|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
CITY FOR and VICINITY C. M. Groves went to Ogden on business last Saturday. DesyraoDDg WE HAVE ANOTHER CAR . ThiC jyfTS RvSiKS I. Loaded HOTSE FURNISHINGS QUALITY Mrs. Amos Iverson of Bear Kiver City, was shopping in town, Tuesday. ! Miller of Penrose was a busi in town Monday. visitor ness of- - ".' was in Guy N. Bose of Deweyville town Monday, on business. SHOWING SPECIAL Mrs. Jess Dewey of Dewey ville was trading in town Tuesday. Misa Audrey Murphy of Corinne was visiting in town, Sunday.. V Wm. SUITS, COATS, CAPES and DOLMANS 1 Vera Rhodes, field manager for the " Sugar Co., was in town Monday. H was a Gilbert ST Haws of Malad, visitor in Tremonton, Tuesday. with Clyde Bosa is very ill ' monia. pneu . , Lund of Garland, fell .from a and was badly bruised. Me Merrill at the hospital. . f. S. W. building, ' is DUE HERE ANY DAY RUGS returned Tuesday Bosley where he has from Corinne, morning been spending a few days. William at the home of ARE CHEAPER Mrs. Loren Preston of Garland will be operated on at the Merrill hospital "BEAUTIFUL HOME FURNISHINGS" (Thursday) today. tremonton, utah SHAW & IVERSON, DR. Auto Repair Service t Thiit is wliat you get when you come here with YOUR AUTOMOBILE TROUBLES We make repairs and adjustments of all kinds- - AS THEY SHOULD BE MADE J: , $ Silvertown Cord Tires have no superiors. They are made for. THEY GIVE IT. We sell them with guarantee long wear--AN- I 5 & OILS, GASOLINE, and SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS $ a SILVERTOWN CORD TIRES TRY TREMONTON - - - J. Jr W. CHAMBERS, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Auto Bell Conveyance Phone 9 Blk. Utah Garland. Palace Barber Shop Harry Darton, Prop. A place to jjtt a. Clean Shave or a ... Stylish Hair-cucourteous Attention to Our Customer? t. Shuman Garage km UTAH '.. YOUR PATRONAGE INVITED Read The Leader for the news. Mrs. s Felix Zesiger went to Ogde: Wednesday, she will go to Salt Lake before she returns. r : 31rs. Lewis Johnsen and Mrs. Cora Anderson were shopping in town Wed . nesday morning. Ward Barrett of Liberty, Utah, has. v.o.n sAveral davs with- - his Jiova brother, Thomas Barrett and family Coming, Monday and Tuesday, April 7th and 8th, Theda Bara,i in "Cleo adv ntra." at the American. - Oats and barley cleaned from seed Wheat, Garland Milling Co. Garland adv. rtii ' A new shipment just received, brought in a large election of the smartest models to be shown this season; there' is such a variety of different; modes in the most popular cloths, you will enjoy selecting from them. The, Henry Davis received word from Malad, Monday, that his nephew, Yerl Davis had died from influenza. NOTE DISPLAY IN WINDOW The baby of Mr. and is Mrs. Ed. Newton, very sick with " ' : pneumonia. ; U JUrrTTMfW1 Clara and Polly Green are both very sick with bronchitis, at their homes in .' Elwood.. Iuza Garfield and Mrs.. Azer Svans, nnera C v vi. via -frnm t.hflir (JV Titeusv as to take a ride each day. IllttV ' A Stirring Drama of .V Mount- Tem Mix in "Ace High," a great Police, Monday and Tuesday at the riictiire of the' Northwest Mounted adv. Ampricsn. Frisbv " motored to Brigham Wednesday with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hill of East Tre-Mv. aniilpii Mrs. Christensen of Evans has been in town with her son Albert Christensen, she returned Wednesday and took her little grandson with her. THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST i PLAYS EVER J. K. Haws returned Sunday, from a business trip to Provo and Spring ville, he reports everything closed at Springville, on acount of the