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THE GARLAND GLOBE.
H. The Garland Globe
H Published Every Saturday at
H OARLAND UTAH.
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B February 17, 180G, at the postoffleo at
M Oarland, Utah, under tho Act ot Con-
H ikii of March 3, 1879.
M t. A. Wlxom .... Editor and Minagr
H Saturday, Oct. so, 1906
H American Column.
H Edited hy Tho Amcrlcnn Party.
H NOTtOK There will bo hu American
Mmi Convontlou and a Rally at Rrlgham
H City Saturday, Octobor 20th, 1006. The
B Convention will bo held 11 1 the Opera
B House at 10 o'clock a. m., and the Unity
BBfl in tho evening at the same place. The
BBl baud will bo in attendance, the Amor-
BBl can candidate for Congress, the candl-
BBa, datu for Judge, and Hon. A J Weber and
BBvJ others will deliver addresses. All Amor-
leans are Invited.
BBl Hrcollert that tho American Party baa
BBl not drawn a lino anywhere. It baa been
HBa drawn for us. About the time of tho
H ' dlvhlon on party lines, thu quorum of
H , the twelve adopted a rulo that membera
H ' of tho quorum of tho apostles, presidents
H of seventies, presidents of stakes and
H bishops of wards should stay out 0?
H politics least Jcalonslrs and ill fccliuBs
M l might arise. They were supposed to ilu-
M vote all their time to the church; they
H . were supposid to pouroll on the troubled
H waters; they wore salaried officials of the
fl ; church; held titer oQlces at thu pleasure
M j of their auperlors and 110 member of the
) church was permitted to And fault with
i them. It vasn't tho American Party
B ! tbat mado the rule. Then three mouths
H audtwo daya after statehood, tho rulo
M ' was changed ho aa to permit them to
M i enter politics provided they took "couu-
m 1 acl" and weru duly authorised to do o.
B j The rulo should be either livid up to
K and all these high officials giveu a chauco
Ty to enter politics or they should stay nut
J4 of politics. The way it Is now, the lead-
K era can permit what men they nee lit to
'f, servo thu state and they can absolutely
H preveut a man from serving the statu.
H r The American Party is not striving to
H k exoludo auy pursou from thu cxorclsu of
H p bis political rights. It simply loiists
H '' that tho leaders cannot select tho officers
H ( vrho shall serve tho state. The right be-
r! louga to the people.
H Inasmuch as the leaders of tha church
H have vowed to God, to the people of tbo
H I United States and to the people of Utah
H j tbat they will not Interfere In politics, it
H is the desire of the American Party to
H i help them keep their covenants.
H The covcuauts were In substance that
H tht laws should bo obeyed, tbat there
H should bo uo Interferuuce lu politics or
H business, and that high officlala should
H stay out of politics.
H IJased upon those pioinisca statehood
H came as a gift from forty-four other
H states, tho Uraplc were returned, pro.
m aecutlous ceased and tho era of peace and
M good will dawned.
H The division oa party Hues took place
H about fifteen years ago, and tha boon of
H statehood was granted in 1800. Is that
H giving them time enough to ascertain
H whether or not tho promise will be kept?
1 Vet on Sept. 88, 1000, in Apostlo Smoot's
i official organ It sayss "But there Is the
complaint tbat the Mormon church Inter
fcrss In politics. It Is current history
that the Jlormon church, through the
H i Influcncoof lis first president, did Inter-
H ' frro in the politics of Utah by aiding
H and assisting lu tbo election of Tom
Hj Ktarus. Uo bjlieved it would be best
H for the state to bo represented by a
H gentleman, nnd ho may have been In-
" 1 ' '
H The cow Puro Food and Drug Law
H will mark It on tho label of ovory Cough
H Cure containing Opium, Chloroform, or
H any other stuplfylng or pulsonbus drug,
H But It puses Dr. Sboop's Cough Cure as
M made for 20 years, entirely free. Dr.
Kj , 8hoop (.11 along has bitterly opposed tho
B -' ilia of all opiates or norcotlca. Dr.
H Sboop's Cough Cure is absolutly safe
D even for the youngest babe and It cures,
fl it does not simply supprets, Get a safe
H and reliable Cough Curo, by simply In-
H silting on having Dr. Sboop's. Lot the
H law be your protection. Wo cheerfully
H rtcommend and tell It. All dealers. olO
lluriiced by the known furtuno that
Kearns possessed, and blch ho bad won
In tho state. There may have been other
According to this mlmUslou a gc noral
election is turned into what might be
called a public auction. What do you
think of it? The only thing tbat can be
done now Is for tho people to maintain
their honor; It Is for the pcoplo to main
tain their pledges It has been deter
mined that uo one else, can be relied
upon. CltleiiK, for tbo sake of your
wlfo, for the sake of your children, for
the sako of your state which you lovo so
well vote to keep tho faith aud VOTE
DOWN THE COVENANT UHEAKEIt.
