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il Vol.1. No. 20. Published ot Garland, Utah. Saturday, June 23, 1006 H
New Passenger via
Malad Valley Branch
TWO TRAINS DAILY.
People from Brigham to Malad Well
, rieesed With tbe New Change-
Connections With Cache Valley
1 1 Train Coming and Going.
Tbe long.looked-for and much appre-
j olated change in the train tervice via tbe
I Malad Valley branch of the O.8.L. la now
a reality that fills a want long sought for
' by the pooplo from Malad to Brlghaiu.
This change was announced Saturday
last just too late to appear In our paper.
I Sunday morning the passenger went
up to Malad to begin tho run and since
thon has made regular dally trips from
Malad to Brigham. The train leaves
'- Malad City at 7:15 am, Garland at 8;40
a ro, Corlnne at 9:80 a m, and arrives at
Brigham at 0:40 a m. On tbe return trip
it ltuvus Brigham at 0:10 p m, C'orinno at
1:10 p m.Tromont at 6:48 p m, Garland
at :W p m, and arrives at Malad City at
5.80 pm. Tbe train carries no mall ex-
ropt the dally papers In tbe evening.
Tbe mixed train wilt continue Just tho
aatno uitb a alight change intbe time and
will carry the mail as usual. One bcnlflt
of the new pmongcr service is that it
connects with tbo Cacho Valley trains
H from both the north and the south giving
H excellent service to passengers coming
H and going. See tbo new time-table on
H page 8. We welcome the new change
H and feel satisfied that it v. Ill be appro-
BS elated by all. Wo were informed that
lM after July 1st, the onc-faro rate will be
IH reduced to 8 cents a mile. This rcdtic-
jH tiout however, diCK not effect the round
"AJ trip rata.
hbbI CI T1 " B :,rc Dc'Pnrlmcnt k1vcs a
H Tu Grnsd Excurxlon to Lagoon July 19.
B In the Social Realm.
H Mrs. M. A. Bootho was hostess at an
YAtJ informal breakfast party Monday morn-
m lag given in honor of her Immediate
BJ neighborhood. Dainty refreshments
M were served and tboso partlcspating
ttB apeot n pltasant hour In social convcrsa-
aaij Monday Mrs. Urscl Itoso entertained
jH it dinner Mrs L Rogers of Fielding, Mrs
'H 4 Miller and daughter, Mrs Geo Secrist,
H of Parker, Ida,
B A few friends of Mr and Mra Boothc
BH gathered at tbe store Sunday evening and
PH were entertained with phonographic so-
PH lections,! Strawberries and ice cream
PH were served to tho guests present.
PH Tbe members of tbe Ladles' Self-Cul-
B ture Club of this rlty wcro royally enter-
PH talned Wednesday afternoon by Mrs John
1 Burnt of Fielding at her ideal farm home
j at Uat place. J no cluu members icit
m bcra at 1 o'clock and enjoyed a pleasant
H drive to the Burn's home. Tho afternoon
B was spent in a social way that will not
PB eoon be forgotten.
Pfaf At 4:80 p. m, the members and Invited
B guct pirtook of an claborato luncheon
B nerved by the hostess on tbo lawn. Cov-
E ers ware laid for 27. Strawberries and ice
H cream were served. It was pronoun-
Hj red by all one of thu most pleasaut social
B events of tho season. Before leaving,
H Vice-President Mrs J C Wbcclon, In be-
m half of tbo Club, thanked tho hostess for
B the splendid feast and pleasant entertain-
B meut gtvrn ThU was followed by a
JpP cboruti from the members "Three cheers
H for Mr Burns" and she was voted a
H member of the club.
jVC At sunset thu Club members returned
H hme all having had a very enjoyable
jVm Tboie present wcro;
H Mcdamcs L.T Somscn, JO Wbcclon,
H JTLant.M A Bootho, Jos Wing, Unci
Hj Rose, Joj Jensen, II C Cutler, Moolah
H Evaoj, G S Mowry, 0 L Winters, W II
B Vanfleet, James Coombs, G F Rogors,
H T II Edwards, J J Hellers, W P Katon.W
H D Lewis, 0 J Campbell, Margaret Davis,
H L Rogers, Clias Udy, John Earl, Fred
B Richards, Ed Miller, Mrs Hess and the
H entertsiclng hostess, Mrs John Burns.
