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H DEVOIED TO THE INTERESTS OK GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLEY H
H Vol. I. No. 41. Published at Garland, Utah. Saturday, Dec. I, I90U H
H Thanksgiving Day.
BH Thanksgiving Day was observed in
H this city as a general holiday, most of
BBJ the business houses being closed all' day
Bfl and the employees given a rest. Thanks-
Bfl giving dinners wore the orderof tho day.
Bfl! A numborof ourcltlzons went away tn
Bflj spend the day. At the Amusement hull,
Bfl commencing at 11 im, Thanksgiving
Bfl: services were held and the folio wiug
Bfl Interesting program carried out:
Bfl 1 Selection by the choir "Count Your
Bfl1 Many Blessings."
H 3 Prayer by D.E. Manning.
Bfl 8 Belectton by tho choir. Thanksglv.
BB ing Anthem.
Bfl 4 Reading of Thanksgiving Proclama-
Hfl tlons-F. D. Welling.
HB 8 Trombone solo Leslie Grovcr.
HB 8 Thanksgiving speech Dp. W. L.
flH Grovcr,
HB 7 Vocal Solo J. R. Kennard of River-
B aide.
H 6 Rocltatlon-David B. Koulgcr.
HB 8 Vocal Solo Miss Essie Evans.
H 10 Speech Products of Garland and
HB the Bear River Valley Joseph Jensen .
HJ 11 Hinging by the choir Doxology.
HB 19 Bcnodlctlon by Wm. King.
flB In tho evening a dnnco was given at
Bfl tio Amusement hall for the benefit of
HI the Unrland Sunday school. The party
HB wns qulto well attended and tho net
Hi proceed aincuntcd to about 118, which
HB will just meet the Indebtedness of the
HJ organization. The 8unday School de-
HJ scrvci much credit for tho beunutlful
HJ Ssrrament set they recently purchased
HJ and presented to the ward and Is paid
for iu full.
H Three Couples Wed.
Bfl Wednesday Israel Hunssker of Honey-
Bfl villi-, and Miss Rosa Carter of Brlghnm
Bfl City, were married at the Logan temple.
BH The name day at the Salt Lake temple
BH Clarence Jensen of Mantua and Miss El-
BH fled a Lund of Brlgbam City were united
HB 4 In marriago Thursday at the Salt Lnke
Hfl! ' temple Miss Genevieve Blackburn and
Bflj Iturx-rt Olaen both of Brlgbam City em-
Bfl barked on the matrlmoulal sea. We
HJj wlh all of thu above a happy and pros-
HJ: pirous journey through life.
HJ' Mrs. Kllcn Curler of Brlghnm City Is
HJ the guest of her daughter, Mrs J. II.
B Wallis.
B Death of Mrs. McMutrie.
Bfl Mrs. Minerva McMurtrle, wife of
Hi Mathow W. McMurtrla, died at cloven
HJ o'clock Tuesday night from the effects of
Hi kidney complaint aad heart trouble.
HB About seven weeks ago sho gave birth to
BH a child and has beon ailing ever slnco.
Bfl Prior to her death she seemed to go into
Hi a stupor and everything possible was
Hi done to revive her but she passed peace-
HJ fully away as stated above.
HJ She leaves a sorrowing husband, four
HJ children and many relatives and friends
HJ to mourn her loss. Two of tho children,
HJ however, are step-children, their mother
HJ being the first wife of Mr. McMurtrlu
HJ " who died and left them motherless a
BB few years ago. Mrs, McMurtrle
BB has been a good mother to the children
BB and was a kind loving wife. This is tho
BR socond ordeal Mr. McMurtrle has bad to
BB pass through and he has the sympathy
BB of the entire community.
Bfl Mrs. McMurtrlu was the daughter of
HJ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kelsoy, (deceased)
Bfl of Paris, Bear Lake Co., Idaho,
Bfl The funeral services wero held yester-
Bfl day afternoon at tho ward hall tho at-
Bfl tendancu being qulto large. Up. W. L
Bfl Orovcr presided and the ward choir
Bfl furnished tho singing.
