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H'' fll! GAK.L vND GL011B ' I
H J.A.Wtxtw, , TjHtor anil Mngr.
H Saturday, Feb'y ", '96
H I O. .S L TIME TABLE
M North Bound.
H Leaves Brigham.. .. 9:00 a.m.
H Co:!nne .9:30 a.m.
m Tremonton ..lotooa. m
H Garland ...,10:50 a. m
H Arrives at Malad. .... 12 45 p. m.
' South Bound.
H Leaves Mnlad 1:15 P-m-
H Gnrltnd , 3:20 P-m
H Tremonton . . .3:35P-in
M Corinnu ;2op. m.
H Arrives at Brigham . . 5 '00 !' m
1 Local Agent
H Garland...,..; Ulah'
H ! HI'
H LOCAL MAILS.
1 XAILC AIUMVK.
H From South "oo a. tn.
M MAILS CIOSIC
H Going South 3:5 Pm-
M STAR ROUTE.
H Mails arrive from Penrose and
m why at io;ooa. m. and leave (or
M GoIlinBton at 10:30,
M Mail returning horn Collins-
M ton and way arrive at 3:00 p. m.
H and leavi for Penrose and way
H nt 3:10 p.m.
H O, L, Wilcox,
M ITEMS OF INTEREST,
M Next Wednesday, Feb. 11,1m St. Val-
H fiittnc'ii dny.
H The Commercial Club meet at Judito Van-
H puwlcln'a ol!ke Keb. 12. ut H . m.
H NOTC-This Issue U mainly u write-up of the
flty and business men nnd contains but few news
M item but our next Issve will bo tilled wlUi newsy
happening's of our bustling- little city.
H' napicmber The Carlan.1 Commercial Club mcet-
1 An'W rslonei pre B.TJI" will be elvcn at
H jho Amusement Hall Waipliuiton'a JHrth.J:.y.
H Feb, 22nd, for llio benefit of thu Garland Sunday
H W, I- 0 rover ha sold hl homo (n North Cur-
B Jaml and will erect u flno frame structure on bU
V' jut pprwslte the school houiu',
H' M, A, Jlflotho Informed us yesterday Uiat tho
B coal aituttfpn is very cnvouraatixr. Ono cur cumo
HHBV. In Thursday find two more are MpocUvJ oon.
H Mr. niul Ml. Moduli Kvims returncil
Bj yesU'Hilny from n tlirt-o wi-tk's wJourn In
H tho Rtnte of California. From Salt Lake
R fJJlv tlicy wrrn mcomiiani'd by their
Mt iJmtglitcr. Miss Fsstu Kvuiin, who ban
K been In ittti'iiilnncu ni the State L'nlvcr-
H kity for some tlmu tupit,
H' Mrnid3Irs,?I, A, Hootlio, Ml. nml
Hj .Mml'. H.KilwanlH, nml Mr, and Mrs.
L Ilfbor Cutler all of thi city, attomled
K thu Mask Carnival at llrlham last Weil-
n Hi'sday evening.
HJ The mail service from this city
B to points south has recently been
H much improved. All south mail
Hl leaving here nt about 3:30 p.m.
H over the Malad Valley rail-
H road connects with the south
H 1 bound passenger at Urigham and
H letters mailed here reach Salt
H Lake the same day. All mail for
H Brighum goes in a separate pouch
B' and also is distributed at Brig-
K ' hum the same evening.
V Since writing )w llbovis wp wprc Inld
H 1 (hat Garland h to bavu a ilally train mr-
H I vlco direct from H L City In a few days.
H ' Good I
EValuntines of all
kinds and values.
NCan please every
body. TCall and see the
beautiful line on dis-
p Riter Bros'
SM - Drug CO.,
Ollicial Report of Engineer
Mr Wlicejon called nt tlil-f olllce one
day last wick and by Ills reintcst we
clip the following rcpoit from the Dcmt
Jan. 25 1000.
