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H LEV01ED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
H Vol. 1 . No. 22. Published at Gorlond, Utoh. Saturday, July 7, 1906 M
I Lehi's Glorious
I ...3-Day Record Breaker...
H The celebration of July 3rd, 4tb and
H 5th at Lehi, eclipsed all previous records
H and proved to bo an event long to be
H remembered by the pcoplo of tbat city
H and the citizens of Garland who gavo
H their support in making it truly a "Mnm-
H moth Celebration." Those in attend
H ancc from thlg city pronounced it the
H most successful affair ever held in Unit
H place. Much credit is duo tbo commutes
H who arranged tho program for their
H sealous and united efforts in making tho
H affair a thorough success from begin-
H nlng to end.
H July 8rd
H When tho Garland train pulled Into
H Lohl, 200 people were at the depot to
M i hid our citizens welcome Tho bnnds at
H cam began playing and tho reception
M tendered to Garland 'a "-loo" was ono uot
M noon to be forgotten.
H . An open-air concert by tho Lchi Silver
H Band and tho Garland Military Baud was
M next in order. Tho hands thcu marched
M to Main Street, followed by the tbroug,
M and filled the air with strains of delight-
M ful music. On Main a halt was called and
fl both bands entertained the crowd Gar-
M land'N band in front of the Opera Houso
M and the I.chi band at the drug store
fl corner. The cntertiiinmcnt committee
H wan on hand and found places tonccomo-
M date tho visitors
M Early In the evening tho Gnrland band
M gathered at tbo Opera House aud soon
H drew a crowd to the play, "My Partner's
M Wife," by tbo Garland Dramatic Co.
H Every Kent was tnltnu before tho theatre
H began aud many wcro turned away uu-
H able to secure standing room. The show
was well received aud pauid off very
H creditably. Between acts II L Bush and
H Mrs. Marlu Wing bang u duet and Don-
H aid Rlrkham played a cornet solo. After
H . the performance tho Iebi Dramatic Co.
M J, banqueted the visiting company in fit-
H The following program was carried
H out on July 4th.
H Salut.o of 45 guns at daybreak
H Bauds berenaded the town Garland
H Band in Silver Band Wagou and Lehi's
H Band in a hayrack.
H SunrNc 13 guns lu honor of 18 origin-
H al states. Unfurling Stan und Stripes.
H Bauds breakfasted ut Union Hotel
fl 10 a. m. Nkw Taukhmaci.c
H Master of ceremonies, O. N. Child
H 1 Music by Lclil Silver Band
H 2 Prayer Chaplain S I Goodwin
H 3 Malo Quartet, "Flag Without a
H Stain" by Samuel Jackson, Walter Woll-
H indcn.Hoy Davis aud Wm Larson
H i Declaration of Indcpcudauce, Orin
H 3 Solo, Dulcic Webb
H 6 Orator of the Day, John Y Smith
M 7 Quartet, "Star Spangled Banner"
M Trysa Child, Sadie Davis, Isaac Fox aud
H Josvph Klrkham
H 8 Speech by Moslah Evans
H 0 Stump Speech, Abel Phillips
H 10 Duct, Sadlo Davis aud Ilinliu
M It Spcrcb by Hep Geo Austin
M 12 Music, Garland Military Baud
Hj 13 Prayer by Chaplain
H Among thu sentiments read at tho
H mcitiug Garland was referred to in tho i
M following: "The Lost Tribes return,
H being led back by Moses."
M From 1 to 3:20 all kinds of sports wcro
M Indulged in at the City Park.
H Tho baso ball gamo between Lebl und
H Garland wan called promptly at 2:80 p m
H aud proved to be a pleasing part of the
H day's progiam. Lehi was ccrtaiu that
H tbr.lr" World-renowned" pitcher would
H fan our boys to a flulsh, but they soon
H found blm and pasted him to tho tall
H timbers. The gamo ended iu a bcoru of
H 8 to3lu favorof Garland.
