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I "Bi85iTHE GARLAND GLOBE 'fsm I
H DEVO I ED TO THE INTRESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
-VJ Vol. I. No. 10. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, April 14,1906 H
H Meeting to Discuss
H Base Ball.
B The Brlgkam City Commercial Club
H aends word that n meeting for the pur.
HJ pose nf discussing the Dmc DhII situation
BV for Box Kldcr County will be held In
Bj (hat city to-day and request that Gar-
Bj lapd be represented by two delegates to
BJ meet with other delegate! from the var-
BJ lous cltlea of the county.
BJ 'I'lu-y express themselves aa being
Bj very favorable to the organization of a
BJ League In this coijiity and tho matter
BJ will be dlictiMcd t this meeting
H M A ltootlie ,nd W 1 Katoti arc tho
BJ delegates apolnted from Garland,
H Town Board Meeting.
BJ There wan a special meeting of the
BB Town Board of Garland held in the
HV rooms of thi Garland Commercial Club
BB Tuesday night, April 11, there being
BB present at said meeting l'res. W II Howe,
BJ i Trustees T II Kdwards, John Laht,
HB T K Sccrlst and II 0 Vanuusdeln. After
H the mlnutea of tho previous meeting
B had been read by the Clerk and duly
BB approved and various other matters of
BB minor Importance discussed, the follow-
BJ Ing resolution was brought before the
BB meeting, dhwitlfcstd and rlnally passed:
Hkkoi.vV.I), that the President and
Bl Clerk ')! the Town Board, be, and they
Bff nro hereby authorised to borrow' Twelve
BJ Hundred Dollar, with interest at tho
BJ rate of 8 per annum from date borrow-
jH rd until paid, interest payable quarterly,
B and said President and Clerk are hereby
B authorized to execute a nolo for and In
behalf of the Town of Garland covering
BB raid loan.
Bl The above loan I being made by the
B Town of Garland for the purpose of pay-
H ing fur the Ton u building, jail cells, etc,
Bl reeontly erected.
!BJ Trustees Lant and Pcciist wren then
J appointed it committee on building, The
IB President alto apointrd a committee,
BB cnii i t in l; of .lolinT Unt and T. II.
BB J.dwHrd-, to drw up an ordinance for
BB the gOrmmnt of the Board of Health.
H Laid to Rest
BJ Impressive J ueral services were held
BJ nt the Garl.iitd lull last Stintlny over the
BJ fcmilns of Mr'. Leo Clayton, who died
B at the I,. I). S Hospital Friday last, after
BB a lingering Illness of several yenrs. The
BB body was embalmed at Halt Lake, pi iced
B In a beautiful casket and shipped to tliU
city where site and her husband hnvu re
H aldrd for some time paAt Mrs. Clayton
Bf whs the dnuphlerof John W. Imley and
I Luella Imlfy (deceased) of l'ailgultcli,
IB Utah She leaves u sorrowing husband,
IB two children altd a host of relatives and
iB friends to iilouru her loss. She was n
B faithful Latter-day .Saint aitd cxerdscd a
IB gnat deal of faith and patience during
IjB her sickness. Owing to so many being
IB in attendance at conference the regular
IH Sunday services were dispensed with
BJ mid the fuucral services held during the
B regular meeting hours. The Intimate
BB friends of the deceased viewed the ro-
BB tnnins at the residence In the forenoon.
B The services began at 3 p.m., Second
BB Counselor Jos. Jensen presiding. Tho
172 , ward choir furnl-died tho singing, under
BB the direction of Leslie Grover. The
BB casket, literally covered with beautiful
BB Dowers, was born from tlie resilience ny
BB ln,! pnll-hearets, followed by the mourn-
BK crs. Following were the pill-boarors:
H Geo. F. Grover, Nathan Kirkham, Ben
H Clayton. Will Clayton, Geo. Henrlo and
BE Jas, W. Imley.
