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H The Garland Globe.
H Saturday, December 11th. M E. V. Schneider wm in Ogden H on business Momlny. B J. ('. Wheelon made a flying B trip to Pi vans Tuesday. M Mrs. Amy dross was a Salt M Lake visitor Thursday. H Mrs. Nntcllii .It'iiscn returned B to her home in Brigham Tuet- M Dr. Whitlock of Tremonton, B wait in town on business last H Saturday. M O. Li Winters returned Mon- H day from a visit with his family H Opfden. H Mrs. A. H. Manasa made n H Hying trip to Tremonton last m Saturday. H FOB SALE-Farm and City 1 property. See F. I). Welling, H (Hrland, Utah. aS8tf B l'. F. Boothe, as usual, went H to Brighun last Sunday to visit m with his family. m A. I '. Manasa was a passenger M to :' irii Tuesday via the M "alkali limited." m Miss Lillis Anderson and Miss b Hilda Nelson were Brigham m visitors Sunday. H Geo. W. Miller and daughter H day spent hist Saturday in 1 Brigham with relatives. M .1. P. Iiillywhite of Brigham M came out on Sunday night's 1 train to visit relatives. H Levi Wise, Lafayette G rover S and Harry Bailey were in Brig H ham on business Thursday. m Leslie 0 rover and Bernard H Unrie left fbr Salt Lake Sunday H where they will spend the winter. Pj Tom Nogiina, formerly pro- H prletor of the (larland Cafe, 1 Spent a few days in town this j H week. H For Sale ('heap 10-aere farm, H good house and l-aere lot. H Apply to Levi Wise, Garland,! Utah. dll-tf H Mrs. Ifaggie Wizom and son H Douglas made a Hying trip to H Brigham Thursday to visit H relative.-. H If you are looking for Xmas H presents, he sure and see our H excellent line before buying, fl Biter Bros. Drug Co. 2t H H. E. Bingham of the Thomas H & Bingham meat market, was H transacting business in Ogden H last Saturday. H Supt. T. H. Edwards left H Wednesday to visit, Salt Lake, B Sugar City, and Iduho Falls, B Idaho. He will return to-day. H Friday evening, Dec. .'11, it B the date of the grund MuHquer- H ade Ball to be given at the H Academy, Brigham. 1 prizes - Don't fail to attend. 2t H C. W. K jiiidsmi returned to B his home in Brigham last Sat - H urday. He was here in the in- B terest of the Garland Mercantile H T. F. Coombs of Fielding I M passed through Garland Thnrs- B day euroute to the county seat B on matters connected with the m Board of Education. H W. L. Grover & Sons receiv- WM ed three cars of coal Wednesday M and rigs of all descriptions were H lined up from Main street to the M depot. Unloading the ears be- gan at 1 :.'t0 p. m. and at 8 p. m. H not a pound of coal was left, B That's going some. m The greatest danger from M influenza is of its resulting in B pneumonia. This can be obvi- m ated by useing Chamberlain's fl Cough Remedy,, as is not only B .-tires influenza, but counteracts fl any tendency of the disease to- H wards pneumonia . Bold by All Wa Dealers. Geo. May of Calls Fort was in town sight-seeing and trans acting business Thursday. .1. Q, Leavitt and Thos. Wise were passengers to Salt Lake Wednesday. It is reported that they will take a trip to Mexico before returning. Before selecting your dolls and toys, call and see our ex cellent line. The largest ever placed in Garland, Biter Bros, Drug Co. 21 J. T. Laid and family moved Into the residence recently va cated by Supt. T. H. Edwards and family and David Dorton, wife and children moved into the Lant residence yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. .1. 