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rTHE GARLAND GLOBE I
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLB I
Vol.-. No 12. Published at iiarlond, Utah. Saturday, Abrll 2, 1909 I
MARRIED IN SALT LAKE TEMPLE.
Miss Mary L. Barnard nnd Mr. Lor
t In W. Preston were united In marri
age Wednesday, April 21, the cere
mony being performed In the Salt
Both are popular young people of
Box Elder County, Miss Barnard be
ing the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hiram Barnard of tho North String,
Brlgham City, and Mr. Preston Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Preston of
The young couple will be at home
to their many friends after May 1,
1909, at the Wutt residence on Fac
The Globe extends congratulations
and best wishes.
LADIES' SELF-CULTURE CLUB.
The members of the L. 8. C. club
met at the home of Mrs. Annie Munns
Thursday afternoon. 11 members
were present and Mrs. B. A. Bush
and Mrs. F. O. Haws were guests of
The following committee was cho
Ben to superintend the Kindergarten
work In Oarland this season: Mrs.
Agnes Wheelon, chairman: Mesda
mes Esther Evans, Lucy A. Clark,
Lottie B. Smith, Hilda Nordoulst, Ag
nes Fife and Prest. Bertha Campbell.
It was decided by a unanimous
vote to offer two prizes for the Jest
kept general surroundings this sea
son. Mrs. Lucy A. Clark was chosen as
a delegate to attend a meeting of the
Presidents of Women's clubs to be
held In Salt Lake City. April 29th.
Mrs. B. A. Bush read the story
"A Matter of Art," and Mrs. Mary
Robinson sang a solo.
Delicious refreshments were ser
ved. Mrs. Lucy A. Clark will entertain
the club two weeks hence.
I OPENING GAME OF THE SEASON
I Fielding's famous furious nine
B comes to town today to play the open
9 lng game of the season with Car
te land's team. (cup champions.) The
3 game will be pulled off at the city
J park at 3 p. m.
Manager J. T. Lant promises a
1 good demonstration of ball tossing
M for the opening game.
I TOWN BOARD
1 A meeting of the Town Board was
I held at tho Town Hal! Tuesday night,
1 April 20. Full Board present. Pre-t.
J. C. Wheelon presided.
1 The question of appropriating to
I the Library fund was discussed and
I by unanimous vote $200.00 was nl-
lowed to be paid annually for the
1 maintenance of u free uubllc library
I within the town.
1 The Town Health Board reported
I On the sanitary condition of the town.
I A number of bills were allowed.
f Some matters of minor Importance
were discussed and the board ad-
I Journed until first Tuesday In May.
' Mr. F. O. Frltts, Oneonta, N. Y.
writes: "My little girl was greatly
benefited by taking Foley'B Orlno
Laxative, and I think it Is the best
f remedy for constipation and liver
trouble." Foley's Laxative Is best ,
for women and children, as it Ib nilld, I
pleasant and effective, and Is a splen- ,
did spring medicine, as it cleanses the
system and clears the complexion.
Rlter Bros.., Oarland: Tremont Drug
FUNERAL SERVICES OF
JOHN B. 0LSEN.
Very Impressive funernl services
were held at the Garland hall last
Sunday at 12:30 p. m.over the re
mains of John B. Olsen, aged 21
years, who died at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Glenson of ty
phoid fever and hemmorhages, Fri
day nftcrnoon, April 16th.
The hall was filled with relatives
and friends of the deceased. First
Counselor D. E. Manning presided
and the ward choir furnished a num
ber of very appropriate selections.
The pulpit and stand were tasteful
ly decorated In white and among the
floral offerings was "The Broken
Wheel" contributed by the employ
ees of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., and
I "The Gates Ajar" presented by the
Happy Hour Club. The Y. L. M. I.