1 ill Br,8nom vin Dt'I'1, tn LR6on Jl,1.v
H jj 19 Go with them on that dato.
B Last Saturday tbo Brlgbam Base Ball
B Tosm crossed bats with tho Wcllsvllle
H Nine, rslnstopplug tho progress of the
B game at the end of tbo 4th Inning, Tbe
B. peer stood 8 to 3 tit favor of Wcllsvllle.
B Today thu Wcllsvllle boys go to Brigham
Be Loyal to
Keep Money ot Home.
Every Dollar You Send Away Never
Returns, But Helps Build Up Some
Other Town While You scd Your
Own City Suffers.
A matter which la rapidly becoming a
question of no little Importance to oar
community, is the growing trade and ag
gressiveness of certain catalogue or mail
order bouses in tbe east and elsewhere.
This habit of sending east for merchan
dise and having a package come either by
mail or express, la growing and will per
haps continue to grow until people have
fully weighed the question tn their own
minds and discovered for themselves t'at
really those eastern houses arenot it bene
fit to our community.
To Trx Catalogue Customki.
Kindly consider these questions.
1st Do these catalogue bouses offer to
pay cash or exebango goods for your
wheat, oats, potatpes, butter, egga and
2nd How much do they pay for 'cat
tie, sheep, hogs and horses f, o. b. can at
8d How much tax do they pay to
support our school and educate our
children, for Improving roads and brid
ges and support of tbo poor of the coun
try, for the expenses of running the busi
ness of tbe town, county and state?
4th On what pago is tbelr offer to con
tribute money to the church or other as
sociations? 3th What line of credit do they ex
tend to you when your crops aro poor
and money gone wbpn tbrousb Illness
aud mlsfortuno you are not uble to send
cash with your order for groceries, cloth
ing, farm tools, stoves and ranges, etc.?
Oth Where is their offer to contribute
to your entertainment next year? What
did tboy do lost year?
7tb In short will they do anything to
produce a market for your products, and
thereby keep up thu value of your es
tate? Will they do anything for social,
church, schools or government support,
with any returns except tbe goods you
8th When your neighbor Ion a horse
or cow, who was first appealed to for
help? Tbe catalogue house? Nit.
Oth When ydur neighbor lost his
house or barn by fire, to whom did he
look for help? The catalogue bouse, I
Now, kind friends, think this over
carefully, then call on your local deal
ers where you can sec tbe goods beforo
you buy them and by comparison of prl
'cch and quality you will stu that you can
do as well or better at homo, and you
will keep tbo money at homo, thereby
helping to build up your local town.
Wo heartily indorse tho senllmcuts ex
pressed by "citizen" In the above article
and call attention to one point of this
vital subject tbat has been overlooked.
"The disloyal spirit manifested by many
of our citizens toward tbelr "home"
town and "home" institutions by giving
their support to towns within a stone's
throw of our fair city." Tho residents!
of Garland North are today nskinc for an
extension of the electric light system to
help improve tbat part of thu city. Will
they In turn ceaso to pmronfoo tranclcnt
butcher wagons and trado with our home
butcher? Will they ceaso to bitch up
and drlvo through our city to disinteres
ted burgs below to lay In their supplies
and sco our home merchants idle? Will
tboy support a paper published two
miles from tbelr tow n that never has a
word of prahe for our city when tbelr
own paporis dllllgently lolling night and
day to build up our own town?
