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I Tim OARLAND globe. M
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I. The Garland Globe
HI Publlthed Every Saturday at
I' GARLAND " UTAH,
H Terms of Subscription:
H Onoyonr (In advance) $1.50
H Six months 75
H. Tbreo months 50
HL Advertising rates furnlnhed on np-
H Entorod an sccond-clasfl mattef
H Fcbrunry 17, 100C, at the postofllce nt
H Oarland, Utnh, under tho Act ot Con
HJ gross of March 3, 1870.
HJ J, A. Wlxom .... Editor and Manager
Iibbi . i
MADE TO THE
H Secretary of State of the State of
OP THE CONDITION 01'
I THE DANK OP OARLAND
Hj Located at Garland, In tho County of !!ox
H Elder, Stato of UUh, ot tho dote of business on
HJ tho 7th day of Jul. 100C
Hi Leans and Discounts .... tU 807.12
I Overdrafts 4 (US CO
H Furniture and Fixture - 2,02.78
- Due from National Banks ... 1.KB.57
I Cash on Hand 2,089 CI
H Current Expenses and Taxoa I'M - 1.108.C6
Hb, i UDii.iTirji:
I Capital Block Ttld In - - (25,000 00
H Reimvorl for 1M0 Taxoa - - 400 00
H Undivided 1'rolHn .... 1,07407
B Dun to National Ilanka .... .130.12
M Individual Deposit .... 2I.CG2.67
H Ravings Dept. (Interest at 4 p'r rent) l.SM 31
H Cashlcr'a Checks - 16 23
Bills Payable .... 25.000.00
Total . . J7f.257.33
STATE OF UTAH.
County of Ilox Eldor, I '
M C J. Cammieix being first duly sworn accord.
M ln to law depoaea and says that lid la cashier of
H tho obovo named bank; that the above and fore-
going report contains n full, true and correct
H statement of the condition of tho ald bank at
the cl00 of business on tho 7th day of July, 1M6.
H (X J. CAUrnLLU
H Subscribed and sworn to K'foro mo thla 18th day
W. 1'. Raton, Notary Tubllc.
STATE OF UTAH. I
H Olnco of tho Secretary of Stato. I
I, C 8. TlNOBV, Secretary of State of the Slate
H of Utah, do hereby certify that tho fomrnlng la a
H full, true and corroct copy of tho statement of tho
H above named company, now on file In my office
HH this 20th day of July, 1906.
fl C. S. TlNOKY,
M Seal Secretary of State.
H Official Directory.
M OARLAND, UTAH
H Chairman of Board John T. Lant
III. C. Vnnnusdeln
T. K. Secrlet
J 03. Jensen
T. II. Edwards
H Clerk R. L. Bush
B Treasurer Jas Jensen
M Marshal Grorgo Hcnrlo
H Justice of Peace II C Vauausdcln
fl UOAltD OF tlKAI.TII
M T.H.Edwards John Lant
H Dr.J.M. Kranrku
H Governor John C. Cutler
M fiecretary Clint lis STingoy
H Atty. General . M A Breddcn
M JAudltor J A Edwards
M Treasurer Jamca Christiansen
fl Bupt. of Public Instruction
H A O Nelson
H State Senator 1st District Peter Clcgg
H HeprcsenUllvo F.W Flshburo
H COUNTY OFriCERS
H Judge First Judicial District
H W W Maughn
M District Attorney Fred J Holton
H Chairman County Commissioners
H A W Valentine
H Commissioner, Iowa String
H M.B Hart
H Commlsslooer, Kclton,
H II Jones
H County Clerk N JYalcntine
H Prosecuting Attorney O E Foxley
H Tressuror B N Cole
H Bbcrlff Joseph Joscpliwu
B Recorder Christina Madsen
M 'Assessor' Ellas Jensen
H .County Superintendent of Schools
H A E Jensen
H Surveyor, Deweyvillo J N Holdaway
H Flb b Game Warden EIIm Jensen Jr
B County Physician Dr. RA Pcarso
H iWater Commissioner N P Andersen
H I COUNTY HOARD OF HEALTH.