In rt'ponsp to mimi-ruiix Imjuires for
informntlot) regarding the ptobabli1 wa
ter Ktijiidv for irrigation during Hie iin
lug bcaso'u, the writer has Just complet
ed 0 tour of the water shed of the Wear
River uud its pilncipal tributaries in a
personal observation of the eondltinii ct
the t.now tall In thu upper reaches or the
Hear rlvur and in the higher altitudes
of the head waters of Thomas and
Smith's fork, thu two pilneipa1 trllm
tarles of Jiear river above the month of
Logan river. As these river-haw their
source In the great "Sublet ltimge," tin
top of wIiom' mountains towtr above
timber line, thev are adniirabh foimeii
to afford a boiinliful ami sieaily suppl
of water through thu inld-siiinmer
moiitliH. Tho fact that the-.e si reams en
ter Hear river at points well below all
the dams and lieail works belonging to
the irrigators in the vicinity of Kniidolpb
and Woodruff pints, and nil works above
Cokevllle, renders nearly all of their
waters available for use by I he iirLtn
tioii works located between Hear lake
and the mouth of Hear river,
Tho last three or four years have been
verv iinforniiate In the deposit of snow
hi I'heso hllh.. and the liuhl lull has heen
seriouly felt by irrigation entei prices
along the river in (Jentlle, Cache and
Hear ltlver valleys. These conditions
now seem to have changed, nml the pros
pect at the present iliuo for ploiitj of
water for next season is all that could be
Thu mall route from Montpoller to
Star valley passes over these mountain
through n low pais not far north of the
headwaters of Thomas Fork. 'I hN road
has not been traveled by the public since
tho first of December last, e.ecpt by
mail carriers until .lau. IH, when I
chanced to be one of the llrst passengers
that hud been enrred since the hlorndc,
Thu snow is very deep and has been fol
lowed by strong winds which haw help
ed to lmek it Into thu L'tilchcs. Wt'liud
that thu earth was so dry when winter
set in that it could not Irce.e, the con
sequence of which is that when the
snows inejt in thu spring Instead of run
ning oil' thu frozen ground and precipi
tating excessive Hoods, the grounds will
receive an abundant supply of this
nioUturu, willed will rnlsu the subterres
trial water plnnu and replenish the
springs upon which wu must rely for
late summer water.
In prospecting the Smith Fork, we In.
tended to go as far as the htoner saw
mill, some 30 miles up the. stream from
Cokuvllle, With four good burses on a
light sleigh, wu weroahlu to gut within
about 10 miles of tho mill, when we
learned from a man wo met, who was
riding one horso nml leading another,
that tho teamsters at thu mill had nban
doiicd logging 011 account of tho new
bloekmlc, and had decided to break a
rond out of thu hills ami reach their
This seems liku a fairy talc when we
consider that thu last winter mill also I
two years ago, there was not enough
snow to facilitate thu logging at these
Taking It altogether, I would say that
If I were farming cither under thu Ham
nionil company's canals on the east side
of Hear river, or under the west side
canal system, I should not hesitate to
prepare tiu ground and plant to any
crop I desired, with every eontldence
that so far as nature has douu bur work
there wll be water lor all.
We are pleased to present to
day to the people of Garland and
the Bear River valley, No.i, Vol.
1, of The Garland Globe, the
first newspaper printed and pub.
lished in Garland the business
center of the Great Bear River
valley. We have come to make
this our home; to publish a paper,
not to suit everybody for this
no man can do but will publish
it in the interests of this city and
the Bear River valley and feel
confident that a large majority of
the people will receive it into
thuir homes as their family paper,
from year to year.be pleased with
it and hail its coming. We hope,
through the colums ot the Globe,
to be instrumental in forwarding
thegtowthand building up this
great common wealth.
The Globe shall be indepen.
dent in politics and religion.
