BEAR UTVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1929, BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER Subscription Rates One Year, in advance Six Months, in advance Three months, in advance could be included in our alphabet is no resting on your oars in the swift stream of present-da- y enterprise and much more significance than that. human endeavor. J2.00 But there are whole regiments of Failures are born, not made by $1.00 words, right on this page, in this adversity, environment and lack of .50 column, or in any reading matter, that opportunity. But some people are a comes before your eye, that have a long time learning that they were not n, Entered at the Postoffice at history, a tradition or a custom hid- born to be failures. den behind them. Utah, as Second Class Take a word occasionally and dig Into it. It is a goodly game, and Published at Tremonton, Utah, on you'll lose nothing by the knowledge you acquire. Thursday of each week. It ...WANT COLUMN.. Published by THE LEADER PUBLISHING CO. Incorporated THE WIFE AXD THE KIDS That tender regard which the normal man has for his wife and children is the cornerstone of modern civilization. Men have stolen for home and children, but only when face to face with starvation. Men have killed in defense of the hearthstone. From time immemorial men have waged wars to safeguard the homeland and the help- less inhabitants thereof. On the other hand, men have robbed and killed when inflamed by drink, or beside themselves with anger, or caught in the grip of avarice. But a man has never thought of his mate and his children with that tender affection which is universal without becoming himself a better character for it, and adding another brick to the building of a better world for them to live in. Look inside the real American home, with its may attractions and its happy family, and know that it stands as a monument to man's truest devotion to the wife and the kids. Visit the modern development of the little red schoolhouse anil realize that our democracy and tranquility are due in no small part to this system of free education, and put down another run to the credit of the influence of the wife and the kids. So with the church, the playground, the park, and a hundred and one other fine agencies for happy community living. All of them are practical workings out of man's thought and regard for the wife and the little ones well-nig- h GREEN CORN The statement that corn will soon be available is one that is greeted with satisfaction by a vast number of people. All corn may be corn, but there may be vast difference in the quailty. It has been said that to be at its best corn should be pulled from the stalk and placed in the pot before the dew has evaporated. That may not be a practical procedure for most folks, but it is true that the longer corn has been pulled before it reaches the table the less it succulence. Time quickly destroys its flavor. For that reason those folks who are so fortunate as to grow their own corn enjoy in its fullness a delicacy denied to those who must depend on the public markets for a supply. Many commodities do not deteriorate materially in quality quickly and will stand long transportation. Corn does not suffer from the latter, but it must pass rapidly from the garden or field to the table if it be all that it is capable of being. He.nse the pleasure with which the advent of the home product is greeted because it is both toothsome and healthful. It is a precious gift of midsummer and therefore its coming is hailed with full appreciation of the delights in store. Another ear, please! home-grow- n DIGGING INTO WORDS If you just sit and look at one printed word for a little while it will seem to jump at you and the real peculiar- ity of its pronunciation, its meaning and its fitness will be impressed on your mind as never before. Flate, leather, leaf, dance why were those words chosen to mean exactly what they do mean? Of course, when we were children, we used to be told that the word zebra was invented just so the letter Z FOR SALE can pick an argument with her husband about blondes becoming extinct, or a candidate's chances, and the result is that she gets all the argument she wants without interfering in the least with her domestic happiness. Instead of panning one of her husband's associates' wives she can lam the harpoon into some dame who is is dragging her husband through the divorce courts, or she can grill the dramatic critic who doesn't like a certain show as much as she does. She can voice an opinion about a bit of news and throw more of a scare into her husband than if she tried to crown him with the goldfish. Women read the papers more