|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
Lkitikk tiEAK KIVER VALLEV RRiR RIVER VII.MY lEHTOR I wh0 lw' have a vuauui i4Jii iniiuui uuavuii ...ilai,mt. PHILIP'S TRIUMPH table Satisfaction By HELEN A. PARKER. Our store is filled from front door to back with the best and frehest Groceries to be found in the markets. QUALITY IS NOT A FAD A PRINCIPLE WITH US-I- T'S Keep your working power up to par by buying and eating Groceries and Meats from Tremonton t r ' ia to Th ;' . Eastern Representative, American ' Association, 225 West 39th Street, Ne York. Press Advertising sates made known on application, i Local advertising 8c per line per nsertion; classified advertising Sc per line per insertion SUBSCRIPTION RATES , One Year . - . H". Months $2 $1 - three ilonths 60c SUBSCRIPTION NOTICE. . The PulbDop If this space is marked with a ,i f it. mnwn MAKE BETTER FARM BUTTER for the future f We would like nothing better than to have a vote taken by the whole population, with each citizen naming those he or she considers to be boosters. And then we would like to publish the names of the boosters in this paper, and hold them up to the public as just what they are our most progressive citizens. When yon have a little spare time suppose you just sit down .and write out the names of the fifty people men or women who in your judgement are the greatest boosters lor our town." It will give you quite an into the, characters of many peo ple, for it will cause you to weigh their good - qualities with their bad ones, their virtues with their vices, and "their progressiveness with their Trouble Incident to Home Production May Be Decreased by Using Mora .. Careful Methods. The adoption of more careful methods of handling milk and cream and improved practices In the making-o- f farm batter will reduce rather than Increase the trouble incident to home production of this food, say dairy specialists, and will result in a superior product which can be sold more easily end for a better price than the averv age farm butter. DAIRY ; HERD IS FOUNDATION and Not Hard to Raise Calves, Pigs Lambs if Skimmed Milk la Easily Available. - The dairy herd is the foundation for the stock farmer or even for the general farmer who keeps several kinds slumbers. of stock. With skimmed milk it is You night tell your friends what fisy to raise calves, pigs and lambs, without it one may find a substiyou are doing and ask them to do the but tute rather expensive and unsatisfacsame, and then all of you could hand tory. Keep the dairy cows and then your lists of ffty in at this owe ami these others may be added. we could tabulate them and announce the result in these columns. FEED DAIRY COWS ROUGHAGE It would be a deserved recognition of the sterling qualities of the boost- Outline Given of Two Grain Rations ers of the fifty greatest boosters to Be Fed With Clover or and it might even spur others up to Alfalfa Hay. the point of hustling for our town and Whei the roughage for dairy caws climbing into the booster wagou. It Is clover or alfalfa hay, the grain ratmight start you to moving. b ions may be 200 pounds Who are our boosters, anyway f meal, 100 pounds ground oats and 100 pounds gluten feed; or 250 pounds Get The Habit meal, 100 pounds corn-and-c- wheat bran and 100 pounds gluten feed. Modern methods of banking are typi-cal of America's democratic way of Consideration of Package. doing business. Bich and poor alike The package In which butter la keep their money in the safe bank and marketed demands careful considerathe dollar check drawn by the "girl tion. If God, for good, sees fit to 'deny clerk in a department store on her Read The Leader for the news. us all else, may He as His best gift small account, is honored just as of all, grant us this to be of some quickly and with as little question as ADVERTISEMENTS real, of tome deep use, to our lellow a check drawn by John D. on his ac- CLASSIFIED men before we go hence and are no count. A deposit in a bank is the basis of more seen. WANTED For the MANAGER credit for any man or woman. It Se Elevator Co., Cor-innCorinne Milling establishes a personal relatioi beKLVA D. AlcQUIRE, Editor and Publisher Utah. Need not be a miller tween the depositer and the bank, which may be of value in many ways but must have business ability. Apthe depositor. If he will ask his ply in writing, to Chris Olson, Brig-haThursday, August I4 , iqiq to banker's advice before investing his City, Utah. savings in numerous schemes which It is the man- - and not the plan, thai are afloat today seeking to get his ' Advertising under this heading 6 : brings success. money, he will in many instances be cents a line each insertion. When yoi saved severe losses. have anything lo sell or trade, or wish is a . good trait. Making money The banking habit is a good one to to bu'y something, use the "Classified Saving is a better one. cultivate. It raises you in your own Wants." estimation and sense and confidence In the mind of the gossip, spreading in your ability to ifo things. t WANTED Contracts for plowing scandal becames a virtue. A bank depositee add a home owner are not good material for the Bolshe- land.