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1 " H I i I I THE GARLANDlaxHD ' I BH - --...l - ll DEVOTED TO THE INTRESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY iaaaW dbbbbbbI I Vol.l. No. 5. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, rich 31,1000. I Reciprocal Relations. H In response to tho letters sent to tho H various Commercial Club of the state, H The Garlaad Commercial Club has recclv- ed the follow log communications in rela- tiofis to exchange of courtesies: Provo, Utah, March 21, .1006. Gentlemen: Your communication of the 10th Inst, duly received and read before the Club at their regular meeting held last evening. Upon the unanimous resolution of the club I am diructed to advise you that we are heartily lu favor of your movement for reciprocal relations with your club and Its members; believing as set forth la your letter that same will be the mu tual advantage of all club members of Loth our clubs and any other club with ' whom this arrangement is entered into. Yours very respectfully, Julius C. Anderson, Secretary. Lehl, Utah, March 26, 1906. Garland Commercial Club, Garland, Utah. ' j Gentlemen: v' In reply to your invitation of the 16th lust. Inviting reciprocal relationship be twecn the Garland and Lehl Commercial Clubs, I am Instructed to accept the in vllation aad express the kindly feeling which is held here towards the orgautea tlon in Uarland. Every privilege ot a fraternal nature will gladly be exttuded'lto members, of the Garland club when visiting our city. In return we shall appreciate the re clprocal treatment suggested in your letter. May the sjilrit grow and result 'fa the Industrial prosperity of our com monwealth. I am Very truly yours G. N. Child, ikertury. Kaysville, Utah, March 28, 1006. Garland Commercial Club, Garland, Utah, Gentlemen: Your communication of March 16th, was presented to the drictor of our. Com mercial Club last evening, and I am directed to say that we heartiiy approve uf your suggestion for exchange of cour . tesic among Utah Commercial Clubs, and so for la in our power e shall try juid carry uut the spirit of your sugges tion. It occurs to us that we should know what response you have from other or ganizations, so that our membership cards might have on the back u list of the .country clubs that are Milling to unite in such au arrangement; 1'crhaps when you have had replies, you could aupply us with such list. We are unly a week old and we are homeless as yet, hut hope for better things. Respectfully, Ueary II. BJuod, rfcerotary. JUacs&caa Fork, Utah, March 26, 1806. Oarlaud Commercial Club, Garland, Utah, GeiiLlcjaicn: Your communication of the 10th inat. regarding the establishment of an ex. change of courtesies etc. between the various Commercial Clubs ofthestato, fjf was received and presented at a meeting of the club last Saturday night March 24, and by unamlnous vote of the club, tho proposition was approved of and was re ferred to the committee on membership with Instruction to futlicr Investigate, and In conjunction with like committee from the various other clubs, make nil necessary arrangements to accomplish tho object of your communication, The chairman of this committee Is Mr. , II. Stout, aud any communications you may desire to transmit as to your plans to cousumsto theso arrangements, can.be addressed to him. Trusting that reciprocal relations may be established betweon all commercial clubs In the stote and wishing The Garland Commercial Club the best of success. We are Yours very respectfully. J.W.Btorrs, Secretary. Up to tho hour of 'going to press no word has been received from the Com- merclsl clubs of Logan, Brlghain and I other places whero letters weru sent. I - No doubt tho above mentioned clubs have not mot in regulur session bIuco the v letters were received. Favorublo replies A' arc looked for and. If received will up- posrln our next issuo. Mr. and Mr. Ursel Hose spent Thurs. ' day at Elwood, tSfGet your Butter Wrappers printed at the Globb Job Office Arthur Stayner son of the late Arthur Btayaw, Br., the begronor of the Utah sugar Industry In UUb. was in Gar uud Thursday,, the guest of Mr aud Mrs V L Grover, Shoulder Dislocated. Jos. Orgal had the misfortune to have bis shoulder dislocated Thursday after noon. He secured a rig a'. The Garland Livery and drove to the northern part of town. Near Al Graver's residence the rig went down in the mud and the double-trees broke. Mr. Orgal was thrown out striking on his shoulder which was dislocated. Drs. Frank and Green replaced the shoulder and at last report he is Improving. Beet Culture. Jobu P. Holmgren, Dear River City. One of the advanced grades of farming In this section Is raising sugar beets, and In this there' may be success or there may be failure. The first requisite Is fertile soil, of a medium sandy loam, which preferably should be fait plowed, to a depth of eight or nine inches, and not harrowed until spring, as the frott aad thaw of winter