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I 'M THE JjARLAND GLOBE Ml I
DEVOTED TO THE INTRESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
H v Vo1- L No- 5- Published at Garland, Utah. - Saturday, Mch 10, 1906. I
M There U do end of talk going tlio
m rounds those days among local bane ball
B fans as u thla year's prospects fop n hulr
K . railing quality of banc ball, duo, dohbt
B . less, to the beautiful weather wo have
hern having the pait week. That Is
, right, fans, got busy, we have simply got
V to have bate ball this summer. The
prospect for good base ball In Boxcldcr
E Co. were never brighter than this spring,
mi the irueMloii simply resolves Itself Into
this, w hen shall we meet and organize a
H- , league to be known as the "Boxelder Co
K Bate Hall League," consisting of ball
f tram from Garland, Tretnont, Brlgham,
K WUlard aud any other town In Boxelder
H- Co. that may feitl iu a poltloa to support
au A No 1 base ball tnuu'r A schrUuU
j t could be arranged for gu tv b played
B ""'In ttiu variirtu towns vt Uu cgunty, and
H it is needles to lay that th games will
K by tuore than lllcrully patroblxad ,if the
M fight quality of ball is forth coining. A
K purie or peuunt could be put up asau In.
KJL eentlve tv the vurejus towns to
secure- a teum thut will pbt up the quail.
B ty of goods thut imike the fans thrill
K with delight. Come now, pass the word
H along the Hue; let's get busy; each
K town appoint a dellgute to meet at some
place to be designated to draw up by.
lawn aud agreements; appoint olllcers;
B; arrange a schedule and get the thing
H moving. Lets hate an expression from
H the other county paperi In relation to
the matter imd see w hut eau be dune.
B Our Band Boys.
K On regular evening for the past month
H; our bund boys have shown up for prac
H ticc in the upper room of the Clayton
.. House mid tilled the air with music that
M; sounds gMid to us. Kvery time we heur
V the horns blow and the lieal of the drum
K Me reel like yanking of our hut and veil-
K iiifc "ilurmh for, the Garland Uuiul."
B bourn evening when they are praetlug
m jiixt stop ami II, ten a miniitu and wu
m warrant that you will agree with us that
K Garland's Hand ,l-i right up-to-date when
K it inmes to good mu.lc and the latest
B picte-i. Keep It up, Iwva.
H Our Amusememt Hall. '
K,. The Amtwemeut Hall is still undergoing
Imjiruvciuonts. This wick It received a
m tlul-li by the walls being covered with
neatly desigucd paper.
V In conversation with T. II. Kdwards,
K w ho has had considerable experience In
w the thcutricul Hue, we were informed thut
H ipiU- a lot of seeuery w HI Shortly be udd
S id to the hoUHi sueh as Interior sieuc,
f back grounds, .to. Mr Kdwards will
f haveehargeofthe work and the crown
H . Jug feature N that it will be painted right
H here at home.
H A full et of new plms lme been or-
dured aud uu elfort w Hi be made to organ.
W ize a home troup iu this city. Our town
H . boaits of a number of talented people In
m ' Kor our uart we Would rathe"r witness
K home productions and keep them6uiy
' . here- thuu patronize the passing shows:
H We are conlldcnt our home company ean
put ou as good plays, If nut better, than
' usually comes here.
Wt Cm.Monry has been busUy encaged
fur the past few'days putting the ffn&h.
m lug touches oo the interior of the build
iO(j next to the Garland Club, which
K will be opened under tht.uvangemot
H of Toui NoglDia as the AsaharBestauraot.
K 4 Mr Xogima has.lmproved the'surround
K IU ings aud will conduct a tnetroplltaa rei-
tauraut iu first class style.
M The uew miller's house Is nearly Mulsh-
M eduud the mill Is up to the square.
M A few more days of this pleasant sun-
1 sbluy weather and Mr. Mud will be a
H tblugof the past.
I We weri' Informed yesterday that the
W tract of land (40 aires) just east of this
oftlce luui beeu plaitul oft into city lots
M. which are being offered for sale. When
K the public is notiUed of this there is
H sure to be a rush to secure the cholca lots.
Hi The first chauce would be a snap.
H Mr. and Mrs. A.D. Rhodes arerislting
K relatives at Lehl, Utah, this weeR,
H AffllcUd With Rhumtiwn
m- "I 'vs aud am yet afillcted with rhei.
S- uatism," sayt Mr. J C Uavue, editor of
S-i the Herald, Add tug ton, Indian Territory,
, "but thauks to Chamberlain's Pain Balm
H: am able ouve more to attend to business.
