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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY JH
Vol.4. No Hi. Published ot Garland, Utoh. Saturday, May 22. 1909 fl
Last Saturday's Game.
Fielding's famous nine blew Into town
last Saturday with fond hopes of whining
4 (Up first game of tlio series In tUo contest
for tin- cup. Lowe mid Hiimslmw of the
Hrlgkam team IM in th-dr lit,B.i, alMi
Garland's nine refused to coutctt for tbe
rnp uudor these conditions. A friendly
game Ml Indulged in, however, nnd the
oup contest culled off for the day.
The game was full of irlngcr Hiid with
the exception of n few wild plnys It wm
h No. 1 demonstration of ball tossing.
Jests for Gariatid allowed the visitors 8
hits while Lowe for Fielding gave the
home team but 7. Considerable cn
l hosiasui was manifested and rooters for
lioth uluex howled themselves hoarse.
TliS Mini and Score :
Jensen p Lowe
Fowler o Stayncr
Gtaen lb 'Veiling
Glcason 9b Stayner
Miller :i!i Wilcox
Wlclox rs Uiimshaw
i lease i n If Hess
Van Leuran cf Howen
Evans if Farmsworth
Hcore by Innings I 2 :: t :. i; ; s p.
Garland 04000220 8
Fielding on ii ii ii i ii :: 07
Umpire C..1. Campbell.
Henrtr It. It, Hush.
I Karly In the evening a matched foot
I race between Kph Coombs auil Hen
B Huntakor for a pursu of 130 whs pulled
I off. Coombs won by an Inch according
I to tbe Judges. Anolhnr race between
I these two famous spirlers was arranged
nnd Hen carried off the lniiral. Time 2
lire. 45 minutes.
I Street Grading.
The Town Hiard, under direction of
Marshal T. I.. Snook, has begau the work
I of street grading in earnest Tuesday
1 Park avenue was lived up in good shape,
fl Wednesday C itler street was nicely
(8 graded and I 'htir-id iv work began on
B, Kvnns avenue Ilanford atreet is next
In order and before long nil our streets
m will present a tine appeuranre.
Big Game Today.
1 AttheCily Park ball grounds today
I .1 3:'I0 p. in., the Y. M. C. A. team of
i Salt Lake City will play a friendly game
V with Garland1', nine. The game proni-
9 lies to be the best of the seasou.
9 8th Grade Graduates.
A Following is the list of 8th grade
rraduates this year of the schools named
I -land Hazel Kdwtirds, Alia Harris .
I .J Campbell, Vernon Kliodei, Hazel
,ht, Iva Vimlleet, Mary Nlhart, Jessie
sbeik and Mid red MichuclN.
I Garland North Laura . Itice and
I May King.
Fast Garland -Ellis Karl, Leo Oylcr,
I Lee Isaacson, Henry Sorenson and Win.
I II. Walker.
Fielding lamella Mason, Iris Coombs,
I Kdllh Walker, Alvin Hess, Alice Ash
B -roft. Leo Karl, Sarah A. Coombs. Ida
Cannon, Wllda Hess and Gilbert Hess.
B Itlverslde Vein Mason, Ethel Hales,
8 Verl Carlton, Iva Ward and Mabel Udy.
I New Maple Dance Floor.
9 A line, new maple floor was put down
at the Garland Amusement hall this
week and dam ing In Garland hereafter
'S will bo a real pleasure lu all proballly
$ a canvas covering will he spread over
i the floor to preserve It from being mar-
fc red while the hall is being used for meet-
ing purposes. A force of men and boys
3 gave their services free In laying dowu
Vl the floor and plaining and smoothing it
f off. After tlw Orst lrco the floor will
(L lea daisy. The dancing public have
B reasou to be delighted over the uew
LADIES' SELF CULTURE CLUB.