H 'A W Valentine Chairman
H Dr.'ItjAlPbarsa Secretary
M 11 D HaK.and E HJonea, members of
H fbe board,
H ritECINCT OrFICEltS:
H Frastaetl Justice; ConsUbUl
TJrlthara Andrew Funk Charlee Chea)
Sunset C N Toiler T E Becrlst
unction R Walter J E Montgomery
B Plrnouth E Ruad N J NUh
B Promontory Geo- House Charles Card
H Tirrm OWVarsons EJ Daawt
H Clesr Croek B B Baker
H Park Valley DavM Hlrachl W E Whllakrr
H Grouse Creek PhllPsskett J W Cook
H BlversUe J A Capener Jaa HsdRcld
H WlUard 8 N Cook Geo J Wells
Three HUe T C Yourur Atmon Wish!
BBVBVJ Mantua N C Jsppesen Haas KelUr
H Calls Fort W W Usley E Hunsakcr
H IXweyvilU C J Dewey D B Marble
H ColUnatoa CETwIuhell J U Bunding
H MaUd E It iUdley James Coil
Sear Rica AL UoJmjren H 1' Tborescn
H fielding' Frank Walker Dewey Wood
H Porta D Parkinson J W lUUord
tUwHsa Thoa Laws John II Wstt
E lOwrJUa CWRobblns ALPeUreen
,. fU . K il rrid,1 Charles Krokseh
H Hawks lit Layton
H Contractors & Builders
B Estimates and Material furnished
M tor all kinds of buildings.
HH Pope No, 8r Garland, V"ub
MERCHANTS and FARMERS
OF BOX ELDER COUNTY:
We are running nt full Watt and offer you 83 pounds of GOOD flour and 11
rounds of limn and shorts to the bushel.
Our flour and mill stuff aru EQUAL TO ANYTHING ON THE MARKET.
Wo also make Gruham Flour, Ryo Flour, Cracked Wheat and Germado that
cannot bo surpassed in quality.
OUR GERMADi: IS THE REST IN THE STATE.
R. OUSTAV MICHAELIS, formerly of the Honcyvillo Mill, who has had St
j inr of experience in the mill business, has charge of the mill and will give you
very courteous treatment.
Our machinery Is all new nnd of tho best make.
Wo bollclt jour patronage and guarantee you Hour nnd mill stuffs of the best
Once a Customer Always a Customer.
Garland Milling Co.,
R. GUSTAV MIOIIAELIS,
Spring Creations! jsrjj3fj2fjj
hViimiY iiiiiniimiit '
Your New Spring SUIT, SKIRT, HAT or LfldieS' Pumish
WA1BT is awaiting your (.election nt our More. i . Millinprif
A complete lino of all tho NEW SPRING ! ,nflS n,,,lerY
creations jiiM in j ' Dress Goods &
Call and oxamino tho goods nnd get first choico i NotlOnS.
Prices Reasonable I '
AMnrJp pohti:k ulook, jCfJfjj0j0J0
. 1 I III VCy GARLAND, UTAH. VW WW mw i-wr w-r
W J FIFE A J FIFJI
The Garlaiud Livery
FIFE BROS., Proprietors.
Livery, Fecdland Sale Stables Up-to-Date Riggs at all Houra
Doriea and Mules slouglit and Bold I Garan(t UoX
Hack Meots all Train at Deweyrlll U '
CHOICE WINES, LIQUOnS AND CIGARS.
POOL AND MILLIARDS,
near the Electrla Piano in all tho latest selections.
STEPHENS BROS., PROPS.
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries,
Fish and Game in Season.
""Bank of Garland
W W RIter. president, I w w mter ThomM R q
Thoma. R Cutler, vlco-prcit, ,"; G'' Gco T'
' ' John It Cutler, Horace G Whit
0. J. Campbell, cashier. $ ncJ- "' D J'b, Moslah Evonj
f and Walter P Eaton.
Transacts general banking business. Exchange drawn on the
principal cities of the United States and Europe.
Open a savings account with us in your youth and provide lor
Safety d .'posit boxes for rent,-
The Qarland 0ub,
Eph Coombs., prop, j
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Room in Connections
i ' "
Yr nT the best equipped JOB OFFCE In Western Box Elder and oas do JDB
PRINTING that equals anything in the State of Utah
Notice For Bids.
