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' ! ADVERTISE. In the miVfl A A Ik T W Z- 11P1I J II fWW DON'T forget to read j ,
1 msp THE GARLANI CITY GLOBE 5.7-1
COVERS THE BEAR RIVER " ALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I
VOL XIII GARLAND, UTAH, THURSDAY. OCT. 31, 1918. No. 40 I
Battery C, 3-18 F. A.
Am. Exptl. Forces, France.
Sept. 9th, 1918.
Editor Garland, Globo:
Just received two copies of the
famous home paper The Globo
and I want to thank you and
the committee for same. The
paper Is very dear to me. I would
like to tell you of my trip and the
fun I am having, but I will wait,
'till I get back. The trip across
the pond was great saw plenty
of fish and large ones, too. You
know I would like to get back to
Garland, but Beelng your list of
names wjio have received qucs
tionnarics, think I shall wait. Gee
it puts the pep in a fellow when
ho can look at a home paper and
see that the people aro behind
us It Just puts new life in all of
us. Well, we- will soon he in
action and I will tell, you more,
"maybe." I am coming back to
Garland when I do come back; I
will call and see you. Say
plenty of grapes and wine here,
but If a fellow gets a drink of It
ho remembers It it Is so sour
that its looks would scare the
Kaiser. This place I am now In
!. is about 700 years old arid the
yifcm? people are. many-ycars,bchlnd
four up-to-date times. The peo
ple aro plowing with cows and
do all their work by hand. The
war has not Improved things one
bit But nevertheless they are
good people and will do anything
i to make tis fellows feel happy.
I see tho fellows are anxious to
get n crack at the Huns and can
hardly wait. I hope the fellows
coming will "hit" liko wo are
going to. Tho weather here Is
great, a few fleas now and then,
but a fellow can get used to any
thing, It seems. The last few
weeks the weather has been a
little cooler "very hot" in
places for the Huns. I am busy
and am glad I am here would
! have been hero sooner If I had
- known. Thanks a thousasd
times for the paper, I remain,
' JACK. G. SHAY.
U. S. S. Ky., Oct 18, 1918.
Mr. W. A. Wixam,
1 Editor Garland Globe:
I suppose you Consider it neg
lectful of me In not sending
my thanks to you before this,
for sending your paper to mo,
but it has not been my fault as
I have Just started to recelvo it
a few weeks ago, as my address
was overlooked at tho Training
station and I guess the papers
that I should have received aro
I laying around tho station some
1 place. So to square myself am
(I writing now to send my sincere
I thanks to you and tho peoplo of
II Garland for your thoughtful
'I consiredatlon of mo In sending
1 mo tho Globe.
1 It certainly Besems good to get
1 tho old hame paper and reading
I tho news therein.
1 On my furlough I was In Gar-
I land for a few hours and I fully
1 Intended paying you a visit, but
on arriving there I had to see so
1 many in such a short period of
1 time that it was impossible for
I ' me to see everyone.so I'll try the
I next time I go to Garland to
'1 spend more time there.
1 I suppose you have received
I many letters from tho boys in
1 Garland who have so patrlotl-
I cally answered the call of the
gj -colors and no doubt the folks at
I homo are proud of their town
B boys in tho service and now I
m guess they are anxiously walt-
H Jng for the! rreturn to hear then-
'I .tales of wonderful adventures.
I I liko tho Navy and have seen
Garland's last week's ship
ment of Red Cross articles to
Chapter headquarters at Brig
ham City, for tlio Linen Shower,
consisted of the following:
22 bath towels.
18 hand towels.
G wash clothes.
5 pajama suits.
2 bed shirts.
1 bath robe.
5 pairs of socks.
15 boys' 2-pIcco Bcrgo suits.
3-1 pairs of drawers.
All fully paid for bonds of tho
Fourth Liberty Loan aro now
ready for delivery. Subscribers
will confer a favor by calling for
them at once.
Wo, are still carryingomejic
count3 on the Third LiBorty
Loan on which payments are
duo. Unloss such payments are
mado IMMEDIATELY. Subscrib
ers will LOSE THEIR BONDS,
'lt-adv BANK OF GARLAND
Thursday morning, Sam Cap
oner's 4-horso team run away
down tho Malad hill near tho
Sugar factory with a load of
beets. In tho riilx-up, Mr. Cap
'ener was pinned beneath the
wagon and sustained a broken
leg. Two of tho horses wore
also pinned beneath tho load and
tho beets "Were scattered and tho
wagon badly damaged. Dr. W.