H' It Is the best of lluiuients." If troubled
V with rheumatism give Fain liulm a tilal
K aud jou will be more thau pleased with,
Hr the prompt relief which it affords One
BH application relieves the pain. For sale by
B v Idler lltos. Drug Co.
The ,Club Move.
Tliu Commercial Club move seems to
bo taking possession of most nil the towns
of the a Kto and Garland feels proud to
be numbered among tho cities that ean
boast of such au organization. Morgan,
Utah, Is working for u club and the fol
lowing is what the editor of the Morgan
Mirror says concerning thu move:
Last week this paper called attention
to thc-neccesilty of organising n comm
ercial cluli iu Morgan, and the proposi
tion has met with universal approval.
Mauy of thu smaller towus of this aud
other states have these orgaulidtlous aud
they have becu the malu factor In the
up-buHdlug.uf the townV Wodld it not
be ttrach easier to Induce uapltal to ui
bark In an entei prise, providlug wp had
an organization to welcome it? It lias
been truly ald that "Lack of public en
terprise is the cure of tho smaller Utah
towns." This Is certainly true of Mor
gmu.'although we have begun to awaken
to annie ext -.it. A company of local men
have organized to erect a modern opera
house aud there aro other improvements
and industries we might have if wo
would only get out of he, old rut. It
seems to us that the Mayor of our city
would be the proper person to tturt u
movement towards thu organization of
a commorcial club here.
The Coalville times Is not slow to see
the benefit of this kind of anorgaul.itlon
How Bbout that Commercial Club?
Cauuot someone induce the mayor to call
a meeting 1
Bountiful is the next place in lino:
Bountiful, Feb, 27. For some time
past Bountiful has felt the need of hav
ing some one, or some organization to
look after the Imslncss'lnterests and up
building of the city aud until last night
U'i defliulto action in that linn has ever
been taken. About fifteen of the leading
business men of the town met at thu oltl
ce of Dr. II. Vun Colt and talked over
the'situatl.m. Dr. Vau Colt was ehosen
as acting chairman of thu meeting A
commileo consisting of Leo Mulr Dr. Vau
Cott, Wm. L. lilley and John 11 Burning
ham was appointed to draft a set of by.
laws and tOvxeleet a name for the organ
ization which will probably Hi kuowu us
the Bountiful Commercial Club. The
next meeting of the" club will be held
next .Monday evening, March 5th, when
i permuueut organization will be effected .
Later A meetiug was held .Monday,
March 7th, aud a pemauaut organization
effeiUil. A building will be erected at
a cost of 2it,000 and the upper rooms are
for the uew club.
Always Keeps ChunberUln's Cough
Kwnsbr In II U Housa.
"We would not bo without Chamber
lain 'a Cough Remedy, It is kept on
hand continually Iu our home," says WW
Kearny, editor of the independent, Ixiw.
ryclty, Mo That Is Just what every
family should do.. When kept at hand
ready for Instant use, a cold muy be
checked at the outset aud cuied iu much
less time than after It has become settled
In the system. This remedy Is also
without a peer for croup Iu children, aud
will prevent the attack wheu given as
won m the child becomes hoarse, oriiveu
after the croupy cough appears, which
can only be done when tho remedy Is
kept at baud. Fur sale by Hltcr Bros
MlM Mary Drake of Corluno, now
tcachlux school ut "The Sinks" and MUs
Sarah Fowler, with little Annie Wheelou
of Garland, are vMtlug Mrs M. K.Camp
bell in this city. Box KlderNuws.
UTAH BOYS WIN HONORS
Howard K. Drlggs, of Pleasant Grove,
who Is attending Chicago University,
won an oratorical coutest over competitors
from six states Feb !!:)d. The subject se
lected for the contest was "The Inner
light of Americaulsm." Thu purpose
of tho coutest was to decidu upou the
, school representative at the'Northeru
I Oratorical League coutest, which Is to be
held May 11th. -,
Horace Kccrist of FarmlugUm, who Is
ut tho University of WlMonMn, also won
'the contest at that Institution unci will
represent his school atthe siimu coutest,
Mr. Scc'rlst Is a brother of T. K. Secrlit
of this city.
B jjjjj0j0 Closing Out
B Ladles' Pumish- My entire hoe o! Foil and Winter Goods,
B Inns MUlinerw Consisting of Ladies' Furnishings,
; 'nflS nH""f HATS, Dress Goods, Etc., at let.
y Dress Goods ,. . .