H Tho aarvlccs Vegan by tho choir sing
Hi Ing "SJstcr, Thou Wast Mild and Love
B ly." Prajer by Ludvg Lan.cn. Sing
B ing, "0 Grovo Where Is Thy Victory,"
BB .Airs. Mario Wing rendering tho solo.
BB The speaker were Mr. Sanford Blng
BB ham, president of the Relief Society,
BB Albert Grover, Witt. King, J. K. C rbctt,
BE Jos. Jensen and Geo. Hcnrlc, all of
BB whom paid a high tribute to bar sterling
BB character and gave words of comfort to
BB the sorrowing ones.
HBE The closing piece by the choir was
BB Heat for tho Weary Soul." Benodlc
BB Hon by Sanford Bingham. After tho
BH benediction the congregation wore per
BJ rultted to view the remains aa they pass-
IBK A large cortage followed tho remains
IBB j lo tho cemetery The grave was dtdicat-
IBB ed by Jos. Jensen.
WBy The attendance was largo. Tho sym-
BB pithy of the entire community goes out
BB o the bereft husband and the mothe.r-
jBJ less children,
BBJ Among thu mourners was John W.
BJ Imley, father of tho deceased, and Jus.
Bf W. Imley, her brother, lioth of Pan.
BJ guitch, Utah, who left Monday for their
0p home in southern Utah.
Bk Hcber Ktobl, mannger of Stohl Bros.
K Furniture Co., of Tremont, wasweu on
B our :rctt the latter part oflatt wttk
New City Hall
Our new city hall nnd jail Is ncuring
completion. Tho outside work being
finished with the exception of n porch
and a few trimmings. The interior work
is progressing favorably. The building
is of cement blocks and presents n neat
appearance. Contractor A. J. Hawks is
busily working away to rush It to com
pletion' Tho cement lloor was put in
Monday and tho steel cells .vill bo placed
In position In n few daya. Tho west
room is 15x15 feet and will be. fitted up
for a council chamber and office. The
cast room of the building is 15x20 and
will contain two steel cells with a corri
dor all around. These cells are the
latest mako and when In use tho corridor
will bo utilized. When completed the
town can well bo proud of its hall and
jail It demonstrates- the spirit of thrift
and progress that characterizes the mem
bers of our Town Bonn).
The annual conference of tho church
of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, re
cently held at Salt LtiRe City, wns very
interesting and tho attendance was un
usually largo. Many weut from this city
and surrounding places helping to swell
the crowd. Malad City was represented
as it never was before owing to thu
opportunities of the new railroad line.
Most of our citizens have returned and
all report having had an enjoyable time.
Some changes were made in tho Quorum
of tho Twelve Apostles and other oltlces.
Three now Ajioitles were chosen to take
the places of.M. W. -Merrell, deceased,
John W. Taylor and Mathlas F. Cowley,
the latter two haing resigned.
Following arc the names of the new
officer chosen: George F. Ilichard.s, of
Tooclo county; Or on F. Whitney, Salt
Lake county; David O. McKay, Weber
county Members of the Twtlvc.
Olmrle.s II. Hart, Logan, rlrt soyen
puvldcnts of Seventies.
Jo eph F. Smith, Jr , Salt Lake City,
r.'-.itant church hintoriau.
Pr. (i W. Green weut to Dowoyvlllo
'I uenlay afternoon to mi et his wife and
they returned in the evening and dined
at the AmiIic Itestuur.int. During the
supper hour they were Interrupted by
the blowing of horns and a shower of
rice that literally covered tho foor of
the restaurant. Mr. and Mr.. Green
may not appreciate all this hilarity, hut
their friends arc numerous in this
vicinity nnd will not fail to sen that
they are protected from any serious in
jury. Tills Is the second reception given
the.M. D.in Garland.
Rlitumtlm Make Lift Mlaombk.
A happy home is the most valuable
possession that is wi'.hln the reach of
mankind, but you cannot eujoy its com
forts if you aro suffering from rheuma
tism. You throw aside business cares
w hen you enter your home and you can
be relieved from those rheumatic pains
also by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Ono appllcatl, n will give you ro
lief and its continued use for a short
timo will bring about a permanent cure.
