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m The Garland Globe.
H SATURDAY, auo. ai, urn. H Here and There. H Miss Lois Peters of Hrijfhnm H was visiting friends here Sun- M The Dtah-IcUaO Sugar Co. H has built 11 iM'at addition to the H house occupied )y W. J. ftroes- H beek. H Mrs. (Jeo. F. BOWOD came uj H from Spanish Fork Sunday H evening to spend a few days in H Ourland. H Miss Vera Kdwards returned H last Saturday evening from a H week's visit with relatives in H Brighnm City. H Miss Janie Yates of Harper H ward was here the fore part of H this Week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. VV. Preston. H Joseph Jenten returned Mon- H day from Brigham where he H went to visit relatives and trans- H act business last Saturday. H Miss Millie Corhctt, daughter H of Jos E. ('orbett, returned to H her liome in Bancroft, Idnho, H Monday, after a few days visit B in tin's city. H WINES Htid I.ldiiorH tor Medlelnal H purposes at Hlter Hron Drag Store, it H Mr. and Mrs. Geo Seaman of H Ogden wer guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Welling of H EUverside last week and part of H this week. Mr. Seaman isaudi H tor for Seowcroft & Sons. H PIAUH DAY, BriflMUB, Sept. 15. this H year. Reduced rates will be made via M Ortgoa Short Line. Train Schedule Md M rntcs will he announecd Inter. sA8-sll 1 Elders Win. Preston, Felix H Baird, Ghistav Kbrth and Alfred H Anderson went over to Dewey- H ville Sunday evening where they H held mi interesting street nieel- H ing and propounded the doe H trines of Honnonism. m FOB SALE Boose and one- H half acre lot in southern part of Garland. Write to II. (). H Uunsaker, West Portage, B Utah. J.n-tf H Amos Larsen and Willard H Nichols of Brigham, painters M and decorators, were here last H Saturdny on business, They H put a daisy sign on the Globe H offloe for ye editoi and sre ex- H in its at the hi. M ' The Globe oanM get "all of H the news all of the time," but H Ave try to get "some of the H news some of the time." We H failed t state the fact that H VV. J. Fife and John J. Nlmm- Hfl way han traded places, hut its Hfl a fast, just the ir w. .1. Hj don't (piit trading places soon, H there won't be s house in Grar- M laud that he hasenl owned. H What is Best for Indigestion? BBH Mr. A ttiiliiiimiii of I iii iik 1 11 in , Out in in, 1 has tier n 1 1 1 iie,i ri year wit It Indite - lion, mid recommend ( Itambcrlaln'i m Itomneh ltd .Ivor Tnlilnf tho Iii H Hie. Heine 1 . u-ri." If troubled with H indigestion constipation give thuui n H Hill They an eill lili to prov e llelietli i , I . H Thej tike mid pleasant H effect. Price, Sample fur J. J. Shumway went to Logan Wednesday to transact busi ness. Leslie drover, who has made his home in Billings, Montana, for the past two years, is spend ing this week in Garland. He is accompanied by Mr. Enevold Enevoldsen, a musician, who with Mr. G rover is furnishing music for the people in Billings that is of the high-class order. Mrs. G rover who is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. Murie, will return with them in a few days. Herbert B. Foulger disposed of his four-roomed residence near the Foulger Go's store to Dr. Wm. L. Rich last week and Tuesday a force of men and teams moved it to the M. D's. lot on the coiner of Main and Austin streets. The ehimneys of the house were knocked down and the roof damaged in the move. The house with a few repairs will make a neat residence. In the way of PAINT There's naught to dodge, nothing to fear in I ho quality of our store-full of llctuly-to-use piilnts Hiid paint In hulk. They won't blister or chip off are untitTcctrd hy sun, rain, cold or frosty weather. Summer or winter our paints till the hill completely and economically. We carry a tine line of paint lirttshes. R'ttBr Bros. Dmo Go. I Logan and (Jutland. I'tuli, Franklin, Preston ami Montpclier, Idaho. '' Hi Farm, Home or want a I Land of anV kmd' I and want to borrow or loan money, Apply to SHUMWAY & THOMPSON, Bell phones 31-1 bik. and 9-2 red, Garland, Utah f Garland Harness Company, J. Y. JENSEN, President C. 0. Anderson, Manager. Dealers In Harness, Saddles and Saddlery Hardware. Repairing a Specialty. Pearl Annex, Oarland, Utah. (i:ti;e;i'.,.''e'.'e:.';i'!e.'e;e:ii'...'n'Hren;1"'i';iiM,i:ii,a FoExpert Plumbing ';tll mi the Leon Mortensen Plumbing Co., : BrighaoQ ( 'ity. Utah, i Bstisfaction lusrauteed. fhe rremont jt I Liquor House jjwiNEsDnouoRSandBI)! G. A. Woodward, Prop. CIGARS. SEIXING A 