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H .-- THE QARUND GIT QLOBC uARLAND, UTAH , immJlmdtmtmiat. I
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j THE GARLAND CITY GLOBE;
M j SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1919
H i i
LOCAL HAPPENINGS
H September. i
H Dixie Shelton motored over
H to Wellsvillo on business Wed-
WM ncsday. I
H J. II. Shaw and wife of
H Illdgcdalo, Idaho, were Garland
H visitors Monday. I
H W. II. Vanflcet returned
H Tuesday from a trip to Ogdcn, '
H Farmlngton and Salt Lake.
Hfl A. 11. Castlcton, Sr., of Malad,
H spent Sunday and Monday witli
H Iiis son, Agent A. R. Castlcton,
M
H Miss Mahala McFarland rq.-
H turned Tuesday from a two
H weeks' sojourn In Solt Lake and
H
H Local Manager G. R. Cole of
H Ritcr Bros. Drug Co., made a
H business trip to Salt Lake City
H Monday.
H Mrs. A. R. Castlcton went to
H Malad last Saturday to start
H tlio children In school there
H Monday.
H Miss La Von Edwards, who
H has been visiting here, was a
H passenger to Salt Lake City
H last Sunday.
H John J. Shumway and wife
H motored to Clarkst)n and Pres-
H ton on business Wednesday, rc-
H turning Thursday.
H Postmaster A. Horace Glea-
H son attended tho Convention of
H the Utah State Postma&tcrs held
H in I)gan Monday.
B R V. Schneider, who has se-
H lured a position in one of tho
H Garages at Salt Lake, was here
H Sunday and Monday.
H Miss Agnes McGhic rcturn-
H- cd to Salt Lake last Sunday
H after a pleasant visit with her
H aunt, Mrs. Eph Coombs.
M Quite a number of Garland
M people took in the Peach Day
H Celebration at Rrigham City
H Wednesday of this week.
B John J. Shumway, Geo. 0.
H Nye and M. D. Evans wcro in
M tho county scat Tuesday in the
H interest of school matters.
H Mr. nnd Mrs. John F. Burton
B left last Sunday for Lelii to
H attend tho meetings of the
H Farm Bureau held there Mon-
H Last Monday was Labor day.
H Sbmo of our business houses
H closed, but the majority of
B them remained open. There
H was nothing special doing.
M Bud Fisher's "Jeff" has the
H up-to-the-minute idea In re-
H spect to the high cost of living,
H especially clothing and shoes, as
H ho wants to migrate to the Soc-
H iety Islands where the costume
H requires only a breech-cloth.
M Why not adopt tho Society Is-
H lander's costume here, it would
m bo a wonderful saving and
H j would tend to reform some ot
M ' tho present "dress" styles, at
M least
Miss Ciarie Leavitt returned
to SuJt Lake lust Sunday after
a plea3ant visit here with Mr.
and Mrs. Brlgham Marriott and
Mr. and Airs. C. W. Wood.
D. C. Chapman of Salt Lake
City, visited Garland Monday
(Labor duy.) Mr. Chapman is
now in tho employ of the Mer-rill-Kcyser
Co., grain brokers.
Mrs Ellis Deznars and chil
dren returned to Suit Lake lust
Sunday, alter a visit here with
her brother, Cephus E. Ander
son, and her sister, Mi's. Lewis
0. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jlymer,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Snider una
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Buldwm
motored to Logan canyon
last Sunday where they enjoyed
a pleasant oating.
II. G. Wright, wife and child
ren, of Ridgedale, Idaho, stop
ped over in Garland Monday on
u return trip from Salt Lake
City. They wcro guests of Mr.
and Mrs. II. P. Swinyard.
Mrs. Ettlc Forthingham and
children returned to Wood's
Cross last Sunday after a plea
sant visit with Mr. and Mrs.
George Ilenrie. Mrs. Forthing
ham is a sister of Geo. Heinle.
Tho Misses Winnie Harris
and Mulicl Jensen went to Brig
ham City Friday evening of lust
week to attend a farewell social
for Miss Jessie Whittuker who
leaves soon for Denver, Colo.,
to make her future home.
At tho Swinyard lying-in
hospital Monday, (Labor day)
Mrs Spencer Foisted gave birth
to a fine son. The husband
and father is filling a Mission
In the Central states, with head
" quarters at Independence, Miss
ouri. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hinman
and children returned Monday
evening from a visit to Bounti
ful nnd Salt Lake. They were
accompanied with Mrs. Pace of
Salt Lake and Mrs. Butler of
Bountiful who are guests at
tho Hlnmnn home.
Farrcll Wood, tho 9-year old
son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wood
of Garland North, was injured
in a fall from a horse he whs
riding last Sunday morning. He
received several scratches and
bruises about tho face nnd was
quite severely shaken up.
