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IsWTHE GARLAND GLOBE gpi I
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY ' ' - s
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Vol. I. No. 34. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 13, 1900 1
1 Republican Primary.
The Republican primary bold at the
Garland School houso last Wednesday
evening was h well attended and spirited
meeting. Precinct chairman II. C. Van
ftusdcln called the meeting to order and
tatcd that the object of the primary was
to choose seven delegates to attend the
county convention to be held in Brlgham
City Saturday, October 18th. Mos'iab
Even was chosen temporary chairman
and Jos Jensen temporary secretary.
Thti chairman at onco announced that
nominations for delegates were In order.
F. U Welling, W It. Vanflcct and II. O.
Vanauftdcln were nominated for delegate
No. 1 to be voted for by ballot. C. Haws
ami O. L. Winters 'were appointed tellers.
, Before the ballots wire taken up, bow
cver, a raotlou was made to suspend the
' rule nud vote for the thrco abovu named
gentlemen by acclamation as delegates
No. 1, i! and 3. The motion was carried.
W. l. Lewis, Burdett Smith, O. L.
Winter and T. E Sccrlst wero chosen in
the Mtmu manner as tho other three dele
gates. The following ladies were ualmcd
aaalti mates: Mrs Lucy A. Clark, Mrs
I. Ion Jensen, Mri MosIhL Evens and Mrs
Neit In order was the naming of a
precinct justice. II. 0. Vauausdclu and
PeU-r Jensen were nominated and voted
for by ballot. The result was as fol
lows: Vanausdelu 10, Jcnscu 10
Only one nomlnution 'was mado for
precinct coustablo T. E Sccrlst being
chosen by acclamation.
Jo Jeuseu was then named as precinct
chairman and also county central com
inltteoman. P. D. Welling was noml
natetl for the latter position but the result
,f the ballots cast were Jensen 31,
Molau Evens, who has been the
county central committeeman for somu
time past, aud II. U. Vanausdcln, who
3 lias filled the position of precinct chair
I mati, were giveu a hearty voto of thanks
I for their services rendered.
1 A motion to adjouru was made and
I We are hero U times a year Alex-
I audrr-Dlbbloe Optical Co.
Died of Diphtheria.
Miss Vernu Jensen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James Jensen of this city, aged
8 years, 6 months aud 20 days, died
Thursday at 4 a. m. from tho effects of
diphtheria. She took sick th,e latter pnrt
of last week and Monday the residence
was quarantined. Dr. Francke bad the
case in charge and did all in his power to
save her. Wednesday he gave up all
ipo of her recovery and Dr. Ilardlug of
nrigbaru City was summoned. Ho stated
tliut Dr. Francko had done all that was
possible to be done for her.
Dr. Frunckn was at her bcdsldo when
6 she died.
The homo under quarantine and rcla
Uvea aud friends not allowed to enter,
' made It necessary for the parents to wash
and lay out their lowing daughter, which
was ludeed u hcart-reudering trial.
Mrs. Peter Jensen, grand-mother of
the deceased, cunio here from Mantua as
B soou as she was notified of tho death and,
assisted in dressing tho child for burial.
A number of friends and neighbors
of the .family rendered assistance In
making tho burial clothes. Numerous
and beautiful bouquets of flowers were
sent to tho sesldenco by sympathizing
Thu remains were taken from the resi
dence early yesterday morning by tho
uncles of the deceased and Interred In
ylw city cemetery, the sad feature being
that no scrvsces could be held owing to
tho death belug from a contagious dis
ease. Tho Bympath of tho entire community
goes out to the bereaved parents in this
I their hour of trial.
Last Saturday evening tho Misses Es
aio and Hazel Evans entertained a num
ber of young people at their homo in this
city. A very elaborate luncheon was
served. Sweet peas wero the decora
tlons, which gave a very artistic appear
ance After supper a musical program
was enjoyed until a lato hour. All ex
pressed themselves as having speut a
very pleasant ovcnlnj.
Thoso present were:
Messrs Charlie Welling, Leslie Grover,
David Foulger, Lawrence Smith, Wright
Evans, Howard Evans, tho Misses 8arah
Fowler, Mnhala Garn, Mary Grover,
Grace Harding, Julia M. Strong, Agnes
Austin, Barbara Wanlass, IlBtcl Evans,
Esslo Evans and Mrs. M. I). Evaus.
Three Grls Arrive Thursday.
Boun Thursday mornlug to the wife
of William Holmes a fine daughter
Thu wife of Joe Davis gave birth to a
daughter Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Mathow McMurtrlo arc
rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter
that came to their home Thursday afternoon.
Owing to the whooping-cough nud
diphtheria being prevalent in our midst,
the officers of the Primary association
have decided to discontinue holding
Primary meetings until further notice.
Sybil Roberts, Prcst.
Merchant M. A. Boothe was in Urigham
on business yesterday.
We are hero 8 times a year Alex-andcr-Dlbblce
11. M. Holler, Republican candidate
for County Clerk, was In Garlaud Wed
nesday. Felix Baird of Brlghara City is in
Garlaud soliciting aud collecting for the
II M.B. Telephone Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bcck'camo to this
city Thursday and are visiting relatives
and friends in this vicinity.