The Ladies Sclf-Culttiro Club met at I
the home of Mrs. Marie Wing ThurMlay
afternoon, May 13lh. Prest. Bertha j
Campbell presiding. The roll call show-
ed It members and the following visitors
present: Mrs. It. L. Hush, Mrs. Grace
Harding, Mrs. Ed Itogers, Mrs. Claud
Cornier and Miss Daisy Harding. After
a discussion it was decided to only offer
SfiSSI for the best kept surroundings
from May 1st to October 1st, within illi
cit)' limits. The following ladles
were chosen as a committee to award the
two prlr.es: Mcsdames Whcclon, Lant,
Itose, drover and Edwards.
Mrs. L'icy A. Clark gave a report of
the recent meetings of the Presidents of
Woman's Clubs held in Salt Lake
City. Mrs. Cimpbcll read the story
Delicious refieshnnnts w;rc served
j and the Club adjourned for two weeks
' to meet at the home of Lucy A. Clark.
Up. A . it. Capencr presided. Singing
"Praise Ye tbe Lord." Prayer by F. O.
Haws. Sieging "Onward Christian Sold
ier." Sacrament administered by Elders
Jos. F. Devey and John Drvcy. J. ).
Morgan and family and Jam:s May
weie accepted as members of the ward.
The speakers were Up. A. It. Capeuer,
Wm. King, D. U. Foulger, F. I). Well
ing and Lucy A'. Clark who devoted
their remarks to the peace movement.
The choir sang an anthem. Ilenedie
tion by Fredrlc Itogers.
. . .
At 5 p. m. the regular monthly Stake
Sunday School union mcoting was held
at the hall and in the evening a conjoiut
session of the M. 1. Assns. couveuiened.
Reunion of Kiog Family.
A reunion of the family of T. F. King
was held at his rSsMtSJOS in North
Kartnfngtou, Saturday, the occasion be
ing the sixty-seventh anniversary of Mr.
King's birth. Besides the member! of
his family, there were present Patriarch
Thomas Steud and wife, Mr. and Mrs,
tCphraim Hatch of Woods Cross, Mr. and
Mrs. El! Manning, Mrs. Temperance
Moon, Mu. Ellen liarkdull and the
Misses l.ouisc and (trace Moon.
Dinner was served at 4 p. in. The
table was tastefully ladeu with the
choicest eatables. The centerpiece con
sisted of a large birthday caka, the
crown piece bi'iiriug tlu title "Falhor,"
and a beautiful bouquet of carnations
presented by Mr. Kiug's couslu .Mrs!
After partaking of tho repast, all
assembled in tin; parlor, when; Air. King
was presenu'.l with a valuable gift from
his children, being a beautiful gild
signet riug iiearlug his monogram. A
lilting presentation speech wa made by
Thomas , King, which was feelingly
respouded to by the guest of houor, Mr.
, King. Patriarch Steed then made a few
remarks, eulogizing tin- sterling Integrity
and geueral good qualities of Mr. King
and encouraging his children to emulate
his good example.
The latter part of the evening was
pleasantly spent in social conversation
and an impromptu progtam. iSougs and
musical sclelions concluded the enter
Farmer, fruit raisers and beet growers
of the Bear Itiver Valley are all rejoicing
over the recent down-pour of raia. In
fact everybody is rejoicing. Thissprlug
has been cold, dry and backward, but
the recent rain and warm weather is
making the crops boom.
1 - j The ability and Integrity of the Officers and
OOTCQUUI vl3 Director!, of a bank are greater safeguards to 1
i depositors than the bank's capital and surplus. The directors or this bank
are men of wide reputation, vl.:
JOHN C. CUTLER or CUTLER BROS.
W W RITEIt f- ..DKSKKKT SAVINGS BANK
THOR It OUTLBB of ....UTAH-IDAHO SCGAIt 00.
MOSIAII EVANS of ...UTAH IDAHO SCGAIt CO.
GEO ROMNFY of . DESEHET NATIONAL BANK
II G. WHITNEY "f DESEHET NEWS
I KLIAB A. SMITH of .. .DESEHET SAVINGS BANK
GEO. T. ODELI ,f C.W. &M. CO.