Mrs. Joseph Jensen nnd Son,
LnMnr, of St. Anthony, Idaho,
visited relatives hero a few days
this week. Mrs. Jensen came
down specially to visit her sister
Mrs. Niels Nielson whose health
Is poor. They took in the
Peach Day celebration at Brig
ham City Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Frasor of
Brlghnm City and Miss Eulaliu
Peterson of this city, leave
next Monday on a visit to tlio
state of Flordia, where Mr
Fraser owns a tract of land
which ho wants to look at.
They will make tho Journey In
an automobile. Some drive eh!
.'OH BOY!'- . 1
H Just What We've Wanted- - -A REAL JAZZ BAND I
NATHAN H. JANNEY PRESENTS THE I
I MELODYLAND JAZZ BAND
HI OF SEATTLE
f ON A COAST TO COAST TOUR I
YOUVE HEARD OF'EM I
I A REAL
I Jazz Dance
H j ONE YOU WONT FORGET- -REMEMBER THE DATE I
I MONDAY, SEPT. 8TH '
1 PALACEI4A4L-
H I GARLAND,--: UTAH
H n Monday is Tho Night That Everybody and Their Relatives I
D..A..N..C..E I
Frank MuniiB purchased John
Deer wagons from tho C. W. &
M. Co. this week.
Mrs. Lizzio Bingham of Brig
Ram City is a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Cephus E.
Anderson.
Cold weather it at our very
doors. Don't fail to . see the
Famous Stewart Heating Stoves
at the C. W. & M. Co's. soro on
South Main Street. It adv.
Attorney Dale II. Parke of
Los Angeles, Cal., was hero on
"business a few days this week.
Mr. Parke Is a brother, of tho
Parko boys of this city and
Riverside.
Mr. and Mrs. Annis Christen
sen of Salt Lake City who came
up to Peach Day, spent Tues
day evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Eph Coombs. Mrs
Chrlstensen is a Bister of Mrs.
Coombs. '
0. L. Winters, manager of
the C. W. & M. Co., says:
"Farmers who are conteirtjJIat-Beet-Lifters,
should gel their
ing buying John Deer Riding
orders in early. Fourteen were
sold ill one day" recently. At
this rate, the supply in tho slate
will soon be exhausted." It adv.
Our Military Band, with the
new Instruments, gave n'very
pleasing concert at the Bank
corner last Saturday evening
and on Sunday evening in com
pany with the Mutual Quartette
and PrcsL C. E. Smith, went
to Tremonton where a pleasing
program was rendered at the L.
D. S. chapel.
Last Sunday's and Monday's
rain storms were a blessing to
tho country. They cooled the
atmosphere, soaked the ground
for fall plowing and gave the
beets a good drink. Probably
some grain and hay wcro slight
ly damaged but the vast amount
of good done by tho rain will
counter-balance tho damage.
S. Y. Shlbata's fine Paige car
now looks like a cyclone had
struck it. On a return trip
from Brighnm Wednesday after
noon, tho car went Into -jlit'ch
west of Corinne mid ups'e'e onto
its side, bending tho fcndors'nnd
smashing tho top of the car.
There were so many cars on
tho road and in attempting to
pass another car at a sharp
turn, the car skidded and went
into the ditch. Fortunately
none of he passengers were in
jured. 'James J. Thompson retunied
tho first of the week from his
18-dny trip to tho coast with
tho "One Hundred Thousand
Dollar Club" of the Occidental
Mfo Insurance Co. Jim says:
"We certainly had some fine trip
and John D. Giles of Salt Lake
showed us a real time." In
company with tho Club ho visit
ed the important places of the
coast Btate, witnessed a bull
fight in Mexico, enjoyed a COO
milo acto rido on paved roads,
feasted and banquetted at sev
eral high-class hotels and took
in nil tho sights generally. Jim
had a little asthma trouhlo when
ho left Salt Lake, but the trou
ble vanished when ho reached
tho coast.
MEMORIAL EXERCISES
An oratoric of music unequall
ed by anything ever heard in
tho State will bo part of tho
Memorial Exercises at tho Salt
Lako Tabernacle, Wednesday
October 8. Prof. Squire Coop
i of the salt Lake Oratorical Soc
iety plans to put on one of tho
most elaborate musical festi
vals ever heard In the west.
Thursday, . Oct 9, with tho
cooperation of the Utah Stnto
Fair Association, tho Executive
Committee will bo tho hosts of
the returned Service Men of tho
Stato at tho State Fair, an el
aborate sports and athletic pro
gram is being arranged. Weath
er permitting, it is planned to
have an augmented military
band on the steps of the' State
Capitol Friday Oct. 10. After
this patriotic concert which will
bo attended by several thousand
people the returneel soryicft.m.en
of the State will bo entertained
nt a Grand Ball within the
Capitol Building.
SUSCRIBE FOR THE GLOBE
SCHOOL NOTES
Tho schools of Box Elder
County will begin their season's
work next Monday, Sept 8th.
All schools of the county will
begin nt tho same time. It is
to bo hoped that thin senson'B
work may continue through tho
year without Interruption. Wo
all hope we shall not have a
reaccurenco of tho Influenza
epidemic , which not alone up
sets our social institutions but
imperils our lives.
