|Bear River Valley Leader
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|Bear River Valley Leader
5 V - B4A RIVER VALLEY LEAbEU BTIH1 ABLE : amdl TMDIFTY -- i- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ... (Publisher) of the interior, U. S. Department at American Theatre. Land. Off ict at Salt Lake City, Utah, August 20, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Wil-Friday and Saturday, September 6 liam Lee, of Grouse Creek, Utah, who, CBOSS BEAKEK" "THE on 10, 1914, made Romesteau .August all-stcast In a great No. 012953, for SE",i Application, e This is a in 7 reels NWV, SWy4NEi4 and. Section IS, Township 12 North, Range staged in Belgium and showing i7 West, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed the sacrifice of Cardinal Mercier. notice of intention to make Final The great cathedral at Louvain three-yea- r Proof, to establish claim before shown in all its beauty, is to the land above described, before its destruction by the Huns. X William C. Betteridge, Jr., U. S. Commissioner, at Grouse Creek, Utah, on Monday and Tuesdays September 0 the Third day of October, 1919. ' Claimant names as witnesses. "LUCK. AND PLUCK" With George Walsh ElmCr Kimber, David 3d. Paskett, The whirl-winacrobat who has taxen E. C. Betteridge, and C. C. Biehens, the country by storm. all of Grouse Creek, Utah. A Fox production GOULD B. BL.AKELY, Register. 1 Wednesday and Thursday, Sep. First, Aug. 21; Last Sep. 18, 1919. "TEMPLE OP. DUSK" With Sessue Hayakawa, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. the noted Japanese actor, in his very (Publisher) best picture to date. Department of the interior, U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, 3 Friday and Saturday, September "THE EAGLE" August 5, 1919. Notice is hereby given that WilWith Monroe Salisbury, the greatest character actor, in a Blue liam H. Glover, of Brighara City, Bird production that is a wonder we .Utah, .who, on Augu3t 29, 1914, matte Homestead Application, No. 013023, mean it. for West Half,' Section 24, Townsn. Also "The Lure of the Circus" 13 North, Hange 12 West, Salt Lake 6 Meridian, has filed notice of intention Monday and Tuesday, September "THE GIRL WITH NO REGRETS" to make Final three-yea- r Proof, to estblish claim to the land above des With Peggy Hyland An interesting Fox- - Production cribed, before The Clerk of the District Court, at Brigham City, Utah, On the Seventh day of October, 1919. 8 Wednesday and Thursday, Sep. Claimant names as witnesses. "THE FEAST OF LIFE" Jacob C. Jensen, of Brigham City, With Clara Kimball Young Miss Toung, the idol - of millions, Utah; Nels Jensen, of Salt Lake City, does some of her greatest work . Utah; Willis H; Boothe, of Salt Lake in this World production. City, Utah, and W. L. Glover of Brigham City, Utah. GOULD B. BLAKELY, Monday and Tuesday, September "HELL ROARIN' REFORM" Register. With the unequaled Tom Mix First, Aug. 21; Last Sep. 18, 1919. A Fox production NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. 5 Wednesday and Thursday, Sep. (Publisher) PROGRAM v : 6-- 1 ar super-featur- ESW, 8-- d This OAKLAND SENSIBLE SIX model is now recognized as the leading exponent of light weight automobile construction, and as such delivers economies in gasoline, tires and maintenance unequal-e- d in any other car. high-power- ed Touring Car, $1075; Hoadster,t$1075; Sdan, $1650; Coupe. $1650" F.O.B. Pontiac, Mich. Additional for wire wheel equipment $75.00 Call MR. BARROW, Phone 18, for demonstration 10-1- TREMONTON BILL AUTO SALES GO. EMERY MACK QUILL 17-1- ... 22-2- 3 - Something Different! . DIFF- ERENT MOST FROM PLACES. : county. buy everything the farmer grows in the way of grain. sell Feed, Flour, Groceries, Seed Sacks, Etc. ought to have your trade. LANDVATTER BROS. Telephone 7 Department of the interior, U. S.. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, August 20, 1919. Notice is hereby given that William A. Wood, of Howell, Utah, who, bn May 14, 1914, made Homestead for West Application, No. 012621, Half, Section 20, Township 10 North, Hange 6 West, Salt Lake Meridian, Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. "THE TURN IN THE ROAD" A Ben Alexander special A Robertson-Colproduction that is admittedly, one of .the most intensely interesting dramas ever made. No one should miss this one. The following are productions which will follow later: ' "Inside the Lines," a story involving the German spy system, and an American girl in Berlin and at the Dardanelles. ....... Advertising a Sale! w all-wo- st to read a sale bill do you? Then don't expect the other fellow to do it. There are dozens here to select from and all are styles. Liberty Bonds Accepted in Exchange for Merchandise iic Mouse or fcMiajry The TO PRODUCE BETTER HEIFERS Scrap Book Carefully Select From Herd Profitable Producing Cows and Use 'l Purebred Sire. ma 4 If he Is a prospective buyer you'll have him at your sale. One extra buyer often pays the entire expense of the ad, and it's a poor ad that won't pull that buyer. An ad In this paper reaches the people you are after. Bills may be a necessity. but the ad i the thin that does the business. Don't think of having advertising space in this paper. conu nccFRT IIUIII I Get That Buyer J ' The Loader job department out auytking from a dodger to a book. i TO fiOTHAM w . EXPLAINING Proper feeding of balanced rations, elimination of unprofitable animals in Picture them in your But Who Would Expect Victim of the herd and Increasing production by mind's eye and you use of purebred dairy sires to produce Love's Young Dream to Have His imthree heifers are the better dairy Mind on Mundane Things? may get a faint idea portant things that will decrease the of the of that There's no reason why this story cost and increase the production of husthe says ns dairy dairy products, shouldn't be true. It is related roaring story of the bandry extension man at Iowa State such by G. K. S., for whose contribuSpanish Main tions we entertain a growing respect. college. most The and easiest way And even though practical we seem to re- of obtaining cows of better dairy member a similar qualities Is to select carefully from Incident, away the herd those cows which are found back there, except bj record to be profitable producers that a horse and and use on these a purebred dairy buggy figured In sire. If the profitable cows are selecti it well, theso ed, then the dnlryman will be able to make a profit while he Is building up things recur. A Bedford a dairy herd. ' Come, get aboard the It pays to select and breed better youth was a fremore means because It animals at caller pay Maggie Darling and quent the home of a fot the amount of labor and feed used sail with us across the Bedford damsel. and also an Increased production of a scarce-awakene- d Is food a essential. which sea he of weeks got ago absolutely And a couple new automobile. And of course as to the yVest soon as he had learned to drive It. he INDICATIONS. OF GOOD COW is buried the-goland where the for girl, called one evening took her for a nice ride. They returnof Spanish bucBeet Dairy Animal Has Large Middle ed at a reasonable hour; he lingered Body, Strong Constitution and much You will enhad he caneers. for on (he porch, awhile Perfect Health. of Importance to any. It was a sweet joy every moment of it. But finally she had to May evening. The best dairy cow has a large midhome. went he and say dle body, a strong constitution and per Along toward morning he awoke feet health. A large, udder and good with a feeling that all was not well. sized teats, large milk wells and promWatch for and read It but the with feeling, He struggled of a good are inent veins Indications the first installment and persisted. Then he snt up In bed milker. There are many other points aTkl dressed he of our new serial Then hastily, thought. to be taken Into consideration when Just" as dnwn was breaking he reto In addition breeding for results, but trieved that automobile from where It milk tests, If the cow Is d linrt stood all night, lights burning, In and built for a milker, as may be front of the girl's house. Judged from a common sense view, When you want printing, send The And some early rising neighbors snw that ought to be enfflclent evidence