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State Council of Defense N9. veniber 20-1- n til II I I r The Leader is the Farmers' Friend, Always Ready to Protect Their Interests VOLUME VI. TREMONTON, UTAH. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1919 DON'T WEEKLY BE NUMBER 3 LIKE ME CITY and VICINITY SPECIAL MEETING INDUSTRIAL REVIEW AT WARD HALL ' Chas. M. Hurd of Snowville was in town Tuesday on business. Salt Lake A truce of sixty day between labor and capital in the case' of strikes now in progress or threatened, in .order to give the president. and congress and opportunity to effect. reductions in the cost of livinng, is urged upon all parties to present or impending labor troubles by resolution of the directors of the Utah ted Industries at a meeting held here. Eureka Machinery being hauled to Pinion Queen mine. Provo Buyers combine put price of peaches down to $1.50 a bushei, which is below 1918 prices. The coal and oil industries in the. west feel the demoralizing effect of the Navy commandeering four million barrels fuel oil at 86 cents, when it is worth $1.60 in the open market on ' parity. with coal. Tintic Empire mine putting in electrical ejuipment. Provo Utah county joins in flood storage program . Deertrail and Marysvale mines make . good showing Paved highway to unite Leni. tip' per and lower districts unite. , Mrs. W. E. Watkins of Brigham was shopping in Tremonton Friday. . Aaron T. Gregg Dies After Brief Illness. Remains Sent to Iowa. Ceril Orrock of Wheelon was in Tremonton Wednesday, on business. D. A. Walon and J. R. Downing were Salt Lake visitors Sunday. Aaron T. Greeg, residing about seven miles southwest of Corinne, passed to his reward last Thursday, after an illness of about a week from typhoid fever. Deceased was born in Iowa and came to Utah about twenty years ago, locating near Corinne, where he has since resided. He was 68 years of age at the time of his death. He was a man of reserved disposition but was liked and esteemed by all who knew him. He leaves, a widow, one son and one daughter, all of whom, were at his bedside when the end came. The remains were shipped on Saturday to Stuart, Iowa, for interment. ANOTHER LARGE LAND Mrs. H. J. Davis was a Malad visitor from Sunday until Wednesday. Erwin Beal and children, of Idaho, are visiting with the Geo. A. Beal of Garland. of family Mrs. Moore, '4 mg- - .... i I DEAL IS CONSUMMATED . ooomommoom acres of land adjoining the city limits BRIGHAM ITEMS SNOWVILLE to Charles Olyer, East Garland, but Miss Annie Hurd Representative. A could not resist the desire to again Kern from the County Boat invest in Bear River Valley land. One or more deals are made each in Woodlawn mine. A m T i j xrin. Reservoir advocated, week involving land in the valley,' at Cedar City 7 i Dr. W. L. Smith formerly of Driggl I . from to 1 $175 $350 8 per Idaho, lias decided to locate in here at ost of $300,000 would add 5000 prices ranging Brig?,' f could attend acres to farming acreage of southern acre, 'the average price being around ham, and has taken his residence p ' " "" $300. .; returned Monday ... Utah. .... First West street. Dr. Geo. M. Fisterlj hf Real estate dealers report more buy " ' I Copper output increasing. Is now 60 of Salt Lake has also arrived" JTT , ad L ers for land than there is land to be formerly and with Dr. Smith, will take over ttuX per cent of corresponding period 1918. more sales could and that many f Dr' 0"iee Salt Lake' Undue agitation on part had, I D. hospital and practice of Dr.. be made at the highest prices if JfTawshaw . T,mi. ' u ' brought to sudderf termination when the However, Carbon, motored to Brigham Monday productiveness of the all concerned were given pay checks, Small Boy In Accident , viUi the superior water soil on business, returning Tuesday. , together and told their services were no longer Elwin Jensen, small son of Mrs. Ep-- ' makes 'the land Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Bobbins and Wm. needed. Men wero I. W. W.'s of a ight in this valley, hraim Jensen was injured on Tuesday Tues-.