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I COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I
Vol. 5. No. 13. Published at Oorland, Utah. Saturday, May 7, 1910 I
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I Mothers' Day.
I Sunday, May 8th.
H The following program will ho
carried out at the Garland hnll
H Sunday evening, at 7 o'clock.
1 Singing by the choir and
B congregation, Love at Home.
9 Prayer hy Hp. A. It. Cap
H 3 Singing, Kind Words are
H Sweet Tones of the Heart.
H 4 Speech The Mother, by
H William King.
I 5 Solo The White Carna-
H tion, by Mrs. Essie E Foulger.
H 6 Speech Mother in the
H Home, by Burdett Smith.
H 7 Original poem A Mother's
H Love, by Mrs. Lucy A. Clark.
H 8 Speech Mother in society,
by Lottie B. Smith.
H 9 Instrumental music M.
D. Evans & Co.
H 10 Speech Mother and Ed-
H ucation, by J. C. Wheelon
H 11 Response In Behalf of
H the Mothers, by Mrs. Esther
H 12 Duet Songs Mother Used
m to Sing, by Mesdames Maggie
H Wixom and Mayme Shumway.
H 13 Benediction by W. L.
M Grovei .
1 Every child will be given a
M flower in Sunday school to be
B worn in honor of their mother.
r Every mother will be given a
WjM a carnation in the evening ami
H the hall will be decorated with
m pansies and carnations.
B If the weather clears up and
B the grounds are dry enough, the
B Honeyvillc team will play a
B game of base hall at the City
B park to-day. Honeyville vs
H Notice -'Jio rofiruhir monthly
B S. S. Union meeting will be
B held in Both well Sunday (to-
fl morrow) at 2 p. in.
B Worse Than Bullets.
B Bullets have often caused less
B suffering to soldiers than the
H eczema L. W. Harriman, Bur-
B lington, Me., got in the army,
H and suffered with, forty years.
H "But Bnoklen'l Arnica Salve
H cured me when all else failed,"
H he writes. Greatest healer for
H Sores, Ulcers, Boils, Burns,
H Cuts, Wounds, Bruises and
H Piles. 25c at All Druggists.
For Closing of County
FRIDAY, MAY 13th.
The following proguam of ex
ercises will be carried out at
Brigham City on the closing
day of the county schools, next
Friday, May 18th:
Pupils from the different
schools of the county will go to
Brigham City Friday morning,
At 1 p. m., field-day events
will take place at the city park
all schools to be represented.
At 8 p. m. in the B. C. Taber
nacle, the following program
will be given:
1 Class song by graduates of
2 Invocation by Prest. Oleen
N. St. ,1,1.
3 Music by High School
4 Address of Welcome by
Supt. H. W. Valentine.
5 Class song by Brigham
6 Validictory (one getting
7 Piano solo by pupils from
8 Prize story "Our
Country's First Flag" by pu
pils from Corinne school.
9 Vocal selection by Merrill
Evans, Garland school.
10 Recitation by Hazel An
derson, Roweville school.
11 Address of Welcome by
Dr. C. W. Middleton, Salt Lake
12 Presentation of certificates
by Supt. EL W. Valentine.
13 Closing song "Utah We
Love Thee" by graduates.
The Call of the Blood
for purification, finds voice in
pimples, boils, sallow comple
xion, a jaundiced look, moth
patches and blotches on the
skin all signs of liver trouble.
But Dr. King's New Life Pills
make rich, red blood ;give clean
skin, rosy cheeks, fine comple
xion, health. 25c at All Druggists.
B I Your Best Friend
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M careful atl'ii'icin to tlic wants of itn eiiMti'iii.'i'! are some of the feulinc' of ilie BulMM
H Holiiy oi Ho Hark.
li . A Bank Book in Your Name
H Iwuad by this Ranking H , etitltl il ry eonvenlanes of modern banking.
H When oiienitiit a bank account, vou :nil a pafc ban!, conveniently located one whose
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I THE BANK OF GARLAND
M 1 M.. "i.l. Fvuns. P.v -i.l.-m Rliui A. Smith, Vicc-Proaldent. M D. EvanK. Caahier. j
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Miss Carrie Johnson and It.
ft. Korth were united in marri
age at the Logan temple Wed
nesday of this week. The bride
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
fteorge Johnson of Deweyville
and the groom is a resident of
this city, being in the employ of I
the Utah-Tdaho Sugar Co. Both
are popular young people. They
will make this city their home
and will be at home to their
many friends after May 20th, on
the corner of Austin street and
Before Justsce Smith.
The case of the Town of ftar
land vs. J. M. Austin in which
T. L. Snook, the complaning
witness, brought action against
J. M. Austin for assault, came
up in Justice Burdett Smith's
court Wednesday. The Town
of Garland moved to dismiss the
case at the expense of the com
plaining witness, which carried.
in Good Condition.
Marshal J. A. Morten sen,
assisted hy James Wigenall,has
given the city park, ball grounds,
grand stand, etc., a thorough
clean up and overhauling that
greatly improves the whole
situation. A new entrance gate
has been put up, the grand stand
repaired, the baseball diamond
put in fine shape and the trees
of the park trimmed up. Every
thing looks fine at the City park.
