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H The Garland Globe.
H Saturday, March 12, 1910.
M J. W. Groesbock was a pas-
M senger to Halt Lake Tuesday.
H Yes we have Ball Brand
M rubber boots and rubbers.
M Plumbei Bob Evans made a
M business trip to the state eupital
B last week.
m Merohant Wm. Preston made
a business trip to the county
m seat Thursday.
B Miss Mabel Miller is the new
F lady clerk at the Boyd & Francis
B Be sure to call and ask to see
m our pretty spring goods.
M Boothe's. It
H Joseph Jensen was transact-
B ing business in the county seat
m Monday and Tuesday.
B (children's roll sole rubbers,
B sizes 8 to 10, 38c per pair.
Where t Boothe's. It
B Miss Mina Peterson returned
H last week from a pleasant visit
M with relatives in El wood.
h A fine son arrived at the home
H of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Leavitt
H a week ago last Monday Feb.
B Miss Ada Bingham and Master
B Barry came up from Ogden last
B Saturday and spent Sunday in
B this city.
B "Jack O' Diamonds" next
B Monday night March 14th for
B the benefit of the Garland
B Amusement hall.
H Follow the crowd to the Gar-
H land Amusement hail iext Mon-
H day night March 14th and
W see "Jack ( ' Diamonds." Ben-
m efit for the hall.
B Mr. aud Mrs. Ed Whitaker
H Of Bountiful the latter a sister
H Of Mrs. T. E. Secrist, spent
H part of this week in Garland.
H Elder. Archie Hall, who has
H been laboring us a missionary
I in Ghio and adjourning states,
H returned home Sunday evening.
H J. T. Lant was the lucky
H winner of the black .r)-ycar old
H colt raffled off by Owen Barber
H last week. No. 01 took the colt.
H Mrs. Annie Wallis of Mt.
H Pleasant, mother of Joseph
H. Wallis and Mrs. T. II.
H Edwards, spent Sunday and
H Monday here and returned to
H her home Tuesday.
H W. O. Kamshaw, District
Mgr. of the K. M. B. Tel. Co.,
I was in Garland on business
H Thursday and gave the Globe
I office a pleasant call.
H Everybody is invited to attend
H a fine entertainment to begiveu
WM next Tuesday night at the Gar
H land North meeting house,
H under the auspices of the Sun
B day school. A fine program
H will be carried out and refresh
es meats served.
H Chamberlain's Stomach and
H Liver Tablets are safe, sure and
H reliable, and have been praised
H by thousands of women who
H have been restored to health
H through their gentle aid and
H curative properities. Sold by
H All Dealers.
H Mrs. W. R. Van Meet returned
B home from Hooper last Satur-
H day where she went to attend a
H family reunion of her father's
H family, Mr. Charley Parker.
H Br daughter, Miss Iva Van-
M fleet, who is attending school
H in Ogden, accompanied her to
H Last Saturduy Mrs. Blanche
B Wood of Farmiugton, mother
H of Mrs. T. E. Secrist, came to
H Garland to spend a few days.
H She is favorably recoving from
H the recent o)eratiou she passed
Hi through at Salt Lake. Mrs.
B Wood returned home M mday
H of this week.
Ij NOTICE: Cash Basis! 1
i GARLAND, UTAH, March 1st, 1910. f
I To the Public: HI
On and after March 1st, 1910, we will conduct our business on a strictly cash basis. g$!a
M We desire to thank our many friends and patrons for the splendid business we have enjoyed up to the MaS
H present time, which has only been due to the liberal patronage and support they have given us. ftwt -O
We believe in adopting the cash system we will not only benefit ourselves, but will be able to give our Wtw
m customers better prices and help, in a material way, to reduce the cost of living. It will be our aim to always $
& keep on hand the latest and best in every line we carry. (IBws
3J Again thanking you for your liberal patronage, we ask for a continuation of the same. w$p
s? We are certain that a careful pursnal of the following prices will be an incentive for you to call and in- Etaj
'2 spect our stock of goods bofore placing your ordors elsewhere. For the convenience of the trade we have con- natSe
I pon books as follows: $5.00 books for SH.75; $10.00 books for $8.60; $20.00 books for $19.00. Cash in advance. MM
n Blair Corn (best) 10c, 11 cans for $1.00 j Package raisins 10c und 12c rSf
gj Banner Oats, 5 lb. pkg. 30c I A B Naptha Soap, 5c bar per box $4.60 iB
Columbia Oats, U lb. pkg. ;K)c j Crystal White Soap, 5c bar per box $4.50 mm
1 Columbia Wheat Flakes, 5 lb. pkg. 30c j Diamond C Soap (5 bars for 25c !&
Tomatoes (Brigham No. 1) 10c 8 cans for 25c I American prints per yd 7Xc yB
B June Peas (star brand) 3 cans for 25c j Outing (a few pieces) at per yd 7Xc I
w Early June Peas 10c i Hope bleech per yard. 10c iJB
Sifted peas 15c j Our celebrated Tomboy hose, sizes f to 10, sold B
Corn flakes 10c j everywhere for 25c now per pair. 20c I
I Loose raisins 3 lbs. for 25c All other goods "- at Ben ftock Prices H
I CLOSING OUT A fine line of Men's, Womens' and Children's Oxfords at a Bargain. H
I KABOS CORSETS A full line of the colebrated Kabos Corsets just in. Latest styles right up-to-date. HB
I Call and see them. flH
I We take butter, eggH and poultry in exchange for merchandise and handle wheat, oats, barley and H
I potatoes in carload lots. W
W. L. GR0VER & SONS. I
I NOWHERE HIE TEAMS STOPs H
The thrilling 4-act melo-drama
"A Woman's Worst Enemy"
is tin' bill at the Garland Opera
House next Thursday night,
March 17th. Special scenery,
electrical effects. Prices 25c,
50c and 75c. Seats on sale at
Riter Bros. Drug store. Money
back if not satisfied.