MCN AND WOUKN OF IlOX ELDEK
Couktt When you vote put your mark
up by tbo "American Flag" that ting
represents the e:ocrumcnl that gavo
you your bntncrtinds, tbat government
which is tliti frirc.it aud the grandest iu
the world. Uy your ote you will be
saying to tbat government I am not
guilty of the slu of ingratitude. You
will bo saying to that government I
love my country, I did not make any
false promises to get tho boon of state
hood, I did not maku any false promises
upon which the temples and other church
property was returned and I did not
make auy false promises upon which
amnesty was obtained and tho era of
poaceaud good will dawned.
When the tip of a dog's nose is cold
and moist, that dog Is not sick, A fever
ish dry nose means sickness with a dog.
Aud so with tho human lips. Dry,
cracked and colorlets lips mean feverish
nsn,aud arc as well III appearing. To
have beautiful, pink, velvet-like lips,
apply at hdtlmc a coating of Dr.Shoop's
Grren ISahe. It will soften and heal any
akin ailment. Get a free, trial box, at
our store, and be coiivlueed Large
nickel capped gists Jars, 35 cents. All
dealers. n 10
Contractor! & Builders
Estimate and Material furnished
for all kinds of buildings.
Phono No. 8x Garland, Utah
O. .S L. TIME TABLE
Psawiffer No. 32 ruaangtr No. 31
-SOUTU SOUND- -NOaril BOUNO-
Lv Utiul 7il6 m Lv Brigham 4:10 p m
Lr GarUad J:iO am Lv Corian 620 p m
Lv Tremont S:4S am Lv Tremont : p m
Lv Corlnn INm Lv Garland 55 p m
Ar HrUham 9:40 am Ar Malad 8:30 pm
Connect with Cach ConnacU with Cacha
Vallty train No. 12 lor Valley train No 11 from
Ocdcn and Salt Laic Of den and Salt Laka.
Leaves Ogden 8:ao a. ra,
" Briuhum 9:55 a. m.
' Connne 10:10 a. m.
" Trcmonl.. ..10:52a. m
" Garlund . . , . 1 1 :so a. m.
Arrives at Maldd .... 1 :oo p. m.
Leuve8 Malad 1 :2o p. m.
" Garhnd 3:35 p.m.
" Corinne . . . . 4 :3o p. m.
44 BriKham 4:55 p.m.
Arrives at Ogden 6:25 p. m.
F. F. Gross,
From South "M''
j 7:00 p.m.
Gomg south f :; ;
) 3:10 p. m,
Mails arrive from Penrose and
way at 10:30 a. m.
Mails leave tor Penrose and
way at 11,50 a. m,
Office hours from 8 a. ra. to 6 p. m,
Eva C. Wilcox,
tfttWcrfec for the
aad help your Home Papr
in Building up the Tows
SrSUBSQUUlUi TO-DAT ."
Should Be Exterminated" "Now."
This Weed Has Taken Up Ita Abode
In Many Parts of Our State,
A very obnoxious plant seems to have
gained a foothold In tho soil of various
parts of this state At tho normal school
of tbo University of Utah, tbo classca in
naturo study began this fall with a study
of tbo various weeds tbat infest the
fields, thu dooryards, and also tho
open spates of unreclaimed laud.
When tho division of pigweeds and
ssltwarts was reached, the prufesior
asked the students to keep a lookout for
a certain weed troublesome lu many parts
of thu country, and known as the Itus
stan thistle, or ttimblcwetd. Tho plant
was described to the students, and pres
ently from various localities specimens of
a suspicious looking but soft and almost
velvety plant were brought in, which
wero pronounced to be the drraded thistle
or tumblewccd of the Russion steppes.
Tha true naturo of this species soon
became manifest. In tbo course of two
weeks the plant began to ripen. Tho
soft, sharp-pointed leaves becomo stiff
and rigid, and the specimeus now bristle
all over with spiny prickles; so that,
while in its earlier stages of growth, tho
plant can readily bo pulled up by thu
roots, at tbo time of maturity, It can
hardly bo seized by the naked band on
account of Its leaves now stiffened Into
veritable spine. This weed Is an illus
tration of an old proverb lu a now form
destroy the evil in Its iuclpleiicy and the
task U gb: enough; but let it fully de
velop, and its eradicatlou is difficult or
Tho situation Is now before tho farm
ers of Utah and thu land owners every
where. This plant It attaining a foot
bold in Utah, and it should bu relent
lessly eradicated. Prof. Paul, director
of tho nature work at thu university,
says tbat tho plaut has been in Utah only
a few years, the first specimen, appar
ently, tbat was noticed by anyone here
having been found by Dr. Orson Howard
curator of the university museum, about
three years ago. At that time , the doctor
found ono of tbo plants in the vicinity
ot Fort Douglas, Hopes wore then
entertained that the weed would not find
our soli and climate congenial to Its
spread and development. But tbo result
Is otherwise; for today tho plant is re
ported at many places, especially along
the railroad tracks. Principal McKnlgbt
has observed it in southern Utah; Prof.
