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Bear River Valley Leader Supplement. VOL. TREMOMTON, 1 Corinne Mr. r'alloon of the Utah Power Co. was in town last week making measurements at various points along the river preparatory to the installation of pumps to be operated by electricity. Mrs. Ed Parker was in Brigham last Thursday. Mrs. Drake of Bear River Can- 3'on arrived Saturday for a visit here. Maude Allen, who secured the Berkley scholarship last summer and who has been attending Berkley College returned home for the summer vacation Saturday. Pat Harlin of Ogden came home Sunday for a visit with his mother. Miss This has been moving week for Corinne. Dave Hewlett has moved into his new home on Main street, Frank Older into the house he vacated, and Clarence Hobson into the house left by Mr. Older. UTAH, MAY Will Locate Here Jury is Drawn The following is a list of the names of those who were drawn and who will be summoned to serve on the petit jury for the May term of the District Court Brkiham P. M. Ahrenbach, Alfred Fawson, C. N. Christen-sen- , Anton C. Nelson, John Tingey, A. W. Compton, Jr., dens P. Larsen, John P. Christensen, Thaddeus Wight, Henry Thorn, H. J. Marble, L. N. Booths, Torrval Nelson. Wallace Burt, Henry Wagstaff. Okneva Rasmus Anders o n, Oluf Johnson. WlLLABD J. A. Ward, Win. Lowe. Bkak River City E rastiis N. C. Bishop, Peter Peterson, Pederson. Park VaLLEY J. V. Barlow. Snowviixe Win. Cottam. i Dkwkyville I. M. Smont, B. J. Record, John F. Knudson. Bink-eleTremonton Abraham E. T. J. Brown left Monday to Burns. transact business in Denver. (tarland E. Hrenkmann, Harry Boyd, Jos. be present Wednesday, May 21, bone and three hours were required at which time court will convene for its finding and removal. His for the trial of cases. life still hangs in the balance at thi writing. Wedding Bells. Vesta Ferry took the train for Colorado springs Tuesday. She goes for a visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. J. A. Yoeman and wife. Hanna Ellis went to Ogden Monday to visit Nellie McDaniels who used to live here. J. O. him. Tomorrow Miss Helen Virginia Hart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hart of near this city, leaves for Kansas City, Mo., where she will be married on next Wednesday, May 20th, to Mr. Ray C. Ward. Miss Hart is one of the valley's most accomplished young ladies and has many friends who will regret her leaving, but who will join in wishing her joy and happiness in her new home. Mr. Ward for a number of years made his home in the vicinity of this city. The couple will be at home after June 4th, at Tyro, Kansas. The Mothers' Day program at theM. E. church Sunday was well received. Miss Johanscn and Miss Darst sang a duet Miss Darst sang a solo entitled, "Mother Dear." J. Y. and Mrs. Ferry, Miss Darst and Bert Gilbert sang a quartette, Roll of Honor "Mother's Songs," and Harry The following have been enrollRecitations were also recited. ed as subscribers to The Leader given by the children, and quota- since our last issue: tions of tribute to mothers from D. A. Newburn, Hoopeston, great men were scattered through 111.; Chas. E. Foxley, St. Thomas, the audience and read. Nevada; Joseph Heusser, Dewey-villA social in honor of Principal Utah; H. E. Redelings, Neunenmker was given at the Par- Corinne, Utah; Fred A. Morford, sonage Monday night by the or- Howell, Utah; Miss Irma James, ganized S. S. Class which he Wayne, Neb. ; Sam Mortensen, bible Tremonton, Utah. teaches and the In spite class which he attended. Norwegin Celebration of the rain a good crowd Attended Each one time. Independence Day Salt Lake and had a good wished and Excursion City May brought whatever they a varied lunch was served. The tickets via Salt Lake Route on classes made him a present of a sale from all Utah stations on nice leather Utah pillow. He has alove dates. Qood returning unmany friends hen' who wish him til May 19th. Ask for tickets via Adv. well where he may teach next year. Salt Lake Route. "Lying-in-Hospita- l" In introducing Dr. Bland to the CELEBRATION N O R W A Y'S public, he will endeavor to have INDEPENDENCE him meet as many people as posANNIVERSARY sible before he leaves for his new home. Dr. Bland comes highly recommended, being a graduate of the School of Medicine of the university of Indiana. In addition he 8 Salt Lake May Excursions via Oregon Short Line. Tickets on sale from Utah points May 15, 16 and 17; from Idaho points May 14, 13 and 16. Limit, May 20th. See agents for has had special training in rates and further particulars. omomomoomomoo om-- 1G-1- - Farm Loans- First Mortgage. Prompt loans on Bear River Valley farms, at the prevailing rate of interest. A. D. McGuire, Tremonton, Utah Provide for the future by purchasing a contract in the National Mercantile Company Better thau life insurance, or other forms of investment cent MONEY CEN A contract in the National Mercantile will provide money for you 1 Company To Buy a Home To Build a Home To Go into Business To Buy a Farm To pay off your present mortgage at a higher rate. And you repay it in monthly payments, per cent interest. I represent the Tnited and can bond you, no may need. Accident, with only 3 States Fidelity and Guaranty Co., matter what kind of Burglary, Plate Glass, Liability, Policies a bond you and 'utomobile Bargains in Farm and City Property DO YOU WANT A HOMEi I have for sale a neat little cottage of three rooms, wired for lights, on lot 50x150, choice location in Can sell for $550, pay $125 down, balance in easy Tremonton: monthly or quarterly payments. Why pay rent. Buy this and "own A good investment at the price. something. Another splendid little cottage os 4 rooms, with bath room wired for lights, outbuildings, a lot of young apple trees, lot 50x140 feet. Will sell for $1,100, $400 cash, balance easy terms. FOR RENT trees, $10 a month. house, cement cellar, large lot, 75 bearing e, Mid-wee- k 11 in the of New York, and did special work in the St. Luke's hospital, New York, attended clinical lectures in surgery at the Herman hospital of Philadelphia and did surgical work under the renowned surgeon, John B. Murphy, of the Mercy hospital of Chicago. He is a member of the leading medical associations, among them the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States. obstetrics Pitt, who has been a practicing physician in this city for ten years, has disposed of his practice to Dr. Curtis Bland of (ireenburg, 111., and will remove to Portland, Oregon, where he will take up post graduate work, and also regular practice. Dr. Pitt is grateful for the experiences he has had here, and says they will be delightful memories to Dr. Jas. W. H. Holmes was operated on Jardine, Jos. Archibald. Coujnston J. J. White. for appendicitis Saturday. The The jurors will he required to to the back had grown appendix W. F. House left for San Francisco Monday on business connected with his property there. NUMBER 14. 1914. I have for sale one of the choice BUSINESS PROPERTY business properties of the city, good corner location; now paying good interest on investment. Part cash and part time. DRY LAND I have had listed with me a 480 acre tract of dry ltnd in Park Valley, near the Jones Ranch, in the very heart of the dry farming section of the valley. About 100 acres has been cultivated, from which large crops of alfalfa, and 40 bushels of wheat to the acre were harvested. Wire fence around most of it, and has good Will sell for $20 per acre, nart spring and good well on the place. time and part cash. This is a good bargain for one who wants to farm on an extensive scale. FARM An exceptionally fineHttle farm ladjoining city of Some 36 acres, with of house, barn sheds, young orchard, full water right and pure mountain water piped to the property for domestic use. Worth $5,000; will sell for $4,000. Corinne.