- Address, American Plowing AsMany a fool deceives the public into vik and socialist agitator and herein sociation, 812 Walker Bank Bldg, Salt thinking he is a wise man. lies America's safety today. Mfgr. Lake City, Utah. e, . It Doesn't take the. public long to decide as to the truth or falsity of any advertiser's claims. If he deals in "hot air" they take it for just If he deals in what it is worth. TRUTH they soon come to rely implicitly upon what he says. OF OUR ADVERTISEMENTS Bring our ads to us. If every article in our stock is not exactly as represet-e- d in our ads we will never again ask you to believe us. after Charley's unsuccessful summons, the boys waited a few minutes, thinking Philip might change his mind. Then he gave it up and went on. "What a baby Philip Is." snld Char- Waldron I , 0 Ten dimes make a dollar, but half the world is content with the dime. ,'' We Are 0 T The fellow who kicks the cat maices the biggesj; noise when he himself is kicked. . A LOST straight tongue lives long and far. A crooked one falls by the goes wavside. A struck pig squeals, a hit dog yelps, and the guilty man is always seeiiig Always Ready to serve vou with good printing. No matter what the nature of the job may be we are ready to do it at a price that will be Satisfactory o Harris Bros i"A"A''aV Size up the little thing of life and in time you will be able-t- o take advantage of the big ones. Think twice befor you spea;.. "tie sound words you think smart may silly to others. ' The fellow who makes a practice of beating on horse races seldom finds other beople betting on him. DELICIOUS DRINKS PURE FRUITS AND SYRUPS ONLY ARE USED AT OUR FOUNTAIN Then we combine them in the proper manner, insuring you a delicious, refreshing drink or dish that really satisfies. ''Service that Serves." Thompson-Sco- tt H. . SCOTT, Manager be rewarded. TAKEN UP A small pig. Owner may have same, by paying cost of keep. Inquire at this office. FOR SALE Good Work Louis I. Sorensen, phone Horses. 23-27- p Drug Co. Tremonton, Utah NIGHT SERVICE CALL PHONE 47 The Farmers' Paper The Leader The world 's consumption of cotton last year was 12j250,000,000 pounds, of which we consumed one perfectly good pair of so. Lurid editorials continue to tell us that America is wallowing in gold. Will some one kindly construct a hundred foot canal leading straight to our doorf ,.-- Who Are The Boosters? Every town has its boosters and Its No community Is , ever knockers. found without them. We have a healthy respect and a profound admiration for the booster, but our opinion of the chronic knocker would be unprintable. Why can 't we all be boosters in this town and community t Why have any knockers at all! And that brings a question to our mind. Who are the boosters in tins town! Who are the men and women FOR SALE Good Holstein Milch cow. One of the best in the valley. A Bargain. Inquire at Leader office. Vo1 RUGS The employe who makes a practice of earning a smalt salary will soon be earning a biggur one. Never mind how the term "horse sense" came into use.- Just practice it and you will need no other kind. 1 Between Garland and Tremonton, a pair of glasses in a case. Finder please leave at W. E. Getz Jewelry store in Tremonton, or bring them to the Globe office in Garland and -- The boss who is ignorant of the things he hires others to do will not " ' long remain a boss. "THE SATISFACTORY STORE" ley. . ' pursuer. finished work. Meanwhile, 1 r Address all communications Leader) Tremonton, Uah.: Bed Circle It is a notice to you that your subscription has expired, nd that you are invited to send in a renewal at once, in order not to miss any numbers. s. News- Entered as second class matter id, 1914, at; the postoffice ft Tremonton, ifUtah, tinder the Act of March 3, '?. f . ' March ii s' Ul, by th McCiur paper Hyndlasu. independent, aggressive newsdevoted to the social and industrial development of the Bear River Valley and Box Elder County. Published every Thursday at Tremonton, Utah. . Philip's sled, though an old one, was by no means one of the slowest, and he was the best steerer of them all. It was a glorious night to be out, and he Then he longed to be with them. thought of Ids mother's hard work, how she had patched and mended his clothes and made overher own. And tiV mmi ii .'niy"Wrlfiny evef keep hiratiifriugB 'iae latfi $ eiir";w4lgh school that lie might obtain the position which was promised, if his stand-in- ? proved good. He gave a long