Thomas & Bingham, who re
cently wont out of the meat and
grocery business, moved their
building onto their property on
Main street, between the Hank
of Garland and W. L. ft rover i
& Son's last Saturday. The
transfer of the building im
proves the building row on
North Main and the company
now has the building on their
We were informed that the
firm will start up in a new line
of business soon.
Friday of last week a charm
ing daughter was born to the
wife of John T. Lent and Tues
day of this week a pretty little
girl came to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. T. Rogers All
It's time to spray for Codling
moth righl now. Use 2 pounds
arsenate i lead r ';, (one
third) pound Paris green to one
barrel of water; keep well stirr
ed and apply with force from
elevated platform; use Bord
eaux nozzle - -repeat in ten days.
Remember it is a misdemeanor
ti offer for sale wormy fruit.
For green lice on the leaves of
trees, use black leaf tobacco
slice) dip (1 pari to ."() parts
water) as soon as they appear.
ni7-21 Sort. Inspector.
A HAPPY HABIT I
Adopt the happy habit of saving, It I
Is a happy one because it will enable I
you to have things that will bring happi-
All worry about a safe investment is I
eliminated when your money is plac-
ed in our Saving Bank. The principal
cannot be lost; you are out nothing and I
there is a dividend to y o u. Open an
account with us at once. We pay four
percent interest, compounded quarter-
ly, and five percent compounded semi-
State Bank of Brigham City. mm I
UNDER 8TATE SUPERVISION AND CONTROL. I
Miss Maggie Tout, who has
made such a phonomenal suc
cess in London, Paris and other
cities of Europe with her mar
velous soprano voice, comes to
this city next Tuesday night,
accompanied by her father, E.
F. Tout, famous tenor and
Carrie Browning, celebrated
pionist. Crowded houses have
greeted her in Salt Lake,Ogden,
Logan and other places and
our citizens are promised a
treat of the genuine character.
The press of the state has
made very favorable comment
concerning her and we take
pleasure in copying the follow
ing from two of Salt Lake's
"Last night's audience at the
Salt Lake Theatre welcomed
another great singer to the
ranks of the many Utah has al
ready given the world. Miss
Maggie Tout will take her place
among the foremost rank of
American singers. Her voice
is a high soprano, big in size,
j rich in quality, with the true,
ringing effect that immediately
grips one." --Deseret Evening
"The enthusiasm of the audi
ence for the .magnificent voice
of the young singer was so great
that recalls were given in every
case. Miss Tout's voice is a
high soprano of unusual volume
and much sweetness. In the
Puccini and D'Aqua arias the
compass of the voice is exhibit
ed and high notes reached that
are attempted by few sopranos.
Owens' Hotel is under new
management agai n. N. A.
Petersen, who has had the
proprietorship of the hotel for
the past two months, turned
ilif management over to Tom
Nbgima, May 1st, who is now
the proprietor. Mr. Nogima,
is a thoroughly eompitent hotel
man, having been in the busi
ness for years. He successfully
conducted the Rising Sun rest
aurant on the opposite side of
the street for a number of years
and everybody in the Bear
River Valley kuows Tom.
The May Pole Dance. 1
The May Pole dance and
social given by the Ladies' Self- fl
Culture Club at the hall Friday I
ovening of last week, proved to K
be another very successful event I
to the credit of the Club. I
The hall was tastefully deco- I
rated in Club colors, pink and I
white, and twenty-four young
ladies, attired in pink and white I
dresses, danced around the May I
Pole and braided the Club-color I
ribbons around the decorated I
May Pole in the center of the I
hall. It was a very pretty sight
and pleased everybody. That
good old Club punch was served I
from a tastefully decorated I
booth and some excellent home- I
made candy disposed of. The I
Garland orchestra, assisted by
M. I). Evans and Clara Mowry, I
furnished excellent music
All in attendance thoroughly I
enjoyed the evening in dancing
around the May Pole and spent
an evening long to be reniem- M
Lost West of Tremonton last I
winter, one black horse colt, 1 I
.'ear old; branded F on left I
shoulder. H e w a r d . Ezra I
Harris, Blind Springs ranch. I
The Standard-Bred I
Pacing Stallion I
ALAMO EVANS I
Registered No. S0828. I
Owned by F. T. Troxell, Brig- I
ham City, Utah, will be in Brig-
ham at The Dr. Taylor barn in
the first ward, now owned by J.
M. Hess, on Saturdays and Mon- I
days. In Bear liiver ( 'ity, Tues- I
days, at Imvid Holmgren's barn. I
In Tremonton, Wednesday and Q
Thursdays, at Fife's bain. In I
Qarlandon Fridays, at Hudson's E
ALAMO EVANS is a rich I
black, stands Hi hands, weight I
jaboui 1200 pounds, three years I
THE 8TANDAKD-BRED 1
PACINfl STALLION. 1
Leeland ' Ike's, Register No. I
!!:!,'!, will a)w make stands at I
the above named days and places 1
by the same party. 1
Leeland Wilkes is a rich black, I
stands Ui hands or better, weight I
I about 1300 pounds, six years old. I
I F. T. TROXELL. I