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Vol.4. No. 44. Published at Uorlond, Utoh. Saturday, Deo. 4, 1909 l
J J w PRIZES AWARDED
Ladies' Self-Culture Club
For the Best-Kept General Surroundings off the
i The grand ball given at the
Garland hall by the Ladies'
Self-Culture Club Tuesday even
ing of this week, at which the
prizes offered by the Club fori
the best-kept general surround
ings of the home were awarded,
was well attended and proved
to be one of the most enjoyable
socials of the season.
Members of the organization
met at the hall in the afternoon
and tastefully decorated the in
terior of the building in pink
and white crepe Club colors.
G rover's orchestra furnished the
music and everybody seemed to
have a genuine good time.
At 11:30 p. in., D. B. Foulger
in behalf of the L. S. C. C,
made a very appropriate speech,
giving a brief historical sketch
of the Club from its first organ-
Monday evening at the home
of Mrs. .1. A. Oapener of Riveiv
side, a kitchen shower was given
Miss Ethel Ford of Centerville,
who is soon to become the bride
of Ralph Richards of Riverside.
About (K) guests were present, a
number of them being from
Garland. Entertaining parlor
games were indulged in chief of
which was a guessing contest.
Mrs. Dr. Wm. L. Rich carried
off the prize in this contest and
Bradely J. Trunnell was award
ed the buby prize. A shaddow
pautomine was an amusing
feature of the evenings enter
tainment. Delicate refresh
ments were seived and Miss
ford was the recipient of num
erous useful and ornimental
household presents. A very
pleasant evening was spent.
Lost, strayed or stolen 2
geese from Oscar Harris' resi
dense. Find e r notify Mr.
ization up to the present time
and referring to the social and
civic advancements being made
by this excellent organzatiou.
In conclusion he presented the
prizes offered by the Club to the
winners, as follows:
1st prize beautiful silver cup
, to J. W. Lewis.
2nd prize handsome rocking
'chair to Mrs. C. J. Campbell.
I A number of others were com
Iplimented for their Well-kept
The judges were: Mrs. Annie
Edwards, chairman; Mrs. Celia
M. Grover, Mrs. Nellie Rose,
Mr. J. C. Wheelon and Mr.
J. T. Lant.
Mr. Lewis and Mrs. Campbell
both expressed thanks for the
gifts and the honors conferrod
The recent cold snap clogged
up the flumes of the beet shed
and the slicer "laid off" a few
hours Monday morning, but it
did not delay the sugar boiling
department and the run Mon
day was above the average.
Everything is going on lovely
at the factory. Over 750 tons
of beets are being sliced daily
and the ware house is being fill
ed with condensed sweetness at
a "get-up and go-some gait.
Supt. T. H. Edwards is well
pleased with the season's run
so far and is satisfied that this
year's run will be a record -braker.
For Eczema, Tetter & Salt Rheum.
The intense itching charac
teristic of these ailments is al
most instantly allayed by Cham
berlain's Salve. Many severe
cases have been cured by it.
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I ACCOUNTS and LOANS 8U WBOT to MAMINATION by STATE BANK EXAaflNBB I
MENT. Jap Skidoes With Near
ly $1,000 belonging
to Japanese Labor
er. $100.00 Re
H. Inowye, a Japanese fore
man, in charge of the Japencse
employed by Mark and II. Hall,
"flew the coop" Monday with
nearly $1,000 in his posession
belonging to Japanese laborers.
He came to town in the fore
noon and drew the money from
the bank for the laborers and
told them to go to the depot and
and wait for his arrival. They
waited, but Inowye failed to
show up with the "glew" and has
not been seen sinee. The Japs
of this city are out about $-r.r0.
00 and the Corinuo Japs $360.00.
A reward of $100.00 has been
offered for Inowye's capture
and it is hoped that he will be
located, captured aad punished.
We feel sorry for the poor Japs
who lost the money.
DRINK8 CARBOLIC ACID.
On the evening of Thanksgiving
day at the home Of Mr. and Mm. N.
L. Brown, formerly of this city, who
now reside at 249 West, 34th street,
Ogden, Victor Turner, son of a rail
road conductor, drank carbolic acid in
the presence of his sweet heart, Mias
Libbie Brown, and died about 15 or
JsU minutes later. Before he drank the
poison he said: "I am going to Join
the man with the cross-bones."
Miss Brown's statements to an Og
den Standard reporter, were to the
effect that Mr. Turner and her were
good friends and on the best of terms
and that there was absolutely no rea
son for him committing the rash act.
