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4Vol. I. No. 3) Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Nov. 17, I90U H
Banquet and Social.
Thursday avtnlng, under tho auspices
of the Garland Slilltary Dnnd, Indies'
Sulf-Culture Club, Commercial Club and
Banc Ball Tc.m, Mr. and Mm. W. P.
Eaton were tendered a farewell banquet
nd social at the Amusement hall that
proved to be one of tho most pleasant af
fair over given In thU city.
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton leave tho fore part
of next month for Callente, Nevada, and
the affair was given in their honor. Over
one hundred Invitations were Issued and
the hall was well filled with friends of
tno honored guests.
Two tables, extending the entire width
of the ball, were laden with choice deli
cacies and beautifully tlecorated in white
crepe and chrysanthemums. The Ladles'
Self-Culture Club bad cbargo of the
feast and the spread was an elaborate
8:80 was the appointed hour for supper,
built was 10:80 when Master of Cere
monies, Moslah Evans, called on Joseph
Jensen to return thanks.
The Misses Ruby and Hazel Campboll,
Hi. re I and Vera Edwards, Nina Winters,
Ivu Vanfleet and Esma Lewis, all attired
In white caps, served the chocolate and
During supper-time, T o a a t-M aster
JWIah Evani, after a few introductory
remarks, created considerable merriment
in announcing the Impromptu program
which was carried out as follows:
Solo, Mrs. Marie Wing,
Remarks by M. D. Evans, who, in be
hiilf of the Military Band, presented Mrs
Eiitou a handscmu 5-piece silver tea set.
Mrs. Eaton responded in a few fitting
ltemarks by J. F. Featherstone and In
behalf of the Base Ball team presented
Mr. Eaton a tine combination suit case
nd traveling bag. Response from Mr.
Eaton In a few fitting words.
Solo. Miss Essie Evans.
John T, Lant, president of Town
Board, Mrs. W. D. Lewis, Vlco-Prcst. of
tf.adlea1 Self-Culture Club, and Bishop
v. L. Qrover made remarks and paid
Llu'h tributes to tho sterling qualities of
Mr. and Mrs. Eaton expressing regrets to
ace them leave our city.
A trombone snlo by Lesllo Grovcr
was rendered In pleasing style.
In the finale the toast master drifted
into the serious vkin and waxed warm in
priiUcs of Mr. and Mrs. Eaton's genuine
tmllh of character. He stated that the
rmson of their leaving this city was ow
inir to the ill health of Mr, Eaton, who
flints it necessary to soek a different cli
mate. The Ladles' Self-Culture Club, led by
Mm. M A. Boothe, In chorus, gave a
Hah I Kahl lUhl for the Club and Its out
going president. "
T, H. Edwards also mado a few fitting
All present tLcn engaged In dancing
until the bands of the clock pointed to the
smallest hour on the dial.
Special Meeting Garland
I Commercial Club.
A special meeting of the Oarland Com
mercial Club was held at tho Town Hall
"Wednesday evening Nov 14, 1000. The
meeting was called to order by Vice
President .1. C, Wheelon, who stated
tlntttlic purp'we of tho mectlug was to
check nut Mr W. P. Eaton as treasurer
of the club and to raise funds to defray
the expenses of the social to be given in
bis honor. There being but three mem
ben of tho Board of Governors present,
the matter of checking out Troasuror
I Eaton was turned over to the Vlco.Presl
dent and a motion mado and carried that
he ba authorized to issue receipt for
the funds on hand and check Mr. Eaton
out. The Secretary was authorized to
answer tone communications. The
amount of funds needed to defray tho
expenses of tho social amounted to 134
and was apportioned as follows: Commcr
cialClub members 120, Military Baud
ryncrabers 110, Base Ball Team members
1 aY.t i c Swcet t0 frf
LOA Vl3 U A Candy Bowel Uutryt.
An Informal Farewell
In Honor of the Club.
Mrs.W. P. Eaton, president of the
Ladles' Self-Culture Club, assisted by
Mrs. M D.Evans, Mrs. T II. Edwards
and the Misses Hazel and Essie Evans,
gave an Informal at home In honor of
the Club Wednesday afternoon of this
week. Over twenty guests were present.
The refreshments served wcro suggest
Ive of Thanksgiving. Pisco cards and
favors in the form of a Turkey filled
with salted almonds were laid on nap
kins at tho tablo and considerable merri
ment was indulged In by the guests In
locating their places. Tho decorations
consisted of chrysanthemums.
