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MB The Garland Globe.
H Saturday, May 7, 1910.
HB Decoration day May 30th,
B Miss Johanna Peterson went
B up to Miiin'i Monday.
9 Misi Ethel Porter lithe lady
H clerk at the Foulger company.
jB David McFerton of Layton
B was hero on business last Nat-
H C. B. Wilson and 0. L.
m Winters spent Inst Sunday in
M F. 1). Baird and Merchant B.
M F. Booth e were in the county
WM scat Sunday last.
J Bvan Morgan and Dr. and
J Mrs. R. J. Smith of Collinston,
MB were in town Tuesday.
fl The Club saloon has been im-
M proved this week by the addi-
H tion of a fine, new fioor under
B tho pool and billiard tables.
H Miss Margret Harued visited
M friends in Logan last Saturday,
M returning Sunday evening.
B Mrs. E. J. Lane, proprietor of
M the Kent Hotel, Tremontou,
M was transacting business in
M Garland Monday.
H Chief Clerk R. L. Rush of the
H U-I Sugar Co's offiec.left Thurs-
H day afternoon to spend a few
M days in the "City of the saints."
Eph Coombs returned Mon-
H day evening from a trip to Salt
H Lake where he spent four or
five days on business and plea-
H sure combined.
M Will Mayfleld of Farmiugton
H returned to his home Tuesday.
H Be was accompanied by Cal D.
M Mayfield who spent a few days
H in Farmiugton.
M Larkin Shaffer of Tecoma,
H Nevada, has purchased part of
M W. A. Adams farm in East
Qarlaud and will make this
H locality bis future home.
H Every house-keeper can be
H her own painter, and brighten
H up the many little things about
M the household. Riter Bros. Drug
H Co. will tell you how to do it.
B Prompt relief in all cases of
H throat and lung trouble if you
H use Chamberlain's Cough Rem
H edy. Pleasant to take, sooth
H ing and healing in effect. Sold
H by All Dealers,
H Now is the time to paint your
H farm implements. Riter Bros.
H Drug Co. sells ready mixed
H paint suitable for this purpose,
H which they guarantee. Call on
H them and they will tell you how
H to do it at u nominal cost.
H Sunday Services.
H Bp. A. R. Capener presided.
H Singing "Redeemer of Israel."
H Prayer by Oluf Johnson. Siug-
H ing "Guide Me to Thee." Saer-
H anient administered by Elders
H Wm. Preston and Henry Man-
HB Ding. Permilla Rogers was re-
H leased as treasurer of the ward
H Belief Society and Elia Glea-
H son appointed to fill the va-
H oancy. Johanna Petersen was
B sustained as a teacher in the
H ward Relief society and the fol-
H lowing were accepted as mem-
H hereof the ward: Joseph Wailie,
H Amanda Mary Robinson and
H Sarah M. Barnard. Bight
H babies were blessed. The i'ol-
H lowing reaponded in testimony
jB bearings Bp. A. K. Capener,
H l. M. Liahman, Coun. D. B.
BH Foulger , Conn. D. K. Manning,
TIk.s. B. King, Eva C. Wilcox,
H Lucy A. Clark, Fred L. Rogers
B and T. E. Secrist. Singing
B "Now Let Us Rejoice in the
H Day of Salvation." Benediction
HI by N. C. Mortensen. Attend-
B ance 98.
B L. W. Iet0f Ward clerk.
Barry Bingham won the set
of dishes given away Wednes
day by the Garland Mercantile
Co. .lust what Hairy needed
and If we don't miss our guess,
he'll be making good use of the
dishes P, D. Q.
Garland seems to be a favor
ed spot of the universe as last
Satrday's rain soaked upthe city
and vicinity in good shape, while
it paaaed over the surrounding
country and only shed a few
tears for our neighboring city
on the south.
Diarrhoea should be cured
without loss of time and by a
medicine which like Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy not only cures
promptly but produce no un
pleasant after effects. It never
fails and is pleasant and safe to
take. Sold by All Dealers.
.Tomes II. Garbanoti of Snow
ville was in town Monday with
his fine, new M. F. C. Stude
baker .'10 h. p. cor. It is a
"beaut." Beginning July 1st,
the car will be used in carrying
the mails from this city to
Stone, Idaho, via Snowville.
Mr. Garbanati made the trip
from Snowville to this city in
about three hours.
Your tongue is coated.
Your breath is foul.
Headaches come and go.
These symptons show that
your stomach is the trouble.
To remove the cause is the first
thing, and Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets will do
that. Easy to take and most
effective. Sold by All Dealers.
Rest. Mgr. Mosiah Evans of
the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., re
turned Tuesday evening from
Ogden where he went to let the
contract for the erection of
Chief Chemist H. C. Cutler's
new dwelling. It is to be a
flve-roomed brick bungalo, fitted
up with water and steam and
will be errected on the lot just
west of the Sugar factory Club
house at a cost of about $3,500.
Mr. L. M. Fran ham, a prom
uent druggist of Spirit Lane,
Iowa, says: "Chamberlain's
Stomach and liver Tablets are
certainly the best thing on the
market for constipation." Give
these tablets a trial. You are
certain to find them agreeable
and pleasant in effect. Price
96 cents. Samples free. For
sale by Ail Dealers.
YOT Harness Co
f U J. Y. Jensen, Prest.
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pearl Annex, Garland, Utan.
Mrs. J. F. Owens went to
Salt Lake Friday to visit her
husband, who is at the Holy
Mrs. Margret Davis of Span
ish Fork, mother of Mrs. J. T.
Laut and J. M. Davis, is visit
ing relntives in this city.
New Farm Home.
Work has begun on Geo.
Carter's new dwelling just south
of town. It is to be one of the
finest residences in the locality.
Three cheers for George.
At last Garland will enjoy the
luxuries of a modern barber
hop and bath house, which will
bo completed on or about June
1st. Work has commenced on
the new metropolitan harbor
shop Miid bath house being in
stalled by Alfred Granger, where
the public can go and get first
class barber work and baths and
not feel as though they are
afraid to turn around in the
The shop will be large and
roomy, with up-to-date equip
ments in every respect. All
sanitary rules will be strictly
observed, as they are now, and
all tools thoroughly sterilized
with formaldhyde daily and be
fore and after they are used on
each customer. The baths will
consist of large roomy 6 feet
bath tubs in a nice large room
with plenty of daylight and
fresh air. The shower bath will
be equipped with the most mod
ern spraying apparatus, with a
separate dressiug room worm
in winter and cool in summer.
An SO-gallon tank of boiling
water will always be on hand.
After being here only G or 7
months and realizing the need
of an up-to-date place, Mr.
Granger has made up his mind
to stay and takes pride in pre
senting to the public this elegant
new shop, where the public can
get splendid service in his line.
His motto is cleanliness and
popular prices and he solicits
,the patronage of all fair-minded
1 citizens. Success.
J. W. GOHEEN,
Light and Heavy
Repairing Promptly and
Trcmonto :, Utah.
An Old Homestead Made New by tie use of our
Queen Bee I ady-mixed Paints Is ? zk C ill
"a transformation devoutly to be ; lll; Y
wished" by those wh wish to lQ Jr--jLj ULlJ'
preserve their property andhae yUjj I ijf i -r'"' f f J "t
it look fresh and attractive. Our IfM. ! T iWrT
high grade Ready-mixed Paints ! ("Tjffljjp Ji'uijljfS
are made from the best colors, and 1' f EC jlllf 1
will not peel or blister when ftp- ttu " 1 J arJjilr H
plied, but are durable and lasting' nCZZZ ) JiJhW"
RITEP BROS. DRUG CO rf 1 JM t$
Logan & Garland, Utah, Franklin liBBj? IWV"
Preston & Montpelier, Idaho. ' " ' 'f ' ""
The last week of our Big i
Green Tag Sale closes next
Saturday night, May 14th. Come
and take advantage of the great
ly reduced prices while the bar- i
gain counters are full of shoes
and oxfords for men, women
and children, prints, ginghams,
bleech, embroideries, laces,
ribbons, hosiery, etc., and many
other things too numerous to
W. L. GROVER & SONS.
cWHERE THE TEAMS STOPb
for No. 1-
Lawn Mowers, Garden Hose,
Ice Cream Freezers and
We carry the most complete line of the above articles
to be found in this locality and oui prices are "way
down." fl .
If you are thinking of buying Lam'" . Furniture, Hard
ware or Building Material, you can't do better, elsewhere,
so give us your orders.
Call and see our Washing Machines.
JENSEN BROS., 6ARLAND,tah.
1 FDFF! 10 I
I ivL-L- Dinner Sets f
Given Away Absolutely FREE &
TO OUR CUSTOMERS. J
A large clock, which is on exhibition at this store,
y will be wound up the face of this clock is covered and
it will be allowed to run down and stop. X
Si With every sj1 .00 cash purchase we will give a card K
Si this card will be stamped with a special time of day.
Cji The card also states a certain time when you are to pre- y
sent it at this store. On the time specified all persons Jj!
holding cards for this date will present their cards at S
the time indicated, the face of the clock will he then un- !jjjj
XJ covered, and the person holding a card which time is I
Xi nearest to that of the time when the (dock stops, gets
$1 this beautiful present absolutely free. y
y Kemember, you must be in the store when the i-loc.k y .
is uncovered as the article will be given to the person v 4
X present with the nearest time card. X
X We will give away a groat manv of these presents, so X
X' if your card does not win at the first nncoveruigof elocki y
'.- do not throw it away; save it. You may win on it the yl
next time or the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th or some future time. X
I ;; Save your cards. X '
;"; Our prices will remain as heretofore, the lowest y
our quality as always, will be the best. y
i;5" Will you call at our store and see the presents and y
X get further particulars? v
XI Yours Truly, Xj
Garland Mercantile Co.,
r Wm. Preston, ligr. c