Mrs Lucy A. Clark returned Wedues
day eeulug from au extended visit to
her old homo In Farmlugton.
Urccl Rose, of the firm of Grover, Rose
aud Co ,was In Halt Lako aud Farmlugton
on business Wedueday'aud Thursday.
Yesterday B. C, Call of Brlgham, who
is a Republican candidate for tho otflcc
of County Attorney, paid this office a
Mtvi Olive Haws of Elwood, has been
tugngcd as a teacher in the Gurland
public hchools. Her duties begin
Dr. C. R. Murchlsou of the Alexander
-Dlbblce Optieal Co., will bu at the
Clayton Hotel Monday Oct, 15th. All
patleuts are requested to cull. It
Dr. Fraucke went to Brlgham Tuesday
to assist Drs. Rich anil Harding In an
operation for appendicitis, Mrs. Ileuj-
amln Watklns was thu patient aud If.
reported to bu improving.
Lato Wednesday evening the Jury who
has patiently listened to thu evidence .In
the sensational Woodlaud-Sorteu shoot
ingcac for oxer tw weeks, brought In
a verdict of "Not Guilty" after being out
for six hours.
Everything is going ou smoothly at The
Utah Sugar Co.'s factory In this city.
An advance In wages of 1o an hour was
made recently and thu wirk is progress
ing very favorably Tho beets are com
ing in In good shape and close to 800 tous
of beets aro being sliced dally.
Woundi, Brultea and Burnt.
By applying an antiseptic dressing to
wounds, bruises, burub aud like Injuries
before inflammation sets in, they may bu
hculsd without maturation and In ubout
one-third the time required by thu old
treatment. This is the grcutest discov
ery and triumph of muderu surgery.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on this
same principle. It is an autiseptlo aud
whou applied to such Injuries, causes
them to heal very quickly. It also allays
tho pain ami soreness and prevents nuy
danger of blood poisonlug. Keep a hot.
tie of Pain Balm in your homu aud It
will save you time and money, not to
mention the Inconvenience and Mifferlng
such Injuries entail. For sale by RHer
Bros. Drug Gj.
School has now running, somo boys'and
girl going In few days.
Willie Ottogary his wifo all go to
Elwood to stay. Sugar beets being dig
ging all wuy to Garland to mako Sugar
factory go fast. Nobody sick out here
but will recoves in a few days.
Jim Brown aud Moroui Timlboo and
two moro iujius boys was to Garland on
one day last night coining back.
All story this time.
Deputy Marshal Appointed.
Owing to the services of Marshal Geo.
Hcnrie being required by Tho Utah
Sugar Co. duting the campaign, it was
necessary to nppolnt u deputy marshal
and Geo. F. Bowcu has been chosen to
Mil the position. Mr. Bon en will take
charge of tho "unruly" during his term
and land in jail all tbusu who do no be
have themselves hoputon your "good
behavior" and tool; out for George No. 2.
Don't forget that there are only
two days left in which to register
(October rdth and October 30th)
and remember that the Garland
Globe office i where the vol era
of the Sunset Precinct must regis
ter. J A. Wixom,
Wines aud Liquors for Medicinal pur
poses at Ritcr Bros Drug Store. jO-tf
Party in Honor of
Lawrence B. Smith.
Monday Evening, Mr..and Mrs. O. L.
Winters cutertalnen a number of youug
peoplo in honor of Mr. Lawrence B.
Smith, who will shortly leave for a mis
siou to Europe.
The evening was pleasantly spent with
music aud games A prise was offered
for the guessing gamu aud Miss Sarah
Fowler was the luekcy winner.
Later in the evening delicious refresh
tueuls were served, after which the
guests took their departure leavlug with
thu "honored guest" a hearty wish tor
his success and u safe return home again.
Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Burdett Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. George Grover, the Misses Sarah aud
Ado Fowler, Fern Lewis, .Mary Grover,
Essie and Hazel E ans, Elva Booth, Nina
Winters and Alice Muuus, Messrs.
Luwrence B. Smith, Will Lewis, Leslie
Grover, George Clark, Richard Jurdlue,
David Foulger aud Master Keith Winters.
When making farm loans, call ou
Joseph N. Stohl of Hi If hum City; he
has money to satisfy all. tf
Dr. Green to Ogden.
The following clipping from thu Utah
State Journal w 111 bu of Interest to his
many friends iu thU city:
Licenses to pructteu inidlcine bavu
been Issued to G. W. Oreeu and J. BJ
Johannon of Ogden.
Dr Green, accompanied by his wife,
were in this city Wednesday aud in
cur venation with him no learned that
he has opened au office over thu Wm
Driver und Son Drug Store In that city.
Dr. and Mrs. Green will rusldu in
Ogden In thu future.
They bavu made many frleuds hero
who regret to tee them leave.
Nothing To Ktr.