M. Cragun cared for his Injuries.
Mrs. Robert Evans was quite
severely scalded with lyo this
morning. Sho put a can of lyo
'Into a boiler of.liot water and
'an explosion followed which
throw tho hot lyo nil over her
face and neck, severely burning
her. Dr. W. M. Cragun was
'summoned to care for her'In-Injurles.
much of tho world and have
gained much experience since,
enlisting. The dlsclplin is good
for mo and I am sum I will bo a
beter man from tho experiences
I have gained from Navy life.
Well Mr. Wixom I will have to
knock offvnow as it Is timo far
mo to retire to my dream bag.
IIomIiik tho "Fill'1" won't reach
Garland and again thanking you
for sending the Globe, I am
Headquarters -17 F. A.,
Camp Kearney, Cal.
Oct. 24, 1918.
Editor Garland Globo:
I received tho Globo today and
was pleased to get same; I enjoy
reading every bit of it and wisli
to thank tho peoplo back homo
for having It sent to me. I hopo
I will receive it regularly.
J. H. SORENSON.
For Representative to tho Legis
lature C. G. ADNEY, Corlnne
Commissioner, 4-year torm
H. W. VALENTINE, Brlgham
Commissioner, 2-year term
A. E. HOLMGREN, B. R. City
JOHN G. WHEATLEY, Brlgham
THOMAS E. SECRIST, Garland
LORENZO PETT, Brlgham
JOHN H. ZUNDEL, Willard
ROSE H. NEELEY, Brlgham
KENNETH C. WRIGHT.Brlgh'm
Utah Agricultural College Can
Supply Poultry Ralsors with
Valuablo Information. !
Tho following government
and state bulletins and clrlulara
on poultry raising aro availably
for free distribution, according
to II. W. Sanborn of tho Utah
Agricultural College, extension
.no.ultryJutHbandman for, . -Utah-They
may bo secured by "addres
sing Mr. Sanborn at tho College,
Logan, Utah. When ordering
both tho numbers and the names
of tho circulars dcsldcr should
355 A -Model Poultry and
390 Pheasant Raising.
490 Belgian Hares and other
530 Poultry Diseases.
5G2 Organization of Boys'
nnd Girls' Clubs.
574 Poultry IIouso Con
struction. 585 Natural and Artificial
Incubation of liens' eggs
024 Natural and Artificial
Brooding of Chicks.
505 Tho Community Egg
082 A Simple Trap Nest for
084 Squab Raising.
097 Duck Raising.
707 Goose Raising.
791 Turkey Raising.
801 Lice and Mites on Poul
try. 800 Varitles of Chickens.
Tho American Breeds.
800 Back Yard Poultry
Keeping (For town peo
ple.) 898 Varieties of Chickens
tho Mediterranean breeds
Circular A. l.'No. 30 Preser
vation of Eggs.
Utali Circular No. 29 Breed
ing and Feeding for Egg produc
State of Utah,
County of Box Elder.
In tho Riverside precinct of
I liavo In my possession th
following described estray ani
mal which, If not claimed and
taken away, will bo sold at pub
lic auction to tho highest cash
bidder at my corral In said pre
cinct, on Saturday, tho 9th day
of November, 1918, at tho hour
of 1 o'clock p.
. Description of Animal:
Ono bay colt, white strip in
face, both hind feet white; bran
ded k on left thigh.
Said animal was taken up by
mo in said precinct on tho 27th
day of October, 1918.
