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I -f Vol.1. No. 27. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Aug. I.I, 1906 H
II W Culture Club
I SEASON'S BIG EVENT.
fl A Social Gathering That Delighted nil
Present and Demonstrated the
H Entertaining Ability of tho Ladle'
B Seif-Culturo Club.
M The crowning event of tha Reason was
I the Lawn 1'arty at tho Factory Hotel
,M grounds last Tuesday evening, given
under the auspices of tho Ladle' Self-
H Culture Club. The beautiful lawn mid
urouiuls that surround tho hotel was
iU certnlnly an Ideal sjiot for an elaborate
flfl function of this character. The ground
wore hrllllautly lit up with electric light
Hnv for the oecn.siou and presented an Invit-
Hli log aniHiiirnnce. Tables, laldcu with
HH choice fruits, were lu evidence and were
Hf tastefully decorated with sweet peas of
Hh all rotors. The chief attraction vsa.thn
" talilo where punch was served to the
i guests present, tho quality of the article
belli? unsurpassable. The Military
Ji Hand, in full uniform, were In attend-
H aucu and gavo llfo to thu social with
HJ1 their excellent selections of music.
HJI, The committees In charge of tho event
HJ deserve much credit.
HH Over one hundred guests participated
HJ In this affair aud pronounced It one of
HJ the most pleasant socials ever given in
HJ this city. Various out-door games were
HJ indulged In aud tho social spirit thai
HJ prevailed was particularly noticeable.
Hj The evening wai pleasant and cool.
H -iH-llelous refreshments were Bcrvcd on
HJ tbo lawn to the tsutsta, after which nil
HJ present engaged in dancing mid romping
HJ to the miisfrrof tho band.
HJ The affair concluded with a grand
HJ march aud cake-walk led by the Garland
Military Hand. Mr Geo Austin then
HJ proposed u vote of thanks and .three
-Hieem for the Ladies' Self-Culture Club,
HJ which was responded to In cheers that
H echoed far noil wide. The baud was
H tendered a similar detnoustratiou of
Hll cheers, conducted by Mr Moslah Kvaus.
HJf The (ioelul lasted till the midulght
Hj hour aud was full of enthusiasm from
Hh beginning to end. Kven at tills late hour
H the crowd were loathe to leave the
HJ - ". grounds realizing that the time had gild
m ual by tit an exceedingly rapid pace.
HJ - I; "t t . v Lmlles Sclf-Oiilturo Club certain-
K1 M I.'"'"- how to ((induct a social and are
H. i"? ei-of (Via medal fur their entertaining
S All liictnlicrs of the Garland ('omiiicr-
-H rial Club are earnestly requested to meet
MB at the Club Itooms next Mocdnv even-
H Ing, Aug. 13, to devise ways anil iiienns
H by which to put new life into the organ-
H ' Izallou ordNbaud.
B MofiAH Kvanh,
H l'resideut .
AH Jbe Qarlaud Mercantile Co, Incorjtor-
SB ated, with U W Kinidson and Win 1'rcs-
HJ ton as memliersof tho firm, have pur
H . chased the business foriucrlv owned nod
HJ operated by W A Hay, deceased. It Is
H nun of the beet business corners lu town
HJ The uew eompmiy will dispose of con-
HJ side mhle of the stock uowou hand auiia
H rcdiiul figure und re stock the establish-
HJ iimuiid conduct u general merehandlM'
HJ Jiwsliujuiiit theold stand lu the future.
HJ MrTitwton is the-mauager of the new
HJ firm. "Wright -Vvansr-who has been u
H clerk for soiur time past, haa bceuciigag
HJ td bv the new firm. Iloth l'rcstnoand
HJ ' Kuuilson arc iicnof business ability and
HH we predict for tbo uew firm u bright
HH .w. tuture.
M T Fast Day Services.
H At the regular Fast Day meeting held
H .. at the hall last Huuday, Aug. flth, tlrot
H' counsellor I) K Mauuing presided. The
I-"" choir furnished the Hluglug under the
direction of chorister w II Cramlall.
W Gnenlng prayer by Elder Goo Ilenrle.
IS The- sacrament was administered by Kid-
r I ers I'eler I loss ami A II Archibald, Kid-
rr Win King read an article from the
( , Era by l'rcs. -los. F. Htulth ou fitylu and
I I Fashion. There were a' number of babiiis
H blessed. The mcetlug ws turned hut
.HI to the congregation for testimony bearing,
Pi i uuite a number responding. Hinging,
,-' Jleuedletioii by Klder Oluf Johnson.
