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H The Garland Globe.
B Saturday, Sept. 10, 1910. HE Raid Nordqnist & Wilson's BH ;,1 i" til is issue. E For Sale Fine, large Klber- B ta peaches. 0. Stefferson, Ki rn wood, Utah. slO-tf Hb Schneider mid Henninger'i H new blacksmith shop is Hearing H completion. H .). 0. Wheclon went to Price H to do some engineering work H last Saturday. H F. E. Bingham and wife H came up from Ogden yesterday HH to attend to some business 5 matters. ML .lames l. Wilcox of Farming- LJB ton is visiting relatives in this B city the guest of his sou Oliver M Li Wilcox. H II. Boyd left Tuesday of this m week for Twin Falls, Idaho, to M spend a week or ten days in M that locality. M Mrs. Win. Page of Preston, H l;ili. was here on a visit m Thursday and spent the day M with Mrs. (leo. W. Austin. M II . S. Rice brought us a H "bumper" Elberta peaeh the H other day that was grown in m his orchard. It was a "peach" H of a peach. M The Town Hoard has had the H water box at the cross roads of m Main and Factory streets neat- M ly repaired and everything is M O. K. again. M K. M. Lishman returned H Wednesday evening from a trip H to Provo, where he went to se- H cure the services of a cook for M the Fin-to, y Hotel. M Mr. and Mis. O. J. Norrhave H moved into James Jensen's B residence and Mr. and Mrs. B Henry Rose will move into m Burdett Smith's home next I M Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. H Smith's home was visited by I the Stork Thursday evening. H A charming little daughter was H left with them for safe keeping. B A1IO. K. H This office just finished print- H ing 1,000 copies of a 10-page H premium list and program for H the Hear River Stake Religion H Class Fair. It was quite a job H and we're glad its over with. H A S. Rose of Farmiugton is H visiting relatives in this city. H He has been appointed by Gov. H Win. Spry as a delegate to H Irrigation Congress to be held H i n Pebnlo, Colo., September H 26th to ::titl.. H T h e candy kid Foulger's H popular lady clerk, returned H last week from a pleasant out- H ing to the Yellowstone park. H 8he was accompanied by P. C. HH Petterson and a crowd of H Ogden's young folks. H Mr. and Mrs. John Wing and H Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wihg, H Jr., of Lehi, spent this week in H Garland visiting with their H children, Joseph Wing and H family and C. R. Wing and HH The Ctah Press Association H visits Tremouton next Tuesday. H A special train carrying the JH state editors leaves Salt Lake H at H a. m., arriving in Tremon- jH ton at 980. Meetings will be H held at the Frater al hall where lfl m excellent progrom will be H carried out. H The out-going officers of the HH Ladies' Self-Culture Club were H tendered a very pleasant social H at the home of Mrs. Lorelda H Capeuer Friday evening. We B wen; printing our paper while H the social was going on and HH will have to tell you all about it H next week. School Pays! D JaaaAVK-J M I aVvKaFKV "VK aw BsaVnaV ""waT Direct to You SW&n When you buy shoes made by J4 ENDICOTT, JOHNSON & CO. rf you can depend upon getting 110 1 more for your money than it is hUSSM possible to get elsewhere. A$W This is the InrRrst and most complete organ M & ization in the world for the production and dis- m m tribution of shoes and the only one that makes Wf shoes from the raw material and sells direct to W Jr the wearer through retail stores. Lw Because of their unequaled facilities. Endicott factories lead In quality, stple. fit and everything desirable in shoes. You not only get better shoes, but pap tess for them because no middlemen's profits are Included in the price. Boothe Merc. Prod. Co. W. I). Lewis and wife, form erly of this city, who are now residents of I'ark City, have been here for a week or more shaking hands with old friends and visiting relatives. They return home today. We would be pleased to see W. 1). and wife come back here to live for good. The Globe's editorial on I weeds in our last issue rnusti have stirred the TownBoard and j some of our citizens to aetion as a slaughter of weeds has been going on this week. Keep up the good work and makej our town metropolitan so that' we can say that Garland is the neatest, cleanest and most up-to-date town in the state. Schneider & Henninger, Jp ? General Black mr smithing, M. r Horseshoeing ! '' I a Specialty All Work Guaranteed. Lawn Mowers Sharpened. VA Blocks North of the Bank of Garland. Bell 'phone 38 red SHU M WAY & THOMPSON. Real Estate Loans Insurance Bell phones 38 blk, and 9-2 red, Garland, Utah. Wanted Cosmopolitan Mag azine requires the services of a representative in Garland to look after subscription renewals and to extend circulation by special methods which have proved unusually successful. Salary and commission. Pre vious experience desirable, but not essental. "Whole time or para time. Address, with re ferences, II. C. Campbell, Cos mopolitan Magazine, 1 789 Broadway, New York City. 2t 4-:itHb. Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, August 12, 1910. Notice i'. hereby Riven that Alexander Ander son, of Lynn, Box Elder Gj.. Utah. who. on Oct oher 1, l''iir. made Homentead Entry, No. 05H2, for Kl -.' IBM See. 1. and Nl 2 Hll-I, Section 12, Tnwniihip i:l North. Range IT Went. Salt mV Meridian, h.i filed notice of inteptjon to make Final D-yeur Proof, to tiit.li. h claim to the land J almve described, before the Clerk of the District ' Court, at Brtgham City, Utah, on the 4th day of October. 1910. Claimunt n, an witnexsca John I. mil. of Lynn, Box Elder Co., Utah, Guitave Anderson, of Lynn, Box Elder Co., Tl'ali, Lorenzo W. Anderson, of Prlgham Cliv, ITtah, Lars Hansen, of Brigham City. 1'tah E. D. R. THOMPSON. 1. ". - 1 Register. 1-34H b. Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT OF TUB INTERIOR, U. S. Land Office at Salt Lakf City, Utah, August 19, 1910. Notice is hereby given that Johanna Anderson widow of Anders Anderson, deceased, of Lynn Box Elder Co., UUh, who. on September 24th 1908. made Homestead Entry, Serial, No. 0600. foi 8E1-4NWM, SW1-4NE1-4. NW1-4 SE1-4. anc NE1-4 8W1-4. Sec. 1. Township 13 North. Rang. 17 West, Salt Lake Meridian, haa filed notice o: intention to make Final S-year Proof, tn eatablial claim to the land above described, before thi Clerk of the District Court, at Brigham City Utah, on the 4th day of October, 1910 Claimant names aa witneaaea: John Li ml and Alexander Anderson, of Lynn Box Elder County, Utah; Lorenzo W. Andorsoi and Lars Hsnsen, of Brigham City. Utah. E. D. U THOMPSON. s3-ol Registei Our Spices and Flavoring Extracta are 1 ia guaranteed absolutely pure ami mcluUe the following: fij J Whole or powdered Mustard, Uinger, Cinnamon, Nui- -j" Q meg, white and black. Pepper, reu Pepper, powueied Tumeric, Curry powder, etc., in packages ranging liom t lf)c to ,r)0c, containing from 2 to iti ozs. C$ It is a tact that many of the spices on the market at t JL the present time are grossly addnlterated many con- M 1 taining as high as 80 impurities. You can readily J Sk varify thisby studying the reports of the Pure Food and te J Drug Commission, who are daily condemning quantities ? fe of these so-called spices. Flavoring Extracts Lemon &, r vanilla, also guaranteed at the following prices i 2 oss. cl 25c; 1 qt. $1.50. Riter Bros. Drug Co. fc Logan, Garland, Ut. Franklin, Preston, Montpelier, Ida. h irP TVRESS style P J&y&&ZuS7 xv M" P I 3 1;1S come to fQvT t Jkjfcj. ': mean corset iSt 1HBr ) style. You must Y I -- MTjy' II l"ve the right corset - rB A if you expect to v fir Ja TT) make the rieht appear- 'r -J v-S ance. You 11 never B rni?- m fi: 1 another corset so T&S. .-r;'-' M certain i be m style '& , as a Kabo. V 'if B r I j A Kabo Corset is ai- ways made to fill the rc- W- quircments of the very W(Mwr f s latest fashions in gowns. glR&li(i$$ j This is made possible I Y only by our Paris con !?"'' f 1 ' ncctions. We lend all jk j y I others in corset style. Jr i U Kabo Form Rednelng ! I I 1 Corsets arc perfect in com- 111 i Kab Maternity Support- III XU rs are a Rrcat ftwroif to I i 1 '-"-""" '1 women who npect the Stork. I 1 All Kabo (,'(hs are jruar- i) 3w i antced by the most liberal 1 M j2fiijl I guarantee Cofiyrlftht lfHiU, Ksho Corr-t Ca Kabo Style 692 A taw, to but. ikfldn hip cor- K'.,Kf Prci-t On itwlliMTf. illinrr. K. Inlet.. ilatwaiM. 2'i liichflsn. XVdlJO VOrSCl -U. UudOi kKk, ! pair supporters, bli rln.K' lth. Slies 18 - flfcu rrtce, $xjoo Chicago W. L. Grover & Sons, Wh.?reth4 ! . Teams Stop. 1 I I III II I 111.1 MM I II What About It? Winter is near and now is the time to prepare to buy a Coles9 Hot Blast Heater OR The Howard Heater ALSO The Great Majestic Range. We have stoves galore. As to furniture department, we stand second to none both in quality and price. Best material (or small and large buildings. 20 per cent Discount on Baby Carri ages. JENSEN BROS., 6ARLAND,tah. The Place to Buy. NEW ARRIVALS! I I l?xJP 0ur New Fal1 Goods I 1 'ftl 1 'WLlrfvVI' ' '",,"',"viriff daily .includ- A AV1 f JJlHP'i i"8 ' Sample line of V . T I j 'Q Men's Suits New and '' v J j X) YKSfii! up-to-dato Stylos. Also r Ift1 f SppM""-- omplot line of child- f ' S iMM" i ',' m'H and boys (nothing, v. u (TfRliSi ) w" a,R h:iv'' n fui1 'i " Si SilSSfm i( I line of the famous Arm- 1 ' ' i ) l (JrE Mr il' ourIhlt,, Hosiery on the $', SI ! (. j (,) Biwiai ' way, that for wear and X W pWni ffll I -i ' durihility can not be : :xi , s p Wfcys ' B,ai ,n fa i,n w $ ! ' HF in. i.h.uidi lui- been '. xl l . I 1 L WM S I boughl with the purpose !". VI J. I fei1y W 1 in view of giving our y. ! K elastomer the very best K f '; ! M$ A j values for their money :.. J gjaij .JLi,. tnut ean l"' Purchased X ;: 'aJ5ff5WjHBP I anywhere in the valley. - J IJ XvJjXuJr lOallandsee gKds and . 1 sST TRADf. MARK L ,;. m TifirftlT'CG Compare prices. 1 aiaaaaaaaaiBiBaaaaaaaaaisi SJew Arrivals. Garland Mercantile Co., Where you buy the cheapest Hell 'phone No. ; 1 c Wm. Preston, Mgr. tj?