Notlco Is hereby given that scaled bids
for the erection of a one room addition to
the East Garlnnd School Housn in Rear
River district No. 1U, will bo received by
the trustees up to 12 o'clock noon on Fri
day, August 10th, 1000.
For plans nnd specifications, call at the
residence of P. M. Hansen, Eluood, Box
Elder Co., Utah.
The trustees rcscrvo the right to reject
any or all bids.
W. I). Lowls.
P. M. Hansen,
Palace Barber Shop
HARRIS it PERKINS, Props.
Shaviug, Hair-cutting, Shampooing nnd
Sanitary Rules Strictly Observed.
llamuud Bath and Mabsage Parlors
Agents for Western Steam Laundry,
Next to Club Saloon Oarluud, Utah
O. .S L. TIME TABLE
Tasscngur No. 32 Passenger No. 31
-SOUTH nOUND- NORTH BOUND-
Lv Malad 7:15 ft m Lv IJrlithnm 6.10 p m
Lv Garland E:10 n m Lv Corlnno 60 n m
Lv Trtmont 8:13 nm Lv Trcmont G:13pm
Lv Corlnno 9 JO am Lv Garland 6 56 p m
Ar Rrlgham 9.10 am Ar Malad 8'SOpm
Connects with Carho Connocta with Cache
Volley train No. 12 for Valley train No 11 from
Ogdcn and Salt Lake. Ogdcn and Salt Lake.
Leaves Ogden S;2o a. m.
" Brigham 9:55 a. m.
" ' Corinne.... .10:10a.m.
" Tremont.. ..10:52a. m
41 Garland ....11:20a.m.
Arrives at Malad t :oo p. m.
Leaves Malad 1 uo p. m.
" Garlt nd 3:25 p.m.
" Tremont 3:.op in-
" Corinne . . . , 130 p, in.
" Brigham -P5SP''"-
Arrives at Ogden 6:25 p m
F. L. Scon km),
From South 1 1 .35 a. m.
Going South 3:10 p.m.
S AR ROUTE.
Mails arrive from Penrose and
way at 10:30 a. m.
Mails leave for Penrose and
way at 11,50 a. m,
Ofllce hours from 8 a. m. to 0 p. in.
Eva C. Wilcox,
E. V. Schneider,
General Bhtcksmithing and
Horse Shoeing a Specially
Washing Machine Motors
uud Electric Flat-Irons.
Garland, - Utah
The bign ot the
is where you find
J. W. Lewis,
Practical Watch-maker and gfii
Alwnws he polite; but it isn't
necessary to remove your hut
when talking to a lady through
Modest Claims Often Carry tho Most Conviction.
When Maxim, the famous gun invent
or, placed lil gun before a cominltte of
judges, lie htuled Its carrying power to
bo much bilow whut ho felt huru the gun
would accomplish. Tho result of tho
trial wan therefore a great uurpilse, in
stead of disappointment. It Is tho same
with the muuufHcturers of Chamber.
laiu' Colic, Cholera anil Diarrhoea Rem.
cdy. They do not publicly boost of all
this remedy will accomplish, hut prefer
to let the users mako tho statements,
What they do claim, Is thai It w ill posl
lively euro Diarrhoea, dysentery, palm
iu tho stomach ami bowel and has uevei
been known to fall. For tale by Ittlct
Bros, Drug Co.
Real Estate, Loans I
" Insurance. I
Will sell your land, will buy you a home, will "insure your property, 1
will loan OU money. ft M
If jou want to buy or sell, call on or address H
H. C. Vanausdeln, or C. J. Campbell.
GARLAND, ----- UTAH. I
The Board of County Com
missioners met July 17th. Full
The petition of J. E. Montgom
ery asking for an appropriation
of $150 to repair roads in Yost
District was upon motion granted
and money appropriated.
The petition of James W. Pal
mer et ni,, asking that road be
tween Cedar Springs and Lake
Station be changed and estimat
ed that jt would require $300 to
change same and put in a puss
able condition. J. W. Palmer
appeared in support thereof. Re-ferrt-d
to L'orr. Jones for investi
gation. 'I lie petition of Moroni Ward
t al ahking fur an vappropriation
of $400 to purchase material to
drain road on west side of n w 14
of sec 26, tp. 12 n r 3 w. J. II.
vVelling appealed in support of
same. Upon motion of Com.