, 1 1 Udies' Self-Culture Club.
ft I The incmliers of tho Ladies' Helf-Cul-
I turn Club wiru delightfully entertaiurd
at the Club House Tliurkday nfteruoou
1 by Mw J J Hellers. There were thirteen
I ntemburs present.
At this meeting the reading of the In-
if tereilhig tory entitled 'Gratistari" was
V rompleted, Mra Homseu doing tbo rend-
J jug. There wax uo bunluos of iuipnrt-
auco transacted. At the eouelusloii of
the htory delicate refreshments were
i-"" served and tho club iidjourncd for two
weeks to meet at the homo of MrsC .J
H f Tho Garland Mill has received Its tlu-
M . Ishiug touches in tho shape of a ueat coat
J, of paint and a sign "Th'ft Garlaud MITF
ft' lug Co." that cuu he read from the main
1 " street of our towu. Mowry aud MilU
did the job.
Thc Hox Klder County Sunday School
excursion to Saltair Thursday was one
of tho largest from the county thii sen
sou, nearly every town being represent
cd. TJie 'crowd in attendance grently
exceeded tho expectations of the H It
Co as tho number of cars furnished for
the branch were filled at Malad and
staudiug room was nt a premium when
the cars arrived at Garlaud. Tho excur
sionists from this city were compelled to
stand in the baggage car. At Tremnnt a
Boxcar UaJiulU'U lli'l'lll UUlll'U
odate that city and tho same addition
made AtCorinue. Most everyone found
scats from Ilrigbam to Salt Lake, though
the ears were rilled to their utmost cap
acity. Tho excursion was ery success
fill from a financial point of view. Gar
land turned out In good style. Malad
City furnished a good crowd and their
excellent bund accompanied the excur
kIiiiiMIs from that place playing good
music both going and coming. The many
attractions at h'altalr tills .season make
the day'soutlngn pleasant one. The re
turn trip was pleasant till. the change to
the branch was made and then the "stand
ing" delegation "stood pat" tilt the
train arrived home at 3 p'm Friday morn
II Ottc, Mugr of Ititer llroa Drug store,
preferred to ride in the engluu mid
"hcnxoconl" for his transportation rath
er than stand in the crowd aud have his
corns stepped on.
Ye editor roosted on a box of chickens
mid T II Kdwards took the cowcatcher
to "Atoid the Hush" aud bo ou time to
get it-scat nt Drlghiim.
W V Katou was tempted to ride the
breaks but ho did not want the distinc
tion of being the only person sitting
Moslah Kvaus and W I) Lewis started
to walk, but Lewis trnietnhered that he
bud made a date at lirigham at 10 a in,
and did uotuaut losiirpiiM) the fellow
there by chining In one hour ahead of the
train, so they decided to "Miindlu" with
the crowd. '
Conjoint Session of the M. I. A.
11 J Truuell bad charge of the M I A
conjoint session held lu this dty last
Sunday evening. The singing wns con
gregational, Jos Klrkham conducting,
Opening prayer by Klder Chase Glcitsou.
MoMn Kvaus rendered a-fileuslng Dolln
nolo with piano accompaniments by Miss
Kssie Kvaus. Klder Fred J. Iloltou of
Hrlglinm, delivered an able addiesson
the doctrines of the Mormon Church.
Singing, lienedictiou by Mrs lllugbam.
Mr and Mrs Jos Jensen were in lirig
ham the fore part of the week.
Just ijs theS. H excursion train was
having' .Saltair Thursday evening, Hurt
HIsmiii of Tremnnt, who was standing in
ii baggage ear, fell from the train and
sustained severe iujiij-y about the back.
He returned thu salne evening though
feeling iiuilti sick from the injury receiv
ed from tho fall.
Kdltor, Globe: In your Isjiiiu of Sat
urday July U8th, lu the second column
of tho tlrst page, In telling how the Jap
anese fireworks fortification wasdeeornt
id, you have mentioned the American
ring last. Iu speaking of tlu lings of
dllfereiit nations, if our cwhlcmls ou the
lint, either Inspcnkiiig or writing", alwayu
give it llr.t place" This iimyJseeui a
little thing but think it over and mo If it
Li not worth correcting.
