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1 THE GARLAND GLOBE ,
THE GAKI AND GLOBE
ATi;mAY, APRIL 24, HKM'.
The opinions of some of the lead
ing men of this county.
It will take between $26 and $30,
000.00 to remodel the county court
house at Brlgham City. Any reason
able citizen, after a thorough Investi
gation, will concede that there Is not
enough room for the handling of the
district and county business. There
!ls no question but what It will be
built at an early date. There are
many miles of Impassible roads that
need draining and grading In order
I to be of any use to the public dur
ing the wet season. There has been
an Immense loss to the farmers north
of Oarland and elsewhere In being
unable to reach the wheat market
during the meteoric rise of wheat this
winter. Two years ago the lion. W.
S. Hansen of Fielding lost three cars
of onions on account of being unable
to get them to the railroad stalon at
People living In Brlghnm, north
and south along the east mountains
have no conception whatever of what
Impassible roads are In Hear River
The people on the flat are willing
to co-operate with the people of Hrlg
hnm City and vicinity and make Box
Rider county one of the banner coun
ties In the 8tate of Utah.
The tax payers of the east side
have no more right to say to tin
people of the flat, "you can get along
a few more years without roads" as
the people of the Bear River Valle)
should dictate to the pccple of Brig
ham City when to l lodel and en
large l lie county conn house. How
ever the peoplr of Bear River Valley
are heart and soul In the good road
movement. True, we have our tern
per milled by the Inconvenience and
loss we have sustained b) reason ol
"no roads." The people on the flat
are and will be a factor to lie reckoned
with In politics and Business, socially
and otherwise In the future. A
steady growth has marked the devel
opment of Bear River Valley. We
have homes for hundreds of families
many would nave Invested If It
had not been for the Impassible roads.
The $20,000.00 more or less in the
county treasury Is not sufficient to
meet the demands of the taxpayers
for good roads and remodeling of the
court house. Even should there be
1-2 of a mill advance In our taxes
for road purposes we still would have
the Inconvenience of splashing
around In mud for several vears
However we will not despair. The
fame of the productiveness of the soil
In Bear River Valley has reached be-
Iyond the borders of this county. Take
the apple Industry for Instance: we
can prove beyond n shadow of a
doubt that the net profits of one
acre of 10 year old hearing orchardf
have been from $500.00 to $1100.00
We have now many acres of bearing
orchards and hundreds of acres of
young orchards three to Ave yearp
old. It Is necessary to get our pro
duce to market. Are you going tc
help us? Or, will ynu, that have
good passible roads sit Idly by and
calmly rejoice In our misery? No,
. we believe the taxpayers on the east
side will help us make Box Rider
county what it Is destined t. be one
of the foremost agricultural and hor
ticultural valleys In the arid west.
The people of the Bear River Val
ley are proud to point to Brlghani
City as the cleanest residence town
In Utah. Its municipal light and
water system; its mercantile estab
lishments and banking Institutions
ere ornaments to that city. It Is re
i murkable, yet true, that bonding of
the city brought about the water
works and the municipal light sys
tems. Oood roads are avenues of
communication and to have these
modern conveniences it Is neceesarj
to sacrifice selfishness, territorial
I'laulsbiiess and work for the good of
the whole. To bring about the de
sired result in road-building bond
ing of the county to the full extent
of the law will be necessary. The
value of the taxable property of Box
Rider county borders on to the $10,
000,000.00 mark, which will make
Box Rider county a county of the
third claoB In 1910.
(Article 14 of the Constitution of
Utah, provides: "No debt In excess
of the taxes for the current yenr shall
be created by any county or subdivi
sion thereof, or by any school dis
trict thorein, or by any city, town or
village, or any subdivision theeof In
this State; unless the proposition to
create such debt, shall have been sub
mitted to a vote of such qualified
electors as shall have paid a property
tax therein, In the year preceding
such elec.lon, and a majority of those
E voting thereon shall have voted in
favor of Incurlng such debt."
