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H Saturday, Aug. 20, 11)10.
(from the Coalville Times.)
M Never go in depl lor n luxury
y -; r an unneeeessi.ry article of
H any description.
J! Why in it, n careless seven-1
H year-old kid can drop a hurned
H match in an alley and burn up
1 .- all the barns in a Mock, while
m an able-bodied man has to use
M up a whole box of matches to
H ir't a wood lire started in a
H heater that has draft enough to
draw all the furniture up the
H stove pipe?
The story is told that a eer
H tain woman was reading the
H matrimonial eolums of a paper
H and remarked to her husband:
H "Here's a strange coincident
H a William Strange married a
B Martha Strange." "Strange
H indeed," remarked hei hus-
band, "but I expeet the next
I news vill be a little stranger."
I The trade territory of a town
is not nil dependent upon the
M distance to neighboring trading
I points. The trade territory de-
I pends upon the enterprise of the
I merchants and the residents of
I the town. If a town does not
I reach out after the trade it will
I come only as fast as it has to,
and it will grow as it is forced
to. But if the merchants go
I i after business in the surround
I ing county, advertising in every
I possible way, and making good
I every word of thoir advertising,
I trade will come from an ever in
creasing radius, the town will
gain a reputation for being
awake and it will forge to the
front. It is the men in the town
and not altogether the men liv
ing within a certain number of
miles from it that makes the
The grand ball given by the
Grarland orchestra at the (Jar
land hall last Saturday night,
was well attended both by
dancers a n d spectators. A
prfz waltz contest was a pleas
ing feature of the evening in
which quite a number of our
young people participated.
Fred L. Rogers was awarded
the gentlemen's prize a book
and Miss LnVeru Mason of
Riverside was the winner of
the Ladies' prize a china hand
painted dish. Everybody had
a very enjoyable time.
to Northern Utah and Idaho
poiids Saturday Aug 90th. I
Tickets on sale Saturday only;
return limit SO days. It
That is (dean, nice, fragrant
compound like Bueklen's Arnica
Salve will instantly relieve a bad
burn, c u t, scald, wound or
piles, staggers skeptics. But
great cures prove its a wonder
ful healer of the worst sores,
ulcers, boils, felons, eczema,
skin eruptions, as also chapped
hands, sprains or corns. Try
it. 25c nt All Druggists.
H. F. MILLER, Prop.
I Manausa ) f Grarland,
! Block.... Utah.
Shaving, Hair Cutting,
Shampooing, and Massaging.
-EXCELLENT BAT US
Sanitary rules strictly observ
ed. Agents for Brigham Steam
Via Oregon Short Line.
To Cheyenne. Denver, Colorado
Springs, Pueblo, Kansas City,
St. Louis, Omaha, Chicago, St.
Paul, Minneapolis and many
other points. Tickets on sale
May 0th., and 14th., June 4th.,
11th, 18th, 87th., July 7th., and
29th., August 4th., and Sept
ember 14th., and 23rd. Limit
October .'list. See agents for
rates and further particulars.
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Fish and Game in Season.
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