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Vol. 5. No. 1. Published of Oarland, Utah. Saturday, Feb. 12, 1910 I
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V( )1 The Garland public schools
A . appropriately celebrated Lin-
H coin's hiithday on Friday (yes-
M terday) although his birthday is
M to-daj. in the afternoon the
M parents of the children visited
H the several grades and part-
M ments. A! 1 p. in. the teaeherfl
H Mid children took pari in "hoiat-
M ingand saluting the flag." At
M the Garland Amusement hall in
m the afternoon o fine Lincoln
B Day program was rendered, all
B grades taking part. The pro-
B gram carried out. was very en-
H New Automatic
I R. R. Switch.
B Messrs Call and Rice spent
B last Saturday and part of this
B week in Garland exhibiting the
H Call Automatic R. R. Switch,
B one of the greatest inventions of
B the 20th century. Crowds of
B people in this vicinity called
B at the Gem Cafe to take a look
H at this wonderful switch daring
B their stay here.
B It is certainly the best R. R.
H switches yet invented and is be-
H ing put in bv all the railroad
B W, - K'.fTW'iKtfrtifuZ'x " i&'fast as tin-
W W manufactures are turning them
H The company is incorporated
B Bnder The name of the Call
B Automatic Bwitch Oo. with a
H capital ot $1,000,000 divided
5 into 1,000,000 stiiircs of the par
B value, of $1.00 each. All stock
B is full paid and non-assessable,
fl 40,000 shares bei ug sot aside as
B working capital and treasurer)
H Mtock. The officer
B pany are Ira A. Call, president;
B Geo. K. Hardy, vice -president ;
B Lewis T. ( lannon, Secy & Tre;is.
B A. D. Irvin, general couneel and
B O. 0. White, genera manager.
B A number of our citizens have
B taken stock in the company and
B the Globe man feels satisfied
B that the investment is u good
M If troubled with inidgestion,
B aonatipation, no appetite or feel
M bilious, give Chamberlaini
M Stomach and Liver Tablets a
m trial ami you will be pleased
with the result. These tabelot
fl' invigorate the stomach and
M liver and strengthen the diges-
H ion. Hold by All Dealers.
In the Ogden yards at 8:47
j o'clock Tuesday morning the
j southbound passenger train No.
1 24 crashed into and entirely de
molished the northbound Bfalad
.Motor car. Three passengers
on the Motor car were seriously
injured and fourteen others
Slightly injured. According to
a statement giveu out from the
Southern Pacific and Oregon
Short Line railroad, the collision
j was due to the Motor car crew's
failure to obey orders.
immediately after the wreck,
the union depot at Ogden was
turned into an emergency hos
pital and those less seriously iu
Ijured wen cared for there,
while the seriously injured were
'rushed to the Ogden General
I No Olte on board the passen
ger train was hurt and many of
' the passenger! were unaware
j that any accident had happened.
The Motorcar was damaged to
I the extant of $750.
A committee of railroad of
ficials met Tuesday evening and
; placed tin1 responsibility for the
wreck on the Oregon Short
Line at the Twenty-second
street crossing Tuesday inoru-j
ing on Conductor H. W. Logan!
and Motor-man Leo Chase, who j
lhave charge of the Motor car, j
I recommending that they be dis
missed from the service of the
i Oregon Short Line.
i In accordance with the re
commendations of the commit
tee, the two men have been dis
charged. IHrel Assistant Sup
erintendent Rowlands stilted
j this afternoon that the men were
I not kept in service a minute
after the report of the com-
mittee was made known.
the public.-) V
Did you say -TipiTtB
talent? Why then come eJfl
.February 2tith and see "Jac!
()' Diamond" by the Oarland
Mutual Dramatic Co. 2t J
HV I Your Best Friend H
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B I to acquire Hue AT account 114 to beam deuoaiting and lep at it, PiMinutnuan, courtuay and 1
H I careful attntkni to th want of ita puutomri-.s am aomu of tlin foaturen of the RutinPaa I
HVik PttUcy of Uiw Bank.
I A Bank Book in Your Name ,
B iaauad by II" Hanking Hounr, onlitlaa you tot'voiy .i'.vmi.mi..-.- uf iiukI.-ih lianklng. I
Bag W hun opttiiiiur u bunk ai'numt, yuu want a Kafe bank, i m vuniently loatxl-on mhoaf I
Bag conatajit fnilaavor m to nerve you bent. On theiw linen we Invite your account. j
I THE BANK OP GARLAND.
