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I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY
I Vol.1. No. $3 Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 1 0, 1900 H
A sweeping Republican victory Is the
result of the election Tuesday and this
city und county arc right la lino with the
state nud nation.
The enthusiasm manifested by our
citizen In this election was far below
tho usual interest that has pervailcd lu
the past. Out of 293 registered voters,
but 189 voted. 70 straight Republican,
12 straight Democratic, 4 Socialist, 4
American uud 43 scratch tickets it the
result of the ballots cast in this city.
For the Amendment to Sec. 2, Article
1U, of the Constitution, 52 votes were
cast In Its favor aud 6 against it. For
the Amendments to Sec. 3 and 12, Arti
cle 13, of tho Constitution, 59 voted for
its adoption and 7 were opposed to it.
liox Elder county goes Republican,
put a Democrat elected. The American
party polled about 290 votes lu the
Cue lonely Democrat crept Into tho
lower bousu of the Utah legislature. ,He
v a J F. Tolton of Ueavcr, and ho Is tho
'only Democrat who will sit lu tho next
legislature. Howell will have a plurality
In the state of abont 12,000. Republi
can victories lu the t'ounty ofdees arc also
reported In practically every county of
tho state There will bo one less Demo
crat In the senate than there is in tho
lioiiro, returns from the twelve senator,
iil diitrlcts showing that all tho now
plllccrsarc Republicans, which, added to
the Republican holdovers, gives the up
per house a decided Rcpubllcon color.
.Tudgea to judge tho election here were
quite bard to secure and hold. The
county clerk first appointed V. R. Van
fleet, James Jeusen and Ursel Rose. Mr.
Jtosc resigned in favor of A. I. Grover
ml later W. It. Vanflect was summoned
to the bedside of his dyiug child aud A.
U. Mauasa appointed. In the evening
A. B. Mauasa was called away and II. C
... Vanauiuleln assisted lu tallying the vntea
f A. H. Mauasa took tho returns to Brig
M -ham early Wednesday morning. Entire
W satisfaction was given by theso numerous
9 and efllclcnt judges.
I Wedding Bells.
Miss Annlo Edna Carter, daughter of
Mr. aud Mrs. J U. Carter who reside in
the eastern part of this city, and Mr.
m i Samuel Klbart of Tremout, were united
9 in marriage at the homo of the bride's
parents, Wednesday eveuiog, Rev, Gill
W pin of Corlnno performing the ceremony
9j 'The bride Is an accomplished and
U popular young lady of our town and Mr.
B Nlhart Is a promising young man of tho
9 city on the south. Iloth liavo a host of
S frlrnds. They left Thursday evening
for Portland, Oregon, to spend a few
K We extend congratulations and best
X When making farm loans, call on
jB Joseph N. Stohl of lirlghum City; ho
m 1 bM money to (satisfy all. tf
I Wines and Liquors for Medicinal pur.
V poses at Rlter Hros Drug Storo, jO-tf
I We pay 30 cents for butter. Rootho
jfl Mercantile &, Produce Co. tf
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GOOD MAN SUMMONED.
Died in This City Monday Evening at
the Home of His Daughter, Mrs.
F. D. Welling.
Bishop Jacob 31. Roerist, a most high
ly respected resident of Farmlngton,
Davis County, Utah, died at the home of
his daughter, Mrs. F. D. Wclllug of this
city, Monday evening from the effects of
injuries received iu the recent storm that
swept over Farmlngton. Ho, to all np
pcaranccs, had entirely recovered and
feeling Interested in bis daughter, who
has been very low for several weeks,
came here to visit her. Monday nfter
noon ho complaiued of a pain over his
heart which was followed by a vomiting
spell that seemed to give relief. Later
he reclined on a cot and soon began
coughing. His son T. E. Secrist ( amo to
his aid and iu a few minutes lip. Secrist
passed away in tho arms of his sou. In
the next room his daughter wits lying at
the point of death aud the (information
was kept from her for fear of a collapse
Tho body was removed at once to the
home of bis son, T. E. Secrist, and word
sent to relatives and friends of his sud
den demise. His features in death pre
sented a very poaceful expression.
In the recent windstorm Mr. Secrist
was plonloned down oy a door from a
falling barn, his nose was broken and
he was rendered unconscious for right
ecn;hours, It is the opinion of the rela
tives that when the door fell upon him
he came In contact with a rock and re
ceived serious injury about tho breast
aud heart. His sudden recovery was
good news to all and it was thought that
he had entirely rcgalucd-bls usual health
Tho sudden departure was a 'severe
blow to his relatives amifriends. Owing
to the condition of his daughter it is
thought host to keep the Information of
bis death from her.