Paul baa found it In Idaho; and students
bring dally to tbc naturo class branches
of it from various parts of thu east bench
In this city. Thu plant appears to be
spreading rapidly, and requires tbo care
ful work of all thosu who disco vor it,
to rid tho soil of a pust that uuuo estab
lished usurps thu laud and uvub dispos
sesses tbo' owners of thu soil.
It was probably lu 1673 that the weed
first appeared lu this country. At tbat
time a colony of iromlgrauts camo over
from southern Russia aud located in
South Dakota. Thoy brought with
tbem a small quaiitity of flax seed, and
sowed it la thu soil of their now borne.
When it camo up, it was somewhat mixed
with a sleuder. reddish weed familiar
enough to the peasants, who did not,
however, taku tho trouble to destroy
these weeds. Perhaps they did not
know tbat in thoir old home in Russia,
this weed had long been known as one
of tbo most uoxious of vegetable pests,
and tbat extensive areas of land about
thu Uasplau sua had been abandoned by
farmers because this wted had literally
driven them out. At any rate, all eyes
were blind to tbo menace implied In tho
appearancu of this vegetable worrlor,
and ita plants weru permitted to go to
seed. In a few years it bad extended be
yond tbo tiouth Dakota bills and bad
reached ibo plains. Here ita destructive
7 1 . T
An Awful Gout b O urod.
"Two years ago our llttlo girl had a
touch of pneumonia, which loft her with
ati awful cough. She had spells of
coughing, just like ono with thu whoop
lug cough and somu thought sho would
not get well stall. Wo got a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which
acted like a charm. Sho stopped cough
ing aud got stout and fat," writes Mrs.
Ora Huasard, Drubakor, 111. This reme
dy la for sale by Rltor llroa. Drug Co.
earner began. Llko savages on tbc war
path, these weeds were driven before tho
wind, until) lu a few years thoy had
spread into North Dakota, Iowa and
Nebraska. During the next few years
tho plant Invaded Minnesota, Wisconsin
Illinois, Ohio and Colorado, and has
recently engaged the serious attention of
tho legislatures of various states in vain
ITorts to get rid of it. Now tbat it has
taken hold In Utah, there Is only one
safo and rational thing to do to kill It
out and to "do It now."
Tho weed roscmbles our own busby
tumblcwccds, but has smaller and more
acute leaves and stems a llttlo longer,
thinner and mora arched inwards than
in our species. The Russian thlstlo be
gins to grow as a slmplo and liioffcnsivo
phut witb slender and succulent leaves
and branches. As the plant grows older
the branches spread out and tho leaves
harden into spines. Tho full growu
specimens may reach a diameter of Ave
feot, and most of the dry bushes are
somewhat spherical In outline. The
dried plant is readily broken off from
tbo root and then rolls before ovory wind,
scattering its seed as it travels. A large
plant Is said to contain 200,000 seeds,
and tbc plants grow so rapidly as to ex
clude practically all otbo forms of vege
tation. Descrat News, Oct. 11.
Torments of Tetter and Edema Allayed.
Tho lntcnso itching characteristic of
eczema, tetter and llko akin diseases is
Instantly allayed by applying Chambor
Iain's Salvo and many severe cases have
been permanently cured by its uso. For
nalo by RIter Bros. Drug Co.
Chairman of Board Jobn T. Lani
1H. C. Vanauadaba
T. B. Sacrist
T. H. Edwards
Clerk R. L. Busk
Marshal George Henri
Juatlca of Peace H O Vanausdeln
OAMD OV KCAX.TK
T.H. BUwards Jobs Lent
GeTeraor Jobn C Ontlet
Secretary Charles B Tlngey
Atty. General M A Brtddon
Auditor J A Edwards
Treasurer Jaanee Christiansen
Bupt. of Publie laitrnotlon
8Uta Senator 1st District Peter Olsgg
Bepreeeatatlva F W Flshtmra
Jdge First Judloial District
W W Maugha
District Attorney Fred J Holloa
Ckalrsoaa County Commissioners
A W Valeatla
OoamaaiiafafieT, Iowa Strlag
X H, Jonas
Conaty Clerk , JiValentlue
Proeeentlag Attorney O B Foxley
Treaeuref 8 5 Cole
Sheriff Joseph Joaephaoa
Hacorder Ohrktlaa Hadaen
Assessor KUai Jeaaea
Oouaty Baperlnteadeai of School
Surveyor, Deweyvin J K Holdawmy
Flak Gaane Wardoa Kites Jensen Jr
Oounty Pkysklaa Dr. It A. Pears
Water Commissioner N P Andersen
COUKTT BOARD OF HEALTH.