Medical aid was summoned, but the
young man was too far gone to be
saved and he died shortly after.
Funeral services were held in that
Bp. A. R. Oapener presided.
Singing by the choir "We
Thank Thee O God for a Pro
phet." Prayer by J. F. Devey.
Singing "He Died the Great
Redeemer Died," Sacrament
administered by Elders Felix
Baird and Lewis O. Johnson.
The following officers of the
Y. L. If. I. association were re
leased: 2nd Counselor Belva
Welling ; Secretary Mary 0 rover.
The following were sustained in
said positions: Julia Baxter
2nd counselor; Alice Munns
secretary, Jesse Groosbeek,
Asst. secretary; Fawn Richards
The following were the speak
ers: J. P. Christensen of El
wood and A. H. Gleasou.
Singing "O Ye Mountains
High." Benediction by Felix
Baird. No. present 76.
L. W. Preston, Ward Clerk
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UNDER STATE SUPERVISION AND CONTROL. M
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Owing to the fact that the
dreaded disease of small-pox has
made its appearance in our vic
inity, and as it seems to be more
or less scattered throughout the
state, wo desire to call the at
tention of the citizens of Gar
land and vicinity to existing
conditions. So far, it has not
been necessary to discontinue
our schools and other public
gatherings, as has been the
case in some localities.
In order to prevent the spread
of this disease we trust that
our citizens will take it upon
themselves to assist in the
"To prevent contagious diseases
is alike the duty of the citizen
and the health authorities.
Neither can succeed without the
co-operation of the other. By
their combined faithful dis
charge of the obligations rest
ing upon them, many lives may
be saved and much suffering
and loss pre vented. No fact is
better established than that con
tagious diseases may positively
be prevented by means of the
restriction and destruction of
the germs which are their sole
cause, and which in turn can
originate only in a person
affected with the disease. The
practical methods by which
this may be accomplished are
quarantine and disinfection."
Sec. 1107, Laws of Utah.
We also desire to call your
attention to the law, relative to
this matter. Sec. 1111-1113-1118
Revised Laws of Utah, 1!K)8, as
"All physicians or other per
sons having knowledge of the
existence of any contagious or
infectious disease, or having
reason to bolieve that any such
disease exists, are hereby requir
ed to report same forthwith to
the local board of health."
"All physicians or nurses, or
other persons having been ex
posed to any contagious or in-
fectious disease, are forbidden LW
to mingle with other persona LW
subject thereto, in the clothing LW
worn by them while so exposed, M
unless the same has been H
thoroughly disinfected, or to M
otherwise expose any other per- S
sou to such contagion or in fee- kt
"Any person who shall wilfully M
or unlawfully or knowingly in- Lt
Itroduce any contagious or in- M
fectious disease into any county, M
city, town or village, or who M
neglects or refuses to comply Lw
with any of the provisions of M
this title, slmll be deemed guilty H
of a misdemeanor." M
The local health board has kt
decided to inforce the law and H
anyone found violating these H
rules will be handled accord- H
Very Respectfully, H
Dr. J. M. Francke, H
Joseph Jensen, H
L. J. Somson, H
Board of Health. H
DOUBLE BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Joseph Jensen and Mrs. J. A. Wixom M
were both born on the same day of M
the month November 29th. Their H
many friends united in giving them H
a very pleasant birthday surprise at H
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jen- H
sen Monday evening. The jolly crowd H
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ursel H
Rose and went in a body to the Jen- H
sen home. Mr. Jensen was out look- H
ing after the sick and afflicted and M
vhon he returned he was certainly M
surprised to iind the house filled with H
bis friends. Mrs. Wixom was sent for M
later, but she hud retired for the night M
ami it took ull kinds of schemes to get M
her up and out. Of course "ye editor" fl
knew all about it and had dressed up M
on the pretence of going to a special M
meeting of the Town Board. Well, M
the surprise was a grand success, and B
a good one. H
The evening was very pleasantly H
spent in playing "pltt." Felix Baird M
was the champion ut one table and H
Mrs. Maggie Wixom carried off the mM
laurels at the other. Candy, pop corn
and other delicacies were served aad JLO
the social conoluded with a grand can- H
dy pulling contest. Those present H
were Messrs. and Mesdames Joseph H
Jensen, J. A. Wixom, J. C. Wheelon, M
Ursel Rose, W. L. Grovor, M. B. Bag- M
ter, George Gleason, Poter Jensen, H
Felix Baird, Mrs. M. D. Kvans and fr. H
Sarah Jensen. H