The wisdom of the organic act Is
clearly shown In the above an hie
giving to the majority the right to
Iii the way of
There't naught to dodge, nothing id fear
in the quality of our stoic-full of Beady
to-use paints und paint in bulk. They
won't blister or chip off are unafferiril
by sun, rain cold or frosty weather
Summer or winter our paints All the bill
completely and economically .
We carry a fine line of paint brushes.
ftitsr Bros. Druo 60.
Logan and Garland, Utah. Franklin,
Preston and Montpeller, Idaho.
say what Is needed for the betterment
of condlions In their respective coun
ties. Article 4, Section 4, of the Con
stitution of Utah, provides: "When
authorized to create Indebtedness as
provided In Section 3, of this article,
no county shall become indebted to
an amount, including existing In
debtedness, exceeding two percenturo;
provided, thnt no part of the Indebt
edness allowed in this section, shall
be Incurred for other than strictly
It Is not the Intention of the writ
er to disruss how the bonds should
be floated; how taxes should be levied
to pay Interest and principal on bonds
nor any question pertaining to the
sinking fund. The county commis
sioners are governed by the laws of
the State of Utah In such cases, made
and provided. The first step Is to
get the money for road purposes;
how to properly spend It will be the
next step. Much of this work can
be done by our own cltUens.
All members of the board of gover
nors of the commercial club of Bear
River Valley, who have been Inter
viewed are In favor of bonding the
county for the construction of high
ways. Read what some of our leading
citizens have to say:
Hon. John P. Holmgren says: "I
am In favor of bonding the county
to Its lawful capacity for road pur
poses." Jos. Jensen, ex-county cTerk. said:
"Put me down In fnvor of bonding
the county for $200,000.00 for the
construction of highways. I shall
use my Influence to bring about the
Moroni Mortenen, president of th
II K V. K. O. Ass'n, said: "I am in
favor of good roads ami I cannot sec
how this result ran be obtained with
Hon. V. S. Hansen said: "I air
'certainly In favor of good roads bu'
have not as yet framed an opinion
how the money should be raised fin
Alma Nelson, one of the directors
of the First Nntlonni Bank of Brig
hatn City, said :- "Sure, I am in favor
i of bonding the county for roads Wi
j certainly have a remedy In bonding.'
P. M. Hanson, chairman of the UO
i school tXMUf I said -"1 am of the uu
qualified opinion that Box Khler coun
It should lie bonded two per eentun
of Its assessed valuation of taxable
I property for road purposes."
lle!.)w Is a statement of David
'Holmgren, manager Farmers' Cash
"In answer to the question, "Are
you In favor of bonding the county
I for the construction of high-ways?'
Will say that an affirmative answer Is
strictly In keeping with present day
progress and developments. Bad
roads have been u direct cause of loss
to us in our shipments by reason of
Inability to load cars at specified
times, thus violating contracts and
; agreements, besides an unmercifully
lot of demurrage to pay for detention
Mgr. Farmers' Cash Union."
Walter Green, the Banana Apple
man, said: "I am In favor of bond
Ing for the reason that it brings busi
ness and capital Into a country
Without good roads capital will no!
bo Invested In any community, be
sides bad roads show a non-progres
Milton H. Welling president of
the Bear River Stake, said: "Quote
me as heart and soul In the move
ment of good roads. Oood ronds
mean progress and prosperity, a bene
fit to the people who live In the clt-
i les, an advantage to the people who
live In the country and It will help
every section of our county."
The people of Bear River Valley
'will agitate this move both In Brig
I ham City and In Bear River Valley
The report of the "Country I.lve
'Committee" appointed by President
' Roosevelt recommended thlefly among
ther recommendations better means
of communication especially "good
A meeting under the auspices of
jthe Bear River Valley Commercial
Club will be held Immediately and a
1 committee will be appointed to meet
the county commissioners and milt)
hers of the Box Elder Commercial
Club for the purpose of talking up
the question of good roads, bonding
of the county and the remodeling oi
building of a new county court house.
