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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF GARLAND AND THE GREAT BEAR RIVER VALLE H
Vol. 4. No 13. Published of Garland, Utoh. Saturday, May 1 , 1909
BEAU RIVER VALLEY COM
4 HERCIAL CLUB MEETING.
Under the auspices of the Bear
River Vftlley Commercial club, a
meeting will be held In the Garland
hall next Saturday, May 8th, 1909,
at 1 o'clock p. in. sharp, the purpose of
which Is to make permanent the or
ganization of said club, to discuss the
matter of bonding Box Elder County
also for talking over the matter of a
Are Insurance commission and other
matters that may come before the
Rep. W. 8. Hansen, the Board of
County Commissioners and others will
be In attendance.
Everybody Interested In the wel
fare of the Great Bear River Valley
should be In attendance at this Im
Hon W. S. Hansen will deliver a
lecture on the Farmers' Fire Insur
ance Bill, which Is now a law.
IS CHARGE FILED.
Local Merchant Charged With Selling
A complaint was Issued from the
office of the county attorney Friday
ehnrglng Thompson Brothers, local
dealers, with having sold unbranded
butter, Wlllard Hansen, state dairy
and food commissioner, setting forth
that he had purchased a package of
butter on April 20 which did not
have stamped upon the wrapper the
name of the maker or the number of
ounces which the package contained.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hunsaker cele
brated their Golden Wedding at the
Elwood hall last Saturday, April 24.
108 relatives and friends were pres
ent, and a most pleasant time was the
Mr. Hunsaker, who Is one of the
early pioneers of this county, the el
dest son of Abraham Hunsaker, was
, J presented a fine rocking chair and
i Mrs. Hunsaker. his wife, was given a
purBe and a "silver" gray dress.
Refreshment were partaken of In
the shape of an elaborate luncheon.
Bp. A. R. Capener presiding. Sing
ing, "God is Love." Prayer by A. H.
Gleason. Singing, "Hark Ten Thou
sand Voices." Sacrament adminis
tered by Elders Oluf Johnson and
Henry Manning. Quite a number
were accepted as members of the ward
The speakers were Peter Jensen and
Wm. Wing. Singing, "Israel awake,'
Miss Hazel Evans singing the solo.
Benediction by George May.
A GOOD BEGINNING.
The opening game of the season
played at the diamond last Saturday
between Garland's nine and Fielding's
team, was a splendid demonstration
of ball tossing, considering It was
the first game. Fielding's nine Is
made up of quite a strong aggrega
tion, but Garland had no difficult
task In Bcofil.,7 ft runs to Fielding's 2.
The line-up: N
Fowler c Stayner
Jensen p Stayner
Wallla lb Welling
Gleason 2b Richards
Miller Sb Wood
Welling as Wilcox
L. Gleason cf Stayner
Van Leuvan rf Richards
H. Evans If Earl
The Garland team goes to Brig
ham today to play a friendly game
with that city's nine and the Brigham
team comes here to play a return
! game Saturday, May 8 B. R. Com.,
UTAH FRUIT EXCHANGE FORMED
The organization of the Utah Fruit
Exchange was perfected at a meeting
held Monday afternoon at the office of
Manager J. M. Forrlstall of the Og
den Fruit .Growers' association and
contracts were signed governing the
handling and shipping of the Utah
fruit crop this season by the Pioneer
Fruit Company of Sacramento. H. M.
Ellis of the Sacramento concern was
present at the meeting and assisted
In clearing up all details of organization.
There were present at the meeting
representatives of the Bear River Val
ley Fruit Growers' association, Brig
ham City Fruit Growers' association,
Cache Fruit Growers' association,
Granite Fruit Growers' association (of
Salt Lake), Excelsior Fruit Growers'
association (northern Davis county),
Wlllard Fruit Growers' association,
Bprtngvllle-Maplf ton Fruit Growers'
association (of Sprlngvllle), and the
Farmers and Fruit Growers' Forward
ing association (of southern Davis
county). These separate organiza
tions form the Utah Fruit Exchange.
Moroni Mortensen was elected chair
man and J. M. Forrlstall wag chosen
secretary. These officers, with C. F.
Stlllman of Salt Lake, K. H. Cannon
of Sprlngvllle, and Rus Rasmussen of
Wellsvllle, were appointed to serve as
an executive committee.
I Following the meeting, a luncheon
was served at the Weber club, the
visitors being the guests of the local
Fruit Growers' association. Ogden
FOUR STATE FAIR AT OGDEN.
Extensive and elaborate prepara- i
tlons are assured for the Four State ;
Fair at Ogden, Utah. In the past
the Ogden fair was known as the big
Four County Fair, but so great Was
the demand from the people In the
counties from the states adjoining
northern Utah, that it has been decid
ed hereafter to give the Four 8tate
prlr which Includes all of northern
Utah, twoc6untres .'2, Nevada, two In
Idaho and two counties In Wyoming.