0. WTheelon announce the engagement of their daughter Sarah F. Fowler, to Mr. David I. Squires of Salt ' Lake. The marriage will take i place the latter part of Peburary 1910. Some of our "good neighbors" have been roaring because the Globe moter has Interfered with 'their lights (being on the same line.) Wednesday Electrician II. Fowler put us on an indi- vidual line and now if our neigh bors' lights are dim, they can't 'cuss the Globe man for the trouble, for he's on a different circuit. Hip hurrah! ii;,;, ;,';,;, i,it;,t.. ; , , ., i,,, ',..,, .. f. tfi W. E Getz. Tremonton, Utah. Eyes j Glasses Tested , i Fitted David P. Squires of Salt Lake was the guest of Miss Sarah Fowler Tuesday evening, Mosiah Evans and .John T. Laid spent Wednesday at the I Garland Duck Club peppering It to the feathery tribe. At the Club Saloon Tuesday evening, a fine silver Sugar bowl and a dozen spoons belong ing to Owen Barber were rallied off. Thos. Hendrie was the winner with No. 'M. If you are suffering from biliousness, constipation, in digestion, chronic headache, in vest one cent in a postal card, send to Chamberlain Medicine! Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with 1 your name and address plainly on the back, and they will for ward you a free Sample of Chamberlain's stomach ami Liver Tablets. Sold by All Dealers. Grandest Masquerade ever given in Box Elder County New Year's Eve Friday Dec. 31, AT THE kGADEMY Brigham, City. 4 cash prizes will be awarded i to the best characters. Christensen's Big Orchestra. CHRISTMAS ijrofilllk '' rapidb approaching, and we .! Jl'SSPIk '""u '"" u'v'' '" '""v cuter into tfc wT'rtM ,nr sP'''d ,,t' d ""d Hie pleasure of ryr"! I gift-making. This Is why we want ),-i ' Wi you to look through our stock of V ' s'V'i. Christmas goods rifht away; and RKavu" . 4&V wc can truthfully say that nevei Ct'" ttk&A before has our stock been so large, v' "x&V fcf ''" Vttr''d or mi desirable. - v&&M rjibt Bros. Druu Go. Logan &(hirland, Ctah, Franklin, Preston ft Montpelier, Ida. GO TO THE Henrie Millinery Co. FOR Ladies' and Children's FURNISHINGS SUCH AS Hats, Coats, Suits, Skirts, Hosiery, Underwear, eto. A Beautiful Line of Ladies' waists just in. Big Sale on Underwear & Hosiery Next Week. Everything Up-to-Date. Opposite Postoffice, Garland, Utah. LThe Tremont STwh-.i.-.-;.!.-.-....! hviadl i H J)c;dci in ff Liquor House winks, ugronsU A . Z . ., ll nudi'lHAKS. (i. A. Woodward, Prop. ii j SELLING AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES. 1 barrel of bottled Beer $10.")0 On return of bottles JJtf.Ut) rebate 1 ease of Beer $.1.50 On retuin of ea.so $1 .00 rebute And Everything Else in Proportion. This includes Beeker's Best and Plater1! Salt 1 ake Bear. We alno handle PABST and BLUE RIBBON Bear. PLCASC CALL AND SEC US .jfa!j3l.si.ff3I.Q.pl mi lcnilBnwifaN.ria'tnfflai I NOTICE! 1 i 0J We have a few Men's Sweater Coats & I Ik reduced from $3.50 to $3.00 and $3.25 1 W to $2.85. Very Seasonable Articles. M 18 pairs of Men's No. 6 A R T I C S at f I 4 $1.25 per pair until closed out. 1 ' II 8 Suits of Men's Clothing w - tur I A ' 6 Suits of Boy's Clothing , Half C ; 5 Suits of Children's Clothing ' Price M m guy -3 All the good things for Xmas fe; S On Hand all the Time W Give us a chance to quote you prices. 'Sf, W. L. GROVER & SONS. aWHERE THE TEAMS STOP ill1 - - .SBMSBEBSmm 1 H 1 f r- $ , his sleigh H !HSd ,M gltcmk' SB I A tag H--xri- Mm alUKt m We are fuliy prepared to supply the H ft wants of "Sanla ClailS"atour 1' Big New Furniture and Hardware Store I J g Call and The the Goods I Big Holiday Line. I JENSEN BROS., oarldah II BIG DISCOUNT SALE! I i For one week only, Com- 1 I I mencing MONDAY, DEC- K EMBER 6th , I I All our Children's and i l Misses1 Bear Skin Coats i ' I at 25 per cent Discount. 1 Now is your chance to get bargains. I, $2.50 Coats at $1.90 $3.00 Coats at $2.26 $3.50 Coats at $2.65 $4.50 Coats at $3.40 $7.00 Coats at $6.25 Call and See Them I 1 at the I " I Garland Mercantile Co., ctj Wm. Preston, Mgr. tj?