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BA Vol. I. No. A. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, rich 3,1906. I
H Business Firm Incorporates
B Tbo well kriowu business Arm of W II
BB Boo the ii Son, who have been transacting .
Bfl business la this city the past season, in-
Bfl torpomted the fore part of the week uu-
ler the llrm nama of Boothc Mercantile
H A Produce Co., lu tbo sum of 120,000.
BJ The olllcers of the firm are:
'Bf H. Franklin Boot he, president,
W II lkiothe, Sr., vice-president.
M A Hoothe, Secy. .Treasurer and Man-
B The above named , with Mrs 8 P Bootho
B mid Moroni Ward of Riverside, constitute
the Board of Director.
B The articles of incororatlon were
drawn up by Atty. Neb Jenson who filed
U the tame with the -secretary of Stato
H ' Business will bo carried on In the same
H s buslucss-liko method that ban crowned
flf their effort!) with success In the paBt.
H . ' Business Changes
H, V The Garland Cafe, formerly managed
m by Diuk Zitsmau, wan sold to Tom Nogi-
m ma the fore part of tho week and Mr Zlt-
IB aman moved the bakery to hi old atand
B v cast of the Garland Livery where ho In-
H tend to continue baking bread. Mr,
H Noglma will remodel the building and
J conduct a lint-class refituurant and lunch
H atand. .
I Meat Market Changes Hands
I The Mathlas & Parry butcher shop on
I Factory St., changed hands this week,
BJ Mr. Mathlas havjngsold his interest to
H Mr. Dun Parry who was oue of tho firm
I member uud the main stay of tho busl-
ness. Mr. Parry has bad years of i-xper-
B. leneo In thU lino nnd tbo success of the
m business lu tho pant Is largely due to hi
J business ability and progressive spirit.
H Thu llrm haa secured tho services of Leon
Morgan of Itlgby, Ida., who Is an expert
H at the block.
fm The matter of stocking up and keeping
JsH on bund everything necessary to run a
B MirccM-fu) business will be promply at
BH tended to.
H Mr. John Bingham, Jr., lias the local
Bfl . management of thu busiuess at present.
" NEW CASHIER FOR BANK
B Thu Uank of Uurland haa made a
B change this week lu its cashier. The
B former cashier, U P Hume) going out and
m L U Young tilling th vacaucy . Mr Ram-
H el has tilled tbo KMltlon as cashier for
M thu past year aud haa made
H many friends In this vicinity. He left
H for Salt Lnku City Thunday to Join his
H folks who went there a few weeks ago.
H A pohlllon Is lu store for him at Salt Lake
we are Informed.
B Mr L O Young, son of II 8 Young,
I cashier of Ueseret 1st Nat 'I, at Salt Lake
I City, accepted thu joltloii March 1st.
I He is u bright young man, well qualified
and highly respected.
Prest. W W Hltcr and II 8 Youug
came up from Salt Lako City tho fore
part of the weekaud thu matter waa
aatisfactorally arranged and Sir Young,
i 8r., having had years of cxpcricucu as
slstcd bis sou In starting out in this re
'V Thu Agricultural Superintendents of
The Utah Sugar Company, despite tho
Ffact that the roads arc almost lmpasaablo,
are hard at work now securing contracts
for the growing of sugar beets for tho
coining season. On account of tho mis
erable condition of the roads it lias been
almost Impossible for thesu geutlcmen to
' reach tho most remote portions of their
respective districts, still they report tbo
. farmers signing up tho contracts In good
1 shape, and predict a good , largo acrcago
i for thu coming season.
I Vanausdcln-Goss Safe.
The Vanausdelu-Uoss public satu Bat-
K unlay lust drow a good-sized crowd aud
B was successfully carried ou by Auction-
K cor W. P. Crodur who secured full value
H for most every thing offered for sale.
rSL A II Qleusoii paid S107 for oue horse and
IR others brought from 23 to 1100 each.
mm II M Holler who acted as click, purchos-
B at a. neat profit, V A Gosh secured a po-
B ny for S42 and Mr. Ault bought tbo spot-
VM ted horso at a little less thau 100.
H l The hill road to Pt. Lookout is report-
SJ cd to lie iu good shape (julto dry.