Thu almvo Is correct , but In nspict to
Hie loyal and generous little Japs who
helped to uinl.e the rcMirntiou such a
MicrcNi, we gave them rlrst place lu our
write-up aud felt that we could hardly
do them justice iu mentioning them or
their colors iu u secondary teiisv. The
Japaueso custom U to depreciate self and
do honor to others, so we Imitated their
custom ami gavu tUetn the honor that
Stomach Trouble and Cunatipation.
No oiieenu rcai-onably hope for good
iligotlou when the bowels are roiiKtip'it-i-rt.
Mr. Clias Haldrtln, of .Kdwards
villi , III., )t: "I niilfcred from chronic,
constipation and stomach troubles for
several years, but, thanks to Chamber
lulu's StotuaeU and Mvcr Tablets, am al
urhi ruredtlL.Why not get a packirpcrof
thcMi tablets lUllLgtTeiraTul staylCllr
J'rWu-STceuts .Samples frte. For sale
Iby Kiter Hros. Ilrug Co.
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No Special Features
Local Team Cauuot Ovcrcomo Hoodo
Which Hovers Over It When Vca
turiug Into Cacho Valley To Flay
'"114 i Mill 'nmi'Rj 'ii'iiyMMew imm !
over w Ith. The Garland Haso Hall Team
went to Wellsville Saturday last, as some
of you have doubtless heard ero this, aud
receive d at the hands of the stalwart
Wellsvlllelti's rather a severe drubbing,
a drubbing which will not be forgotten
by the home boys for several days to
comu. The boys went over iuto Cache
Valley with the hope burnliig'ln their
hearts that they might overcome tho
hoodo which has always followed them
Into that section of the country. Hut
their hopes were blasted, and they were
doomed to bitter dinipolutment. 'Tis
sad to tell, the score of that Wellsville
gaum is, but let's out with it. When
the third man iu the ninth inning for
Garland had been put to tho "tall un
cut" the i-coro board had this to tell:
Garlaud7; Wellsville 10. It was indeed
a very tamo exhibition of base ball from
start to finish. Of course it had its fea
tures, but they were few aud far between
unless making a slobery pick-up and
then deliberately throwing the hal as
far as possible over the Holders' heads
can be called feature, iu that event there
were features plenty. We must SHy,
however, that the home run by Van
I.cuvan, who the tlrst time up culled the
ball just inside the third base Hue clear
over the fence, was a beauty and should
have put no end of ginger Iuto thu local
bunch. Featherstoueiilso plajed a good
game behind the bat, which partially
counterbalanced the erratic playing of
his team mates. Nor weru the errors all
(in the pint of the Garland team, not so,
when it came to ernr-inakliig Wellsville
was there with her shaiu too. It was
a eno of which team' could make thu
The line-up aud icorc by innings was
WKI.LHVILLE OAKLAND '
I'oppletou c Featherstone
C Miiughati 2 b Seliatfcr
A Miiiighnu p ' Fettiugill-Kvaus
It Miiughim 1 b Wallis
Stewiut - s s Turner
G .Maugliiiii !1 b Kvaiis-l'cltingill
K Mnughau cs Vau Leuvnu
J Alhn 1 f Miller
Woodward rf Gleasou
1 S 3 -I 5 0 7 8 11 Total
Welliv llle 2 0 'J I) 0 4 fl 2 15
Garland ..... . ...1000211 1017
The Foulger Studio is having a good
run, judging from tho ueat, well-filled
photo ease that stands I u front of the
establishment. The work Is up to tho
Marriages licenses was Issued in Hrlg
linm to .the following on the following
(lutes named: ug 7th, to Jo A Ormu
and M Ins Lucy Yates of Callsfort; Aug
1st to Joshua' Hchronk and Miss Lelu
Kagley of Tiomout.
. Sirs Alvln Keller and children, Mrs
Mattle Keller and Mrs Fetor Jensen,
mother of Jos Jensen, all of Mantua,
were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph
Jensen the fore part of thu week.
If you want a good crop of
entries next season, do not fail to
spiMy your cherry and pear trees
within thu'iiext 15 dnys, as the last
crop of bliigs for this season nre
now laying their eggs on the
leaves and will soon hatch "out and
a it the Ich ves. Many of the cherry
trera in the county Jiave been de
strosed by these slugs. The law
com pel Is everybody to spray their
tree and ihe County Commis
sioners have notified tne to inforce
1 he law.
W. O. Knudson,
it Go. Tree Inspector.
