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eeee THE GARLAND GLOBEE I
1 DEVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
Vol. No 19. Published at Oarlaiid, Utah. Saturday, Jnnc 12,1900 1
- Prohibition or
It's Up to the town Board
A special itMlon of tho Town Board
wm held at the Garland Amusement hall
Tuesday evening, at 8 o'clock, for the
purpose of considering two petitions
presented In respect to the liquor ques
tion and allowing i In supporters of both
petitions an opportunity of thoroughly
vontulatlng the questions Involved before
final action is taken by the Hoard.
Petition No. 1 was signed by 77, 26 of
whom were residents of Garland. Peti
tion No. 2 was signed by 47, all of whom
were residents of Garland.
Mayor J. C. Wheelon was in the chair
Md all members of the board were pres
ent. The Clerk read the petitions, which
were duly signed by citizens of Garland
and vicinity. Petition No. 1 requested
aald board that the liquor license be
raised to $1,600 per annum and tbat the
hours of opening and closing be fixed
from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Also tbat the
front of saloon buildings be of plain
glass with all obstructions removed.
Petition No. 8 requested said board
not to interfere with existing conditions
allowing license to remain at 1800.00
per annum and the hours of openlug and
closing from 7 a. m. to 11 p. m.
The meeting was turned over to the
supporters of the two petitions for dis
cussion and the following is the synopsis
of the arguments pro. and con:
W. L. Grover was the first speaker and
devoted bis remarks to the evils of
saloons; stated that he was willing to
leave the matter of license to the board,
but sincerely hoped that the hours of
opening and closing bo fixed from 7 a. m.
' T to 7 p. m. and gave good reasons in
support of his request, advocated plain
glass for front of buildings with no ob
structions, 1 front door, 1 back door and
that all tables, gambltng devices, pic
tures, pool tables, etc., be removed.
D. B. Foulger supported the senti
ments of W. L. Grover and favored some
move to regulate existing conditions;
was opposed to closing of saloons In
Garland and leaving them open In Tre
tin nit , made stat.ment that a Baloon man
had boasted of selling liquor on Sunday's
and tbat it was up to the officer to catch
him; laws sliinilil be Inforccd.
M. H. Welling, representing the out
lying vicinity of Garland, said:
come here to trade, the belter your town
the more we will trade here; refered to
roads, sidewalks, parks, etc., town can't
flourish that is rotten inside; above all
things for your welfare is higher public
. morality; did nut believe that closing
saloons drove trade away; substantrated
bis arguments by referring to Malad and
towns in Utah; people wont move to your
town if moral conditions are not better
than the place thoy are leavlug; advocat
ed higher license, hours from 7 a. m. to
7 p. m, strict regulations; realized ilmi
these meant the closlug of saleons that's
what I want: Hrigham has set the ox
ample, Garland and Tromont should
follow suit; referred to the i r mini; evil;
, read tho following letter from W. II.
Klchards, cashier of the First National
Band of Malad City, Idaho:
Malad. Idaho June 7. 190S.
' Pr.it, M. H. Walling-,
I herewith enclose a Utement signed by Mm
of our buaineaa men rirartllna; the closing' of the
Haloons in our town. You know ell the namea
and will know what buf, 'eea they are in. I will
eay that I believe that i,irlv all of the lir.i
men would have atgneit i, if I had had time toaee
them. All that I saw aia-ntxl It. but I have been
so buay that I could not see all of them. 1 am aura
that M par cent of the people of the town feel
aatiafladwlth the cloelng- of the Saloon.
j Yesterday wa had about 300 people at church
and I aakad if there waaany peraon in tho audience
that would like to ee the Saloons open or that
thought buaineaa would be any better if the
Balouna were running if ao I would like to have
themeUuidup- But no one atood up. Then I re
veraad the queetion and aaked a rising vote of all
S who were aatlafted with the closing uf the 8a-
loona and every person In the houae stood up and
aeemed glad to have the privelage of atanding up
to ahow what they thought of it,
I would be pleased Preit. Welling if you would
come up and" apend a fewdaya with ue ami have a
talk with the people on the queetion, then you
could see the difference in our town, 1 believe we
could give you a comfortable night's aleep without
i being aruuaed in the early morning houra by
rackets on the street in front of uur place.
I hope your people will be succeeaful In their
effort to close the Baloona.
W. H. Richards.
Also read the following statement
signed by twenty-two busiuess men of
i Malad City, Idaho:
Malad City. Idaho. June 7, 1(09.
