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title: 'The Garland globe. (Garland, Utah) 1906-191?, December 04, 1909, Image 8',
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H The Garland Globe.
H Saturday , December 4th .
B MIhh Iilbbie Brown of Ogden spent
B few days in Garland this week.
H Dr. Win. L. Rich made a1
H business trip to Ogdcn M . i n I .-1 -
H returning Tuesday night.
H K C. Koerner of the C. W. ft M. Co.,
H made a business trip to Ogden Mon
H FOll BALE Farm and City
H property. See F. D. Welling,
H Qarland, Utah. a'28-tf
H Robert Snow, an employe of the Oar-
H land Milling Co., spent last 8unday
H with relatives in Ogden.
H W. A. 8tevenson of Studebaker .
M Bros. Co., Farmlngton, was in town
H on business Monday.
B Joseph W. Otte of Logan returned
fl fcome Sunday after a pleasant visit
M with frlends"Th this city.
M B. P. Riter, general manager of Rlt-
H er Bros. Drg Co., spent few days la
H Clarland this week in the interests of
H the Arm.
1 A fine son camo to the home
rH of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Jensen
fH of Collinston, last Friday morn
fH H Jot' and Curton Brown went to Of-
H den Bunday to attend the funeral of
H Victor Turner which was held In that
H city Monday.
H Found. Between town and Dewey,
H ladles black coat trimmed in black silk
H braid; white dotted collar. Call at
H residence of J. H. Wallls. It
M Miss Liazie Russell returned to her
fffj home in Brlgham last Sunday after
fffj a pleasant visit here, the guest of Mr.
fffj and Mr. N. C. Mortensen.
H If you are suffering from
H biliousness, constipation," in-
H digestion, chronic headache, in-
H vest one cent in a postal card,
H send to Chamberlain Medicine
H Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with
H your name and address plainly
H on the back, and they will for-
H ward you a free sample of
H Chamberlain's Stomach and
H Liver Tablets. Sold by All
B. P. Boothe and F. D. Welling were
Brlgham visitors Monday. Mr. Well
ing went down to visit mutual Im
provement associations of the Box El
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Primrose, who
have made this city their home for
the past few months, left Wednesday
morning for Salt Lake where they
will reside In the future.
Foreman S. C. Wixom of the me
chanical department of the Box Elder
News, Brlgham City, made a flying
business trip to Oarland last Saturday
night, returning Sunday morning.
The Misses Edna and Alta Stookey
and Messrs. Vard and Asael Turner,
who spent a few days In this city last
week, returned to their home In Salt
Lake the fore part of this week.
Joe Orgll, the notorious land shark
of Blue Creek and Curlew Valley De
velopment Co., was in town Monday
on buslnesa. Joe stayed sober all
day and talked land projects and Cur
lew Valley investments to everybody
he came la contact with.
Cnas. B. Napper of Logan Is taking
the management of Rlter Bros. Drug
store this week owing to the (act that
Frank Woolley Is under quarantine,
earing for his wife who has a case of
small-pox in s mild form. The drug
tore has been thoroughly fumigated
and Mr. Woolley is "fenced off" in
the upper story of the building.
A number of young people of this '
city who are attending our state InsU-
tutionB of learning, spent Thanksglv
Ing here and returned to take up their
studies. They are: Messrs. Ernest I
Jensen. Millard Orover, Chas. Clayton,
A. C. Logan; Miss Hazel Edwards, L.
U S. University, Salt Lake; Miss Iva
Vanfleet, Weber Stake Academy, Og
den; Geo., May, and Lucy King, B.
Y. College, Logan.
The greatest danger from
inlinen.a is of its resulting in,
pneumonia. This can be obvi
ated by useing Chamberlain's!
Cough Remedy as is not only
cures inlluenza, but counteracts
any tendency of the disease to
wards pneumonia. Sold by All
I GO TO THE
I Henrie Millinery Co.
I Ladies' and Children's .
I SUCH AS
I Hats, Coats, Suits, Skirts,
I Hosiery, Underwear, eto.
I A Beautiful Line of Ladies9
I waists just in.
I Big Sale on Underwear & Hosiery Next Week.
B Everything Up-to-Date.
Opposite Postofnce, Garland, Utah.
II The Tremont fwi,.i.ai..;,..i w,t.-.iil
11 Dealers in
I Liquor House 11 wines, ucmoksKJ
I n a w, i o I! aud CIGARS. I
1 u. A. Woodward, Prop. 9
SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES.
