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mP devoted to the intrusts of garland and the great bear river valley I
I ' Vol. I. No. 7. Published of Garland, Utah. Saturday, Peb'y 1 7, 1906. '
1 fjarland I ommercial I lub.
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I MBI.T AND ADOPT CONSTITUTION AND HYLAWS-NAMB HOAUD OB
I UOVBHNOHS-MBBTINO WBU. ATTBNDBI).
I OFFICERS SELECTED AND HOUSE COMMITTE
I AUTHORIZED TO FIT UP ROOMS. ,,, j,
I Tliu Gnrlamt Commercial Club met'
H according to appointment ut tho Oarlaud
I Amusement Hull Muuiliiy (n onlng at 8
I o'clock. The meeting was well attend-id
I hikI considerable Interest manifested.
I w Chalr.iuui Moshih Kvnus called tho chili
I to order and a motion an carried that
H the buiiu' oillcers appointed at tliu last
I meeting hold over Mr Bvans chairman
I and It. li. Hush, secretary. The minutes
of last meeting were read by tho socio
J tary and approved. The comlttcc on
H Constitution and Hylawa, consUtlug of
H W ( Howe, president,. I A Host an and
? W It Viinllect, ri'Kirti'l and the constitu
iH tion was read to the members liy the
I president. A mntiou wait carried that
the constitution ho reread and adopted
I hcition liy section. The president then
I proec-dod to read tho constitution and
I Mich ch.ingcs that wore deemed nefess
I ury won; made. The Constitution and
I Hylas consisting of a preamhlo and 20
sections were uuamlmously ndopted.
A niiniher of applications for member
Milp were accepted by tho club. Mosluh
Bvnns, .1 A Hostau ami .1 C Wheelon
wre (-Iiom-u as mcmlicrs of tho Hoard of
a Coventors for the three-year term; for
the two-yeur term W I. Orover, T II
Ktlwurds and W 1 Baton and for the
tiitcycar term W II Howe, B I) Hacon
mid M A Hoothe. A meeting of the
Hoard of (Jovernors was appointed for
Tueil.iy afternoon at Judge Vansiis
dcln's otllee for the purpose of organlz
ing the club. Tho club tk a recess for
(Ladies' Self-Culture Club.
A Uliiu' literary club has been organ
ized in this city nnd holding regular
meetings for some time part. Hut little
has been said of the organization hereto
fore and feeling to cueourHgo this laud
nble Nicl.il irele, we took the liberty of
Inter lewlng mine of It members and
gleaned from them the folia lug:
Tho circle Is known a the Ladles' Self
Cultue Club and is organized for a three
feld purpose, iz.: To Improve the
mwIiI condition, develop refinement and
cultivate.a taste for high-class literature.
. There are sixteen members at present aud
as the club is not deigned to be an ex
thud e circle, others will oon unite.
After the literary program, which con
Jts of rending the works of somo upto
(Into author and discussing current topics,
refreshments a re, '.served "' 'bo after
noon pleasantly spent. TJm club meets
every other Thursday afternoon at thu
homo of one of Its members. Tho last
meeting was held at Mr. II 0 Cutler's
homo and Mrs. Moslah Hums will enter
tain the members ut their ne.t meeting,
I The Basket Ball
The most pleasant social event of tho
season was tho Iia.sl.ot Hall given at tho
Amusement hull la.t Saturday night un-
i der tho auspices of tho Oarland Primary
1 tinkers, assisted by Mrs. W. P. Baton.
There was u good sized crowd In attend-
I Hiit'ii aud a number of tho ladies brought
I uniiiuc and tastefully decorated baskets
I to be auctioned to tho "highest cash bid
1 , f tiers."
, J In oue corner of the hull was a refresh
! j .fluent booth.neatlyilccorated Ith Chinese
I Vj lanterns, where leuioiiada, candy, pop-
I corn, etc., were disposed of aud on tho
J btago un auction booth where tho buskets
it were sold to tho anxious buyers,, Tho
I jolly erod iu attendance danced to tho
' music of tho Kirkham orchestra till near-
II ly tho midnight hour, when Auctioneer
JH T, II. Edwards begau the sale of tho
Hi dainty baskets end proved an expert at
U tho uuctluh table. "Much enthusiasm
jn W6s muiIfeU and tho tweuty baskets of
Ul fercd for sale were readily purchased by
O customers who paid gocd prices for them
One basket bold for tfl.UC, a number for
M tl and J2 and one vcre lucky bidder se
a few niinutcn and the Inltatlon fees were
handed to the secretary. Adjourned.