, M. H. Walling.
Inasmuch as aome of our neighbors are trying to
make It appeal tiiat we aa buaineaa men of Malad
City feet that wa have made a miatake in eloaing
the aalouna in our Uwn and that wo are eorry auch
a move wae made, we take thle opportunity or
correcting all auch minora and aay that we do not
think any mistake waa made. That we think that
our town Is been better morally and every other
way and we are n i in favor of allowing aaloona to
be reopened. W.jru si by Zi buaineaa men.)
Moslah Evans realized the question
I wm a grave ane but did not want anyoue
to think that ho was In favor of intemper
ance; If license is raised to 11,600 It
simply means the closing of the saloons;
If prohibition prohibited it would he
differont, but in hlsexpercnce dry towns
were full of blind pigs and blind tigers
which were worse than licensed nnd well
regulated saloons; there is a business end
of the affair, Garland needs the revenue
for Improvements; believed If saloous
were closed here and left open in Tre
mont, trade would go to tbat town;
closing of saloons creates mote drinking,
moro drunkenness and cuts out the
revenue to pay expenses of maintaining
town officers and creates a tax for Im
provments. J. W. Lewis related bis experence In
prohibition distracts and preferred licens
ed saloons to conditions tbat usually
exist where prohibition is instituted; we
ncen the revenue for Improvements.
P. D. welling offered to give bis full
quoto for gravel and for improvements
and was willing to be taxed tho full ex
tent of the law for Improvements pro
vidi-il the saloons were closod.
Bp A . It Capeuer did not want to
accept revenue from Illegal businesses to
build up himself or the town; It is a
benefit both financially nnd morally to
abolish saloons; better citizens would
come bore to live aud trade would In
crease without them.
J. T. Lant believed licenced saloons
were preferrable to conditions that exist
where soloons are closed In one district
and left open in Huother; closing our
saloons is bound to Injure trade if neigh
boring towns have open saloons; favored
regulations, but was opposed to closing
them and depriving the town of the
Bp. A.R.Capenor and M. H. Welling
suggested that our saloon men go Into
some mercantile business Instead of
Mayor J. C. wheelon reported a visit
of the board with the Town board of
Tremont and stated that that body were
favorable of some action in tho matter,
but were wnltlug to see what Garland
would do. i
M. II. welling suggested that the two
town boards get together on the pro
position. The proprietors of both saloons were
present at the meeting.
Tie mi mljers of the board listened to
the arguments from both sides aud no
action was taken at this session. Next
Tuesday night ilm meeting will be
held at the town ball and the matter will
be thoroughly considered from all sides
of the question.
LOST Iron cultivator tongue between
C. W. & M. Co. and Sugar factory
Finder please notify W. K. Potter, Bell
phone 44 4 blk., Fielding, Utah.
June Outing North.
Via 0. S. L. By .lune 19th. Greatly re
duced rates to Northern I'tab and Idaho
points. I .mi'.' limits. Bee agents for
rates and further particulars. J12 10
The Special Election.
As far as Garland Is concerned Ogdcn
can build the Stale capitol. Ouly 28
votes were cast in this City Tuesday
June Hih. 12 or them favoring the tax of
1 mill for 15 years and 16 against the
The Judges of election were Peter
lenscu, Ursel Hose aud A. K. Capcner.
Tho returns were delivered to tho
County Clerk Wednesday by L'rsel Rose,
one of the judges of election.
LATER The unofficial returns show
that the peop e don't think that the
Legislature bud a right to build the State
Capitol before asking them if they could,
the vote being about 4,000 against the
proposition of a 1 mill tax.
A-Y-P Exposition Rates
Via Oregon Short Line,
38. 80 from Garland to Seattle and re
turn; on sale dally commencing June
lit. Ask agents for further part
Funeral of Rose Baby.
Last Saturday afternoon tuueral set
vices wore held at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. J. G. E. Larson over the re
mains if the Smooths' old baby of
Charlie Rose of Farmlngtou, who died
of whooplug cough and pneumonia.
)lrs Lnrseu has had the cure of tho baby
since its mother died about three months
ago. The remains were taken to Farm
lngton and entei red by the side of its
mother. Ursel Rose, L. A. Rose of Ply
mouth and Mr. and Mrs. ,1. G. E. Lar
son accompauled the remains to Farm-lngton.
Soldirrs Defeat Champions.
