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H February 17, 1900, at tho postofflco at
H Qarland, Utah, under tho Act of Con
H cress of March 3, 1879.
H 4, A. Wlxem .... Editor and Manager
H sa i , i i :
B Saturday, Nov. 17, 1906
B Half the Truth.
B A few evenings ago the writer attend
H cd a locture In tho Central M. E. church,
H Wilkes Oarre, on "Mormonlsm versus
H Americanism." Tho lecturer wm the
H Rev, Dr. T. 0. Illff, a former suporlnton-
H dent of missions in Utah. The Or. Is n
very eloquent spenker, and although tho
H Jcoplo who heard him paid him half n
H dollar a head, bU oratorical gymnastic
H exhibition waa probably worth the
price. For nearly two hours ho ism-
H basted tho Mormons with all the energy
' ho could command. Ho said tho chur-
H chos had spent four million dollars on
missionary efforts in Utah and had made
; but a handful of converts, whllo Mor-
H raous had added to their numbers froni
H1 one to twenty-five thousand a year. Ho
H( aald Brigham Young wm ono of the
H' smartest men ho ever met, but that the
H Mormon people wcro tho most deluded,
H, that Utah bad violated her pledge to the
H United States government to secure state
H hood, that her people wcro traitors and
H that polygamy was on tho Increase, that
H the State was a hot bed of vlco and tho
H black spot upon tho national cscutchcou.
H Ho aald the Mormons bad placed tho flsg
H at half-mast in disrespect to tho govcr-
H ment and that no ono there had objected
H ' eicopt a few faithful Christian mission-
arles. At tho close V. H. Poet of Bait
B'( Lake City, who Is the representative of
H the Merchants and Manufacturers As-
H , soclation of Utah, and who had como to
H 1 Wilkes-Ham on purposo to hear what
H the old gentleman would have to say
H when he was outside of Utnh, attempted
H to answer the speaker by offering some
H rewards If Dr. Illff would provo certain
H ; assertions that bo bad made concerning
H tho celebration of plural marriages by
H the Mormons, the interference of the
H church In politics, eto. Tho lecturer
H 'I recognized Ms. 1'cet and promptly do-
M I cided not to altow any answer at that
H ' time, and Dr. Mogg, pastor of the chur-
H oh, ordered the choir to sing, which
H drowned out Mr. Poet's voice, and tho
M audience left the church.
M ' We have given this brief report of
that leoture for the purposo of saying
M . that we have tbo word of men In Utah,
H gentiles, whose word would bo taken in
H any court of law justyas readily as Dr.
H Illff's, that many of the statements ho
M made are only half the truth, and half
H the truth many times makes a gross and
M malicious falsehood. Aa a property
M owner in Utah, tho writer believes that
M lectures Ilka that of Dr. Illff do more
M harm to that stato than any other ono
M thing, and that the lambasting which ho
fl gives the Mormon people does mora to
M strengthen their belief that they aro the
M true Christians than almost anything
M else. Ho never spoke ono word of pralso
M for any of the people of Utah, but do-
fl nounced them altogether as though they
H were the offscourings of creation, Ho
M denounced In scathing terms Senators
H Foraker, Beverldge and others, members
R of his own church, who were members
H of the committee in the Smoot Invcstiga-
H tlon und who had voted with the mluor-
H lty on the report of that commlttoe. Ho
H classed them as traitors and vlllians of
H the deepest dyo. If ho or any ono elso
H expects to make converts by treating
H people as be does, tho Homo Missionary
H Society might better keep their money
H in their treasury, Dallas Post, Dallas,
H Tho new Puro Food and Drug Law
H will mark It ou tba label of every Cough
H Cure containing Opium, Chloroform, or
H any other stupifylng or poUonous drug
H But it passes Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure as
H madofor SO years, entirely frco. Dr.
H 6boop alt along has bitterly opposed the
Hj uo of all opiates or norcotlcs, Dr.