I 1 THE BANK 01 GARLAND.
I I Mosiak Bvan.. PisMiant. Etlas A. 8mith. Vi-Pr..ld.nt. M. D. Evans. Cashier. I
S f ACCOUNTS and LOANS SUBJBCT to EXAMINATION by STATE BANK EXAMINER G
Married in Salk Lake.
II. F. Miller, our popular InusorJal
artist, and Miss. little Pickering of Salt
Lake City, were united iu marriage at
Salt Lake City, Thursday, May 20th.
Miss Pickering Is one of Salk Lake's
popular young ladles the daughter of
Mrs. M. A. Pickering.
Mr. Miller l too well known here to
need any Introduction and his many
Mends will be pleased to learn that he
, has become a benedict. t
They 1H make this city their home.
ELBERTAS VICTORIOUS AGAIN.
The ball game nt Garland Saturday.
May 8th, between the Amateur Cham
pions and tho Brigham Elbertaa, whh
one or the best jennies played in thin
county for a long time, according to
tho88 who attended. I'ntil the fifth
inning, nothing WM doing on either
aide, so when Garland enme to the bat
they scored 2 runs. In the sixth, the
ICIbertas made one tally and Garland
scored one more.
The fire works were set off In the
seventh when Tolman, first man at
the bat, made n home run. Brigham
simply went wild, and the Champions
went into the air. In this same in
ning, HnmHhnw made it three bagger,
nnd the Elbertaa just naturally poun
ded the horsehlde nil over the field.
When the "Peaches" were Anally put
out. they had piled up six more runs
to their credit, and during the remain
der of the game, made one more tally,
giving them S to the Champions 3.
That was undoubtedly the worst drub
bing the ChampionR ever had, but
they were outclassed by their sturdy
opponents, who played u "peach" of a
The Elbertaa attribute their vic
tory. In a measure, to the vociferous
yelling of Jack Knudaon, Joe Zimmer
man. Jack Pierce and Dr. Bryan.
Nothing helps like good support from
A big crowd went over from Brig
ham, most of the ball team going over
In automobiles. Brigham has finally
stgnej up Lowe for the season, and
expects to land an expert catcher by
the name of Fuller, which will make
a team hard to beat. Box Elder
Space will not permit us to mention all
the good things wc would like to say
about tho idi'-iin Class entertainment
at the ball Thursday Kight, May 18
A most excellent program was carried
out and refreshments consisting of Ice
'ream and cake served. The entertain
ment gave entire satisfaction.
Saturday, May 8th, the Foulger Co.
gave away a fine griipliapbone and live
pairs of throw to the lucky ones who
vlsUcd their store on the above date.
Following Is a 1st of the lucky winners:
Graphaphonn J. A. Wixom.
Men's oxfords Alva Rhodes.
, Ladies' oxfords Adelia Johnsou.
I Boy's shoes .las McFerson.
Girl 'a shoes Peter Boss .
; Baby's shoes Lawrence Hawkins.
The Town Board met at the town hall
Wednesday evening, May 10th. AH
members present except Trustee Jensen.
Several complaints were considered in
respect to minors entering saloons and
The Health Board reported some im
provements In siiintnry conditions.
Clerk Instructed to request companies
to remove poles from center of Austiu
An appropriation was made for re
pairing (irand aland and putting water
The am uiuii in expended in procuring
gravel pit and grading Main St. was
A number of bills were allowed.
Adjourned to meet on the 1st Tuesday
Joseph Jensen was on the sick list the
fore part ot this week.
Miss ltena Balrd returned Sunday rrnm
a visit to Brigham City.
P. A. Nordqillst and son Orvll were
Ogden visitors Thursday.
D. II. Marble or Dewey villa was In
town on business Thursday.
Er.ra Jensen and Miss Pearl Jeusen
were Ogden visltois Monday.
