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I -" SUB8CRIBE for the I KJ Ki m K I M m I W ! I B M ln the
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEi M
Vol. 4. No. 7. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, March 20, 1909 M
Our wide awake Town Board has
jd had the City Park ball grounds put
In excellent condition this week and
replaced the burned out globes all
over town. Under their direction
Hiram Fowler has put up new street
lights at Schneider's blacksmith shop,
the Qlobe office, Thomas' butcher shop
and P. A. Nordqulsts' blacksmith
W. J. Fife has made application
for a light In front of his residence
and In all problblllty the business
blocks of North Main street will be
given a light In front of their busi
ness houses next week. Main street
begins to look like Broakway, New
York and Garland like Chicago.
"THE INHERITED CURSE."
The Oarland Dramatic Co., present
ed the pleasing melo-drama "The In
herited Curse" or "From Sire to Son"
at the Oarland hall last Saturday af
ternoon and evening and Monday
night to crowded houses. Everybody
nresent was well n leased with the
production. Saturday's performances
were for the benefit of the Oarland
Sunday school and Monday night's
show was to raise funds for the amuse
The melo-drama Is of the high
class order and the comedy parts made
the production one of the best that
the theatre-going public has had the
privilege of witnessing for some
length of time.
Every character was well sustain
ed and the costumes and scenery ad
ded much to make the play a thorough
Following Is the cast of charac
ters: Alfred Armltage. under the assumed
name of John Oakley, Thales H. Kd-
Jonas Hardy, a gambler, R. L. Bush.
Dr. Marmaduke Mandrake, Geo. F.
Hamilton Mandrake, his son, D. C.
Job Cadwallader, sheriff of Uba Co.,
California, Joseph II. Wallis.
Peter Grimes, postmaster and express
agent of Uba County, Cal., William
August Vincent, R. E. Baxter.
. Abe Isaac, Howard Evans.
1 gud McKln stry, Fredrlc Rogers.
Mabel Armltage, wife of Alfred Aaml-
tage, Mrs. Marie Wing.
Mabel Aimitnge, their daughter,
Miss Haze Evans.
Mrs. Amanda Stockup, proprietress of
Uba hotel, Miss Barsa Fowler.
Aurella Stockup. her daughter, Mrs.
Miss Vincent, Miss Lera Clark.
Chinamen, Vigilance committee,
We certainly appreciate the work
of the Horn Dramatic Co., and only
wlnh that lie l oinpnny oould arrange
matters so as to give us a show at
least once a month.
Nine-tenths of the traveling troups
would do well If they could put up
the goods that these home companies
Let's have another, soon.
I DEATH OF ELWOOD AUSTIN.
Elwood Austin, the U)-yenr old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Austin,
Jr., died at their residence on Fac
tory street last Friday night, at 11:30
o'clock, from the effects of heart trou
ble. The remains were prepared for
burial and shipped to I'ayson Sunday
morning for lnterrment.
Funeral services were he d In Pay
son, but we were unable to obtain
particulars for this Issue. On nc
count of the servlcos will appear next
ENROUTE TO MALAD.
Two yoke of oxen hitched to an
"old time" cart pulling a sulky plow
to which was attached a horse and a
cart, with a calf in the cart and u
cow tied behind the cart, passed thru
i town Sunday enroute to Malud City,
Idaho. The outfit stopped to rest in
front of the Olobe office and ye edi
tor would have given his Sunday
shirt and suspenders If he could have
found a photographer to take a snap
shot of the caravan. The outfit amu
Bed the kids in fine style.
MARRIED IN SALT LAKE TEMPLE.
Mlsg Julia Strong of Alpine, Utah,
and R. E. Baxter, local manager of
the B. M. B. Telephone Co., of this
city were married In Salt Lake City
Wednesday of this week, the marriage
ceremony being performed In the Salt i
Miss Strong is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. D. J. Strong of Alpjne, al
though she has made this city her
home for the past two years. She is
a very popular and highly respected
young lady and has many friends both
here and In Alpine.
Mr. Baxter, the popular manager
of the R. M. B. Tel. Co., was formerly
of 8alt Lake City, the Bon of Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Baxter. He has success
fully managed the business for said
company here for the past two years
and has given general satisfaction.
He Is an Industrious, wide awake
and highly respected young man.
The young couple will make this
city their future home and will be at
home to their many friends at the
Rose residence on South Main Btreet
after April 10th.
A conference of the Garland ward
was held at the hall Sunday. The
morning session was given over to
the Sunday Schools.
The visitors in attendance were
Stake President M. H. Welling and
Counselor P. M. Hansen, Bp. J.'L.
Hunsaker of Bothwell, Bp. J. W. Lar
sen of East Garland and High Coun
selor J. P. Chrlstenscn of Elwood.
Singing, "Haste to the Sunday
School." Prayer by Wm. King.
Singing, "Sacramentnl Hymn." Sa
crament administered by Charlie Ed
wards and Edmund O. Norr. Concert
recitation "Catch the Sunshine" con
ducted by Wm. King. Singing prac
tice C minutes.
