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)AY, OCT. 17th, 1918 . No. 38. ' I
We Must Go
I Over the Top
H County Chairman John D.
H Peters of the Fourth Liberty
Hf 'Loan Campaign haB received the
H ' following telegram from State
i Chairman Hcbor J. Grant which
H ought to cause an awakening
H . among the peoplo of this city and
H ' the county generally:
Hj John D. Peters,
H , Conuty Chairman
' Box Eldor County sadly be-
H hind. Pleaso urge every com-
H mittoeman to devote-all of his
H time this week to this work.
H YOur county must not be a
M HEBER j. GRANT,
H Stato Chairman.
H The Republicans of the Sun-
H set (Garland) precinct met in
H. tlie council chambers of - the
H Bank of Garland Wednesday
H'f - ieVenlng;an(Tj.iMiml.th'e'W'jle-;
Hl, l'ateflandTalterMtetft'n -.uttepd
' "f w .theYlepubllcaff county conven-
H tlon to be held in Brigham City,
H Saturday, October 19th. Pre-
H clnct Chairman John J. Shum-
H took charge and R.L. Bush vas
H the secretary. The following
H delegates and nltematcs were
H Delegates M. D. Evans, John
H J. Shumway, Mrs. M. D. Evans,
M L. W. Preston, Mrs. 0. L. Wln-
H tcrs, Eph Coombs, Mrs. Eph
H Coombs, Mrs. It. L. Bush, J. A.
H Wixom, Mrs, J. A. Wixom, G. S.
H Mowry, J. W. Garrett,John Rlch-
H ards, J. W. Lewis, Mrs. J. W.
H Lewis, T. II. Edwards, J. W.
H Chambers, Mrs. L.V. Preston,
Mrs. T. II. Edwards,.
H Alternates W. F. Persson, C.
M R. Welling, 0. L. Winters,' Mrs.
B W. R. Vniilleet, R. L. Bush.
H The Democrats will meet Frl-
H 'day evening and name their dele-
H gates and alternates for the
H Democratic county convention
H which is to bo held in Brighum
H City the same day Oct. 19th.
M . EXAMINATIONS.
H The following young men
H were summoned to the county
H seat oi Monday to undergo phy-
H steal examination at 10 o'clock
H' ti. m.:
H( Fred Wach, Clarenco Peiry
H Lloyd Gardner, Calvin 0. Ander-
H son, Franklin A. Smith, John C.
M Allred, Wilbur R. Wyatt, Ernest
M 0. Cornwall, Ellis R. Wright,
M ' 'Willie H.-Craghead, Ernest V.
H Gill, John Grundle, Edward Mc-
H I Donald, Hyrum W. Facer, Chas.
H R. Welling, Lewis R. Gardner,
M Carl N. Smith, Cyrltll P. Soren-
H ' sen, Francis S. Huff, MUo D.
H Gardner, Oscar E. Frederlcksen,
H j John Raubor, Wesley W. Ras-
H musspn, Chas A. Nichols, Zera
H ! P. Davis, Splicer M. Felsted,
H ' Milton V. Jerisep, Qoeurdlane L.
H j ' Jensen, Alma Wilcox, Orion Es-
H, ! Kelson, Jerald Anders6ir, Bennle
H T. Benson, Porter V. Weaver,
H Asher II. Hopwell, Godfrey L.
H Carter, Olo H. Jensen, Clarence
H , E. Hess, Edwin C. Blair, William
B A. Hansen. James M. Moss, John
H , P. Olsen, Raymond H. Peterson,
H Ray G. Jeppson, Alexander P.
Hb Dalton, Cleon E. L. Lemon, Jos.
H Rt Hunsaker, Victor H. Ryden,
H Raymond Bosley, John E. Ras-
H mussen, Reynold O. Nekon.
M-' y . .
Up to the present timo, only
about a dozen cases of the
dreaded epidemic, "Spanish In
fluenza", exist In this city and no
deaths as a result of the malady
are yet reported. The Health
Board got In touch with Dr.
