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B The Garland Globe.
H s I I l!i V OCT. 16. 1909.
H Stake conforenco to-day and
M H. 0. Cutler left yesterday to
H visit relatives in Salt Lake City.
H Mrs. Margret W. Manning
M was a passenger to Brigham
H Postmaster Eva 0. Wilcox
H spent last Saturday in the
H county seat.
H FOB SALE Farm and City
H properly. Bee P. I. Welling,
H Garland, I'tah. al'H-tf
M All officers of the V. L. If. LA.
H are requested to meet at the
H school house at 2 p. in. to-day
B Mrs. h Vanfleet, Mrs.
H Ursel Etose and Mrs. J. A.
B Wixom were Ogden visitors
H Ladies Call and see our
H suits, coats and waists. Son
1 will he surprised at the low
H prices. 15. M. ft P, Co.
H Miss Lizzie i'reston of Weston,
H Idaho, was here Sunday and
H Monday to visit her parents,
H Mr. and Mrs. Win. Preston.
H Tim Ooverl of Evans Bros.
Hb Go. Oollinston, was in Garland
H on bnsinesi Monday.
H Mrs. Lorenzo Smith and
m children leave today for Brig-
1 ham where the children will
M attend school for the winter.
H Call and see the new Bear-
M skin coats for children at the
H Garland Mercantile Co., (Jar-
M land. o2-tf
H Jesse Beaton of Deweyville,
H son of Mr. and Mrs. Win.
I Beaton, died in that place
H Thursday at B p. m. from the
m effects of appendecitis.
H Richard Jardine and wife
H moved into the residence just
I oast of W. R. Vanfleet's home
H this week. He purchased the
H property from Shumway A
R Thompson, real estate agents.
m Mr. Jardine hecame a henediet
H last Feburary, having married
m one of the helles of the State of
H Montana, and the editor just
H found it out.
H Gentlemen It will pay yon
H to call and see our suits and
H gent's furnishings before you
H buy. Best values we have ever
B shown. B. M. ft, P. Co. It
H Arrangements haveheeu com-
H plated for Ban ITranoisoo's, hugh
H celebration commencing Oeto-
H her 19th and lasting for live
H days. San Francisco with a
H Portola Festival will eelehrate
H the rebuilding of the city and
H will commerate thediseovery in
B lWil) of the Bay of San Francisco
H by Don (3 as de Portola, first
H Spanish governor of California.
H The celebration will he more
H than a local one, embracing
H California and the entire west.
H An excellent program for the
H five days' celebration has been
Next Friday evening, Oct. 22,
at the Garland hall, a farewell
party will be given in honor of
Elders Walter Michaelis and
Archie Munns, who leave soon
to perform missionary labors.
Dancing will be indulged in and
refreshmenti served. Bwy
body cordially invited.
For Chapped Skin.
Qhappod ikin whether on the hunfli or
faro nmy l)i; curcil in our niirlit ly npplv
Inj: (JliiimlicrlaliiN Sul vc'. Il it ftlM uii-
c(uirii fur nn nipple, burns snd
IICAldl I'or sail' liy All Dealers;
Send your clothes to be press
ed and cleaned to II. C. Christ
iansen, Brigham City, Ctah.
Eteasonable prices. 2mo
The following ladies met at
the hall Wednesday and spent
the afternoon in making quilts
for the V. L, M. I. A. Baser to
beheld In this city October 20th:
Mesdames h'ose Vanlleet, Celia
(Jrover, Laura Rice, Fssie Foul
ger, La Yon Smith, Bertha
Campbell, Clara Mowry, Agnes
Wheelon, Dora King, Nellie
Rose, Amy (Jross and Maggie
Wixom. Mrs. Xordiuist sur
prised the crowd by sending
over a large plate of excellent
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes Ladies'
Gent'fl and children's shoes.
Best values at lowest priees.
Ask to see them. B. M. & P.
If you receive 11 copy of the (Juilnnd
Gloliel with "Sample copy" written on
thi corner, remember that it Is an Invita
tion for yon to subscribe. 1130 will give
you the Globe 52 weeks and you cunnot
afford to be without your HOME paper.
The Qwens Hotel
E. K. BINGHAM, Prop.
Garland, --- Utah.
Dinme Double 7.")C fllld Up.
rcooms sinrU f)0(i and Up
Cnfe serves half orders which
makes it reasonable.
(fiBORGE Mild aItm
Painting and Paper Hanging.
All Work Guaranteed.
Natural Wood Finishing
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL.
Bell phone No. 39 red,
goYD & PRANdS
Fine Candies, lee Cream
Soda Water, ete.
