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I ol. I. No. 33. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Sept. 22, 1000 H
I Peach Day at Brigham
flB The people of Hrlgham overdid thorn
BV wives In preparation for tbo great day
BB which ha made Hrlgham City famous,
Hfj and visitors woro royally entertained so
Bff fur as they would accept tho courtesies
BfJ profusely displayed, and there was an
Bfj Ulr of pleasing cleanliness about tbo
H whole city. Many of the public places
within easy access of tho heart of tho
city were turned Into temporary dining-
Bf rooms and lunch counters, and at a score
of places along the cltystrcots, choice
HI peaches, watermelons and cantaloupes
H were given away to any and all who
would ask for them.
There were fully 5,000 excursionists
and visitors from various parts of the
state; principally from Cache county,
Salt Lake City and Ogden, who enjoyed
0Uh' hospitality of tbo good peoplo of
jiJrlgliam City. Most of tho tho excur
sion trains were mot at tho station by
brass bands aud committees ofcltlzons,
and then escorted to the Box Elder coun
ty tabernacle, whsro Mayor C. Hoist do
Hvrrcd an address of welcome, extend
ing to them the hospitality of the city
aud tho freedom to help themselves to
all tho poaches in sight.
At 11 o'clock the peach wagons got
busy. About fifty heavily-laden wagons
started dnw n thu principal streets of the
city and hundreds of cases of peaches
were distributed at convenient points
for tbclsitors. Those lirlgbam peach-
1 cs arc certainly beauties.
J At noon the women of the Academy
of Music served tin elegant dinner at the
1 academy, and from 12:80 until 2:80 p m
1 ' tlui lirlgbuiu City Military Band gavu a
1 .cdnccrtat tho court house square. At
K 2 pm dsuclng was boj;iiii in thu large
K pnvilbn il hc e.-ijri f Music, and
m A'.u.ln : b ; m "-tjM.i ..lj until tho .small
K "7!)oirbof the morulng.
n One of tho chief renters of attraction
B during thu Hfiernuou was thu basebnll
M gnmo between thu Urigham City aud
B Bountiful teams. Bountiful uverlast-
B Ingly did the Ilrlgham boys up to tbo
K ttiuu of 0 to 2. Urant, the Bountiful
B sjsb artist, hud the Indian sign on the
Bfj llrlghamltes, and at opportune times
BY miido them appear helpless, lie allow-
Bfj ed only tlvo hits, aud except for sorau
dizzy playing by his team-mates in tho
H sixth Inulng, would have made tho gainu
I A Real Snake Story.
While digging In a gravel pit west of
H town a few days ago, one of tho nun
B working them uncovered two white eggs
I that resembled hen's eggs, being of thu
w same size, lie took them to Snpt. Til Ed-
jR wards nt the Utah Sugar Co's otlico and
Mr Edwards began experimenting with
fl them. He opened one of the oggs and
H It contained a baby rattle snuke twelve
K iiiuhes in length. Thu snaku and thu
H , other egg weru put Into a bottlo of alco-
B Vb"l to preM'rve them and aru ou exhlhi-
IK n tionutTlio UtahBugar Co's labratory.
H Mr Kdwurds brought tbo bottle con-
IB mining tbo ugg and snake to this olllco
W and wc had "suakes" till he cauio and
K took It away, Thu baby snake is a real
H t , rattler, although too young to have a
M i I. rattle,
U ' S Political Matters.
: 1 I The Democratic county convention to
jf! elect delegates to tho statu convention,
n Is to bu held lu tho Ilrlgham court huusu
ff , next Saturday, Bept. 20th.
H At the ltepiibllcau state convention
S held in Salt Lake Thursday, Sept. 20th,
1 ' Joseph Ilowcll was ro-nomiuated to sue-
I deed himself and Joseph K. Frlck was
uomlnated for the supremo bunch. Thu
B result of thu balloting for congressman
a wus as follows; Howell 835, Chrlstenscn
9 157, Flshburu 27, Thu vote for supremo
I Jiulgu wass Frlck 274, Mono 108, Hul-
9 . Loult Gets of l'olnt Iookout was lu
N j Uowu ou busluus yesterday,
H B. II. 1'helps went to Oarland last
H Saturday where ho will remain thu com-
a lug nino weeks lu thu employ of Tho
a Utah Sugar Co. Olobo Header, I'ayson,
Opening of Public Schools.