B.( w . ian cost to make room for my
Hi- NOtiOnS. J ELEaANT LINE OF HPRIXG G00D8-
Wm v JBJ0J0J0Jfdtf 2X Miirif VOllT BLOCK,
M V rvmrvm -www n, U B GARLAND, UTAH.
Tuesday evening the Town Board met
In regular session, all members present
except Prcst. W. II. Rowc.
T. II. Edwnrds lictcd hs president In the
absvncuof Mr. Rosve.
Bond of Garland Club 8sloon accepted,
subject to some luldltionn which the Mar
shal was Instructed to scuuro before deliv
ery Of Ik'CUHU.
Clerk Instructed to Issue warrant for
1400 iu favor of Suit Luke Hardware Co.
as part payment of bill for cells.
Other claims allowed.
Rcpurt of Marshal 'autleet read and
'Police Judge H C. VanausQelu's report
held ovei for proper bUuU,
Mr. I. mil appoint! l to furnish proper
blsuU for thu rep-m of ofilcers.
Matter of wcurinR loan-to pay for bull
ding mid Jul! ccH carried over till next
The commltco on side-walk ordinance
reported favorabliruud the question wan
held open till next meeting.
The nppolutmcut of ofllcors wns held
over till uext meeting.
Adjourned til! March 13th.
A Favorlto Remedy for Ilble.
Its pleasant taste and prompt cures
have uiailcCliamberl.iin'tiCougli Remedy
a favorite with mothers of .small children,
ft quickly cures coughs colds and pre
vents imy danger of piumiuouiu or other
serious coiiicqiiuncns. It not only cures
croup, but when given a.s soon' as the
croupy cough appeared will prevent the
attack For suit, by Rlter Bros. Drug Co.
Relief Society Anniversary
March 17, is the annlversarv of thu the
organization of thu Relief Society. From
year to year it Is au event that "bus been
celebrated throughout the vurlous wardh
and branches of the church. The 17th
of Maivh comes thin vcur on u baturday
oue wick Trout today and arrange
ments huv m beeu made fur a celebration
of this event ou thut duv . A'eut Invuta
tlous have bieii circulated requesting
those interested to come out unci make
the day oue long to be rumemhered.
The stake presidency of the Relief So
cJetj arc expected to lie present on this
occasion anil it good time i anticipated,
Thu commltco on Invututlon consists of
Mraud .Mrs.Mosluh ICvans, .Mr and .Mis
W . U. Lewis uml Mr and .Mis Urlghum
The time of the gathering program
etc., will be announced In aitlulav n meeting.
Death of Peter Lott
Lehl, March .'!. Peter Lott, u pioneer
of Lehl, passed awuy at mldulght lust
night eged Oa.v curs ufteru lingering 111
iicks. He Is survived by four children
out of a family of nluu. With the excep
tion of 12 jears.when he lived ut Heaver,
lie has made Lehl his home since 18-10.
Fuueral M-rvercs will be held from the
first ward meeting Sunday at uoon. In
ter Mountain Republican.
Our local agent at the depot, X. W.
Parker, bade us u fond farewell v ester
day aud took bis leuvu with bis 'family
for Preston, Ida., where lie will take the
agency of that place for the companv.
lie has made many friends hero who will
regret to hear of his dupurture,
F. S Scolield, au employee of the Mis
souri Pacific R. R. has beeii appointed to
succeed Mr. Parker and is uow the local
ageut at thu depot here
Notice Is hereby given thai- there will
be a meeting of tliu stock-holders of the
Athletic Park association Iu I ho Commer
cial Club rooms, Wedncsduy. Muich 21,
lUOllfor the puiposnof electing a board
of diicctors uml transacting such other
business Hint ma) properly come before
farms Por Sale.
I ill) acre piece ou Sec. 1(1 near Tre
monton. 4 20-aeru pieces on dec. 10
near Trciuouton. 1 Dtl-ucio ritucb, with
42.40 acres water right, on Hear River In
Sec. 0 t'p 11 N It 2 west between Dewey
vllle ami Garland.