Commercial Club Meeting
There was a meeting of tho Garland
Commercial Club iu the Club rooms in
Ittter Bros Block Monday night Feb 20th,
for thu purpose ol receiving tho reports
of the various committees. Owing to the
sickness of W H Howe, Chairman of the
Commjtee on Constitution, By-Laws and
Articles of Incorporation, this comralteo
was unable to report Intelligently aud
were granted an extension of two weeks
time In which to prepare said report.
Somdnaw members wero admitted.
The time of holding the regular meet
Ing was set for thu second Monday of
A committee consisting of H Bush, W
H Vanlleet and M A Bootho was appoin
ted for thu purpose of soliciting member
ship and wero urged to do all in their po
wer to Increase the number of club mem
bers. At the Meeting At the Board of Gover
nors, which was held Immcdlatly after
the adjournment, of the regular club
meeting, the resignation of J A Wixo'm
as assistant secretary was tendered by
that gentleman hnd accepted. Tho rea
son for this resignation as given by Mr.
Wlxom was on account of lack of tlmo
on his part to attend to tho many duties
of assistant secretary, and also on
account of the serious accident recently
sustained by him. Mr K L Bush was
then appointed assistant secretary to
occupy tho vacancy caused by thu resig
nation of Mr Wlxom.
Atarax Ktp Chambarlaln'a Couch
IUmbr In HU Houm.
"Wo would not bo without Chamber
lain's Cough Ilcmedy. It is kept on
hand continually In our homo," aays WW
Kearny, editor of tho Independent, Low
ryclty, Mo That Is just what every
family should do. When kept at hand
ready 'for Instant use, cold may bu
checked at tho outset and cured in much
less time than after It has become settled
In tho system. This remedy Is also
without a peer for croup In children, aud
will prevent the attack when given as
soon as tho child becomes hoarse, or even
after thu croupy cough appears, which
can only bo douo when tko remedy Is
kept at hand. For sale by Idler Bros
Last week two Japanese laborers, Y
Katamura nod Harry Tanaka, got Into n
row that resulted In one having his hand
soverly cut. They quarrelled and one
attempted tit strike the other and to avoid
tho blow ho drew a kulfo cutting the
other fellow's hand. Both men left for
Ogdcn aud have not been heard of since.
Team Runs Away.
At 2 p. m. Sunday tho team of Gcorgo
Carter attached to n rig camc galloping
into town from Trcmont aud wero stop
ped b'Cliarles Ault in front of W A
Hay's store. Mr. Carter and fojks had
started to Trcmont and had stopped at n
neighbors leaving thu team iu the road.
They became frightened and ran away
keeping in thu middlu of tho road all the
tlmo until th'er rcabed town. No dam-
mago was done and Mr. Carter soon ar
rived and found his team safoly tied in
front of tho Pearl Saloon. Ho says this
Is tbo first tlmo thoy ever ran away nnd
it was somewhat of a surprise to blm,
Self-Culture Club. ,
Tho members of thu Ladles Self-Culture
Club met In regular session last Fri
day afternoon at tho homo of Mrs Mosinh
Evans, Prest. Somson In tho chair. Tbo
attendance was qulto small only sovon
being pruscnt. Two now raumburs wcru
admitted to tho club Mrs. Edwards and
Mrs Sellers. Owing to Mrs. Htimol hav
ing moved away shu was honorably re
leased from tho membership qf thu club.
Mrs. Eaton, Mrs, Edwards and Mrs.
Whcelon were appointed a commltco of
three on entertainment of any mombcr
who, for a reasonable excuso, may with
draw from the club.
The ladles then read "Llttlo David
Dvliclous refreshments wero served and
the club adjourned till Thursday, March
8th to meet at thu home of Mrs Lant.
Miss Edna Carter who bus becu ill fur
tho past week has returned for duty at
central and her gentle voice is welcomed
over tho lluo again.
1 jjjjj0j I am Closing Out
1 Ladies' Furnish- My entire lme o! Fal1 and w,n,er Good?
! , .,., Consisting of Ladies' Furnishings.
m ings, Millinery, ., .
mm - . HATS, Dress Goods, Etc., at lees
B Dress Goods & .. . . , ,
mm i w tj,an cost t0 maJce room for my
K NOtiOnS. -ELEGANT LINE OF SPUING GOODS-
itt dmiMdJdL0 ZK Mlirip porter block,
Wm IMSlMFimFLmFVmr M I ay. OAnLAND, UTAH.
