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Bntred a accofui-cluaii mattnr l-Vbniary 10.
1908, at tho potit office at Garland. Utah, under
tha Act nt Conru of Mnrch S. 1R79.
Saturday, .Jan. 91, 1911.
j I Towering
Bo snyn the Tremont Times.
"The editor of the Garland
GHobe in its last issue pets off
some of his original (?) witti
cisms concerning Trenioiiton.
He thinks we must be son be
cause the Barley Special did
not slop here. There was no
need of it, Brother Whtom,
Tremonton can get along with
out it. lint Garland need I
everything in that line to en
able her to hold her own. She
has been trying for the past
even years to catch up with
Tremonton, out has not been
able to io so, although sin has
caught everything else from
measles to small-pox. And as
for Tremonton being on the
l map, why, if her Partners should
stop raising beeta (sugar beets,
not dead heats, (Jarlaml's pro
duct,) for about two years,
there would be no Garland on
the map and her inhabitant
would have to take to the woods
or move to Tremonton to make
If Kichard Bellamy should
write an addition to his book
"Looking Backward," no doubt j
we would find him Speaking of
"Behold in the last days
Enoch came down to earth to j
take a city up as an addition to j
his. After searehing the world
over to find an ideal town he
came across Tremonton and
forthwith lifted her heavenly
ward. In the meantime Gar
land had grown to be the county
scat of Hear River county with
a population of 20,000 souls, I
and the dead sea (once Tre
monton) was used as a dump
ing ground for the prosperous
metropolitan center of the inter-mountain
Move to Tremonton if you
want to go up. She'll be off
the map soon.
For a State "apitol.
The following from the Box
Elder News should meet the ap
proval f all broad-minded citi
zens in T'tab and it is hoped
tluit the Legislature will act
along these lines:
"One of the things mentioned
in the message of Governor
spry to the legislature, wan the
imperative need of a State Cap
itol building. The expression
of the Governpr will doubtless
meet the approval of the major
ity of the law makers as well as
the citizens of the state, for
Utah is cortainlv of sufficient
Importance in the union, and is
YOU WILL NEVER BE SORRY;
For doing your level best.
For being kind to the poor.
For hearing before judging.
For thinking before speaking.
For standing by your principles.
For stopping your ears to gossip.
For being generous to an enemy.
For being courteous to all.
For asking pardon when in error.
For being honest in business dealings.
For giving an unfortunate person a lift.
For promptness in keeping you promises.
For putting the best meaning on the acts of others.
Let us all resolve to practice these admirable maxims during
the coming year, and thus establish more harmonious relations
with our fellow-men.
All in favor of this resolution, say "I."
Qarried unanimously amidst great applause. Fatiieu Timk.
IMMaTaVMoru. aSfaW aTaPl SSMaWaSSBaW " aWaTaTa
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surely financially able to erect
such a building.
Our civic pride is more or less
hurt !y the fact that we have
no place of our own from
whence the government of the
state is dispensed, but have to
rent quarters from Salt Lake
City and County in which to
house the various departments
This is certainly not as it !
Should be in a state with the I
resources that Utah has. We
want a State Capitol, a building'
of which we will he proud
through all the coming years,
and a building eommeasurate
with tin- growth and develop
ment of the state.
States younger in settlement
have handsome state buildings,
and there is no state anywhere,
which has a better location than j
tluit proposed for the State'
Capitol on Capitol Hill ill Salt
Lake ity. The legislature will
strike a responsive chord in the
hearts of the people, if it enacts
men sure providing for the
erection of a State Uuildinir."
Notice for Publication.
Department of the Interim.
United Slate Lata OftVc
at Salt Lake Citv, Utah.
Jan. ISlfe, 1911.
Niiii-- i hereby iriven that John Hcltman. of
I'ark Va'li'y. IMuh. who. on Junv 17. 1P07, made
Ilr.mes ead ntry r-o 168H0, Seriiil ' o 02602. for
Kl-'J NW1-4, Nl-2 SWl-4. Se.tion 14. Town
kip II Nort . Range 13 Went, alt Lake Merid
an. has filed notice of ml- nlior to make final
five-yiar pro- f. to etft!ii:h claim to the land
above described, bef' re the Clerk of the District
I ourt. at Rriffham City, Utah, on the 1st day of
Claim. ni names as witnenna:
dam Larson, of RriRhum "Uv. Utah: Nell
, Jensen, of IlriKham City. Utah; Vick Johnson, of
I I'ark Valley, Utah; Kdward Holtman. of Kelton,
E. IJ. R. THOMPSON.
H. F. MILLER. Prop.
Manausa ) ( Garland,
Block....) ( Utah.
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Dr. r. m. minter,
17 years Experience
J. W. GOHEEN,
Light and Heavy
Repairing Promptly and
UNRAVF' CD HIS UNOF'EAR
Young Woman Weil-Meant Effort In
Church Made Thlnga Rather
A funny thing happer ! to a young
lady who was attendl'g her church
a few Sundays ago Sitting r"nctly
before her was a tall, wcll-drcBsed
stranger w'th a piece of Whttt ravel
ing hanging down bla back, over his
collar Udng a young lady of ac
commodating turn, one of these
warm-hearted, good girls, a Mend to
everybody, she thought how g d she
would be If some kind hear'ed girl
would do as much for lur father If
he should come to church with a rav
eling hanging down his back He
sides, the thing worried her because
Of the uncouth appearance preFonted.
So as th" congregations arose for
prayer, sh concluded to pull It off.
Carefu'ly raising her hand, vlie gave
It a llttl i witch, but there was more
of th thread appearing Setting her
tctl cle gave another poll, Mid
about a ynrd or more hung down his
back Tt was gettlrg embarras
sing but, 'th a resolve to do or die, i
sh' g'v another yank, and dlscov- '
ered h-t he was unrareling his un- I
derwe-ar ''hlorofortn would not have
all'VPte ' r suff' ring, nor a rlnt of
powder hnve hidden her blushes
' ve he gentleman turned to see
uhat was tickling his back. Jermyn
(Tx ) n'rrprlse.
4 348 d.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ISO
PUBLIC LAND SALE.
Department of the Interior,
U S. Land Office at
Salt Lake City, Utah, '
Dec. 17th, 1910
Notice Is hereby given that, as di
rected by the Commissioner of the
Qenetml Land Office, under provisions
of Act Of Congress approved June 27,
1906, (?4 States., 51"), We will oner at
public sale, to the highest bidder, at
10 o'clock a. m., on the 3rd day of
Keljruary. 1911, at this office, tho following-described
land: i I
Lot 1. Sec. 1. T. 14 North, R. C West, J I
S. L. Mer., Serial 05376. i ,
Any person claiming adversely the
above-described land are advised to
file their claims, or objections, on or
before the time designated for sale.
E. D. R. THOMPSON, Register.
Doc 24 Jan 28
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