will aid in pulverizing tho surface, aud the winter moisture will penetrate to a greater depth, and reduce the number of irrigations the next sum mer. If spring plowing is done it is well to firm tho soil by Homing crosswise and lcnirthwiso and harrow it Immediately after to return the moisture. The seed bed should be worked until it is fine and mellow, a beet growing la garden cul ture on an extended scale. Ground on which luccrn has grown from five to ten years baa fertility sulllclcnt to produce a good yield and particularly if potatoes are grown the first year after luceru, though oats or othtr grain might be grown first, and this Is only to glvo tlmo for tho roots to decay before planting into beets. Beets can be successfully grown the first year after luceru, by gathering oil the roots. lJut them In a pile and haul them ou again next season. They contaiu excellent fertility. Planting should be done about April 10, but care should be takcu not to plant too early, while tho ground Is too cold and not too lato so that it will not ger minate the seed. The beet is a very hardy plant and will thrive ou soil that coutain considerable mineral, but naturally yields best on rich loamy soil, wbittb can be made to pro, duce as much as forty tons pr acre, though fifteen tons Is a very profitable crop. Fifteen pounds of seed to the acre seems to bo nearly right, planted from one to one and one-half Inches deep. Too deep planting sometimes causes failure. When the beets are up aud have four leaves on, thinning should begin Early tliluuiug Is advantageous. Thin from eight to twelve iuches apart. About teu days after first thluntug begin to second thin, by taking out all double beets, and hoo out all vlsiblo weeds, thereby conserving moisture aud loos ening the soil around the plants1. Culti vate five or six tlmus with the horso cul tivator before the leaves get too large to Interfere. i,ct the beets sutler befor you begin to Irrlga.c, but after beginning see that they get water when necessary, lieet ground should be well levoled. Fall watering of beet ground lessens the number of irrigations next season. Ro tate your farm with lucern, grain and beets Feed your hay to dairy cows, sell their produce to the creamery Barn yard fertilizer Is worth the valuo of tho Lay and grain the tows eat, if hauled on the beet land. -De.scrct Farmer. Information Bureau. For all kinds of Information on poll tlces, religion and finances, call at Tho Utah Sugar Co's store room about noon every day where these topics are thoroughly discussed. Lovi also enter tains those present with a spicy story which is very Interesting. J . T. Roberts also entertains with luuch One or tub Boyb. , Rumor Is afloat that two of Brigham's sports have applied to the Garland Town Board for permission to pull off an excit ing prize fight In this city soon. Mr. and Mrs. John Shumway went to Clarkston last week, Lorenzo Smith spent last week In Logan Found White silk Muffler. Call at the Globe Office. John Cederland of Logan was In Gar land one day this week. M A Boothe was a vlst or to Brlgham and Salt Lako Saturday last. Miss Phorburu Murle Is one of tho "Hello" girls .at central. Jewler Lewis hoisted his big clock this week on the corner of Frctory and Maiu streets. Mrs Agnes Shumway of Clarkston Is visiting her daughter in this city, Mrs James Thompson. Arthur L. llausen, representing the New York Life Insurance Co., was in Garland Friday. Mrs. Leo Clayton waa taken to the L. D. S. Hospital at Salt Lake Tuesday for treatment. Mr. Klrkham of Garland was In Brlg ham Monday. The musicians of Gar land are going to build an Academy of Music and Dancing, Hox Elder Report, Alwtyi Keep ChunbtrUIn' Cough Rrmeby In His House. "We would not be without Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy. It Is kept on hand continually in our borne," says WW Kearny , editor of the Independent, Law ry city, Mo. That Is just what every family should do. When kept at hand ready for instant use, a cold may be checked at the outset and cirted In much less time, than after It has become settled in tho system. This remedy is also without a peer for croup la children, and will prevent the attack when given as soon os the child becomes hoarso, or even after the croupy cough uppears, which Cttu unly ho done when tho remedy is kept at hand. For sale by Ritcr Bros Drug Co, Join the Club. There are quite a few men In Garland who have not added their names to the Commercial Club aad wo clip the follow. Ing suggestions from an exchange why they should join the club: 1st Every citizen ought to have a de sire in his heart to see his town grow aud prosper. 2nd He ought to desire that it re sources should be developed. 3rd Ho should desire to see It beauti fied, parks built, roads made and various Improvements mode that may be over looked for years, except for the watch ful and interested eyes and minds of thoso placed on various committees for this purpose. 