J. C. Wheelnn went to Blackfool,
Idaho, Monday returning Thursday.
Miss Sarah Fowlor went to Salt Lake
Thursday to spend a week or ten days.
J. J. Thompson is erecting a fine
addition to his homo in Garland North.
A tine daughter waa born to Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Thomas May i2lh.
W.C. Weaver of New York was the
guest of J. C. Whcelon ami family Tues
day. Thos Carter has hegn the erection of a
tin .- dw-lliuir on his farm Jsut south of
A fine plate glass front was put Into
' Jensen Bros, new furnuturc sine Wed
C. W. Lawrence, real estate and loan
agent of Corinnc, was iu town on business
llyrum Jensen of Collinston
was in Garland on business last
The Misses Hatcl and Vera Edwards
i returned Sunday evening from a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cutler
spent hist week in Lehi and Salt
Lake visiting relatives.
I Mis. J. H. Welling of River
side presented her husband with a
fine daughter May 7th.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Green went down
to Lnyton Thursday to attend the wed
diug reception of Mrs. Green's sister.
Gen. Mgr. B. F. Riter of Riter
Brov Drug Co., was here on
business Monday and Tuesday.
Adolph Anderson returned
Sunday evening from a few days
visit with his family in Salt Lalce
Piter Bros. Drug Company put up two
newly patterned roll-up awnings to the
trout door and window of the drug store
T. F. Coombs of Fielding was a south
bound passenger Thursday enruuto to
Brigham City to attend the meeting of
the Board of Educatiou.
Monday tho County Commissioners
granted the petition of M. II. 'Celling,
Oleen N. Btohl, etal, to raise county
liquor license to (1,500 a year.
Thos. Wise has secured a position at
J. F. Owens butcher shop and is making
regular trips with the meat wagon
throughout the Bear Rivee Valley.
Tom is a hustler.
Saturday May 8, John Devey's
team run away and bumped into
the band stand, the wagon tongue
tearing a hole nearly large enough
to put the bass drum through it.
Wm. Preston and son Lorin
W , went to Preston last Saturday
to attend the funeral of Roy
Allen, who was killed by a large
rock falling upon him while work
ing on a dam at Woodruff, Idaho.
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ON REAL ESTATE
LONG TIME, EASY PAYMENTS,
1 RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
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DC I AUD General Merchandise,
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justify you to deal with us.
We give away In PREMIUMS, to please you all, ONE HALF of the profits we
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where you arc SAVING MONEY.
We are complete in Every Line X SHOES A SPECIALTY.
Truly Yours D. S, LOHR, Trtmont, Utah.
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The Globe's new press ar
rived to late for this issue and
through the courtsey of the
editor of I'remont Times we
printed our paper on his
Washington Wc hope to
hare the new press in
working order for our next
Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Fife were made
happy Thursday by the sftfc arrival of a
Goss Rroa. unloaded a line new J. I.
Case 40 horse power cugiue T burst! iv .
J. M, Simpson moved lilt household
goods to Tremont this weAk aud will
leave nest week for westeru llox Elder
with a steam plowlug mil (It .
Mrs. Dr. L W. Richards, Jr.,
left Sunday to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Snow of
Orangeville, Emery Co., Utah.
Dr. Richards uccompanied her
as far as Salt Lake returning
The beautirul silver, gold-lined cup
won by Alva Rhodes at the Irrigation
Congress held in Ogden iu September,
1903, and presented to him by 11. O.
Havcmeyer for tho best beets rained
under irrigation, is now on exhibition at
the Bank of Garland. The cup has been
on exhibit at all Irrigation L'ougresses
and will be sent to Spokane for exhibition
at the Irrigation Congress this fall. It
is a beauty and Garlaud should frel
proud thai they can boast of a man who
won such a prize.
OAKLAND HARNESS COMPANY.
J. Y. JENSEN, President
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness, Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pearl Annex, Garland, Utah.
QEO. W. MILLER,
CASH PAID FOR
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