Supt. Wm. King gave a report of
the Garland North Sunday School,
and Supt. C. W. Richards reported the
Garland Sunday School.
Song Primary department, conduc
ted by Mantlna Jensen.
The Garland North Primary de
partment was reported by Mrs. Mar
gret Manning and Mantlna Jensen
reported the Primary department of
the Oarland Sunday School.
Recitation bv Luclle Lant.
Remarks by Dp. J. L. Hunsaker.
Recitation by Marie Swlnyard.
Remarks by J. P. Christensen.
Closing exercises, the benediction
being pronounced by D. E. Manning.
Singing, "Author of Faith." Pray-
er by D. B. Foulger. Singing, Judges
The auxiliary organizations were
reported as follows: Y.M. M. I. A. ,
liv Fredrlc Roeers. Y.'L. M. I. A.
by Nellie B. Rose. Relief Society hy
Laura S. Rice. Religion Class by
Lucy A. Clark. A re-organlzatlon of
the Garland North Sunday School
was effected ami a nun bar of changes
made In the officers of other organi
zations. The church and irurt officers were
presented by Piost. M. H. Welling
and unanimously susta'ned.
Remarks were made by Bp. J. W.
I.arsen, Counselor P M. Hansen,
Prest. M. H. Welling tnd Bp. A. R.
The choir sang an anthem and ben
ediction was pronounced by A. H.
CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Austh: Jr..
desire to express thanks to all those
who rendered assistance during tho
Illness and death of their loving son,
Sec. 149 FOWLS. (Town Ordin
All domestic fowls arc hereby pro
hibited from running at large within
the llmltB of this town, between the
first day of March and the first day
of December of each year. Any per
son wilfully and knowingly violating
the provisions of this section, 1b guil
ty of an offense and subject to a fine.
OARLAND TOWN BOARD,
m20-al0 By Marshal T. L. Snook.
I During the past year we have received deposits aggre- 1
K gating more than
without the loss of one cent to any depositor, so far as we
jp are informed.
I WHY GO ELSEWHERE
when you can get such accuracy at home?
I 1 THE BANK OP GARLAND.
I MoaUhE.uu. Pwrtdsnt BHm A. Smith. VK-PrUMit M. D. Bvu. Cuhtor. I
I I ACCOUN1H sod LOANS SUBJECT to EXAMINATION by STATE BANK EXAMINER I
Fielding's nine cornea here Satur
day, March 20, to crosa bats with
Colllnston's cracker-Jack team. Next
Saturday Deweyvllle's nine will come
here to play a friendly game. Our
base ball grounds have been fixed up
ln good shape and we are going to
have some good base ball this season.
Tim Covert has Just returned with
a fine Maxwell run-a-bout.
Mrs. John Saunders Is up and a
round again after a severe attack of
Devere Morgan was visiting rela
tives and friends in Salt Lake City
most of this week.
Wayne Morgan made a business
trip to Salt Lake City the fore part
of this week.
Mr. and Mra. Scott Kidman are re
joicing over the safe arrival of a fine
F. W. Haskell of Fielding injured
his arm in a base ball game here last
Mrs. Walter Farnsworth of Field
ing gave birth to a charming daugh
Mrs. Flinders of Ogden Is visiting
her mother, Mrs. Jake Hendrlcksen.
Dr. R. J. Smith and Jake Hendrlck-
son have improved tneir residences
and surroundings with white lead
All kinds of base ball goods at the
Colllnston drug store.
Colllnaton, March. 16th. M.
See the "Squaw Man" by the Brig
ham City Dramatic Co.. nt the Gar
land hall Wednesday, March 24th.
SALT LAKE CITY, APRIL 4, 6 & 6.
The usual special low round trip
rates will be made via. the Oregon
Short Line. Tickets on sale from all
points north of Ogden ln Utah and
Idaho and Wyoming, April 1st., to
r.th., Inclusive, limit April 15th. See
agents for further partlculars.m20-a3
Joseph Jensen of Jensen Bros.,
spent the latter part of last wefk ln
the state capital.
At the Base Ball meet
ing Wednesday night,
J T Lant was named as
the new manager.
Coming 3 nights next week
25th, 26fh and 27th, THE
GEORGIA HARPER CO. 12
People Excellent Company.
THE SQUAW MAN.
The Brigham City Dramatic Co.,
will be ln this city Wednesday, Mch.
24th, and will present the famous
drama "The Squaw Man" at the Gar
land hall In tho evening. The play
Is one of the best the company ever
produced and has won for the com
pany a "big name." Don't forget to
be present and see the "Squaw Man."
It Is a cracker-Jack play.
The cast consists of 20 people all
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
Found Hand satchel containing
8c. Call at this office.
Bert Swlnyard left Monday for Lo
gan to spend a few weoks.
Thomas Wise shipped another car
ef "spuds" to Dallas, Texas Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Moslnh Evans spent
Tuesday and Wednesday ln Salt Lake
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Lewis left Wed
nesday for Ogden to spend a few
W. R. Vanfieet was In Salt Lake
and Farmington the fore part of this
A fine daughter was born to the
wife of Ted Limb of Fielding Monday
Mrs. Mantlna Jensen was visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Kellar of
Mrs. Lucy A. Clark returned last
Saturday from a three weeks' visit
ln Logan and Preston. Idaho.