H 0pm tho City Park was illuminated
H with a grand display of tiro works that
H equaled anything In tbo state.
M July 4tb ended iu a grand ball at City
H Pavilion which was largely attended.
H -. Our (.Itiiviiia spent tho foreuoou Iu
fl r" visiting rcUtivcb, viewing tho city, biigar
H factory aud taking lu the pleasure re-
H At 3 p u anothor matched gamo of
M hall between Garland and Lehi wan play.
M td aud resulted In defeat of Lehi to tho
H tunc of 10 to 2
A graud ball was given In the even
ing and was wcl I attended
Some of our people arrived Thursday
evening and others Friday night, but
many will remain to spend Sunday at
Friday our boso ball team went over to
American Fork to cross bats with their
team and tho gamo ended in a scoro of
14 to 4 in favor of American Fork.
What huppened to Bush at tho Salt
Plaace? C3y-8ce page 500 of this Issue.
Who were the sports who dined at n 10c
chop house and picked their teeth ut the
We are hero three times n year.
Died at Brigham
Mrs. Fanny Priscllla Wlldu Bootbc,
wifo of John N. Bootbc, who Is n brother
of M A Bootho of this City, died ut Brig
ham City, Monday July 2nd, from the
effects of dropsy and heart failure.
Sho leaves a sorrowing husband, one
boy aud two girls to mourn her loss.
Tuesday tho remains were shipped to
Coalville, her former borne ,f or burial
where impressive funeral services were
held. Relatives of tho deceased were
Mrs Bootbc baa acted as Y L M I A
President of tho ward iu which she re
sided nnd was a faithful Latter-day
The Board of County Cninmlislouers
mot in regular session July 3rd. Full
P. N. Pierce, road supervisor of That
cher District, appeared aud a-ked that
petition prccntod a year ago asking that
the boundary between the Kawlins and
Thatcher districts bo considered favor
ulily by tho Board, also reported tbat
the road through Jaa Plerson'a place
was only three rods wide and asked that
b.inio bo made four rods so that it can bo
graded; also that thcro is a bud ling one
half mllo south of Ponroso school house
and thnt It will requlro 125 to remedy
this; also recommended Ihfft tbo grade
on Sec. 2 10-4 be raised one foot. After
consideration tho boundary between the
Rawlins and Thatcher districts whs tixed
as follows: Commencing nt a point 80
rods south of tho northwest corner of
sec. 15-1M, thcuco east 2 miles; thence
240 rods to southwest corner of sec 13;
thence cast to present line. Tho mutter
of the thrco rod road was referred to
Com Hart for investigation. The rceco
mendution of change of grade on sccs-iu
4 and the hog was deferred.
Communications from C F Koccbol Co.
and JasN Holdaway wcro read.
Upon motion of Mr Jones the clerk was
Instructed to advertise for bids for tho
construction of a bridge over Beaver
Dam Creek according to plans nnd speci
fication, up to 12 M, July 27th.
Petition of SL Nowoyctal, asking
that tho two bridges lie built cast nf
Snowvlllo. Referred to clerk to nscertuln
the location and probablo cost of suld
I Tbo clerk's and recorder's reports of
fees collected during Juno and auditor's
report of incidental expense during Juite
were read and accepted.
Tho Tree Inspector's report of vmrk
dono during May nnd Juno was presented
Upon motion nf Com Hurt the appoint
uiout of Daisy Mitdscu ns assistant In thn
clerk's office ut a salary of 1.00 per day
to assist in extending tho tax rolls for
1007, was couflrmid
Upon motiou of Mr Jones tho suhity of
Miss Louise Ingram wus raised U 640
Chairman Valentino reported ho had
accepted tho bridgo at Beaver Dam.