Assn., also furnished a number of
On the stand were the wnrd bishop
ric officers and employees of the Utah
Idaho Sugar Co., and members of the
Opening song, "Though Depenlng
Trials Throng Your Way." Prayer
by D. B. Foulger. Singing "Thou
Dost Not Weep to Weep Alone."
Following were the speakers who
devoted their remarks to the resur
rection, this life and the life beyond
the grave and all of them paid a high J
tribute to the character and exam-J
plary life of deceased. Moslah Evans
Joseph E. Corbett, J. W. Francom,
J. C. Wheelon, Joseph Jensen and D.
During the services. Mrs. Marte
Wing sang, "Not Half Has Ever Been
Told" assisted In the chorus by the
choir, and a quartette consisting of
Maggie Wlxom, Julia Baxter, D. C.
Chapman and F. O. Haws rendered
"When the Angels Hnve Lifted tho
Veil." The following tribute of re
spect was read by Levi J. Somson:
Tribute of respect from the Employ
ees of the 1'tah-ldaho Sugar Co.. of
Garland, to John B. Olsen, deceased
Whereas It has pleased our Heaven
ly Fnther to remove from our midst
our friend and fellow workman, and,
Whereas. In his work and actions
he gave abundantly of bis cheerful
disposition and encouragement and
was by all of us greatly beloved, be It
Resolved by this committee of the
employees of the Bald company that i
in response to the general sentiment
of respect and love for him; of ad-j
miration of his noble character and
grand achievements In the Bphere of ,
morals and religion, we revere his j
memory and hold precious the exam
ple he set among us, and
That we authorize the publication
of these resolutions in the Garland
Globe and direct that copies of said
paper be sent to the relatives of our
beloved friend, with whom we sym
pathize In their bereavement.
Levi J. Si il ii. son.
Joseph E. Corbett,
David B. Foulger,
Among the relatives In attendance
nt the services were Robert Bee of '
I'rovo. brother-in-law of deceased,
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Peterson of Stone,
Idaho, the latter a sister of Mr. 01-J
Mr. Olsen's parents both proceeded I
him to the life beyond, ills father,
John Bengt Olsen, died at Elwood a- j
Iiihii Ihe years ago and win burled In
Bear River City. HIh mother. Sop
hia Oliirg Olsen, died in Benjamin,
I tub County, when he was five years
Four sisters survive him -Mrs. A.
P. Peterson, of Stone, Idaho, Mrs.
Itobei t Bm of Provo, Mrs. Anile O.
Sorensen of Ferron, Emery County
imdMrs. Matilda Nelson of Sunny
Side, Carbon County.
The remains were interred by the
side of his father In the Bear River
City cemetery. The mil bearers
were John Thomas, Ed. Rogers, D.
C. Chapman, Albert Hurdy, C. W.
Green and Howard Evans. The grave
was dedicated by Joseph Jensen.
I S C s-fViBSffs The ability and Integrity of the Officers mid Z
if I JO I ICyUCll li3 Diructors of n bank are renter safeguards to E
B depositors than the bunk's capital and uurpluti. The directors of this bank
are men of wide reputation, viz:
JOHN C. CUTLER of CUTLER HR08.
W. W. KITKR of. ..IIKSKKKT SAVINGS HANK
TIIOR. R. CUTLER ..of . . . .UTAH-IDAHO SUGAR 00.
M08IAH EVANS of ... I'TA II IDAHO SUGAR CO.
GBO.ROMNEY of . .DESKRKT NATIONAL HANK
W. H. VANFLEET RANCHER
H G.WHITNEY of DE8ERET NEWS
ELIA8 A. SMITH of ...DESERET SAVINGS BANK
GEO. T. ODELL of C. W. & M. CO.
THE BANK OP GARLAND. ,,
I MoaUh Ivtna, Pntident. Klimi A. Smith. Vic-Praidit. M. D. Evans, Caahlu:. 1
I ACCOUNTS mad LOANS SUBJECT U EXAMINATION by BTATE BANK EXAMINER I
DEATH OF WILLIE CAPENER.