Jones referred to attorney for
written opinion. The petition of
John D. Peters et al asking that
,1 bridge be built across Bear
River west of Honeyville. John
P. Holmgren, Moroni Mortensen,
F. J, Welling appeared in sup
port. Messrs Israel and Ben Hun
saker appeared and promised to
furnish the right of way leading
to proposed bridge. Granted upon
motion of Mr. Hart. Nels Ander
son, road supervisor of Mantua
district, appeared and asked for
an appropriation to finish Box
Elder canyon road in Mantua
district. Upon motion of chr.
Valentine $75 was appropriated.
The resignation of Clias. Vicks
as road supervisor of Kelton dis
trict, waB upon molion accepted
and II. Christofferson appointed
to fill vacancy. The resignation
of N. C Jeppson as registration
officer of Mantua was accepted
and A. M. Jensen appointed to
fill vacancy. Letter of Iloeckcl
& Go. regarding sleel shelves for
recorder's vault referred to clerk.
The deed of Wm. Robinson and
wife to land for county road, was
upon motion accepted. Cotnmun
' ication from National Irrigation
Congress a?king that five dele
gates be appointed to attend said I
congress to be held in Boise, Ida. I
Sept. 3rd to 8th 1906, was read I
and action deferred. The sheriff's I
report of fees collected during I
June, 1906, was presented aqd H
accepted. The financial report H
of Box Elder county for year H
ending June 30th, 1906 was pre- H
sented and upon motion accepted B
and published. The clerk was M
instructed to forward through the
mail, the financial report furnish m
ed by W. H. Moore. Brig Jen- H
sen, road supervisor of Box Elder
disttict, appeared and asked for H
an appropriation of $22$ to grav- M
el road from the slough to turn ot m
road going west, also for $25 to H
finish road in Box Elder canyon. B
Upon motion of Mr. Jones $250 H
was appropriated to gravel road H
west of slough and $50 to finish H
road in Box Elder canyon. Upon H
motion of chr. Valentine, Tour H
miles was cut from Promontory H
district nnd added to Rawlins; H
three and one half from Terrace H
and added to Clear Creek and .aaaH
I three and one half cut off from H
' Terrace and added to Yost. Nor. H
I man Lee appeared and asked H
that the board reconsider the nc- M
tion of the previous session in M
awarding the contract for print- m
ing notices etc to the Box Elder H
Paper Co. Upon motion of Mr. M
Jones, the chairman und clerk M
were authorized to open the bids H
for constructing the bridge adver- H
Used (or, over Beaver Dam and H
award the contract. Upon motion H
of Mr. Jones the hid of James W. H
Palmer to repair road between H
the Little Mountain and Connor's H
springs for 5350 was accepted. H
Adjourned for three weeks. H
"Otto sought to auto on tho auto H
as he ought to, M
But the onto sought to auto as H
Otto nccr thought to; H
Then Otto ho got hot, O, cry H
hot ns ought not to, H
And Otto said, "This auto ought H
to auto and Its got tol" H
So Otto fought the auto and the H
uuto it fought Otto, H
Till the auto also got too hot to H
auto as It ought to H
And then, Great Seotll that auto M
shot to heavcu so did Otto H
Where Otto's auto auto now us B
Otto'a auto ought tol" M
Rcxbtifg Journal H
Saval Ills Comrade's Life. H
"While returning from tho Grand Ar- H
my Encampment at Washington City, a M
comrado from Elgin, III., wus taken with , H
cholera morbus and was in a critical eon - J H
cl!t!on,"say.s Mr.J.E. Houghland, of ' H
Kldon, Iowa, "I gave him Chamber- H
Iain's Culte, Cholera und Diarrhoea Rem
tiily nnd bolloonacd his life. I hao
been engaged for ten years In Immlgra- I
lion work ami conducted many parties to
the south and west. I nlwajK carry thi I
remedy and hae used it successfully on M
many occasions." Sold bj RIter Brot. H
Drug Co, H