The Hoard of Coventors met Tuesday
at tho above stated place and organized I
the Garland tioiuuiercial Club. Kollovv
are the oillcers icleeted:
Moslah Kiyis, president.
John C Wheelon, vice-president,
.? A Host an, secretary.
J A Wlxom, At. secretary.
Walter l Baton, treasurer.
A number of conuultteen were named
and the House Committee was uuthorl.id
to fit up rooms on the second floor of the
Kit it Hros. Hlock. Tho secretary was also
authorized to secure the necessary books
The Constitution and Hy-laws arc too
lengthy to appear in our paper but will
be pi inted in pamphlet form at an early
date. The following is the preamble:
The purpose of this association alkali bo
to advance, by social hitercourso and
friendly oxchaugo of vlews.tho commerc
ial prosperity and growth of Oarland, liox
Bldvr County aud State of Utah; to
promote uniformity In tin- custom aud
usage of producers, manufacturing and
merchants; seek remunerative markets
for homo products; foster capital mutual
ly interested hi each other's welfare; en
courage manufacturing; collect and dis
seminate valubtc agicirltural. matiufactur
lug and commercial information; to do
any and all things necessary to promote
object of the club.
and will aid In liquidating some debts
incurred aud furnish the association with
some necessary books and literature.
Much credit is due those who had the
direct super i ion of the affair. It was
a success mx i'llly and tlnsnelally.
OarUml. Utah. Keb. 14, 1000.
To Tin: Manaukii (Uiii.ami Oi.oiik:
Rome time ago 1 announced through
tho columns of thu Garland Journal that,
until further noti'o, all communications
of a general character to the patrons of
i The Utah Sugar Co., would be made
through Its columns. I now give notice
thut all such communications will here
after be made through the (iAltlANl)
Oumi: a paper that U not only publNlud
but printed ut Garland.
Kest. Mngr. The Utah Sugar Co.
If you ate acquainted with anyone who
is troubled with this distressing ailment,
you van do biin no greater favor than to
tell him to try Chamberlain's Salve. It
gives Instant relief. This salve hImi cures
sore nipples, tetter aud salt rheum. Price
i' cents. For .sain by W A Kay.
Valentine and Beau Party.
Tho attendance at the Valentino and
Beau party given at the Amusement
Hail Wednesday night was quite small
considering that the purty wus giwn on
8t. Valentines night. The Presidency of
the Primary assochtlon In the northern
part of this city hud charge of the sllulr
and it was gieu to rle fund for thut
association, Valentines and lemonade
wc.ro sold at the refreshment stand anil a
postoflico provided for tho occasion.
Bach lady wore a neath designed heati
Azaf Eaas attlsed iu whitu cap, blue
waist and knicl.abonkcrs, reprasuntJng
cupld, actwl as rural freo delivery boy.
Many pretty valentines were aiming tho
collection aud quite a few of the "mock"
vanety were In evidence. The music
was furnished by the Kirkham orchestra
The receipts of the social were ISO 00,
Mrs. Hyrum Jensen Is visiting friends
and relatives lu ParldKc, Utah,
A conference of the Oarland ecclestlas
tlcal ward was held In this city Sunday
last. Among the visitors were Prcst.
Olecu N. Stohl, C. Bids Jensen and J.
I). Call. The forenoon session was de
voted to Sunday School exercises and re
ports were also glen by oillcers of the
various organizations. A class lrom the
Oarland North Sunday School rendered
a class exercise. Iu the afternoon some
reports were given liy thu various oillcers
of organizations and the following wore
honoiably released from their respective
positions. A K. Capcncr as superinten
dent of the Garland Sunday School aud
liLs coun.clors, O. L. Wilcox and Uracl
Hose; Thus. B. King as superintendent
of Garland North Sunday School and ills
counselor.-;, A. II. Gleuson and Win.
King; Agnes Fife as a Primary counselor
and Adel.i lkrick as an aid, both of the
Garland North organization; K. 1). Well
ing as second counselor to liihop W. I.
Grovir. Bach were tendered u vote of
thanks for past labors.
During the afternoon session a beauti
ful duet was rendered, out itled, "Keep
On Hellovlng," by Mrs. Mariu Wing and
H. I.. Hush. Kemarks were also made
by Prcst. Olecu N. Stobl mid C. Ellas
Jensen. Tho oillcers and authorities of
the church were presented and sustained.
Some changes were made iu the Garland
ward. Jos. Jeiisi u was chosen to succeed
K. 1). Welling as second counselor to lip.
Grover and both Sunday Schools were
reorganized as follows:
Oakland Sd.ndav School Supcrtiu
teiident, Hcrdit Smith; 1st counselor,
Ursel Hose; 1'ud couuclur,(not yet tilled).
