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H 18 THE GARLAND GLOBE BOOSTER EDITION. .
B Utah product, not one player I ruin
I. any other Kate part irip:it in,-.' Stayn
er, pltehe. has lit n llir mainstay ot
LV tile team tit the field of play. His
fl twirling has been mparalled in this
H section, anil at all tinn s he tins prov
JB el a pnie to opponent!, Chel
H Orson, a heady catcher mid genera!
K all n mid hall fiend, has a splendid
M hutting and fielding rce id to his
H credit, while the Dewey I (others
H field giants hae also done son e
H magnificent hitting, Qeorge Cleaion,
gjgg the Sim (iid liasenian. Is real leal IP
H tlmiier.lioth with the willow and whin
H atthehase. Joe Wallis. Car'ands lirsi
acker, is the hitter who has lire ught
Hi- (iarlandltcs CUt Of some tight
holei against Logan and wniani.
In sides playing a ei nsistent game
hrcughotlt the season. Iloh Bowcutt.
rlj lit field, has proved quit a utility
man r excellent caliber, while Rosa
Kvam has aaaiatod his team greatly
I i leveral p sltl ns. I Ut has hest
si rvi I hit frienda aa a pitcher, having
been in plendld lonn with the sj here
i n in r" than one occaaion,
Oarland'i rec rd is tha bait in the
northern ralleyi of Utah and has
CI me i ut clean in every way.
I The Town
H The Commercial Center of the
Bear River Valley
j Town of Garland Is the financial center of the Bear River Valley.
j Town of Garland possesses a population cf close to 1.030 I ve. active
H citizens, ..II aiming at the advancement of the town.
H Town of Garland has one of the largest western Beet Sugar Factories
H which is located at Garland.
H Town of Garland is the great shipping point in the Bear River Valley.!
H Town of Garland is the mest impotant trading center of the Valley.
W In the Town of Garland there is a large Flour mill.
H In the Town of Garland the public school building cost nearly $40,000.
W The Town of Garland is to have a Carnegie Library to cost $8,000, which
H will soon be erected.
H Town cf Garland has the finest hotel accommodations In the Bear
H River Valley.
B Within a short time the Town of Garland will have a large Auditorium
E and Theatre.
9 Town cf Garland has a new Tabernacle, almost completed, to cost j
H $50. 0C0.no
H Town of Garland has a newspaper publshed there.
H The Crpgon S.iort Line railroad runs through Garland.
H Town cf Garland has nearly twen y up-to-date business houses.
W Town of Garland is one of roses and beautiful flowers. Here there
M f are many modern homes and the town possesses miles of cement s dewalk.
B Town of Garland is the place you can get aiything, and your home is
H here if ycu are seeking a location.
H THE TOWN OF GARLAND
H Ih sl.ua.eu atOUt twenty miles
H wi Nt and north of Brigham City, the
H county Heat of Bos Klder county, the
H gi cutest fruit county in I'tah.
g (iarland Ih located in the center ot
H a rich, fertile agricultural district
E and its luture ih an assure.: mc, ue
H the pn greKH of every Hectlon of laud
H within a larga radiuH of the town it-
H self shows indications of great
H InduHtrially, this town Ih head ami
H sin aiders ahove everything else in
H the valley. One ', leusand people will
M shortly be the figure of Garlands
H Politically, the town has been. lie
H puhlican Put there tire changes oc-
H curring that will i. ml to cause the
H future situath n to I ifl doubtful.
H The town la a sugar town and each
H day thn ut In nt the vear large ship
H inentB cf the In et product are hauled:
H to the local depot for shipment to
I the eastern market and ot nsiimption
by a people who imagine the beet Is
pi muled into sweetening ty Colt"!
.4.". automatic pistols instead ol mod j
em. first-class machinery provided)
with every known, up-to-date safety
device, operated by men equally as
skilled as are the mechanics In naval
yards where dreadnaughts are turned
ut. The local factory employ!
hundreds of men, each taking some
part in the process of refining sugar
fcr the savages of New York and
other eastern states, where today
the piHti l, formerly the chief char
acterlstic of the West has become
the leading factor ! How cry argu
ments And in Qarland are find a town ai
so'.utely free from crime ho far as
the oltUeni are concerned and rath
er we see all around a Hpirit of com
merciul activity. thrift. enterprisi
and c hi ii. ual advaiicenu ut.
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W. L. GROVER,
Mayor of Garland.
this wide-awake financial and com
mercial center of the Hear River
valley, and here we find all kinds of
concerns operating of which the fol
lowing are prominent:
Rlter Bros, Drug company (two
W. L. (Jrover and Sons, groceries.
Jos. .lensen and Bros., furniture.
Schneider and Wilson, Black
smiths and garage.
Studebaker Bros, company, vehicles
Sidney Stevenp Implement com
pany. Consolidated Wagon and Machin
The Manausa company.
(Iarland Harness company.
(iarland .Milling company.
Garland Meat Market (Fred Man
R. II. Francis, confectioner).
Howell Broa. company, OCaJ and
Johnson's Shoe store.
Coombs and Person company,
Bootlie Mercantile and Produce
company, (department store.)
Kleorig's florist hothouses.
(!. S. Mowry. paints, oils and wall
Honcettes I lairdrcHHing and Man
Petteraon Bros. Livestock com
pany. (olden Rule store, clothing furn
Henrie Millinery company.
J. W. Lewis, jewelry, diamonds
Kph Coombs, pool and billiards,
Tlie Manausa Pool hall.
Garland Livery company.
Jensen Broa, Lumber company.
Seeinore Theatre, (Baxter and
(Iarland boasts of a Well-kept city
park and athletic grounds, the pride
Of its sport-loving public.
The cottage homes or Garland ar'
letter than the similar type house.