Samuel Taylor of tho Jos. E. Taylor
undertaking establishment of Salt Lake
city, camo np nud embalmed the body
Mr. Secrist has filled tho pot-itlon of
bishop of tho Farmlngton ward for over
twenty-ftvo years and was loved by all
who knew him. He was tho father of a
host of children who nro all highly re
spected. Among tho relatives and friends who
camo to this city to accompany tho re
mains to his home In Farmlngton for
burial, were: Mrs. J. M. HecrlU aud
daughter Ethul, Second Counsellor J. D.
Wood, Charles Secrist, Hyrum becrist of
Loguu, brother of the deceased, Jacob
Parker of Hooper uephow of tho deceas
ed, Amasa L Clark, cashier of tho
Davis county Bank, Ezra F Richards,
Geo. Bourne, brother of Mrs, Secrist.
A funeral procession formed at the
homo of T, E. Secrist early Wednesday
morning and accompanied the remains
to tho O. S. L. depot wheru they wcru
shipped to Farmlngton,
Mr. aud Mrs. T. E. Secrist and family
and Willie Potter, son of .Mrs, Percllla
Secrist, also w out to Farmlngton with tho
The funeral services were held at
Farmlngton yesterday afternoon, a u ac
count of which will bo published in next
week's issuo A host of relatives and
friends of tho deceased from this city
wont to Farmlngton to attend the
We pay 27 oeuts for eggs, Bootho
Mercantile & Produco Co. tf
Found Ladles' purse containing in
cents, spool of thread, etc. Owner can
get samn by calling and paying for this
I notice. It
A Hallow'een Party.
The Misses Elva Bootbe, Nora Boot he,
and Lenora Romer were hostesses of a
very pleasant Hallow Ven party Oct.
31st fjlvcn lu honor of Miss Ivn Parkin
son. The invitations, In form and color like
a pumpkin, rend:
The Jack-O-Lanlern throws its light,
At 7:30 on Wednesday night,
At Boothe's you're invited to meet,
In your pillow case and sheet.
Don't fail to romo
Or you'll miss tho fun.
Aside from this general verse were
This Hallow'een party Is In the form
of a surprise,
Please keep tho imformation from
Miss Parkinson's cars and eyes.
Promptly at 7:80 when tho Jack-O-Lanterns
were smiling, the "ghosts" be
gan to gather nt Boothe's where they
wcro entertained witli music, instru
mental and vocal, until alt wcro ready to
adjourn to Kings,
From nil appearances, one would cer
tainly have thought that Miss Parkinson
was entering a grave yard when she first
nuw the ghosts hovering over tho Jack
The evening was spent most enjoy ably.
Before unmasking, such games as
"Dream in the Grave Yard" etc, and
ghost stories were indulged in. One
special feature of the oveniug was tbc
apple fortunes. Each apple contained a
slip of paper which bore the fortune and
a request to preform some part on the
program. The fart that no refusals wcro
to be, made it all the merrier.
After refreshments, came more games
and music until the party, full of fun,
dispersed at a late hour.
Another Hallow'een Party.
A Hallow'een party was given by Miss
Mary Grover and Leslie Grovor at their
homo iu this rlty Hallow'een night.
The house was tastefully decorated for
tho occasion with corn stocks, pumpkins
and Jack.O-LauteriM, iu tho glimmer of
which the guests were received by the
ghost of tho jvonlng. A nod or a wink
from tho ghost would start each of the
guests assembhd lu the recital of some
ghost story which would make all seek
the corners of tho room to evade the wlnka
of the ghost.
Wright Evans carried off tho flrht
prUti, D. B. Knulgir the second aud
Hazel Evaus tho third for the best
At tho luncheon scrv ed each young
man was given two plates of lunch and
bid to find the lady of lilt choice among
tho guests scaUd around tho room.
A game of Fulry Air Ships, which de
cided the fate LCinenilng marriage was
Indulged in ami enjoyed very much by
all preseut. Among tho guests prisent
Tho Missis Essio and Hazel Evans,
nrah and Ada Fowkr, Thorburn Murle,
Fern Lewis, Clara Clark, Mary aud Allco
Grover, Messrs David Foulgor, Howard
Evaus, Will Lewis, Judo Burns, Mr.
Phelps, Mr. Bett, Leslie Grover, Mr. and
Mrs. Wright Evans, Mr. aud Mrs. ( Geo
F. Grover, Mr. nud Mrs. W. L. Grover
and Mrs. Luey A Clark
Hallow'een night the "Ghosts" fright
ened our worthy martial Geo Honrle,
and also made tho hair stick up oil the
head of Diek Edwards. Both theso
geut'emcu aro "brave" fttllovvs, but the
"spooks" rather got the best of them.
II. S, Rice found his cows harnessed
aud saddled for tho day's work early
Hallow'een morulug. Ho laughed at the
joke, but savs the "kids" left the gate
open and his neighbor's animals did
more damage than all tho fuu tho hoys
got out of it.