H Singing "Sitter Thou Waa't Mild and
Bfl Lovely." Prayer by Jos Jensen. Singing
HJ "Rest, Rest for tho Weary Soul." The
Bfl following were thu speakers; W. I). Low-
Bfl is, W. II. Craudall and William King.
H Singing "When First thu Glorious Light
HJJ of Truth. Bencdlctiou by Bp. W. L.
Bfl Grovcr. The remains wero lutcrrcd lu
Bfl tho city cemetery.
HJi Piles quickly and positively cured with
HJ! Dr. Shoop's Maglo Olntmont. It's made
) for Piles alono and It docs the work
iu rely and with satisfaction. Itching,
an palnful.protrudlug or blind piles disapcar
HJ llku maglo by Its use. Largo, Nickel
HE Capped glass jars, SO cents, Sold aud
HJI recomended by all dealers, n 10
W INTERY WIND S! I
FRIENDS' CLOTHING MAKES FRIENDS. FRIENDS' CLOTHING MAKES FRIENDS. H
(STYLE 0280) (Style 41C0) (Stylo 4101) (STYLE 0030) fl
rZm Boothe Mer. . Produce Co., ,i I
4TTWhere You Get the Best.jfr H
The Bottle Mystery Solved.
For somo time past Prof. J. II. Kirk
ham has been after bottles of all shapes
and sizes, olTcrlug big rewards for
"llasks" delivered at kls residence. Ills
actions have made many of our citizens
suspicious and some actually believed
that Joe had gono Into the "Moonshlu
Irg" business. Tho facts are that he
has been engaged In tilling thu bottles
with liquid and his experimentt have
caused considerable comment. The
Bureau of Information U about to ap
point an Investigating committee to go
aud invade his hotnu aud exposu thu
whole, allalr.
Tuesday Mr. Kirkham camo to this
office aud requested tho editor to accom
pany him to his home. On our arrival
wo found tho bottles, but to our sur
prise they were all strung along a ueat
wooden frame. Another surprise was
that tho contents of the bottles wus only
water pure water.
Ho picked up two wooden hummers
and from his actions wn decided that ho
would soon reduce them to atoms, but
to our astonishment he began playing
some choice muslcial selections that aru
still ringing In our ears, Agisted on the
piano by his sister, MIssEstclla Ivirkhum,
he gave yo editor u concert not soou to
bo forgotten,
Twnety-uluu llasks strung on a framo
and tuned to the piano with water, con
stitutes tho now Instrument aud It Is
certainly a piece cf Ingenious workman
ship. Mr. Klrkhan has spent consider
able time Mid study lu perfecting this
musical Instrument aud when the public
Is given au opportunity of listening to
tho harmonies produced by those "mys
terious battles," they will agree with us
that It iscertaluly a wonderful musical
Invention.
Teacher's Institute.
The Teachers' Institute held at the
school house lu this city Inst Saturday
afternoon was an luturctting hession
although the attendance, was quite small,
only about fifteen teachers being present.
County Supt A E Jensen and Prof. II R
Drlggs of thu Stuto Normal School of
Salt Lako City, were lu ntteudanco. Prof,
Richard It Lyman of the U. of U. was
unablu to attend and Prof. Drlggs filled
the appointment and delivered au Inter
esting lecture on thu subjects of "Read
lug iu tho Public Schools;" "What Text
Books Should Contain" and "How Can
We Get Expressive Reading From tho
Pupils."
At this meeting u district comprising
tho northern schools of tho county was
organized with hcadquiirtsrs at Garlaud,
Burtlett Smith was appointed Vice
Clmirmau and Miss Olive. Haws Secre
tary. Meetings will bu held regularly
hereafter. Saturday, Dec. 15th, is thu
date set for holding the next meeting.
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Wo pay HO cents for eggs, Bootho
Mercantile & Produce Co, tf
Call on Joseph N . Stohl of Brlgbam
City for your farm loans. Ho has the
monuy and will tieiit you right. tf
C. J. Campbell,
Notary Public
Garlund ..... Utah.
