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H DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY jH
H Vol. I. No. 13. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, May 7, 1906 jH
H Garland vs.
H Brigham City.
H TWO GAMES 500KCD.
H Whllo you aro Reading This the Oar-
H land Boyi are Waxing it to Brig-
M bam In Good Style,
M One of the most enthusiastic games of
M base bull ever played In the county Is
H going ou In Brigham today between
M Brigbatn and Garland. Our team left
M here with light heart and bright hope
M before them m tbey are In excellent
H shape for the contest. If tbey loose the
H game It Is not going to discourage them
H In the leant as another big contest Is
M booked to take place In this city at the
H Garland Athletic Park Saturday, May
12th. Our boys will feel more at home
on their own grounds and If you waut
H to see some "Good Base Ball"
H don't fall to witueHS the contest next
M Saturday, May 12th. Success to our
M The Garland tram is lined up as fol-
H Catch Feathcrstonc
H First-basu Wallls
H Second-bast Fowler
M Third-base Sebaffer
H Short Stop Evans
H Left Meld Oleason
M Center Field Van I.cuven
H Hl-bt Field Hall
M Saturday night, May 12, aftr the big
M basebnll coutcst, a grand ball will be
H given at the Garland Amusement Hall
H for tho benefit of the Garland Base Ball
B Team. Come out, aud bring your small
H change in LARGE quantities.
H Change in Town Board.
M Tuesday night at the niMtlugoftho
M Garluud Town Board Walter 1 Eaton,
1 who has faithfully filled the posltiou of
M Town Clerk for the past nine month,
H banded in bis resignation from the duties,
H of that office. Mr Eaton bus been one
M of the main stays of our Town Boird
H and resigns In honor. Ills mauy posl-
M tions of trust necessitates bin gMug up
H the position to another.
M Thu Town Hoard hesitated in accept-
M lng his release aud feel that they have
H lost a good member. However, the
Board were fortunate In securing It. L.
B Bush to till the vacancy. He is a highly
H reHpccted young man of exceptionally
M bright talents and we congratulate the
Board iu its selection of a competent
M Clerk to fill the vacancy.
M Ladies' Basket Ball Team.
M Wednosday evening a number of
young ladles gathered at the home of
m Miss Ada Fowler and organized a baskot
fl tf ball team for the season of 1006. Miss
Ada Fowler was chosen as manager.
fl The colors selected for the uniforms
were blue and tan. Miss Elva Booth
was named as captain of the blues aud
H Miss Mury Bowcu as captain of the tnn.
fl All tbii necessary equipment is on
H band except tho suits for this season and
H a committee was selected to solicit funds
to defray tho expense of new uniforms.
H Tho Hue up U as follows:
M Elva Booth Mary Bowen
M lva Parkinson Ada Fowler
H Fern Lew Is Nora Booth
M Nina Winters Hazel Edwards
H Two more ladies are wanted to make
H thu organization complete. Any lady
H wishing to join should consult Miss Ada
H Fowler, tho mauagcr. The first game
H of thu season is billed for an afternoon
M Not Newspaper Gossip.
H The Garland Mercantile Co. have tie-
H monstrated the fact that all wo have
H said concerning their new Improvements
H Is not newspaper gossip. Excavating
H - work commenced Thursday for the
H foundation of their largo brick structure
fl and the building will be rushed to com-
ple.llnu, Weather conditions liuve do-
M liyrd this work, but Garland will so.n
H have another tine building to its credit.
Mlxs Mbhala Garn has ceased singing
M "Iu the Shade of tho Old Apple Tiw,"
H Jteasont TueMlay ulght the lightning
H struck an apple tree iu front of A. It.
H Capcner's residence aud knocked the
Meetings of the Gar
land Town Board.
TO ESTABLISH GRADE.
Clerk W. P. Eaton Resigns R. L. Bush
Chosen to Fill Vacancy. A Spec
lal Session Wednesday Night
The regular monthly meeting of the
Garland Town Board was held Tuesday
evening iu the rooms of the Gurland
Commercial Club nil members present
Merchants M A Boothu aud Dan Parry
woro present and petitioned the Board
for either a reduction in the amount of
tho local license) or that the license of
traveling tnerchauta such as meat
wagons, etc ( be raised to the amount
churged local merchants. Tho matter
was left to a committee consisting of H.
C. Vanausdeln iind J. T. Lnut fur ad
justment. The report of thu Building Committee
was then called for, aud Secret, uschulr
man, reported that the contractors had
just completed the hard finish and was
of thu opluion that same was ready for
the placiug of cells. The gentlemen In
question agreed to ascertniu for certain
on the morrow aud ndiisc the President.