Bcatty in respect to quarantin
ing the patients and he advised;
that the Board use its own dis
cretion along this line, but that
all patients must positively be
isolated and that those caring
for the afflictod should wear a
mask. Tho Board of Health is
doing all In.thelr power to pre
vent the spread of the disease.
Spanish Influenza is more
dangerous than many people im
aglne. Quite a number of our
soldier boys throughout tho
'state have been victims of the
disease and three dcathB have
already occurred in the county
as a result of tho epidemic. Dr.
Preston R. Merrill of Trcmonton
was the first to answer the death
roll and since his demise, Mrs.
Sprague and Wesley Larson of
'Brlghanl City have been victims
of the disease.
Tuesday morning, October 15,
J. IiClnnd Dewey, boh of Mr. and
Mrs. J. E. Dewey of Dewoyvllle,
pasBcd'away from the effects of
Spanish . .tyfluervaaJSaltliit?
jUtAhyiwIiereMfcTwaa principal 'of
the schools there. He was 28
years of age. Up to the timo of
going to press, relatives had not
returned from Salem with the
body so wo are unable to give
tho date of tho funeral.
Tho remains of Dr. Preston R.
Merrill of Tremonton.wero taken
to Logan Monday for burial. A
long procession of automobiles
hnd tho auto hearse passed thru
'this city enrouto to Logan. Dr.
Merrill was tho son of tho lao
Apostle M. W, Merrill and a
brother of A. M. Merrill, formerly
principal of the Box Eldor High
school. He was associated with
Dr. Whitlock of tho Whitlock
hospital in Tremonton for a
number of years. When Dr.
Whitlock left Tremonton, Dr.
Merrill1 took charge of tho hos
pital which bears his name tho
Merrill Hospital. He leaves a
wife and several children and
was one of Tremonton's most
highly respected citizens. His
death occurred Friday afternoon
of last week.
Boost for the
In view of tho apparent Blow
ing down of the Fourth Liberty,
Loan Campaign in some centers
on a'ccounfof the pence talk, L.
S. Franklin, director of the war
loan organization for the treas
ury department, telegraphed all
of the Liberty Loan committees
"It Is nqt at all likely that this
war will b? over in the near fu
ture. Futhermore, tho American
people must realize that, Irres
pective of expenses incidental to
actual warfare, wo have nearly
two million boys In Franco who
must be transported homo after
the war is over and, jueantlme,
paid, fed and clothed, Wo have,
an enormous emergency fleet
uow nnder construction which
must Dfc completed.. Aside from
I WE HAVE CUT OUT All OF OUR EXCHANGES AND1 I
FREE PAPERS ACCORDIlfc TO THE INSTRUCTIONS I
OF THE GOVERNMENT. H
I BEGINNING NOVEMBER 1st, ALL PAPERS MUST BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE DISCONTINUED. READ- U
ERS OFTHE GLOBE PLEASE GOVERN YOURSELVES, I
ACCORDINGLY, AND RElfefoBER THAT IF YOU READ I
THE GLOBE AFTER NOV 1st, IT MUST BE PAID FOR
IN ADVANCE. THAPSTHE ORDERS FRQM HEAD
QUARTERS". ..$ t I
. Funeral services over tho re
mains of Frank George Sains
bury were held in the Fielding1
ward meeting house, Fri-'
day, October 11th, at 2 o'clock
p. m., Bishop C. A. Udy presiding
The choir and congregation
sang "Tho Star Spangled Ban
ner." Prayer by Olo Peterson.
Singing by tho choir, "0 My
Father." D. II Manning of tike
high council was the first speak
er. Solo, Miss lone HagliaU.
Stake Relief Sncicty PreeMaift
Mrs. Margaret W. Manning ,.nfo
is also a. member of the clvkAi
committee, was the next BfeeAW
John Benson tben rnve newK
'nMdres&'&h Ihji'Mft'ad cheflketeV
of'dccease'd. AComet solo, 4"Am
Flag Without a Staln",.by G. 0.