The people of this county are In-1
vlted to exhibit at the Fair at Ogden '
and win any of the gold medals and
cash awards. William GlasBman, Og- '
den, Utah, manager of the Four State
Fair will be pleased to answer all In
quiries. The way to advertise this
county is to show Its best products in
competition with others.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
F. Foulger returned to his home
In Ogden Sunday.
Felix Balrd was visiting relatives
In Brigham Sunday.
Ye Editor and wife were in the
county seat Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hales visited relatives
In Ogden last Sunday.
Ezra Jensen was a visitor to Brig
ham City last Sunday.
Ira Taylor returned Sunday even
ing from a trip to Lehl.
N. J. Butler of Ogden spent a few
days in town this week.
J. Q. Leavitt spent the fore part of
this week in Salt Lake and Ogden.
Dr. J. Otto Pitt of Tremonton was
in Garland on business Wednesday.
Mrs, W. P. Madsen and daughters
spent a few days in Brigham this
O. L. Winters returned Sunday even
ing from a visit with his family in
Wm. Preston and daughter, Miss
Lizzie Preston were Brigham visitors
, last Sunday.
C. C. Wilson of the Wilson Lumber
Co., Tremonton, was in Garland on
Miss Maggie Crear has accepted
the position of lady clerk at W. L.
Orover & Sons' store.
Sunday, April 18th, a fine daugh
ter w;ih born to the wife of David Lar
I sen of East Garland.
Special jvionday, Special
Sale! May 3rd. Sale!
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L 150 Yds. 9'4 Bleached Sheeting 10 yards to the customer. Regular
jJw m valne 40c a yard. Monday while it las's, 27 U2e per yard. FIRST
jjr Wl COME, FIRST SERVED. A X X X
W . K UTZ & DUNN Ladies' Oxfords just received. The Latest Styles Tans, Ox.
afSP I.TjaltT Bloods, Patent Leathers nnd Kids Prices $2.25 '" S3.50
AjgL Mj' '"' "A,tl'ow Gents' Oxfords just received The Latest foi Spring and
jJT Ml Summer Patents, Tang and Ox Bloods. Prices S3. OO $4 OO
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ArsSpt SHOE SALE! SHOE SALE! SHOE SALE!
mL-lfftKSf "ll: SPECIAL SHOE SALE iHtillon. You can get two pairs for the
'J2ffii prlceofone, fJTYou had betrea call, it will pay you.
Boothe Merc.& Produce Co., WhcreYo"ftiBest
" 1 'lfYll IHrHv The ability and Integrity of the Officers and
B jllliyiJOl Vlo Directors of a bank are greater safeguards to
I depositors than the hunk's capital and surplus. The directors of this bauk
are men of wide reputation, viz:
JOHN C. CUTLEU of CUTLER BROS.
W. W. RITER . f. ..DESERET SAVINGS BANK
THOR. R. CUTLER of ....UTAH-IDAHO SUGAR CO.
MOBIAH EVANS of ... UTAH IDAHO SUGAR CO.
GEO.ROMNEY of . .DESEUET NATIONAL BANK
W. R. VANFLEET RANCHER
H.G.WHITNEY of DESERET NEWS
ELIAS A. SMITH of ...DESERET SAVINGS BANK
GEO. T. ODELL of 0. W. & M. CO.
THE BANK OP GARLAND. .
1 HosUh Evana. PrwUUnt. Eliaa A. Smith, Vioa-PrMldutt. U. D. Evaiu, Casblw. I
I ACCOUNTS sod LOAMS SUBJECT to EXAMINATION by STATE BANK EXAMINES. I
!' d Laborers for Harvest.
Canadian railrouds have been ad
vertising excursions at low rates to
Induce laborers to go out to the
western grain fields. The estimated
on ,. of wheat for 1908 is 110,000.00(
bushels, which It will require more
than 20,000 men to harvest.
H. C. Cutler was on the sick list a
few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Evans return
ed Sunday evening from a visit to
Provo and American Fork.
Marlon Bush of Tooele Co., nephew
of R. L. Bush, spent Thursday and
Friday of last week In this city.
Mrs. C. O. Anderson nnd daughters.
Nydla and Roma of Ogden sepnt a
few days In Garland this week.
Painter W. H. Evans Is treating
the store building of the Garland
Merc. Co., to a new coat of paint.
Mrs. Thorn. GOUte of Plain City.
was the gupst of Mr. a'' MrB- J- w
Lewis the fore part of this TV.V.
Geo. F. Orover and Chnrlle Wei-'
ling leave nhout May 14th, to per
form missionary work In Great Brit
tain. Mrs. Julia M. Steed of Syracuse
was visiting in town Tuesday the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Margaret
Miss Robinson, the music teacher,
nnd Miss Roza of Logan, were guests '
of Mrs. Helen Burns of Fielding,
Joseph H. Wallls went down to the
Ogden General Hospital Sunday to
visit his wife who was recently op
erated upon. Mr. Wallls returned
the same evening.