4th Ho should desire to see a united and social atmosphere instead of disseu tlon aud bitter feelings among his city's inhabitants, 5th He should be willing and ready to boost for his town first, last and all tae time. 6th As citizens we should get ac quainted with each other, that there may be less misunderstandings among lit. Theso are a few things that the Com mercial club will help to accomplish. They can assist the Town Board in many ways by standing at their backs aud of fering their support In times of need. Any man who has these desires in his heart Is eligible, be he a preacher, pro fessor, professional man, tradesman, merchant or farmer. Join the.club and pull hard together for GAfcLAND. Uudergoes an Operation. Ursel Roso, of tho firm of G rover & Rose, is quietly resting at home this week unable to be at the store as usual by reason of an operation he underwent at Ogden the fore part of last week. Ever since he was a boy of twelve years lie has suffered with a fever sore or White Swelling on liN leg lust above tho ankle. Ho has sought relief In three or four itnsuccfssful operations and the diseased member has caused him con sldcaable pain and Inconvenience. Dr. Rich of Ogdcn performed this last opera tion and In conversation with Mr. Rose ho informed us that he has hopes of a speedy recovery. The manv trlcnds of Mr. Rose hope to see htm galu his wanted health and strength. ' Hotel Arrivals Clayton IIoum For wk andlna March 31 1 Grant Wynn. Ulackfoot, Idfui N IVmbanm, A HHudon. LAIW.r-,BLCIty; J W Woten. K Younr, Chicago, Lewi. Williams, Rftmirla. Id.; MIm Tlllle SorenMD. Nlenll NelMn. Brtahun City, Don McCrmry, Pucsttllo. Ha.: T Ethtrington. CH Converon. Offden: H P Sm. H A With will. Omaha: M L Llih, Dw.y villi. Wm Douclu. Ogilin. A Favorite Remedy for Beblea. Its pleasant taste and prompt cures have made Chamberlain's Couirh Remedy n favorite with mothers of small children. It quickly cures coughs colds and pre vents any danger of pneumonia or other serious conscouenccs. It not only cures croup, but when given as soon as tho croupy cough appcarcs will prevent the attack For sale by Rltcr Bros. Drug Co. Lehi The following notes from Lehl Manner March 23nd, will be of interest to friends In this vicinity. Bert Klrkham of Raymond, Canada, has received a letter from Box "11." John A Fox, Carlos Schovv nnd Ld Hutching have received letters from Box "B." They arc asked to go at once on missions Cbas.J. Campholl, at ono time a resi dent of Lohl and agent for tho O. R. L. has been mndo cashier fur the Garland Bank nt Garland, Utah. Willi Mr. and Mrs. Mark Austin were at Rlgby attending a banquet given by the Rlgby Commercisl Club, Mrs. Austin stepped on a sheet of Ico and had the misfortune of falling ami broke her leg. She had to remain fur somo time at Rig by, but last reports were that she is get ting along as best she could under the circumstances. Eexrma. TitUr. Salt Rh.um, Itch, King Worm, Ilcrpe. U.rtwri' Itch. All of theso diseases are attended by Intense Itching, which Is almost im-tautlv relieved by applying Chamberlains Salve, and by Its continued uso a per inuueut cure may be effected. It has, in fact, cured mauy cases that had re sisted other treatment. Price 25 cents per box. For salo by Rlter Bros. Drug Co. Tho Box Elder Report of Mar 28, has a number of Horns under tho head of "Garland Notes" that appeared In tho last Issue of tho Globe though slightly rearranged. You are welcome to the notes, Brother, but glvo us tho credit mark, Tho "Fats" aud tho "Leans" played a mnudicd game of Imso ball at the Ath letic Park ball grounds yesterday after noon, The llno-up uud bcore will oppar next weok. James Kcnnsrd and Miss Elizabeth S .Janljuu, both of Hlver.-.kle, weru united iu marriage at tho Logan temple one day this week according to tho Logan Journal GGGGeeGGGGGGG. (GGGGeGGGGGGcS jH If you don't Q O "f fik PlItrllOCA 1 "yd0't gl I tradewithu. WCllV JL 111 VilCLOV trait with us 5 wo both lose g 8 wo both lose 3 H I moaey - YOU CBJL WQQX 1X16111 anyWHCrC money v? cnce complete com- I q i jW fort-satisfaction which ? 8 ? wlBk the correct dresser t ; 1 m'SmMmm always feels. if 5 a irlMrm They look -they wear -they j, v it " H 'WrJar are like the good merchant tai- I C ? VMttflf lored garments - the GREAT f KraflMfsPl deference is in the price, t j m 1 I C They are the p . H ftflplir "Loewenstein-Made 4 I mmoc ' llfll Clothes ww I oat I IjBp This store is stocked with Qettiie .1 I rxahttofl V; dependable wearing apparel Hautof . I I trading I lllfV nothing else finds a'place here. TRADINa I I 11 iyll Come See What "WE i l I I BooTHB's. ' jP Offer. I boopthe,s' 1 B aCKCCC)CS(5 GGGGGGGeGGGGa The School Piano Again. In our last issuo we mentioned the fact that the trustees had Just Installed n new Carstcnson Jfc Anson Co. piano in the public school of this place A num ber of lnq"lrlcs whether tho trustees In tend purchasing pianos for the schools 1. this district led us to Inquire of Mr. Smith, the principal, Just whero thi funds required