TAGE TWO BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1933 BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER Entered at Um Utah, r if u Postoffice at ORDINANCE NOTICE Tre-Mont- on, Second Class Ma- tter NOTICE TO CREDITORS James Walton. Editor and Publisher Published at Tremonton. Utah, on ESTATE OF WILLIAM HADFIELD, of each week. Thursday DECEASED Subscription Ratea Creditors will present claims with $2.00 vouchers to the undersigned at Grouse $1.00 Creek, Utah, on or before the 14th day .50 of September, A. D. 1933. GRACE V. HADFIELD, Administratrix of the estate of William Hadfield, Deceased. LEWIS JONES, Toe mh pUea la A U. S. Wi catalog ana advertiana' matter covetiac any line of bannaa Brigham City, Utah, or product can ba obtained Fro mad Without i SATURDAY SPECIALS On Tear, in advance Six Months, in advance SVree Months, in advance r Free to Public ' July 29 "MILK MAID" Loaves 3 Lge. Bread 9c Atty for admix. Obligation is tka Aim fan InduMnal Unary. Write tor Buaiaaat AdSrcrtimnt Matter yon ar inter orted in; aanta will ba promptly forwat U4. Date of first publication, July A. D. 1933. Date of last publication, August 10, A. D. 1933. AMERICA! IIDBtTRUL LIBRAIT KAlnaria BaiUIa, Ckla4o.UUaU Lb. 13, Watermelon 2c Can Notice to Creditors To Your Town 3 well 8$ Golden Corn ESTATE OF H. LYMAN MARBLE, DECEASED to your Country Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at Brigham City, Utah on or before the 25th PATRONIZE YOUR day of September, A. D. 1933. LOCAL MERCHANTS LEWIS JONES, Brigham City, Utah Atty, for Executor. B. H. JONES, Executor of the Estate of H. Lyman Marble, Deceased, Date of first publication, July 13, SPITE of the fact that the mass called by the mayor for the A. D. 1933. Date of last publication August 10, purpose of discussing the new Indus trial recovery act had been widely ad- A. D. 1933. vertised, there were less than 30 peo ple in attendance. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS In times past other such gatherings as this have been held and the city State of Utah, Office of State Road council have gone ahead and used their Commission, Salt Lake City, bast judgment in carrying out certain Utah, July 20, 1933 street projects only to find that on the corners they were being criticized by Sealed bids will be received by the nersons who do and did not attend Road Commission of Utah, State State such meetings. Salt Lake City, Utah, at 2 Capitol, lack of It is to be hoped that the m. Friday, August 4th, 1933, o'clock p. interest shown in the meeting refer- and at that time publicly opened for of the red to above is not indicative of an oil mix surfaced lack of cooperation and interest in the construction Box Elder County the same beroad in supreme effects that are being put & E ing N. R. H. Projects No. 109-forth by the President of the United between Snowville and Idaho the State for national States and his Line on U. S. 30-recovery and in the spirit of cooperaThe length of road to be constructed tion with the government movement and for the benefit and good of tne or improved is 25.393 miles, and the eitizens of this community that the principal items of work are approxi , mately as follows: 14,400 bbls. Appli-mayor and city council have shown in cation of Oil and 25.393 Miles Scaritheir efforts to take advantage and work in harmony with this most fying and Mixing. The attention of bidders is directed worthy act. to the Special Provisions covering sub broadest the is Community spirit or assigning the contract and and deepest human interest and the letting to the use of Domestic Materials. comit Without final helpfulness. The minimum wage paid to all skill munities smoulder and die. We do not ed labor employed on this contract their for want to criticize the public shall be 60 cents per hour. apparent lack of interest m this meetThe minimum wage paid to ail unwho those commend ing but we do labor employed on this contract skilled found time to attend to this public be 50 cents per hour. shall a duty, as a citizen and trust that Skilled and unskilled labor shall not civic to projects be greater awakening permitted to work more than eight may be realized in the future. hours in any one day and not mort oOo than forty hours in any one week. Plans and specifications are on file in the office of the State Road Commission, Salt Lake City, and at District Engineer's office at Ogden, Utah, where they may be reviewed by prosare coming NUMEROUS reports that thieves are ac- pective bidders. Specifications, pro tive in stealing the farmer's grain, posal, bidding blanks and plans will his poultry and other belongings. be furnished at Salt Lake City, on deThere appears in the Want Ad column positing $2.00, which will be returned, of this issue an advertisement re- providing contractor submits an acquesting the settlement of some grain ceptable bid and returns the plans within seven days