- . kind that started trouble at Part City. veil worth keeping regardess of fancy. by being struck bu an automobile F. Bobbins went to Tremonton rices offered. ' day. Cedar City Opening of Automobile driven by Wm. Jardine of Standrod, Edmund Hurd from Stone was treated .. nnn.rnn l.'J .1 .... ll.fllfll TO rUttU Up f 11.) I'll "HI inui'V n ' Hi i Idaaho, at the office of Dr. Crawshaw on Monable 20,000,000 feet of lumber. The boy was riding a bicycle and was E. DR. W. DAY for the removal pi an abcess from day bills for , The Kendrick smd Kenyon struck by the car as it rounded Forest? IS STRICKEN street into Main street. The bo'y luck- the bite of a certain kind of fly while federal control of packing, canning and putting up hay at Locomotive Springs. distributing food products continue to ily fell between the wheels and was Henry Haws, Wm. Phillips and DewSome meet with increasing opposition. Dr. W. E.. Day of Garland was strick- only bruised slightly but the wheel) Anderson have also been obliged ' ey who would favor them of confined to en with a rupture of an ulcer of the was smashed. Mr. Jardine paying lor to seek similar treatment from the the packers oppose them as interfere stomach Monday night. Tuesday morn- the necessary repairs." same cause. ing with production in all lines . ing early he was brought to the hospital L. M. Hurd has left the Allen Garcon-- , for voted $300,000 Ogden Young Lady Dies hours in this city and for twenty-fou- r and moved with his family to Kos-mstruction of new South Washington, was in a serious condition. Mis9 Mary L. Rohwer, daughter of age school. Martin V. Rohwer, died at the Dee hosHowever, he began to gain WednesMiss Edyth A. Crawshaw has gone to Delco Crop yield good in this vici-nitin Ogden, Sunday, following an pital, now getting along to attend the Weber Stake Acday morning and is Ogden with every, prospect of an early operation for appendicitis nicely ademy.. hasl Utah For the past five years Deceased was 13 years of age. She Miss Sarah Robbins has rcTurnetT recovery. leaves her parents 'and three sisters. produced yearly average of 3,369,400 a visit to lelatives at Blue Creek. from bushels of potatoes on 20,600 acres at Funeral services are to be held Thurssecond Ranks a value of $2,632,000. day. Burning Money. in the United States in average yield Dr. D. W. Henderson will leave Sunper acre with 165 bushels. Average -BY WALT MASON farm price received in Utah last ten day for New York, where he will take a 0 DEWEYVILLE Life is gay and blithe and sunny year's special course in diseases of the years is seventy eight cents a bushel. Mrs. Ault, Representative jjj Orpha Minerva mine producing since the peace dove hit the. breeze; eye, ear, nose and throat. Pioche as ore. John Stallis, an employee of the Paris Tungsten everyone is burning money just Director of .U. S. Bureau of Mines though it grew on trees. I insist on Cafe will be tried Thursday in the Juvsays outlook for Utah oil is most bright. thrift and saving, but there's none to enile Court for selling tobacco to a minSchool started last Monday with a Increased beet acreage of 200,000 heed my words; johnnies say that I or. good attendance. more acres than last year will hold am raving, and throw money to the A baby girl registered at the home Death Claims Woman sugar production of county to normal birds. Men are drawing princely wages, of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knudson, last Mrs. Julia Ann Nelson, wife of J. J. week. despite droughts in various localities. and their breasts are filled with mirth, . Planned to take water from Jordan and they jeer foreboding sages who Nelson, died at her-- home in this city Fonnie Gardner has returned from river or from Utah lake to irrigate predict a day of dearth; but that day last Saturday at the age of 79 years, Idaho, where he has been working for ; ' T i nnn ..mill.. will come as surely as tomorrow's sun from general debility. acrt's 111 favis cvumji. o,uw two months. Scenic road to connect will rise; things will then be going Salt Lake Deceased was born in Denmark and The electric light company is very at poorly with the giddy spending thrift in 1874 came to this country with J. J. Lamb's canyon with Cottonwood busy putting up poles and stringing point near Brighton to cost about $17, guys. Things won't boom along for- Nelson, to whom she was married about wire for the electric lights at Dewey-vill000. ever as they're booming now, my a year later. , Ashtnn, Ida., Enterprise, official C. J. Dewey has returned from Califfriends; and the man who's truly They removed to Brigham where of the League says: clever saves as ably as he. spends. It they since resided. She leaves her hus- ornia, much improved in health. "The League is the Big is patent to the knowing,, in expensive band and one daughter. Funeral services The Dewey family reunion was a Union." times like these, that the kopecks won't were held Wednesday at 2 o'clock. grand affair. Over one hundred and East Tintic Building branch rail- be growing always on the shrubs and eighty were present. There were memroad will increase output from mines. trees. There will come a day of trouble, Young Man Dies bers of the family from Idaho and son