The kids wore out with tho "Jack-O-Lanterns"
and also carried of a few
gates and did some pranks of tho usual
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( CLOTHING, SHOES, LADIES1 and CHILDREN'S CLOAKS and WRAPS H
But we have H
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DOyS friends' Made Clothing Make Friend.- I
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 ca - H
save you money on every purchase. Yours to please, H
Boothe Mer. SL Produce Co.. I
WHERE YOU OKT THE BEST M
Special to the Garland Globes
Kansas City Stock Yards, Oct, 90,
1008 The cattle supply came In Irregu
larly last week, account of the storm first
of the week. On Friday there was up
wards of 100 car loads of New Mcxlcos
here, and all through the week the pro
portion of range cattlo was heavy. The
total supply was 15,000 bead abort of
corresponding week last year, because
of the Inability of railroads to furnish
cars. Thoy have been driven to make
extraordinary efforts to supply them
lately, and today tho run of cattlo Is 21,
000 head, a liberal run for the season.
The market Is holding up good, thank
to tho roodkrato receipts, and were It not
that cattle shrink so much where cars
are delayed, net returns would bo hcav-'
lest under present conditions. The mar
ket is steady today, cows holding the
gain of 10 to 15 cents secured last week,
other grades not much changed from a
week ago. Calf run has been extra heavy
all month, and heavy weights arc natur
ally lower than a few weeks ago, ranging
from 12.75 to 4.10, light veals around
(6.00 Choice New Mexico stokers sell at
3.75 to $4.10, bulk of range stoekors
3.00 to t3.75, Colorado and western
killing steers 18.40 to 94.50, cows 12.60
to 8.25. Panhandle and New Mexico
cows and heifers t2,40 to 14.10, bulls 3.
15 to 2 50.
The sheep supply is falling off account
of tho near approach of end of tho range
soutou. Lambs are 10 to 20 cents above
a week ago, sheep strong, especially kilt
ing ewes. Run Is 5000 today, market
strong. Utah lambs at 17.40, lighter
lambs 17.00 to 17.25, yearlings up to
5.75, a few New Mexico yearlings lately
at.6.00, ewes $5.00 to 3,1(5, wethers
around tSftH. Feeding stock is generally
common quality, especially ones, which
sell at f t.25 to IS .00, Iambs (0 00 Small
numbers of Natives and fed westerns are
coming, but tho supply will bo small for
J. A. Rickart,
L. B. Correspondent.
Wo pay 80 cents for butter. Bom he
Mercattilu it Produco Co. tf
Bell's New Manager.
G.G.LundbergoftbeR. M, B. Tel.
Co., checked lu E, E. Edwards of Salt
Lako City as tho local manager of
tho company's ofllco lu this city Friday,
November 2nd. Mr. Edwards Is of a
genial disposition and comes highly rec
ommended. Wo pay 27 cents for eggs, Boothn
Mercantile & Produiu Co, tf I
Palace Barber Shop
II. F. MILLER PROP.
Shaving, Hair-cutting, Shampooing and
Sanitary Rules Strictly Observed
Turkish Baths la Connection Will
Perkins In chargo.
Agent for White Swan Laundry.
Next to Club Saloon Garland, Utah
For Dressmaking, Plain Sewing and
Mending, apply to Mrs. W. 11. Evans,
Garland Utah. ol8
AND GENERAL REPAIRING
Neatly and Promptly Done,
P. A. Nordquist Shop
Just South of tho Globo Office.
E3TWV Guarantee Satlsfartlon.JEJ
JOSEPH JKtNSbN H
NOTARY PlBLTC H
Garland Utah. H
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prompt rollel lor Conrtlpotlai. With others. B
cnano all-wheat hread will bar the lame rltecs. B
Katura undoubtedly hai a vegetable reuitxlr to B
relieve evernllment known to man, it plmlctati
canbutfinilNaturu'swarto health. And this U HI
strlklnslr true with retard to Constipation. HH1
The bark o( a certain tree in California C. i
ear 8crada offers a most excellent aid to this
and. But, combined with Kirptlan Eenna, Slip-
perr Elm Bark. Solid Extract ol ITunet. etc, this
Same Cktcara bark Is siren Its greatut poulble
power to correct conetlpaUon. A toothiom
tfcndr Tablot. called Lax-eta. Ii now made at the
Pr. Shoop Laboratories, from this Intvnuoos and 1
most effective preterlptlon. lu effect on CoiuU.
cation. lUllouineii. Bour Stomach. Dad breath, 1
ballow Complexion, eta. Is Indued prompt and HHl
No t rlplnt. no unpleasant after effects are ex.
Txrlrnccd, and Lnx-ut are put up In bcaaUful 1
lithographed metal boxes at 6 cent and 24 cent
For something new, nlc. economical and HH1
affective, try a box ot
All kinds of Beer on ice at Ritcr Bros H
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