Oranges, Banana and
Fresh Fruit in Season
H J I The TreiTlOnt M Wholesale adn Retail I
I I I Liquor House n wines, liquors .. tij
H G. A. Woodward, Prop. H CIGARS.
H "SELLING AT THE" FOLLOWING PRICES.
B 1 case of Beer S3.50 On return of case $1.00 rebate
HI 1 barrel of bo tied Beer $10.50 On return of bottles $3.00 rebate.
H And Everything Else in Proportion.
H This jncliidi'H Seeker's Best him) Fisher's Salt Lnkc Beer.
H We alao Imrutlu P A I) S T itixl 11 L I' K It I H I: O N Beer.
PL E ASF CALL AND SEE US.
Mrs. Leon Morteimon and Mrs.
0. A. Horney of Brighain were
Garland visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. Olnf Johnson was a
Brifcham visitor Wednesday.
H. C. Christiansen
Brigham City, - Utah,
Has just received a fine line of
FALL and WINTER Goods.Mhe
nicest ever brought to town.
Instructions for self-measurement
and samples scot on
f it Company of four or more prisons
desire suits, 1 ili come to ilsrlsnd
and inks orders snd memitremenls
Up -to Date Workmanship
..Elegant Toilet Soaps..
These are out best and no
better can be had at any price.
We offer them until closed
out ill ii reduction of
25 7 Per cent
A hread knife given
with every 25c purchase.
Rtutr Bros. Druo Go.
LogM mill (iiiiliinil, I'IhIi. Frtinklin,
Preetoi end Montpdirr, hluho.
Lead World in Pig Iron.
The output of Amerlran pig Iron In
1907 exceeded tne output of the entire
world In 1883. There was a heavy
fulling oft In pio.luction In this coun
try during the present year and It is
estimated that the decrease from last
year's output will exceed 40 per com.
The figures for 1907 were 25,307,191
tons The estimated decrease for this
year brings the figures back to about
i hose of 1901.
.IOMN .1. SlU'MWAY.
JAMBS J. THOMPSON.
Ust your property with
Quick Sales, Favorable terms
on Real I state Loans,
Notary work carefully at
tended to. - Fire Insurance
Bell phones 35 blk. and
9-2 red, Garland, Utal
J. Y. JENSEN, Presiden
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pearl Annex, Garland. Utah
The Leon Mortensen
"Witli i "Toivf' 'of IRPSTt plumber:
lire bare this month doing worj
for the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co
If you want plumbing worl
done, ;..)w in your opportunity
to KtH'iuv k1 work. Hatisfac
tion goaranfcasd. OsH on them
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S Our Fall line of Dress Goods and Shoes L
rj is now in and on exhibition. Call and see p?
?jf our line and give us a chance to show you w.
.; what we are doing in the way of GOODS 0,
rnd PRICES. H
(?) The most beautiful and artistic line of W
AV- Hand-painted Chine to be found anywhare p
j Our stock of Groceries is always full ()! W
W and complete the good things of the lp
3EJ earth at the lowest prices.
tfj llvrllt every Dollar cash Hj
purchase one beautiful piece of glass- 1
M ware ' m
f&, There are a few dinner sets left yet. M
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Lxet in betore they are all taken. gjpg
W. L. GROVER & SONS.
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11 Before Blowing our Coin I
H For Lumber, Furniture and Hardware see us. I
H That's nil that will be necessary. II' seeing is I
H believing, then even a backward Bqnint at our H
I stock and prices will soon show where it's to your H
H advantage t i buy. H
When we started in biz here it was with the linn
H determination to handle only reliable grades quote1 H
E right prices and give courteous treatment to all H
H patrons or bust. H
M Well, we haven't broke yet. On the contrary, I . f
H our constantly increitsing number of customers H
proves that our goods, prices and treatment are
B right in every way.
m Don't blow in a cent before you see us. After
S that buy where you please, of course. Undertaking G
B carefully attended to. B
I JENSEN BROS., (,ARL&
I Attention MOTHERS!
Really now, doesn't it aggravate you
the way your boy goes through his
Haven't you often wished for the sort
of garment which would withstand his
customary abuse? $
CAPTAIN KIDD Suits for boys were
planned with the "rough on clothes" in
Besides, they are very stylish.
Visit our store and let us show our full
line of these ideal suits you'll find just
what you want for your boy and you will
be pleased with the low prices, too.
Have you seen the new "CURLEES?"
They're in town at our store the dan
diest lot of men's pants your eyes ever
gazed upon. :;
One Price $2-50 and $5.00 Everywhere. $ '"
Garland Mercantile Co.
c$ Wm. Preston, Mgr. rj