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H The Garland Globe.
Saturday, Mny 14, 1910.
H Halley'i eomet'a tail May 18
H Mrs. James Coombs of Ogden
H is yiiiting friends here.
H T. L. Bnook had business In
H the county seat Wednesday.
M Spray your trees for -"'. Ask
H Biter Bros about it. ml3tf
H Mrs. Emma Ipsen is the guest
H of her daughter, Mis. I. A.
H Barber Harry Smith spent
H Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
H dny in the county seat.
H Miss Mary Drake was the
truest of Mr. and Mrs. .1. ('.
I Wheelon a lew days this week
jH Real Estate and Loan Agent
M 0. W. Lawrence of Corinne, was
H in Garland on business Tues-
H Mrs. T. II. Edwards came
m back from Brighamlast Friday,
H where she spent a few days with
m Miss Louise Clark spent a
M few days of last week in Farm-
M ington and returned last Sun-
H day evening.
H Gov. Jas. H. Brady has issu-
fl ed a proclimation making June
m 15th Idaho Day, to be celebrut-
B ad in honor of the Pioneers.
M Mrs. Parley Jensen was the
H lucky winner of the set of dishes
B given away Wednesday of this
H week by the Garland Merc. Co.
h A L. Jensen and wife of Brig-
H ham were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. O. Barnard a few days
last week. Mrs. Jensen is still
H Chas. Gunnel of Wellsville
H stopped over Wednesday night
H in this city with W. T. Hudson
H enrouto to his ranch at Blue
H E. II. Morris of Brigham
H spent Wednesday and Thurs-
H day in Garland, the guest of
B his brother-in-law, Jos. E. !
H Miss Lillis Anderson, who
H spent last week in this city, re-
B turned Sunday to finish her
H course of study at the Laffayette
H school. Salt Lake.
H Miss Hael Campbell return-
H ed Sunday evening from a visit
H with her sister, Miss Ruby
H Campbell, who is attending the
H Brigham High school.
H Every house-keeper can be
H her own painter, ami brighten
H up the many little things about i
H the household. Riter Bros. Drug
H Co. will tell you how to do it.
H SiA Mention Parents All par-
H 'iit- in Garland are invited to
H the Parents' class next Sunday,
B 10 a. in., as a question of vital
H importance will be discussed.
H F. D. Welling, supervisor.
H Collage bulletin No. 5, out-
H lining the summer course of the
H Utah Agricultural Collage of
H Logan came to our desk Tues-
H day. The summer school be-
H Kins June 0 and ends July 16.
B The officers of the Garland
H Primary association gathered
H at the home of Mrs. Mary
H Austin Monday night and speut
HH a very pleasant eveuing in mak-
ing candy and social conversa-
n Saturday, May 14th, (to-day)
H commencing at II p. m., sharp,
H Mrs. A. Nichols, the aoeom-
H plisbed pianist, will render a
H number of her choice selections
H on the Prize Piano at our store.
H 'oine and see our beautiful
H pianos and hear the music. All
m Tremont Furniture Co,,
B Tretnonton, Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lillywhite
atid Miss Nellie Lillywhite
were Brigham visitors last Sat
urday ami Sunday.
Mrs. E. A. Stevenson and
children of Ogden, who have
been visiting in this city the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Bush, returned home Monday.
Early Monday morning the
Stork paid a visit to W. A.
Adam's farm home in East (Jar
land and left a fine son for safe
keeping. All reported to be in
proving. Master Glen Lant and his
father, J. T. Lant, returned
last Sunday evening from the
L. 1). S. hospital. The lad is
favorably recovering. T h e
doctors found his leg to be set
in perfect condition.
Diarrhoea should be cured
without loss of time and by a
medicine which like Chamber
Iain'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.
An invitation to attend the
17th Annual Commenceut Ex
ercises of the Utah Agricultural
College to be held in the College
I chapel, Logan, Sunday,Monday
and Tuesday, May 22, 23 and
24, came to our desk Thursday.
Austin and sous have just
installed a fine, new gasoline
shearing plant at their shearing
corral near the Hillside Ranch
north of town and will begin
clipping the wool from the
backs of their big flock about
the first of next week.
A jolly crowd of Utah-Idaho
Sugar Co. cashiers speut Mon
day in this city visiting the
Sugar factory, the office force
and in sight seeing around town.
In the afternoon they took a trip
to Tremonton accompanied by
Rest. Mgr. Mosiah Evans and
Chief Clerk R. L. Bush. The
party consisted of E. R. Patter
son, cashier of the Idaho Falls
factory ; Eugene Clayton, cashier
of the Nampa factory; R. H.
Clayton,, cashier of the Black
foot factory ;S. L. Wells, cashier
of the Lehi factory; Geo. D.
Kirby, cashier of the Sugar City
factory and Traveling Auditor
J. W. TimpKon. They were
much pleased with our city and
1 TfB Vlar jF
jSjr Harness Co
M J j. y. Jensen, Prest.
0. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harneu Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Pear) Annex. Garland, Utah.
Mrs. J. M. Francke was a pas
senger to Ogden yesterday.
Miss Hilda Larsen of Brig
ham is the guest of Mrs. Lewis
Miss Bertha Jensen of Tre
tnonton, spent last Friday with
Miss Roxey Hudson.
Marcus L. Hamson of Brig
ham, formerly an employee of
the Garland Globe, and Miss.
Oleofa Olsen of that place, were
united in marriage at the Salt
Lake temple Wednesday of this
Mrs. J. F Owens returned!
last Sunday evening from Salt
Lake where she went to visit
her husband who is at the Holy
Cross hospital. She reports
Mr. Owens speedily recovering
and expects him home today or
F. W. Ebersole, the cement
man, was lucky in drawing No.
4."4 out of the H7,0(X) who were
registered in the big opening of
the Flathead Indian reservation
in Montana. He left for Mis
soula, Mont., Wednesday and
in all probability he will secure
a very valuable tract of land.
Marshal J. A. Mortensen ac
cepted a position with Wyatt
Bros, of Tremonton Monday
and our town has been without
a day marshal this week. How
ever Mr. Mortensen is filling
the position of night police and
will be on duty until a regular
marshal has been appointed
to succeed him.
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.
Attention To ward officers
of the Y. M. M. 1. A., you are
urgently requested to send in
all funds on hand and to settle
all M. I. accounts at once. De
linquient Era subscribers for
vols. 12 and 13, are requested to
settle same immediately. Send
all funds to Secy. Ludvig Lar
sen, Garland. We wish to put
our account with the general
office in a creditable shape. Y.
M. M. I. A. Presidency.
J. W. GOHEEN,
Light and Heavy
Repairing Promptly and
An Old Homestead Made New by the use of oni
Queen Bee Ready-mixed Paints is Sy gf 'TT'TJv
"a transformation devoutly to be rffm ifniA
wished" by those who wish to vfPP - T uCfloJ
I preserve their property and have JaS?-) 1 J -?5-FS
it look fresh and attractive. Our Mv "yL J fffcw"
high grade Heady-mixed Paints vPjj "HrLj Zwr) Jlw
are made from the best colors, and Mh ' " 11 IBM ISlt
will not peel or blister when up- wvlfjBSCfiHMn rfio-Mi
plied, hut are durable and lasting' ffinajinL HfWl j TtjiJ
RITER BROS. DRUG CO. IjjkJSP.
Logau & Garland, Utah, Franklin, pBjSffi"'1! 'vJ!M!!Cj
Preston & Montpelier, Idaho. mW ) WPJiy
LAST CHANCE! ' I
The last week of our $ig I
Green Tag Sale closes TO- "
NIGHT, May 14th. Come
and take advantage of the great
ly reduced prices while the bar
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. GR0VER & SONS.
aWHERE THE TEAMS STOPg
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 oni prices are "way- x
If you are thinking of buying Lumber, Furniture, Hard
ware or Building Material, you can't do better, elsewhere,
so give us your orders.
(Jail and see our Washing Machines.
JENSEN BROS., garland6tah.
f FDFFJ ' 1
f -- Dinner Sets J
1 HAND DECORATED
Given Away Absolutely FREE g
T O O U R CUSTOMERS.
5 A large clock, which is on exhibition at this store, H
j will be wound up the face of this clock is covered and v
6 it will be allowed to run dowu and stop. 'v
j&j With every $1 .00 cash purchase wo will give a card 'J
x! this card will be stamped with u special time of day. V
! The card also states a certain time when you are to pre- v
'; sent it at this store. On the time specified all persons '
X' holding cards for this date will present their cards at jxj
6 the time indicated, the face of the clock will be then un- ',
2 covered, and the person holding a card which time is
X nearest to that of the time when the clock stops, gets Ifl
VI this beautiful present absolutely free. jft
Remember, you must be in the store when the clock M J
is uncovered as the article will be given to the person j ;
present with the nearest time card. ;.
X We will give away a great many of these presents, so $,
V1 ifyourearddocsuotwinatthefirst uucovenugof clock, -'
5jl do not throw it away; save it. You may win on it the J
next timeor the .'!rd, 4th, 1 5th, 0th or some future time. I
X Save your cards. I y
X Our prices will remain as, heretofore, the lowest v
our quality as always, will be the best.
I Will you cull at our store and see the presents and
X get further particulars! Xi
X Yours Truly, g
Garland Mercantile Co.,
cj Wm. Preston, Mgr. c