. Poundkeeper for Riverside
, 'ff (Advertisement)
,i DEMOCRATIC TICKET
'For Representative to tho Legis
'SwYNN L EDDY, Brlgham
pommlsslonor, 4-yoar torm
RIGHAM WRIGHT, Brlgham
Commissioner, 2-year term
gb. G. SWEETEN, Collinston
jjT County Clerk
tfOHN S. BINGHAM, Snowvlllo
.ffi County Treasurer
fllJOHN J. WARD, Willard
ffigl County Assessor
aftyiLLARD H. ANDERSON,
ft Bear River City
Mfr County Shoriff
HJOB WELLING, Fielding
w County Recorder
MALICE F. ELIASON, Brlgham
alp County Survoyor
KENNETH C. WRIGHT.Brlgh'm
the Democratic party is plcns
, o present to the voters of
'Sox Elder county the above tlck
'etnor wo feel that it is ropreson-,
rtajlve of tlio county and no par
ticular section. It ha sheen tlio
purpose of the party to dlstrluto
thp offices over the county and
select those who aro fitted for
thjplr positions by experience and
Vo feel thnt the pople have
the fight of choice and that rota
Fsftnli offices Js ;n:?lamiu)'.thhig
and creates a real spirit "of
Americanism. Vo ask tlio
voters to compare tho tickets
and distribution of candidates;
to weigh the qualities of each
person. Decide what you think
about the third or fourth term
Idea. It Is good tiling to hold
a person in office over tlio usual
two terms, ns has been so long,
a practice In this nation?
Wo are proud of our ticket and
feel that tho candidates aro all
able to hnndlo their offices them
selves and not bo able to de
pend upon deputies, only ns ex
tr work demands it.
Who are there in .tlio county
who did not feel proud of the
fact that a Congresman to the
United States IIouso of Repre
sentatives was elected from this
county? The Honorable-Milton
II. Welling has been a credit to
'our county nnd state. Ills
splendid, clean record stands be
fore the peoplo and with ills ad
ded experience of two year at
Washington, where ho always
upheld the hands of our Presi
dent nnd tlio honor of America,
ho is still better able to be our
representative. Wo call every
voter's attention to the attitude
of Mr. Welling on the prohibtlon
question, as compared wirn Ms
opponent. Shall we elect a man
who has always been for a clean
dry state or a man who headed
a delegation from Weber county
to enduce tho Governor of the
state to veto tho prohibition bill?
Mr. Welling is a farmer, a real
representative of tho people,
while his opponent is a represen
tative of the elite club of Ogden.
Who is your man? Who will
stand for your rights?
W. II. Wattis went with a del
gatlon of Ogden business men to
Salt Lake City to petition then
Governor Spry to vote tho pro
hibition bill and Gov. Spry veto
ed tho prohibition bill against
tho expressed wishes of seventy
five per cent of the common pep
plo. Wattis and Spry are now Re
publican candidates for Con
gress. We are sure tills strlpo
of men does not represent tho
sentiments of the people of Box
Vote for a man ns Representa
tive tof Congress who represents
your sentiments, your Ideals and
your wishes. Vote for Milton II.
(Coutinued on pnge 5)
Pacific Coast Manufacturer and
Industrial Nows Bureau
Oct. 28. Salt Like "The
'great dream of those yho have
long advocated tho improvement
of the desert section of the Lin
coln Highway In the State of
Utah, Is at last coming true. A
real road In every sense of the
word across the lower arm of tho
Great Salt Lake Desert Is rapid
ly taking form"
When production in the min
ing Industries has been reduced
by labor scarclcty, by growing
inefficiency of tho men who do
work and when the industry is
paying enormous war taxes and
is so necessary to the life of tlio
nation, is not a proper timo to
Impose the multiple-system of
S m i t h 11 e 1 d Sugar factory
crippled for help. Had to cm
ploy female hjrlp in order to run
'nt tho opening.
American Fork American
Consolidated Mining Co. Incor
porated to work Earl Eaglo and
Bog properties in this district.
Eureka Shipments of ore from
Tintie mines for week of October
18, totaled 144 carioada, valued
iubllcjitllltlcs believe they are
as much cTftltlcd to' a 25 per cent
increase in rates as the railroads
aro under government operation.
Park City Shipments of ore
for week of October 18, totaled
2,4 10 tons, estimated at $125,
000. Sprhigvlllo Sprlngvllie can
ning factory Hearing close of Its
most successful season, with a
total business of nearly $200,000
for the season.
Utah pcacli crop brings grow
Work on state road from Sev
ier bridge dam to boundary be
tween Millard and Juab counties
Sugar Co. operating sat
isfactorily. Though handicapped by labor
scarclety, 1918 copper output
will lie record-breaker.