William Ursel Capener, aged 1 3
years, son of Mrs. Fannie Capener of
East Garland, met death nt the re
sult of a fall from a yearling colt
last Saturday morning. He was rid
ing a yearling colt In Bp. A. R. Cap
ener's yard nnd the animal reared up
and fell upon him. His head struck
the ground causing a hemmorhage
from which he instantly died. About
ten years ngo his father was acciden
tally shot while out hunting rabbits.
Funeral services were held nt
Fielding meeting house last Sunday
at 3 p. m. Bp. John W. Larson DT
sided and the East Garland w.-ird
Choir furnished the music. The hall
crowded with relatives and
friends. The Sunday school child
ren of East Garland literally cover
ed the casket with beautiful flowers.
Opening song "I need theee every
hour." Prayer by James H. Hess.
Solo. "I Have Read of the Beautiful
City," Victoria Oyler assisted by the
choir. The speakers were Bp. John
W. Larson, Royal C. Lowe, Bp. Smith
Clark. Bp. M. J. Richards, Moroni
Ward and Stake President Milton H.
Welling. Mr Heaty sang the solo,
"Sometime You'll Understand." and
Mrs. A. R Capener read the follow
ing lines which she composed for the
Willie thou art fair
Thine eyes are closed In sleep,
Thy guardian angel called the home
And we are left to weep.
But If we do God's holy will
And love each other true.
When we arc culled to cross the deep
We'll come nnd dwell with you.
The closing selection bv the choir
was "Shall We Meet Beyond the Riv
er" and the benedict Inn was pronoun
ced by John Anderson. A large cor
tnge followed the remains to the
Fielding cemetery where thev wore
Interred by the side of his father.
The grave was dedicated by W. E.
NEW HOMESTEAD LAW.
Department of the Interior,
General Land Office,
Snlt Lake City, Utah,
April 19, 1909.
To the Editor:
Sir: As you are aware, the last
Congress passed an act allowing citi
zens of Utah to file homestead en
tries upon lands which cannot be ir
rigated and on which there Is not suf
ficient supply of water suitable for
domestic purposes as would make
continuous residence possible. These
homesteads cannot exceed 320 acres
Before these lands can become sub
ject to entry under the provisions of
this act, they must be examined by
the Field Service of the General Land
Olllce, and duly designated as "Dry
l-'.irm" lands liv the Secretary of the
Interior. This will require consid
erable work on the part of the special
agents of the General Land Olllce
who now have their headquarters in
Utah. It Is the desire of the Inter
ior Department to select a part of
these lands In each county of the
state, that all citizens may have e
qual opportunity to avail themselves
of the benflts of HiIh now law.
In order that the General Land
OfTlco may be possessed of all possible
Information concerning lands of the
character described, and provide for
Immediate examination of the same,
I would take It as a personal favor
If every citizen of your county hav
ing knowledge of any general area
of surveyed land suitable tor success
ful dry farming, I which must be unii
nilneral, non-Irrigable, unreserved
and unappropriated; and not contain
ing merchantable timber), would
communicate directly with me. giv
ing me the townships nnd ranges In
which said land Is situated.
Immediately on receipt of such In
formal Inn. steps will bo taken to ex
amine and report on same, that our
citizens may mail t BtMMlYM of the
provisions of this act the present sea
son, if they so desire
Active and Immedlte co-operation
on the pari of your citizens will ex
pedite the work and greatly aid In
bringing ahum the results so much
desired, not only by the State of
Utah, but also by the National Gov
ernment. All communication should be ad
dressed to the undersigned.
GEORGE E. HAIR.
Chief 10th Field Division, General
Land Office, Box 123U, Salt Lake City.