Tho public schools of this city and
vicinity, with thu cxceptlonof the higher
grades, opened Monday with tho follow
ing teachers in nttuudaucu: Garland,
Mrs. Ketta Jcuson lu charge of tho be
ginners, 1st and 2nd grades; Garland
North, Miss Lcuora Itouicr and East Gar
land Miss Ruth Larscn. The enrollment
on tho opening day was as follows:
Garland 42, East Garland 18, Garlaud
North 28. Quito a few students were
enrolled In thu above mentioned schools
after tho opening day.
All tho grades of tho Garland
school will open next Monday, Sept. 24,
with Burdttt Smith as principal. Miss
Leah Bush, who was to assist Mr. Smith,
has secured a position in thu schools at
Salt Lake City and tho services of another
lady teacher will bo secured soon,
Angus Vance will bo the Instructor of
tbo higher grades at Garlaud North and
V. E. Hall will have charge of tho high
er grades at East Garland. October 15th
Is tho date set for opening the higher
grades of tho two respective schools
Tho public school building of this
city has beau thoroughly cleaned und
calclmlned aud presents au iuvitlng ap
A brick addition Is bolng built to tbo
Garlaud North school house.
A. It. Smith, who has conducted a
butrhcr business in this city for several
months, unsigned to tbo Utah Association
of Creditiuen for thu bcuetlt of his cred
itors Saturday last. J.T.Young, Sec
retary ofH.L. GrlQluACo. nt Ogden,
aud Herbert Vau Dam, representing the
association have spent several days In
this city adjusting matters connected
with the asslgumeut. Thu liabilities will
amount to about St, 000 aud thu assets
will probably bring 000.
Wo weru iuformed yesterday that Dan
Parry, who formerly owned the business
und Mld to Smith, has purchased the
blmp and tl.turcs again uud will conduct
the IninitiUMt hereafter.
The Tout Family Conceit
The residents of this city and vicinity
will be given an opportunity next Wed
nesday evening of listening to a grand
concert by tbo Tout family at the
Amusement Hall. The Misses Nannie,
Maggiu and Hazel Tout and their father
Mr. E. F.Tout nil taku part In thu cou
cert. In conversation with Mr. Shorten
wo were Informed that Mlns Nunulu
Tout would Ihj heard lu a number of her
Quite a uumber of our people went to
Brigham ou Peach Day.
Mrs David Manning is visiting with
friends and relatives In Syracuse, Davis
Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Smith weru I.ogau
visitors lost week.
The baby of Mr and Mrs i'eter Boss is
reported qulto sick. They took it to
Brigham to consult a doctor.
Mrs Elizabeth King wont to Brigham
Sunday to attend thu M I A convention,
Miss Naomi Olcason returned home
from I.ogan Monday.
Aaron Tolman, who recently purchas
ed Sir I'cttlnglM's farm, has sold his
ranch and siimu stock In Csuadn which
enables him to pay for his farm lie
Wo would bi pleased to have our read
ers, aud tho public generally, send in
such Items of news us may coinu under
their observation, such us births, deaths,
marriages, goings and minings, tic.
Many things transplru that u may over
look, hence wu ask you to assist us in
this matter that wc may be nblu to pub
lish all the news.
ChaaborUln's Cough IUaed Acts on Naturo'i
The most successful medicines are
thoso that aid nature. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts ou this plan.
Take it when you havu a cold and It
will allay thorough, relieve thu lungs,
aid expectoration, open the secretin n
and aid nature in restoring thu system
to a healthy condition. Thousands have
testified to its superior excellence. It
counteracts any tendeuey of a cold to
result In pneumonia. Price 2ft cents
j Large site, 50 cents. For sale by Rlter
Bros, Drug Co,
Married In Logan.
Wednesday, Sept. 10th, Luther B.
Sasscr and Miss Helena M. Michaells,
both of Garland, were married in tho
Logan Temple, returning to this city
yesterday afternoon to resld for the
Miss Michaells Is a popular young
lady, the charming daughter of Mr and
Mrs 11 Gustav Michaells,
Mr Sasscr Is the oldest and only son
of Mrs Ava Sasscr.
Both young people havo many jrlcnds
who join in wishing them a bappy and
prosperous Journey through life.
