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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
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Vol. I. No. 35. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Oct. 20, I90ti H
Will You Vote?
Both Are Strong Ones.
The Democrats Name a Garland Man
and Their Ticket Is Well DUtrib
utcd Throughout the County. The
Republican Ticket Is Also Well
Apportioned, hut Garland was
Disappointed In Falling to Secure
the County Supt. of Schools. The
Amricao Party Convention Is Be-
. log Held at lirigha in To-day.
J At the Democratic county convention
held in Urlgham City Slouday, Oct 15 th,
tho slate, ticket was put through. There
w as a fairly good delegation at the con
vention, eighty dulcgatcs attending.
Allen Roach was named temporary chair,
man, and Sam Iloltou, Bccrctary. The
following ticket was put in the fllcld:
Representative Wyuu L. Eddy, of
Clerk Fred Peterson, of Bear River
Recorder llyrum Standing, of Brig
Attorney R. H. Jones, of Urlgham
Treasurer Miss Olive Haws, of El
Assefsor William Lowe, of WHlard
Sheriff Orson Lovuland, of Dowcyvllle.
Superintendent of School Jcsso W.
Hoopes, of Urlgham City.
purveyor David Lartou, of Garland.
Commissioner (4-year term) J. P.
ChrUtenseu.of Drigham City.
Oommi.Monor (2-ycar term) Alleu
Roach, of ThHlchrr.
The Republicans of Bos Elder county
at their convention held In Brigbam Sat.
Oct 13th, uominated an exceptionally
Mrong ticket nnd harmony was the pro
t;rui throughout, with the exception of
a strenuous fight on tho clerkship. II,
M.IIollcrof Trvmpnt and N. J. Valen
tino of Urlgham City were the opponents
In this race, the hitter winning out. The
convention was held at the opera houso,
and was well attended. E. It, Shcrmou
of Tremout was chairman, and John Zuu
, dlu of Willard, secretary.
Because of tho past attitude of the
paper, the Box Elder Report was read
out of the Republican party. B. II. Jones,
its editor, is said to be uu Amcrlkearnv
fferty mau uud for that reason, and the
gt ueral itollcy of the pupor, which played
favorites before tliu convention, tho del.
f. cgatcs took a tall dislike to tbu sheet.
A strong plank was inserted in the
platform, showing the attitude of the
Republicans of Uox Elder on tho con
kolldatlon of the Agricultural collago
aud tho University of Utah. The plauk
is as followsi
"Wo declare ourselves opposed to tbo
unlou of tbo Agricultural college and the
University of Utah; we favor, however,
a better adjustment of btudics that they
Nothing To Four.
, Mothers need have no hesitancy In con-
' tluulng to (jlvo Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to their little oues, as It contains
absolutely uotblug iujurlous. This rem
j ody h not ouly perfectly safe to give
small ohlldreu, but Is a medlcluu of great
I ' worth and merit. It has a world wido
: , ri'putatlou for its cures of coughs, colds
' arid croup and can alwaya bo relied up.
ou) For salo by RIter Bros Drug Co.
This olllcu has been made a collection
agency for the medical work entitled
i MEDICOLOUY. Those who havo con
traded for tho book should make theii
egular paymuuts hero aud get their receipts
may not be dup'icatcd unnecessarily."
Tho ticket is as follows:
Representative Willard Ilanscn, of
Commissioner (4-year term) A. W.
Valentine, of Urlgham City.
Commissioner (2-ycar term) D. E.
Adams, of Point Lookout.
Sheriff Joseph Joscphon, Plymoth.
Assessor Ellas Jensen, of Urlgham
Clerk N J Valentine, of Urlgham City.
Recorder Christina Mndson, of Wil
lard. Treasurer S. M. Coin, of Corrlnc.
Attorney U C. Call, of Urlgham City.
Superintendent of school A. E. Jeu
sen, of Mantua.
Surveyor Mclvln Ncbekcr, of Willard.
Don't forget that there is ONLY
Onk day left in which to register
tSHTuesday, October 30th, jgj
and remember that the Gdilund
Globe office is where the voters
of the Sunset Precinct must regis
ter. J. A. Wixom,
Burned With Carbolic Acid
Edna, the littlti daughter of .Mr and
Mrs Will Clayton of the Clajtoti House,
wasbuverly burned last Sunday with
carbolic acid. In one of tho rooms waH
a stand, the bottom shelf being filled
who bottles. Thu child went to tho stand
and took out thu bottlus aud onu of them
was filled with carbolic acid. She
poured the acid all over her lktlo body
and It burned her sovcrly. Mrs Clayton
took tho child to tho drug store at oucc
aud secured a preparation tosootb thu
pain. Dr Francke being, away Dr Dunn
of Tremout was summoned who soon
relieved the child's sufferings. Shu I
Section Foreman Hurt.
Sunday morning Bcetlou Foromau J.