1" THE VOX TTOING FRIGES B 1 Case of Beer S3.50 On Return of Case $1.00 Rebate H 1 Barrel Bottled Beer $10,50 On Return of Boties 13.00 Rebate H And Everything Else in Proportion. H 'I'liK include ileeker'N HikI iind Fisher's Suit Lake Iteer B iVe also handle PAB8T and BLUI UIIiHOM HtM B PIJASF. CALL AM) SEE US. I SUNDAY SEBVICES. Bp. A. R. Oepener presided. Hinging by fhe congregation. "Now Let Us Hojoice." Prny or by W. L. Ghrover. Singing "High On the Mountain Top." Sacrament administered by Elders ftustav Korth and Felix Baird. Raymond Wallace was accepted as a member of the ward and Bnrdett Smith and Brignam Marriott were released as ward teachers. The speak ers were (,'harles Munns, Win. PrestOO and II. S. Rice. Sing ing "We Thank Thee 0 God for a Prophet." Benediction by Thos. K. King. Attendance 7(5. I j. W. Preston, ward clerk. Rain interfered with the street meeting at night. Elder Rich ard West just gut warmed np and was delivering a masterly address on the subject of the Organization (' the Church when the lightning flashed, the thunder roared and the rain Came down In torrents. We are sorry the weather man butt ed in, as Elder West's sermon was getting very Interesting. Try it again. Western Inventors. The following patents were issued this week to Western in ventors reported by 1). Swift & Co., Patent Lawyers, Wash ington, 1). C: Colo. J. B. De- Celle, Fort Collins, he.et-harve- ster; R. Griswold, Denver, service dam; E. 0. Porter, Tellcuride, elevator for thresh ing machines; S. R. Hunt, Sr., adjustable bed-spring; J. E. Bempel, Burton, harness-buckle. Utah J.C.Oliver, Ogden, car-inspector's lump; A. B. Young, Salt LakeCity, sinter ing-maebine. Copies of any of the above patents will be sent to our readers upon the receipt of ten cents by 1). Swift ft Co., Washington I). 0, our special patent correspondents. Subscribe To-dayl If nil rOCeivc a copy of the (iiirlntid Global with ''Snmpla copy" written on the corner, reinenilier Mint it is mi Invita tion for you to Mibacribt. $1.80 will girt yon the (ilohc r2 M eeks mid on eniinot afford to Im wilOOUl your HOME piper. The Qwens He' I). i: HINMIIAM. Prop. Garland, --- Utah. European Plan. Rooms !.(,1,;1(' i;";' i,,M! ! ningle ( and l p. Cafe serves half orders which makeffMl reasonable. EORGE Mill). .I'M Painting and Paper Hanging. All Work Guaranteed. Natural Wood Finishng A Specially. Tremonton, i tali H.BOYD DRAY AND TRANSFER. Desbr in ROCK SPRINGS COAL. Boll phono No. 39 red. GARLAND. UTAH. ' fj()V! ft pliANCIS Dealers in 11 m "t ramtiuK Ice (.ream, Soda Water, F.te. Oranges, Bananas and Fresh Fruit in Season UarUnd, Utah w 1 Bargains in OXFORDS m LADIES' M 1 Were $2.50 Now $1.75 1 i " 30 " 15) B m MISSES' and CHILDREN'S M 1 Were $2.25 Now $1.75 1 I " 1.90 " 1.50 1 I " '-75 " '-40 I Ati LITTLE BAREFOOT'S m W Were 50 cts Now 40 cts 1 fl "' $1-25 M $1.00 f All our 15c, 25c and 30c Lawns ig Going at 10c, 17 -12c and 20c W. L GROVER & SONS. WHERE THE TEAMS STOP. j lmmmlimmmmmIII 1 We Can Fill Your Bill I ''ir mi tiling in rhc line of Lumber, Hardware, Funiltmc 59 and Building Muterhil from n bnnch of Imh r sblaglea P1 " t ii cinipl.'tc house or bum We lire ciipnlilc of furnish- fft I vm im; you u rtUOSUlble prices wt Ami every hill we lill is liiil for your next order, 5 j We build for your future iim u -1 1 u our prestiit patron- H Hge, mikI t lint eiin only he tlrtue hy huihilnir 10 pleiM H r If you start out with h llxeil iletermimitioii of getting our H hill filled with the best gOOdl your money ean buy, you W , ,z niingt just ns well come here first as Ust. M No orders to large for prompt Attention none too small vM for the Mi'leiest care. 69 -UNDERTAKING 'AHKril.l.V TTENDF.I) TO I JENSEN BROS., 0ARL Ln .""""'.-.-.,-', n I I n'.l'i,.,.Vi,V.V1VVt,,.rCnl Attention MOTHERS! I Really now, doesn't it aggravate you the way your boy goes through his ; X clothes? : : Haven't you often wished for the sort of garment which would withstand his ;'; customary abuse? ; : CAPTAIN KIDD Suits for boys were v :: planned with the "rough on clothes" in X mind. ::: " ::: w Besides, they are very stylish. Visit our store and let us show our full ;; line of these ideal suitsyou'll find just what you want for your boy and you will be pleased with the low prices, too. Have you seen the new "CURLEES?" They're in town at our store the dan diest lot of men's pants your eyes ever J gazed upon. " Drie PWce$.SO and $5 . OO Everywhere ' Garland Mercantile Co., Wm. Preston, Mgr. Q i