Marshal Hcnrlc submitted his report,
which was accepted and ordered riled
Tho Justice's report was also heard aud
Tho matter of drainage of the Town
was discussed, and President Rowe
authorized to communicate with thu O
S L Railway Co. as well as other own
ers of property adjacent 13 thu Town in
an effort to secure a more thurough sys
tem of drainage.
The Clerk read to tho Board a com
munication from the R M DTtl. Co. re
specting thu granting of a frauehi o to
operate their telcphouo system lu thu
corporate limits. The matter was left
in the hands of a committee consisting
of W II Rowc aud John T Lnut.
Town Clerk, W P Eaton, asked that
his resignation as clerk bo accepted, ou
thu ground that his manifold duties out
side of tho town work prevented him
giving the proper amount of time and
attention to his work as Towu Clerk.
Mr Eaton's resignation was reluctantly
accepted by thu Board. Mr HL Bush,
by unanimous vote, was appoluted to the
Kisition mudu vacuut by tho resignation
of Clerk Eaton, his salary to remain the
same as that paid Clerk Eaton, resigned.
Mr Eaton was tendered a hearty vote of
thanks for the efficient manner in which
thu accounts of thu town had been hand
led, aud also for the timely advise which
at all times bos been given by bim. Thu
president wus authorized to present Mr
Eaton with a letter of thanks, signed by
thu entire board. Trustee Lnut was ap
pointed to check Mr Eaton out of office.
The matter of sending usslstaucu to
thu victims of tho San Francisco disaster
was discussed, and It whs decided that
the Town Board, lu conjunction with the
Church aud Commercial Club, tako steps
for the relief of thosu uufortuuato eo
pie. Upon motion duly carried, thu meet
ing was adjourned.
At a special meeting of thu Town
Board C. W. Knudsonand Wm. Preston,
representing thu Garland Mercantile Co.,
appeared and requested that a town
grade bo established. A committee con
sisting of T 11 Edwards and J T Liuit
weru appointed to confer with J. ('.
Whcclou In relation to thu mutter. Ac
tion will be taken Immediately ami a town
grade established soou.
New Barber Shop Opens.
Thursday morning thu Hurrls-Perklns
barber shop opened up for business and
bud a good run thu first day. Work Is
being rushed on the bath room and Mr
Harris Informed us last night that It
would be lu operation to-day. The shop
it modern In every ropect, new furni
ture, chairs and other equipments hav
ing recently been purchased ut Salt
Lake, llelug on tho corner of Main and
Factory streets, and situated In a neat
building tho shop take on n very metro
IMilltiiu nppesruueo aud customers wou't
Imve to bunt for n barber shop lu this
city from now on.
For the Uufortunate
The Town Board, Commercial Club and
Church Join Hands in Relieving
thu Sun Francisco Sufferers.
Tho Garland Town Board, Commercial
Ctub and Church have Joined hands in
n movo to assist the unfortunate people
of Sun Francisco. Wednesday and
Thursday ot this week were set apart as
days to rccrlvc anything toaldlhovli
tlms of the terrible disaster
A host of tho good sisters of tho Re
lief Society gathered at the home of Mrs.
Jos. Jensen Thursday aud with ma
chines, scissors, thread and needles con
verted about 75 yards of cloth Into chil
dren's clothing to be sent to the unfor
tunate victims of the terriblo California
disaster. Besides this a considerable
amount of ready-made clothing has Im-cii
subscribed consisting of wrappers, blous
cs and various other wearing apparel.
A good hearted bachelor (mime with
held) gave a big bundle of men's cloth
log for tho suffers. The addition of n
few buttons and some stitches by the
good sisters made the package very au
ceptablu and will ghe comfort to some of
the men folk v ho are In need. If the
California "wife getters" will send bim
n wlfu we may be Induced to furnish
them with his nunc, otherwise "mum"
Is tho word.
Mrs Jon Jensen and Mrs. J. A. Wlxom
were appointed a committc to receive tin
offerings at thu Garland Hall Wcducsdu.x
and I'burrday. Following is a list of
thu names mid amounts suhscrllied:
This list, however, Is only a beginning
and will be greatly enlarged in a few
days. In our next issue we will pub
lish the complete list.
.los Jensen ........ .... 5.00
lames .I'cum!U . .. 5.00
J.I Sellers 5.00
MI.J,eab'Bush f M.00
Wont tell u ...: 1.00
Mr San ford Bingham 2 wrapper)
Sauford IHnghum . 2 men's hIiIiU
Mosiuh Evans ..... Large box of Clothing
Unknown . ....... children's clot hlnj.
Buehulor bundle of cluthluj.