Mothers uicd have no hesitancy in con
tinuing to givu Clmmhui Iain's Cough
Remedy to their llttlu ones, as it contains
absolutely nothing Injurious. This rem
edy is not only perfectly safe to give
small children, hut is a medicine of great
worth aud merit. It has u world wide
reputatldu for its cures of coughs, colds
aud croup and cau nlwiiya bu relied up
on. For sulu by Rlter Bros Drug Co.
I a- J cjoslI wm Cosil i ot,"' ! I
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I TRADING I I TRADING J
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I boothe'sJ OOSLI IS SCARCE! I HOOTiiiro, .;;.'
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( CLOTHING, SHOES, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS and WRAPS ... H
But we have H
( that are CHEAP enough to BURN and they come in the Bust Makes and Styles H
f Arm mi How about your Fall Suit? Call in and we will show you how ( ' H
DOyS Friends' Made Clothing Make Friends -Z, I
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Our Ladies' and Children's Line of Coats and Skirts, Furs and Waists is by far the , H
swellest ever shown in Garland. Call and look them over before buying elsewhere. we can -i H
save you money on every purchase. Yours to please, . H
Boothe Mer. . Produce Co.. I
wmsui: you oi;t the iiit , - M
Bosh in Boxelder.
It is a pleasure to note that the some
what reverend A. T. Rankin of Box
Elder has wriggled to the surface for his
biennial pat on the head. For twenty
two mouths the same Reverend Rankin
dubs about in the oblivion of professional
occupation, whero his lack of talents
prevents his attracting any attention,
and then for about sixty days he lives in
thu glare of the political footlights, whero
his kouI can sense the Jubilant uplift of
the becr-ladeu censers of a hridagc of
The somcwliat reverend Rankin live
In thu fair city of Brlgham, ulthough the
town is in un wisu to blame for that.
And as a resident of Brlgham he at
tended and largely composed thu -Amcrl-kearns
convention which disported Itself
Oct. 0. When the campaign is over the
somewhat reverend Rankin will go back
to a better occupation, the attempt to
savo the souls ho has been helping to
dam through thu hurly-burly of autumn,
C J. Campbell,
Garland ..... Utah.
G. S. Mowry,
PaiaUog and Paper-Hanging.
AND GENERAL REPAIRING
Neatly and Promptly Done.
P. A. Nordquist Shop
Just South of the Globe Omcc.
CSrWe Guarautec Satisfaction..
and will carry the clothes which
rck of the stench of sin, aud bear thu
borrowed perfume his brothel compan
ions have brought from their depart
ment of thu Tom Kearns followiug.
"the wicked stench of the harlot's room,"
as happy old John Antrobus states thu
Assisting the somewhat revcrncd Ran
kin was one B. It. Jones, a'loglelim of
the Amcrlkearns stripe. Joues won the
position of state committcman for tho
Kearns party, und so has au iullucnco in
thu state commensurate- -with his Im
portance as a man.
It may bo cruel, but it is fair, to call to
the attention of1 thu said Joues a samplo
of his own logic. In the course of thu
speech which won him tho place uf com
mitteeman ho Bald: "The church bus hud
Its steerlug committee dlctatlug thu laws
which should be enacted." And a little
farther along: "On tho twenty-sixth of
last September every Mormon was begged
to voto us 11 unit-begged to voto as Sena
tor Smoot desired." ' '
Aside from thu absolute falsehood of
both statements, let its remlud the said- ' " H
Jones that people who can dictate do not -r-H
haw to beg. If they beg, they do not H
dictate. When they beg, they are not to H
be feared. H
One way or the other the said Jones is H
a liar; and it doesn't make much dllTer- H
eneo hlcb statement he confesses is a H
lie. Neither is true. 4U
And, least the said Jones should think jH
he gets oil easy by having only two of
his lies nulled, let us direct his vngraut I jH
attention to ono more, in tho course of a I H
scveu-mlnuto talk. Ho said: "Thuhcnatc, VH
committee ou privileges nud elections has H
decided that a uuion of church and stato H
exists iu tho statu of Utah." M
That isn't true. But It is typical. M
We submit to thegood peuplu'of Brig-
ham that they can not be much benefited H
by the leadership of meu of that type. H
Church (llctatlon lu politics is to bu do- M
precuted whether by the Mormons, or
by tho somewhat reverend Rauklu, B
Aud llurs arc daugerous guides al- M
ways. Intur-Mountaln Republican. M
JUST ARRIVED , I
JUST ARRIVED I
A Line of Children's, Ladies' and Gents' Shoes, Hats, Druss H
Goods, Underwear, etc. Our stock is now complete with new H
goods arriving daily. H
Yes, we have them all fresh stock, at prices that can't be heat. Wt
that we are closing out our entire line of clothincjggrAT COST K:
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Call and see goods and get prices The place where your . vi
dollar yvi'l go- the farthest. alrcf
IVIereantile Co., i
WM. PRESTON, Manager. .
IStlN I O MIN L DvJY O 30110 Can be had at the LOWEST PRICES and I UF rklllPn rrVtlArVIW
1 In BEST VALUES at m HE UULUCK OrlPAiNY, v
TNEW FALL LINES, SNAl'PY STYLES AND HIGHEST QUALITY IS WHAT WE HAVE. WK ARE YOURS FOR HONEST GOODSg