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I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THK GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY M
Vol.4. No 20. Published at liorland, Utah. Saturday, Jnnc 1 9, 1909 H
Garland to Celebrate
July 4th and 24th.
At the mass meeting held at the hall
last Sunday afternoon, it was unanimous
ly decided to hiive I Grand 24th day of
July Celebration. Another meeting will
he held at the hall Sunday at 4 p. m. to
name tho committees and discuss the
matter of making the celebration one of
the biggest the Hear River Valley ever
All In attendance at the mass meeting
hold Wednesday evening were heartily
lu favor of having a celebration on the
4th of July. T. It. Edwards was chosen
chairman of the meeting and Adolph
Anderson secretary . The following were
named a committee to arrange a celebra
tion to consist of sports, games, dancing
and amusements for children, base ball
games, races, music, etc. with a grand
ball In the evening: John T. I.ant, A. It
Capaner, David rxirton, J. F. Owens and
J. II. Wallls.
Hurrah for the 4th! Hurrah for the
Married in Salt Lake Temple.
Wednesday , June 16th , at the Sal t Lake
temple. Miss Margrct Walker and Edward
Sorensen were united in marriage. The
bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Kphralm Walker of Syracuse, Utah, and
the groom Is a promising young man of
Kast Garland. Mr. Sorensen is well and
favorably known In this locality. Both
have many friends. They will reside In
East Garland and will be at home to their
many friends after July 1st. Congratulations.
At 8 p. m sharp today, Lay ton's fam
ous base ball 9 crosses bats with the
Champions at the Garland City Park.
I.iiy ton boasts of a strong aggregation of
ball tossers who will soon coctest for the
Another Change in
The Garland Meat Market.
Thursday W. E. Hall, who has owned
a partnership in the Garlaud Meet Mar
ket, sold bis Interests to Win Thomas,
who now becomes the sole proprietor.
Mr. Hall expects to go to the Curley
Valley to Invest his money lu land.
' Town Board.
The Town Board met at the Town Hall
Tuesday evening, June IS, full board
Petition No. 1 requesting board to raise
the saloon license to $1,600, fix hours of
opening and closing from 7 a. in. to 7
p. m. and enforce strict regulation. waa
duly considered and the matter of rais
ing license and curtailing the hours was
voted down. The clause in respect to
strict regulations was accepted by the
Boord and passed upon.
The City ordinances were carefully
revised and read before posting. A num
ber of bills were allowed and the Board
adjourned until the 1st Tuesday lu July.
Stake Relief Society Conference.
A conference of the Bear Hlvcr Stake
ltellef Society was held lu this city Wed
nesday at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. Bustdes
the Stake Relief Society presidency and
stake officers, there were present Mrs.
Thomas of Salt Lake and Mrs. Grant of
Bountiful , members of the general board
Also the Stake presidency and members
of the High Counsel. Interesting meet
ings were held and tho wards of the Stako
well represenred. A feature of the day
was a graud strawberry dinner served at
the hall from 12 to I o'clock.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is sold
on a guarantee that If you aro not satisfied
after using two-thirds of a bottle accord
ing to directions, your money will be
refunded. It is up to you to try. Sold
by all Dealers.
A-Y-P Exposition Rates
Via Oregon Short Line.
38.80 from Garland to Sent tie and re
turn; on sale dally eoinineiiclng June
lit. Ask agcuts for further part
Via Oregon Short Line
To Deader, Omaha. Kansas City, Chlca
go, St. Louis and other points, June 4, j.
11, 12, 18 and 28th. See agents for later
dates, rates and further particulars.
M20 J 26.
Mutual Fire Insurance Meeting.
At Trcmnnton last Saturday a meeting
I of those Interested In Mutual Are Insur
ance rtim held. The attendance was good
The articles of incorporation were eon
sldered and the following were chosen
directors of the company:
W.s Hansen, W. II. Glbbs, J. C.
Cutler, Jos. H. Watklns, K. Allen Roche,
oavld Holmgren, Olnf Jensen, C. G.
Adnoy , J. C. Knudsen, N. J. Valentino,
Peter Lowe, J. K Frldal and A. R.