Forsalo by Rltcr Bros. Drug Store.
Street Leveling and Grading.
Tho Town Board has secured tho use
of Tho Utah Sugar Co'n large grader aud
Is linking good uso of it this week In
putting our streets iu good shape.
Marshal Ilcnrlo has tho supervision of
tho work. Owing to tho amount of
travel during the wet season followed by
a dry spoil, It la quite a difficult task to
get the roads level and mako them pre
sent n smootho appearance, but the work
will he continued and it wont bo long
before our streets will take on a vastly
Won the Prize.
Some of the Clayton Music Co's Money
is Being circulated in Garland
The Clayton Music Co., of Salt Lake
recently offered a prizo to the one who
would make tho most words out tho
sentenco "Tho Kimball Plauo." A.I.
Grover of this city received n check or
certificate for 64 Monday for his geh
ions mental ability. Out of the above
sentence ho manufactured 063 words, no
proper nouns being used. Wlicro Al.
got tht words from would make Daniel
Webster scratch his head, but he got
them and got the prize too,
Card of Thanks.
We dcslro to express our sincere thanks
to all those who havo assisted us in any
way during tho sickness, death and
burial of our loving daughter.
Mr aud Mm Oilier Williams,
Don't forget that the Garland Drama- i
tic Co. appear at tho Gorland Hall to-
night iu "My Partner's Wife," a bvauti-
fill mclo-drama of Northern California. ,
Every person Interested iu the welfare of
this city should come out and witness '
this play as It deserves the loyal support ,
of all good citizens. Home talent, homo J
industry and anything that retains and '
circulates the money here is what w
want. Home dramatic companies are.
being organized all over the stale. Let
us encourage our local talent. Secure
your tickets early at Grover and Hose
At the Garland hall Friday afternoon,
April 0, funeral services were held over
the remains of Minnie Williams, the l-t-year
old daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Oliver
Williams, who passed nway from the ef
fects of pneumonia Wednesday, April t
Bp. W. L. Grover presided, Jo-.. Jen
sen In charge. The singing wns furnish
ed by members of the choir under the
direction of Leslie- Grover. Opening
song, "Down by the Illvcr's Verdant
Side." Prayer by Bp. Grover. Singing,
"Wlio aro Thaso Arrayed in White."
Tho following speaker g,lVc words of
comfort to the parents of tho deceased:
Geo. Henric, Jos, Jensen and Bp. Gro
ver. Singing, "Home, Sweet Homo."
Benediction by Ovo, Henric.
A beautiful wreath of Mower waa con
tributed and laid on tho casket by school
mates rf tho deceased. Thu remains
were interred in the city cemetery. Two
of the children of Mr. and Mrs. Williams
arc reported to be quite sick with the
Gov. John C Cutler hn.s designated and
proclaimed Monday, April 10, 1000, as
Arbor day, and iu said proclamation lia
rccommcndi d that said day be observed
as n public holiday, and that all riliein
"devote the day to the plnntlng of trees,
flowers Mid shrubs and to tiie beautify
ing of public grounds and private residences."
Bruce Grant and Clarcuc Hun;aclcr
arc ou a trip in Nevada.
Hcvvjet Tolmiin is on tho sick list.
Bon Hunsacker loaded a car of horses
There is talk of building an addition
to our meeting house.
Lars Nelson & Co gave a dance last
Friday night which was well attended.
Del Bruke aud Ben Tolman arc put
ting up picket fences ou their places.
D. II. Hammond and J. C. Madscn
were recent visitors to Jlrigham
Married in Salt Lake.
Lylc Buscnbark of Collluston, and
Miss Agues Hawks, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Hawks of this city, were
united iu marriage at Salt Lake Thurs
day, April 5th. Both are popular
young people. They returned Saturday
and will make this city their homo We
wish the youug couplo a hippy and
prosperous journey through life.