FOR SALE. Pure bred Barred
Plymouth Hock eggs for setting. $1
for II, Apply to C, B, Anderson,
Oarland, Utah, south-east of Sugar
TOR SALE, Etc
SEEDS, SEEDS Choice Flower ft
Oarden Seeds In bulk and In packages
at the Garland Mercantile Co. It
Ready to do all kinds of harness
and saddle repairing. Oarland Har
ness Co., Pearl Annex. 2t
WINES and Muunr ror Medicinal
purposes si Rlfer Bros Drug Store, tf
Choice Flower and Oarden Seeds
In hulk and In packages at the Gar
land Mercantile Co. It
BLANK NOTES-Vot sale at
thli office. 10s per dozen.
FOR SALE Tow.i lots on Fac
tory snil Main sfpets. Enquire at the
Oarland Mercantile Go. tf
10 acres or more of land to rent
(between tree rows.) I prefer that
the land be used for the growing of
potatoes. Apply to Mrs. J. M. Jen
sen, Jr., Point Lookout, Utah. al7-24
If you receive a copy of the Oarlnnd
Olnbelwlfli ''Sample copy" written on
the corner, remember that It Is an Inven
tion for you to subscribe. $1 .BO will give
you the tllobe IS weeks and you cannot
afford to be without vour BOMB paper.
J. R. LAYT0N.
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates Furnished Free.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red,
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GARLAND HARNESS COMPANY.
J. Y. JENSEN. President
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness, Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pearl Annex, Oarland, Utah
If you want a
O i CLOTH,
D ) At Low Prices,
See A R Lundstedt
Fine l.lne of Samples to Select from.
Kvery Su't Uiiaran'icd.
T W Whitaker,
Estimates Furnished Free.
All Work Guaranteed.
contracts taken From
Foundation to Painting
CALL UP 37-0-Y-2
Jno. J. Shumvvay,
jsaMoiie to I. nan on Imptoved Farms.
Bell phone 31-1 blk. Garland, Ut.
Garland Meat Market
rTHOMAS 8r HALL, Props.i
Dealers in Fresh and Cured Meats of all Kinds
Coupon look sold I Free Delivery to
at s Big DftMpal for Cash I 4LL PAUT8 OF TOWN
Olve us a trial and we will do the rest fJT Chickens and Vial Wanted fj
N U RSERI E S.
Growers of a full line of FRUIT, ORNA
MKNTAL AND SHADE TREES; ROSES,
SHRUBS and VINES.
Our sales are heavy so far this year, but we till have in atock a
large number of the leading aortt of Applet, Chen-tea, Plums, Prunes,
Peaches and Apricots. We can supply the planter with more Jonathan,
Ben Dsvis, Gano, Vine Sap Stayman Wine Sap, Winter Banana and
Colorado Beauties than all the other nurseries in the state.
Don't fail to see our agent before buying. We are the only
growers of the COLORADO BEAUTY, who have MERCHANT
ABLE TREES for next spring's planting.
DAVIS COUNTY NURSERIES, Roy, Utah.
United SUtn Land Office.
Salt Lake Oty. Utah.
March 12. ISO.
To whom It may concern:
NoUca is hereby riven that the State of Utah
haa filed in this office lista of landa. wMected hy
the aaid State, under Section 8 of the Act of Con
grena, approved July IS, ISM. aa Indemnity School
Landa, via: NW1-4 SEl-4; LotlBSec. ; Lote 11
and 12 See. 7. T. 18 N R. IS W.. Serial 0SMS.
Copies of aaid liata. ao far aa they relate to aaid
tracta by deacriptlve suldivistona, have been
conaptcuoualy poated in thia office Tor Inepection
by any pcrann intereated and by the public gener
ally. During: the period of publication of thia
notice, or any time thereafter, and before final
approval and certification, under departmental
regulationa of April 25. 1907, proteeta or con
taeta against the claim of the State to any of
the tracta or nuhdiviatona hereinbefore described,
on the ground that the name ia mora valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purpoaea. will be re
ceived and noted for report to the General Land
Office at Washington, D. C. Failure ao to proteat
orconteat, within the time apecifled, will be cnnai
dered sufficient evidence nf the non-mineral char
acter of the tracta and the selection thereof, being
otherwlae free from objection, will be approved to
E. D. R. THOMPSON.
United Statea Land Office,
Salt I-ake City. Utah.