carefully than men do. At least this is the consensus of opinion in newspaper circles, where a close tab is kept on the tastes of people and the things that interest people. BEAUTY A COMMUNITY ASSET There are three phases of communindustrial ity development-commerciaand residential. The normal community directs its development through all three lines and the third suffices for the suburban colony, but no center of population can afford to neglect that third department of community growth. Because a city, town or village is primarily a place in which man can find comfort and happiness, that community fails to accomplish its purpose when it neglects the residential for the industrial and commercial. Does Tremonton appreciate the value of attractive homes and beautiful residential sections as a community asset, and is it taking the fullest advantage of its possibilities in this direction? It should be a place of which the tourist will sav, "I would like to live here." Is it? Man, in common with the lower animals, builds his home where he finds his food, it is true, but because he is a "higher animal" he discriminates between two places equally provident in mere sustenance. So the communl, ity that would attract home-make- rs An FOR SALE Binder, Cut 80 acres. John Heaton. Bargain. Call 60.0-2- . 45p FOR SALE Gleaner Combine, cheap. U. M. Hunsaker, Plymouth, Phone 44J-1- . 44tf - I StPECOAL DRESSES FOR RENT Two rooms. inquire, Mrs. Walter Wyatt, phone 58.0-1- . tf CASH PAID For Dead and Useless Cows and horses. Reverse call tf-i- l Brigham 493J2. BABY CHICKS of the heavy varieties for sale now. Call F. B. Barlow, 39 Friday and Saturday. Will buy veal, cows and hogs. Phone 44J1. Garland 36tf FOR SALE Team of Good Young horses, weight 1460 and 1500 lbs. 41 Murrey Hill, El wood, Utah. PLENTY OF MONEY to lend on the right kind of real estate. NOR MAN LEE, Brigham City. 7tf 74-a-- 2, g GOOD BUILDING LOTS For Sale. Some right in town, others two blocks out. Also two homes for sale. Call Leader office. Choose One or Two to r g FOR SALE Good building lime Utah-Idah- o $12.00 per ton. Sugar t,o., Garland, Utah. 18tfd fMwPl ' fSMI i J ! gg WILL TRADE A for cow or heifer. Delbert Holmes, 544-- .. er NIKa two-thir- Va jf j j jj j : A very special purchase brings of them to you at about what they would usually cost! I fc. bailer Call or write, Brigham, City horse-pow- To tuck m your week"end bag or to f m that gap in your summer ward robe these clever little frocks will make any occasion more fun ! Mostly silk crepes and georgettes in both the cool, light pastel tints and more formal deeper tones. FOR RENT Good pasture for horses. Apply M. L. Hunsaker, Phone 96.a-- 4 44 -- , Round Out Your Vacation TAXI and STAGE Between Dewev, Tremonton and Garland. Call Bell Phone 60. 42tf ds -- M 45p HARVESTER FOR SALE. 9 ft. cut. Fair condition, a real snap at J250.00. See L. . J. Hansen, Phone McCor-mick-Deerin- r 'Sa "" r 3 :. 5.y-4- FOR SALE Native Black Currants at Starlin Stanfill. Phone 14.1-5-- 5. - tf. FOR SALE Crystal Ice Box. New. must have more to offer than just A Bargain, Call 25.a-l- . 44 employment. One way to build Tremonton in size LOST Black suit case containing and prosperity is to strengthen its mans suit, silk dresses and other claim to the titles of "the city beauti- articles between Tremonton and ful' and the "city of homes." Thursday night. Will Finder notify E. C. Nielson on the J. W Francom farm or call this office. LITTLE COMPETITION One of America's most successful NOTICE TO CREDITORS men, out of cynicism or hard experEstate of Mary Melinda Ault, deience, has said that only one man in 50 renders intelligent serviue. Another ceased. Creditors will present claims with industrial leader has even less faith in man as a beast of burden for he vouchers to the undersigned at his contends that there are 99 who lack residence in Garland, Utah, on or beintelligent enthusiasm and a sincere fore the 12th day of November, A. D. desire to serve, to every one that is 1929. T. A. Carter, Administrator of the eager and ambitious, conscientious Estate of Mary Melinda Ault, and courageous. If it is true that the average workdeceased. r, duty-dodger is a and B. C. Call, Attorney for Administrator is otherwise inefficient incompetent, Date of first publication, July 11, 1929 that knowledge is worth money to men NOTICE TO CREDITORS and women with that inherent or acquired genius for doing good work. Estate of H. C. Sanders, Deceased. Creditors will oresent claims with It is their cue to put everything into a field in which little competition will vouchers to the undersigned at her be encountered. residence in Tremonton, Utah or to And what of the ninety and