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I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
I Vol.1. No. 23. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, July 14, 1906 U
I Company's Canal
I Gives Way.
I Dank Slides Into River.
I Canal Washed out by Dank Slipping into
Hear River. Men and Teams Duild
New Canal Around tlio Drcak.
I Tuesday nlghl tho Corinno Branch of
I the Bear Itlvcr canal, one mile south of
H East Farm, was damaged by a washout
that cut a gultch 100 feet depp and 300
H feet long.
H The earth In that vicinity is of a slip.
H pcry naturo and to all appearances look-
H cd perfectly safe up to the time of the
B -A.) break, hut suddenly the bauk slipped in
M to Dear River and tho large amount of
M water carried by the canal, soon found
M its way into the river below.
m No serious damage was douo except
B to tbc canal which was irreparable uud
H a new canal was cut around the break.
M A force of 100 men with teams built
M 1 ,600 feet of canul In two days and the
M water was turned into the canal again
H Thursday night. It Is now iu a better
BV condition titan ever.
B The Hot Springs.
H Quite a number of our people arc be-
H ginning to realize that the hot springs,
H north of this city, afford bnthlng facilities
H that cannot be excelled in the state, and
K aro taking advantage of thu opportunl
H tH offered. It is only one and one-
H half hours' drive to these sprlugs, and a
M good time to go is just before sunset.
H . J-'or an uvenlng's outing, there h nothing
H S bo pleaaanfaa a drive to tbc springs and
1 tiiVs a plunge Just afar old Sol has Mink
m to rcit in the western horiwm.
M A fttr the bath a lunch on thu water's
M edge 1.1 very palatable indeed. This fol
M lowed by a cool drivo home again makes
M one fcvl refreshed and invigorated for
H the mo wow 'a hot and sultry battle.
H A Runaway.
B An exciting runaway took placo a few
M evenings ago that came near being h scr-
H iou fatality. A quartette of young pto
M pie consisting of Wid Woods, Mark tan-
KVfl vitt, Electa Hall and Edith Hansen were
KVm riding in a single rig in thu northern
KVfl part of town. Tbc axlu of the buggy
M broke and the how c became frightened
B aud ran away, taking with him the front
H part of the buggy. The occupants were
H thrown out and somewhat bruised. Thu
KVfl horse ran into tho stackyards of Geo
M Clark and the harness and rig were
1 r-trewn along Slain St. Tbc quartette os
H "J caped serious injury, but were badly
H Ticmont Disappointed
H The school election for Dist. No. CO
H was held at tho Elwood school houso
H Monday, (jtiito an intercut being maul-
H fcatcd especially by Tremoat who tried
B to elect their mau.
H Not a Treroouter showed up all day
Vfl until just a few minutes before the polls
H closed, and, In a body 2-1 strong, came
1 tbey to battle or their Sherman man.
M Tbey are to be complimented for tb
KVfl spirit of union that exists in their midst,
BVfl but' tbey were disappointed when the re
gfffl suits of tho election wore annouuecd.
H Quito a number from this city and
H vicinity went down to voto and no doubt,
m many more would havo goue had thuy
M known that Trcmont was so anxious to
H elect their man.
B Following is tho result of the election:
B Trustee for tbc (J.year term, Moroni Mor
H tenson of Dear River City; for tho 2-yeir
B cw term, W.D, Lewis of this city. Doth
H Of these gcntloman wc;o re-elected and as
H F. M. Hansen Is already a momber of tbo
Pfl board, this givas a strong Board or Trus-
M tecs f or Dist . No . 25 .
Garland Goes to
"Rub Game" Contest.
Both Teams in Fine Shape and Contest
to bo Hard Fought Battle. Dor
land Must Win.
Both the Garland and Brigham
teams have been doing some ex
cellent work during the past two
weeks and the game to day prom
ises to be the best of the season.
Garland won a home in Lehi by
defeating their team in two hard
fought battles and Brigham de
feated the best team of Weber
Co., outside the league team, Sat
urday uly 7 th.
This is the "Rub Game" as
bnih team have won two games
out of the four played.
Don't let our team go to day
uoaccompanicd by a strong force
of "rooters." Garland has a rec
ord that must be kept up and if
'rooting" helps them out, let's be
there and show our colors.