After refreshments an advertising
guessing contest was Indulged In by tho
guests present. Mrs. J. H. Wallls won
the first prize and Sirs. C. J. Campbell
In behalf of tho Club Mrs. V. D.
Lewis, Vice-President, presented Mrs.
Eaton a beautiful Jewel case as a token
of appreciation for her efficient service
In the past.
Mr, aud Mrs. Eaton leave Tucsduy
next for Callento, Nevada.
Vice-President Mrs. W. D. Lewis will
act as chairman of the Club until tho
first of the Now Year when a ro-clcction
of offices will take '- o.
Wc pay 80 cents for eggs. Boothe
Mercantile & Produce Co. tf
Sunday Evening's Blaze.
Last Sunday evening a tire In Mrs.
Murio's Millinery Establishment des
troyed about 1200 worth of goods, v hlch
were partlcally covered by Insurance.
The fire started from tho electric light
and wasdlscovciedby her son just In
time to present a serious bluzc. All
summer long the lights In tho main room
have been unused owing to tho burning
out of a fuse aud It is thought a short
clrcut cuuscd tho blaze.
Wo pay 80 cents for eggs. Boothe
Mercantile & Produce Co. tf
Piles quickly and positively cured with
Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment. It's miido
for Piles alone and It does the work
surely and with satisfaction. Itching,
painful, protrudlog or blind piles dlsapenr
like magic by its use. Large, Nickel
Capped glass jars, 50 cents. Sold aud
recomeuded by all dealers. u 10
Bp. W. L. Qrover presiding. Singing
"Awake Ye Saints, Awako." Prayer
by W. H. Clayton. Singing "Como
Dearest Lord." The handsome sacra
ment set recently purchased by the Sun
day School of this city was presented to
tho ward by Miss Hazel Evans, ono of
tho Sunday School teachers in behalf of
tho Sunday School,
Counselor Jos. Jensen mado a fow re
matks, expressing thanks to all who had
assisted in securing tho sacrament net
Tho sacrament was administered by
Elders Burdott Smith and A. P.Pctcrson.
Singing "Behold the Great Redeemer
Died." Tho following were tho speakers:
William Holmes, P. A. NordquUt and
Charles Wood. 8luglng "Uuldo Mo to
Thco." Benediction by W. II. Cramlull.
The underslgpcd having been restored
to health Dy simple means, after suffer
ing for several years with a severe lung
affection, and that dread d Incase Con
sumption, is anxious to make known to
his fellow sutlercs tho means of cure,
To those w ho deslro It, ho will cheerful
ly send (fruo of charge) a copy of tho
proscription used, which they will find a
cure lor Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh,
Bronchitis aud all thioat and lung Mala
dies. Ho hopes all suffereres will try
hl remedy, as It M Invaluable, Those
deslrluu tliu prescription, which will
cost them nothing, aud may provo u
blessing, will please add less Rev. Ed
ward A. Wilson, Brooklln, N Y.
New Route to Yosemite Yalley.
(VlaYosemlto Valley R. R.)
The Southern Pacific announces that
now service to tho Yoscmltc Valley in
connection with tho Yosemite Valloy
Railroad Company, will begin about
March first next.
Tho eighty mile stage ride w 111 bo done
uway with. The now road extendi fiom
Merced Falls to the boundary of Yose
mite Natloual Park, twelve miles from
tho center of the valley. Thence over a
turnpike, cither an nutomoblc or stage
lino will convey passengers quickly to
tho hotels. Fifteen hundred men arc
now at work ami tho last rail will bo laid
by February 15th next
Tho now railway up tho Merced River
Canyon Is one of the scenic lino's of tho
world. From Merced Falls to tho Park
Line h a continuous punorama of mag
nificent canyon and rivur scenery. From1
Sau r ranefsco to the heart of tho valley
will buu Journey of not moro thun ten
hours via the Southern Pacific, the Yose
mite Valloy Road Line and the now turn
Frank A. Miller, proprietor of tho
Glenwood Hotel, Riverside, has secured
from tho Department of the Interior tho
exclusive privilege of building and oper
ating hotels In tho valley, and will ex
pend three million dollars In the work.
Tho hotels aro to bo of tsiotio and to
bo built to conform In Interior and ex
terior furnishings to the surroundings.
