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H The Garland Globe.
Wt SATURDAY, SEPT. 24, 190J.
H Mrs. Lottie Strong of Suit
I Lnkr City Mid hf two sons,
Paul and Walter, KN guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Baxter.
bbbj Mrs. Prank Searle, aeeoni-
H panied ly her hnfbftnd and Dr.
H Franeke, Went to the Holy
H Cross hospital yestei'day niorn-
H injjf to undergo a delicate opera
I Tom The latest hit of the
H season. John Where? Tom
At the B. M. ft I Co. John
I What is it f Tom Twoover-
I coats for the price of one, yon
had better call and sec them. I
Miss Morilla Land of Brigham
I City, formerly the "Angel" of
I the Globe office, and Mr. O. 1.
H Spencer of Randolph, Htah,
H were united in marriage at the
I Salt Lake temple Wednesday
I of this week. Congratulations.
Prof. B. S. Hinckley of the
L. I), s. Business College, Salt
Lake, will deliver a lecture at
I the Garland hall Sunday (to-
I morrow) evening at 8 pm. The
lecture is under the auspices of
I the Mutual Improvement asso
I ciations. Bverybody invited.
I The ward clerk, the Bishop's
I 2nd counselor or the editor
I wasn't at church last Sunday
so an account of the regular
I Sunday services isn't in this
I issue. Ilowever, we learned
v that the speakers were A. H.
I Archibald and Don Strong. The
regular monthly S. S. Union
meeting was held at the hall at
I " p. m.
H Wantkd Success Mugainc wants tin
H energetic mid responsible ninn or voinan
H in Qarlnnd to collect for rcneuiils mid
H solicit new subscriptions during full or
H spare time. Experience DSOMMMry.
H Any one ean start muonu friends mid
H acquaintances mid liuild up a paying and
H pernimient liusiness without citpitiil.
H Complete outfit mid instructions free.
H Address, "VON," Success Maijamc,
H Itoom KM, Success Mumi.inr liuildlni;,
New York City, N. Y. ttS-oQ
H Under the auspices of the
H Garland Religion class, a very
I pleasant social was given to the
I parents and children at the hall
H Wednesday evening. About
250 were present. Dancing for
the little folks was the first part
H of th program which was fol
H lowed by serving grapes, peaches
H and melons to all, A fine pro
H gram was rendered after which
H the parents present engaged in
(lancing. Lewis (). Johnson
H and wife, memben of the stake
H board, and the ward bishopric
H were in attendance. The social
H was given to encourage the
H parents and children in Kelig-
ion class work. Next Wednes
H day is the day set for beginning
the season's work.
B Dr. C. R. Murchison, the well
H known Optometrist, represent-
H ing the Alexander Optical
Company of 218 Main St., Salt
Lake City, will be at the Ex-
celsior Hotel, (Jarland, on Oct.
H 1st. All those having trouble
with their eyes should not fail
B to call early.
B Yours Respectfully,
B Alexander Optical Company.
Evan! Morgan of Collinston
was in town on business Wed
nesday. Mrs Iicra Mtuighan of Weston,
Idaho spent last Saturday and
Siuxlay in (buland.
.Joseph Roberts of Woodruff,
Idaho, Stopped over in Garland
Wednesday on a return trip to
James Millard of Oakley,
Idaho, spent last Sumlay in
town the gnesl of Mr. mid Mrs,
W. L. Grover.
Mrs. Maggie Wixom went to
Brigham Tuesday to attend a
surprise on her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Banek.
Mrs. J, M. Jensen, Jr., came
up from Salt Lake Monday for
the purpose of leasing her farm
at Point Lookout and spcnl
Wednesday in Garland.
A number of our citizens
were summoned to Brigham
this week to serve on the jury.
Among them were Moroni Ward,
H. Boyd, G. W. Austin, II.
Bailey, 0. B. Rasor, H. Hall,
E. V. Schneider and E. T.
Oapener of Riverside.
FOR SALE - Fine apples,
good plums and prunes. Now
ready for use. Apply to Walter
Green, Tremonton, Ut. R. F. D.
1 . sll-tf
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Ketnedy is today the best
known medicine in use for the relief and
cure of bowel complaints It cures
uriiine, diarrhoea, dysentery, and
should he taken at the tirst unnatural
loosening of the bowels. It is 'iiunl)y
valuable for chi.dreu and adults. It
always cures. Sold by All Dealers.
If you receive a cop.v of the (.arland
Globe! with "Sample copy" written ou
the corner, remember that it is an invita
tion for you to subscribe. $1 ..r0 will give
you the Ulobe 52 weeks and you cannot
afford to be without vour ROMB paper.
The Qwens H2l!
I. E. BINCIIAM, Pro)).
Garland, --- Utah.
Rooms Jjgg J nj
Single .()( and I p.
Cafe lervei half orders which
makes it reasonahle.
Painting and Paper Hanging.
All Work Guaranteed.
Natural Wood Finishing
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red,
BV1 & Fkancis
Fine Candies, Ice Cream
Soda Water, etc
Oranges, Bananas and
Fresh Fruit in Season
The Trcmont n wholesale k 1
I " U II Dealer in lk
LlCJUOr nOUS II WINES, LIQUORS and HJ
' C. A. Woodward. Prop. j CrGARS, - I
I SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES.