Bids for printing and furnishing the
county wltb blank books, etc, were openj
All reports, bids, ordinances and de
linquent tax lists, legal blauks to Box
Elder Report; election supplies to Skcl
ton Publishing Co.; tux notices to Deser
ot Kewa. Bids for lltho warrants aud
litho letter heads rejected albo all bids on
books as being Indcunstc.
Board adjourned for two weeks.
In Fitting Style.
Good Parade & Program.
From Early Dawn Until tho Midnight
Hour, Thcro was Something Do
ing In tho County Scat.
The celebration at Brigham July 4th,
was n good one, though hardly equaled
former demonstrations. Most of tho towns
throughout tho county were well reprc
scntcd. A very pleasing program was
carried out and much credit Is duo tho
various committees who arranged tho
The printed program, distributed to
all, was carried out in every detail.
Washakie turned out in mass and the
Indians did their part to make tho cele
The population of Brigham was con
siderably Increased tbat day. Every
thing passed off In good style with no
serious Jars to mar tho day's pleasure
Following was tho program of the day :
Salute of 13 guns at daybreak
Music Military Band
Hoisting of Stars and Strlpos 45 guns
nt sunrise Music Military Band
Sheriff Joscphson was Marshal of tho
The big street parado was a pleasing
feature and was made up of the follow
ing In their respective order:
1 Marshal of Day 2 Military Band 3
Goddc&s of Liberty (Miss Bodil Thomp
son) In beautiful float 4 City Council
men and wives in carriages 5 Nino Ind
ies on horseback 0 Ladies' Auxilliary in
float 7 Commercial Club on foot 8
Peach Day float 0 Editor Box Elder
News and wifo on horseback 10 Three
Ladies on horseback representing red,
white and blue 11 Merrcll Lumber Co.
tloat 12 Kniulson Bros float 18 Utah
Iud Tel Co lloat 14 Academy of Music
Moat 15 Stntc Bank of B O In decorated
carriage 10 B C Bottling Works float
17 Shetland Pony decorated carriage 18
Girls on bicycles decorated with bunting
10 Eddy Drug Store Shetland pony car
riage 20 Doivey, the black Pcrcbcron
21 B C Firo Dept 22 Iudians from
Washakie 23 W. G. Gldncy float 24
Mrs Serena Hansen representing Indian
squaw leading a horse nmp moving
25 Sunny South float Undo Tom's Cab
in 20"IIiiiillu' for I.osco" float 27
Descrol News curriers horseback, follow
ed In- chlzcni In carriages.
All of thu abovo mculioucd floats aud
cnrrlagcs were artistically dosigncd and
The Military Band was enlarged for
tho occasbn aud did excellent work.
A duo program was given at tho Cent
ral School grounds after which races,
cracker-eating, pie-eating, wood-sawing
and other contests wcro indulged In.
Willie Ottogary and four Indians of
Washnkic took a bund at tho pio con
test, J as Brown winning nut. Then
came the Indian War Danco on tho clu
rated platform which was a very pleas
Tho matched game of ball between
Brigham and Huntsvllle was tho noxt
attraction and thu crowd In attendance
was the largest seen at the grounds this
hcasou. Tho gamo was an excellent
demonstration of base ball playing and
ended iu a scoro of 3 to 2 in favor of
Iu the evening The Tout Concert at
thu Tabernacle drew a crowded house
aud tho prngrum rendered was very en
tertaiuing. After the concert tho amuse
ment halls entertained tho crowd in
dancing till tho midnight hour. A tent
show drew quite n crowd who fulled to
find scnts al tho concert.
Bowel Complaint In Children.
During the summer mouths, children
arc subject to disorders of the bowels
which should receive careful attention as
boon us the first unnatural looseness of
tho bowel i appears. Tho best medicine in
use for bowel complaint is Chamborluliv's
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy as
it promptly controls any unnatural loose
ness of tho bowels, For sale by Ritcr
Bros. Drug Co.
h Big time of tho season. What? Tho
Jll O F I) excursion to lagoon July 10
Everybody Invited July 10.