Smitlifleld Utah sugar beet
production this year, must bo
even greater In 1919.
Tooelo Mnnganeso deposits
of West Tlntlc & Dugway, largo.
Wool production and sheep
husbandry have become a na
tional Issue and the need of more
clothing nnd meat supplies Is an
hnperatlvo war necessity.
Portervlllo -- Fine fruit and
-grain grown hero without irriga
tion Salt Lake Tlntlc mill ships car
of bullion valued at from $40,
000 to $00,000.
Salt Lake Government call
ing for laborers and mechanics
in Navy yard at Bremerton, Ut
Also asks for 1,500 men for east
Salt LakeUtah Copper Co's.
total subscription to tho Fourth
Liberty Loan totals $1,000,000.
Employees In ndditlon invest
Brlgham Record crop of ap
Its up to the taxpayers to give
county and state matters a little
consideration before election if
taxes aro to bo kept down. Many
thousands of dollars is spent
that could bo saved if tho tax
payers will investigate and seo
that useless expenditures are cut
Ogden to recelvo solid train
load of Fordson tractors.
State public utilities commjs-
Kiddies Get I
Too "Gay" I
Several youngstcjB were I
brought before the county Juve- I
nlle officers Thursday for per- I
forming Hallowe'en stunts that I
were very unbecoming for lada I
of their age. In the first place I
the boys seemed to get mixed in I
their dates and selected the I
night before Hallowe'en for their I
mischief - making pranks. A I
llttlo Innocent fun is all right, I
but tho breaking of windows, I
upsetting outbuildings and the I
destruction of peoperty is carry- I
lug things too far. Some of the I
little folks had lots of fun with I
Jnck'OLanterns and masks, and I
did not get into any trouble, v I
either. That's tho way to cele- I
brate, boys, but don't do mis- I
csief as that brings you into I
troublo and disgrace and whero I
is the pleasure of wrong doing? I
The lads were given a good I
curtain lecture mid advised to I
made good tlio damage or take I
the consopucnccs. N H
Boys will be boys but boys
must be good boys to make good I
the consequences. H
LOST Black horse, branded I
G H on left shoulder; T on right fl
shouldir and O on right thigh; I
soro on left" hind 'ankle,, also u ,,fl
few saddle marks on back. A feH
reward of $5.00 will bo paid the H
finder If ho will notify Moroni 'I
Timbimboo at the Indian Farm H
near J. K. Haws' place, Tremon- H
ton, or at the Sugar Factory H
weigh office, Garland. lt-adv H
slon grants freight Increase to H
Utah Railway Co.
New American oil wells total H
0.1G7 In September with flow H
aggregating 143,399 barrels.
Salt Lake Bamberger Elec- H
trie Railroad Co. asks rate in- H
Utah plans to speed up truck M
transportation. Stato highway M
committee appointed to co-oper- M
ato with and form part of tho M
Council of National Defense. M
Ogden Amalgamated Sugar M
to. begins slicing beets at fac- M
tory here. H
Provo Peach growers ship M
850 cars at high prices. M
Salt Lake Proposed increase M
in freight rates will strike blow M
at canning industry of Utah. H
Gunnison Utah-Idaho Sugar M
Co. buys Gunnison's beets. M
Ogden plant smashes canning M
records for greatest number of H
days in operation nnd size of H
Beaver County News: Tlie M
venerable political cry, "We are H
going to raise the other fellow's M
taxes and reduce yours," seems H
to bo ono of tho principal argu- H
meats offered in Bupport of tho H
constitutional amendment on H
taxing mines, which is to be M
voted upon in November. The H
proposition Is dangerous as a H
precedent ns well as dangerous H
In itself. There is no tempor- H
ary emergency that can Justify 1
writing into the con- M
stitutlon a tax principle that fl
makes all kinds of injustice and M
Invites fraud and corruption by M
permitting taxing authorities to H
taxproperty high or low without M
limitations. Also, it is not wiso H
to put into tho constitution a H
provision which is not clearly H
understood and which would H
Inevitably lead to litigation, tho H
result of whichmight bo some-
thing very different from what H
it was intended to accomplish. H
Tho amendment ought to be de-. H
featcd by a heavy YOto. , M