Mrs. E. T. Capener of Riverside,
who is suffering from an ulser of the
stomach, Is slowly receoverlng.
R. O. Mlehaells of the Garland
Milling Co., was transacting business
In Corlnne nnd Bear River City Mon
day. Miss Annie Barnard, one of Dew
eyvllle's popular lody school teachers
spent Sunday In Garland the guedt of
MIbs Lizzie Preston.
Miss Lera Johnson of Brigham City
spent last Saturday and Sunday ln
this city and vicinity the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Oluf JohnBon.
H. P. Zimmerman purchased and
shipped a full car of horses and mules
out of Oarland last Saturday and
spent this week ln Malad buying an
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Foulger moved
thlB week from the Rose residence on
South Main street to one of the Su
?ar Co's houses near the Oarland
Mrs. Jane Mason and Mrs. John
McKenny of Fairfield, sister and niece
respectively of Mrs. Charlie EdVards,
returned home Monday after a pleas
ant visit in this city.
SALT LAKE CITY, APRIL 4. 5 & H.
The usual special low round trip
rates will be made via. the Oregon
Short Line. Tickets on sale from nil
points north of Ogden In Utah and
Idaho and Wyoming, April 1st., to
5th., Inclusive, limit April 15th. See
agents for further partlculars.m20-a3
In front of the Garland Livery
Staple Monday at 10 a. m., Constable
T. L. Snook sold at public auction a
horse belouging to Frlsby & Frlsby to
liquidate a chattle mortgage held by
the ('. W. and M. Co., upon mild ani
mal. The animal was purchased by
Owen Barber for $20.00. $97.06 Is
the amount of tho chattle mortgage.
Garland fpera Lj ouse
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24th march 24th
Prices 25, 35 & 50c
I Tickets on Sale at Riter Bros, Drug Store
AND INTEGRITY H
of the officers of a Bank stand for more, as a H
matter of protection to depositors, than does the H
amount of capital and surplus. H
It is an easy matter to keep in touch with and H
know the ability and integrity of the officers of H
tbis bank, H
m State Bank of Brigham City. H
UNDER STATE SUPERVISION AND CONTROL. H
Dollars Saved, are Dollars Made. I
JUST RECEIVED'- I
Our ADVANCE SHIPMENT of S P R I N G I
ladies' I ailorcil uits ldy aists A: kirts fl
an assemblage of the season's most charming apparel for women H
CALL. AND SEE THEM M
Ladies: We Can Now Fit You Out From Head to Foot H
We use CASH SYSTEM and save you DOLLARS H
B. M. & P. CO. WHF Tvf? mr. I
Senator Thomas Preston of Wes- .
ton, Idaho, spent last Sunday ln Oar
laud. Monday he and Wm. Preston
went to Brigham City to attend a
meeting of the stockholders of the
Garland Merc. Co.
Mrs. M. E. Campbell of Brigham
City, Bister of Mrs. J. C. Wheelon,
came to Garland last Saturday to at
tend the "Inherited Curse" presented
by the Gariand Dramatic Co. She al
so spent Sunday ln this city.
The Oarland Relief Society car
ried out the program published in
our last week's Issue at the hall Wed
nesday evening. Delicious refresh
ments were served and an evening
spent long to bo remembered.
B. H. Phelps, clerk at the office of
the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., moved his
wife and family to this city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Phelps now occupy the
house recently vacated by Mrs. Mary
Wanlass and family.
A man from Pennsylvania by the
name of F. H. Jones Is sick with pneu
monia ut the. city jail aud la being
cared for by the city Marshal assist
ed by David McFerson and Uave Mur
le. I.atkk The man died st the city jai'
Wednesday night aud will be buried in
the city cemetery tod-iy .
R. J. Smith of Salt Lake City was H
here Monday in the interest of his H
property ln this city. H
H. J. Newman & Son, tinners of M
Point Lookout, have Just completed H
the work of putting a fine tin roof H
on Jensen Bros., business block. The
tin Is of the N. G. Taylor, old style, H
same as the roof of the Capitol at
Washington, D. C, iwid is one of the H
best roofs in Box Elder County. H
Joe Brown and Ernest Jensen re- H
turned last week from Logan where H
they have been taking special courses H
at the Agricultural College of Utah. H
Mr. Jensen has resumed his position M
with the firm Of Jensen Bros., and M
Mr. Brown has accepted a position H
with the D. & R. G. Co., at Ogden.
H. BOYD I
DRAY AND TRANSFER. H
Dealer in H
ROCK SPRINGS COAL. H
Bell phone No. 39 red, H
OARLAND. ' UTAH.
YOU! YOU! YOU! J I
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I SPRING GOODS I I
Do Your Trading Where They Employ
The McCaskey Account System I
Your Account Cannot Go Wrong H
Our Customers know at all times just H
what their account is. H
I Do you? 1 I
I You Should. I I
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Wm. Preston, Mar. 3 H