W. Hancock was quite badluy bruised
In a fall from tho hand -car that has con
fined him to his bed most ot this week
Ho and tho men started out for the day V
work with a numbor of large tools ou the
car. One of ihc tools (.lipped into the
workings of the car aud brought it to a
sudden standstill. Mr. Hancock was
thrown forcibly on the track und sua
talced somo very severe briises. At last
reports he was Improving.
Tho Greeks escaped Injury.
Card of Thanks.
Wo doslre to express thauks to all
those who so kindly assisted us in any
way during the Illness, death aud burial
of our loving daughter, also for tho floral
offerings presented ond tho expressions
of sympathy extended.
Mr and Mrs. James Jcnseu.
Owing to the whooping-cough aud
diphtheria being prevalent In our uilcUt,
tho officers of tho Primary association
have decided to discontinue holding
Primary meetings uutll further notice.
Sybil Roberts, Prest,
For Dressmaklug, Plalu Sowlug und
Mending, apply to Mrs. W. II. Evaus,
Garlaud Utah. olU
For 8.vlk--4 uoom house, ci.oskt and
pantiiy. Inquire or Cj-auknci: Hays,
Oakland Utau. 2r
Prevention, as thu name implies,
prevent all Colds aud Grippe when
"taken at the suceiu stage." Prevuntfcs
arc toothsome candy trhlets, Pruveutlcs
dlsslpato all colds quickly, nnd taken
early, when you first feel that a cold Is
coming, they check and prevent them,
Pmvontlcs uro thoroughly safe for chll
drcn, and as effectual for adults. Sold
aud recommuuded In 5 cent and 25 cent
boxes by all doalers. 11 10
A. B. Manasa Buys
The Pcatl Saloon.
Monday J. II. and J. F. Stephens, pro.
prictorsof tho Pearl Saloon, who havo
successfully conducted the liquor traflc
in this city for somo time past, disposed
of their business to A. U. Manasa who is
now the proprietor.
The Stephens Brothers have purchased
a one-half Interest in tho White Elephant
Saloou ot Ogden and left town Thursday
to take chargoof their new business ven
ture In that city. Thuy havo mado mauy
friends here by their courteous treatment
aud buiiuess-llku methods that have
crowned their efforts with success,
A. U Mauasa, tho new owner aud
properltor, Is a well known and highly
respected resident of this city. Ho is
also thu proprietor of tho Garland Cement
Factory and has successfully operated
Nephi Stephens, an expert at tho busi
ness, will be retalued ls bar-tender.
Racine, the 17-mouths' old baby boy
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Orgilo, died
Wednesday afternoon of Inflamation of
thu bowel. The funeral services were
he (1 at thu ward hall yesterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock. Thu family Is In destitute
circumstances and a subscription list Is
beiug circulated tu rai.se funds to defray
the funeral expenses.
Mr. Orgile wcut to Ogden or Salt Lake
a few days ngn to secure employment
aud up to the h ur of going to press he
could not bo located.
Special to the Garlaud Globus
Kansas City Stock Yards, Oct, 8, 1000.
Cattle receipts wero lighter last week
than they havo beeu running, 60,000
head, including 10,000 calves. Offerings
from the psnhandlo hihI New Mexico
wero numerous, but Colorado and other
western slates wero lightly represented.
The market was stronger all week, bales
men securing advances of 10 to 25 cents
on about everything. Tho supply to-day
is liberal at 27,000 head, including I) ,000
calves, and the cattle ou exhibition at tho
American Royal Show uro also embraced
in this total. Tho market averages
steady to day stoukers and feeders strong
er, cows aud heifers shade easier.
Colorado killing steers are soiling at M.10
nothing hem to fully test the market,
cows at 2.C0 to 3.U0, blockers U 00 to
13.85, New Mexico blockers f .70 to 13.10,
a string of Arizona killing steers at 3.35
aud 8.25, a shipment of Nevada cows at
12.80 to (3.10, Puuhandlc cows $2.35 to
3 00, blockers 2.00 to !U5, feeders
13.00 to 3 00, bulls and ennners 11.75 to
t2.30, killing steers 3.35 to 13.75. Pros
pects favor a heavy run this week, and a
steady market. Cattle from Kansas und
Oklahoma arc short this fall, us largo
numbers uic going directly Into feed lots.
Sheep supply is heavy, -15,000 last
week, 17,000 heru to duy, market firm all
last week, sternly to 10 lower to-day. A
number of shipments of lambs sold at
17.00 to-day , which is top price, wethers
tip to 5.25, yearlings t5.00, owes 5,00.
Hulk of thu ruu to day Is Utah and other
western feeders, buyers numerous, prices
a little lower thau they huvo been ruu
uing, feeding lambs (' 75 to 1 0.25, weth
ers, yearlings and breeding uwus at fl.OO
to 15.30, Thu movement from tho west
appears to liu about u month later than
usual this fall, th supply during Sept
embur belug short, aud run so far in
October above the uormol for thu season.