The Fort Douglas (Soldiers) base ball
nine came to town bright and early Mon
day and spent the forenoon In sight-seeing
arnund town. At 8 p. m. the game
lielween Champions nnd the Soldiers was
pulled off at the City Pnrk. Jensen of
(larbind and Lowe of liriirhsm did the
tossiag act for the Champions. Garland
was fine at the bat, but went to pieces
in the field work errors too numerous
to mention. The Fort Douglas boys
were good batters and excellent fleldlers
and pilled up 8 runs to the Champion's
C.J Campbell umpired the game and
W. If. Kvans kept track of the "goore
eggs" and runs.
Following Is the line-up and score by
FORT DOUGLAS O RLAND
Holf p Jenseu Lowe
Fills c Fowler
Bankstone 1 Wallis
Welch 2 Gleason
Castello 8 Miller
t ook (Nigger Baby) ss Wilcox
Adams If Kvnns
Oillisplo cf Van Leu van
Kirtpatrtck rf Green
Score by innings 128458789
Fort Douglas 0 0 8 0 18 10 08
Garland 20000100 35
Black Record of Disease.
Weekending June 6: Forty-four new
eases of eontafriouH and Infections dis
ease 15 new cases of smallpox, 15 new
i MSI of scarlet fever, three new rases of
diphtheria, six new cases of whooplug
cough, four cases of chlckeupox aud one
new ease of measles.
Twenty four houses under quarantine
for smallpox; 84 bouses for scarle fever,
seven bouses of diphtheria, 10 cases of
smallpox at isolation hospital.
Week ending May 29: Forty-one new
cases of contagion.
Week ending May 22: Sixty-four new
eases of contagion.
Week ending May 15: Fifty six new
The above is the black record of dau
gerous ami loathsome diseases to which
Salt Lake must nonfat through the in
ability of the American party administra
tion board of health to cope with a situa
tion which grows worse instead of better
as warmer weather advances. Int. Ml.
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Sewing Mac nine
runs lighter than any
lasts longer than any
is more beautiful than
has less vibration
than any other.
is easier to operate
than any other.
makes a more perfect
stitch than any other.
is the best of all com
bined in one.
FREE SEWING MACHINE CO.
CHICAGO it ILLINOIS
For Sale by
Garland iierc. Co.j
Sewer Contract Let.
The Utah-Idaho sSugar Company has
just let a contract to Davis and Heuser
of Salt Lake for the construction of a
sewer disposal plant to take earo of the
sewerage from Its up town residences.
The Main Sewer will commence at tho
Railroad borrow pit near the Garland
Flour Mill and extend duo oast along
Austin Street to a point Immediately
north of the Sugar Company's pulp silo.
This part of the work will consist of 8-Inch
sewer pipe with ten man holes aud one
flush tank for keeping the sower open
and in good working order. On top of
this will bo laid a 4-lncb farm drain tile
to take care of the surface water and also
assist In flushing the sewer as the water
collected by the drain tile will be dropp
ed in to the sewer pipe nt Intervallsnf
about 400 feet where the man holes are
placed. Rranch Hues will be laid from
the Company's houses of 6 and 4 inch
sewer and 8 inch drain tile pipes to con-
'duct the sewage and the surfaco water
to the main sewer. Everything is to be
done In an up to-date manner and will be
equal to any sewer system of its slr.e in
the large cities. The work will com
mence at once and is to bo completed not
later than September 1st next, at a cost
of 0,500 00. An opportunity will lie
given to every house holder to avail him
self of the benefits of this system by con
structing branch lines either to the main
sewer or to one of the latternls and by
paying the Sugar Company a reasonable
amount to help defray the expense of tho
first cost and thcGlobo hopes that every
oue Interested will take advantagcof this
much needed improvement to drain their
premises as well as to get rid of the dis
ease brending refuse that in the past has
been dumped out on the grouud to rot
and Infest the community with Its death
dealing germs. We think a meeting of
the citizens should be called at once to
go luto this matter most thoroughly so
that the work may be put under way at
the same time that the Sugar Company
is-Joiug its work and has the trenches
open No doubt the contractors will
be willing to make reasonable prices to
property owners to put In their lines
while they are contracting the sower and
lat.erals for the Sugar Cpmpany. Wo
hope there will be a concerted move
ment along this Hue and thereby greatly
aid in the much ueeded drainage and
sanitary conditions for our thriving
Trouble Makers Ousted,
When a sufferer from stomach trouble
takes Dr. Klng'.i New Life Pills he's
mighty -glad to see his Dyspepsia ami
Indigestion tlv, but more he's tickled
over his new, tine appetite, strong nerves
healthy vigor, all because stomach, liver
and kidneys uow work right. 25c at all
Austin Family Reunion.