Expressions of Gratitude.
I desire to express my gratitude and
appreciation to those who so kindly
tendered their services during the long
illness, suffcriug, death and burial of my
loving wifo and thank all for tho sym
pathy manifested in tho hour of sorrow.
A week ago yesterday the junior ball
team went to Tremont and completely
whitewashed the boys of that placo In a
score nf SO to 1 in favor nf Garland. M
A Boothc promised to present tho boys
with a base ball outfit if they would beat
Tremont. On their return they drilled
Into tho stoio with ii "yell" and got the
goods. Saturday the Tremont Juniors
enme here and got n second dose and
"our kids" arc as proud as peacocks
over thu result.
Caught Cold WhII. Huntlne a liurglif.
Mr Win, Thos, Lanorgan, provlnci.il
Constable at Chaplcau, Ontario, says; "I
caught , tcvero cold while hunting a
burglar In the forest swamp last fall.
Hearing ot Chamberlain's Cough
Bemedy, I tried it, nnd after usiuj; two
small bottles, I was completely cured."
This remedy ia lutended especially for
coughs and colds. It will loosen and re
lievo a BQvefo cold in less timo than by
any other treatment and is u favorite
vhcrover Its superior excellence has be
come knov n. For sale by Hltcr Bros.
Thjc ifgglci 1 flL'uh0 1 Bfll
I I Ilw3 W vxii o I Habit of I H
tJMMT AXMiVQIS &JJ I BOOTHL'S. I
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Rase Rail fjjoods, H
A FULL LINE OF THE U
famous reach bros. Fishing Tackle, I
Guns, Ammunition, etc. H
We also have the agency for B
Edison Phonographs & Records. '- M
Boothe Mer. & Produce CO., I
t5"THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN BOX ELDER COUNTYgj
In our last issue we published a local
saying that tho Lehl Commercial Club
had passed resolutions against tho Editor
of the Lehl Banner for failing to give
tho club prominence, etc, Wo hasten to
correct our mistake. Wc secured the in
formation from an exchange, but made a
mistake in the name of the city. It was
Neplil nnd not Lchi. These two cities
sound much alike and wo wrote It Neplil
but the dovll set It up Lchi. Iu most
cases the sins of the father aro visited on
the heads of tho children, but in this
case "Lchi" had to answer for the sins
James M Kirkham, editor oMlic Lohl
Banner, desired us to correct this mis
take and a few extracts from his letter
will show that he lias grounds for asking
"When shown your artlcU Ux!y, wvenl mem
ber of the Commercial Club were quite provoked
nd expreeeed the kindest foelings toward the
Manner. I was the Ant to start tho onwnlzation
Lehl being the tlrat ctly ouUlde of 8alt Lake, Off
don and Log-an to organize a dub. I am Asst.
Secy of the club, a member of the house com
mittee and aeveral other committees and have
taken an active part In all the progress of the
The Banner has had its colums filled
with club matters and wo havo read
these items with interest each week. A
mistake samctlmcs occurs in a typo
graphical way tbat wo overlook in
proof-reading. Kindly overlook this
error Mr Kirkham and accept our cor
rection. In justice to the Lchi Commercial Club
we also state that Mr Kirkham says the
club has passed no resolutions against
1'or week ending April I2lh:
M E Aoderson, Jas Romer, firlhem City. C
Btradley, G W Oeymon. Burley. Idaho. Fit Bohm
bach, P C Lewis, S L City, GeoThomss, Clevclsnd,
O., J A Peterson, Logan, C H Turner, Ogdon.
t3y"Get your Butter Wrappers
printed at the Globk Job Office
The residence' of W. ft. Parke of
lilvcrslde Is ucarlng completion.
Another room is being added this
week to the resldenco occupied by Ursol
Will Clayton is putting some finishing
touches on the Claytou Houso this week.
