cent Off. I We are offering a discount of 20 per cent on all our Go-Carts and Baby-Carri- f ages. Call and see them. JENSEN BROS., garland(,tah. I I NEW ARRIVALS! L 'SSHC! New Arrivals! J I i AWvtJSi 0uv New Fal1 Goods I T ''Nl!?! are arriving daily, includ- : I v it , r JIsPIl ' nii a ,Sa"ii'1'' ,,ih' ot :!: 1 X V'Y-A I fwA Men's Suits New and ; I iM'HiVyiWMSftl up-to-date Styles. Also : X i ' ' MPfcrfe complete line of child- 1 rTpXpt7f; ren'f and boys Clothing. ;; I S! Tim IHBiWi ( We also hav :i ful1 :!; I 9 ' V o3PPtL A line of the famous Arm- J 1 SI A A ifl i WT l our Plate Hosiery on the XJ I vl I jl'J3iij -& way, that for wear and I '"' ITIO- yiM: 5r duribility cannot be 11 I xl ' - Mr) ,',a, ,n ,';"'t a11 our ' I v .l L 1 JflV U merchandise has been X, 1 ;a ; I . I im bought with the purpose 1 I 'o i J L M'M-jJ in view of giving oid- '? 1 ;', I' I w customers the very best ' I $ J&M hA. I vani,'s l0r their money Si I ; gJJgjjJ that can be purchased ffi J I iTTTT Vd anywhere valley. 9 ' &&&& (,;li,;""' -- R i ;i"' :: Pi v y ILQTHES ttompare pnceH' I : BmBmmmmHm New Arrivals, f I Garland Mercantile Co., When you buy the cheapest Bell 'phone No. $ I ($3 Wm. Preston, Mfjr. cj? I