Sweeten of Colllnston. Clos
ing remarks by Bishop C. A; Udy;
Solo and chorus, ''Old Glory by
Mrs. Nathan Wood and tae'cfcolr
The house was yery tastefully
decorated in national colors
Decensed leaves besides his
father, R. E. Sakubury, four
brothers and two sisters, viz:
Robert H. Salnsbury of Vernal,
Utah, Dr. Otto SaJnBbury of El
slnore, Utah; Gay Salnsbury of
Pocatello, Idaho p Harry Salns
buryof Thatcher, Utah; Mrs.
Sadie Mauror of Rupert, Idaho;
Miss Stella Sainsbury, who is In
.tho service of her country some
where In Franco. Owing to the
quarantine regulations, Prest.
'Peterson of tho U. A. C. informed
us tli at it was impossible to
'send a squad to do military hon
ors for deceased.
Mrs. R. E. Sainsbury has gone
to Pocatello, Idaho, to visit with
Gay SaliiBbury and wife.
Bishop C. A. Udy went to tho
stato capltol on business the first
of the week.
Oct. 14. MIKE.
these necessary expenditures,
any falteflnp now by tho Amer
can people in this Loan Cam
paign would place a weapon of
great potency In the hands of the
autocrats of Germany. Now Is
'the time. to show that tho .Am
erican people'aro backing upour
President in his. determination
to exact from our enemies terms
which will insure against a repi
titlon of the crimes of Germany"
,t Relative to the effect tho latest-German
peace offensive on
the Fourth Liberty Loan Cam
naign, J. K. Lynch, Governor of
the.Fed'eral Reserve, Band of San
Francisco and Chairman of the
Liberty Loan Committee of the
Twelfth Federal district, Bays:
"Tho Kaiser wants time to
reorganize his demoralized
forces.' Don't let him do it!
Close this loan up quickly! !
Over-subscribe and shut off the
output of poison gas as r well Jn
America as in France! ! '! If wo
'slacken our efforts one. moment,
either at home or at the front,
1 he will have gained his point
1 Put tho Loan Over, FOCH aa4
' PERSUING will do the reel"
GOVERNOR URGES PEOPLE
TO SAVE FRUIT PITS AND
'EmphaBlzln gtho imperative
need for tho Bavlng of nut shells
and fruit pits, with which carbon
Isjnado for tho life-saving gas
masks that tho American sol
diers must bo equiped with at all
times, Governor Simon Bamger
gor has authorized tho folowing:'
"Fruit Pits and Nut Shells are.
required In great quantities by
tho government In order to pro
vido tho necessary carbon for
use. In gas maBks worn by our
bojB at the front Gas masks
provido the only protection
against the poisonous gases
used in modern warfare: Our
boys must have this protection."
,"If this matter ta understood
tboje le m oMTiev tHim tate.anr
fipto 'at chiV who will not
earfteitly and enthutaBtlcally set
abewtto collect fruit pits and nut
en M. It is of vital Importance
Hu em'rtng' tho precious lives of
our boys now engaged In tho ter
tftc struggle. All School Sup
eriUftdents, Teachers, the Pulpit
and the Press should give every
one tounderstand how much de
pends upon this work."
"As an Illnbtf'Jtntlbn: Two
hundred peach stones, or 7 lbs.
of other pits' and shells will pro
'vldo sufficient (Jarbon for one
Gas Mask. One Gns Mask will
save one life."
"Tho following will give an
idea of tho material required by
Plum pits .
Brazil Nut shells
Hickory Nut, Walnut, and
"All collections of such shells
should bo turned over tho the
nearest Red Cross Chapter or
"Tho season for canning and
preserving will soon be over, and
prompt action is necessary.
The need Is urgent."
"All loyal citizens in our stato
will be proud of this opportunity
to lielp In this important work."
County Superintendent C. A.