Relief Society and Merchants
. .. Big bundle, homc-mudc clothing
Mrs W P Eaton
Trunk full of hand-mado clothing
May Day Celebration.
The Primary children of this city cele
brated .May I)ay at the Garland Amuse
ment Hall in fitting style Tuesday after
noon, May 1st. Thu celebration was un
der the auspices of the Primary Presi
dency, Mrs. Sybil Roberts iu charge.
The May Queen was Miss Luclla Fife,
the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs A
J Fife, blio whs beautifully dressed for
the occasion aud presented a Queen-like
appearance. As tho curtain arose she
occupied a throne ou thu stage that was
tastefully decorated In the colors of the
"May Pole." Sterling Lewis was Best
Man or King of the celebration aud was
truly a baiidsomo little Klug. On the
stagi wus the "Muy Polo" and to tho
miisio of the plauo four young ladles
tastefully dru-isvd In white, assisted by
four bravo young men, gmcefully
wound and unwound tho rlhbonsof green,
pink, blue mid white around the "May
Pole." Tho names of the dancers
around the ".May Polo" were: Nina
Winters, Vera Edwards, Ezma Lewis,
MbiiiIc Sas-er, Paul Ray, Keith Win
ters, Georgo Robinson and Ross Evans
A program was carried out consisting
of tbu following selections:
Song, "lvely, lively May," Primary
Prajor by Up. W. L. Grovcr.
Duet, "Search for tho Fairy Quccii,"
Luella l-'lfu and Jennie Wanlass.
March, led by the May Queen and the
girls ami buys who wrapped thu "May
After tho program the children engag
ed In dancing and a very pleasant after
noon was spent.
The Primary officers are to be con
gratulated lu the successful way they
entertained thu Primary children.
There were fully 200 lu attendance.
Tho voting for tin: May Quceu was at
Grover, Rose As Co's store a few days
prior to tho celebration and the follow
ing is the result of the votes cast:
Luulla Fife 41
.Mamie Sasser 40
Vera Edwards - 15
Ezma Lewis 12
Mua Wluters ......... 12
lva Vanllct-t ...8
Thellu Cl.iyton 1
Hazel Ed'.vurds .1
rrri beqinninq n:i I
Habit of ' - .-- lum of I jH
I TRADING I O A T I I D 1 A V I TBAWIiQ H
1 1 OM I unutti, 1-1
BooTHE's.l tTMTTV Sth I I,0OT,'K,Si
WE WILL PLACE ON SALE THE FOLLOWING GOODS AT THE FOLLOWING SEDUCED PRICES FOR ONK jH
WEEK ONLY: " H
JUST SEE WHAT ONE DOLLAR WILL 11UY: H
GROCERIES x DRY GOODS: H
Hijjh Patent Flour (per hundred). . .. $2. to I Red Seal Ginghanyi i yards (or .. . . fti oo M
Straight Grade " " " 2.00 t Stiver Star Percale 1 1 yards for .. .. 1.00 M
17 lbs of Sugar for 100 f Best Calico 16 yards for 1.00 M
1 8 lbs. of Rice for 1.00 X A F C Gingham n yards for 1.00 M
16 Cuns Good Corn for 1-00 f Best L L Sheeting 16 yaidn for 100 H
32 Bars Good Soap for 100 Cat pet Warp per bunch 1.15 M
10 Cans Tomatoes for 1.00 1 5 yards Best Bed Ticking for . . . . i.do M
12 Cans Good Salmon for 1.10 18 pairs Men's Sot ks for 1.00 fl
5 Pkgs Tea for 1.00 t 4 yards Table Lint-n for 1.00 M
12 Cans Peas for 1.00 T 22 Spools Thread for 1.00 JM
YOURS TO PLEASE H
BOOthe lier. & Produce Co., I
13TTHE MOST POPULAR STORE IN 1'OX ELDER COUNTY M
The Indepcndiint Telephone Co's inci
have been busy In Riverside tho pa.'
week putting In new phones. The mi.
Jorlty (if tbu families In town havo eithe
the Bell or the ludepcudatit and quid
a number have bub.
The boys nil turned out Monday with
teams, disks and luvclers aud made a
bull ground ou tho public square. We
have tho base ball fever and some good
(.layers and see no reason why we should
not buve a good team. A ma's meeting
h. g been called for Wednesday ulght to
organize and get in shape for playing.
Miss Dessic Oleason of Garland spent
Saturday and Sunday in Riverside visit
ing with her friend Helen Kcnuard.
