|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
CITY and YIC1HITY Tire Satisfaction f Alma Farnsworth has been numbered among the ill for several days. You get them in "Savage" and "Goodyear" Tires. We sell them. A son was born to (Mr. John Garfield last Monday. and Mrs. Wag oris That. Stand The W. H. Stone has sold a tract' of farm land four miles 'south of this city to the Stenquist Brothers. . Battery Troubles Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bose have as their guest this week Mrs. Wm, Haws of Holbrook You don't have them if you use Vesta Batteries. We sell them Rev. and Mrs. Allison are spending the latter part "of this week in Ogden attending the M. E. Conference. Mrs. Wm. Cullen has returned to this city after spending several wo.ek X with relatives in Piute county. . For the take of your pocketbook and your feelingsgo to Sbnman s Garage W. W. 1 Strainn Mrs. Johnson of Coalville is making! a visit here with her son J. E. Johnson. Shuman, Prop. Miss Harriett Holler of Twin Falls, Ida., spent last week here the guest of her sister Mrs. Boy Lohr. Mrs. N. E. Shaw arrived home feun-dafrom her two. months visit in the y DR. R. A. LEWIS East. DENTIST OFFICE: OVER. THOMPSON-SCOT- Boy Haws Charles Cooke, and Eph Yates motored to Salt Lake City Sun- DRUG CO. T Offic Phone, rf 89. TREMONTON. UTAH. LANE & FOWLER, VV.E. BERNDT jf, I (all Horse Shoeing a Specialty. Good. Quick Service. All Work Guar H. (SEPARATE SHOW ROOM We Try to Satisfy Tremonton Mrs. Amos Johnson and her sister Mrs. Alice Stuntz were passengers to Salt Lake Wednesday. Jdiss Emeretta Nelson visited Brigham with relatives Saturday ning and Sunday. I DR. J. W. CHAMBERS, t James Roberts, one of the enterprising young farmers of Blue Creek, was in town Saturday on business, aim paid this' office a pleasant call. Furniture Co. Jr Utah G.trland. B. A. Clem Anyplace, Mrs. Victor Hansen and children and Miss Racheal Miller of Bear River City were visiting and shopping in Tremonton Monday. Miss Travis Haws who has "Oeen. visiting with J. K. Haws and family for two weeks, returned home Saturday evening. We also sell bran, shorts, and other millstuffs. " Catherine Billington returned to her home at Spring City, last Sunday after spending the summer here with her daughter Mrs. R. G. Brough. Mrs. " te GARLAND I MILLING CO. Auto Transfer Haul Anything, II Anytime j GARLAND, UTAH $ CALL HADLEY'S GARAGE Phone No. 18 Palace Barber Shop D. McGUIRE ALVA L A W Y E Harry Darton, Prop. H Practices in All State Courts, Feader Courts and before the United States Land Oflice. NOTARY PUBLIC - - hone 23 1 rerr.onton, Utah Real Estate. IN. Phone & Insurance Agency E. IVERSON, 9!) Work is progressing nicely on new mill building. The excavation has been completed and the pouring of the concrete basement has started. ball game was played at Garland Sunday between Garland and Layton The visitors were the victors, the score being 12 to 2 in Layton 's favor. A of the American While completed, a show will be given The remodeling theatre is nearly not complete, Friday night. , A plaee to g(.r a Cietin Shave or a Manager A. C. Olson and family Stylish Hair-cut- . of tho Treniontou Furniture Co. motorto Salt Lake the fore part of tne Courteous Attention to Our Customer? ed week. YOUR PATRONAGE INVITED Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Goss and little son Miles, who have been spending the past ten days in traveling through the National Park, returned home Saturday evening. Mrs. Wm. Cullen this week purchased a lot on North First West St., Player Piano Adjusting from Wm. H. Capwell, and her brother Prompt, Service l J. C. Tait purchased from Mr. All Work Guaranteed lot the adjoining. Tremonton, Utah Phone Miss Emily Nelson who for some time has been employed in Fishburn 's resigned her position store, has Rather Skeptical. and leave will kin Saturday for Wyoming, "Dese yere nviatahs clnlm dey obbe married to Ray York she will where bird a kin," do 'bout everything served Shlnbone; "but when yo sees who was a resident of this city for one fas asleep holdin' onto a branch sometime. wlf his