Tho Globe extends congratulations and
Y L M. 1. A. Social.
Tbo social and dance given under thu
auspices of thu Y L M I Assn. at the
Amusement Hall Tuesday evening prov
ed a very plcasiug and entertaining
Tho social was to have been given on
Annual Day, Sept. 12th, but was post
poned owiug to thu death of Bertha
Campbell. Invitations were acnt to all
members of thu association and many
outside of thu organization, with the
hope of Interesting them lu mutual work
The Military Band took part iu the
social und helped to make it a success.
The following program wus carried out:
Piano Solo Ellssa Manning
Sketch Life of Elmlna S. Taylor
.. Mrs. Lucy A. Clark
Violin Solo, Piano Accom. .
.m ..... Jos. KIrkham
Solo m. ........Jennie Waulcsi
Music .: ........... ............... Military Band
Delicious refreshments were served
and thu Military Bund rcudered a num
ber of choice selections. After the re
freshments were hcrvtd, those present
participated lu dancing. Punch was
served during tho evening's enjoyment.
Where It Was Done.
Jou Burns, he cut ten cords of wood
From risu to set o' sun;
Ho cut it, aud lie piled it, too,
Yes, sir, that's w'at he done.
To cut ten cord wood, I vow,
Is one tremendous chore
Joo Bums cut Ills behind tho atovo
In Grover, Rose's storv.
Jou Burns, he cut eight load o' hay,
I awau, uu' raked It, too,
An' iu twelvu hours by thu clock
Ho was entirely through.
Ho could, I guess, before he blept,
Cut Jes' as many more,
Ho cut It where he did thu wood
In Grover, Rose's store.
Joe Burns, he plowed four acres nnct,
Ho plowed It good au' neat;
An' fore tho sun had near guue down
The job whs all complete.
The horses never turned a hair,
1 Wusu't tired, nor leus' bit sore,
He plowed It all lit one short day
Iu (irovnr, Rose's store.
Open Switch Derails Train.
Monday uveulug thu tiorth-louiid pas
seugcr via the Mnlud Valley branch, ran
luto an npeti switch at .Samaria, Idaho,
and the englue uud baggage car weru
derailed. A wrecking outfit was sunt
nut uud the trouble soon llxed up. No
particular damage Is ri'Hirtvd. Several
hours delay was caused by thu Incident
but thu train came hack tho next morn
ing aud has been maklug the regular
trip us usual.
Pain from a Uurn Promptly itcllaved by Cham
Urlalo's Vain Bala.
A little child of Michael Strauss, of
Vermin, Conn., was recently In great
jiitla from a burn on thu hand, and as
cold applications only Increased tho In
flammation, Mr. .Straus-, came to Mr.
James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for
something to stop thu pain. Mr. Nich
ols hays: "I udtiscd him to use Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, mid the first appli
cation drew out thu Inflammation und
guvu immediate relief. I havo used this
liniment myself and recommend it very
often for cuts, buruM, strains aud lame
back, and have ncvur known It to disap
point." For sale by Rlter Bros. Drug
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State of Utah, )
County of Box Elder J
In Garland of wild county.
I havu lu my possession tho following
described cstruy animals which, if not
claimed and taken away, will be sold at
public auction to the highest cash bidder
at Fife's Livery Stable lu Garland on the
24th day of September, 1000 at tho hour
of 3 p. iu.
UESCUIITION or ARIMAIJ.
One dehorned briudle spotted cow and
calf by side branded LS ou left ribs.
One red, white-faced cow no brand
vlslblo with calf by side branded V ou
One yellow brindlo white-faced mulcy
cow branded W on left ribs.
Said cstrays were taken up by tnc In
said town uu thu lltb day of September,
Pouudkccpur for Garlaud.
This ofllco has been made a collection
agency for the medical work entitled
MKD1COLOGY. Those who havo con
tractcd for tho book should maku their
regular paymcuta hero aud get their re
ceipts, Wantkd At Onck Two good milch
cowa at Sugar On. Hotel, Garland Utah.
O.W. Hyde, Prop. It
C J. Campbell,
Garland . - Utah.
Q. S. Howry,
Pakllag and PaprHaagng.
AND (JKNintAL IMPAIRING
Neatly and Promptly Done.
P. A. Nordquist Shop
Just South of the Olobo OlUee.
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