Considerable time was taken up in dis
cussing a desirable location for the head
quarters of the company.
A rousing meeting will be held at the
Garland ball today at 1 o'clock and our
town folks should turn out en mass The
purpose of the meeting Is to further con
sider the articles of Incorporation, present
the by-laws and transact other matters of
Importance. The Bear Uivrr Commercial
Club will also be In attendance anil talk
j over the matter of exhibits, etc. Evcry
! body come out.
CollitiHton and Beaver warda will join
hands In giving a glorious 4th of July
celebration al Collinston. There will be
horso races, foot races, ball games, band
concerts Fire works at night and a
grand ball at the Bearer Mall. The
amusement committee Is hard at work
prcpalriug a tine program which we will
send to the Glube for publication next
Dr. R.J. Smith returned Wednesday
from Logan with bis fine sorrel trotter
"Jim tmndy." The animal has received
a good traiatng by Riley Kent, tho horse
Miss Pearl Sanders was a Kiie.hu m
visitor Monday .
Mr. and Mrs. Evan Morgan ipajBl Wed
nesday in Bear River Canyon the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. oeWitt Falker.
Willis Morgan of Thatcher Co. Logan,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
June 16 M
Monday (Flag Day) a game of ball was
played between the base ball nine and u
picked nine of our citizens. The score was
I to 3 in favor of the uewcyvilie 8. A
grand ball was glvon in the evening by
the Sunday School. Ice cream and cake
Mrs. Soneth newcy returned to her
home lu Rlchtteld last week.
Quite a Dumber of our people were In
attendance at the M. I. A. and Religion
Class Convention at Salt Lake City.
Miss Vivian Gardener and Mr. Cleon
Hunsaker will be married next Monday.
Mrs. Mary Dewey is visiting relatives
In Emmett. Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs.. lames Walters of Wash
ington, Utah, will spend tho summer In
A large cnwd of Relief Society work
ers went to Garland Wednesday to attend
the Stake Relief Society Conference.
Edwin Dewey had bis arm broken last
week by fulling from a pony be waa
June 16 d
Notice to Contractors.
The undersigned Board of Education
of the Box Klder School District, Boa
Elder Co., Utah, will receive bids up
to 11 o'clock a. in., Juno 21, 1909, for
the erection of three now school build
ings and the remodeling and extending
of three other school buildings. Plans
and specifications aad Instructions to
bidders can be found at the office of
the Board of Education, Brigbam City,
also at the office of Funk m Wells, archi
tects, Brlgham, and at tho otllcii of Wat
kins it Birch, architects, Dooley build
ing, Salt Lake City. Bids will be re
ceived in a segregated form for one or
more of the buildings, also for tho entire
number. Eiuii bid must be accompani
ed bjf certified check of 5 of the
amount thereof, made payable to II . W.
Valentine, Clerk of the Hoard of Ediicii
tion of the Box Elder school District, as
a guarantee that the accepted bidder will
1 enter Inli ntract and give an approved ,
liond within one weak after said work I
is awarded. Otherwise the amount is
to be forfeited to the said Box Elder
Tho Board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids or accept any part
By order of the Board of Education,
Box Elder School District.
P. M. II .ii- Pros.
II. W. Valentino, clerk,
Dated this Urd day of June, 11)00.
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THE BANK OP GARLAND. I
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I ACCOUNTS and LOANS SUBJBCT to EXAMINATION by STATE BANK EXAMINER U
Death and Burial
of Richard Edwards.
Last Sunday, June 1Mb, at the Brlg
ham City Hospital, Richard Edwards,
formerly of this city, who has been in
the care of r. Harding, died of cancer
of the mouth. The body was shipped
to this city Monday evening and Tuesday
at 10 a. m. funeral services wero held at
the Garland ball over the remains. Bp
A. It Capcner presided. The opening
song was a solo by P. A. Nordqiiisl "I
Need Thee Every Hour." Prayer by
H. P Swlnvard. Singing by the choir
"O My Father." Tho spe wcrcakers
Joseph Jensen, W. L. Orover, A. It.