Don't ferget The Foulger .Studio. 2t
Go to the Sa-sscr Itcstaiirunt for Ice
I'renm, Choice Candies and Cold Sum
mer DrluUs tf
AeiUe attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come 011 without warning aud prompt re
lief must he obtained. Theie U no neces
sity of iiirurriug tbn e.peiisu of a phy
sician's service In mieli rase if Chamber
liiinV Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Item
edv Wat hand, A dose of this Remedy
will relieve the patient before a doctor
could arrive It has uuvvr been Uuowu
tu.Lill.evni UHlic most severe and dan--gvmv
ras ami uo family should bo
w Itliout It. For saleTy Klter Hros, Drug
I Getthe I fffff MfVifSL I GCtU" I l
Habit of I VJ.Vr.Vr VI MVTT iJ JWfltat . H
I TKADING I I TaM,Ua. '
I iiootiik's. 1 GdOOIcD N EAo 1 nooTi":'s-1- i'M
25 PER CLNT 01T ggmTfete bae ot' Dry Goods
Since the season is approaehlng its V vVjji K Our entire line ot Hhoes (Kfords and , , :l
cloe, we nre anxious to sell out our CJJjf S Fn-tty Hose will selUext week nt dis- jB
Stock iu 'order to makt. room for Fall 101 m,ut " ' ''' ' Hl
,, , ,, , . . , . ii 55 ) Do vou need a Furati or Haad Ilagf , . iH
Goods. Come aud see what w: have for S fO ., . . , , . ' M
! xi Jit U(l savings on our I'urscs will help to jH
y- r K 11 "" lbm' jl
rAVWA'JWJftV'V'aW4f?iW V I MftfAV1. . . ,
If yo'u haven't seen our line of Meu'a (w 1 Our dainty OrgandL's and Dimmes arc B
S w ) "JU '"'"fe''1 'ur coolness imd u)pearauce. rH
Clothing, dou't put It off any longer. Wo jZ rvx it 'iM
L , ftVJ $ KIMONOS. 81UKT WAISTS Kill- iM
have suits to fit all manner of men. X DONS, all going CIIKAF. jH
faSAWJWfft I I tlf5JW4?AUWJftCAW ' fr
Yours for BARGAINS fiH
Boothe Mer. , Produce Co., M
t-THE MOST POPULAR STORE IN BOX KLDER COUNTVg ' jH
Wines and Liquors for Meilicinnl pur
poses nt KiterJJros Orug Store. JO-tf
Hee tho big ads of the Agrlc. (JoSege and
University of Flab lu tills Issue
W. fl. Evans,
Painter, Paper-Htnger and Cal
cimlner. Inquire at Sasser Restaurant.
Garland, ----- Utah.
C J. CampbeBI,
E. H. MILLER,
Painting and Paper-Hanging.
Subscribe for the
und help your rome Paper
in Building up the Tovn
Next Ioor East of Boothe's
Mrs. Ava Satser,
rtegular Meals and Lunchea are Served,
The Best Place In Tho City.
of rmvr class quality
IS OUK HOIlIiy.
oiveDDs A TRIAL ORDER
Lumber! ' - ' m
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We are prepared to furnish you with Lurcher oj: all kinds liav- ll
ing just received a large shipment. More coming daily. il
Are You looking for Lumber in iH
HORT I ENGTHS? v aIH
Well, we have it. 3 'i M
Complete Line of Lumber. .and Building Material Always oh Hand ! jfH
JENSEN BROS. 9
i(Suecessorn to Ilyruin Jen-ten) rll
Garland Utah. ifH
We nre pleased to announce to the people of Garland and'"" 'hH
vicinity that we' have recently bought out the mercantile business. 'fl
of W. A. Ray,(decea8ed,) and will open up on Monday, August 13, ''H
and will offer anything in the store at 25 to 50 per cent less than you ' flH
have been in the habit of paying for same goods. Our terms will be ,,JCH
CASH or produce positively no credit We expect to pay cash for ''fil
all goods, hence we will be in a position to make close. prices. We .'JJEIH
kindly invite you to call and see goods and get our rjrices .before . 3RHr
buying elsewhere. Courteous treatment and satisfaction guaran- H9!b
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teed- Yours. respectfully, , ttfiwfvl
Garland . .... ; . 'Jfl
jTelpeantile Co. B
' W,M, PRESTO,'' Manager ' Hf
1 Have Your SHOES FIT by Experienced Shoe Men. Our Stock is Becoming More Complete each day. "TT . V. 'zfTT7 ' " 'H
l ,&r Ad our prices are Rjght- U GoiTieL C ' I HE i OULGER" VOMPANY; " ?S
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