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The Garland Globe
I. v. W'ixom. Kdhor nnil Mngr,
Telephone No 52
Train k itTMoainioJi:
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Six moot lis 75
Three moiii lis 50
Advertising rales furnKlied on p
Rntored an arcon1-clafR matter February 17.
11901. at the pint office nt C.arland. Utah, under
the Act of Conffmea of March S. IK7.
fltlle.orilief. Mrhn fall In i-i-eeive llieir
papprs reiriilnrlv, please notify tliisofflnc.
Saturday. Dec. 17, 11().
Noxt week's issue of the Oarload
Ulobo will be our Christmas number.
In addition to our regular issue, we
will have a lot of special Cbriatmaa
mw8, stories, etc., and a fine colored
I cover page, showing Santa ("lam la
his toy shop. The cover page will
greatly Interest the children and
young and old will taice pleasure In
reading the Christmas news columns.
Of course we can't give yon an edi-
ftlon like the Christmas number of
the Deseret Evening News, but we
tare going to give you the best our
The Power cf Right.
Ah f mys. If look nt It. there Is no
fault nor tolly of f -lnd both
,-- have been many and irreat that does
not rise up .pn'-rt -ie. and take
away my Joy, and shorten my power
of pomeaslon of slerht. of understand
ing And every pa.t effort of my life,
every gleam of rtgfctaOQHMM or good
In It, Is with me now, to help pM
In my grasp of this nrt and lt vision
So far as I can rejoice In r Interpret
either, my power In owed to what of
rlRht there Is In me
I dare to sav It. that, because
( through ail my 'If I hnve d -aired
good ,uid not evil; because 1 have
been kind to ninny; have wished to be
kind to all; have willfnllv Injure.
none, and because I have loved much,
and not selfishly; ther fore, the 'tiorn
Injr Mght is yet visible to me on those
hilln, and you who rear! ay tret my
thought and word in such work as I
have to do for you, and you will be
glad afterward that you have trusted
In them. Ruskln.
I Wants to I lelp Someone
For thirty yeais J. F. Boyer,
of Fertile, Mo., needed help
and eouldn't find it. That's
why he wants to help some one
now. Suffering so long him
self he feels for all distress
from Backache, Nervousness,
Loss of Appetite, Lassitude
and Kidney disorders. He
shows that Electric Bitters
work woudors for such troubles.
"Five bottles," he writes,
"wholly cured me and now I
am well and hearty." It's also
positively guaranteed for Liver
Trouble, Dyspepsia, Blood Dis-
i orders, Female Complaints and
Malaria. Try them. 50c. at
fl General Black
W f smithing,
M a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed.
Main street, opposite Jensen
Bros. Garland, Utah.
Bell 'phone 70 black.
PATENTS'1 ywir8' i
fcl1 j experience
Trude-Marks, Designs, Copy-
t rifffats, etc.
I Munn & Co.,
361 Brood way. New York.
NOTICE OP SALE
Fjstate of Joseph M. Harris, de
ceased. The undersigned wil sell at
private sale, 1 harrow, 2 plows,
1 mower, 1 horse rake, inter
est in header, 1 side rake, 1
fanning mill, 1 disc gang plow,
1 disc harrow, 4 sets work har
ness, 1 single harness. 1 sur
veyor's transit, 1 refrigerator, 1
cook stove, dishes, .'? bedsteads
and bedding, 1 buggy, 1 pair of
spyglasses, 2 trunks, 1 farm
drill, 1 pair boli-sloighs, 1 hand
plow, 25 head of ''attle, on or
j after Monday, December If),
! 1910, at 12 o'clock noon, at
Blind Springs, Box Elder Oo.,
Utah, and written bids will be
received at (larlsnd, Utah,
terms of sale cash, and subject
to confirmation by District
Conrt. Ohoak Hakkis,
I Nels Jenson, Attorney for Ad
ministrator. ; Dated November 30, 1910.
Bnnlcs on Sure Thing Now
''I'll never be without Dr.
King's New Life Pills again,"
writes A. Shingeek, (547 Elm
St., Buffalo, N. Y. "They
cured me of chronic constipa
tion when all others failed."
Un equaled for Biliousness,
Jaundice, Indigestion, Head
ache, Chills, Malar. a and De
bility. 25c at all druggists.
NOTICE OE SALE
Estate of Joseph M. Harris, deceased.
The undersigned will sell at
private sale the 8K of the SW
X, the SWX of the SW, the
SEX of the SW'X Of See. 4,
To, 12, N. K. 4, W., containing
All of Sec. 8, To. 12, N. R. 4,
W., containing (40 acres.
All of Sec. !), Tp. 12, N. B.
4, W., containing (!40 acres.
The NX of the NX pf Sec.
16. Tp. 12, N, It. 4, VV., con
taining 160 acres.
The EX of the NWX of Sec.
26. Tp. 12, N. R. 4, W., con
taining HO acres.
The NWX of Bee. 10, Tp. 12,
N. R. 4, VV., containing 1(50
cres, all in Box Elder County,
Ntate of Utah, on and after
Friday, December 23, 1910, at
2 o'clock p. m., and written
bids will be received at the of
fice of Nels Jenson, Brigham
City, Utah. Terms of sale,
cash; ten percent of the pur
chase price to be paid on day
of sale, and balance on confirm
ation of sale by District Court.