' l J. Campbell,
It will not cost you a cent to trv
Chamberlain's .Stomach and Liver Tali
lets, and they are excellent for stomach
troubles ami ruiisllpation. Gel u trial
box ut Rlter Bros. Drug Store
Mr aud Mrs .lohn Hums of Fielding are
thu guests of Mr aud Mrs Urscl Hose,
II F Miller, the barber, leaves Monday
for a trip to 8t Louis During his all
st ucu A. Ilairls of Salt Luke w III bo the
Judge H. C. Vunitusdeln went to Brig
hum Wedncsd-vy to i,ce thu out-come of
Case of Wclber Wyutt v. Jtu. Carter
GeaGeeaeGee WgggcW H
If you don't 5 1 a J sftaj Mi j q, If vau don't Q asl
I tradewlthus OalU UlCIiaSe tMde,hu, I
g wo both loso g g we bflt)l lot H
I -ney You can wear them anywhere K B
oeeeeeeeaJ y time li B
KJ ence a conpee com" B
i JtK ort"satisfaction which ? B
w 8 1 iJiP e corrct dresser B
1 i 5 MmSBi always fcels- i ' f I
? I $&P$wF!tiM They look -'they wear -they I .a B
11 txWT areliketheKodmerchntti- f " ,
v ywlK lored Sarments the GREAT I '? a H
nvBSS erence i u the price. ' ' H
1 3 mS They are th .4 1 a B
rrmfm Loewenstein-Made ..
exx ' K:jIB Clothes B
I act the I llV . This store is stocked witl j KQtl th, H
I irabit ..f i V ::-l dependable wearing apparel UMit !;. B
trading I j H nothing;' else finds a place here. 1 'Shading L I
i at I vd'3. Come See What WE I - ! B
BOOTHK'.S. 0Typ 'Offen I BOOTHifa. !
Next Door Kuttt of lioothe's
Mrs. Ava Sasser,
Regular Meals and Lunches are Served
The Best Place Iu The City.
Rooms . . 90c
Follow Inir are the arrivals at the Clay
ton House for the week ending Thursday
March 8th, 11)06:
F M Murtlu, N. Y ;.! II Garu, Fielding;
A Zlrk, W W Crossman. W .1 Lindsay.
Wm Douglass, Option; .1 W Hums, Lon
don, Kug.s Leslie (lover, Brooklyn N,
Y.; Graut Wynn, Plea-unt Grove; Geo I)
Tubbs, Riverside; M A Anderson, .las
Homer, Urlghum; A Ritun, L G Young',
L W Lawsun, W W Rlcln, II 8 Young,
II B McNair, 0 R Behler, S. L. City; L
L Kvaus, 5Ialad; J 0 Larny, O P Rumel,
Garland; F J Strubel, G U Hhelfonl, 8.F.
Cal.; 8 O Stcnhens. ligan; A Zluk, Wm
Douglas. P M Paulson, Ogdcu; W LGro
ver, II F Miller, Gualuud; C R Holder,
8. L. City.
Mclvin Carter was a Farmlngton visitor
Dell Shumwny of Clarkston was a Gar
land visitor this week.
.1. C. Whcelou Is co nil ued to his home
this week with the grip.
Mrs It L Bush Is visiting with bur par
cuts at Ogdcn, Mr and Mrs Shields.
First Class Lime
THE UTAH SUGAR CO.
G. S. Mowry,
Painting and Paper-Hanging.
C. J. Campbell,
W J FIF x J flft M
The Garland Livery B
FIFE BROS., Proprietor. H
Livery, F.rd and Sale Stables Up-to-Dte Rigga it all Hourt H
Horses aud'Mutes Bought aud Hold H
Hack Meets all Train at Dewuyvlll GarlOnd, Utfltl 1
You enn nlwnvn jet what you want at , M
M. Hanson & Sons.
Brigham City'a Moat ProgreMtve Department Store H
A complete line of new and up-to-date , M
Dry Goods, Notions, Ludtes' and' Gent's i ' M
Furnishings, Shoes, and Groceries always ( LH
on hand. i H
Reliable Goods at Justifiable prices , I
is our motto H
i , aaBj
We can supply your wants in both staple and fancy articles. H
Be sure and inspect our goods before making your- purchases. H
Highest price paid for eggs and poultry
ty We do builnessud t B
M. Hanson & Sons, I
North Main St., .... Brigham City, Utah.- H
Our Specialties I
This Week: I
Are, besides our fresh supply of all kinds of Shoe, M
Just opened up a nice assortment of Summer Dress k
Goods, Dotted Muslin, Batiste, Danoty and Seersucker and W
more to arrive soon. M
Pretty Embroidered Waist Patterns and a nice'i assort- v"
ment of L,adies' Muslin Underwear. 'w Ll
W.w invite you to call and examine goods. and prices,' &. jfotf
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Yours Resp. "-'v'r. v m-J
W. A. RAV. 1