sigh, but his mother's face settled it. Turning resolutely away from the window he sat down again to study. He no lotiger listened to his school-malevoices, but worked away with A week more and it all his might. would he time for the midyear They were reviewing now. ami in geometry Professor Strong h:id were sent In an original problem th to be responsible for. Miss Stephens was very anxious they should solve it, but no one had so far. "It's eonie. mother, at last," he said; "here it is. proof and all !" and he gave a glad shout as he showed her the (Copjrrltfkt. ussccunri paper, look. "Well, anyway, I guess he'll be gld wheu examination time conies, especially if that problem is one of the questions," said Ralph Wood. "And you know, whoever gets marked highest is to be valedictorian, and Professor Strong cares more for our geometry limn anything." "Oh. Professor Strong and his old geometry!" said Charley. "I wouldn't lose this coasting for all the original problems going, would you. Edith?" Edith did not answer. She had respected Philip's devotion to his mother. Now she admired him very ranch for giving np an evening's pleasure to study. When the day arrived for the examThe ination Philip was triumphant. first question was the original problem. He soon solved it and then answered the rest. He finished before the others and handed his paper to Miss Stephens. , A day or two after he gave him his mark, y,hlch was 95 per cent. "You hud a perfectly splendid paper." she said, and your mark is the best ever at tallied by anyone lu the class, and Professor Strong says you are to be valedictorian in June." .lust then Edith canie"up. "I want to congratulate you. Philip," she snld In her sweetest manner. "And mother pants you to have supper at our fiouse tonight all rhe classes coming I'll the evening anf we ar going to coast awhile and then moke enndy and practice the new class'song. The party Is in your honor, so be sure and come," she added. When Philip told his mother, she gave him a happy smile. "I am pleased with your high mark," she said, "but most of all because' you conquered yourself In sacrificing pleasure for work that was your best triumph." - An Philip Rogers raised his head from porting over plane geometry. The boys were drugging their long double-ru- n nor sleds past his house. He could hear their gay shouts, the crunching of the htird snow under their feet and the girls' laughter as they came up behind. He started to get up, then sat down again. Then a flash of light shone through the window. It was the searchlight Charley Loomis had at the head of his sled, and the Admiration of all the other boys. Charley's hello of invitation followed as be got t opposite the house. That was too much for Philip, and tills time he closed his book with a bang and got up. "Lesson all finished ?" asked his mother, who was sewing at the other side of the table. 'Well, not exactly, only partly," Philip answered; "but, mother, they are having such fun! and I haven't been out this whole week." He ran to the window and looked out. There they were, a long Hire of them, with Charley Loomis ahead. Yes and that was Edith Jones with htm, for he could see the bright curls peep-i- i ; from behind her tam o'shanter. S..e was president of Philip's class in hi;;h school and far the most popular girl in town. Philip and she had been friends since they were children and" lived opposite one another, but since Philip's rather died his mother had to uive into a smaller bouse. Then Charley Loomis came to town and entered the high school soon after. He had everything he wanted and asfced Edith everywhere. She, liking a gwd time, readily accepted. She did ii (it forget Philip, however, although he thought she had, and in her heart of hearts preferred him to Charley In sp'te of the candy and Invitations the laiier gave her. But Philip did not know this, and It was a doleful face that met his moth' er's. She looked grave as she said: "You know how much your success in mathematics will count towards your getting the place In Mr. Grant's store, and we so need the money! But do us yon please, tny son," she added. I feel as badly as you do. even worse. I ihinkTto have you miss so much of tlii fun." And she gave him a loving exnnii-nsition- bum siATEr good word for past FOR SUMMER $ Should HOIS be yet decor ative, inexpensive yet durable, and jxj of relief and restfulness. To attain this much desired end, S cool-looki- ng $ so different from the ordinary "gar- - $ $ den variety" that they lend an air jxj our rug experts search the market jvj 5 places of the East, so that they pre- - $j sent a veritable "League of Sum- - jxj $ mer Rugs" ready for immediate jg x- - delivery. CONE IN AND LOOK THEM OVER. Tremonton Furniture Co. Where Price and Quality Meet. A. C. OLSOft, Manager. PHONE NO. 12 '