Nels Jenson, Attorney for Ad
ministrator. Dated November 30, 1910.
J. Y. Jensen, Prest.
C. 0. Andcraon, Manager.
armea. Sadilaa sat Saddler?
Rapairof t Speoiftiry
Wfwt I in Hand,
Factory tit. I Utah.
J. J. Shumway,
MISTAKES OF SCIENTISTS
Faraday and Airy Made Error About
Submarine Cable and Newcomb
Sir Humphrey Oavjr's dogmatic pro-
Bonooamant ; --..ti u-t gas lighting is
not tha on '.nutation of a clever Hclen
tlst being hopelessly wrong. The
early history of submarine cabling
fonuahai 'wo striking examples. Con
sulted on tha Hclentlflc side of the
project, Karailny asserted that the first
cnbleB wan made too small. Then he
said that "the larger the wire, the
n.ore electricity would be required to
charge It;" and In thlB quite wrong
opinion he whs supported by other
eminent electricians. As a result of
this dictum the current was Increased
until the operation literally "electro
cuted" the wire and the cable broke
down. It was Lord Kelvin who by
sending messages through heavy ca
bles with Incredibly weak electric cur
rents proved that Faraday was mis
taken. Sir O. II Airy submitted the pro
ject 'o mathematics and arrived at
the conclusion that a cable could not
be submerged to the necessary depth,
and that If It could no recognizable
signal com Id ever travel from Ireland
to Nova 4cotla. In avlaUon Professor
Newcomb one of the cleverest math
ematicians America has produced,
who !(! 1 vear, dec ared that he
had mati Icattjr Investigated all
the con u rating against the
heavier than r machlm and was con
vinced tier the aeroj lime would never
be n.ore than a scientific toy; and the
possibility ol an aerop am: mo'or be
ing m table n the reduced atmosphere
pressun bovi 3 00 t .as by sev
eral exi .!':! M.ii'J to hi oi I of the ques
tion i i v. onthl . fT'' Urexel's car
bureter wRi 'I lin.y bit erratic
ahov the ,ih .veek, but he
rose to an a. . , de of 67C0 feet.
f$ Boost for ;
At s atattlaf held Nov. 6th, 1910, by
the .stockholder of the Urn land Mining
& Milling Co., whose property hi situ
ated about 24 miles east of Plymouth ,
Box Klder County, Utah, it was decided
to sell 50,000 shares of treasury stock at
3 cents per share for development work.
It is Ibo iuteiuiiiii of the company to
sink a shaft on tho vein 100 feet or more
to determine thu size and value of the
ore bodies. There is three clsitus in the
incorporation, known as The Garland
Wonder No. 1; Garland Wonder No. 2
and Garland Wonder No, 3 consisting
of about sixty acres in the incorpora
tion. Property is only about 4tt miles
from theO. 8. I. It It The ore Is lead
carbonlte carrying about 20 per cent
lead, six ounces of silver and a trace of
(old. The formation is lime and quarts
alto contact. Recently a mlaing man
Inspected tho property and stated that
he was surprised to And such surface
cropping! io this part of the Stale. It
is the inteotioa of the company to start
development work on the shaft right
away and continue the work until
Spring. The company will have a solicit
ing agent and If you feel like interesting
yourself t encouroge the mining In
dustry in this part ef the State, take
hold and help ui along
Oakland Mininu & Milliho Co.
n36dl7 Garland, Utah.
J. W. GOHEEN,
Light and Heavy
HARN E SS.
Repairing Promptly and
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Shumway & Evans
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
John J. Shumway, Bell phone,
M. D. Evans, Bell phone, 63-1
Black, or 17 at Bank
of Garland. I
skk us BlTOll you DIAL.
GARLAND, - - UTAH
H. F. MILLER, Prop.
Mannusa ) i Garland,
Block.... ( Utah.
Shaving, Hair Catting,
Shampooing, an-1 Massaging.
Sanitary rules strictly observ
Agents for Brigham Steam
THE GARLAND CLUB J
EM COOMBS, NajM Mj! me, LlQ110
0ad;a, Had m and Cigars............
Billiard and Pool Room In Connection.
Don't Let Whiskey Get the Best of You,
Get the Best of Whiskey at the Club.
I C. J. CAMPBELL notarv public h.
OARLAND, . . . UTAH IWSURflHCf ME1T
Great Land Opening - - - 49,000 Acres
PALM PEACH COUNTY Fl ORIDA
$250.00 in Monthly Payments
of $10.00, buys a Home and In
dependance. A Town Lot Given Free with
Each Farm. ootioti
No Frost. No Snow. Three crops a year.
Annul Profits $1,000 an Acre.
"FlVe Acres EnOUgh" Investigate at Our Expense.
Western Land & Investment Co., Ogden, Utah. .
C. J. Campbell, Local Agent Garland, Utah I
To spend a few weeks
for a ew months
During the Fall and Winter Months in
IS A TREAT
The "Salt Lake Route" is the Direct Line to the
Pacific Coast also Goldfield and Tonopah
3 DAILY TRAINS 3
Electric Lighted Observation Cars
For Rates and Full Information See Your Local Agents or
J. H. Manderfield, A. G. P. A.,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
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