after bids are restolen from a Bothwell farmer. In this instance, the party was iden- ceived. Any additional information tified and no doubt will be brought to may be secured at the office of the State Road Commission. Each bidder justice if he does not settle. must submit a letter from an approvto have been compelled Farmers ed surety company guaranteeing to on sons men and hired their place guard over their products and in some furnish said bidder with required bond. instances could no doubt have shot The right to reject any or all bids is down the offender but they have been reserved. Cash, certified check, or cashier's men of christian and righteous ideals and would not wish to harm or hurt check for five per cent of total amount their neighbor, in some instance of bid made payable to the State Road where their neighbors have been the Commission must accompany each bid as evidence of good faith and a guaroffenders. Surely no man is justified in allow antee that if awarded the contract, the ing anyone to enter his premises and bidder will execute the contract and carry away the fruits of his honest give bond as required. toil without protecting it to the las STATE ROAD COMMISSION, limit. W. J. PARKER, By Let the offenders beware. There Chairman. always comes a day of reckoning. H. S. KERR, Chief Engineer, tl. Community Spirit. IN r 9c Dos. Large, Fancy Lemons 25c Broken Sliced Pineapple No. ... 15c - Market Specials Stealing of Grain AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND SECTION 267 OF CHAPTER 17 ORDINANCE OF TREMONTON CITY, RELATING TO MATERIAL TO BE CONIN BUILDINGS USED STRUCTED WITHIN THE FIRE LIMITS OF SAID CITY. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL: 1. That Section 267, Chapter 17, Ordinance of Tremonton City is hereby amended to read as follows: Sec. 267. Material to be used. It shall be unlawful, within said limits to erect any building, the outer walls of which will, in whole or in part, be constructed of any material other than brick, rock or cement; except so much as may be necessary for doors, window frames, sash and shutters. The roofs of all such buildings hereafter erected, or hereafter replaced on existing build ings within said fire limits aforesaid, shall be covered with metal or other incumbustible material. Each building shall be separated from each other by a partition wall of brick, rock or cement, not less than nine inches thick from front to rear, and from the foundation to not less than IS inches above the roof, so as to sepa rate any connection of wood batween said building and any other building. 2. This ordinance shall take effect upon its passage, approval and pub lication. Done at Tremonton City this 21st day of July, A. D. 1933. Quality Meats in Our Sanitary Market -- - Lb. Boiling Meat 7c 7 Lamb Stew 7c LAMB Lb. ... 10c Lb. Lamb Chops 10c Lb. 12c Bologna tl. Ma-la- F CLRSKAGGS Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Grover ask. Weber canyon and Grandaddy lakes. Leroy Atkinson, in company with other young people spent the 24th of July at Bear Lake. Fourteen boy scouts of the first patrol, with their scout master, Paul Larson, left Wednesday morning to spend several days in Blacksmith Fork canyon. i- -i m r- i r. JOB-FRE- E With Refill of Hyvis Oil Saturday Only HARRIS SERVICE STATION Mrs. David Larson jgpac Maai FOR ICE Beverages & Goal hree -- BESSINGER BROS. TREMONTON, UTAH -- : 36 : Should be Stopped. IN ." lady writes to say that she does not understand why an car does not cost more to run than a car with fewer cylinders. She refers to my statement that our Ford -8 develops more power on a gallon of gas than any car we have made. does not mean the addition of two or four The use of engine extra fuel consumers. It is not, for example, a the fuel takes Our supply of an engine multiplied by two. engine and divides it eight ways. And why? ordinary By reducing four larger explosions into eight smaller ones, we get indicate the way the engine smoothness and quietness. gas is used, not the amount . It is just the difference between going upstairs in four long jumps or in eight ordinary steps. bad engine design and useless car weight. Two things use up gas Besides having an engine that gets a high percentage of power out of the fuel, the Ford -8 has a light, strong body and chassis so that no power is wasted in moving excess weight. The only extravagance about the new Ford -8 engine is in the building of it. The extravagance is ours the economy is yours. The whole question of car economy needs clearing up. An economical car gives economy all round. Price, operation, upkeep, all play their part. If what you save on gas you lose elsewhere, that is not economy. As to upkeep, our dealers say that in recest years the improved quality of Ford cars has cut down their repair business 50 per cent. As to price with quality, judge for yourself. As to economy, here is the record