influenza. C. M. Groves has sold his pool hall fixtures to Jim Coyle, and leased the building toMr. Coil for :a number of years. .... The All red Rubber Co., are installing a large air tank, and expect to have free service on the street, within a few ' days. " your LIBERTY BONDS, get something tangable for them. We take them, in any quantity at full " market value. FOR SEVERAL MONTHS PAST: WE HAVE LEI ALL UTAH IN THE PRICE OF COAL OIL PRICE 19c per Gallon, in any Quantity BARBED WIRE IN ANY QUANTITY: ALSO AMERICAN WOVEN; WIRE FENCE : Do that building NOW that you have put off for the past two years.; That's the suggestion that comes from ; Washington, D. C. When you are in the market for Building Material: You will please remember that we are not only leaders in QUALITY, and price', but we SERVE witff that personal service that really serves. 'EVERYTHING TO BUiId ANYTHING" CALK NO. 11 ; FOSC .WOpndlay iuiestay AT THE WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY : The Madonna of the Screen, ALICE JOYCE A Wondrous Melody of Motherhood ' ; in ' "THE SONG OF THE SOUL" A REFRAIN YOJJ WILL NEVER FORGET at the AMERICAN THEATRE, always a good show parents. -- ,: ,l ' " ' .' . Wilson Lumber Co. Miss Vera Orr who tis attending school at the New Jersey Academy, at Logan, spent the week end with he -- S " , " SHOWN IN TREMONTON. - IF YOU ARE GOING TO DISPOSE OF lr.onton. ed Police. DlHECTiofl WIU.1AM dollar spent-m-m The married folks; dance, which was Mrs. Alice Higginsen,' nurse for Dr. F. Sr Peck of the Tremonton-Ga- r land road bought two carloads of hogs J. A. King, is caring for Mrs. Lizzie given Friday night at the L. D. S. hall, fnr sViinment. ' this week. This makes Wright and little daughter Helen, who was well attended. The house was his fifth carload. came to visit with her father R. P. crowded and all had a pleasant time. pneumonia Music xwas furnished by the East GarMr. and Mrs. George Beal of Moore Hansen, both contracted 5 land band. to locate while here. Idaho, are here trying new our cousin of is a Mr. Beal farnu " physician, Dr. D. 0. Beal. m Ton filX fir adv ' TTtah. 'ACE HIGH" WESTERN JJJi 1. Wheat, The Great Western Actor in the Northwest v Oats and barley cleaned from seed Garland Milling Co., Garland mI ImJU very moderate prices will interest you. TREMONTON : UTAH - - 't ALICE JOYCE IK ' BLUE RIBBON FEATURE THE . .WAY TO GREATER "The Son's of the Soul," the Vita graph Blue Ribbon Feature, which will at the American be the attraction Theatre, Wednesday and Thursday, is the story of Ann Fcnton, cast on the world penniless and with her baby, and who fights her way back to a hap piness she lost only through her own The story is by Shasson innocence. Fife, the scenario by F. R. Buckley, and the picture is directed by Tom Terriss. Alice Joyce is seen in one of her most appealing roles as Ann, and is! supported by a cast of exceptional Walter McGrail, merit, including Pnrcv Standing. Bernard Siegle, Bar ,ncy Randall, Edith Reeves, and Stephen GROWTH No town or city can make its industries great, but industries can iwake a town or city great. A live community is the manifestation of business enterprise. If this community is to grow in importance it will have to be by the enterprise of stable business interests. ; . in every way to make local business We are ready to sincerely interested in giving safer, better and bigger. We-n- re individual service to every depositor, regardless of the size of his account. Talk your plans ana business problems over with us. ; We may be able to make helpful suggestions. State Bank of Tremonton r.'.nr. jr. ft. ."v. .""r. jv. er .v. .y. . .rt t t.