A report haviug reached my cars that
I had purchased an Interest iu tho Club
Saloon, I take this mode of contradict
ing tho same. There is not the slightest
ray of truth In tho report as I havo no
intciest whatever In tbo Club or any
other saloon and havo never entertained
any idea of investing in tbat lino of
John T. Lant
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"VVtf have a NEW LINE of dainty flowered Lawns and Swisses Just the thing for T WENT Y-FOU HT II ll
DRESSES which wo arc prepared to sell you at tho LOWEST PRICES.-XBC
You can't miss seeing our dressy Lino of OXFORDS and SHOES. Come here for those PRETTY.
WHITE, CANVAS OXFORDS. -- H
Our Lino of Hose has also bean much enlarged No matter what you want, wc can suit )ou. 1
g Wear "ALICE BLUE" RibW-Wo can sell it to you. g g H
Wo sell dainty KIMONOS for much less than you can make them. Dou't sweat over sewing Keep H
cool in our airy KIMONOS.
Our Lino of Dressy Men's Clothing ennnot bo surpassed. Come and find out Just bow reasonable wc arc about prices H
For fashionable, durablu I H
und becoming clothing, como to us. Yours for BARGAINS,
Boothe Mer. , Produce Co., I
ggrTHE MOST POPULAR STORE IN BOX ELDER COUNTY. H
I will wrlto
few word to today and all tho Indians all
woll. Some of them went up to Poca
tello to sco thoy going a big time on sun
dance. I hope they will come back soon
aud their was 3 or 4 car load of wood
been shiped out here lost weeks Tbo
arc not much ship out this week, Mr.
Edward Witchcw was died about 2 week
ago. and little girl died before him. Our
crop looking very splindid some of Indian
bad good crop boot this year. They
sVtrt haying this week. Bp. Geo. M
Ward bad very good crop beet too. ho Is
start his this morniug Wo havo very good
sunday school Confrcncelt Mabvd city
on stindav fejrjiflhm Upeu-up there at
tended. 1 . - "
July 2 1008
At tbc concert In Mnlad City last Sat
urday evening, Riverside acquitted her
self with honor. The entire program was
a complete success both from an enter
tainment and a financial standpoint.
Clear of all expenses tho Sunday Schools
of Malad Stake realized over (GO. The
following five numbers from Riverside
wcro on tho program: Solo, Miss Laviuna
Parke; Recitation, Mrs. J.R. Kennard;
Quartctto, Mrs. Nyo, Miss Miller, Geo.
O. Nyo and J. It. Kennard and two char
acter songs by J. R. Kennard Other
wards did as well aud everybody spoko
iu tho highest terms nf tho concert
Bp.M.J. Richards and wife, L. H.
Kennard Jr., Mrs. Eliza Jardino and
others wcro in Malad City Sunday atu rul
ing quarterly conference. j
Miss Helen Kennard has returned from
Salt Lako City, after a pleasant visit
with her sister, Mrs..!. M.Matscn.
A number of Riverside people will
celebrate tbo 4th lu Lelil, uomo in Brig
ham City and others iu Fielding,
First crop of hay Is up; beets havo been
cultivated and hoed aud just now tho
groat rush of work is over uutil irriga
July 8rd. 1900.
Foil Bali: Cheap Fine 0-room honso
and 20 acres of land. Wfnter-rigbt and
improvements. Part cash, part tlnn Ap
ply to Thos. Who, Garland, Ut. J10 Jy7
FOR SALE-HaylotlnBIg Field nt
Brigham. 40 stand of hay. Only 300.
Apply at this office.
I Brigham Firo Dept. to Lagoon July
jj 10 Go witli thorn ou that date.
Savtil III. ComnuU'a Life.