( i case of Beer $3.50 On return of case $1.00 rebate
I 1 barrel of bo tied Beer S10.50 On return of bottles $3.00 rebate.
I And Everything Else in Proportion.
I Th's Includes Becker's lic-Ht and Fisher's Knit Lake Beer.
We also handle PAl'l T uJ BLUE RIBBON Beer.
PLEASE, CALL AND SEE US.
Mr. Street Wins
The boautiful Stegor & Hons'
piano which was given away by
Glen Bros. Piano Co., at the
Four-Htato Fair, was claimed
by and delivered to 0, A. Street,
manager of the Singer Sewing
Machine Co. of Ogflen, Friday,
Sept 17th. To say that Mr.
Street was delighted at his good
fortune hardly expresses his
feelings. The following letter
addressed to (lien Bros, gives
the donors Of the piano .just
ennse to feel that the piano
went lo tt home thai will appre
Sept. 18th, 1909.
(Jlen Bros. Piano Co., Ogden.
Gentlemen: I wish to thank
yon for the beautiful Steger &
Sons' piano yon gave away at
the Four-State Fair, and which
I wits fortunate enough to hold
the lucky number for. The
piano was placed in my home
yesterday afternoon, and the
many friends who have played
it, all say it is as line toned
piano as it litis ever been their
pleasure to play. I can hardly
express my pleasure at receiv
ing this elegant piano and my
fjratitude to you and your liberal
msiness policy which made it
possible for me to reeoive so
valuable an instrument fre6 of
charge. But believe mo your
sincere friend, and if I can ever
be of service to you I am yours
C. A. Street.
In the way of
There's iiimu lit to dodge, nothing to fear
in the quality of our store-full of lieiuly-tn-tise
paints Mill pniiit. in Inilk. Tliey
won't lilistvt or chip off re nnnffeeteti
by sua, rain. Mid or 'froaty weather.
Summer or winter our paints till the hill
eompletely mix) economically.
We carry a line line of paint brushes.
H'ltsr Bros. Druo 60.
Logan and (iinhiuil. I'tuh. Franklin,
PreStOfl and Montpclier, Idaho.
U)UN J. BHUMWAV,
JAMES J. THOMPSON.
List your property with
Ouick Sales, Favorable terms
on Real bstate Loans.
Notary work carefully at
tended to, - Fire Insurance.
Bell phones 35 blk. and
9-2 red, Garland, Utah
). Y. JENSEN, President
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness, Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pearl Annex. Garland, Utnu.
The Leon Mortensen
With a force of expert pltunbem
Ave here this month doing work
for the Utah-hlaho Sugar ('o.
If you want pluuiliiup work
done, now is your opportunity
to secure good work. Satisfac
. tion guaranteed. Call on them.
1 Our Fall line of Dress Goods and Shoes Cfajjj I
g is now in and on exhibition. Call and sea If, 1
our line and give us a chance to show you SJg J
. what we are doing in the way off GOODS KX I
l rnd PRICES. f t H
0 The most beautiful and artistic line off H m
Hand-painted Chine to be found anywhare F3 M
M - pu13 -i
Our stock off Groceries is always full j M
il and complete the good things off the iiHsj fl
5S earth at the lowest prices. 11 - I
S Nntirp Wr give away with M I
m IWIIvv every Dollar cash g a
j purchase one beautiful piece of glass- W m
M ware Sg 9
M There are a few dinner sets left yet. fl
g Get in before they are all taken. ggj 9
W. L GROVER & SONS. I
WHERE THE TEAMS STOP. 9
I We Can Fill Your Bill I I
For anytbiuc iu the line of Lumber, Hardware, Furniture H H
and Building Material from a bunch of lath or Bhiuglcs H H
1 to a complete house or barn we arc capnblc of furnish- JJ B H
ing you at reasonable prices. . B H
And every bill wo All Is a bid for your next order. H H
We build for your future as well as your present patron- Z2 fl H
age, and that can only be done by building to please. H H
""if you start out with a fixed datcrmiuatiou of getting your H
C bill filled with the best goods your uiouoy can buy, you H H
mingt just as well come here first as last . ; ' gjSJ TM H H
No orders to large for prompt attention none too small Z I I
for the strictest care., lb;"- I H
' UNDERTAKING CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO M I I
JENSEN BROS., (,ARIDA I
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Attention MOTHERS! 1 I
Really now, doesn't it aggravate you I
the way your boy goes through his I
,ftj clothes? I
Haven't you often wished for the sort 1
of garment which would withstand his I
customary abuse? I
CAPTAIN KIDD Suits ffor boys were l I
planned with the "rough on clothes" In I
mind. v I
I Besides, they are very stylish.
Visit our store and let us show our full 1
line of these ideal suits you'll find just & I
what you want ffor your boy and you will I
be pleased with the low prices, too. 1
Have you seen the new "CURLEES?"
They're in town at our store the dan- H
Si . le, lo of men's pants your eyes ever fl
gazed upon. "T""B
One Price $2-50 and $5.00 Everywhere. H
Garland Mercantile Co., I
cj3 Wm. Preston, Mgr. c H
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