G.iii.kxi Nourii hu.Nii.vv School
Supciltiicndcut, Win. King; 1st counsel
or, John B. .Manning; ,'utl counselor, Jus.
P. Dcvcy. Tho conference was well attended.
A Merry Time.
Theciilojtaiiiing house gathering given'
at thu Wheelon home by .WKs Ada Kowl
er iu remembriucu of MKs Sarah's
birthday, was a decided NUccess.
Tho house was liter.dly decorated
with hearts of beautiful colors and de
sign, mid all present had nil en joy able
time. The evening was commenced with
mu.-Ic. Soverul guests declared their
luii'.'s needed stivnglliin,,' so thuy all in
dulged hi Sherlock Holmes. Then Mime
thu grand gue.l;i.' contest of which
Mi-s Mabel Cowan and Hurt Hums were
the ujuncrs receiviug u lu-aiitiful valen
tine mid a string of doll i. Guests then
drew beautiful ribbon Imiws of different
colors and rcpairtd to the dining room
where a delicious, refreshing repast was
tastefully served. Bach one received
the honor of carving his or her own piece
of the beautiful blrlhdsy cake, .Miss
Violet Carter luckily drawing the ring
aud Bdd Kodgers tho cash,
A pleasant game of high live was play
oil awuy into the "weu siua" hours, Miss
Violet Carter ami Hurt Hums being the
winners. Bach guest then went to their
homes wMitng the young hostesses a
long and lrtppy life.
Thosu present neie: Miss l.esh Hush,
Mks Hazel Bvatis, Ml is VI dot Carter,
Miss Mabel Cowcii, Mr Hurt and Joseph
Hums, Mr Bdd Koilgcrs ami others.
A Garbuid district horticultiinil meet
lug, under the auspices ol the Pur morn'
Proctlvo and Coiumcn l.il Amii , was
held at thu Garland hull rjiur.day at 2 p
Tho victors present were:
Prof. Northrop, Prof. Kail, secretary
of the Horticultural society, C. A. lilok
enloopor and J. BdwurJ Taylor, mcmbtir
of the Statu lloird of llor.lcultursl,
County Treo Iupotor W. O. Knudsou
and W. S. Hansen.
Oscar Hicrrls was thu chairman. A
giHiil i-lzed audience ws proseut, repiu
sentivcs I ting here fr in inot all of the
The Jir-st speaker was Prof. Northrop,
who dismissed the cillturuof apples, pre
paration of the soil prlror to planting,
utodo of jihiiiting, agus of trees to select,
diseases, pruiuiing, etc,
Prot. lUII said Thu Huar Hiver val
ley uas onu of thu bust places in the
state for inter apples, DcwUul bis en
til o lecture to insects and pr.iIug, us
ing noal (harts to Illustrate his' ideas.
Prof. Hlckcnlooper dwelt on thu sub
ject of trimming and pacMmr of apples
fnrxomu hngth of tlinu mid Ml. .1. Kd
aid Taj lor ventilated he subject c.f
Thu meeting as verj interesting from
bogiuuiiig to eud and much good will cur
talnly comu from these gatlierliigs.
A uotlco was glveu of a meeting of
tho P. P and O Asmi, at Garland on the
return of Proat Holmgren from Vtnh
Ington. It wai) stated thht tho object of
this organization was mutual beuunt and
not to antagonize Tho Utah Sugar Co
After tho adjournment thu Usltors
were drlen to Fielding tj.d tro the
"i' t 'f W.fi. Hansen.
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I if yo,, do't jhjs Week's Arrivals 1 u'iou,t I I
G trade with us g g trade with us g ,H
5 we both lose Our Spring Line of Gent's Ladies' and Children's Shoes we both lose H
I money -JUST IN- mt,m.y
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EVERY PAIR HBHb V EVERY PAIR I
GUARANTFED BKSW UNION-MADE
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I Get te 1 3rfTri ICJC I arM"ft 1 I
( Habit of I II MP7 HaUtof
TRADING I UJJ III L- Ik3 1 'I'UADING I
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1 HOOTHB'S. I THE MOST POPULAR. STORE hootiib'S. I
eJc)cXiic!)(!X!)c)c)oJo)a)e lOX ELDER COUNTY Sggggggggggggg H
A Miiinesolii editor says thut a
man came into his office to adver
tise for u lost dojj, and that such
was the wonderful power of ad
verli.stntf, the doc; walked into the
oflice while he wus writing the
advertisement. It pays to adver-
A llablt lu lie KacounceJ.