"While returning from tho Grand Ar
my Encampment nt Washington City, a
comrade from Elgin, III., was taken with
cholera morbus aud was in a critical con
dition," says Mr.J.E, lloughlund, of
Eldon, lowrt "I gave him Chamber
Iain's Collr i Iiolcra and Diurrbncn Rem
edy ami I I'll-ve buved his life, I have
been engaged ('. ten years in immigra
tion work nnd conducted many parties to
tho south and west, I always carry this
remedy aud havo used it successfully on
many occasions." Sold by Riter Bros,
M. I. A. Conjoint Meeting.
Tho literary program rcudcrcd nt tho
Amusement Hall last Sunday evening,
under tho auspices of tbo M.I associa
tions, was very interesting. Mrs. O. L,
Winters, president of the Y. L. M. I. A.,
presided nnd mado a few opening re
marks. The following program was car
Hyniu, "O Yo Mountains High"
Prayer, A. 11. Archibald.
1 Llfo nnd Works of Henry W. Long
fellow Royul U, liwo.
2 8olo-"Tbo Bridgo"
Miss Ebsio Evuuh.
8 "Wreck of the Huspcrus"
Miss Mabel Grandad,
jl "Excelsior" Gcorgu King.'
tt InstrumcutarSclcctlon "Idlllo"
.Miss Mary Grovcr.
0 "Psalm of Life'... Henry Manning.
7 "Sandolphln"..Miss Dcsslo Gleason.
Hymn, "Utah the Queen of the West"
Benediction Mrs. W. R. Vanned
Don't Ba Backward.
Do not bcsltato to ask for a frco sample
of Chamberlain's Stomach iind Liver
Tablets. Wo arc glad to give them to
nnyono who is troubled with biliousness,
constipation or any disorder of tho stom
ach. Many have been permanently
cured by their uso. Riter'Bros. Drug
fT Tbo li. C. Fire Department gives a
Til Grand Excursion to Lugoou July 10.
Fast Day Services. H
Last Sunday was the regular Fast
Day services, Bp. W. L. G rover presld-
ing. Tho singing was congregational, H
conducted by Chorister W. 11. Crandull. H
Tbc opening prayer u as offered by Elder H
Jus. Jensen Sacrament was udiniuU- jH
tcrcd by Elders T. E. Sccrist and Oluf H
Johnson. A number of certificates wcro H
presented, for acceptance and somo H
babies blessed. H
Tho Garland North Primary Assochw H
tlon was reorganized. Mrs.EiTlison was H
honorably released nnd given a voto of H
thanks und Mrs. Marriott subtniued as H
tho new prcsldcut, with tho same conn- j
scllors and other officers ns before. jH
The following bore testimonies: A. II.
Gleason, Mrs. Wauless, II. L. Booth,
Joa. Jensen und .Mrs. Clark. 'f
Modeit Clalma Of Un Carry the Moat Conviction- H
When Mn).lm, tho famous gnu Invent'
or, placed his gnu bifoio acommitto "of H
Judges, he stnted its carrying power to
bo much below what he felt sure the gnu
would accomplish. The result of thu
trial was therefoio a great surprise, iu-
stead of disappointment. It Is tho same
with the manufacturers nf Chamber
Iain's Colin, Cholera aud Diarrhoea Rem-
cdy. They do uot publicly boast of alt
this remedy will accomplish, but prefer
to let tho users make the statements, H
What thoy do claim, is that it will posi- H
lively cure Diarrhgea, dyseutcry, pains H
in tho stomach nnd bowels und has never 3
been known to fall. Forsalo by Ritcr H
Bros. Drug Co. H
We arc hero thrco times a vear. -IH
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M"1 EVERYTHING li I
Our new arrivals of Shoes of every description makei M
-our already largi line quite complete. - H
TRY OVR SEAMLESS SHOES WM
For HOYS and MEN Money cannot buy a.Hetter Shoe. ffiiR
JSTWE DELIVER GOODS ALL HOURS $gj pM
No specified time for closing the store (Sunday Except- v
ed) Please DO NOT CALL ON SUNDAY. W.
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Yours Reap. rJt'
W. A. RAY I
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