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Wait for "WON BACK" by Home Dramatic Co., Opera House Thursday, January 26th, 3 and 8:30 p. m. I
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Vol. 5. No. 50. Published ot liarlancl, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 21, 1911 B
Ladies' Club
Elects Officers
A business session of the
Ladies' Self-Culture Club was
held Wednesday afternoon of
this week at the homo of Mrs.
Heber C. Cutler on Factory
6treet. Mrs. T. H. Edwards,
president, presided and the roll
call showed an attondaece of
twenty-one members and one
visitor, Mrs. A. M. Granger.
The following were elected
officers of the Club for the com-
Iing six months:
President Mrs. T. H. Ed
wards. Vice-President Mrs. M. D.
Evans.
Roc. Secretary Mrs. Stephen
Longstroth.
Cor. Secretary Mrs. Law
rence B. Smith.
Treasurer Mrs. J. M.
Francke.
Librarian Mrs. L. J. Bom
sen. E n tertainment Committee
Mrs. M. I). Evans, chairman;
Mrs. W. J. Fife, Mrs. Win. L.
Rich, Mrs. J. A Wixom and
Mis. B. E. Baxter.
Piogram Committee Mrs. M.
D. Evans, chairman; Mrs. C.
R. Wing, Mrs. J. T. Lant, Mrs.
J. C Wheelon and Mrs. J. M.
Davis.
J During tho social hour Mrs.
y Cutler served delicious refresh-
r ments after which the Club ad
journed for one week to meet
Thursday, - Jan. 26th, at the
home of Mrs. C. R. Wing.
Sunday
Services
Last Sunday afternoon's ser
vices of the Garland ward were
presided over by First Coun
elor Thos. E. Secrist. Con
gregational singing "O Say
What is Truth." Prayer by
W. L. Grover. Singing "Re
deemer of Israel." Sacrament
administered by Elders J. H.
Archibald and F. O. Haws.
Sacramental hymn by the choir.
Roll of officers and teachers
Milled showed 18 present, 5 ex
cused and 47 absent. Minutes
of previous meeting read and
approved. The speakers were
Elders Royal 0. Lowe and Leo
Goats and Counselor Thos. E.
Secrist. Singing by the choir,
"Prayer is the .Soul's Sincere
Desire." Benediction by 11. S.
Rice. Attendance 49.
L. W. Prkston,
Ward Clerk.
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Potato Prize .
Contest
We, the undersigned, contri
butors of prize of $750.00 offer
ed for the best and second best
acre of marketable potatoes
produced during the yeai 1910,
in territory tributary to the
Oregon Short Line Railroad,
Paoifie and Idaho Northern
Railroad, Idaho Southern Rail
road and Payette Valley Rail
road, have pleasure in announ
cing the winners as follows:
First prize $500.00 to Mr. L.
A. Snyder, Twin Falls, Twin
Falls county, Idaho. Variety,
"Dalmeny Challenge." Gross
weight 38,685 lbs.; less eulls,
4,150 lbs.; marketable, .'14,535
lbs.
Second prize, $250.00 to Mr.
W. B. Gilmore, Payette, Can
yon county, Idaho. Variety,
"Peaehblow." Gross weight,
37,476 lbs.; less culls, 3,920 lbs;
marketable, 33,556 lbs.
Respectfulty submitted :
D. E. Barley, Salt Lake, Utah.
E. M. Heigho, Weiser, Idaho.
E. H. Dewey, Nampa, Idaho.
II. E. Dunn, Payette, Idaho.
D. C. MaeWatters, Milner, Ida.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan.
13, 1911.
Special Farm
ers' Train
The Burley special that stop
ped over in this city for an
hour or more Wednesday of
last week, was given a warm
and welcome reception by tho
farmers residing in this city
and vicinity. Of course there
were some business men pre
sent, too, as Garland has the
distinction of having a bunch
of business men who are wide
awake farmers and orchardists,
as well as merchants.
The lecture coaches were
hardly large enough to accom
modate the crowd that turned
out. Some valuable informa
tion was given out, if put into
practice, will be of material
value to the residents of this
great valley.
Besides the lecture coaches,
baggage cars, etc., there was a
car of livestock and a car of dry
farm exhibits. In the livestock
car there was a Holstein cow, a
Jereev cow, a Jersey bull and
several line hogs. The dry farm
car contained various kinds of
grains and grasses showing the
roots, feeders, .XU, which had
been grown on dry farms last
season.