H Bhoop's Cough Cure la absolutly safe
H even for tho youngest babe and It cures,
H it does not simply suppress. Get a safe
H and reliable Cough. Cure, by (imply In-
H f sistlng on havlug Dr, Bhoop's, Let the
H law be your protection. We cheerfully
H ttcoaunesd and tellit. All dealers. 10
Board of County Commissioners met
In regular session Novsmber 7th.
Messrs. Valentine and Jones present.
Mrs. Mlnulo M. Schou appeared and
asked that N.C. O. Scbow be given a
monthly allowance. Upon motion of
Chr. Valentine 14.00 per month was ap
propriated from November 1st to May
John It. Horscpool, read supcrvlwr,
appeared itud stated that tome parties
had conducted water through culverts
across the rrntd and that those culverts
were rutted, and desired to know if tho
county would repolr them. It was
moved that parties conducting water
through such culverts keep tho same in
repair. Upon motion of Com. Hart the
sum of (30 was approprlntcd to com
pleto the graveling of road between salt
works aod railroad track as petitioned
by Mr. Horsepool,
Ilrlgham Jensen appeared and askrd
for an appropriation of 125 to grade
road In south end of llox Elder District,
The said some was upon motion appro
priated. James II. Hess appeared and asked for
an appropriation of (500 to gravel roads
In Fielding District; matter deferred un
til uoxt meeting.
Communication from J. J. Larklns re
garding tho furrow lib waa Instructed to
plow botween Hog-back and Itattlc-snako
passos, and asked that road be mado pas
sable, Upon motion tho sum of (400
was appropriated to make dugway be
tween said passes,
Communication from Kph, Hansen re
garding tho filling to new brldgo and
building a now brldgo in Ikavcr Dam
Precinct was presented and upon motiou
of Mr Jones (05 was appropriated to
grade to brldgo. Mr. Hansen was autho
rised to go to Logan and get plank.
Tho Hum of 110 02 was appropriated to
the Treasurer to apply on tbo taxes of
.Mrs. Wright, A P. Abrahamscn and Mrs
Resignation of L. II. Qetz as road
supervisor of Hawlins District was ac-
B1U Mom of Chamberlain's Couth ttnatix thmn
of All OUwra Put Tomthtr.
Mr. Thos, George, a merchant at Mt.
Elgin, Ontario, says: "I have had tho
local agency for Chamberlain's Cough
Ilcmcdy over since it was introduced Into
Canada, and I sell as much of it as I do
of all other lines I have on my shelves
put togcathcr. Of the many dozens sold
under guarantee, I have uot bad ono bot
tle returned. 1 can personally recom
mend this medicine as I have used it
myself and given it to my children aud
always with tho host results." For sale
by IMtcr Uros Drug Store.
O. .S L. TIME TABLE
Pwnfr No. H PMMiurar No. St
-SOUTH BOUND- -XOSTH 0UND-
Lr aOUd 7:15 am Lv Drishmn 0:10 p m
Lt Garland 1:40 am Lv Corinn ) p m
Lv Tranont B:18 am Lv Tranont 1:48 p m
Lv Corinn MQ in Lv Csrlutd t-JU p m
Ar Brlshwn M0 a m Ar MUd tM p m
,.OonneU with Cxh Connect with Ceh
Vlley train No. U for VlUy trmln No 11 from
0dn and Salt Lk. 0dn and Bait Lak.
Leaves Ogden 8:ao a. m.
" Brigham 0:55 a. m.
" Corinne 10:10 a. m.
Tremont.. ,.10:52 a. m
" Garland . ...zi:ao a. m.
Arrives at Malad 1 :oo p. m.
Leaves Malad z :ao p. m.
Garhnd 3:25 p.m.
" Tremont 3:40p.m.
" Corinne ....4:30 p.m.
" Briham 4:55p.m.
