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H VOL. XIV GARLAND, UTAH, SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1919 No. 27 H
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I Military Band
I Grand Ball
m Tho grand ball given at the
B Palace by the Garland Military
m- Band, Wednesday evening of
H this week, was a rousing Bucc
al ess, both socially and financia
H lly. There was a large tourn
H out and those present pronounc
1 ed tho dancing party one of the
M best of the season. The Band
B furnished excellent music and
M everybody had a very enjoyable
B Two weeks hense August
B 13th, tho Band haB arranged to
H givo a dancing party at the
H Tremonton amusement hall
H which promises to bo a swell soc-
B ial event.
H AMERICAN INDIAN'S TEN
H Richard Crokcr married an
H Indian girl that believes in the
H doctrino advocated by her an-
H. cestors, as follows:
1 It was a sin to neglect tho
BB old In any manner, or to refuse
M to share with them the fruits
BBj of the chase or tho products of
B; tho fields, and it was especially
m sinful to neglect or disregard
B aged or infirm parents.
B 2 To speak in derision or
BB slightly of any one who might
H crippled in any manner or unfor-
U A tunatb In any degree, or to re-
A fuso to givo them aid or shelter.
B 3 To refuse to share food or
H shelter with any one who might
H apply for cither, or tq fail to
BB care for tho sick or for the or-
phan or the widow.
BB 4 To break any treaty or
1 agreement made at the council
m fire when the pipo of peace had
been smoked, or after the parties
making tho treaty had partaken
B of food together.
B C To violate tho chastity of
B any woman.
B G To kill animals for any
B other purposo than for food or
B covering and for the protection
B of growing crops or human life.
B ' 7 To tell a falsehood, even
B though it bo of the most inno-
B cent character.
B 8 To show cowardice in meet-
B ing any kind of danger or to
B , shrink from exposure, pain, suf-
B fering, sickness or death.
B "0 To take human life unless
B It was a protection to himself.
H To the statement of these sav-
H ago doctrines by as fair a sav-
H ago as over came from the tepee
H Crokcr gave grave attention.
H s Surely they offered no code of
H procedure that one of a newer
H faith might not accept, and they
formed but a small part of the
H Indian lore that came to him
H .from his young wife.
H Persons who have seen them
in their Flordla homo say that
H they mako an Ideal couple. The
H frost of 78 years has not brot
H any chill to Richard Crokcr. He
H is able to take part in outdoor
H excercises that aro so dear to his
H wife, and together they are
drifting along over life's rapids
H toward the sunset.
I Mrs. Crbker is frovently in-
H terested in tho war. Her syai-
H pathles and patriotism are
H shovn in devoted labor for the
Red Cross and for very agency
contributing to victory that
I comes to her hands.
m . j-
I Deweyville I
I Mr. and A. R. Burbank and
I son, Loal, and Miss Emma Ault,
The Culb Billard Hall, Harry
T. Martin Prop., haB installed a,
wonderful instrument styled the
"Violano Virtuosa" one of the I
latest and best musical instru
ments of its kind that money
can buy. The instrument cost
?2000 and is a combination of
.the piano and the violin. The
case is of golden oak and the in
strument is Indeed a wonderfu.
piece of mechanism. It plays
both tho piano and the violin in
.time and in beautiful harmony.
Tho dropping of a nickle citihcr
dn the slot of the machine or
tho slot boxes on tho wall starts
the instrument which ia operat
ed by an electric motor. Some
(very catchy pieces of music are
among tho nnioic rools. It is
very interesting to watch the
instrument in operation, especi
ally to note how skillfully the
machinery handles tho -violin.
The Club Billard Hall manage
ment is to bo congratulated in
bringing to our city an instru
ment of this modern make. The
machine was purchased from
the Daynes-Bceb MubIc Co. of
Salt Lak City
Mr.Martin is now tho sole
owner and proprietor of the
Club Billard HalL
Oiphtoria Pamphlets, Prepared.
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The American Red CroBS,
through its Bureau of After
care has arranged for the dis
tribution of pamphletB on dip
htheria prepared by the United
States Public Health Service.