It shall give the news and aim
to secure correspondence from
all portions of the county. Home
industry is our theme; progress
In conclusion, we solicit the
patronage of the people of Car
land and the county assuring
them that our efforts will be to
encotiaage equity, trinh and right.
In connection with the Globe
we have a complete job plant and
can supply your wants in plain
and fancy printing. We guar
antee satisfaction in price and
(Continued form 1st page)
At the west end of Factory street, near
the depot, is the enterprising tlrm of
Jensen Hros., lumber, furniture and
hardware dealers. They occupy 11 new
building of their own U7.G0 feel nnd arc
successors to Ilyruin Jensen, who has
been hero for hiiiuu timo and also is in
hminrfs nt Colllnston. Hu Ij ako a
member of thu new firm four brothers
constituting thu company. Tho business
hero Is under tho direction of Joseph and
James, while llyruia and 1'eter crc
heavily Interested stock holders.
! They have n good supply of lumber,
furniture and hardware and their store
presents an attractive appearance both
ultlilu and without, Their large yard
is tilled with lumber and the building
well stocked witli furniture and hard
ware. Till! OAKLAND CI.OTlllNCI IIOltHli
The Porter Hloek on North Main St., Is
occupied by three successful enterprises
and each enjoys a good share of patronage
We will mention them in their respective
order beginning with the Clothing House.
JI.O. Hansen U the manager and came
to thli city about eight months ngo from
Ogdcn. Ills store is roomy and is filled
with clothing, and gent's furnishings,
Mr. Hansen is also agent for I,, I). S
garments. Ills courteous treat
ment accorded his customers, gives
him to the title of Tile Popular Clothing
.Mr. J.W. Lewis, the leading jeweler
and practical wntcb-inaker, has an olllce
in Hiimi! building. Hu U from Plain city
and has made his home here for the past
four months. You will find him at the
sign of the "Itlg Clock." when In need
of Jewelcry, watches, clocks.cte.and re
pairing. In the same block Mrs.A.Murle, succ
essor to Porter and Vanflect.kccpi an ex
cellent lluu of Millinery and Ladles' fur
nishings, (Viler City , Ut was her former
home and since coming here has cstablis-
had a business that has crowned her ef
forts with success. The stock consists of
dress goods, millinery, ladies' furnishings
(IA1II.A.N1I AMt!St:.Mt:ST II AM,
Garland boasts of an Amusement Hall
that is centrally located and Is large
eniiogh to accommodate quite 11 good sized
audience. It Is used for theatrical per
formances, concerts, public- gatherings,
dancing nnd other public purposes. The
stage Is commodious and well fitted out.
F.leetriu connections furnish good lights
nml stage service. Hat ami ctoaK rooms
on each side of the main entrance is a fea
ture worthy of note. Thu hall is
also used for religious gatherings
and under these condition Hlshop W.L.
drover Is sustained as General .Manager
of the hall. Thu Kirk'hani Orchestra fur
ui u s good music nt the dances and con
ecus and is under the leadership of Prof.
Joseph Klrkhuiu. Tho hall committee
have distillled 11 beautiful piano Tor nil
social and other purposes.
Our local denl 1st, C it Snowden, has
mi olllce just west of the Clayton Hotel,
and is prcpniicd to do up-to-date dental
work ami extract teeth without pain.
The Clayton Hotel Is situated In the
western portion of town and S. M , ('lay ton
Is tho Genial proprietor, Formcry Mr
Clapton was engaged (u tho same business
with Mr, Henry and conducted a business
in the firm name of Clayton A: Henry.
Oct last this new hotel was finished and
Mr. Clayton moved in and is tho sole
owner. It is an up-to-date and strictly
flist class house, Mr Clayton came here
from Salt Luke City nnd was formerly a
contractor nnd builder. Sum's has
crowned bis efforts in this new venture.