In Salt Lake City or Ogden for ine
reason that each CJarland cottage not
i uly has its hot and cold water
equipment, electric lights, hath
rooma, etc., but also are provided
with cement side walks and each
fottag. has its own orchard of ap-
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ile. cheiiv, plum and pear trees.
These cottages are located on lots
sufficient in sle for the occupant!
to raise enough vegetables for fam
There are no saloc ns in Qarland!
It is absolutely prohibition and Gar
land is one ol the very few dry"
Here we have scholastic. library
and other facilities. 'I he new
school building is a credit to any
community five times the size ol
Qarland, Andrew Carnegie, the new
Scotch lord to be, has d nated I8.(H (I
toward a magnificent public library
building. A new 80.000.00 church
lias just been completed. And other
bti'ldini s are now lieinn CI iitetuplat
ad and tentative plans prepared,
Nearly half a mlllli n dollars a
vear Ohangea hands at (Iarland' And
Qarland not yet a town of 1,000 pop
ulation! Think of it you who MO!
What can YOU do? If you want to
farm come to Garland and y u will
I" shown land upon which you can '
raise an abundance of alTalfa. hay, 8Pt
barlejT, oats or other cereals, sugar
beets, fruit trees, berries of anv and
all kinds; or in lad anything good
eafl be raised in this district and
only those who are not diligent fail
to come out ahead.
(Iarland is growing rich, although .i.
the town is jronng, Garland will and jj
must grow richer and if vou are am- m
bith us anxious to succeed, come ,
and make your home here and pros- q,
per with the town. y
Qarland enjoys a "limate that can- V
not be surpassed. The social conai- c
lions here are such that anv i erson s
of average education and refinement
will find sufficient entertainment and I
Yt ur home is at Garland If you are
seeking a place to call h me. A
small Investment here means a sure '
and safe return plus contentment
and happiness If you live at Carland.
in summer a city of roses.
Facts of Interest about I
the Town of Garland B
By Joseph Jensen.
Garland, while quite a manufactur
ing and business center in the Bear
River valley, is also one of the most
ideal home towns in the West. With
l all the modern conveniences such
us electric lights, water system, two
sewer systems and the religious and
social conditions existing, one can
not but admit this to be true.
The streets are graded and n
cither side you will see a beautiful
row of shade trees, which from ear
ly spring until late autumn give it
the appearance of one large park.
The side walks are paved In all
directions from the center of the
city and the home surroundings are
beautifully laid out with lawns,
shrubbery and flower beds, and as
a rule the walks around the homes
are paved, making It both pleasant
The "Ladles' Self Culture club,
ti social organization is doing a great
deal to encourage the beautifying of
and keeping in a sanitary condition
the homes; every year prizes are of
fered for the best kept home sur
roundings and while they are advo
eating these things in precept, the
members practice what they preach
and this puts an impetus to the keep
ing of the homes in modern fashion
which makes it both beautiful and
Thr ugh the Influence of the wide
awake citizens of (iarland they have
1 succeeded in vetting the school
beard to erect one of the largest
school houses in the county. A
lafge twelve-room building, equipped
, with all conveniences and heated
throughout with steam, was erected
!a year ago at a cost of 185,000.00.
Tills commodious building is so
constructed, that additions can be
made without altering the present
building And we are looking for a
high school to be established lien
in the very near future.
Garland Ih also the tenter of what
Is known as the Hear River stake
I which means that all the surrounding
wards, consisting of eleven separate
crganiath ns, will meet here at least
once a month to consider matters of
importance to them.
Besides the local buildings owned
by the Garden ward for church pur
peses, this stake has now in course
of construction a very commodious
building, ( nssiting of nine separate
class rooms and an auditorium that
win accommodate in the neighbor
hood of fourteen himdrt d people, in
fact it Is one of the largest build
lugs In the state north of Salt Lake
City. In another six weeks this
building will be in readiness for the
seats to be Installed.
The social condlth ns are well
taken care of, a large social hall is
owned by the ward. In which theaters
and dances are carried on nearly
every evening in the week except
The city owns its own park near
the center of the city which is set
OUt with beautiful shade trees on
either side and in the center of these
grounds a splendid baseball diamond
is kept in first-class style, and be
cause of the encouragement given
! this national game, Garland has for
years maintained one of the best
amateur teams in the state. The
boys have played from Pocatello,
Idaho on the north to Lehi, Utah on
Believing that a certain amount of
religious training, together with the
hest possible school education, and
that mingled with the necessary
iimusements to make life pleasant. Is
all that is necessary to make life
happy, and thereby Inculcate into the
hearts of the people the necessity of
being the hest of citizens we say
(iarland Is your home.
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A good 1( (nidation having been laid
for a greater Garland the structure
will no doubt grow faster in the next
ten years than it has in the past ten
years as all these social conditions
are now firmly established thereby
making life most agreeable.
In making this a QRBATBR GAR
LAND we invite all good citizens to
participate, who are looking for a
Peasant home town.
The Fire Department
in the summer of 1911, under the
n Ign of j. c. wiieeion, an efTort was
begun to arouse an interest in the
fire protection 0f Qarland. The town
board bought a double tank chemical
engine ooatlng about $400.00. Noth
ing was done with the machine what
eve, but to ) ut it iway.
In July 1918 the town board, under
the leadership of W. L. Qrover ap
pointed .lames Jensen and Joseph
Lewis to see about organizing a
volunteer fire department. They
succeeded to some extent In getting
together several of the boyi and ap
pointed Bert Mortenson, chief; - ).
Baird, assistant chief; . h. Francis,
secretary. The boys got the chem
ical engine in shape so they could
use it and did so to good advantage
at several HreB, viz the Manausa
building and on the Vanfleet buildings.
I YOUR HOME IS HERE
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