Methods to be used in tho pre
vention and cure of the disease
aro explained in tho pamphlet
and tho danger of mistaking it
for otlier types of sore tliroat
spent Pioneer day and the re
mainder of the week in Salt
Soldier Boy Alma Cook re
turned home last Saturday, hav
ing received an honorable dis
charge. Mr. and Mrs. William Heuss
cr of WeBton, Idaho, Miss Anna
Heusser and Charles E. Weed ol
Salt Lake City, were last week
guests of Joseph Heusser and
family. Mr. and Mrs. Heusser
returned to Idaho Friday and
Miss Heusser and Mr. Weed re
turned to Salt Lake City Mon
day. Jaunltta Loveland accompani
ed Odell Bigler to Logan Pioneer
day where tho young people had
an enjoyable time.
Mrs. Florence E. Gardner vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
F. Loveland, of Logan, a few
day., this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lew Fowers and
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Manusa and
son, Veras, of Ogden, were Sun
day guests at tho homo of Mr.
'and Airs. John Knudson.
J. E. Dewey motored to Logan
Sunday, returning in the even
ing accompanied by his son, Asa
land Miss Larvel Blonquist.
. Mr. and Mrs Henry Cook and
'family of East Garland, were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cook
and son Alma, a day or two this
tweek. Soldier Boy Cook recent
ly returned from service.
Mrs. Crystal B. Shepard and
day, after a week's visit hero.
'July 30. h. It.
i Lcal Manager R. T. Shaw of
tho U. P. & L. Co. motored over
uo Logan on business Thursday.
The Mutual Double Quart
ette and President Clarence E.'
Smith, who havo been touring
I the wards of tho stake, giving
Sunday night programs, will:
appear at the Garland ward
chapel Sunday evening and the,
public is cordially invited to1
turn out and listen to the exceI-4
lent program arranged, vlr:
Lecture Prcst. Clanence E.
Violin Duetto. I
Reading Miss Rea Winters.,:
Vocal Duetto. '
Double Quartette. '
With Air Gun!
A Mexican by the name of
Donlcio Tineda waB accidentallyJ
shot In the head by a beebe from,
an air gun Thursday. Some'
littlo boys on Factory street?
were out with their guns p)qjgj
ing at the birds as the MeataJH
was' pawmf;and-it Meats tHMJ
tray and landed in the h'qt of tlic ,
Mexican, cutting a .hole in tils
head, causing tho blood to flow
quite freely. Tho circumstance
caused the Mexican to become
quite agnry, although he was
not seriously injured. Marshal
G. S. Mowry got busy soon after
the affair and went about town
gathering in the air guns in tho
possession of the "kiddies."
There has been considerable
carelessness and misuse of theso
toy air guns about tho city.
Some of tho guns shoot a
ipowerful Bhot and are unsafe
weapons in the hands of small
Tho Juveniles who appropria
ted cars will havo a hearing in
the County Seat today.
'. In order to provide for a Beet
vaction for the advanced pupils,
tho Board of Education lma de
eded to open tho public schools
Of Box Elder county on Monday,
if' C. II. SKIDMORE
Dlt.s Snpt. of Schools
JTho opinion of discharged
service men on soldier settle-
f" ' it legislation in Congress is
ressed in tho following editor
, "Farms For Soldiere" which
Ijjpeare in tho current number
of Tho American Legion Week
ly, the magazine of tho national
organization of American vet
erans of tho Great War.
s$"Tio question ol soldier
Bettiemeui Bnortly will come to
m issue before Congress. The
luuuumentals of tho problem so
lir as they affect tnc interests
of the country are that uoldicr
hou-cinployment shall bo reduc
ed and soil production increas
W. This by Government coop
eration with men who wore
Midlers and now wish to be
ruiers. Tho issue, no matter
Pjiv broad and well considered,
unot solve the problem of
frfllerf$4Mt-aent nor will, it
bnng' the monster'of 'higlrlivii-g
cost to its knees. But it will
be a firm, well-defined step in
"One need not doubt that
the rolling barrage of a land
holder lobby has been chartered.
There aro amplo evidences that
narrow selflBhness will under
take, to checkmate or defeat the
plan to help returned soldiers
render productive thousands of
acres of idle lands. Let us
watch tho issue sharply. It will
bo Interesting and profitable to
learn just how strong is the
survival In Congress of shifty,
flabby, ante-bellum political chi
canery. It will bo Interesting
and profitable to learn just how
strong has been tho development
of a political conscience which
can see see National good ahead
of vicloup self-interest."