Arrives at Ogden. . , . .6:25 p. m.
F. F. Gnoss,
Going South 8,IS d m
" b 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. m. to 0 p. m.
Eva C. Wilcox,
cepted and Jacob Hocrr appolutod upon
motion of Chr. Valenllno.
Petition of Myron Dlchards asking for
an appropriation of (S00 to cut down
tho hill near Malad and for graveling
roads. Action deferred until next meet
ing. Recorder's and Clerk's report of fees
collected dnrlng tho month of October
and auditor's report of incidental ex
penses during October was presented and
upon motiou accepted.
Petition of I). It. Orblnson et at. ask
ing that n road be opened between sees.
20 and 03 and 0 and 81, T 10 It 8 was
considered and deferred. Henry C.
House road supervisor of Malad Precinct
appeared in support thereof.
Upon motion of Com. Jones, Messrs.
J. II. Hess aud Myron Richards were
autlirlzcd to haul gravel upon the roads
In their respective districts upon the sc
curing of land from which to haul gravel
and that (300 be appropriated to aaid
district for said purposes.
Jloard adjourned for two weeks.
A reliable medicine and ono that should
always be kept in the home for imme
diate use Is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
It will prevent tho attack If given as
soon as tho child becomes hoarse, or oven
after tho croupy cough appears. For
sale by Rlter Dros Drug Store,
This office has been mado a collection
agency for the medical work entitled
MEDICOLOQY. Thoso who have con
traded for the book should make thcii
egular payments hero and get their receipts
In tho caso of Urlgham City vs. Brig
ham City Electric Light Co. ct al. repre
sented by W. II. King counsel for plain
tiff and defendants' counsel not present,
tho motion to strike out certain portions
of dofendanta amended answer waa con
tlnucd for further bearlog Nov. 84th,
with leavo granted defendant of ten days
In which to flic brief and plaintiff have
flvo days to file reply brief.
Case of J. H . Klrkbam vs. Sarah
Elizabeth Klrkbam defendants motion
to strtko out and for temporary alimony
and suit money, J. D. Call counsel for
plaintiff and Wm II. King counaol for
defendant. Court ordered that plaintiff
pay (70 suit money and the further sum
of (50 to apply on attorneys fcoj said
money to be paid to the defendant on
tho Slst day of Nov.
Caso of Christina J. Larscn vs. Jens O.
Oasberg plaintiffs motion to rctax
costs. I). II. Jouca aud Ncls Jenson ap
peering as counsel for plaintiff and Ricy
II. Jones for defendant; further hearing
on said motion continued until Nov. 24.
In tbo re-adopting of Lillio M. Green
tbo oral testimony of faille L. Frlsby
Hunsaker waa heard and further bearing
Petitions etc. were heard In the follow
In the ro-estato of Olluo K. Larson,
Michael Amschlcr, Charles Vost, Mich
ael Erdmann, John I). Qlbbs, Wm.
I)ox, Joseph Theodore Audcrson and in
tho matter of the guardianship of Ed
ward A. Hums, better known as Edward
When tho tip of a dog's nose Is cold
aod moist, that dog Is not sick A fever
ish dry note means sickness with a dog,
Aud so with the human lips. Dry,
cracked aud colorleis lips mean feverish
nuss, apd are as well ill appearing. To
have beautiful, pink, velvet-like lips,
apply at bedtime a coat lug of Dr, Snoop's
Green Salvo. It will soften aud heal any
skin ailment, Get a free, trial box, at
our store, and be couvlucud. Large
nickel capped glass jars, 25 cents. All
dealers, n 10
N. b. Brown,
Contractor & Builder -Estimates
and Material furnished
for nil kinds of buildings.
Phone No. 18-1 Garland, Utah
Wo will sell a homo In Brtgham City
corner Main aud 5th South itrcots
to anyone desiring a good home In that
city. Corner lot. M-ncro orchard. 4 room
house, water and electric llirhta, good
cellar, etc. A tine business location.