During the spring every one would
be benefited by taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy. It rurnlshes a needed tonic
to the kidneys after the extra strain
of winter, and It purifies the blood
by stimulating the kidneys, and caus
ing them to elemlnate the Impurities
from It. Foley's Kidney Remedy Im
parts new life and vigor. Pleasant
to take. Rlter Bros.. Garland; Tre
mouton Drug Store, Tremouton.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
W. H. Boothe, 8r., of Brlgham was
M. D. Evans went to American
B. F. Boothe returned from Brlg
ham Tuesday night.
Mrs. J. R. Standing of Colllnston
was a Garland visitor Wednesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Lewis made a
business trip to Ogden Wednesday.
A. B. Manasa was transacting bus
iness In Salt Luke City Wednesday.
Hert Swlnyard returned from a bo
jjouin In Logan the fore part of this
J. F. Owens nnd Rph. Coombs made
I a drive to Honeyvllle and Hear River
I City Thursday.
Lawrence II. Smith, clerk of the C.
W. M. Co., was In Logan on busl
, nosB Wednesday.
Last Saturday Sign Writer F. W.
Clark painted a neat sign for the
11. M & P. Co.
A. 8. Rose of Farmlngton Ib visit
ing In town this week the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Ursel Rose.
J. M. Simpson left Thursday for
'Point Lookout to do some painting
for Atty. Chas. E. Foxley.
For Sale First class lucern seed.
Apply to J. Y. Jensen JUBt south of
Oarland. Bell phone No. 7-1-rcd. tf
Mr. and MrB. J. M. Bnggett wore
made happy Wodnesduw morning by
the safe arrival of a bouncing big
Rest. Mgr. Moslah Evans nnd Supt.
T. H. Edwards made a flying business
trip to Ogucn and Brlgham Wednes
day. Civil Engineer Geo. Barzee of Heb
ier City Is here this week running
some lines for Austln& Sons' Land
and Livestock Co.
For Sale One single buggy, one
double buggy harness and one 3 1-4
Bain wagon. Apply at W. L. Gro
ver & Sons' store. tf
J. R. Loyton and Kert Brown re
turned last Friday n'ght from Ply
mouth where they Just finished a fine
two-roomed house for J. W. Brunett.
J. L. Pierce and Harvey L. Erdmunn
came over from Brlgham Thursday
kin J. W. Ure's automobile and spent
the afternoon In sight seeing about
Herbert B. Foulger spent this we'.-k
In Ogden. His father, F. Foulger,
came up from Ogden Wednesday to
take his place at the Foulger company
MrB. Jennie Wallls was successful
ly operated upon Tuesday at the Og
den General hospital for appendicitis
and her many friends will be pleas
ed to leurn that she Is favorably re
covering. Geo. Browning nnd wife nnd Mrs.
Carr of Ogden BUM to Oarland Wed
nesday In an automobile, making tho
trip In three hours. They were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kieil Manning
while here, tho ladles being sisters
of Mr. Manning.
Shingles today at $2.75 per 1,000.
Boston Team Collars at $3.00. Two
Sweat Pads for $0.75. Linseed Oil
per gallon $0.80. Spraying outfits
at right prices. Good luiitbr Cheap.
Where? At Wilson Lumber Com
pany, Trenionton. It
O. Hurnard and Frunk McKHvey
returned Monday from the Garland
Wonder Mine where they have been
superintending the excavation work.
A force of men are at work und bright
things are In store for the stockhol
ders. Perry's school nine met defeat at
the hunds of Garland's school nine on
the city park diamond lial Saturday
to tho tune of 7 to 9 in favor of the
home team. We were Informed that
Garland's school nine goes to Perry
today to play another game.
Marshal T. L. Snook returned last
Saturday from Pocateilo where he
went as a witness In the W. R. Thorn
ton horse-stealing case. Mr. Snook
stated Thornton was Indicted before
the U. S. Oraml Jury for grand lar
ceny and that the case would come
before the U. 8. District Court the 1st
week in October.
Miss Ida CoombB and Eph Coombs
arrived from Salt Lake and Oarland,
respectively last Friday night and on
Saturday they consummated the sale
of the Coombs homo west of S. Doug
lass' residence to Charles Douglass.