Indications favor coutlnud heavy market
ing fursome week.
L. S. Correspondent,
Think of Dr. Snoop's Catarrh Cure If
your nou and throat discharges If your
breath Is foul or feverish. This snow
whlto soothing balm contains Oil of Eu
calyptus. Thymol, Menthol, oto., incor
porated into an imported, cicumhke,
vulvety petrolatum. It soothes, heals,
purities, conttnls. Call ut our store for
frro trial box, All dealers. 11 10
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( CLOTHING, SHOES, LADIES' and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS and WRAPS H
But we have H
( that are CHEAP enougli to BURN and they come in the Best Makes and Styles H
rj jnu m, How about your Fall Suit? Call in and we will show you how M
DUyS friends' Made Clothing Makeraendi H
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Our Ladies' and Children's Line of Coats and Skirts, Furs and Waists is by far .the H
swelle8t ever shown in Garland. Call and look them over before buying elsewhere we can H
save you money on every purchase. Yours to please, H
Boothe Mer. . Produce Co.. I
WHERE YOU GET THE HKST H
Chairman of Board John T. Lnl
fH. C. Vanauidala
.. . I T. E. 8erU
I.T. H. Edwards
Cleric R. L. BnsK
Treasurer J as Jensen
Marshal George Henrle
Justice of Peace H C Vanaasdcln
HOARD OF IIRALTH
T.H. Edwards John Lant
Dr. J.M. Francke
Governor John C. CutUr
Becrctary Charles 8 Tlngey
Atty. Gcnaral M A Ureddta
Auditor J A Edwards
Treasurer James Christiansen
Bupt. of Public Instruction
A O Nelson
Btate Senator 1st District Peter Clagt;
Representative P W Fishbura
Judge First Judicial District
W W Maunho
District Attorney Fred J Holton
Chairman County Commissioners
A W Valentine
Commissioner, Iowa String
K II Jones
County Clerk N J.Valontlne
Prosecuting Attorney O E Foxley
Treasurer 8 N Cole
Sheriff Joseph Josephsou
Recorder Christina Madsen
Assessor Ellas Jensen
County Superintendent of Schools
A E Jensen
Surveyor, Deweyville 3 N Holdaway
Fish & Gamo Warden Ellas Jensen Ji
County Physician Dr. H A Pearw
Water Commissioner N P Andersen
COUKTY HOARD OF HEALTH.
A W Valentine Chairman
Dr. RAParM Secretary
M U Hart .and Jr7Jonoa, momben of
Prihict Julia: ComtthUf
Drlshua Atutraw Fuah Charlca Cbwl
SunMt O N VorUt T E Stt
Junction nWalUr J E UoaUiomrf
Pbrnoutli X Kan4 K J Nl.h
1'romontorr Can. Hou Chirl.i Ct4
T.rriwj Q V,' fuwnai E J Htutt
Clur CrMk fl E Dkor
trk VUr Dvkl HlrwU W K WhluW
CnxiM Croak Phlt Pukatt J W Cock
Rtrtnida J A Capaoar Ji HadAaU
WillanJ H U Cook Gaa J Walla
Thi-aa MUa T C Youn Almon Wight
Uantus N C Jappaaaa liana Kcllar
CalU Fort W W Laalay E Hunukar
DavoTUU O J D.vtr D B kUrbla
ColUnatoa CETwlu-b.il J RSundlna;
MaUd E K HuJWy Jamra Coi
JJ.r Itlraa At liolmgran U P Tlior..n
riaUlna -rank Walktr Daway Wool
Perus-a D PatUlnMn J W llalfont
Rawllna Thoa Latwa Jlin U Watt
anoKTilla C W Itobbln AL Patcraon
UaniU KUPridaJ Clurlaa tija.ch
Highest cash price paid for onions aud
potatovs. Apply to H J. Trtinnell, Gar
land, Utah, rcprcseutlng Tho Wm. Roy.
lauco Co. o lil
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JUST ARRIVED I
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A Line of Children's, Ladies' and Gents' Shoes, Hats, Drss H
Goods, 'Underwear, etc. Our stock is now complete with new H
goods arriving daily. ,.ai. 44-,i.- H
Yes, we have them all fresh stock, at prices that can't be beat. PHhS
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that we are closing out our entire line of clothinrJ2gTAT COST ffijlj
Call and see goods .tnd get prices The place where your 14 1 )
dollar will go the farthest. , . 4$''
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Wepeantile Co., A
WM. PRESTON, Manager. lj
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vt9tN 10 A IN L) DUY o vUvJUt) can i. had t um lowest I'uioKa .u.d I up 1 QUL GER m OMPANY I
CffiT'NEVV FALL LINES, SNAPPY STYLES AND HIGHEST QUALliY IS WHAT WE HAVE. WE ARE YOURS FOR HONEST GOODSPJ