by the purchase of tin piano came from. He said: "It carai about lu this way. Last fall I raenttonei the fact that the school had no muslca Instrument of any kind to a number ol intluntlal persons in the town, especially to Mr. Moslah Evans. He thought li possible to raise by subsciptlon at least a good portion of tho amount needed ti purchase an lnslrument,and immediate!) ?;uaranteea to raise at least 73 at th actory. I circulated another subscrip tion blank mysolf. Mr. O L. Winter headed tho list with a good sum. At that tlmo Mr' Lewis was appointed trus tee to succeed Mr. Capencr and he was asked to get, If possible, an appropration from tho district. Ho succeeded lu doing no March 10, 1006, and tho piano was purchased. It Is a regular I4u0 In strument but because of tho advertlso ing advantage the Arm sold it some what cheaper. Of the amount paid I raised 175 by subscription and entertain mcut. The school board gave I1S0 and tho balance was given by the factory people, It was a cash deal and Mr. vans did tho purchasing. Some of the money subscribed has not yet been fmld but there Is no one on the list so Ittlu as to rcfusu to pay. It was au ef fort for the children's beucAt and no one is iujurcd In anyway." Wo compliment the Board of Trustees for the substantial way in which they are encouraging the efforts of their teachers to benefit the schools. Thore Is no doubt but that any school In this district can obtain au instrument If they will raise half the funds for tho same. Editor Norman Lee of tho Box Elder News, accompanied by his wife, leaves tho fore part of April for a trip to Cali fornia with the Utah Prc6s Association. Hon. Frank D. Hob us, who has filled the olllcc of Registrar of tho U S Land Olllco at Salt Lako City for a number of years past, has been reappointed to that position. We cxtcud congratulations. Have Factory, Want Man. The Merchunts und Manufacturers' ussoeiatlou has been on a still hunt for a thoroughly experienced sturch-makcr for some timu. with no success. Yester day the "stillness" of tho hunt was broken with the hope that some muu who is capable of Installing tho ma chinery for a starch factory at Garland and can mauage the plunt after it is equipped, would enable tho association to place starch on the list of Utah-made products to recommend for general uo, The renowned starch trust had con trolled tho local market ever since starch wa used lu tho state, uud a .Sew York label or a Kansas trade mark are be coming more offensive u cry day to those who are especially Interested iu tho movement advocating tho growth of home iiidiibtiius. Gordon II. Place, managor of tho as sociation, says tho Uurluud people have financed their starch factory and are prepared to buy machinery and start work as soon us a manager can be hired. luter-Mountatii Repuhlicau. i i i Base Ball. Letters have been Bent out by the Base Ball Committee of this city to tho man agers ot Base Bull teams throughout tho county la hopes of getting them toge ther In a meeting today to organize a league. No reply forthcoming us we go to press so wo are unable to stato what 1 arrungeinenUi havo bi-oa mado, Wanted: A correspondent to send us a few items weekly from each of the following places: Dcweyvillo, Riverside, Elwood, Ft. Lookout, Thatcher, Penrose, Washakie, Collinston, Bear River City Trcmout and other surrounding places. Your town aught to be represented In this paper. Why not Interest yourself in telling us what Is dolngf We will sead the paper free to all correspondcata and live you some ipapcr and envelopes if you will act. Write us a letter for pub lication aad help u build dp the Great Rear River Valley. No. 12 Derailed. M The south-bound Cache Valley passes- M get No. 12, that Uiavea PrestM at about M 7 a. m.. Jumped the track six salles north M of Cache Junction Tuesday morning. M No particular damage t reported except H some damage to the track aad a Uw H hours delay. H Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edwards wrra M visiting friends In Brlgham Thursday, H a You can always get what vou want at M M. Hanson & Sons. I Brigham City's Most Progressive Department Store ' . M -A complete line of new and up-to-date - v M Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies' und Gent's H Furnishina, Shoes, and Groceries always M on hand. M Reliable Goods at Justifiable prices is our motto M We can supply your wants in both staple and fancy articles. M Be sure and inspect our goods before making your purchases, fl Highest price paid for eggs and poultry, fl tarWe do businesses H M. Hanson & Sons, North Main St., .... Brigham City, Utah. M SBaHMHMaaaaaSaaaaaVaaVHaHaaMa JUST I ARRIVED! I A nice assortment of Men's Spring Suits and Pants; , 3ffj Also a Fine Assortment of Children's and Youth's Suits for Xi Spring and Summer. nrmjf e can fit your boys up from head to foot at the right 'kWl prices. Gall and look over our line before you buy. ' If lj Yours Reap. m W. A. RAY. I 1 I H iBSSSB --'aH