MIsb Coombs returned to the capital
Sunday and Eph remained until Mon
day. Globe-Header, Paysou.
People past middle life usually have
some kidney or Madder disorder that
saps the vltulHy, which is naturally
lower In old age. Fole's Kidney
Remedy corrects urinary trouble ,
stimulates the kidneys, and restores
strength and vigor. It cures uric acid
troubles by strengthening the kid
neys so they will strain out the uric
acid that settles In the muscles and
Joints causing rheumatism. Rlter
Bros., Garland; Tremonton Drug
D S OHP General Merchandise,
MnHHMHtaHM Tremont, Utah.
F?ST-The store that gives the BEST GOODS for tho LEAST MONEY.
SECOND To satisfy the demands of our customers at a profit that will
Justify you to deal with us.
We give away in PREMIUMS, to please you all, ONKllALK of the profits we
are makiug In our buslueat. TRY TRADING WITH U8I You will see
where you are SAVING MONEY.
We art complete in Every Line X SHOES A SPECIALTY.
Truly Yours D. S. LOHR, Tremont, Utah.
11 i mmmmmmmmm tmmm wm mmmm mmmm mmmmmmmmm tU
I. . , I n these days of financial H
It IS Important uncertainty to have your H
oSMHB money deposited with a M
strong and conservative Banking Institution. A M
Our capital, surplus and stockholders' liability M
of $90,000.00 and total resources of $35,000.00 H
insure beyond quustion the stability of this Bank.
Yotir deposits with us will not only be safe, but M
will draw a profitable rate of interest, if left in our M
Savings Department. i ' X X M
We cordially invite you to call and talk this matter over H
with any of our officer. X X X X H
State Bank of Brigham City. H
UNDER STATE SUPERVISION AND CONTROL. M
For Sale or Trade 1-2 acre lot,
house and barn on Factory street.
10 0 growing fruit Trees, good water
system. Apply to T. L. Snook. Oar
land, Utah. a i -ii l ..
If you have backache and urinary
troubles you should take Foley's Kh'
ney Remedy to strengthen and build
up tho kidneys so they will act prop- i
erly, as a serious kidney trouble may
develop. Rlter Bros., Oarland; Tre-
niotiion Drug Store, Tremonton.
Monday, April 26
The Greatest of all
25 People 25
Prices $1.00 75 and 25c
Seats on Sale at
Kiter Bros. Dru Store
We often wonder how many per
sons cun be persuaded Into taking
i any thing but Foley's Honey and Tar
for coughs, colds and lung trouble
Do not be tooled into accepting "own
make" or other substitutes. The gen
uine contains no harmful drugs and
s it, a yellow package. Rlter Brae
Oarland; Tremonton Drugstore Tremonton.
LISTEN TO ME H
I've just found a hosiery which you'll M
be glad to know about. It's the M
ARMOR PLATE H
make, snd sold by THE FOULGKR H
COMPANY. Never In my life have I H
seen such hose wesr. They tell me It's H
because they'll all dyed by the H
Harms Naut Dye M
process that does not rot or weaken the ' H
hose. Aside from the good service they
girt, I rind that washing hss not the H
sIL'liteft effect on Iheiu in fact soap H
only niHkes them blacker. I buy them
for hII the family and tlud that my saving H
Is great foi I don't Intve to buy nearly
It will pay yon go know thorn.
FOU I1Y H
The Foulger I
I Company. I
North Main St,. Garland, Utah M
YOU! YOU! YOU! j I
I Oliand See Our I H
SPRING GOODS I
Do Your trading Where They Employ
1 The McCaskey Account System M
Your Account C a n n o t Go Wronn B
Our Customers know at all times just
i what their account is.
I Do you? I I
I You Should. I
Garland Mercantile Co., I
t Wm. Preston, Mgr. Q H