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Wait for "WON BACK" by Horn.- Dramalic Co., Opera House, Thursday, January 26th, 3 and 8 p. m. 1,1
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Vol. 5. No. 49. Published Qt (larland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 14, 1011 H
Back From the
4 Sunny South
A. B. Manausa, who went to
Palm Beach, Florida, to in
vestigate the lands being offer
ed for sale by the Palm Beach
Farms Co., returned home last
Sunday night after and absence
of five weeks. In conversation
with him he gave us a detailed
description of the country in
and around Palm Beach and
was so well taken up with the
country and its opportunities
that it is his intention to dis
pose of his property here and
go there to reside. Palm Beach
is a large city, right up-to-date
and boasts of a six-story hotel
that covers acre and does a
million dollar1! worth of bnsi-
iiess each month during the
three months it is in operation
He was particularly interest
ed iti the soil and its produc
tiveness a n d brought back
a sample to show his friends.
The surface soil is of a sandy
formation, underneath of which
is a tine, black, loamy soil equal
to anything he had ever seen.
The climate cannot be surpass
ed, lie stated that everything
there was equally as good, if
uot better, tiiau the company
represents it to be. Sixty men,
in company with him, visited
I the lands and two of them were
ijjL V "kickers" and did not at firt
mvw like the proposition, bul befon
IlHf leaving these two gentlemen
(r purchased land there and made
application for more. The ma
jority of the crowd wen; anx
to hurry back home so they
could dispose of 1 1 property
and invest it in Florida real
estate. Two Scandinavian
men near Palm Beach wanted
to sell out. One asked $4,000
for his 110 acres and the other
fellow refused $3,000 for his 20
acre tract.
During his absence he visited
Jack sonville, St Augustine,
Miami and other cities and
spent ten days in Palm Beach
and vicinity. He also spent a
lew days in trolling for fish and
boating on the beach.
On his return trip he visited
his brothers, Uyrum and Armil
in Chicago, also his father,
Henry Manausa, of Mt. Pleas
ant, .Michigan, who is eighty
years of age.
Ye editor spent two years in
the state of Florida aud Mr.
Manausa's experiences were
particularly interesting to the
Globe man who would certain
ly like to visit old Florida again.
Not as a missionary, though.
I Solves a Deep Mystery.
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C. B. Bader, of Lewisburg, W.
Va.. "for the wonderful dou
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New Car Lines
in Brigham
That the Oregon Short Line
Kailroad company will build a
line from the depot to Main
street in Brigham City is now
almost assured. A franchise
has been drawn up and the city
officials were notified that the
railroad officials would meet
with the council at its regular
session Wednesday night to
discuss the matter.
It now appears that Brigham
will have two car lines on For
est street. Superintendent Jo
seph W. Bailey of tha Ogden j
Rapid Transit company has
been in Brigham for the last'
two days making arrangement!
for the extension of that com
pany's line, which at present
terminates at the corner of
Main and Forest streets to the
Short Line depot, and as the
company, already, has a fran
chise to operate on Forest
street, it is likely that work
will bo commenced within a few
It is the intention of the
Short Line to operate gasoline
motor cars between Brigham
and Ogden hourly, and also to
operate between Brigham and
Bear River valley points. Tic
ket and freight offices will be
located up town after the line
gets in operation. Herald-Be
The Maekrave Co. closed a
three-night engagement at the
opera house in this city Wed
nesday evening with the beau
tiful emotional drama entitled
"The Call of His Mate." The
opening bill Monday night was
"The Power of the Order" and
Tuesday night's bill was the
"Squawman." Good sized au
diences greeted the company
each and every night and
everybody seemed well pleased
and satisfied at the conclusion
of their engagement. Every
member of the company is a
star aud no amateurs go to
make up the strong cast. From
this city the company went to
Malad and next week Logan
people will have the privilege
of witnessing the good work of
this excellent company. Re
turn again.
Is Tremont a Town
or a Disease?
The Tremont Times editor
must be sore because ths "Bur
ley special" passed up Tre
moutou. Read what he says:
"Some of the farmers who
went to Garland to hear the
lecturos to farmers on the farm
ers' school train said they were
unable to get into the cars on
account of the crowd of clerks,
merchants and others who oc
cupied the room."
Here's a good one on Tremont
and its no wonder the Burley
special passed her up:
The other day a Garland man
took a real estate man down
the valley to see the country
and they passed through Tre
mont. On the return trip the
Garland man said: "This is
the town of Tremont." "Oh,"
said the real estate man, "I
never saw the town as we went
down is it on the map?"