The teachers of the Elemen
tary school of Garland have
been assigned as follow:
Mrs. Nina W. Stnyner 1st
grade.
Mrs. Minerva Peterson -2nd
grade.
Miss Lydla Holmgren 3rd
grade.
Mrs. Mary Peterson 4th grade.
Miss Pauline Hubbard 5th
grade.
Mrs. Gula Cunningham Gth
grade.
The teachers of the Junior
High School arc C. E. Smith,
Earl Walker, Jessie Hadfiekl,
Lyman T. Thorpe, Roscoe
TItensor. The 8th as well as
tho 9th grade st.ulcnts of Trem
onton school will come to Gar
land. The seventh and eight
grades will pursue the regular
course as outlined in the State
Course of Study. 9th grade
students will bo allowed to sel
ect their course consisting of
4 or 414 credits from this list:
English 1 credit
Algebra 1 credit
Biology 1 credit
Oral Expression . .,. . 1 credit
Civics 1 credit
Music credit
Sowing ifa credit
Penmanship ....... it credit
Spelling J, credit
With the ago of compulsory
attendance Increased from 10
I to 18 years tho Junior High
School, being the only school in
this part of tho country doing
work beyond the 8th grade,
ought to be filled to capacity
this year. Students from sur
loundlng towns will bo required
by law to attend school nnd
thopo who have completed the
8th grade can find no better
place than tho Junior High
school of our city.
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FOR bHLt i''iv-rouiiiiU
fmnic resilience on corner ot
lngaUs street and l minora uye-j
nue at a burgum. unquiic oil
l. D. Welling, ungiuim uuy, Uu
Sept. U-ZU-uuv
GRAPES FOR SALE Apply
to Mrs Chris Anderson, West
Factory St, Garland Utah. 5 cts.
n pound. It adv.
"" HONE1' FOR SALE Now
crop comb and extracted honey
now ruuuy. Seo Jos. H. Peter
son, opposite Garland Milling
Co. Aug. 23-Sept 20. adv
FOR SALE East half of the
northwest quarter of section 20,
township 12 noVth, rango 4
west, Salt Lake Meridian, con
sisting of eighty acres. Address
King Company, State Bank,
University station, Seattle,
Washington. Aug. 23-Sep,13
adv.
BICYCLES Seo Clifford
Peterson for bicycle supplies and
repairing. Opposite Garland
Milling Co. Aug. 23-Sept. 20 adv
Open all tho time. Hours 9
o 4. SPanglor's Photo Studio,
riicmonton, Utah. m24-tf
FOR SALE Good homo la
3arland at a bargain. Situated
)n Factory street Enquire of
Harry Passoy, 803 20th St.,
Dgden, Utah, or John J. Shum
way, Garland. ml7-tf-adv.
FOR SALE Tomatoes, Crab
Apples and Honey. R. E. Stef
Ifenson, phono G4-A-1, Tremon
ton, Utah. aug 30-tf-adv
Old papers for sale at tho J
I Globe office Be per bundle. . i
PEACHES FOR SALE 2,000
bushels of Elberta peaches for
"sale at $1.00 per bushel. Bring
your own loxes and pick them
from tho trees. Peaches now
ready. John P. Holmgren, Boar
iRiver City, Utah. Aug. 30 Sopt.O
Apti
Garland Cafe
a good .place to
EAT
meals at all hours.
MHS.G.S. MOWUY.Ptup
Gailuml, Utah
Garlared
Milling Com
pany Manufacturers of the Famous
PRIDE OF UTAH
Straight Gnitlc
FLOUR
AIhoiiII kinds of Mill Slull
The best mill in tho Boar
River Valley
Highest cus-h i.tiee pniti foi
rtOOD WHEAT. NMh'hI mc
pted for stoniKH to he ilttiwn
nt in flour.
NfcAH TIIK DKPOT
Uaiiu,;d, - - - Utah
WM. E. DAVIS j
LAWYER
Practices in all Courts I
irirst National Bank Bldg j
URICHAM. UTAH j
Hadley's
GARAGE and LIVERY
Tremonlon.'Utah N
Phone 18
Cars at all times for Pus
scMiK'r Traffic to nil parts of
the county. Automobiles
repaired and emed for by
the da.v or week
Ua.iol'tc, (il and :ipillc
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Clothes Cleaned,
Pressed and I H
Repaired 1
Coombs Si Persson H
Company M
THE CLOTHIERS H
Tremonton
Furniture Co.
LICENSED
EM3ALMERS
AND .
Undertakers .
MODERNLY EQUIPPED 'H
Tho Most UP-TO-DATE
MORGUE
In Northern Utah H
7 remonton, Utah M
e3uNiclit Phone 91 H
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Garland City .
HOTEL I
D. L. Fnrniwortli. Manager, H
W. E- GETZ I
EYESIGHT H
SPECIALIST H
Permanently Located H
I have tho oxporionco nrd H
training, togothor with all mo- . H
dorn equipment, for properly H
testing tho oyos. H
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PRICES REASONABLE H
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