feet, Ah sbo wishes you'd call The offer of a set of kitchenware me to hab a look." Boston Transcript. FREE to every purchaser of a MAJESTIC during demonstration week Is Registration of Piano Student. genuine. It is an gift to All pupils wishing to study Piano every purchaser of a MAJESTIC range the following season, art requested to and the price of this range with a repmeet at my home in Tremonton, Tuesutation remains the same. See this demonstration hours during the wecjt comthe between day, September 2nd, at our store, mencing September of 3 and 5 o'clock, & IVERSON SHAW adv. BURNS. MARY adv. Wesley Carter Bear River Valley Alanager Tremonton, Utah Piano Tuning Cap-wel- Gave Value to Rubber. Vulcanized rubber nud nil rubber articles ore now vulcanized was first 'mode at Wolmrn, Mass., by Charles floodyenr nbout lS'ii. He obtained . his first pntent in that year, after he hud spent yours In experimenting nnd h:ul reduced his family to extreme poverty. Before 1844 rubber had: been iisid for various purposes as a soft, Kt'.rky gum, but was of comparatively little value. Peaches For Sale. 2000 bushels of Elberta peaches for snip at $1 per bushel. Bring your own boxes and pick them from the trees, reaches ripe now. John P. Holmgren, adv. Bear River City." 28-2- 9 ftlhi We Sell Them, Let Us Show Them to You. .Box Elder Implement Company Opposite Mann last Friday sold to Chas. of Garland a forty acre tract of Oyler land in the city limits, northwest of town, the consideration being $12,000. TO ANY FLOUR ft EQUAL I I Thompson-Scot- Drug Co. t J. , FLOUR Conveyance Bel! Phone 9 BR. t L. S. "Pride of Utah" Auto c Miss Gertrude Stevens of Parma, Idaho, is visiting here "With heVunfier W. G.' Carter and family, and other relatives. Yes, more than that, it is a QUALITY PRODUCT. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist I has oeen m W. A.' Westmoreland Salt Lake for several days on business and pleasure. I I Wagomis NEWTON andRfflANBT little son of James Hansen underfor went an operation Monday of tonsiis and adenoids. A HOME PRODUCT Sign Painting a Specialty PHONE 3 J. GARLAND. UTAH in eve- are aaclfa A ooooooo CODDINGTON Painting, Calsomining and Paperhanging , Harry E. Webb of Logan, who was formerly employed at this office, visited here Saturday and Sunday. EMBALMERS Full Line of Caskets and Burial Supplies General Blacksmithing a u teed. day. UNDERTAKERS LICENSED , Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Watland were Salt Lake visitors Sunday and Mon 2 THE FAMILY HOTEL UTAH TREMONTON, 11 ng- 2 Where you get the best to eat, good service and courteous attention. fie Mi A fine baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Meister Sunday morni- LICENSED EMBALMERS AND Exeerienced Funeral Directors BURIAL "SUPPLIES. Night Phones: Mr. N. E. Iverson, 77.A-Mr. N. E. Shaw, 54.A-Day Phone, 14 Tremonton, Utah. Proprietors O day. 'fit'' SHAW & IVERSON UNDERTAKERS SHIELD HOTEL O To do the heavy work on the farms in this community requires the very best wagon of the clearest, toughest timber, mechanically perfect. (MY A FEW MORE DAYS OF BIG ELECTRIC IRON SALE Our special electric iron offer enes with August and August ends in a few short days. Don't let them slip by and lose this money saving opportunity. You may need a new iron now or very soon and here is your chance to buy it at a big saving. We have made three while. big offers all of which are decideely worth Choose the one which is most worth while to YOU. three Special Bargains Offer No. Saves you $1.00, because you can 1 $5.50 buy a $6.50 iron for Saves you $1.50, because you can Offer No. 2 buy a $6.50 iron and-- boardfor Offer NO. a - 3' $2.50 - Springer ironing 7 rA '- - - - '-3U - Saves you $1.00 because you can buy a $6.50 iron and a $1.25 Benjamin Socket for your light fixtures for " - HZ Two-Way- J: . - ; 1 Remember that these offers hold good during August only. If you have reason to believe'that your present iron will not last much longer, don't fail to take advautage of these, bargains at once. UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO. "Efficient Public Service"