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BtiAH RIVER VALLEY LEADED 1 Great News! .BOTH .ABLE To Our Patrons and the Public: We lake pleasure in announcing IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE MW FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF UTAH,' In and for the county of Box Elder. In the Matte of the Estate John j W. Steed, Deceased. NOTICE OF SALE that the American Theatre will reOP RE AT. F.RTATP. open next Friday night, with Carlysle The undersigned will sell at private l and June Ejvidge in s stir- sale the described following '"and TTHDFTY i i asVjaaaV This OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX model is now recognized as the leading exponent of light automobile weight construction, and high-power- ed as such delivers economies in gaso- line, tires and maintenance in any other car. unequal-e- d Touring Car, ?1075; Hoadster,t$1075; Sedan, $1650; Coupe, $1650 F.O.B. I'ontiac, Mich. Additional for wire wheel equipment $75.00 Call MR. BARROW, Phone 18, for demonstration Friday and Saturday, August "THE PAGE MYSTEEY" With Carlysle Blackwell and funs 29-3- SEE THE SENSIBLE SIX BEFORE YOU BUY TREMONTON BILL EMERY A World Production. Monday and Tuesday, September "GAMBLING IN SOULS" With Madelaine Traverse A Fox Production Wednesday and Thursday, Sep. MACK 1-- 2 3-- point North 33 teei from the south-wes- t corner of the East Half of the South-eas- t quarter of f PEACHES FREE eVaWkaf" aMlAefaat 'aa 8 and MELONS WILD WEST SHOW Bull Dogging Steers, Bucking Bronchoes, Bucking Steers, Faucy Roping, Etc. BASE BALL GAME amount must accompany each bid. Terms of sale cash upon confirmation by the court. ELIDA A. STEED, Salt Lake Steel and Iron Works vs Administratrix. 28. 1919 aWakt MILITARY BANDS GALORE GRAND FRUIT DISPLAY water right therefor. Said sale is made under authority of an order of sale granted by the District Court of the First Judicial District of the State of Utah, in and for Box Elder County, duly made ofl the seventeenth day of April, 1919, and written bids will be received at the law office of Chas. E. Foxley, 52 North Main street, Brigham City, Utah. A check for 10 per cent or tuo Last Aug baMaal FOR ALL VISITORS 3 21. aABat aala Wednesday, September 3rd e Firs Aug lsAas BRIGHAM Section Thirty-five- , Tp. 12, N. B. 4 West, S. L. M. thence North 259&.1 feet; then.e South 89 deg. 34 nila. East 436 feet; thence South 2596 feet more or less to a poiBt South 89 deg. 50 min. Kast 432 1 3 feet from the point of beginning; thent-- North 89 feet to the deg. 50 niiu. West 432 of point beginning, containing 25.86 acres cf land together with The Brigham City Peaches c Merry-Go-Roun- d NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. "(Publisher) of the interior, U. S. Department Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, August 20, 1919. Notice is hereby given that William Lee, of t rouse Creek, Utah, who, on August 10, 1914, made Honiesteaa No. 012953, for SEVi Application, and Ferris Wheel BAND CONCERT "THE GIRL OF MY DREAMS" cast NW'4, SWUNEii and With Billle Rhodes and an all-stESWH, Section IS, Township 12 North, Eauge A wonderful picture One of the best classics of the year. 17 West, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed Production A Robertson-Colnotice of intention to make Final three-yea- r Proof, to establish claim 6 above described, before land to the and September Saturday, Friday William C. Betteridge, Jr., U. S. Com"THE CROSS BEARER" r cast In a great missioner, at Grouse Creek, Utah, on e in 7 reels This is a the Third day of October, 1919. Claimant names as witnesses. staged in Belgium and showing Elmer Kimber, David M. Paskett, the sacrifice of Cardinal Mercier. The great cathedral at Louvain E. C. Betteridge, and C. C. Richens, is shown- - in all its beauty, before all of Grouse Creek, Utah. GOULD B. BLAKELY, its destruction by the Huns. Moving Pictures and Dance ar Something Different! 