of a stock car three weeks out of shop in Oklahoma: On a run of 10,054 miles at the rate of 1,000 miles a day the Ford Not a of -8 gas. drop of water was added gave 18.8 miles per gallon was once The in 1,000 miles. oil to the radiator. changed a answer lot of questions. That should A 1 BPS " V- Pi! inder Eight-cylind- ers V- V- 7 ....WANTXOLUAIN.. FIELDING t Mrs. Dan Garn FOR SALE 20 acres choice irrigated :x: land, located within two miles of Mrs. Kaloh Grover entertained the Blackfoot Will sell at a bargain. members of the Social Development See James Walton, phones 23 or club Thursday afternoon. The enter 39.a-tainment committee had charge and conducted some lively and interesting TWO PERSONS saw a certain car gar.es. Irizes were awarded. Lunch drive off I. D. Newman's farm with eon was served. Mr. and Mrs. John I.aub announce 10 sacks of wheat. If the party who took this wheat does not come the marriage of their son. Merril. to Miss Faunice Larson of Garland, which . and settle for it before the next of this paper their names will took place in Ogden, Wednesday, July be published and they will be prose 19. Iney will make their home in Tremonton. cuted. tip Mr. and Mrs. Truman Jensen and FOR SALE Pie cherries. Call Geo. sons of San Francisco. California, were visitors at the home of J. H. Laub, A Beal, Bell telephone, 37 J 4. Friday. During the nast week Mr. and Mrs. WILL BUY live useless horses. See Frank Cannon had as their sruests. their daughter, Mrs. Anna C. Gilbert, Ricy Anderson, Tremonton. Carl G. Bryner. Hvrum Grause and FREE Estimate on painting and sons of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. paperhanging. Our guarantee is Walter Cheal. Mrs. Annie Gi bert of reaL Call August Nussbaum, phone Corinne. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clavton 77.0-tf. and children of Rupert, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Garn of Oeden. CASH PAID For Dead and Useless and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Garn spent the Covs and horses. Reverse call past week in Idaho and Yellowstone tf41 rark. JSrigbam 493J2 l. is-6- V- 7-- 1. 7-- 6 LADY'S LETTER ANSWER TO A July 24th. 1933 41 It r I SE& I pi 4 ac- companied their daughter, Hazel and Martin Riser, to Malad City, Wednes day of last week where the young people were married by Dr. Mabey of that city. The party continued on to Soda Springs, all returning next day except Mr. Riser, whose work detains him for some time. Congratulations are extended to the newlyweds. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Larson, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Northman" of Garland, spent the week end up -- LEWIS BRENKMAN, City Recorder. The Misses Rhoda, Marie and Clarissa Larson and Messrs Norman, Lewis and Glen Larson returned Sunday from an extensive motor trip of twenty-tdays duration. They traveled as far east as Chicago where they were guests of relatives for a week, who made their visit both pleasant and profitable by taking them to places of interest besides the Century of Progress exposition, where they spent the major part of the week. They followed the Lincoln highway to Chicago but returned by way of Canada, going as far north as Winnipeg, thence through the procinc-e- s of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, visiting at Cardston, then to Montana, coming by way of Glaciar National Park into Idaho and home. day it wass. lj n n n a rr S IP E C I A L npp 3 the 24th of July. Mrs. Sophia Larson accompanied Mr and Mrs. Ruel Nielsen of Idaho Falls to Logan Saturday to spend the day with Mrs. Marie Anderson whose birth FREE GREASE EAST GARLAND 10c Lb. Shoulder Roast ties, beautiful scenery, wonderful modern buildings and the interesting and educational features of the exposition, but were glad to return to their homes in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Korth and members of the family are spending part of the week visiting relatives in Charleston. The six older boy scouts returned Wednesday from their week's vacation to Yellowstone Park and report Having had an enjoyable trip. Miss Verneta Adams entertained at a costume party, Thursday evening. Bunco was the main diversion. Chester Atkinson was awarded the prize for the best costume. Scout Master Paul Larson entertained the first patrol of troop 135 at his home Tuesday evening where a jolly time was had playing games and partaking of refreshments. Mrs. Ellwood Bingham of Twin Falls is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Korth. d The local baseball team went to on the 24th where they met the famous players from that city in an experience game from which no doubt the boys gained some good pointers, Mayor. ATTEST: Lb. Pot Roasts j The Misses Eva and Ardes Adams The journey covered nearly five thous and miles. They saw many large ci- visited in Brigham City and Logan on ISRAEL HUNSAKER, JR., BEEF D S. 1 , !