March IS. 1909.
To whom it may concern:
Notice la hereby given that the State of Utah
haa filed In thia office lists of lands, selected by
the aaid State, under section 6 of the Act of Con
greas, approved July 111. lsflt. as Indemnity School
l-ands, via: 81-2 NF.1-4; SW1-4 NW1-4: F.l-2
SW1-4; SW1-4SW1-4; SW1-4 SF.1-4 Sec 11: Nl-2
SW1-4; RE1-4 SF.1-4 Sec 12; NWl-4 NWl-4 Sec. 18,
NE1-4NE1-4 Sec. 14, T. 11 N. R. 19 W., Serial
0299R. Copies of aaid lists, en far aa they relate to
said tracta by deacriptive subdivisions, have been
conspicuously posted in this office for inspection
any peraon Intereated and hy bythe public gener
ally. During the period of publication of thla
notice, or any time thereafter, and lefore final
approval and certification, under departmental
regulationa of April 25, 1107. protests or contests
againat the the claim nf the State to any of the
tracta or aubdiviaions hereinbefore described, on
the ground that the same is more valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purposes, will be re
eaivad and nnted for report to the General .and
Office nt Washington D. C Failure sn to proteat
or congest within the tune specifltil. will he const
dered sufficient evidence of the non-mineral char
acter of the tracta and the aetection thereof, be
ing otherwise free from objection, will be ap
proved to the State.
E. D. R. THOMPSON.
United IMH Land Offle.
Salt LatceCitv. Utah.
March 20th. 1909.
To whom It may concern:
Notice ia hereby irivn that the State of Utah
haa fiUtl in thin office listM of landa, aelected hy the
aaid atatc, unnVr Section fl of the Act of Confrrean.
approved Julv 16. 1894. na Indemnity Bobool
I uids, viz- SI -2 Sec 10. and Sl-2 Sec. U. T. 14
N.. R. 18 W.. Serial No OHM; WI ; SEl-4: Sl-2
NK1-4 Sec. 12. T 14 N.. R. 18 W. El 2 NWl-4
Sec. 19. T. 14 N.. F 17 W.. Serial No 03032: SEl-4
8m 13; Wl-2Scc. 14:NWl-4 Sec 10. TUN.. R.
18 W., Serial No. 08028: Nl-2 Sec 13; Nl-2 See. 23.
T. 14 N . R. 18 W.. Seniil No 0.3029; SEl-4 NWl-4;
Sl-2 NE1-4: SEl-4 Sec 8. T 11 N.. R. fi W . Serial
No. 08087: Wl-2 NE-14; NWl-4 SKI 4: NE1-4
8W1-4 tec. 8. T. 12 N.. R. 17 W . El-2 SWl-4; Loll
3 and 4 Bee. 18; nk1-4 SWl-4; !.. 1. 2, 3. Hec. 19;
Lotal. 3. 4. MC. 7. T. 14 N.. R. 17 W. Serial No.
03031: Sl-2 NEI-4. El-2 SKl-4: Lot! 1.2,3.8.7.
Sec. 4. T. 11 N.. R. 2 W.. SerlHl No 03034. Copiea
of aaid list.-, ho far aa they relate to aaid tracta hy
deacriptive aubdiviainnH. have hern conapicuoualy
ptmted in thla office for innnectmn by any pernor,
intereated, and hv the public (rcncrnlly. During
the period of publication of thia notice, or any
time thereafter, and before final upproval and
ceatiflration. under iht".rtmental regulationa of
April 26, 1907. proteat or conteata atrainsit the
claim of the atate to any of the tracta or nuh
diviaiona hereinbefore described, on the ground
that the wime ia more valuable for mineral than
for agricultural purpoHea, will bo received and
noted for report to the General Land Office at
Waahington, I) C. Failure ao to protest or con
teat, within the time specified, will he coraidered
auffirient evidence of the non-mineral character of
the tracta. and the selection thereof, being other
wite free from objection, will be approved to the
E. D. R. THOMPSON,
C T. Barrett,
PLANS AND ESTIMATES FURNISH
ED ON SHORT NOTICE.