Skidmore desired us to an
nounce that there would be no
Teachers Institute held In Brig
ham City next Saturday owing
to tho "Ifluenza Close-up". 'All
the schools of the county have
been closed for an Indeflnate
period, except tho schools of
Western Box Elder, where no
sign of the epldenlc has develop
ed so far.
CHOICE WINTER BANANA
'APPLES FOR SALE Apply to
Frank Munns, Garland, Utah.
9feH 69-W lt-adv.
The board of county commis
sioners met in regular session
Tuesday, Oct. 7th, with nil mem
bers present. Minutes of meet
ings held September 3rd and Sth
were read and npprovd.
' Thos. Haws, road supervisor
of Plymouth, appeared relative
to tho county roads In his dis
trict being washed out by the
recent storms. Instructed to
make the necessary repairs.
John W. Smith, road supervi
sor of Centerdale, appeared rel
ative to fencing tho road which
the county recently purchased,
also relative to making some re
pairs on road near Idaho stato
line so that road can bo made
to travel during winter. Was
Instructed to make necessary re
pairs that farmers will bo able
to get their grain to market this.
W. V. Call appeared in sup
port of a petition signed by a
number of residents near tho
cement plant asking permission
to close road running east and
west between lots 74 and 7fi and
76 and. 77, known as tract A.
County Attorney was authorized
to draw up resolution covering
I --'JUdy ni'UCiliedJJUbt.'half,
W :MnlWve1ii,or raiding
who Is receiving $15 kv month,
the amount being Insufficient for
their needs. Upon 'motion al
lowance was increased to $2fi
The resignation of Ilcber N.
Stohl as road supervisor of Blind
Springs road district wns ac
cepted and Lavon Stokes, of
Bothwell was appointed as road
supcrvlsoi of said district.
Petltlo-i v.'iH presented, signed
by a numbov of business men of
Brlgliam, asking the bond to
remit the taxes of all soldiers
who are In tho service, or wive?
of soldiers, who have property.
Was constdero'.i by the board and
nlerred t T.i'iniy attorney fur
.i-i opinloi. Ailauit'.y ivuorlod
that tho lav w.-uM n l pvi-mil
tt3 rcbatla of t:uu unless the
poisons were In inJUvi.t clicrtn
stonces. Pctitlo frin W. 13. (Jet, for
Ffi remittauro nf Hues of It I'.
E'k-nsen. f .iirilt 'w! and ac
tl .c defevru.4.
CommuvV.'Vii'.ii !'i .in C. B
Ticcy of t ivlitl to :lo.sIug
u i of road near V er. Inferred
t ) clerk to auur
CommiUii'H'ihin lr ;.i state
r ltd comm'.iV mi rehuho to tho
action that 1j:u 1 took in I ho ic
palring of iho bridge over B'
IiVer cre.j c ncm p. ,,ei i la'.t,
sti.Ung that no repa'-a were neo
?frjry if Uangt- sl!;rli were
pk ecu on cit.iur bide of bridge.
Communication from state
road commission notifying the
board that Ralph W. Armstrong
had been appointed division en
gineer, in charge of engineering
and.co&Btructlon work with state
rpads In Weber, Morgan, Box El
der, Cache and Rich counties.
The following judges of elec
tion were appointed for tho elec
tion to be held Tuesday, Novem
Wlllard No. 1 D. F. Harding,
Ira G. Allen, August McKay.
Wlllard No. 2 J. M. Toombs,
Frank Wood, U. C. Taylor.