This is the game we want and
wc are going to work hard to set
Garland one round higher on the
famous base ball ladder.
Manager Eaton is communi
eating with a number of the b-tse
ball managers throughout the
state to secure a game here (or
the 24th of July.
k Big time of the casou. WbatV The
3U C F D excursiou to Lagoon July 10
Everybody invited July 10.
I,osT Lady's Purse coutaiuing check
of (3 00 and home change, betweeu Lea v.
l.t'saud W.H. Craudall's. Return to this
oDlco and bo rewarded.
A report having reached my cars that
I hud purchased uu interest in tbo Club
Saloon, I take this mode of contradict,
ing the same. There is not the slightest
ray of truth in tho report aa I have no
Interest whatever In thu Club or uny
other saloon and have never entertained
any idea of investing in that line of
Joiim T. Lamt
Editor. Garland Globe!
A family rcttnlon was given July th
at the home of Mr und Mrs S II Bingham.
Thu lawn was tatteful)y decorated with
National colors. Dainty refreshments
Miss Edith Hansen of PloasHiit Grove,
is tho guest of Mn B II Bingham this
Mrs August Lundquist returned to
this city last Saturday after a pleasant
vliit in Salt Lake.
Mrs Annie Sugil Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. A JDroomlmad.
Mrs Rose of Ogdcn, who has hecu visit
ing her sister, Mrs Dalliu, returned to
her homo July 5th.
A jolly crowd was cutcrtalccd Sunday
evening by 8 II Bingham, with phono
Mnt Smith of American Fork, mother
of Mrs Dallin, returned to bcr home
Tuesday after a pleasant visit here.
The laying of tiling for tho experi
mental drainago district in this vicluity,
Our boys havo been so busy in tho hay
and beets and so many wcro away eclo
brating that for soruo timo past base bnll
has been at low tide in Riverside, but In
terest was revived last Saturday when
they gathered their scattered forces aud
jubilantly crossed tho Mai ad, only to get
a "bunch of fives" banded to them by
the warriors who w.car Ficldlnc written
across the front of their uuiforms. It
was an even hnnl ought battle, run for
run, rcclstcred 6y the scorer up till the
se'venth Innings, when Fielding punched
a few safo ones and let iu tbrco men in
quick succession. That was all, the
game was over and the score card told
the tale ofOto 0 with Fielding to tho
good. Then when tho yelling censed
and bats came down, soda water was in
order, the Fielding boys wcro voted
"good fellows" and wo separated with
"seoyou next Saturday." These same
teams will cross bats hero next Saturday
on our home diamond in a return game
and our boys think that tho pangs of dc
feat, which they suffered last Saturday,
will make the joys of victory moro com
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C II Tingoy
a little black haired girl, Tuesday July
10th. 1906. Everybody doing nicely.
Mrs. M J Riclmrds Jr is recovering
from mi operation for appendicitis which
was performed on her in Salt Lake City
Mrs. Julia Richards is in Ogdcn with
her sitter Mrs Trlbo who has been oper
ated on for appeudicitis.
Wi: aru not letting these little thunder
showers alter us from building ditches
and furrowing out our beets.
Home missionaries from Mnlad and
nsst. Church Historian, Andrew Jonsen
were speakers ut Sunday services July 8.
July II, IflOd.
There sonic Indian been up I'ocatcllo
sco them ludlnn having sun dance tin
Portncff river. But they coining hack
laMuick. Some been Brigham City on
1th to Celebration they coming back
home last thurciday.
Mr Joseph. Panlboo and Henry noot
chew been down Teeth, Ncvcada. spent
4 out there. But they come back Fri
day Mr Geo Ward all rutty puting up
his hay all up.
Our homo bait team going out Hot
brook on 21th to play baso ball,
Tbc bctt crop aro lookiug very well
this year, pretty thin last year.
July 8. lOOtl.
It is permissible to kiss a wom
an un the forehead if she has
been eatiog onions.
July 1th was celebrated here in fitting
style. An cNccllcnt program was carried
out at the School House in tho forenoon,
Wm Miller being orator of tbo day. In
tho afternoon the Bothwell and Elwood
teams played an interesting game of ball
that euded Iu a icoro of 14 to 16 in favor
of Elwood. Tho crowd attending the
celebration here was the largest ever
Hitnciscd in Thatcher.