Fully nine out of every ten
cases of rheumatism is simply
rheumatism of the muscles due
to cold or dump, or chronic
rheumatism, neither of which
require any internal treatment.
All that is needed to afford re
lief is the free application of
Chamberlain's Liniment. Givo
it a trial. You are certain to be
pleased with the quick relief
which it affords. Sold by All
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wheelon
went to Brigham last Saturday
to visit Mrs. Wheelon's brother,
Joseph Morris of Rexburg, Ida
ho, whom she had not seen for
about twenty years. Mr. Morris
just returned from Salt Lake
where he has been taking treatr
ment for his health. While
there a family reunion was held
at the residence of Mrs. M. E.
Campbell. Mrs. Wheelon re
turned Sunday night, but Mr.
Wheelon went to Price where
he spent the week on business
I have in my possession one
large, black, brood sow sid
crop off left ear. Owner can
have same by culling on me and
paying expense of feed and
J. A. MORTEN SEN,
I buying that pucking house
I soap to wash your face
k ( Hve us a chance to clean
up your skin.
IB We could do it, because
I we carry
I Riot Bros.
B Logan and Garland,
H Utah, Franklin, Preston
P :tnd Montpelier, Idaho.
mc Owens Hotel
N. A. Petewon, Prop.
: m . Double 75c and Up.
Rooms Sinjflo gQg B(J Up
Cafe serves half orders which
makes it reasonable.
W. E Getz,
Eyes U Glasses
Tested II Fitted
Saved A Soldier's Life.
Facing death from shot and
shell in the civil war was more
agreeable to J. A. Stone, of
Kemp, Tex., than facing it from
what doctors said was consum
ption. "I contracted a stubborn
cold" he writes, "that develop
ed a cough, that stuck to me in
spite of all remedies for years.
My weight run dowu to 130
pounds. Then I began to use Dr
King's New Discovery, which
completly cured me. I now
weigh 178 pounds." For Cough,
Colds, LaOrippe, Asthma,Hem
orrhage, Hoarseness, Croup,
Whooping Cough aud lung trou
ble, its supreme. 50c. $1.00.
Trial bottle free, fluarandeed
by All Druggists.
IFDFF! io o I
I iLL. Dinner Sets I
HAND DECORATED 1
Given Away Absolutely FREE
TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
A large clock, which is on exhibition at this More., I
will be wound up the face of this clock is covered and E
it will be allowed to run down and stop.
With every $1.00 cash purchase we will give a card I
this card will be stamped with a special time of day.
The card also states a certain time when you are to pre- w
sent it at this store. On the time specified all persons
holding cards for this date will present their cards at
the time indicated , the face of the clock will be then on- 1
covered, and the person holding a card which time is W '
nearest to that of the time when the clock stops, getA -K
this beautiful present absolutely free. Hj H
Remember, you must be in the store when the clock K j
is uncovered as the article will be given to the person f I
present with the nearest time card. 1
We will give away a great many of these presents, so : m
if your card does not win at the first uncovering of elook, rt 'T
do not throw it away; save it. Yon may win on it the $
S i next time or the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 0th or some future time.
Save your cards.
Our prices will remain as heretofore, the lowest-
our quality as always, will be the best.
Will you call at our store and see the presents and 1
get further particulars? '
Yours Truly, ;'
Garland Mercantile Co.,
tjj Wm. Preston, Mgr. rt?