While trimming trees in his or
chard Wednesday, F. L. Walker got
something Into his eye which caused
him considerable pain and he came
Into town for treatment.
E. V. Schneider accompanied by
Messrs. C. C. Wilson of Tremont, S.
C. Williams and Dr. Francke made a
trip to Ogden in his automobile Tues
C. E. Beghtol, representing the Ed
ward Lehman Jewelry Co., of Denver,
Colo., was here Tuesday and sold J
W. Lewis, our local Jeweler, a One
line of Jewelry.
C. Slmonsen of the Merrell Lum
ber Co., Brigham City, came over to
Garland Monday to take measure
ments for the wood work of Jensen
Bros, big plate-glass front which will
be put In soon.
Mrs. B. A. Bush returned last Sat
urday to her home In Salt Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Edwards were
Ogden visitors the latter part of laBt
House and lot for sale cheap It
purchased in next ten days. Best lo
cation in town Just north of C. W.
& M. Co. Inquire of Dr. Wm. L.
The wagon scales of the Garlnnd
Merc. Company, collapsed under the
weight of a load of gravel being wei
ghed on them last Suturduy. The
scales have been repaired and a new
platform put In.
R. L. Bush, chief clerk at the of
"oe of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co.,
spent the most of Mils wek In Salt
Lake City attending special meetings
of the caBhlers of the company.
Commencement exercises of the
1909 class graduates of the L, D. S.
Hospital Training school, were held
at the Whitney Hall, 8ult Lake City,
Thursday evening, April 29th. 13
, young ladies constituted the gradual -lng
The $10,000 Beauty Bhow present
; ed at the hall Monday night failed
1 to draw a very big crowd. The pri-
ces $1.00 and 75c were a little
steep, although the company put on
a pretty good play and deserved a
"Ye Editor" J. A. Wlxom of the
Garland "Globe", wife and son, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wlx
om of this city Sunday. J. Arthur
will soon move bis plant Into a spank
ing new building which will be fit
ted up with a new press and other
fixtures, which will add very mater
ially to the equipment of that newsy
paper. Box Elder News.
C I (jUn General Merchandise,
MsMaswaaBMsa T re 111 out, Utah.
FIRST The store that gives the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY.
SECOND To satisfy the demands of our customers at a profit that wll
justify you to deal with us.
We give away in PREMIUMS, to please you all, ONE-HALF of the profits w
I are making In our business TRY TRADING WITH US1 You will soon se
where you are SAVING MONEY.
We tre complete in Every Line X SHOES A SPECIALTY.
Truly Yours D. S. LOHR, Tremont, Utah.
Iin these days of financial M
uncertainty to have your fl
U money deposited with a M
strong and conservative Banking Institution. X M
Our capital, surplus and stockholders' liability M
of $90,000.00 and total resources of $35,00000
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Your deposits with us will not only be safe, but 1
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We cordially invite you to call and talk this matter over M
with any of our officers. X X X X H
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In reporting the game b?"
Perry's school nine and Garland
school nine In this city April 17th.
we were misinformed and gave Gar
land's nine credit for defeating the
visitors, wnich was an error. Per
ry's nine defeated the school nine
here and last Saturday, at Perry, our
school boys met defeat again.
Mr. John Scott and Miss Selma Lln
vall were united In marriage at Salt
Lake last Sunday. Mr. Scott Is an
old 8hort Line conductor and Is well
known to many readers of the Exam
iner. He Is now running a passen
ger train between Ogden and Salt
Lake. His bride Is a sister of Mes
dames M. Malone and Henry Doug
las and formerly resided In Montpe
ller. Montpeller Examiner.
Tuesday evening Dr. W. L. Rich
of Garland, had a close call from be
ing hurt at the depot here. The
doctor had been down to Ogden and
when the train stopped here he was
in the coach which goes to Cache
Valley talking to some friends. The
train started out, but Dr. Rich was
hardly, through his conversation, so
did not Jump oft but waited till the
train was moving at a pretty good
speed down the yards.
The train was moving faster than
the doctor thought, so when he step
ped off he was thrown hard to the
earth and received a bad bump.
Nothing more serious than a torn
trouser leg and a grating on the
palms of the hands, was done for
which the doctor was mighty thank
ful. So were others who saw the oc
, curance. Box Elder News.
Punctuation Was Preserved.
When John Kendrick Bangs' phan
tasy of "Tomorrowland" was In re
hearsal the author was very much dis
turbed by the arbitrary alterations in
his book by an omnipotent manager,
who succeeded In the end In trans
formlnK a musical sutire Into a tune
ful show having neither head nor tall.
Mr. Bangs expressed liiuiaulf to some
friends forcibly one night on the sub
ject of tho managerial omnlBclence.
If you feel that way," said one of
his friends, "why do you attend re-
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