Call on or wrlto
Le & Dunn,Brihia.uub.
Motor 'Buses Not Popular.
Motor 'buses have been tried In Syd
ney, Australia, as a solution of that
city's traction problem, but thoy lasted
only n very short tlmo and now havo
been withdrawn from tho streets be
causo of a lack of patronage. The pub
lic preferred the horae-drawn 'busee,
which. If less spoedy, are more com
fortable and less odoriferous. The
Sydney motor-'bui sorvlco waa a gov
ernment enterprise, and by some crit
ics tho failure la attributed to taotlesi
In Tim of Pmc.
In the first months of tho Russia-Japan
war we had a striking example of the
necessity for preparation and tho early
advantago of thoHo who, so to speak,
"have shingled their roofs In dry weath
er." The virtue of preparation has made
history aud given to us our greatest men.
Tho individual as well as tho nation
should bo prepared for any emergency,
Arc you prepared to successfully combat
the first cold you take? A cold can be
cured much mora quickly when treated
as soon as It has been contracted and be
fore It has hecomo settled In the' system.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is famous
for its cures of colds and It should bo
kept at band ready for Instant use. For
salo by Rlter Bros Drug Storo.
Little Margaret was to take her first
bath In the river. A fine now bathing
ault had been mado for her and she
donned It with great pride. Her
mother, with Margaret's alatera, took
her down. She waa very timid about
going in until she aaw the others were
perfectly aafe in the water. Then she
ventured in. The water suddenly
grew deeper and came above her
waist, much to the surprise of the lit
tle maid, who cried out In anguish: .
"Ob, mother, my bathing ault leaks."
Prcvcntlcs, as tho name Implies,
prevent all Colds and Grlppo when
"taken at tho sneeze stage." Preventics
aro toothsome candy tf blcts. Preventics
dissipate all colds quickly, and taken
early, when you first feci that a cold Is
coming, they check and prevent them,
Preventics are thoroughly aafe for chil
drcn.andas effectual for adults. Sold
and recommended in 5 cent and 25 cent
boxes by all dealers. n 10 .
Chancellor James R. Day was once
advising a young undergraduatet of
Syracuse university to cultivate tact.
"But, alas," he said. "I fear that
advice on such a subject must always
be wasted. On tact tbo last word
was apoken by Barbey d'Aubrevlllo
when he aald:
" 'If tact could be bought, only those
already possessed of it would want
to buy It.'"
Chairman of Board John T. Last
Membera Jo jenaeo
,T. Q. Edward
Clerk a L. Bask,
Marshal George Heart
Justice of Peace H O Vaaaoaaela
boakd or naxTa
T.II.Kdwards Jobs. Las
Dr. J.M. Francke
Governor John O, Cutler
Becretary Charles 8 Ttagey
Atty. General X A Breddea
Auditor J A Edwarda
Treasurer Jamas Chrlstlaaaaa
upt. of Public Iastructloa
State Senator let Diatrlo PeUr Clegg
RepreeaauUve T W FUkbura
Jadf Fir Judicial District
W W Kaagha
District Attorney Fred J Halloa
Ckalrsaaa Oouaty Oesaaiaaloaers
A W ValMsiiaa
OorawlseUfier, Iowa Striae
OesamkaioBW, Kelt on,
X R Jonas
Cauaty OUrk N JValentlne
Prosecuting Attoraay O X Foxley
Treasarer g N Ool
Sheriff Joseph Josephsoa
Recorder Christina Madaaa
Assessor Xt(aa Jeaaaa
Cauaty Superintendent of Schools
A K Jensen
Surveyor, Deweyvilla J N Holdaway
Fish Gasse Waran Situ Jensea Jr
County Physician Dr. B A Peers
Water Commissioner N P Aadsraaa
COUKTY BOARD OF UKALTH.
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