Mrs. Chris Peterson acted as
hostesB to tho members of the
Ladies' Self-Cuture Club, July
President Mrs. M. Foisted
There were twenty-one mem
bers present with the follow
ing named ladies as guests
of the hostess: Mcsdamcs
H. M. Smith, L. C. Chris
topherson, R. N. Nielson,
R. M. Lclshman, W. II. Evans,
Ralph Stayner, M. W. Garrett,
Robert Evans, F. A. Hansen, J.
W. Cottam, James Jensen, Pet
er Jensen, J. A. Brown, W. T.
Hudson, Lewis Peterson, Osro
Barnard, Andy Jensen, and the
Misses Vina Nielson of Hunts
vllle and Pearl Lillywhlte.
"Club Collect" Read by Mrs.
F. M. Nlsh.
Talk on Art Mrs. G. C. Ily
Piano Solo Miss Pari Lilly
white. The home was beautiffully
decorated with garden flowers.
Refreshments were served by
the hostess, assisted by Mes
dames J. W. Garrett, M. W. Gar
ett, J. W. Cottam, J. G. Rhodes
and Dixie Shelton.
After a very, pleasant social
wlth Mrs. Horaco Welling at tho
home of Mrs. Dixie Shelton, Au
gust 8, 1919.
. . MRS. DIXIE SHELTON
THE TALE OF A ONE DOLLAR
A citizen went down town to
Spend some of his hard-earned
Dough, and in a merry Jest, and
Just to show his printing skill,
He printed his inltals on
A brand new dollar bill.
Ho spent that dollor that same
Down in a groceiy store;
He thought 'twas gone forever
And he'd see it no more.
But long before tho year rolled
The Garland Baseball team ; M
iwcnt to Lcwiston last Saturday H
to play a friendly game with '
the Lcwiston nine. The Lewis- H
tpn people turned out en masse H
to witness tho contest which
was a good one. Garland played H
real league ball up to tho sixth H
ining and were in tho lead 15 H
to 2 when tho team went to B
pieces and Lcwiston put It over i B
our local boys in a score of 1G B
to f M
The Lcwiston nine Is booked , B
for n two-day engagement in , ' B
Garland August lGth and 17th, .' B
iind beforo tho season closes, a ' B
number of the Cache valley lea- f B
gue nines will meet the locals on B
tho local diamonds. ' B
One day ho went to fill ) B
A neighbor's order, and received M
That same old dollar bill. ! B
Once moro ho spent that dollar B
In his own neighborhood, '
Where It would do himself and I B
friends i, 1
The most amount of good. M
Four times in two years It camo ' M
back , H
As some bad pennies will, , H
And each time he'd go out and' I H
;- This marked. one doUarbIll.: - t'fB
- w-,.. . rB
Had he been wise that dollar i BVB
Bo in tho town today; U
But just about two yars ago B
Ho sent it far away. B
The people who received it then H
I know havo got it still, H
For 'twas to a mall order liouso B
He sent his dollar bill. B
No more will that marked dollar B
Come into this man's town, B
And never more will it help to B
Tho taxes ho planks down. B
He put it where it never can B
Its work of lifo fulfill. H
He brought about the living B
Of that one dollar bill. H
Wilkcs-Barro Chamber of B
Commerce Journal. B
ANNOU'N C E M EA T: I
The "Blue Bell" Shelton & Driggs beautiful H
Confectionery . . . H
vJLlill open its doors to the public today -AUGUST 2nd. The building occu- H
pied by the "BLUE BELL" has undergone a thorough renovation and the new H
Confectionery is today the cleanest, most sanitary and up-to-date parlor in Box Elder M
County. The public will be treated with courtesy, service and quality. A visit to this H
beautiful store will convince all, beyond a doubt, that Garland has at last secured a H
Confectionery Store that is a credit to the city. With the co-operation of the people of . H
this city and vicinity, this store will become a drawing card to the traveling public and a j H
home to the shoppers. j M
Come one ancTairthiVevening, we are prepared " tcriimdle-the'-croyyd; r- TH
.Y Yours For Service and Quality, I g
JBL' DIXIE SHELTON ' f H
' Hi" FRANK DRIGGS J H