Monday's Runaway. I
Monday, Master Bernard Murlo, Mrs. I
Mary Wnnlass and her daughter, Mrs Ed
Van Lcuvau, were qulto badly shaken up
and bruised In a runaway while iu route
to tho O. S. L. depot. Near the amuse
ment ball tho shalvcs of tho rig dropped
onto thu animal's heels and he became
uumunugeable and ran auny, upsetting
occupants in tho ditch on the roadsidu.
Mr. Murlo received somo severe scratches
about thu face and head and Mrs, Wan
less was bruised and badly frightened.
Mrs. Van Lcuvau escaped with slight
Injuries. As thu rig went Into the ditch
thu horsa broku lusu from it aud made
j his way back to the stable.
Kins cf All Couch Medicines.
Mr. E, O. Caso, n mall carrier of Cau
ton Center, Conn., who has been lu the
U. S service for about sixteen years,
says; "Wu hnvo tried many cough
medicines for croup, but Chamberlulu's
Cough remedy Is king of all ami one to
be relied upon every tlmu. Wo also find
It thu best remedy for coughs and colds,
giving certain results and leaving uo
bad after effects." For sale by Rlter
Bros. Drug Co
We pay 30 cents for eggs. Bootho
Mercantile & Produce Co. tf
When making faun loans, call on
Joseph N. Stohl of Brlgbam City; ho
has money to satisfy till. tf
Butter paper for sale at this olllce
SOcts per hundred sheets.
Wines aud Liquors for Medicinal pur
poses at Rlter Bros Drug Store. JO-tf
GIVEJNi AWAY! I
ABSOLUTELY FREE OF ANY CHARGE,
QAA Beautiful Premium Pieces, valued at from SO cents stO'vO BBI
Vvl to fl.50 each, representing nt total cost of tajrvlvF BB
Handed out right and left, to tho pcoplo who patronUo ourstoro, by the courtesy BBI
of thu ST. LOUIS JEWELRY COMPANY. SIMPLY' TO ADVERTI8E OUR BH
BUSINESS AND THEIRS. HB
The above mentionod wholesale house will expend another $200,000 this year BB
In advertising. They arc not going to give their advertising money to newspapers BB
or miiL'n.lties, but are giving It direct to tho public. That s the kind of advertis- BB
Ing which nays. They did it Inst year and more than doubled their business. Wo Bfl
are tholr distributing agents lu this town. If you do your trading with us, you Bfl
will receive some of those ptemlutns. BBl
Fppp rYbiinnn g' " vy prci.asu H
' CC KAJ U 3J I lo t0 tIl0 limouut 0f no cts. or more. H
Wo will give a TEN CENT coupon with every Fifty Cent purchase of any kind BBa
of goods In our store. BBl
THESE COUPONS WILL BE ACCEPTED BY US AS CASH in our jewelry BH
department towuid tho purchase of any article of Jewelry wu carry iu stock, r9J
Fnit Evr.itv 10 CouroNH 1i:dui:ukd, our customers will get ono of the follow StSc
ing premiums absolutely freo: Hi
A bi'iiutlful Child's Set (Knife, Fork and Spoon), trade-mark design, in satin BffiM
lined box, Rogers' silver plate, Sugar Sholl Spoon, Butter knlfu or Plcklo Fork; or ffflw?
a fine Gold Ring free for buby. Call and ask about thesu advertising free goods. y.i'Sl!'
Also comu lu and see our elegant Jewelry Dupartni' ut JrvPti
Trade where your trade Is appreciated. igji
You have to buy your necessities homa where why not trado with us and get PS$i
ono of these handsome gifts. Comu In and scu our goods whether you buy or not. ft i
Garlond Merc Co., m
WM. PRESTON, Manager, ,l
Garlnnd Utah lW$
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JT 0 MognlflCent Doll Jf J0 I HE I OULGER 1 OMPANY, Our Line of Pr.8entH for young Men anJ young .Xst Hj
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