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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
y Vol. I. No. 32. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 15, 1906
M a I a d.
Baseball Season Closes.
The Garland base ball team went to
Malad lut Saturday and trimmed the
Idaho boys by a score of 31 to 0 in
seven inning game. The features of the
game were the heavy batting and bril
liant floldiag of our boys who made 20
aafo hits with but one error. Singleton
for Garland, struck out eleven men. Our
team was royally treated and entertained
by the Malad people and have nothing
but pralso for them and for their town.
v Tho line-up was as follows:
7 OAKLAND MALAD
Van Leuvan 1 f Richards
' Singleton p J Jones
Glcason 8 b McClurg
Wnllla 1 b Kingsbury
Cluff o Dalton
Evans s James
Welling 8 b Thomas
Hall c f O Jones
Barry rf ' Harris
Score by Innings:
19 8 4 0 6 7 Total
Garland 8 0 6 4 8 0 0-21
Malad 8 010 2 0 0-8
This game wound up the base ball
season, so far as Oarland Is concerned
this year. Tho boys have done well,
winning quite a few more than a majori
ty of the games, the only bad record
being the loose of two games with Wells--villc
and one with Riverside.
Death of Bertha Campbell.
Bertha, the fl-ycar old daughter of Mr.
and Mr. C. .1. Cnjuptiill of ihUelly,
(jj died last Similar in 2 p. in., from I he cf-
facts of pcrltoniii-t, hlii took f.iok ubout
onu week previous to her ilc.it Ii.
Impressive funeral services wore held
at the Garland hull Monday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, manynf tho friends of tho
family being In attendance. The ser
vices were in charge ot Rev. J. V. Cody,
Babtist Minister of Corlnne. Tho sing
ing was furnished by members of the
ward choir under tho direction of Jos.
Rlrkham. Rev. Cody read from the
Scripture and made somo very consoling
and comforting remarks.
The casket and stand were literally
covered with Moral offerlugs, Tho pall
bearors were Up. W. L. Qrovcr, W. I).
Lewis, J. O. Wheelon and G. W. Austin,
After the services a large cortege fol
lowed the remains to the cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell have the sym-
pathy of the entire community In tbclr
Leg Broken and Foot Crushed.'
Thursday evening at about 10 o'clock,
f't Peter Fowler of this city who is employ
4fjy t'd at the power house In tho Dear River
Canyon, bad tho misfortune of being
caught in the machinery at tho plant
and sustained a broken lag and had bis
foot quite badly crushed, Tho leg was
broken twice just above the ankle,
Tho family were notified by telephouo
and Mr, Wheelon went to the power
plaut early Friday morning and took
Mr. Fowler to Salt Lake for treatment.
At lut reports be was resting quietly.
, Card of Thanks.
We desire to express thanks to all
those who rendered assistance during the
; Illness, death and burial of our little
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Campbell
The Y L M I A social thut was post
poned because of tho death of little
Bertha Campbell, will be given In the
Amusement Hall next Tuesday evculng,
For tho Poach Day Concert in the
j. Tabernacle the Amusement Committee
-l V) has secured tho at rvlccs of the following
renowned singers: LUzia Thomas Ed
wards, Elsie Burrow Best, Mattle Reed,
.' Vlotor CarUtoffcrson, Will Phillips,
t Thomas Ashworth and J, Wlllard
V i ' Squires, It
I Program for
I Peach Day
At Brigham City Sept 19th.
10:00 a m. Arrival of Excursion
Trains. Excursionists conducted to tho
Central School Park by Banda: I ;
10:80 a m. Address of Welcome
i Mayor C. Hoist. "Our Desire" Prcsl-
I dent F. W.FIsbburnof Box Elder Com !
11:00 am Presentation of 1,000 cases j
iuciouB Peaches to the Visitors. j
11:00 am to 11 p m Vaudeville, con
tinuous performance, at Opera House.
13:00 m Lunch.
! 18:80 p m to 2:80 p ra Free Band
8:00 p m Baseball Game at Brigham
City Ball Park. Bountiful vs Brigham
for a 878.00 purse.
3:00 p m Matinee at the Academy of
Music aud Dancing.
8:00 pm Concert at Tabernacle. j
0:00 p m Grand Ball at Academy of
Musle and Dancing.
Stake Quarterly Conference.
The quarterly conference of tho Box
Elder Stuku was held In the stnko taber
nacle at Brigham City Saturday and
Sunday, Sept. 8th and 0th. The con
ference waa largely attended uud much
interest manifested. The tabernacle
choir under the direction of Chorister S.
N. Lee furnished excellcut slnglug.
Among the visitors were Pres. Frauds
M. Lymau and Apostles O. W. Penrose
and Reed Smoot.
The various wards throughout the
sink o were quite well represented.
The following wore tho speakers at
the morning sesstou Saturday: Pres.
Francis M. Lymau, Pres. Oleen N Stohl,
Bp J B McMastcr of tho 1st ward, Bp
Lorenzo N Stohl of tho 8rd ward, Bp
Brilliant Wright of the 4th ward, Bp
Franclllo Durfcy of Beaver ward, Bp
P M Hansen of El wood ward.