I barrel of bottled Betf $10.50 On return of bottles $3.00 rebute
1 case of Beer $.'.50 On return of base $1.00 rebute
And Everything Else in Proportion.
H This includes Becker's Best and Fisher's Salt Lake Beer.
tWe also handle PABST and BLUE RIBBON Beer.
PLEASE CALL AND SEC US
The 7-months' old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rogers,
who came to this city from De-
eator, Nebraska, last Sunday
night, passed away from the
effects fit pneumonia Monday
evening. The ehild eontracted
a severe cold in the move from
that state to this city and its
demise was a severe shock to
its parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Rogers were referred to this
city as a desirable place in which
to locate by Elder Geo. D.
Thompson, who is performing
missionary labors in Nebraska.
Fortunalety the family secured
one of the Sugar Co's houses
recently vacated by Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. A. Primrose and
llatcr phrchased the furniture.
; Mr. Rogers has rented the home
i of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Boothe
i and will move to the northern
I part of town later. Funeral
! services were held at the resi-
; dense Wednesday at 1 p. m.
'Members of the Garland choir
furnished the music. Bp. A. R.
j Cnpener presided. Opening
song Come, Come Ye Saints. '
Prayer by Fredrie L. Rogers.
Singing "O, My Father." The
speakers were Bp. A. R. Cape
ner, Thos. E. Secrist, Joseph
Jensen and W. L. Grover.
During the services the choir
sang "Shall We Meet Beyond
the Kiver." Closing song
"Tliere is Sweet Rest in Heav
en." Benediction by J. J,
Thompson. The remains were
interred in the city cemetery,
the grave being dedicated by
F. I). Welling. The sympathies
i of all go out to the bereaved
W. E Getz,
Eyes H Glasses
RITER BR08. DRUG CO. WILL
MAKE THE USUAL BIG HOLIDAY
DISPLAY AT THEIR DRUG STORE
ALL KIND8 OF HOLIDAY GOODS,
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL, WILL
BE ON DI8PLAY.
CALL AND 8EE THE GOOD8.
OUR XMA8 LINE IS THE BE8T
IN THE 8TATE.
Riur Bros. Druo Go.
Logan &Garland7Utah, Frank
lin, Preston & Montpelier, Ida.
JOHN J. 8HUMWAY.
JAMES J. THOMPSON.
LIST Your PROPERTY With
Quick Sales, Favorablo terms
on Real Estate Loans.
Notary work carefully attend
ed to. Fire Insurance.
Bell phones 35 blk, and
i)-'J red, Garland, Utah,
J. Y. Jensen, President.
0. 0. Anderson, Manager.
HarneM Saddles aad Saddlery
Bapairtaf a tpexriaity.
1 Pearl Anne, Oarhin, Utah.
1 NOTICE! 1
E We have a few Men's Sweater Coats P
H reduced from $3.50 to $3.00 and $3.25 H
5J to $2.85. Very Seasonable Articles.
i 18 pairs of Men's No. 6 A R T I C S at if
Jt $1.25 per pair until closed out. Up .
m , A4 m
H 8 Suits of Men's Clothing ww I
Si 6 Suits of Boy's Clothing warm Half ? V. fl
5 Suits of Children's Clothing Price f
fl All the good things for Xmas f
jl On Hand all the Time P
!gg Give us a chance to quote you prices. W
W. L. GROVER & SONS.
S&WHERE THE TEAMS STOPga
I sMlKJg2gKM glK-rSMr II
We are fully prepared to supply the jf
wants of "Santa ClaUS"atour I
Big New Furniture and I
Hardware Store B ' 1
Call and The the Goods I
Big Holiday Line. I
JENSEN BROS., "&
BIG DISCOUNT SALE! 1
For one week only. Com-
mencing MONDAY, DEC-
I EMBER 6th, I
1 All our Children's and 8
I Misses9 Bear Skin Coats I
: at 25 per cent Discount.
Now is your chance to get bargains.
$2.50 Coats at $1.90
$3.00 Coats at $2.25
$3.50 Coats at $2.65
$4.50 Coats at $3.40
$7.00 Coats at $5.25
I Call and See Them
1 at the I 4
Garland Mercantile Co"
c Wm. Preston, Mgr. r