Ql-O, W. MILLER,
(ASH PAID FOR
Eggs, Poultry and Veal
Ogdcii Knitting Co.
Cilve me your onlers. Price suil quiil
Hell phone 642 blk.
TH EDISON PHUNOURAPH P'ays
your kind of music no matter what
It Is where mill as JfOU like It.
The best, latest and most popular
records. Leave your orders for any
special records desired. Call and
hear the very latest.
See our line of Filled and Solid Oold
Watches, Diamond Rings, Broaches,
Pins, Etc., Etc.
J W LEWIS.
LOCAL Agent for Edison Phones
and Records. Itlter Bros Block.
3YD & pRANCIS,
Soda Water, Etc.
Oranges, Bananaa and
Fresh Fruit in Season
giliiii Pi RHHHHHB
r Jgg JUST RECEIVED M
fr fe5 A Full Line of the Cele- p
m yjSflSfr HENDERSON fl
Hi ' Ji77- A (FASHION FORM) J?
( !Wmk CORSETS H I
iH K An thc ,atest fo,m fash" Wi 1
WllV ions ran8'n8 in price from J
pa UY $i.oo to $5.oo m
jr! IBl uf ne f Shoes is complete. All K
i nTrTnn the latest stylcs in Pattent Tdn & 1 1
Ut I G"" Metal Oxfords. !
HENDERSON Up-to )ate Shoes jKjj
-u Position F&ITO . .. ... - -tr l?fi
Corsets All Styles and Prices f i;
Gn Call and inspect our line SS
j Before going elsewhere W
W. L GROVER & SONS,
WHERE THE TEAMS STOP.
That Reminds Me I
Yes, let us remind yon once more, tlist when It comes to good H
LUMBEK snd HUIf.DING MATEUIAI. Ht 11IOIIT PHIt'KS,
we take n lisck vent fur NONE. H
r ii . ii i issfin 1 1 isa iaw'-MSawsasa Wl
The way of the "Butter-In" msy be linrd, lint the wsy of the I
ni'in who doesn't recognlzo tho money snvlni; snd satisfsction H
giving qiiHlltics of this Lumber Ynrd, Is Just hs devoid of up- H
liolstcry. k H
It's up to you. We've done our part in lsylng in the best stock H
of Lumber and Building Man i ml money can buy. Now It's your H
turn to get away with it. H
Figures on anything for thc asking. H
Don't forget that we deal in Furniture and Hardware and do H
Undertaking, too. H
JENSEN BROS., (,ARLA
IThe Tremont y wholesale Z " 1
as H Dealer in ll
Liquor House n wines liquors andD
G. A. Woodvvard, Prop. CIGARS. T
SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICESi
1 Case of Beer S3.50 On Return of Case $1.00 Rebate
1 Barrel Bottled Beer S10.50 On Return of Bottles $3.00 Rebate-
And Everything Else in Proportion.
This includes Becker's BchI and Fisher's Halt I.skc Beer.
We also Imndlc PABHT and BLUE BIBBON Beer
PLEASE CALL AND SEE US.
jsssBwssBBsagjS A Drop in Liquors We are making
w a' "" TM " "'"'' ''' '"'" ' " N' WCMtle ""' Argon-
H i"l r- II Hl" tnU raontu Call and let us tell you
M ks .ryieCj 11 about it. Lack of space In this paper
l ' A j- vyffisif -T1"! ' prlults uu rrom telling you all the
y$AWM&&Ai W1NES AND L10U0RS
ft Il4 ! I Parl Saloon,
VqEi, L4j A , Manasa, Prop.
I r AWPNQ CARLANDn
Wa la Vlffsaillw .-.UTAH....
Dealer in Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries
; Fish and Game in Season V
CATTLE AND HOGS BOUGHT AND SOLD IN CARLOAD LOTS
A Complete Line of Groceries Constantly On Hand.
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors
Garland, Utah and Cigars............
Billiard and Pool Room In Connection.
Don't Let Whisker Get the Best of Tou Qet the Best of Whlckey at the Club