A reunion of the Austin family was
held in Lchl last Friday, June 4th, at
the Lehl City park. A business meeting
was held ut 2 p. m. and at li p m. tallies
were spread in the large pavlllion and
covers laid for 200 guests. 104 inombors
of the Austin family wero present four
absent. Aflei luncheon the tables Ware
cleared and an excellent program carried
out. In tho evening a dance was giveu
and a very enjoyable time enjoyed h
all. Mrs ('has Miinns and daughters,
Alice and Mrs. Hansen of Klwooil, Mi
ami Mts. J. C. Wheelon ami Miss Alice
(inner of tills elly were in attendance
Could Not Be Better.
No one has ever made a salvo, oint
ment, lot l.m or balm to compare with
Hneklen's Arnica Salve. Its the one per
fect healer of Cuts, Corns, Hums, llrusies,
Sores, Scalds Dolls Ulcers, LY.eina. .Suit
Rheum. For Sore Kycs, CaU Boras,
Chapped Hands it's supreme. Infallible
for Piles, 100 at all Druggists.
J MONEY LOANED I
ON REAL ESTATE
LONG TIME, EASY PAYMENTS,
I RELIABLE REPRESENTATIVES WANTED
The Jackson Loan & Trust Company,
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i C I OHP General Merchandise,
in ii ii mm "Jim nm i iin ' Tremont, Utah.
FIRST The store that gives tho REST GOODS for the LKAST MONKY.
SECOND To satisfy tho demauda of our customers at a profit that will
justify you to deal with us.
We give away in l'HFMll'MS, to please you all, ONE II. I. F of the profits we
aft maklug is our business. TRY TRADING WITH US! You will soon see
where you are SAVING MONEY.
We are complete in Every Line X SHOES A SPECIALTY,
Truly Yours D. S. LOHR, Tremont, Utah.
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With our facilities we are in shape to give care- M
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UNDEB STATE SUPERVISION AND CONTROL. M
Women Who Are Envied.
Those attractive women who are lovely
In face, form and temper are the envy
of many, who might be like them. A
weak, sickly woman will be nervous and
irritable. Constipation or Kidney poisons
show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions
and a wretched complextlon For all
such, Electric Hitters work wonders.
They regulate Stomach, Liver and
Kidneys, purify the blood; give strong
in i ves, bright eyes, pute breath, smooth,
velvety skin, lovely complextlon. Many
cliHrming women owe their health aud
beauty to them. 00c at all Druggest.
To be sold at Auction at Rurley, Idaho,
on June 15th. Reduced ratof will be
made via Oregon Short Line Railroad,
tickets on sale from Idaho and Oregon
points June 13th., 14th., and 15tb., from
Utah and other points June 12th., 13th.,
14th. Ask agents for rates, or write
W T. .lack, Hurley, Idaho, for further
Via Oregon Short Line
Dally for tickets oue way via Portland.
Frequent dates for other routes. See O.
S. L. agents for further details. M39-02
Painting and Paper Hanging.
All Work Guaranteed.
Natural Wood Finishing
GARLAND HARNESS COMPANY.
J. Y, JENSEN President
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness, Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pearl Annex, Garland, Utah.
A Thrilling Rescue. H
How Bert R. Lean, of Cheny , Wash. H
was saved from a frightful death la a H
story to thrill the world. "A hard cold," H
he writes, "brought on a desperate lung H
trouble that baffled an expert doctor H
here. Then I paid $10 to tlO a visit to M
a lung specialist In Spokane, who did not H
help me. Then I went to Callflorna, but
without benefit. At last I used Dr. B
King's New Discovery, which com- H
pletely cured me and now I am aa well aa H
ever." For Lung Trouble, Bronchltia, H
Coughs and Colds, Asthma, Cough and H
Whooping Cough its supreme, 00c and H
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Eggs, Poultry and Veal U
Agent for H
Ogden Knitting Co. H
Give me your orders. Price and quaV H
Ity guaranteed. H
Bell phone 642 blk. I
Garland f Utah. I
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Real Estate I
Farm Loans, Fire Insur-
ance and Collections I
nMoney to Loan on Improved Farms. B
Bell phones 31-1 blk. and I
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Soda Water, Etc.
Oranges, Bananas and H
Fresh Fruit in Season H
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IX simply to advertise our business.
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We deal in Dry Goods, Notions, Gents'
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