Tho speakers Saturday afternoon were
Pres. Lucius A Snow, Bp T H Black
burn of tbo 2nd ward, Bp John W Lar
sen of East Garland, Bp W L Grovcrof
thu Garland ward and Apostlo Reed
The morning session was glveu over
to the Stake Sunday Schools, Supt J D
Peters in charge.
August F Jcppson spoke on tho sub
ject of "work," which was followed by
an cxccrclso from tho Kindergarten
Dopt of thu 1st ward. MIssEllleda Luud
and Isaac Jeusou of tbo 4th ward ren
dered a very pleasing duet. A temper
ancu pleco was recited by George Balrd
of the 8rd ward Sunday School. Apostle
C W Penrose madu a few Interesting re
marks to the Sunday School children.
Pres Francis M. Lyman occupied the
time at the afternoon session Sunday
aud gave a very interesting address to
The church aud stake authorities were
presented and unauimously sustained.
In the evculng a conjoint scsslou of
the MIA was held at the tabernacle.
Call on Joseph N. Stohl of Brigham
City for your farm loaus. He has the
monoy and VIII treat you right. tf
Fala iron a Bum Promptly Rllv) brCbsra
txrlaln's Pln Balm.
A little child of Michael Strauss, of
Vernon, Conn., was recently In great
pain from a burn on the hand, and as
cold applications only increased the In
datamation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr.
James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for
something to stop the pain. Mr. Nich
ols says: "I udrlsed hint to use Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, and tho first appli
cation drew out the inflammation aud
gave immediate relief. I have used this
liniment myself and recommeud it very
often for cuts, burns, strains and lame
back, and have never kuown It to disap
point." Forsalo by RIter Bros. Drug
Sunday Evening's Meeting.
The announcement that two members
of the Quorum of Twelve Apostles
would address the people of Garland and
vicinity at tho Garland hall last Sunday
eveniug, brought out a large crowd 'of
people to the meeting. The hall was
tilled to ita utmost capacity, many un
able to obtain scats. It Is estimated that
fully 6S0 were In attendance.
Bp. W. L. Grover presided, the ward
choir furnishing tho singing under the
direction pf Jos. Klrkham.
Pres. Francis M. Lyman was the first
speaker. For somo tlmo bad had a desire
to visit Garland aud was interested In this
section of the country. This a rich, far
tllo valley. Spoke of tbo attempts to
ottabllsb the sugar Industry here and
tho many drawbacks first encountered but
was pleased with the growth of the city
and surrounding country. Hoped that
while the people here Increased In wealth
thut they would alio Increase In faith.
Dwelt at length ou the word of wisdom.
Miss Essta Evans rendered a vocal solo
Apostle Charles W. Penrose spoke on
the soul of man. It takes both tho tem
poral aud spiritual to constitute tho
soul. Tho temporal will pass away, but
the spiritual endureth forever. The
spirit should rule the body. Spoke at
Irngth on the power and dominion of
God. This earth will bo celcstlallzed and
purified through obedlenco to the laws
of God. Encouraged all to perform
works of righteousness. Broken laws
being sorrow, pain and death.
Singing. Benediction by W D Lewis.
Jlrs. Eva C Wilcox, the post-master,
complains of being considerably annoyed
oi late by children aud other persona
constantly ringing up tho post ofllcu and
iuqulrlug if thu mail Is iu, has the mall
been distributed, has tho mall closed,
etc, and other questions that cau be
answered by consulting thu timetables
that an published for the benefit of tho
publlo generally. Mrs Wilcox desired
that we submit u few facts for the con
sideration of those who bavo been in the
habit of constuntly ringing the post-ofllce
for such Information. Tho following
will be useful to those who deslro to
becomo posted In these matters: The
mall arrives from the south at 11:85 a m
and 7pm and Is distributed as soon as
It reaches thu ofllce. The mail closes
for thu south bound trains at 8:15 a m
and 8:03 p in, Heretofore children com
ing out of school lit noon, have also given
tho postmaster considerable annoyance
by flocking luto thu office and asklug
for mail that has beeu previously called
for by their parents. Sometimes three
aud four children of thu same family
call four and live times a day for mail
that has goue out early In tho day. It
svems but a habit and should bu discour
aged. The post-office department has
Issued an order furblddlng postmasters
to allow school children to thus throng
the office and ask for mall. Often im
portant Utters are lost by trusting them
to the care of small children.
I aettht I they have just & & ,
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I have In my possession the following
described cstray animals which, if not
claimed and taken away, will bo sold at
public auction to the highest cash bidder
at Fife's Livery Stablo'ln Garland on tho
24th day of September, 1008 at the hour
of 2 p.m.
DEscnirrioN or animals.
Ono dehorned brindle spotted cow and
calf by side branded L8 on left ribs.
One red, white-faced cow ao brand
visible with calf by side branded V on
One yellow brindle white-faced muley
cow branded W on left ribs.
Said cstrays wero taken up by me In
said town on the 11th day of September,
Poundkceper for Garland.
Don't forget the M. I. A. Convention
at Brigham Sept. 18.
This office has been made a collection
agency for the medical work entitled
MED1COLOGY. Those who have con
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regular payments hero and get their re
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