The speakers advanced some
splendid ideas and took pleas
ure in answering the numerous
questions asked. The personnel
of the party was as follows:
Prof. Lewis A. Merrell, Dean
W. L. Carlyle, Dr. E. 1). Ball,
Prof. .1. T. Caine, Prof. J. II.
Frandson, Ben R. Eldredge, O.
C. Gregg, Stephen Boswell and
Gottlieb Smith.
The train was on a return
trip from Malad. The next
stop was made at Corinno and
from there it went to Brigham
land noth over the main !in.
Utah Press
Association
Next Monday and Tuesday,
Jan. 23rd and 24th, the mem
bers of the Utah Press Asso
ciation are to be royally enter
tained in Logan, the capital of
Cache county. The special
train leaves Salt Lake Monday
at 8 a. m. and arrives in Logan
about noon. An excellent pro
gram has been arranged for the
occasion, the first day's enter
tainment consisting of luncheon
at the B. Y. College, meetings
at the Commercial Club rooms
at 3 and 5 p. m., the election of
officers at 7 p. m., to conclude
with a grand social at 8 p. in.
Tuesday's program consists
of a meeting at the Agricultural
College of Utah at 9 a. m., din
ner at the College and the
afternoon to be spent in visit
ing the College and sight-seeing
around Logan. Train leaves at
4:15 p.m. and arrives in Salt
Lake at 10:30 p. m.
During both day's session ad
dresses will be made by promi
nent newspaper men and music
will be furnished by Prof . Chas.
Kent, the B. Y. 6a Dept. of
Music, Prof. Oscar Kirkhnm
and the Agricultural College
Band. A splendid time is assured.
Returned Missionary.
Elder Leo. Goats of Lehi,
who recently returned home
from a mission to Geimany,
spent the fore part of this week
in Garland the guest of his
Uncle Chas. Munnsand family.
Elder Goats was gone for 33
months and returns feeling well
in health and spirits. He labor
ed in different conferences of
the German mission and when
released was president of the
Austrian conference. He had
the pleasure of spending two
months with Elder Archie
Munns, also associating with
Elder Walter R. Michaelis and
Elder Ariel Hansen of Fielding.
Sheep Doing Fine.
A. If, Austin just returned
from a trip to western Box El
der. He reports the sheep in
that locality doing fine. The
only thing needed is about six
inches of snow.
California Excursion
February 4th.
From Salt Lake City, under
auspices Salt Lake Elks Lodge,
but pnblic cordially invited.
Kates apply to Los Angeles
and from Salt Lake City only,
as follows:
Roth ways via Salt Lake
route, $35.00.
Going Salt Lake, returning
S. P. and Ogden, $41.20.
Going via Salt Lake, return
ing via Portland, $60.75.
Tickets limited to March 7th.
For sleeper reservations ap
ply B.C. Raybould, Secretary
B. P. O. E. Lodge, Salt Lake
City. Utah. j'.M-f4
Additional Local.
Make your dates for Thurs
day. Jan. 96th, when home
talent will play "Won Back," 2
A Macon negao got 6 months
for stealing a dozen eggs; at
the present price it ought to
have been a life sentonce.
Among other New Year's re
solutions let us resolve when
we climb on the water wagon
not to talk about it too much.
The recent snowfall was much
appreciated, the only kick be
ing that the white covering was
too thin. We hope for more.
What the women seem to
need more than anything else
is some one to invent a fruit
cake that won't be eaten up all
in one day.
Now is the time to have your
trees pruned. Work satisfact
ory, prices right Apply to
Matthew McMurtrie, Garland,
Utah. J14-28
Miss Margaret Harnetl re
turned last Sunday from Logan
where she went to visit her
brother who recently moved to
that city from Kentucky.
Felix 1). Baird went to Brig
ham last Saturday to see the
B. C. Dramatic Co's presenta
tion of "The Man of the Hour."
He pronounced the perform
ance excellent.
This week has been a good
one for the ice men and most
of the iee houses in the city are
well filled with ice. We hope
some of the firms have put up
more than enough for their own
use so the rest of us can buy a
chunk when the hot spell
comes.
A post-card from Elder James
Jensen, who has been preform
ing missionary work in Den
mark, Europe, was received by
his wife a few days ago bearing
the information that he had
been honorably released and
was on his way home. He is
expected home next week.
Attention Readers Do you
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