Thcsenro vital questions that are ap
plicable to every citizen of Garland, If
you want to sco your town grow support
your homo Institutions. Do not take
your money toother places and theu ask
crcdltofyourhomu merchants. All these
things should bo considered and every
citizen of our town should have upper
most tn bis or her iniml tbat glorious
principal of union and first of all, "Pat
ronise Homo Industry.
J Big tlmo of tbo season. What? Tbo
J B. C. F, D. excursion to Lagoon
July 10 Everybody Invited July 10.
Mr and Mra Voscoo Call formerly of
this city, aro rejoicing over the arrival
of a son and Mrs Smith, wifo of Ronnie
Smith, a former employee of Dan Parry
fc. Co. gave birth to a tine daughter Mou
day. If you know the valuo of Chamber
lain's Halve you would nover wish to be
without it. Hero aro some of the dls
uiscs for which It Is especially valuable:
soro nipples, chapped bands, burns, frost
bites, chilblains, chronic torooyes, itch
ing piles, tetter, salt rheum aud ccenm.
I Price 2ft cents per box. For aalc by
' Rlter Ityw. Drug Storo
At Lehi, Utah.
Garland Will Be There.
A Big Reunion July 4th, in Which Idaho
Falls, Ida., Sugar City, Ida. and
Garland Will Participate Our Band
and Ball Team on the Program.
Preparation! are being made for a
Grand Celebratlnon of July 4th at Lcbi.
Tbe Leht Commercial Club Is negotiating
with tho railroad companies to secure
special reduced rates for the event. It
Is estimated that over 100 people from
this city and vicinity will take advantage
of this opportunity to visit Lehl and see
the celebration. Our next issue will con
tain the program and a detailed account
of the all arrangements made.
Support your Home Paper.
In a discourse given by Elder John W.
Taylor at the quarterly conference of
Emery Stake, held at Castle Dale, Utah.
In January last, he pointed out tbe ad
vantages gained from reading good books
periodicals and the newspapers and said
it was from these he gained most of his
knowledge. He said.
"And above all support your local
newspaper. Subscribe for it In prefer
ence to any other paper and don't go
around borrowing your neighbor's paper
and bothering other people to learn the
local and county news. Take your home
paper and read it, There la no other
enterprise that works more faithfully for
tbe advancement of institution or insti
tutions than does the local paper, and
tbe editor should have your support and
New Blacksmith Shop.
P. A Norqulst of Ogden has moved to
this city with his family and has opened
up a blacksmith shop Just south of this
ofUce In Thu Utah Sugar Co.'s building
formerly occupied by John Bone.
Ho ii n blacksmith of seventeen years
operlrncu. It will take a few days to put
tbe old shop In shape, but he expects to
run n flrst-clnsa horsc-sboolng and black
smith shop and do a general blacksmith
buslnjns. He will be assisted by a Mr.
Holmes of Ogden. He has secured tbe
residence Just south of tbo shop for a
dwelling. We bid blm welcome.
Died of Pneumonia.
Elvaro.the 16 year old son of Mr and
Mrs Brigham Burbank of Deweyvlllo,
died last Sunday from the effects of pneu
monla. He took sick very suddenly and
a doctor was summoned but nothing
could bo dono to save the boy. Tbo
funeral services were held at the ward
meeting bouse Monday at 8 p. tn. The
attendanco was large and the casket was
litertlly covered with bcaulliul flowers.
Following v ore tbe speakes: Bp. Geo. C
Dowey, Jonah Matblaa, Bp. Stokea and
James Pctt. Many relatives from Brig
bam and other placca were in attendanco.
A Urge rortcge followed the remalna to
T D., M. II., and Aurthur Welling,
under the uamo of Welling Bros., have
opened up an office In this city and will
conduct thu real estate and insurance
business. They aro all well known and
highly respected gentlemen. They will
make a specialty of farm loans and Insu
rance Hud do a general real estate busi
ness Success to them.
Invitation to Everybody.
Brigham City will celebrate the 4th of
July this year A fino program has been
prepared for tbe occasion.