Garland Town Board
v A meeting of the Trustees of the Town
of Garlaud was held lu thu Commercial
Club rooms Tuesday Night, Fob. 37th.
The mectlug (convened for nbout two
uud one hulf hours, nnd cevcml matters
of Import nee wcru brought up for dis
cussion aud settlement . Thu President
of the Town Board was Instructed to se
cure some legal advise in regurd to tho
securing of a loan of not to exceed $1500
to pay for tho construction of a Town
Building and jail cells for same.
There was aUo a commltco of two ap
pointed for the purpose of getting up
printed forms for the Marshall and Jus
tice to make their monthly reports upon
and thu president appointed Messrs. J no.'
T Luut uud T II Edwards to act a that
commltee. It was further dlcided that
the regular meeting of thu Town JBoard
be held ou the tint Tuesday ofeach
mouth lu tho Garland Commercial Club
rooms, meeting to begin at 7:30 p. m.
Thu question of the appointing of otllcers
of the towi wus held over for u full board
One especially wise move was made by
the city Fathers, which consisted of the
appointing of a Board of Health to con
sist of two of the Board of Trustees and
a resldeut physician Thu president ap
liolnted Mettsrs. Edwards and Lant and
i)r. J M Fraucku. Thu president was
also Instructed to npplut two comtnltccs
consisting of two members of the board
each to Investigate with the property
owners the ndvislballty of establishing a
sidewalk district, onu of tho commltces
to work north of tho Factory Street aud
tho other to worfc-south of thu Factory
Street. Tho president appointed Messrs.
Lant and Secrist for tho district north of
Factory Street nnd T 11 Edwurds and II
C Vanaiihdeln for thu district south of
; After other matters of minor Impor
tance wcru brought up, discussed ami fi
nally voted upon, thu meeting was ad
journed to re-convene at thu rooms of the
Garlaud Comiumerclal Club on March
0th at 7:30 p, m.
List of Jurors
Following is thu list of jurors drawn
for Feb'y term of District Court beginn
ing iMareh Cth.
John 8 Mason of Plymouth, John L
Christensun, J B Mnthlas, Henry Kotter
Jr., Lars 11 Larsen, J Francis Mcrrcll, P
C Chrlstensen, Win Wight uud Frank W
Earl of Brlgham City, Levi John of
Portage, J W Greyn of Manila, K It Sher
man, I'reiuuutou; James C Whcelon Cor
Inuu, Geo M Ward, I'ortsgu; Elliott Drew,
Point Ixxikout; Geo W Showell of Snow
villu uud Nets Jensen of Kellou.
Soiuo chnnges aro continually bolug'
made in thu mall service and thu follow
ing will keep you posted till thu next
Mull from Salt Lnku and South arrives
heru ou thu 10:50 train, bringing morn
Mall for Itiversldc, Fielding and all
points between heru unit Malad City goes
north over thu 10:.r0 u. m. traiu anil mail
from the above mentioned places returns
on thu iifternomi train. ".Mall leaves here
for south at !):20 uud connects with Cache
Valley local at Brlgham and reaches Salt
Lake thu same evening.
Afflicted With RheunuUtm
"I wns uud am yet ullllcted with rheu
matism," says Mr. J (1 Bayne, editor of
thu Herald, Addlngtou, Indian Territory,
"but thanks to Chamberlain's Pain Balm
nut able oucu more to attend to bunluuss.
It Is the best of liniments." If troubled
with rheumatism glvu Puiu Balm a tiial
aud you will bu more than pleased with
the prompt relief which It affords. Oue
application relieves thu pain. For salo by
Illter Bros. Drug Co.
Number 1, Volume 1, of the Garland,
Utah, Globe lias been received at this
office, nnd Is a very neat nnd well arrang
ed paper. Its columns ni'o uUo Melt pat
ponl.cd with advertising nnd Is a good
representative of that growing placu.
Success to tho Globe. Globe-Header,
Pay son, Utah.
The following Is clipped from the
Southern Idaho Mall published at Black
foot, Ida., by W K Smith. Mr. Smith
published thu Box Elder Herald nt Brlg
ham City hlxtccu years ngo.
The Garland Globe is thu next sheet
that came to our attention. It is u neat
well-gotteu-up, six-column quarto, pub
lished nt Gurhiud, Utah, and at the mast
head we see the name of our old friend,
J Arthur Wlxom. Arthur commenced
to lenrn the printer's tradu In our ofllcc
'several years ago nnd wu ore glad to seu
him at Inst with a paper of his own.