Capcner and E. V. Schneider. Singing
"Guide Me to Thee." Benediction by
P. A Nordquist. The beautiful casket
was covered with flowers. The pall
licarers were II. P Swinysrd, E. V
Schneider. P. A. Nordquist and C. K.
Wilson. The remains were Interred In
I lie city cein.'icr.v, the grave being dedi
cated I iy Sanford Bingham.
Richard Edwards was 60 years of age;
.mis a native of England and has rela
tives in the state of Pennsylvania. He
has made thin city his home for the past
live years, being employed bv E. V.
i-ichnclder and H. 1'. Swlnvard, black
smiths. He was well and favorablv
known and was a peaceful citizen.
1st Counselor I). E. .Manning presided,
singing "Glorious Things aro Sung of
Zlon " .Prayer by F. 1). Welling. Sing
ing "Angel of Peace." Sacrament, ad
ministered by A. 11. Archibald and
W. H. Clayton. Win, Preston snd Annie
C. Preston wero accepted as members of
the ward. S. E Baxter and Felix Baird
were the speakers. The choir sang the
anthem "O Zlon is Free." Benediction
by John Devey,
In the evening in front of Rltcr Bros.
Drug Store a street meet lug was held.i
Fredrlc L Rogers presiding. Opening'
song "Lo the Mighty God Appearing."!
Prayer by Archie Munns. Singing "O
Mv Father." D. B. Foulger singing the1
solo. The i peakers wore D. B. Foulger
and Jos. E. Co.ibelt. Closing remarks I
by Fredrlc L. Rogers. Singing "Guide:
Us i) Thou Great Jehova.'' Benediction
by Fredrlc L. Rogers.
Breaks an Arm.
Ri i Austin, aged ityeara, son of Mr.
and Mrs G W. Austin, fell from i horse
Sunday morning and sustained what is1
termed a willow break of tho left arm.i
Mr. McFarland assisted by Dr. Francke '
mi the bones of the arm and the lad is on '
the high road to recovery.
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lasts longer than any
is more beautiful than
h a a less vibration
than any other.
is easier to operate
than any other.
makes a more perfect
I stitch than any other.
is the best of all com
bined in one. i
FREE SEWING MACHINE CO.
CHICAGO It ILLINOIS
For Sale ty
Garland Merc. Co.
Pay your Rent to
yourself by Buying
Phone 64-1 blk.
The Cup Game.
The weather man don'i like to see the
i champions play ball It seems so, any
how. Every time a good game is booked
the weather man butts in and makes It
rain or sends the wicked wind Last
Saturday's game, which started out In
line shape, was called off after the 5th
. Innings owing to a heavy wind-storm.
The five Innings played were of the
, recordbreaking order. Goose eggs filled
the score board for the V. M. C. A. and
Garland got two runs on errors. Every
body wanted to see the llnlsb of the
game, but the wind failed to lot up and
the big crowd in attendance evaporated.
Jensen for Garlaud made a record only
allowing the visitors one safe hit in the
Ave Innings. The tosser for the Y. M.
C. A. nine was not slow either and pitch
ed ball of the good eye kind It was the
first series of the Cup game and judging
from the good start the Champions made,
the game was in their favor. C. J.
Campbell scored the game and J A.
Mortenscn was the umpire
June Outing North.
Via O. S. L. Rv June Iflth. Greatly re
duced rates to Northern I'tali and Idaho
points. Long limits See agents for
ratcsand further particulars. .112 19
Garland complied with Governor
Spry's proclamation and most a 1 the
business houses lloatcd the Stars and
Stripes in honor of the day . Flags also
adorned a number of private residences
and the day was observed aa a holiday
the busiucss bouses being closed.
THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH plays
your kind of music no matter what
it is wberu and as you 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 Gold
Watches, Diamond Rings, Broaches,
Pins, Etc., Etc.
LOCAL Agent for Edison Phones
and Records. Rlter Bros. Block.
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red,
J. R. LAYT0N.
Contractor and Builder.
Estimates Furnished Free.
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To be sold at Auction at Burley, Idaho,
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GARLAND HARNESS COMPANY.
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C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness, Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pearl Annex, Garland, Utah.
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