We feel confident tbat this will be tbe
greatest celebration of the kind that wo
tiavo ever attempted, therefore we cor
dially invito all tbo people of Box Elder
county to Join with us in this glorious
Come onel Come all!
Chairman of Executive Commltee.
At the quarterly conference of tbo Bear
Lako Stake, hold In Paris Sunday, Juno
10, Jas. B. Shepherd was chosen to pre
side over the Bear Lake Stako with W.
L. Rich and VY, W, Richards aa counse
lors. Montpelier Examiner.
TIow to Drak Up a CM.
It may bo a surprlto to many to learn
that a severe cold can be completely
brokcu up in ono or two day's time. The
first symptoms of a cold aro a dry, loud
cough', a profuso wHtcry discbarge from
the nose, and a thin, white coating on
the tongue, When Cbamhcrlalu's cough
remedy Is taken nvcry hour on tbe first
appearance of these symptoms, it count
eracts the effect of tho cold and restores
thu h item to a healthy condition with
in a day or two. For sale by lttur Bros.
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I BOOTHE'8. I OIlVrlLJLstll I ll 1 Vf W I SOOTHE. ; H
iMiiMHiiiiiHiiHiiiu 'Ski rts
That we are felling our Pretty, Fashionable Skirts at cost next week. jH
That we have just received a Stock of Shoea A large variety with Prices to H
Please You All. H
That we have a splendid Line o! Loag'aod Short Kimonos Md Dressing Ssquei, v H
That you can be cool all Summer jo one of our dainty Kimooos. 'H
4th Of MltyJJJJ ."
That we have the very Materials You will want for dainty Fourth of July Dresses. H
BOOthe lier. & Produce Co., I
C&-THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN BOX ELDER COUNTY M
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"The best game of the season." That
was the verdict returned by everybody
In tbe cue of Riverside vs. Beaver Dam
baseball game oa our home diamond
Saturday June 10. i
Beaver Dam waa plenty for our boys, j
but in the last half of nlatb Innings which
was Riverside's, a tie of 4 to 4, which
had been standing since the sixth Innings
waa broken and Riverside was one run
ahead. About all the umpire had to say
waa, "One strike two strikesbatter
oat," Both sides made good plays asd
fow errors,. good pitching and good bus
throning were notable fcaturea of tbe
gamo. During tbe first two or three inn
ings tbo runners of each side tried tbo
other's baseman to their sorrow and
after they got better acquainted, if a
man on cltbor side happened to make
first he wouldn't try second unless ho
knew he could beat the ball,
Megaphones, tin horns and hearty root
era mado It real lively and never for one
moment did interest lag.
We wish to make special mention of
two North Garland men who played with
ourboya. They were "Jeff" Pettlnglll
and George Gleason. In the last part of
the game they came In from the Meld to
pitch and catch for us and did exception
ally pretty work. And so did the North
Garland rooters for Beaver Dam. A
bunch of huskies whose hearts beat for
anything outside of Riverside, who live
in territory belonging to Garland Ward,
but Riverside, precinct, and sorao wbo
live just across tbe line were frantic in
their efforts to rattle Riverside and calm
Beaver Dam. Wo hopo It did Beaver
Dam some good aa it did us no barm
"Jeff" and George didn't seem to mind
It it In tbe least but'played their best for
their own section of the country. We
hope there are no boya from Riverside
who would go to Garland an be so anx
ious to 6ee our neighbors beaten, on tbe
contrary we think they would get rlgbt
in and boost for Garland agalust any
thing but tbelr own town.
All of our sick peoplo are recovering.
Mra Calton wbo was so very ill is decid
edly belter at this writing.
Mra Mary Nyo baa gone to Ogden to
attend a family reunion.
Miss Helen Kcnnard will spend the
next ten daya In Salt Lake City visiting
with her sister, Mrs J. M. Matsen.
.1. R. Kennard was in Malad City, Ida.
Sunday attending a 8unday School re
union of the North end of Malad 8 take.