A Commercial Club was organized ut
Garlaud, Utah, last week. Our former
well-known townsman, J A Itostau, was
elected secretary and ulo u member of
tho board of governors. Montpc llcr Examiner.
A GOOD MOVE
Marshal W It Vuntleet has posted bills
forbidding rldlug ou town biduwalks.
Those who do so aro subject to prosecu
tion Keep tlium off Marshal, tho road
U tho place for teams.
It will not cost you a cent to try
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets, and thoy nru excellent for stomach
troubles ami constipation, Get it trial
box nt Ititer Bros. Drug Storu.
If you don't I C f A TH f ll'fi Q A I ""-J jj I
g tradewlthus WdlV JL U J. ViidWV trudewithu H
we both lose S we ,,, ose (5
I money You can we3uc tliein anywhere ...o.uy I
iaeeeeeseeJI at any time and ezperi- GQi I
W?T ace that complete com- I
$ JJfigLm fort-satisfaction which f I
ti 1 ffslwPr tie correct dresser t I
1 1 i MBm always feels- If I
I ft I IMPfef They look -they wear -they 0 s I
5 1 VK imWW are like the good merchant tai- J
I Jkmm, lored earmenta the GREAT g ?
ffalHBs difference is in the price. w I
5 jj JgBw?ol They are the p
Jmm Clothes '
I act the I tfBI This store is stocked with Gt.tth0
I iiabit or! W;H dependable wearing apparel I ab-Uof
I trading I W W nothing else finds a place here. TRADma I
1 Rt I lW& Come See What WE 1 t
I boothe's. I matt Offer I bootue's- I
Next Door East of Boothe's
Mrs. Ava Sasser,
Regular Meals and Lunches are Served.
Tho Best Plncc in Tho City.
Booms - - 50c
First Class Lime
THE UTAH SUGAR CO.
G. S. liowry,
Painting and Paper-Hanging.
Our popular clothing man, M G Han
sen loft town more than a week ago and
failed to tell us why, but reports enmo to
us the foro part of tho week of his mar
riage In tho Salt Laku temple, Feb'y 21st
to oue of Laytou's most popular young
ladics'.Miss Alice King.thst were self ex
planltory of his sudden doimrture.
Thu many friends of Mr Hanson will
be pleased to lenrn this nous. Mr uud
lrs Hansen aro visiting friends in that .
vicinity. The Globe extends congratula
tions wishing thum a plcnsant and pros
perous Journoy through life. They will
rcsldo lu this city, Sanford Bingham, Jr.,
is lu charge of his busiuess during his
A FsvorJU Itemed? for Dtbtei.
Its pleasant tasto and prompt cures
have mado Chamberlain's Cough Bemody
a favorite with mothers of small children.
It qulrhly cures coughs colds und pre
vents any daugcr of pneumonia or other
serious consequences. It not only cures
croup, but wheny given as boon as tho
croupy tough uppearcs will proveut tho
attack. For salo by Illter Bros. DrugCo.
W J FIFE A J FIFE H
The Garland Livery I
FIFE BROS., Proprietors. I
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables Up-to-Date Rigga at all Hours
Horses and Mules Bought and Sold .
Hack Meets-all Train at Dewey vlll farlOlld, - Utll ' - -M
You can always pet what vou want at H
M. Hanson & Sons, I
Brigham City's Most Progressive Department Store- H
I A complete line of new and up-to-date H
Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies' and Gent's H
Furnishings, Shoes, and Groceries always H
on hand. H
Relioble Goods ot Justifiable prices
is our motto H
We can supply your wants in both staple and fancy articles. H
Be-sure and inspect our goods before making your purchases. '
Highest price paid for eggs and poultry H
tarWo do businesses H
M. Hanson & Sons, I
North Main St., .... Brigham City, Utah.
f" . I
Our 1-4 off I
On summer suits and overcoats will continue to the end of
this month I
J0J0J0J0J0jf ' 1
JUST RECEIVED 1
An addition to our Spring Line ot Ladies' and Child's
Shoes which makes our Spring Line Quite Complete. M
Call and examine our shoes and compare prices before you j&
Yours Respt im
W. A. RAY.