Tin: hank or iiaiii.anh
The Hank of Garland in the Itlter Hros,'
Hlock, is doing a general banking business
that gives entile satisfaction to the citi
zens of Garland generally, It is a state
hank incorporated undcrtlie law, of Utah
and draws exchange on all the leading
banks of thu U S and F.urope, V YV Itlt
er is president nnd Thus It Cutler, vlco
president uud Orson P lluiuel the genial
cashier, -Mr lll'er Is aUo thu president
of tliu Pescrct Savings Hank at Salt Luke.
The local dlicctors are Mosiah Kvans,
V it Yanflcct, and V 1) Lewis, Thu
Savings Department s a great benefit,
especially to those who desire collateral
If you have a savings account you save
paying onc-luilf the interest on sums you
borrow. All children should bo eucour
aged to tako adwtutagu of this savings
Our local tradesmen aro G S Mowry,
painter and paper-hangcrand J H McN'cff
thu carpenter. Hotli of these men are
also employed at the Utah Sugar Co,
During the quiet season their tlmu U tak
en up with various Jobs about thu city
and arc both experienced men.
W It llOOTIIK & SONS
In a cement block, !J0 x 75 ft, corner
Main and Factory Streets, will bu found
thu largu general merchandise firm of
W H Hoothu & Sons, thu most popular
store in Hox ICIder County. Their build.
Ing was completed October last when
they opened up for business. It la the
larget store In tills city nnd a noted feat
tire of thu building Is a cemented water
proof basement under thu entire block.
Tho large stock carried by them U cow-
plete In ovcry detail nnd systematically
arranged mi as to present a very attract
ive appearance. They employ six hand
and all aru usually kept busy. M A
Hoothu Is the manager and has had con
siderable experience In the mercantile
business. W II Hoothc.Sr., II F Hoodie
nnd M A Hootlio form thu company nnd
arc all highly respected testdentsof this
county. Thu firm contemplates erecting
iiiiotlier large room joining this one on
the cast early In the spring to miiko room
for their emniense stock. The Independ
ent Telephone Company has distillled a
toll station in the building ami it affords
exellent accommodation to the public
The Henry House
The Henry Rooming House Is situated
opposite the Porter House and furnishes
good accommodations, Mr. Geo, Henry
Don't forget that Garland I sts of a
large Athletic Park witli its flue base
ball and baket-ball grounds; also that she
has an exellent Ilrass Hand and ball team
that holds the champion-ship cup of
Hox Klder County.
C. V. Knudson, Preston Hros. of
Weston, Ida., and others, have formed
a company and will Incopornte In a few
days. .Mr.' KnmUon called at this olllce
a few days ago and informed us that
they would erect a brick structure early
In the spilng on the l()-acre tract nt the
rear of Hoodie's store which the com
pany recently purchased.
Fred Folger, the grocer, of Ogdcn,
purchased from O. L. Wilcox one day
lust week a piece of land 011 Main street
15x112 feet ami it Instated 011 authority
that he will erect u building on It in the
spring and go Into the grocery business.
The Consolidated Wagon nnd Machine
Company, who recently located heie,
have their building finished and will he
open soon for business. We were unable
to obtain any information this week, but
will note their moves later on. The build
ing h a good-sl.cd brick and is one
block south of tills olllce.
Tilt: ni:w KLOflt mills
Krdnmuii ami Jensoii, successful busi
ness men of Ilrighiiiii City, have began
the erection of a largu flour mill near
the depot, thu foundation being complet
ed and the contracts plnced for its erec
tion at a very early date. Mr Jenson
l the city attorney at Hilghain, and .Mr
Krdinniin has successfully managed the
butcher business In that city for a num
ber of years. We welcome thu new
Mill company and wish them every suc
cess feeling that they fill a long fell
Another prospective liistution coming
Is the Snulclmker Co. and wo were In
form.'d that they Intend to erect a build- :
lug of considerable sl.e on one of the
numerous pieces of properly they own
Is the Starch Factory a go: Who can
In our write-up of this city we have
endeavored not to overlook a single busi
ness or professional man and If wu have
fulled to mention any firm or person
engaged in business in this city we will
be more than pleaed to rectify it In our
W'lion prlnir oiwm (It U wntly limtoil) Cnrland
Is to havo n nurivW of nuw enterprises. Some
K(aJ-nlr.(sI liullillnirH lire nokcn nf and will lie
vreclKl on tliu prominent corners and liuliic
Kites of tlio city.