Farm work Is bclug done between the
showers. Men congregate and dltciis
the weather. "Have you got your tiect;
in?" Is the question. Some are wonder
lug if it is going to rain all summer, aud
fear they will not get their crops in
at all. If the weather man only knew
how to please everybody, it Is quito like
ly be would do it, but hu would have to
be a veritable Solomon Wiscnhiemcr.
1st Counselor D E Manning presided
at the afternoon meeting last Sunday.
After tho opening exercises and the ad
ministration of tho sacrumuut, W II ford
Nuttnll, who was on business In Califor
nia during tho recent devastation, ad
dressed the congregation. Spoke of tbc
suffering and death that had befallen the
city of San FrancUco. He and hi wife
ami daughter escaped unhurt, but lost
overytblug but their clothing. Said any
thing wo can do to alleviate the siillering
of these unfortunate people would sure
ly bo appreciated. He gave nu account
of bis missionary experiences in Ger
many and horo a strong testimony.
Win. Lowu of Wllbird was the next
speaker and referred to thu duty of psr;
cuts to their children, also spoko of thu
sympathy and aid we ought to glvii to
suffering humanity as they all were tho
children of God. Counselor Manning
stated that Wcdncday and Thursday of
this week lind been set apart as days to
receive auythlug to relieve tho suffering
people of California, Benediction by
J, J. Thompson.
Not If u Rich u Hockfeller.
If you had all tlm wealth of Hockfeller,
tho Standard Oil magnate, you could not
buy a better medlcluo for bowel com
plaints than Chamberlain's Colic, Choi
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. The most
eminent physician can not prescribe a
better preparation for collo ami dlurr
hoca, both for children and adults. The
uniform success of this remedy has
shown it to hu superior to ull others. It
uover falls, and vhrn reduce! wl'.h
water and sweetened, is pleasant to take.
Every family s'lould be supplied with it.
Sold by Rlter Bros Drus Store.
Garland vs. Fielding.
The Junior Base Ball team of this city
lefcated the Fielding boys Saturday last
iu a lively game at Fielding. Thu score
vas 0 to 7 in favor of Garland.
Following is thu line-up:
it Evans G C Bowen
C! Oleason 'v P 8 Stayner "
LGIcoson IB J HI. hards
P Ray 2B P Peck
S Lewis 3B A Udy
M Grovcr SS L Standing
A Bowen CF W Morgan
G Robinson RF C Laub
In tho game Joe Richards had a gash
cut in his hand. Another panic, comes
oil to-day at the Garland Purk bull
ScUtlc Cured After' Twenty Years of Torture.
For more than twenty years Mr J B
Mussey, of 3i)22 Clinton St, Minneapolis,
.Minn., was tortured by sciatica. The
pain and suffering which hu endured
during this time Is beyond comprehen
sion. Nothing gave hltn any permanent
relief until ho used Chamberlain's Palu
Balm. One application of that liniment
relieved the pain and made sleep and
rest possible, and less than one bottle has
effected a pcrmlnent cure. If troubled
with sciatica or rheumatism why not try
a 2.1-cent bottle of Pain Balm and see for
yourself bow quickly It relieves the pain. '
For sale by Rlter Bros Drug Store.. '
Deseret Farmer Notes. M
This is a good tlmo to harrow tho H
wheat. Kill thoso -veeds that are just H
making a start and at tho satno time get H
a layer of tine soil on the surface to pre- H
vent thu water from ovaporntlng. A H
good lr.rrowlng now- will delay Irrigation H
on the Irrigated bind for several weeks H
and on tho dryland will mean four or H
Ave bushels of wheat per acre. H
The man who spends monoy to bring a H
really good stallion into a community, H
where there was nothing but a scrub ac- H
cessltih) before, Is doing a public scrvlco H
and deserves the patronage of horso H
There is just one way that a man can M
houestly watcrmilk, and that Is through H
the cow and watering trough That Is a M
thiug that we cannot neglect becuuso B
milk is largely water, and thu cows must M
have plenty of it and that which Is good M
and pure, too. H
Stomach Trouble H
Mrs 8ue Martin, an old and highly re. M
spectcd resident of Fniwni.i, Miss., was fl
sick with stomach trouble for more (han M
six months. Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets cured her. Shu says: "I M
can now eat anything I want and am the M
proudest woman iu the world to find M
such a good medicine." For salo by M
' Rlter Bros Drug Store. Samples free. M
f 1 I
A nice assortment of Men's Spring Suits and Pant?; Wfii
Also a Fine Assortment of Children's unci Youth's Suits fir ft.
prin and Summer. jj$S
We can 111 your boys up from head lo foot at the right $?!(':
pi ices. Call and look ovet our line before you buy, '''c-
Yntirs RrKp. I 4ySrif.'t
W. A. RAY. 1