'aaafetMl PEACH "DAV at a EMdge. AUTO SALES GO. QUILL 0 aValaat i real-estat- Beginning rt na" Bigger and Better than Ever BOX ELDER COUNTY Bhu-kwel- ring drama "The; Page 'Mystery." The drama combines mystery t with, gorgeous scenery, among which is some of the' most beautiful winter scenes ever made. The Americas has been enlarged, Improved and is now one of the best and most inviting picture houses in the state. Two modern picture machines, the best made, have been installed, and the floor inclined so that everyone may see the pictures without difficulty. A drinking fountain will provide water to quench the thirst of the "little kids" and the "big kids." The management has made a- personal selection of the best plays from the leading producers, and announces one of the best programs .ever shown m any theatre in she land WITHOUT EXCEPTION. Those who know pictures will readily recognize this fact in the list given below. . Here is a list of the plays coming in the near future. Note the plays and the dates,- - and prepare to see the productions that are shown in the best theatres in the land: aT af g SPECI AL RATES ON ALL RA1LROA DS e 5-- THAT'S WHAT THIS PLACE D I " F- - FERENT FROM MOST PLACES. m have the biggest variety of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits of any place in town. We We are the largest Seed Dealers in the county. . buy everything the farmer grows in the way of grain. We sell Feed, Flour, Groceries, Seed Sacks, Etc. We all-sta- . super-featur- ; Monday and Tuesday, September "LUCK AND PLUCK" With George Walsh acrobat who has ta&en The whirl-winthe country by storm. A Fox production 8-- 9 . d ' ! Register. First, Aug. 21; !Wb- NOTICE Quality is the vanguard oi true economy. Quality is the measure of usefulness and service a purchase yields. Economy lies not in spending Last Sep. the least, but in gaining the greatest advantage through the money spent. Quality purchased from a reputable house insures fair prices; then quality is economy, and cheapness is extrava-gancThis business was founded on a quality it has prospered through a rigid adher and basis, ance to the policy of giving to our public an economy as true as a die. Out of these econo-mie- s we have built a confidence which we prize highly. Our customers know that back of everything purchased here is our guarantee and back of our guarantee is a long period of selling representing the exchange of quality merchandise for reasonable prices;-th- at is our way. It is the do business. only way we 18, 1919. FOR PUBLICATION. (Publisher) Department of the interior, U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, 1 August 5, 1919. Wednesday and Thursday, Sep. Notice is hereby given that Wil"TEMPLE OF DUSK" H. Glover, of Brigham liam City, Sessue With Hayakawa, the noted Japanese actor, in his very Utah, who, on August 29, 1914, maae Homestead Application, No. 013023, best picture to daite. We ought to have your trade. for West Half, Section 24, Townsn. 13 North, Range 12 West, Salt Lake Friday and Saturday, September Meridian, has filed notice of intention "THE EAGLE" to to make Final, three-yea- r Proof, With Monroe Salisbury, the greatest character actor, in a Blue establish claim to the land above des Bird production that is a wonder we cribed, before jThe Clerk of the District Court, at Brigham City, Utah, mean it. on the Seventh day of October, 1919. Also "The Lure of the Circus" Claimant names as witnesses. Jacob C. Jensen, of Brigham City, and Tuesday, September Monday "THE GIRL WITH NO REGRETS" Utah; Nels Jensen, of Salt Lake City, Don't be a fossil; subscribe for The Utah; Willis H. Boothe, of Salt Lake With Peggy Hyland Leader, and know what is going on. City, Utah, and W. L. Glover of BrigAn interesting Fox Production ham City, Utah. GOULD B. BLAKELY, 8 Wednesday and Thursday, Sep. Probate and Guardianship notices. Register. "THE FEAST OF LIFE" First, Aug. 2T; Last Sep. 18, 1919. With Clara Kimball Young Consult County Clerk or respective the idol of millions, Miss Young, signers for further particulars. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. does some of her greatest work in this World production. (Publisher) Notice to Creditors. Department of the interior, U. S. Estate of Annetti H. Thompson, De Monday and Tuesday, September Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, don't leave M ceased. "HELL ROARIN' REFORM" w August 20, 1919 your ritf in the Creditors will present claims with fc"3 middle of the With the unequaled Tom Mix Notice is hereby given that Wilvouchers to the undersigned at Fox production road and go to a fence-po- st 'A A. Wood, of Howell, Utah, who, liam 1. on or before R. F. D. No. to read a sale bill bn May 14, 1914, Homestead made D. 1919. A. don't Then of 1st December, do you? the day 5 and Thursday, Sep. Wednesday for West fel012G21, Np. Application, expect the other JUNIUS THOMPSON, "SHAME" 10 North, low to do it. Section 20, Half, Township M. of Annetti the Administrator A special feature in 7 reels. One Put an ad In this paper, then, Range 6 West, Salt Lake. Meridian, Deceased. Thompson, of the greatest pictures of the regardless of the weather, has filed notice of intention to make W. J. LOWE, the fellow you want to a story that will leave its year, reach reads your innouncc Final three-yea- r Proof, to establish Estate. Attorney for ' merits while seated at his on all who see it. impress claim to land above described, before fireside. Date of first publication July 31st. The Clerk of the District Court, at If he is a prospective buyer Last August 28th, 1919. 