Three Mile Win, Peters, John
S. Holton, J. T. Bates.
Brlgliam No. 1 E. P. Hors
ley, Jas. Tlngey, J. P. Christen
sen. Brigham No. 2--J. II. Wat
kins, Orval Forsgrcn, Jas. Jen
sen. BrighnmtNo. 3 J. W. Iloopes,
M. L. Recder, D. P. Burt.
Brigham No. 4 C. Ellas Jen-
ar Campaign I
Last Sunday morning the big M
191S-19 Sugar Campaign at the' H
Garland Sugar factory opened M
up under quite favorable circum- M
stances, says Sunt. Tliales II. H
Edwards, although tho labor M
shorUige question and the Incon- -M
venience of handling inexpert- M
enced hands In some of the dc- M
partmcuts, is somewhat of a
handicap. The mill never was M
in better running condition, " 'H
everything being in splendid M
s1ki-( to handle the monstrous M
emit that will bo harvested this jH
season. Recent wet weather
Conditions made some delay in ;-H
the delivery of beets at tho fac-
tory, but tho Superintendent H
feels confident that weather con- - H
ditions will Improve and thnt.the "-"J --'- H
beets will keep pouring In so that . H
the factory run can be continued H
right along without watting for H
sen, P. W. Bolt, M. L. Nichols.
Malad Albert Shaw, J. Y. 1
Ferry, Abo Evans. H
Anintua .lesso Keller, C. M. M
Peterson, P. C. Johnson. H
Call's .Fort No. 1 J. II. Lilly- f "B
JiljojDanlttWUjes,'GeoJ,May. ' .fl
' 'Call's1 Fort No." 2 W. W. Las-. fl
ley, A.'Tolmaii, Enoch Hunsaker. ' 31
DowejTlIle ,T. E. Dewey, D. liH
n. Marble, Brigham Burbank. vm
Colllnston Jacob Blglcr, J. J. H
White, Sterling Seciist.
Beaver Dam J. A. Erlcksqii, M
Calvin Erlckscn, Jos Bitters. - .H
Bear River Anton Christen- aM
ticu, Erastus Petersen, P. M. 1
Tremonton Chris Beck, W. I
E. Getz, J. A. King. M
Sunset A. II. Archibald, O. H
L. Winters, Geo. Carter. H
Riverside Thomas Udy, Jr.,
Ralph Richards, Earl Hales. H
Fielding J. H. Gam, C. A. M
Udy, J. S. Mason. H
Plymouth Thos. Haws, WI1- M
Ham Hess, L. A. Rose. H
Portage John Heaton, Geo.
13. Hall,' J. F. Conley, Jr.
Rawlins, John L. Hunsaker, M
Axel Borgstrom, John Cromp- H
Penroso Clark Alcorn, Fred H
W. Peterson, Edward Rocho. H
Boolho Valley C. Stokes G. M
C. Wood, Mcrrct Nicholas. H
Promontory J. G. Toombs, J. H
F. Wells, L. E. Whltaker. H
Snowvlllo Leo Cottam, Levi-
Peterson, J. J. Cutler. H
Kelton Albert Crandnll, Al- M
bert Rose, E. 11. Jones, Jr. H
Park Valley David James, M
James l'alincr, C. Chadwick. M
Rosette Amnsa Callaham, A. H
M. Seeley, E. F. Gustnveson. M
Clear Creek Lovi F. Camp- H
bell, Chas. Kempton, A. J. Tracy. H
Yost J. A. Montgomery, E. H
II. Taylor, J. R. Wolter. M
Junction Jos. Shaver, C. M H
Bird, PhilbAL Lind. 1
Grouso Creek R. E. Warbur- H
ton, W. C. Klmber, F. PaskAt. M
Lucin C. J. Burko, Jens An- H
dei-son, 0. K. Hopple. H
East Garlend J. W. Larson, H
13. A. Hansen, L. G rover. H
Elwood Amos Hansen, Jim- H
Ins Thompson, Sam Mortensen. H
Howell, Marlon Hyde, James H
C. Wood, Jesso Rock. H
Stnndrod Leo Neal, Oscar H
Rose, Lorenzo Barnes: H
Centerdale G. Longstroth, J. H
W. Smith, Arthur Nielsen. H
Clerk's, auditor's, treasurer's H
and recorder's repo-'t of fees' for H
month of September and H
sliei-ifC's report for months of H
July and August were approved. H
A number of claims allowed. , H