As hoon as the weather Is favorable the
building will receive a coat of paint and
Tho foundation Is In and tho work pro
gresslng favorably on tho new residence
of Bp. W. L. Grover on his property
opposite tho School building. It is to be
a brick structure and will be a neat ad
dition to that part of the city.
J F Erdmann is in Garland this week
and has been rushiug tho work on the
now mill. It is towering high In the air
aud begins to present a mtlMiko appear
ance. Some ttoublo with water in thi
basement Is delaying tho work, but i
drain is being cut and this'trouble wll
be a thing of the past In a few days
Hereafter all stores will close at 8 p. m
with the exception of Saturday's and
legal holidays. It
Charles Brown, U. S. Government
Drainage Engineer for the Department
of Experiment Stations, is now iu Gar
land for tho purposo of carrying on n
series of diaiuago experiments in the
Bear Blvcr Valley for tho Government.
Mr. Brown expects to bo in tho Valley
for about six weeks or two mouths,
making his headquarters at Garland
and whilv hero he will thoroughly in
vestigate tho conditions that exist in this
valley. For about a year Mr. Brown
was in tho employ of The Utah Sugar
Co as its Civil Engineer, but severed
his connection with that company in
March of 1005, to accept tho position he
now holds with the government. Wo
wish Mr. Brown every hucccss in the
work that has been assigned him. '
Mosiah Evans returned from a flying
business trip to Santa Clara Valley, Cal
ifornia on Wednesday, where ho aud
George Austin had gone to pass upon tho
purchase of a tract of land which somo
Utah capitalists contemplated purchas
ing. He reports that nothing in tho way
of purchasing was done and says that
tho proposition may bo taken up again
later on. Tho trip was a delightful ono,
as California at tho present time is wear
ing its most beautiful dress, flowers and
fruit trees in bloom, grass growing,
everywhere and the weather most de
lightful, Ho is, however, glad to bo
j 1 1 1 i i Bty avavayaifl
Ladies' Self-Culture Glub. B
Tho meeting of the Ladies' Sclf-Cul- fl
turo Club, appointed for Thursday after- H
noon nt Mrs T IIa Edwards, wasj;liangcd H
aud held at Mrs Jos Wing's home, Mrs BBBJ
Edwards being in Salt Lake. She re- BBB
turned, however, to take part in the BBB
club meeting and will entertain thu BBB
members at her homo at tho next meet- BBJ
lug, Thursday, April 20. A pleasant BBB
afternoon was spent. Vicc-cJiairmau BBB
Mrs Whcclnn presiding. Tho roll show- BBB
cd ten members present. Mrs Wing aud 'BBBJ
Mrs Mowry rend to tho club a part of thu BBB
story "Gratis Stork." It will bo cou- BBB
tiuued at the next meeting. BBB
c A full attendance whs urged to .bo BBB
present at next meeting as important 'BBB
business matters will bo transacted. BBB
After tho mcctiug dainty refreshments BBB
wcro served, BBB
"Saciiikick Sale On clothing, bats, BB
shirts, suspendors, etc. Suits from f-i.50 BBJ
up, Come and get your suit while tho BBJ
prices arc down below cost. Garland BBJ
Clothing House, a 14-21 BB
Mrs. Lucy Wight, Miss Lucy Davis BBB
and Miss Iva Wight of Malad City, Ida., H
were visiting in this city Tuesday, tho BBB
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. David Dartou. BBB
Hcber C. Cutler had the misfortuno to BBB
have tho third finger of his Jelt hand BBB
badly cut and bruised Tuesday after- B
noon. While passing through anopcu BBB
doorway at Thu Utah Sugar Factory tho Bfl
wiud blow tho door shut and his finger BBB
was caught between tho door and the BBB
casing with the. above results. Bfl
A nice assortment o! Men's Spring Suits and Pants; yWVA
Also a Fine Assortment of Children's and Youth's Suits for 4Sly
Spring and Summer. wJSi
We can fit your boys up from head to foot at the right B'Jjff
prices. Gall and look over our line before you buy. "ViU
Yours Resp. Itffi
W. X RAY. I
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