During Stake Quarterly Conference In
Malad City, Idaho, Saturday evening
June 80, 1000, there will bo a grand con
cert given by the Sunday Schools of Ma
The very best talent In the stake has
been chosen to take parts on the program
and tn consideration of this and tbe fact
tbat it ia for such a good cause, we
anticipate success. Garland people
should take advantage of tbe new train
service and visit the terminal city on this
occassion abovo all others. All are cor
dlally invited. Prices 15 and 85 cents.
J av Kay.
June 10, 1006.
Milk for Salo. Mra O h Wilcox It
Death of Mrs. JoUy.
Mrs ElUebctb A Jolly ot Beaver, Utah,
mother of Mrs Eugeae Clayton of this
1 city, died at Bait Lako City Sunday from
I tbe effects of diabetes She came to Salt
Lake for treatment tome time ago. Mrs.
IE. Clayton and Miss Rose Woodburry,
I a personal friend of the family, west to
8altLake Monday, Miss Woodbury re
'turning Tuesday. The remains were
I shipped to Beaver for burial sad the fun
eral services were held ia that city Thurs
day. 8be leave eight children to mourn her
loss. Miss Alta Jolly, one of her daugh
ter!, will return with Mrs- Clayton to
tbla city to reside hereafter.
Outing Company Formed.
The Snake River Outing company filed
articles of incorporation with the county
clerk yesterday. Thu new company will
erect and maintain pleasure resorts, con
duct a general livery business, also mer
chandising and manufacturing. The
capital stock la 110,000 In 1100 shares.
T. R. Cutler la president; Mark Austin
vice-president; Richard W.Young, secre
tary and treasurer, these with T. R.
Cutler, Jr.. and M. W. Ingalls constitut
ing tbe directorate. Salt Lake Is named
as the principal place of business for thq
If your stomach troubles you do not
conclude tbat there U no cure, for a
great many have beea permanently cured
y Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets Get a free sample at Rlter
Bros, drug store and give them a trial.
They also cure constipation acd bullous
The services last Sunday attenseoa M
were presided aver by Bp.W.L. Grover. M
Singing. Prayer by J. C. Manning. M
8lnglng. Sacrament administered by M
ElderaOlef Johnson and B.J. Tntaasl. fH
During the pssstag of the sscrasMat ta M
eongregttie -;. "BeboM las OtssA M
Redeemer DM". H
The speakers wsts Chess Glasses, O. M
W. Wood, wbo has Just returned from a .H
miseloa to Holland, and C. O. smew, . H
agent for tas Deeeret Kveatog Mews. 1
The meeting we vac? taterestlnf. Btaf H
Isg. Bcsedktloasy MOstMsasstlss. M
Davis Co. Oippar Notes. ' M
Geo. Udy ha purchasedaa eights M
acre farm aear Riverside, BoxelderCo. H
Mrs. Jaae Holt has been visiting with H
her daughter, Mra Mabel Turner, at H
Garland, Bexelder Co. H
Joseph Smith, one of Cestreville'saaM H
cttisens, died Wednesday at th Crystsl H
Springe hospital, sear Portlaad, Orsgaa. H
At this writing the cause of hi Uata is M
not known, but it U supposed to b sp- H
Rhea, tas five tad a half-year aM HH
daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. William s4 H
Elixa Kynastoa Tburgood of lyraewsa H
had her foot cut oC sosJplsisly Jast
above the aakle wtta a mowtag mscatas H
Tuesday. The child is kept uaiar tas M
Influence of morphias alt tas tims ta H
deaden the psla. H
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Our new arrivals of Shoes of every description makes fl
our already large line quite complete MamV
TRY OUR SEAMLESS SHOES Wp
For BOYS and MEN Money cannot buy a Hatter Shoe. (J
BsT w e.. jELiy.g Qp-PP.8. -ALL. . ...Hoy Rg.jg li'fe;
No specified time for closing the store (Suaday ExcxpU I !
ed) Please DO NOT CALL ON SUNDAY. fej
W. A. RAY. I