0 Monday and Tuesday, September you'll havehimatyoursale. Brigham City, Utah, on the Seventh One extra buyer often pays "LOVE AUCTION" day of October, 1919. theentire expense of the Notice to Creditors. With dainty Virginia Pierson ad, and it's a poor ad that Claimant names as witnesses. Estate of Sorcn Thompson, Deceased. won't pull that buyer. A Fox production of unusual lavish-nes- s W. F. Cowley, James Peterson, L. with claims Creditors will present An ad In this paper reaches interest. and C. Whitaker, and Pat Snodgrass, all the people you are after. vouchers to the undersigned at Tre- of Utah. a but Promontory, Bills may be necessity, monton, R. F. D. No. 1. on or before Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 2 the ad is the thing that docs B. BLAKELY, GOULD 1919. D. A. the 1st day of December, the business. "THE TURN IN THE ROAD" Register. JUNIUS THOMPSON, Don't think of hivlntf a Ben Alexander special Last 18, 1919. uslntf 21; sale without Sep. DeFirst, Aug. special the Executor of Soren Thompson, A Robertson-Colproduction that advertising' space in thia ceased. paper. is admittedly one of the most inW. J. LOWE, During the week commencing Septensely interesting dramas ever Attorney for Estate. a handsome set of cooking tember No one Bhould miss this made. ' Date of first publication July 31st. utensils will be given away free to one. Last August 28th, 1919. every purchaser of a MAJESTIC at a sale often pays the The following are productions which range. This is an gift entire nnense of the ad. reand the price of the MAJESTIC will follow later: World Owes Much to Jenner. involv- mains the same as always. See them 17 Is the anniversary of the a the "Inside May story Lines," Get birth, In 1749, of Edward Jenner, the ing the German spy system, and an while- - you are at the special demonL doctor who rid the world of' the American girl in Berlin and at the stration next week, scourge of smallpox by vaccination. Dardanelles. SHAW & IVERSON adv. ' The first public vaccination occurred a Black Monk," "Rasputin, the In 17IXJ. Jfiiiii r i'. celved largo money When you want printing, send The true depiction of the dawnfall of Rusreward as cities various from grants sia, with some pf the greatest scenes Leader your order, or call phone No. The Leader job department turns for his great discovery. 23. ever filmed. out anything from a dodger to a book. e. 10-1- 12-1- 3 LANDVATTER BROS. Telephone 7 !$8S8' 15-1- 6 Advertis ing a Sale! New Coats for Fall and Winter Wear, $14.00 to $42.50 17-1- Owing to the continued advance cost of labor as well as scarcity of good all-wo- ol materials, we would advise an early selection of your fall and winter coats. 22-2- 3 you in the There are dozens here to select from and all are styles. up'to-the-minu- 24-2- te Liberty Bends Accepted in Exchange for Merchandise ir mo rr oisc or kA3ry v I at Face Value . 1w 1 $e r 29-3- ma a nr Imcrc you qcta dollars itelue. for aery dollar 1-- spcnt-P&&l- & 'A e OneExtraBuyer That Buyer Fourteenth Century Leve Token. Tlu Lincolnshire (Eng.)' Arehlteo turnl and Archaeological society has and presented to the Lincoln City film-la Counly museum n charming little of the time of Kdwnrd 111 or Richard II. The brooch Is circular In shape across, and It nnd nbout was originally embellished with six One of the emeralds Is missing, but with this exception the specimen Is perfect. An Inscription on the bnck shows It to be n fourteenth cenhalf-an-lnc- h tury love token. Powerful Explosive. - A now itiid very powtlTuI explosive, which may be used In ir Inlng nnd for other purposes, is lead a '.Idc, a salt of Id forms a This h.vdromltrlc . great number of salts, 49 mercury tizlde, silver uzlde and w ilium nxlde. Large crystals f lead uzido and mercuric azlde have been found to be very sensitive to mechanical shocks, the sensitiveness Increasing with the size of the crystals. Even the breaking of S single large crystal 4 said to bring . ubout explosion.