E Moxiali Kvaim. Pivaident Kliaa A Hmitli, Vit'e-HresiiWnt. M. D. Kvanb, Cashier. I
It G ACCOUNTS ami LOANS SUBJBOT to EXAMINATION by STATK BANK EXAU1NEK I
The Rear River Stake Relief
Society Raar will be held in
this City Wedneday Fbruary
23rd, at the Oarland hall. A
matinee will be given at the hall
Tuesday afternoon, February
22nd and a Grand concert Tues
day night. Here it is in detail:
Matinee Tuesday Feb. 22nd, 2
p. in; Concert Tuesday night
Feb. 22nd; Raar Feb. 23rd and
Relief Society Conference Feb.
From the Box
Washington, I). C. Jan 26, 1910.
Hon, Thos. H. Blackburn, May
or, Brigham City, Utah.
JMy Dear Sir:
I wish to aknowledge receipt
of your letter of Jan. 21, 1910,
I informing me that at the last
session of the city council of
Brigham City a resolution was
adopted thanking me tor my
efforts to secure a public build
ing for Brigham City.
Of course I must admit that
the receipts of the Brigham City
office are not sufficient to justify
the appropriation, under the rule
of the Committee of Public
Buildings and Grounds of the
Senate and House, but I am in
hopes of convincing them that
it would be a good thing to have
a public building at Brigham
Assuring you that I shall do
everything in my power to se-
ure the appropriation for a
federal building in your city, I
Yours Very truly,
Purchased A Stallion.
Li F. T. Troxell and A.
Mfr oM stallion from Mr.
WThoiiiison, the great
Bin of Salt Lake, who has
TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
There are many off you. I
That we appreiate yourpatranaft, your loyalty I
and steadfastness, fully as much as you appreciate H
the help we have at times been able to furnish you, H
goes without saying.
HOWJfiYEB. wewant to take this public method H
of thankihg you for past jiatronaga snd with full H
confidence that this patronage will continue, we M
pledge you our best endeavors in the future as you
have had them in the past. H
Wishing you an increasing measure of Happi- B
ncss and Rrosiierity for the year 1!)1(), we are, B
Sincerely Yours, -
mi State Bank of Brigham City. I
UNDER STATES SUPERVISION AND CONTROL. H
L. o. C C.
The Ladies' Self-Culture dab
met in regular session at the
! home of the President, Mrs.
Celia M. Orover, Thursday
afternoon of this week, Mrs.
Marie Wing presiding. Twelve
members of the Club were pre
sent and thh following were
guests of the Club : Mesdames
R. E. Baxter, R. C. Wing, May
me Orover, Geo. Henrie, Mrs.
James Brough and Miss Louise
The minutes were read and
accepted. The story "Dorthy
Vernon" was completed at this
session, Mesdames Maud Som
sen and Nellie Rose doing the
The date of the grand char
acter ball, which was to have
been given Feb. 14th, was
changed to March 2nd.
During the afternoon Mrs.
Marie Wing sang a beautiful
vocal solo and Miss Mary
Orover entertainted all present
with some choice piano selec
tions. Delicious refreshments were
served anil Mrs. Mantina Jen
sen will entertain the Club two
Big Sale on at the Foulger
Company for 10 days. Don't
forged to call. It
During the engagement of the
Walters Stock CompaU) ;'t the
Garland Opera Douse, which
runs for three nights, commen
cing Monday, Feb. 14, a drama
tization of Bertha M. Clay's
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Died in Mantua. I
Mrs. Dean Nelson Jeppeseu, . I
wife of Joseph B. Jeppcsen, of B
Mantua, died at her home in B
that place Monday evening of fl
this week from the effects of a ffl
complication of diseases. Mrs. H
Jeppesen was a trained nurse
and was well and favorably H
known throughout the entire1 H
county. The funeral services , H
were held at the Mantua meet- w H
ing house Friday afternoon. H
Among the relatives and friend ifl
who attended the services from H
this city were Mr. and Mrs. H
Joseph Jensen, Mrs. Peter Jen- H
sen, Mrs. James Jensen and H
Mrs. Myrtle Gleasou. '
"Jack O' diamond" Febru- I
ary 2(ith. 2t I
Reason Enthroned, H
Beoauae meats are so tasty
they are consumed in great ex-
cess. This leads to stomach w
trouble, biliousness and con- M
stipation. Revise your diet, let M
reason and not a pomiiereil
appetite control, then take a
few doses of Chiimberlain'.-
Stomach ami Liver Tablets and
you will soon be well again. fl
Try it. For sale by All Dealers.
Samples free. B
If the square contains a H
blue X it is only our signal gjfl
that subscrijitjon to M
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