of Jeddidiah Peterson, Spring Creek irrigation when this boom is left behind, and the SpringviHe Wyoming. All have returned home. district organized. A baby girl arrived at the home kopeck and the ruble will be mighty Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson, died last Spanish Fork paving contract let for hard to find; happy then the lads Friday after a short illness from qutn-sy- . of Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Marble, last $153,014. whose wages have been safely placed week. The remains were taken U 1'orlagn Sugar factories at Ogden and Brigh- in brine, who obeyed the seers and ton City start Sept. 20. sages, whon the saving graft was fine. Sunday where the body was interred, Mine employes start co- And how sick will be the mortals who funeral services being held at the NOTICE WORKMEN! Masrna store. who now like spendthrifts behave, operative reply cemetery. The Utah-IdahSugar Co. will place Provo County lets contract to ex- with jeers and chortles when we call their employees to their respective tend tunnel at infirmary. Dr. E. A. Stenquist, a native of on them to save. places Sept. 23, at one o'clock. Those Tintic Paymaster mine sinking 1,000 Brigham, has decided to locate here, wishing employment are expected to be feet shaft. j his profession. ; there promptly at that hour. Men living The nbove, one of WH Mason's fam-nti- s for the practice of The student ftpdy 'of the High School in the Salt Lake Farm consumers leagues although valley will be given preference. copyrighted, poems, prose ' officers for Hotel accommodations are much Imbeing organized to cut retailer. is printed through specinl. permission has elected the following Salt Lake Metal craftsmen, on strike given by Mr. Mason to the United the year: Recs Merrill, president; Mabel proved over last year. UTAH-IDAHSUGAR CO. for higher wages, agreed to continue States War Loan Organization. Buy Johnson, vice president; Victor Lee, secretary and treasurer, and Alan Mann, Chas. Edwards, Supt. work, with understanding that if any War Saving Stamps. advance is secured state will pay same He who profits by the mistakes of wage, dated from August 1. When you want printing, send The The Leader job department turns Leader your order, or call phone No, Emma Silver starts operations at others will make less mistakes him self for otheri to profit by. . mine in Alta district. out anything from a dodger to a book, 2s. There is a general increase in scarcity- of housing. Thousands cannot find homes, with fe wto. buy or rent. Salt Lake Eich shoot of ore struck 0XOOafcOO4O0 Jm : - T " wll"" ; ' -- , 11 1 OF Moroni Ward, one of the leading farmers of the north end of the county, was in town Tuesday on business. , 1 -- work. A special musical program is being arranged and special speakers of note Wm. Luthi and M. Willis Hen- will be present to speak to the peodricks motored to Salt Lake Sunday. ple. Lester Olsen, of the firm of Olsen ..The meeting should be of especial Bros, of Brigham, was transacting busi- interest and a large attendance is anticipated. ness in Tremonton Monday. d V . 17 Instead of the regular Mutual at the Meeting house next Sunday night, the evening will be devoted to a program pertaining to genealogical Ward Wm. Luthi is one of the latest additions to the ranks of auto owners. Wm, Byers the fore part of the week sold to L. S. Mann sixty acres of land! x--- ,i . rf: iu.i. i at n. jiiy uij icduuicu uu vni about three miles west of this city, mines. Qunicey Martha home orphanage to the consideration being $11,000. Ogden Mr. Mann last week sold thirty-odhave $3,000 addition. n. Genealogical Meeting Is Announced for Sunday Night With Special Program. 1 1 ; . . omom or-pn- n n n cheer-maste- ttar The Board of County Commisioner Aaron Home of Howell was in town last Saturday and incidentally pur met Monday in regular session. R. V. Call met with the Board and chased some attractive furnishings for his home. requested them to rej air several County bridges over the Hammond Canal. Mat of Brian Kent", "The ter taken under advisement. by Harold Bell Wright, his newest Levi Peterson of Snowville, reported work, just received. Davis Drug Co. to the Board that the County road near 'dv. Snowville needed some immediate re M. Willis Hendricks has leased his pairs. Mr. Peterson was instructed to farm to George Bronson for a term of tell the Snowville Road Supervisor to years and will make' his home in this place this road in a passible condition. On' recommendation of Sheriff Well city. ing the following were appointed De Harold Bell Wright's latest book, puty Sheriffs without pay: W. C. MellThe of Brian Kent," just arkey, B. E. Phelan, Frank A. Ward out, is now in stock. Call early to avoid Iaw. Dr. D. W. Henderson met with the Iisappointment. Davis Drug Co. adv. Board and stated that he was leaving Webb Richmond wift of Walter and the County for. an indefinite time, ano ' orr"4ni"ent of 'Trrr hd Mrs. M. Willis rJ . rcscir.si."'' Mrs. HenSricks Pcurge Sifter as County physician. Webb is a brother-oAction on the matter deferred. R. T. Shaw of Garland, -l- ocal The "bond "of Wilcox and Fairchild, ager of the Utah Power & Light Co., for the operation of a pool hall near is the happy father of a baby daughter Yost was approved. who came last Monday to gladden' the The following were placed on the Shaw home. Mothers' list: Annie A. Kunzler $10 per month, Mary D. NewSamuel Beal of Richfield Utah has man, $6 per month and Mrs. R. S. been spending a week with his brother, $3 per month. Roberts, Geo. A. Beal of Garland. Sam expects to leave for the the mission field for the L. D. S. church. WEDDING BELLS Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and Mr. David Cooke and Miss Pearl daughter, Miss Myrtle, who have re- Haws were united in marriage Wednessided at Malad for several months, on' day in the Salt Lake Temple. Wednesday removed their household ef The bride is a daughter of Mr. and fects to this city and will make their, Mrs. J. K. Haws and a winsome young home here in the future. attainments, lady of rnre womanly same time". The reason for such splen-- and is universally admired. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. did business is found in the fact that in Tremonton the furniture stores car- James Cooke and is a steady, reliary stocks that can not be surpassed ble young man of sterling character, outside of the big cities. It is a cause one of the community's most promising of surprise to strangers to learn that young citizens. The Leader joins their many friends this city can boast two furniture in would be a wishing these young people a life houses, either of which credit to a city of 10,000. Such stores of unalloyed bliss. are a blessing to the buying public. f r'.. ' Mrs. W. W. Christensen underwent a serious operattion at the Dee hospital at Ogden on Monday and has since been in a dangerous condittion. This good woman has been obliged to submit to the surgeon's knife several times within the last four years and her many friends hope that she may recover from the latest ordeal freed from her physical ills and restored to health. In response to a question by a Leader reporter as to the condition o busicss, a mcmbcrj of the firm of Shaw & Iverson replied: "Business is good; thank you; as the, result of our .Majestic range demonstration, we sold 15 of. those popular ranges within the last ten days. Wo also sold furniture for furnishing homes for E. L. Johnson of East Gnrlnnd, Leo Fnniswoith nn.l C. W. KiiniMvorth of FioMiiig during tin-Mr- N. E. Shaw cutertalued the members and friends of the Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon, Society, sesSept. 11th. After a short business sion, election, of officers were held. The officers elected were:. Mrs, L. 8. Mann, president; Mrs. T. A. Carter, 1st vice president; Mrs. W. M. Gif--, Fields, 2nd. vice president; Mrs. ford Watland, Secretary: Mrs. Wm. PUBLIC SALES Joshua Schrenk and Wm. Beyers will hold a joint public sale of live stock, machinery, etc., at the Schrenk farm, f mile west of this city next one-hal- Saturday. r Next Thursday, the 25th, N. E. and D. L. Rees will hold a joint sale of fine horses and other things, at the Bever ranch, one mile north and two miles west of this city. Particulars of both sales may be found in the large ads appearing in Be-ve- this paper. Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Merrill of Preston, Idaho, motored over Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. Willis Hendricks, the two ladies being sisters. miiih' TIip doctor returned linnm th visit hero will Merrill Mrs. day lu( for a week. J. II. Morris, who recently sold his farm just west of town, will leave this afternoon for Elizabeth, Colo., where he will reside in the future. Mr. Morris has been a resident of this community for several years and has made many friends who regret his decision to locate elscwhero. He has an interest in a farm in Colorado, and MorHad ley, treasurer. The hostess served will assist in its management. Mr. delicious refreshments. The Society ris was for many years a railroad teleand for a adjourned to meet September 25th, grapher and station ageut school of a mombera conducted time telepraphy with Mrs. T. A. Cartor. All and friends are Invited to attend. here.