Our tchool election took placo Monday,
tbo votes east being the heaviest over
polled in this district. Mr. Harris was
tho people's choice for trustee.
J. H. Watt cracked a. smile yesterday
that hurt bis face. Reason: A littlo girl
came to brighten their home and has de.
elded to stay Mother and babe doing
flee. J. H. will receiver.
July 0th 1006.
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Wc have a NEW LINE of dainty flowered Lnwns and Sw isscs-Juit tbo thing for T W ENTY-FOURTH M
DRESSES which we arc prepared to sell you nt tho LOWEST 1 UIOEH.- M
You can't miss seeing our dressy Line of OXFORDS and 8 II O E S. Come hero for those PRETTY. M
WHITE, CANVAS OXFORDS. M
Our Line of Hose has also been much enlarged No matter what you want, wc can suit you. H
Wear "ALICE BLUE" Ribbon- WocnsclHtto you. ill I
Wo sell dainty KIMONOS for much less than you can make them. Don't sweat ocr sewing Keep H
cool in our airy KIMONOS. H
Our Line of Dressy Mon's Clothing cannot bo surpassed. Come and And out just how reasonable wo nre about prices H
For faNhiounblu, durable I H
and becoming clothing, come to us. Yours for BARGAINS, H
Boothe Mer. & Produce Co., I
t-THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN BOX ELDER COUNTY H
R M B Telephone Co.
Beginning July 1st 1000, The Rocky
Mountain Bell Telephone Co. In Box
Elder County has reduced its Toll vul
ties from 25c to 10c between Brigham
and nil Bear River Valley exchange nub
scilbcrs from Corinno to Plymouth.
This means that any subscriber to the
Garland aud Tremonton Exchange can
talk to nny Brigham City subscriber for
tivb minutes for the sum of 10c nnd lea
Dclos Bacon, Mgr.
Sunday School Conferences.
Conferences of the arious Sunday
Schools in this icinity were held last
Sunday aud tho program, outlined by
tho Stake Board, was carried out.
The Garland North Sunday School was
visited by Bp. W. L. Grovcr. 2nd Coun
sellor Joseph Jensen and Miss Morilla
Lund W(nt to 'Bothwell and Supt. J. D.
Peters was In attendance at tho East Gar
land conference. Thatcher was visited
by Miss Hansen aud Mr. Jensen; Penrose
by Miss Christcnscu and Mr. Herder.
Tomorrow the conference of tho Gar
land Sunday School will bo held iu this
city and members nf the Stake Board
will bo in attendance. I
OldChrcnlc Sorts. 1
As n dressing for old chronic sores,
there is nothing so good as Chamber
Iain's Salvo. While it is not advisable
to heal old sores entirely, they should be
kept Iu a good condition, for which this
salve is csncciully valuable For sore
nipplos, Chamberlain's Salvo has no ku
perior. For sale by Riter Bros. Drug Co.
We aru hero three times a year.
Tf Tho B. C. FIro Department give n
U Grand Excursion to Lagoon July 10
AND GENERAL REPAIRING
Neatly and Promptly Done.
P. A. Nordquist Shop
Just South of the Glohe Office
OTWc Guarantee Satisfaction.,?
We are prepared to furnish you with Lumber of all kinds haw '
ing just received a large shipment. Moie coining ditily.tit H
Are You looking for Lumber in M
liORT Lengths? I
Well, wc have it.ftrl M
Complete Line of Lumber and Building Material Always on Hand M
JENSEN BROS. I
(Successors to Hyrum Jensen) H
Gnrl.ind Utah . B
WE SELL H
THAT'S ALL. . H
Our new arrivals of Shoes of every description makei
our already Iarg line quite complete. H
TRY OUR SEAMLESS SHOES H
For BOYS and MEN Money cannot buy a Better Shoe.
HgrWE DELIVER GOODS ALL HOURS J Iffl
No specified time for cIoing the store (Sunday Except- jfaQ
ed) Please DO NOT CALL ON SUNDAY. Kjl
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I THE FOULGER COMPANY, I
B ' tsrWe are YOURS OR honest GOODSjgcj MioKL' No. g4 r. Por Honest Values in Gens' and Boy's furnishings. ' H
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