Plans uru now being made and In the
main will conform to tho great stone
castles of Europe In design; study of
w hlch h now being made for that pur
pose President Roosevelt has taken u
strong personal Interest In the matter
aud expressed his approval of the pro
ject! Tho Idea of the new hotels has
been appiovcd to the Interior De
partment by Dr. David Sturr Jordan,
Dr. Benjamin Ido Wheeler, Dr. Albert
Shaw, Jacob Rils aud others who know
Tho round trip faru from Merced to
thctloorof the valley will not exceed
Tho Yosemlto Valley Railway Is a
etatidanl guago modern road of seventy
pound steel rails, and steel bridges and
will ho rock ballasted and dustless. It
not only makes tho valley accessible but
will open a rich mining and lumber ills
trlct. ItH length is eighty miles. Us
two story ulllco building and depot at
Merced, as well as round house, shops
and terminals arenlmo-t finished.
The now hotels will not bo ready for
next season's business, but Mr. Miller
has under consideration plans for tempo
rary structures to care fur the traveler
Tho Southern Pacific Is advising all
rnlhvajs in this country and Europe of
the route to tho Yosemite.
This Shows Promptness.
To Whom It May Concern:
ThU U to ceitlfy that the. German In
surance CompHtiy of Frccport (through
their Agent, Joseph N. Stoh), of Brig
ham City) hato paid mo u total loss un
der their policy No. 180107, in tho sum
of (UOO.00, 1,11 id loss occurring on tho 10
th day of October, 1000, aud bolng paid
to my cntlra satisfaction on tho 23ud
day of October, 1000.
Yours very truly,
Curl Peterson, Assured.
Call on Joseph N. Stphl of Brlgham
City for your farm loans. IIu has the
money and will treat you right. tf
Think of Dr. Shoop'R Catarrh Cure If
your nose and throat dlschargis if your
brtath Is foul or feverish, This snow
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Mr. and Mrs. J. C. AVhcelon went to
Ogden Monday to attend tho funeral ser
vices of J. W. Cuthrlo who 'lied last
Saturday ut Ogden. Tho services wero
held at 2 p.m., Monday, at the Masonic
Impressive funeral services wcro nold
In too First Ward meeting houso at
Lohl Sunday Nov, 4th, over tho remains
of James Munns, fatherof Chas. Munns
of this city, who died In Lehi, Utah,
Nov. 2nd 1000, ago 80 years, 4 months
and 18 days. Among tho relatives In
attendance, at t'10 sen ices wcro: Chas.
Munna of this city, Arthur Munns of
Brlgham city, Harry Muiius of Smith
field and Mrs. Emma Lindsay of Ogden.
1IISIIOI1 JAl'OH M BI.CIUST
Very impressive funeral services over
tho remains of Bishop Jacob M. Sccrist
were held at tho Farmlugton Ward
meeting houso lust Friday at 2 p. m.
Tho attendance was very large tho
building being too small to arcommodato
the turnout. Tho floral offerings were
numerous and beautiful. Prior to tho
services tho remains wcro taken to tho
cstry of tho meeting houso aud un op
portunity given relatives and friends to
Hyrum Grunt, president of the Davis
Stako, took churgo of the services. The
ward choir furnished tho singing.
Following wero tho speakers: Stake
President Hyrum Grant, Counselors J.
D. Wood and Jacob Miller, Orsou
Soulo, nephew of tho deceased, Bp.
Ivcrscu and John Henry Smith of Salt
Lako City aud Stake Counselor Jesse M.
A large cortego followed the remains
to tho cemetery.
Dceeascrl possessed a good deal of ex-"
cutlvo ability and was a good financier.
He was a director In a number of bust
ness concerns. Had been bishop of
Farmlugton about fiftiou jcar.s; suncd
os county commissioner and was tho
youngest member of tho company that
went to Sau Pete Co. to quell tho troub
les during the Illackhuwk Indian war.
Ho leaves a wife and six children; all
married but tho youngest daughter.
Mr. and Mrs, Nels Jtuson of Brlgham
City wero in Garland visiting friends
When making farm loans, call on
Joseph N. Stohl of Brlgham City; ho
has monoy to satisfy all, tf
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Turkish Baths in Connection Will
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Agent for White Swau Laundry,
Next to Club Saloon Garland, Utah
For Dressmaking, Plain Suwlng and
Mondlug, apply to Mrs. W. II. Evans,
Garland Utah. ol3
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