Rn far the pcoploof Fielding linvc enjoyed the
hi'st winter for n fnrmlnu community thnt w
huve had for yearn, and the furmeru are feelinir
Julillcnt over thu prospects of another year! en
pcclally thone who have "dry farms" and there Is
considerable arid land successfully farmed In
The irood people of tho ward and visitors from
surroundlnir towns enjoyed nn evcnlnif spent In
ilunclns lat Wednesday nlitlit-oluhly couples lie
Inir present. A first class orchestra of five pieces
from Ilolbrook, Idaho, was In attendance. All
present had an enjoyable time until the short
hours of mornlnit.
A crowd of you ok people spent n pleasent even
Inn at Pros, Welllnir'a home as ituests of his sister
Mlsi Hose darns one of FieMlnir'a most popular
younff ladle Is kpcndlnir a few day's at Iitun
A number of Ficidlnir boys who have been at
londlni: acliool at I.onun were seen In town last
Claude Orovcr who has been home a day or so
returned to hlu studios lust Sunday evcnlnir.
Thcru Is but little sickness except amonir tho
Infanta. Kverbody Is busy either feuding; stock
or fertlllilnit their farm for another crop.
Mrs, Estclla (1 rover nnd her sister Ella who has
,een visiting with her the fust weok, aro vliltlnir
a few duys with friends at Iun.
C.W.Kuudson, accompanied by
Architect A. Funk, both of Brig
ham, were in this city one day
lust week looking over the ground
recently purchaseh by Mr. Knud
son and planning developments
for the near future.
Every fine looking farm not only
adds to its own value, but also
add to the value of all farms in the
A farm journal says that an inch
of rain tall means approximately
112 tons of water to each acre of
land, bounds large to us.
Genuine bar- I
arar&rCALL ON US I
Onr line of Shoes, Men's Underware, Hosiery, Hats, Dress
Goods and Trimmidgs, Outings, China-ware, Dishes, Etc.
A full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries also on hand. H
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. I
GROVER, ROSE & CO. I
Bank of Garland I
Gov. John C. Cutler. W. W. M
WW Itlter, president, Itlter, Thomiis It Cutler, Ceo.
,. , , . I Homney, Mosiah Kvans, F ( '
ThoniHs It Cutler, vlee.prest, t odell. Win I) Lewis, W It M
Oroii I' lluiuel. cashier. ,'' g V-.nllcet and Horace O Wl.lt-,
Tranracts general banking business. E.sxhange drawn on the I
principal cities of the Unittid States and Europe. I
Open4 a savings account with us in your youth nnd provide for I
old age. I
Safety deposit boxes for rent. I
Jhe fiarland (lub, I
Eph Coombs, Manager. I
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars I
Billiard and Pool Room in Connection. I
Garland Utah, I
Hardware and Furniture ,
We carry a complete line of Stoves, Ranges,
Heatdrs, Shelf Hardware, Wall Paper, Lino,
leum; Also an up-to-date line ot Furniture
and house-hold furnishings.
Our line of Baby Carriages and Go-carts is
Call and examine our stock before you buy
JENSEN BROS.' COMPANY,
(Successor!) to Hyrum Jensen)
Garland . Vinh.
E B MATHIAS A)AN PARRY ;
Fresh and Cured Meats and Green Groceries.
Fish and Game in Season. j