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|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1928 BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER turies measure their course, life's seasons revolve and write their changing fortune upon us in lines of Subscription Rate One Year, in advance $2.00 experience, war follows peace and 1.00 peace war; and the manger of humilSix Months, in advance .. .50 ity remains the shrine of our only Three months, in advance hope. Entered at the Postoffice at TreIt may be true that this monton, Utah, as Second Class age has enveloped Christmas with the flavor of that we exhaust ourselves in a mad Published at Tremonton, Utah, on display of artificial generosity, that we translate a simple and beautiful Thursday of each week. story into an orgy of the marketPublished by place; this may or may not be true, THE LEADER PUBLISHING CO. and each can answer for himself. But it is still true that, in a very instant Incorporated of time, every man may find, the shrine of recollection hidCHRISTMAS den in his heart. Unto you is born this day in That seed of humanity, placed withthe city of David a Saviour, in us as the gift of sacrifice at birth, which is Christ the Lord. dies hard if at all. It is, after all, If there be no miracle in heaven something real and filled with meanor earth, still is this the most potent ing; it belongs to the imperishable benediction ever dropped into the which, all matter of faith apart, must wistful heart of mankind. The cen- - believe that right is better than wrong, kindness better than cruelty, sentiment better than cynicism. For there is something which is eternal, reanisomething which mates, resurrects, even though the Banara, Jonathan and Rome of it escapes. We cull apples at 35c per bushel at my understanding know that beneath the dead and frozfarm 1 mile south sugar factory. 18 en surface of the earth life breathes Oluf Johnson, Bell phone 37rl and waits its time. What, in the bal FOR SALE ance with this profound mystery, isJ Three rooms furniture, all or part, the misanthropy of a withered intelno reasonable offer refused. Also boy'3 ligence? p saddle. Call No. 50 or 108. It is, perhaps, a pity we ever grow up. Or do we? What is this miracle FOR SALE by S. L. Cox (moving by which we recapture the fine imagiaway.) New carbide lighting plant. nation of belief other than the flowComplete, 7 high grade lamps, less ering anew of childhood's simple than half price. Enquire City Shoe faith? It is the radiance of innoShop, Tremonton, Phone 7a2. cence which covers the earth and turns men's eyes, in Alaska, in India, FOR SALE 800 leg- in the distant outposts and at the horn pullets. Bear Ralph Jensen, home hearths,' to that group of shepRiver City. herds plodding their way through the FOR SALE Pure bred Mammoth Bronze turkey hens. Call 5.y-d Nice lot of potted plants suitable for holidays. Cut flowers a specialty. Garland Green House, Phone l. ever-has-tenn- ig unde-stroye- d, night to worship the birth of revelation. There is nothing engraved more indelibly on the heart of mankind than the infinite source of that star which is hope, and of that angelic chorus pouring down from the bursting heavens wtih the sublime proclamation: "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men." It needs something more than a smart sneer to rob the world of that majestic moment, be it allegory or circumstance; it needs something more profound than the piteous arroto gance of intellectual blot out from the consolation of humanity the grand symposium of its transcending reassurance. It is sufficient if man finds himself borne, on the wings of Christmas, from the ends of the world straight to the hearth of his better self; if the star self-decepti- leads him, remembering, U the cradle of his good intentions. "But Mary kept all these things, and pondered them in her heart" And so may we. MAN'S FIVE SERVANTS When one has a cold nothing seems to taste right. The wife may have done her best with the apple pie, the mashed potatoes may be as fluffy and smooth as your desire, but it's a task to down them. There's a simple reason for it A cold obstructs what scientists call the olfactory epithelium, located in a little niche in the skull just above and behind the nostrils. It's your smeller The senses of taste and smell are so closely linked it is almost impossible to say, sometimes, which is which. Sugar and salt are excep Most relatives are distant relative tions. We cannot detect them by when rule. you are broke. as a smelling Take your nose out for a walk However, we notice that the cost some day. As you pass the grocery, the meat market, the hotel, the bakery cf living isn't yet sufficiently high and the book store, note how your to make it exclusive. memory and sight are helped out by the sense of smell. Each place of business has its distinctive odor. Every human has five wonderful use taste and smell. Learn to them all with intelligence. B. F. Winzeler, genial proprietor of the Liberty theatre, is in Salt Lake Style hint: Divorce suits should be City under a doctor's care. While his condition is not considered serious kept dark. Ben has not been feeling the best for Money talks, but not as much as some time and, believing in the adage "A stitch in time saves nine," is tryman talks money. ing to prevent a serious ailment. No matter which way you drive, if It is hoped that they will treat Ben you don't drive the right way it may right while there and that he may rebe the way to jail. turn home feeling greatly improved Local Show Man in Salt Lake for Treatment ser-touc- h, I ...WANT COLUMN.. ter. 7 z, i" mam m m 1 m m m. nr- m mm WHjm m & 'n jm iif r'wwy c t-- z am wj ... ll-13- 10-tf- 5. d ll-12- A Real Sale 52-a-- LOST 2 heifers, one Jersey coming two years, one red and white, coming two years, branded G lazy M on left ribs, ear mark crop off end right ear and two slits ear tag in left ear with Geo. J. Mason, Plymouth, Utah. If seen please notify Geo. J. Mason, Plymouth, Utah. PLENTY OF MONEY to lend on the right kind of real estate. NORMAN LEE, Brigham City. 7tf Everything for lit Needle work. See Mrs. N. E. Shaw at Shaw & Iver-soTremonton. 15 Evening Shoppers! Logan Woolen Goods at Prices Cut in Half The Christmas shopping season of 1928 will wind up in a blaze of glory with three exciting nights of special values unparalleled selling. Friday, Saturday and Monday evenings are scheduled for a display of in our history. The whole family should come Dad, too, for this will be the great opportunity to purchase those things you've meant to get, and make substantial savings you probably hadn't expected to get. last-minu- te Overcoats, Leather Coats, Dresses, Blankets, Sweaters, Etc. COME Be Sure to Be Here Friday and Saturday Nights and Christmas Eve They are SPECIAL Gift Nights! Procrastination is the Thief of Time SEE FOR YOURSELF .yy-'.vev- Shop Now! . and to Christ- Dec. 20, 21, 22 mas Eve n, WANTED Old useless horses. R. W. Hunsaker, phone 9G.0-lCp Sale Nelson-Rick- s at Creamery Co. 1. What better gift for the family than an article of furniture for the home that all may enjoy, day by day, for years? Our ample selection makes choosing easy. Our Prices make buying here an economy. a-gif- t To our Patrons and Friends we wish a Merry Christmas - TVS m Gifts-o- f 'Chasm Gifts You'll find listed below gift Items that will surely please every member of the family. You'll find choosing trifts they'll like a pleasure from our assortment that is remarkable for completeness and variety. 1 Grandmothers are especially fond of comfortable gifts, such as Slippers, Laces, and many others. Now that it's Gift Time you must come to Fishburn's for gifts that Grandmother will love are here. 2 Dad says little, seems easy to please, but sometimes he wishes for such Gifts as the Ties, Hose, Robes, Traveling Cases and other popular choices that we are showing for a man's Christmas. Mother'6 thoughts run in many channels things for the home sensible wearables something youthful, perhaps even frivolous and we have taken care of all of that so that you can choose what she'll like. 3 Miss "Early Twenties" longs most for delicate lingeries, sheer hose and other luxurious necessities to make college days, gay parties, or business hours happier. We can help pick out just what she hopes to receive. 5 For College Men or Young Business Men, you may be sure to hit the right spot with smart wearables such as Ties, Scarfs, Shirts, Hose, Pajamas, Robes, Gloves, Underwear all of which, and more, are here. 4 Our market is loaded with good things for your Christmas dinner. A full line of Christmas Candy, Nuts, Oranges, Raisins, Currants, Candied Peel. We handle the best meat that can be bought. Extra Special price on Pork this week. I Sanitary Market Phone 31 W. G. EHMANN, Prop. Girls of High School age are dreaming about the same things as their older sisters ,only thev need them in the more youthful and vivacious styles that we are showing for the moderns. 7 8 Brother Bill can be pleased with or is equa ly satisfied with outdoor Little Sister still in the doll aire siolKuTaVe but S'Ster her Gift here. portTequiSt im,-n-. 9 "Grammar School Gus" is the active wild over mechanical toys, gloves, miniature pool tables 0 ?a Sore fu?l that are now in stock-re- ady for himlJere all-bo- 10 Here's Baby doesn't say X tell a true story she's delighted or new dresses, socks, shoes-- all but 11 Well, how did Santa get All right-- all get in horp' he wants' y who will go offe thmgS llitttefc S T colorfu of whirh can get in our Infants' Department. stead of SCcI! n your list k"0WS A f1" you . R1e in" 6 rifled Clothes, ,! thins, that pay tribute BURN tt hlsTri11"