of Leader turng him. And Cleveland I'laln Dealer. your order, or call phone No. dairy value. good-night- k.i - W DeadMen'sBones! William Pester, who for 13 ye:irs lived on the southern deserts of went to New York recently, primarily with the Intention of teaching New Yorkers how to get along comfortably on $5 per week. The photograph shows Pester with a guitar which he made from wood gathered around his desert home. Cr.ll-foml- of Eight Indies Mrs. J. M. Franklyn, twenty-elsh- i years old, a pradunte of the Bellevuc Hospital Training School for Nurses, who won a prize of $2,000 by walking across the continent from Seattle. Wash., to New York. She was not per mitted to accept a ride unlesi asked twice. The trip cost her only $28. THANKS. d One Extra Buyer at t sale often pays the entire expense of the ai s riere voa act s dohrJs ilihie- Moonlit Caverns! Buried Treasure! -- special sale without using fjr r ii - Daggi Savage iflgai fireside. at Face Value for aery ibtir spcrit-M- three-yea- r Pieces Put n ad In thli paper, then, retfardles, of th weather, the fellow you want to reach reidi your announce merits while seated at hi ol your fall and winter coats. plot lo middle of the road and to a tfo ' NOW HE'S BUSY leave fOV don't yoxtt ritf in the fence-po- B Owing to the continued advance in the cost of labor as well as scarcity of good materials, we would advise an early selection of Pirates! "Rasputin, the Black Monk," a true depiction of the dawnfall of Russia, with some of the greatest scenes ever filmed. . I $14.00 to $42.50 Proof, to establish claim to land above described, before The Clerk of the District Court, at Brigham City, Utah, on the Seventh day of October, 1919. Claimant names as witnesses. W. F. Cowley, James Peterson, L. C. Whitaker, and Pat Snodgrass, all of Promontory, Utah. GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register. ; First, Aug. 21; Last Sep. 18, 1919. Final e , We We ... Interest. 1-- 2 , We ; nesSTaad are the largest Seed Dealers, in the - "SHAME" 29-3- have the biggest variety of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits of any place in town. New Coats for Fall and Winter Wear, 24-2- 0 Monday and Tuesday, September "LOVE AUCTION" With dainty Virginia Pierson A Fox productionof unusual lavlglv We We . A special feature in 7 reels. One of the greatest pictures of the year, a story that will leave its impress on all who see it. THAT'S WHAT THIS PLACE ? 12-1- 15-1- SEE THE SENSIBLE SIX BEFORE YOU BUY Quality is the vanguard of true economy. Quality is the measure of usefulness and service a purchase yields. Economy lies not in spending 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 extravagance. This business was founded on a quality basis, and it has prospered through a rigid adher-anc- e to the policy of giving to our public an economy as true as a die. Out of these economies 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;--tha- t is our way. ft is the only way we do business. , well-bodie- , 23. He Walked. His the Supreme Sacrifice, perilous work falls to the lot of the men of the navy on patrol and convoy duty in the war zone of the Atlantic. Always open to attnek from the enemy's submarines, they take the extra hazard of having to sail their craft In black darkness, for no lights are allowed. It was when the United States destroyer Chauncey was steaming without lights that she collided with a British vessel, the Ho:o. The lifter portion of the American vessel was ulmH'rgcfl. Thosp In the forward part of the ship were saved. Among the men who made the supreme sacrifice, losing his life to save those of others, was Knsign Ilrry G. Skinner, Jr., of the United Slates nnvnl reserve force, lie was n native of Baltimore, M1., and enlisted May 3, 1M7. A recently Invented textile fcr undergarments stretches lengthwise, luit not across the weave of the material A clergyman Is the Inventor of n llghl bar to he held against the upper Hps by clamps fastened In the nostrils to prevent snoring. A Frenchman claims to have invented nn electric curling device for num. en hair so effective the hair iviinni Ita shape for months.