nine? B. C. Call, her attorney, at Brigham They fool nobody, unless it be them- City, Utah on or before the 18th day selves. They are not "getting away of October, A. D. 1929. with murder." They hurt their emGERTRUDE SANDERS, ployer and their fellow workers, but Administratrix with Will annexed of Estate of H. C. Sanders, Deceased. they hurt themselves more. A man must make good or make B. C. Call, Attorney for Administraroom go forward or drop back. There trix. Date of 1st publication, July 11, 1929 El-wo- clock-watche- er It Costs You Many Dollars National Cash Register, latest model. Light Oak finish. Call READ NEWSPAPERS 44 The woman who knows her paper 93.0.1. from the date line to the want ads 1 ...'fa- ' f Tre-inonto- Acre To Fight NOXIOUS WEEDS Not to Mention the Reduced Crop Yields on Land Which is Badly Infested with Weed Growth NOTICE FOR BIDS The Board of County Commissioners of Box Elder County, will receive bids up until 2 o'clock P. M. Monday, August 5th, 1920, for furnishing to Box Elder County the following: bridge plank: 8.000 feet 3x12-1long 17,000 feet 3x12-1long f.o.b. Tremonton, Utah Said plank must be furnished to the standard specifications of the County covering bridge plank, copies of which may be obtained from the County Clerk by prospective bidders, upon application. 6 8 BOARD OF COUNTY -- WEEDS CAN BE CONTROLLED For further information consult your county agricultural agent, or write the Utah Agricultural College, Logan, Utah Tremonton Banking Co. Published by this bank in cooperation with the Agricultural Committee of the Utah Bankers' Association lfii&& IsSwto&v 1 IsWOc, I cSSSgS s 1 It I modern mss wears simple, more tailored vm- derthings for summer days . . achieving com- -" wth no sacrtfice Ife e y cP" SkIS? jCoy BSSC yr Wjfte I slips . . .. brief slim straight tailored ban- - deaux . . all chosen with an eve economy, beauty and practicability. fr tWM- i JjfeSJf Comfortable band top step-in- s 4 J rr k; m jjj Jp mlTI Tfi VV I L ' ' J I V I I ' DeChine French Panties - Costume Slips COMMISSIONERS. T. L. Davis, Israel Sunsaker, Jr. NOTICE that by proper methods 1 J I h fif m igis j?g m M ig G. G. .Sweeten. Experiments conducted by the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station have shown conclusively '' Since the warm weather has arrived, I percvieve that many people are allowing their spring water to go to waste. Many people allow the water to run in order to get a fresh drink, thinking ice is being saved, however, ice does not cost as much as the water which they waste. As July and August are our hottest Wm&:VM Dance Sets WMzzZ Gowns EWi-- kJl I $2.95 WE GIVE &C M afm m$m DISCOUNT STAMPS 0 and lowest water months, please re frain from wasting the water, and kindly see that the taps and toilets are free from leaks. If attempts are not made to prevent this waste, other measures will have to be taken. T. P. Meister, Water Master The average man worries a lot more over being wrong if he discovers he has lost some money. While there is no fool like an old fool, one doesn't hear so much about it if he has less than a million. It's a small world but a large universe, what with stars 250,000,000 miles in diameter being invisible to the naked eye. A woman's idea of a hopeless fool is a man who praises some other woman. Even in sewing our wild oats many of us expect someone else to do the digging for us. Many a car that closely resembles a "for sale" ad has a horn as loud as the front page. It is just as easy to let others make a fool of you as to do it yourself and takes less effort. A homely girl may be clever and all that, but the average girl prefers not to be clever at that price. In order to be happily married a girl might try marrying a fellow so homely that no other girl wants him. i Police promotion in Boston depends When the talkies get around to. upon physicial prowess. It might pay historical romances we'll learn whew mase a uuie allowance for brains. ther the such dying great really latest bandit fad is to take girl things as "Don't give up the said ship." friends along when staging holdups. Feminity, it appears, provides moral What Is A Mother? support. The only woman a man can trust Mussolini, according to the fascist is his mother," remarked a jilted code, is always right. This would be swain recently. fine if there were enough fascist codes Remember, buddy, your mother was to go around. once a flapper, trusted by your dad The sexes will not be equal until and there are many future "mothers" the prospective bride is asked if she in the matrimonial sea who can support the bridegroom as well as uncaught will turn out to be one hundred per dad has been doing it. cent pure gold. Try again.