The mother who has acquired the hab
it of keeping on hand a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Cough Keinedy, saves herself a
great amount of anxiety. Coughs, colds
and croup, to which children are suscep
tible are uiiichly cured by Its urns. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to re
sult In pneumonia, and If given as soon
as thu first symptoms of croup appear, it
will prevent the attack. This remedy
contains nothing injurious aud mothers
give t to littlu ones ith a feeling of per
fect security. Sold by W A Kay.
In Vanausdeln's Court
WTATT VS. L'AHTKIt
In Judge ViwiNUsilulu'it court Brlday
the cau of Wilder Wyatt vs, .las. Carter
came on for hearing. Tho action was over
the, ownership of a bono and a number
of witnesses on laith sides were examined.
Tliu plaintiff was represented by Atty.
Gluts. B Koxley and Atty. .1 1) (.'all ap
peared for the defendant. The case con
sumed coiisieerHhle tlmu and tholiiial de
cision was in favor of the dufendeiit. An
uppcal was taken Saturday and the casu
will be heard In the r'ob'y term of tho
T.I! OK UTAH VH. .IAS MCCOMII.
Brlday, l'cb Dili, the case of tho State
of Utah vs. .Ins McCoiub charged with
emhe'.Iemeiit, camo on for hearing be
fore Judgu Yanuusdclii. Atty. ChasB
Foxjoy wjis foi the prosecution and Atty
J I) Call for tho defense. A verdict of
uot guilty was rendered.
This ailment Is usually caused by rlicu
mutism of the muscles mid may ho cured
by applying Chamberlain's PhJii llshu
two or three times a day and rubbing
tho parts yigoriousl' at each application
If this docs not afford relief, bind on a
piccu of flannel slightly dampeued with
Cain Hslui and quiuk relief Is almost sure
to follow, Tor sale by W A Hay.
Sale of Animals for Damages.
StHtoof Utah, I
County of Hox Bldur. f
In tho Sunset precinct of said county.
I havo iu my possosslou tho following
described est ray animals which, If not
claimed and taken away, will he sold at
public auUlou to tho highest cash bidder
at my residence iu Suiuet precinct on thu
Dth day of fob., 1W)0, at tho hour of S p.
ucnoui'noN or ammaj.s.
Ono grey home, about 10 years old, uo
brjnds vlsiblo-wclght 800 lbs.
Ono bay horso branded resembling an
airow In ulrcloou loft shoulder 800 lbs.
Onu black tnaro, no brands vblblo,
with whlta strip ' forehead 800 lbs.
Said animals were taken up by mo ou
tho 9th day of Feb., 1000.
T E SecrUt,
W J FII-'K A J FJKJB 'H
The Gorlond Livery (m
FIFE BROS., Proprietory. V
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Up-to-Date Riggs. at all. Hours H
Horses and Mules Hought and Sold . .... 1
, ., , ..... . ,,. ... Gorlond, Utah
Hack .Meets all Train at Dewoyvlll ' H
You can alwavu jjet what vou want at H
M. Honson & Sons, I
Uiigham City's Most Progressive Department Store H
A complete line of new and tip-lo date H
Dry Goods, Notions, L.ulies' and Gent's H
Furnishinirs, Shoes, and Groceries always H
on hand. H
Rclidblc Gools a Justifiable prices P
is our motto H
We can supply your wants in both staple and fancy articles. vH
Be sure and inspect our goods before making your purchases. H
Highest price paid for eggs and poultry H
tJTWe do buMiicss..3 H
M. Hanson & Sons, I
North Main St., .... l.tiirham City, Utah. H
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Our Bargain Sale I
Is now on and will be continued until Februauy 15, 1906,
On all Mtn'.s, Hoy's nnd Children's suits and overcoats we :9
give you 25 per cent off. m
Ladies' fine suiting at $ 1.05 per yard now 80c &$
' " .60 " 40c jffi
" Flannel Dress Goodj.50 f 35c "TO
" Sweaters 3.00 " 2.25 yt
it 2.IO ' " " 1.50 ' fsj
tt tt 2.50 " 2.00 $$
.1 it t 50 11 11 it t.,00 v'
M Knitted Underskirts 1.50 " " 1.00 yfe.
Fleeced wrappers 1.65 ' "125 jfJj
"Wrappers 1.25 ' 1.00 1$
Fleeced wrappers 1.10 " " .90 "VfSS
Gall and get the beaefit of the Bargains. a: