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I UWLlXr' "" '" Everybody should know that Bo
B (lxtT Elder's Big Department Store is better prepared this season than ever before to suppj
m lrtlfvOffip'' the wants of tl ntire family, from the smallest Imhc l the heads of the hous Every lpci ttnent of this lig store is litci nlly itowc7 I
H (wl EsSSt? ''' w'fM ""' s,'i,s,,,,s most up-to-dnte and Heasonahla merchandise.
Hh im$i$fflJ The ready-to-wear departments are gi ling with their loads of henutifullj tailored and stylish garments Visil these ilepartnien.P
r iLlJi '"""' V" W'" ,"' s'"'n " ''"' season's latent novelties in ladies' and children's coats, ladies' suits, skirls and one pier,, dresses. -
V j'hMv ur 9arments ' your form and our prices your pocketbook. ,i(., IlshovM
H iLvCVfclVr you the hesl values you ever saw in ladies' coats Our prices range from
I $6.50 to $30.00
B VnX v's' our m,'"'s department will convince you that we can save you money on your winter suit. Wo are showing the greatest line
H li2sLf -"- of suits we have evei shown at rcmarkahlc low prices Our suits are made to lit and they hold their shape. We can show you a good
H IWF suit for $10.50 to $12.50 ,)Ptter ones $22. 50 to 27.50.
H We have the goods and we are always glad to show you We give you a positive guarantee off satisfaction or money back.
I I brioham Hanson Mercantile Co. TAH '
M The Home of Quality.
M The Garland Globe
J 1 A. Viom. Editor and Mngr,
m Telephone No 52
J one year (In advnnco) , ., ...t1 60
H A il 'iiislii'd np
HHHHJ Rnttrel Hi HPctmtl-cla.HH mutter rVliruury 17,
HHHH ISMt at tin' print i .Pin- at C.irlnnil. Utah, under
J tie Art of Gonatnri I Maroh I, 1H79
HHHJ SiiI.i ili.T- A'llu I ill to I Inn
HHHHJ I 'jiil t r I , pk-HM' iintif tliL nfllct'
H Saturday, Oct. 15,
H Republican Convention ,
HH (Contiuued from page 1)
J The usual resolution was
H ndoptod Empowering the een-
tral OOmmittee to till all vacan-
H cies and the eagle perched upon '
H a beehive with outstretched'
fl wings was adopted as thci
H official emblem
H Chairman Ifoaiafa Evan con
fl ducted the convention with ah-
H solute fairness and imparti-
B ality and was heartily con-
gratulated for his efficient ser-
I Married in Farmington.
Miss Ceoil Miller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, II. Lyman Miller,
and August Rbower, both of
Penrose, were united in niarri
age Friday of last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil
Smith of farmington. T h e
young couple were given ., re
ception at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Smith and they will make
their home in Penrose.
H It's the World's Best.
H No one has ever made a salve,
H ointment or halm to compare
H with Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
B ' It's the one perfect healer of
H Outs, Coma, Burns, Bruises,
B Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers,
R Rcema, Salt Rheum. For sore
H Byes, ("old Sores, ('happed
HH Bands, or Sprains, it's
I pnMiieT IiffifffiMe foT" PttWTT
H Only 25c at All Druggists.
! Don't Forget
Only - more days left in which
to register. Arc you on the
list? Kind out ly telephoning
.1. A. Wixom at the Garland
Globe office. The days left for
registering voters of the Sun
set Precinct arc October 181 h
and November Int. .1 A Wixom,
regis! r agent.
t'liilcil BtatM Land Office,
s.ili LakaCity. Utah,
(lit. r.th. luin
To whom it may conewn:
Nulla- is lierrliy slvMl lliu. tin Stulo of Utah
tins lili'il in this olIU-f IihI.i of IhiicIh. hoIocIihI L
tlio Hiiid Stair. nmltT lection li of tin Ai'l of (or-
fiaaa, approvad July 16, 18M, ai Indamnlt
SchMl lamlH. vir.: SM SK1-4 ami SI-'.' SWI-I S-c.
30, T. 1R N.. R. 10 W.. S I. M. Serial 0(if.71. Coiio.i
1 of aaitl liatn, ho far an tlu-y ri'latt1 to naid tracts l
I deacriptivc HiilKhyisii us, liavf t. .n conspicuoua!
j p mtoil in thin ofllci' for itiiH.H-tioii ly any person
I I iterfHted and liy tlio publii' KiTHTnlly. Uurinit
tSe i I of publication of this notice, or any
time thereafter, and before final approval and
certification, under departmental retrulatiomt of
j April '&. 1007. protests or contests aaainst the
j claim of the State to any of the tracts or sub
I divisions hereinbefore described, on the irround
that the same is more valuable for mineral than '
I fr agricultural purposes, will In received and i
I n ted for report to the General Land Office at
Washington 1). C. Failure so to protest or con
test, within the time specified, will be considered
sufficient evidence of the non-mineral character
of the tracts and the selections thereof, being
ntherwiee free from objection, will be approved
to the State.
E. D. It. THOMPSON.
It will more than pay you for
your time to read our large ad
vertisement on page live. Jen
sen Bros. ,'t
Forced to Leave Home
livery year n large number of
poor sufferers whose lungs are
sore and racked with coughs
are urged to go to another clim
ate. But this is costly and not
always sure. There's a better
way. Let Dr. King's New Dis
covery euie you at home. "It
cured me of lung trouble,"
writes W. ft. Nelson, of Cala
mine, Ark., "when all else fail
ed and I gained 47 pounds in
weight. Its surely the King of
all cough and lung cures."
Thousands owe their lives and
health to it. It's positively
guaranteed for Coughs, Colds,
LaGrippe, Asthma, Croup All
Throat and Bung troubles, 50c
ami tl.OO. -T r r a M rol 1 1 e TFee" aT
Come and see the great cook
ing wonder at our store for one
whole week beginning Monday,
Oct. 24th. You have a chance
to get a Souvenir Set of Ware
Free. See large advertisement
in this issue (page 5.) Jensen
J. V. Jensen, Brest.
C. 0. Anderson, Manager.
Harness Saddles and Saddlery
Repairing a Specialty.
Factory St, Utah.
Boyd and Francis
Fine Candies, Ice Cream,
Soda Water, etc.
Oranges, Bananas and
Fresh Fruit in Season.
J. W. GOHEEN,
Light and Heavy
Repairing Promptly anil
J. F. OWENS
GROCERIES AND MEATS
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.
OMa .Veal, pork, beef, chickens ;unl produce wanted."'
Factory Street. Garland, Utah.
WE OAKLAND CLU3
eph coombs, Proprietor Choice Wines, Liquors
GarLnd, Utah and Cigars
Billiard and Pool Room in Connection.
Don't Let Whiskey Get the Best of You,
Get the Best of Whiskey at the Club.
C. J. CAMPBELL ROTARY PUBLIC 5
OAKLAND, ,'TAH jggj "
To spend a few weeks
or a few months
During the Fall and Winter Months in
IS A TREAT
The "Salt Bake Route" is the Direct Bine to the
Pacific Coast also Goldfield and Tonopah
3 DAILY TRAINS 3
Metric Lighted Observation Oars.
For Kates and Full Information See Your Local Agents o
J. H. Manderfield. A. G. P. A.,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.