A W YalentUe CkaJrmaa
U B Hart and X H(Joae, aaeabers of
rwaaati Ja Ceeetefctai
Me-haa Aedrew ru rlea Seal
oaaat p X Porta T Seerlat
jyeiaaa IWalu J i Uanteaeeery
rtarBualfe BRane MjTriah
Keneateir G Utmm Ctirlre Oarf
Terreaa O w Paraoas J Baaaaa
RjkVanS LvffHtreekl WlWkluW
bnMM&mk UPaaket JWCook
fimreUa J A Otpaoar JwHUAaU
HOeek Qoi Wells
PT O Toon Itmaa Wlh
KCJimmm Hana Cellar
W W Laalay B Hanaaxe
0 J Dewey D B Marble
OBTwitohetl i KBUndln
B K HadW Jamas CoU
AL Bolmjrrae H T Tkaneea
Frank Walker Sewer Wo7
ftwaUMrs MiU WaU
pftewrUe CWfebUa AJLFetarM.
Staalla KUrrUal Cterlas .
Wound. Druleea anl Iluma.
By applying au auttscptlc dreaslng to
wounds, bruises, burns and like injuries
before iutlammatloii sets in, tbey may bo
healvd without mnturatiou and In about
ono-thlrd tho time required, by the old
treatment. This Is the greatest discov
ery and, triumph of modern surgsry.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm acta on this
samo priuclplc. It Is an antiseptic and
when applied to such Injuries, f causes
them to heal very quickly. It also allays
thu pain and soreness aud preveuts any
danger of blood polsouing. Keep a bot.
tlo of Pain Balm lu your homo and It
will savo you time and money, not to
meutlon thu iucouvonieuco and suffering
such injuries cutall. For sale by lUter
JJroi. Drug Ou.
Real Estate, Loans I
a Insunrace. 1
Will sell your land, will buy you a home, will insure your property, I
will loan you money.
If you want to buy or sell , call on or address '
H. C. Vanausdeln, or C. J. Campbell, I
GARLAND, - UTAH. I
New Fall oods jjjjjj I
A New Fall Line of Up-to-Date Ladies' Pumish- I
Suita, Hats, Coats and Millinery Goods jnflS Jjrerw I
just opened up Dress Goods 5 I
Call and examine the goods and get first choice NotiOf1S I
Prices Reasonable I
fl. Murie, ""SSXSSr.
The sign ot the THE NEW g
Bifl ClOCk Palace Barber Shop
is where you find A. B HAIUU8 PR0P.
JY a rf.,; Shaving, Hair-cutting, Shampooing and
e' W e LCWIS, Massaging
. , - , . Sanitary Rules Strictly Observed.
Practical Watch-maker and gen- . .... , n .,
eral repairer. 8tC8m Utttb la Connoc"0"-
Agent for White Swan Laundry.
Boothe Block Next to Club Saloon Garland, Utah
Garland Utah. mmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
PRINTING SsMer RatAWMt
' ' Het Door East of Boothe't
Mrs. Are Saaser,
BOMimr" QUXLITT Regular Meals and Lurichea ar rServed,
Th Beat Place In Tbe City.
GIVE VS A TRIAL ORDER u
Oarlaad UUa. f
AJ FIFE W CLARK'
The Garland Livery
FIFE & CLARK, Props.
Urtry, Feed .tad Sale Stable. Up-to-Date Riggs at all Hour-
M.A Mule. Bought.. BoU I " j.
Hack Meeu all Train at Deweyrin ui '
OBOXOX WIKXS, LIQUORS AKD OTQARS.
MOL AW D Bm,TARDB. -
Rear the Kleotrle Ptaae ta all aha blest sebxilow.
A. B. MAN ASA, .. .. Prop.
""Bank of Garland
W W RltT, prtdnt, w w R,Ur ThomM R
Thomaa R Cutler. Tlc.-preH, : '"i a"BTD 0 T.i0,!
r ; ; John R Cutler, Horace Q WhU
O. J, Campboll, cashUx. ) J. t7 D LewU, Mostaa Svaaa
and Waltsr P Eatoa.
Transacts general banVtng business. Exchange drawn o th
principal cities of the United State and Europe.
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Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Room in Connection