S. S. Union
The regular sacrament meet
ing of the Garland ward was dis
pensed with last Sunday and
the time given over to the Stako
S. S. Union Board for the pur
pose of holding its regular
meeting. Supt. John O. Oyler
presided The roll call of the I
various wards showed an at
tendance of 10( officers and
teachers and 'M visitors. Seven
members of the State Board
were in attendance. Singing,
"Our Mountain Home" Prayer
by Charles Munns. Singing,
,4We Praise Thee, O God."
Sacramental gem led by Mrs.
Eva C. Wilcox. Concert reci
tation conducted by Richard
West. Song practice "Memor
ies of Galilee" led by F. 0.
Haws. The schools then sep
arated for department work
and after reassembling, Supt.
John O. Oyler addressed the
meeting, complimenting the
large attendance, particularly
the Tremonton school, for hav
ing 100 present. Singing,
"God Speed the Right." Bene
diction by D. E. Adams.
Relief Society
A well attended and very in
teresting semi-annual confer
ence of the Bear River Stake
Relief Society was held at the
Garland hall Thursday at 1(1 a.
m. and 2 p. m. Prest. Julia A.
Richards presided and made
opening remarks reporting the
condition of the Society and her
department, the storinir of
grain. Reports of the various
departments were given as fol
lows: Mothers' work, Sister Esther
Evans; Care of the sick, widows
and orphans, Sister Effie Well
ing; Secretary's and Treasur
er's report given by Sister Mar
garet W. Manning. Sister Ly
dia Forsgren read a paper and
commented on the work of the
Religion classes. Miss Jennie
Wanlass sang a solo and Sister
Sarah Hansen gave a talk on
the "Girl and How to Reach
Her." At the close of the morn
ing session, the Garland Relief
Society served a daity lunch
eon. At the afternoon session Sis
ter Mantina Jensen gave a talk
on Primary work and Elder J .
P. Christensen addressed the
meetinn on the "Boy and How
to Reach Him." Instrumental
selection by Sister Clara Oyler
of East Garland. Elder Thos.
Laws, who recently returned
from a mission, spoke of the
work the Relief Society sisters
are doing in England. A vote
of thanks was tendered the
Garland Society for the elegant
refreshments furnished and
closing remarks weie made by
Prest. Jos. Jensen.
For Salo or Trade. A relinquish
right on 160 acres of dry land and 25
to 3.1 acres of wild meadow land.
Very ctuap, if taken within GO days.
Apply to Geo. W. Miller, Garland,
Utah. It
Fred Colton spent a few days
of this week in Salt Lake on
A reorganization of the River
side bishopric was effected last
Sunday. J. H. Welling was
chosen bishop with L. H. Ken
nard, Jr., and E. T. Oapener as
his counselors. The new bish
opric have been busy this week
putting up a new stove and re
pairing the windows of the
meeting house.
Miss Jenkins of Brigham
spent a few days here this week
the guest of Mrs. Aaron Porter.
Mi's. Aaron Porter's sociable
Wednesday evening was a swell
affair. Everybody had a good
time playing games and encas
ing charades. A dainty lunch
was served.
Mrs. Mary Nye has just re
turned from Southern Utah,
where she has been spending
the holidays.
Jan, 12, 1911.
Monday evening, Estella, the
KJ-months old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Lorenzo Smith of this
city, passed peacefully away
from the effects of pneumonia
after an illness of about ten
Impressive funeral services
were held at the Garland hall
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'
clock. Counselor Thos. E. Se
crist presided. Singing by the
ward choir "Nearer My God to
Thee." Prayer by Sandford
Bidgham, Jr. Singing "1 Need
Thee Every Hour." The fol
lowing speakers offered words
of comfort to the bereaved par
ents and family: Peter Jensen,
Joseph Jensen, D. E. Manning
and Thos. E. Secrist. Singing
"What Voice Salutes the Start
led Air." Benediction by Chas.
The hall was decorated for
the occasion and a number of
wreathes of flowers were con
tributed. The remains were
interred in the city cemetery,
the grave beimr dedicated by
Wm. King.
For Sale or Trade One good
binder, 1 good fanning mill, 1
horse rake aud mower, 1 hand
spray pump, 2 span of horses,
1 separator, 1 single buggy and
harness and other material.
Apply to J. Y. Jensen, Garland,
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Department of tho Interior, H
U. S. Land Office at IH
Salt Lake City, Utah, MIM
Dec. 17th, 1910. M
Notice is hereby given that, as di- H
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of Act of Congress approved Juno 27, H
1906. (34 States., 517), we will offer at M
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Lot 1, Sec. I, T. 14 North, R. C West, M
S. L. Mer., Serial OC376. M
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above-described land are advised to H
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before the time designated for sale. H
E. D. R. THOMPSON, Register. IB
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