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S Piano and Furniture
SALE! mm SALE!
Wholesale Factory Prices Put to Shame
Baldwin, Steinway, Keller
r and H. P. Nelson PIANOS
I World's Best Pianos to Choose From Jl5Te in
ffj kst ... , . . stock at our store
;iiwd you can get your ehoieo NOW while TWENTY PIANOS LAST at almost your OWN
"0 We must sell these sample Pianos regardless off a loss to the factory
BEFORE CHRISTMAS EVE.
Come and sec the goods and get our prices. The goods speak for themselves
n Our store and wan-rooms are chuck full of bargain'- in the line of Furniture, etc, which must
H jap in this sale.
We also give a ticket with each $1.00 cash purchase. Drawing to take
place Christmas Eve.
I ; FIRST PRIZE Piano for $100.00 2nd Prize Sewing Machine FREE
I Tremonton Furniture Store,
I TREMONTON, UTAH.
I The Garland Globe.
I Saturday, Dec. 10, 1910.
I " One hundred children in the
I operetta at Fielding, Dec. 16th.
I Mr. and Mrs. N. W Taylor
I 'were passengers to Ogden Wed
Born Wednesday, Dec. 7th,
to the wife of J. D. Morgan, a
line daughter. All improving.
Riter Bros, have mirrors for
BIB from 40c to $7.00.
IBob Morgan of Willard was
in Garland on business Wed
nesday and Thursday.
Agent F. F. Gross of the Gar
land depot spent a few days in
Salt Lake this week.
Collar and cuff box for hub
Ma at Riter Bros., 13.00 to $3.00.
Robert MoGhie of McGill,
Nevada, spent a few days in
town this week the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Bph Coombs.
t Adjustable mirror shaving
! set at Riter Bros, will m a k e
H I M smile.
C. O. Anderson of Brignam
was here Wednesday and
Thursday in the interest of the
Garland Harness To.
House and lot in Garland for
sale. $1,7.00. Apply to 0. J.
Mrs. 11. Miller and daughter,
Ilia, of Bingham City, are vis
iting in Garland, the guests of
Mrs. J. Y. Jensen.
John J. Bhumway, real estate
and loan agent, presented the
Globe office with a neat calen
dar the other day that is very
nseful in our business.
John F. Eardmann and son,
Harvey L., of Brigham, gave
I this office a pleasant call while
in town on business yesterday.
The Sunday, Nov. 27th, issue
of the Chicago Record-Herald
contained s pages of "boosting"
matter concerning the state of
Utah. Box Elder, Beaver, Car
bon ami Cache counties and
Salt Lake City were written up
in good shape and illustrated
vith fine half-tones. A number
of copies of the paper have
been circulated and we had the
pleasure of receving one which
was highly appreciated.
For Sale 4 room house,
pantry and closet, stable, etc.
Water in house. Lot 7-l',,xUSV
ft. Price $1,300. Apply to CI
J. Campbell. o29-n26 '
Xmas CHRISTMAS Xmas
SEE C 1 SEE
SAW O SI 1 0 SAW
PRICES CHANGE EVERY HOUR
At 8 a. m., Dec. 'I 2th, prices drop 5c per dol
lar each hour. At ! 2 o'clock the sale stops
for noon. At I p. m., starting at the lowest
sale price of the morning, sale goes up 5c per
dollar, until 5 o'clock. At 5 o'clock p. m. the
sale again drops 5c per dollar each hour until
1 0 o'clock p. m.
At 8 a. m., Dec. 1 3th, prices start up 5c '
per dollar, from the lowest sale price of the
night before, and continue up each hour, until
1 2 o'clock noon. At 1 p. m. prices begin to
drop 5c per hour and stop at 5 p. m., when
they again commence upward.
Wednesday, Dec. 1 6th, prices go down
in the morning and up in the afternoon.
For example: A $7.00 mirror at 8 a. m. drops 5e on the dol
lar or 36c; at 9a. m. it drops 35c again ; at 10 a. m. 30c; at 11
a. m. another ;i0e and at noon still another 30c making the sale
price at noon $5.40. Then at 1 p. m. it starts up fiom $5.40 at
the same rate as it went down in the morning and so on.
Do you see the SEE SAW?
Sales from 50c to $1.00 will be allowed 5c off
same as dollar sales.
A Clock in Our Store Changes
the Price Each Hour.
Our entire holiday line is in the sale. Terms of
sale, Cash. Sale closes Dec. 26, 1910.
Riter Bros. Drug Co.! j
Logan and Garland, Utah. Montpelier, Preston, Franklin, Ida. I
pjjrtRW . i -, hi ,
If you receive a copy of the
Garland Globe with "Sample
copy" written in the corner,
remember that it is an invita
tion for you to subscribe. $1.50
will give you the Globe 52 weeks
and you cannot afford to be
withoat your HOME paper.
For Sale Good farm, house
and improvements, miel
west of town, close to canal,
good water. Inquire of Harry
Pa y, fnUM
LADIES! Save money
,nd keep in style by read
ing McCall's Magazine
and using McCall's pat
The McCall Co., 239-249 West
37th St., New York, N. Y.
TO MAKE YOU HAPPY j
()A beautiful line of CANDIES for the little ones. ( ) r
j Groceries sweet and fresh. I
( ) Our stores is replete with the best of everything. ( J '
Send in your order and we will I
deliver them at once. I
W. L GROVER & SONS
Where the Teams Stop.
( The Giver
f&G&o&a The Receiver ;
Before selecting your Holiday Gifts 1
come and examine our large stock, which
consists of everything new and good, viz:
Pictures, Mirrors, Rockers,
Dressers, etc, also a fine line
Winter at last: Don't forget that we I
have heaters of all kinds also sleds, skates, V
; etc, etc.
We still lead in Lumber, Building Material
! and Hardware.
JENSEN BROS., garland0tah.
The Garland Mercantile Co.
Mercantile Co. I