|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Bear River Valley Leader|
BEAR H1VEK VALLKY LEADER. IN REGULAR SESSION TREMONTON CHURHES The Board of County Commissioners of Box Elder County met in session, Monday the 18th day of May. 11)14. Road Commissioner I). P. Burt, appeared and asked the Board to finish graveling the lane running The north by the Wilson farm. He was further request granted. reported that there was about mile of road on the extreme north end of the Call's Fort Road district that should be graded. He was instructed to have the same graded. The following bids were received for repairs to the county jail. The t Construction Co., $3,694.00, for plan No. 1; 1.790.00 for plan No. 2; Stimp- on Equipment Co., $4,200.00 for dan No. 1 and $600 for erecting ame; Pauly Jail Co., $4,087.00 for plan No. 1, and $1,494.00 for plan" No. 2; also $379 for padded Methodist Episcopal. services each alternate Preaching Sunday morning at 11:150 o'clock a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 10:30 a. in. ewch Sunday. Prayer service eaefi Wednesday evening ut 7:30. Ke". . Thos. Manwaring, ' Pastor. Baptist. Sunday school o'clock a. m. each Sunday at 10 one-ha- lf Latter Day Saints. Sunday School each Sunday at 10:30 m.; Public worship at 2 each Sunday afternoon; priesthood meeting at 9 a. m. Sunday morning; Mutual Improvement meeting at 7:30 in the evening.. a. Patterson-Burghard- German Apostolic. . Public worship each Sunday at 9;30 Rev. Henry Baer, Pastor. m. at the Evangelistic meetings 1 a. m. church Sunday Baptist Alfalfa or Brush subject, "Saije Christians?" Sunday School address to all the Sunday Schools of Tremdnton, 3 p. in. by Sirs. John Theme for 8 p. m. McAllister. ' Bed-too The Short, the Covering too is arrow." Street meeting Good singing special 7:30 p. ni. music. Come. . UTILE BOY IS SERIOUSLY INJURED Saturday last, while driving will) his father in an open buggy on his farm in White's Valley, the r son of Israel of out the was thrown vehicle and sustained dangerous and painful wounds on the head. An nmberella was being held by the boy. and it slipped and fell forward frightening the team, which dashed forward, overturning the buggy and throwing the lad forcibly to the ground. Dr. J. R. A. Whitlock of this city was called and found the lad suffering from two severe scalp wounds, one over the right eye and another on the top of the head. The wounds were dressed and the boy is getting along nicely according to the last information at hand. seven-year-ol- d Hun-sake- plant having been the clerk va: instructed to write heretofore referred to Chairman hitn to repair the and Auto Route but not to expend any "Blai kburn for investigation on the mad between Rosette and chairman the 'report, the report of was presented and accepted, and Park VaUej at Present. A communication the request for the opening of the from 11. s. road granted, and the Surveyor in Rice, with reference to certain trueted to furnish the County At right ni way for road in Bast Car- torney with a description of the! t&nd was presented, and referred right of way running through the to Commissioner Cottle? for further I property of Adolph Nelson, Mrs. explanation. Communication from the Slate Lars Nelson. Wilford Reeder, John llillstroin. Salt Lake Security Road Commissioner asking the and Trust Co., and the Hammond Board to appropriate 13600 for Canal Co.. so that the deeds may State road construction, was pre- be prepared and executed for the sented and upon consideration such approptiatian was made, to right of way. The county survey or was in- be used in the building of a eott structed to plat all unplatted erete arch over the Bear River canal at Tremonton, and a bridge over county roads. A committee of the Ogden Pub the Malad rier mar Plymouth, licity Bureau met and asked the and a bridge across the Bear liner Board to appropriate one half of near Plymouth. the cost of placing posts along the lift communication from ('has. H. new state highway running through Urt asking the Board tor permis-s'Box Elder county. Upon motion to change a road, was prethe request was granted. setted, and upon consideration in Stohl Heber appeared sup request was granted, providing port of petitions of residents, of tuat t be parties interested shall Tremonton, "(jarland, Snowville, place the road on the east side of and Howell, and asked the Board their inclosure and dra road to dig a well somewhere between on the north and on the east and Blind Springs and the head of south, to connect up with the Blue Creek to accommodate the oia roan ami out rne same in nass- traveling public. The matter was able condition. A communication deferred for further consideration from ManuA petition of residents of Park facturer's association with to exhibit of Box Elder Valley and Curlew precints. asking the Board to consolidate certain county in the Vermont Bldg., was precincts in the western part of presented and referred to the Box Elder county, was prsented ouuty Horticultural Inspeeter to deferred see that the same is brought up to and after consideration until the next meeting of the date. Board. Communication from Deputy Commissioner Roche presented Road Commissioner L. I). Barnes, a resolution providing for the with reference to roads in the consolidation of certain precincts Stanrod road district, was presentin the western part of Box Elder ed and the clerk instructed to county and moved its adoption. write him with reference to the Blackburn voted same. and Conley It is ordered by the' Board that the Roche voted resolution; against the funds received from the Forfor it. An agreement between Box est Reserve be placed in the funds Llder county and Abe Rose for provided by law. moving fence from right of way of Marriage Licenses. county road was presented and Within the last week, the folaccepted. licenses have A communication from Deputy, lowing marriage issued 7np"fi by the count clerk. Road Commissioner i. W. Palmer, Lanas Phillips, Ogden. and with reference to the repairing of Anna Jensen, Brigham ; Thomas certain roads in 'the Park Valley W. Phelps and Mrs Nellie Tracy, r aid district was presented, and Ogden. the COMMISSIONERS MEET DlRoECTORj,r bell. T. W. Whi taker, submitted bid for remodeling building of $494. The Board decided to defer the awarding the contract until the next meeting of the board. Deputy Road Commissioner T. P. Meister, asked the Board to grade a half mile of road running west through the southeast corner of Sec 6, Tp. 11 North, Range 3 West. The request was granted. J. C. Frederiekson stated that the farmers were willing to donate half the work on the road near the Model Farm in the Malad Road district. After due consideration the proposition was accepted and the clerk instructed to notify the road commissioner of Malad of the action of the board. Alfred Jensen, a resident of Bear River Road District No. 2 asked the Board to either have ome clay or gravel hauled on the road immediately north of the cement arch over Salt Creek. This to a committee matter was referred of the Board for investigation. Bert Johnson, et al, appeared and asked the Board to appoint a The matCounty Bee Inspector. was for ter deferred the present. The opening of a road west of ; Trans-continent-al . Your Sunday Dinner. The Ladies' Aid Society will bold a food sale. Saturday, afternoon. May 23d, at Cephart's store. Miss Rosamond Larsen Millinery and Dressmaking the e We give a Coupon given with each dollar cash purchase. 25-vot- FOR COUPON ASK news. cooooooo -Farm Loans- - zKmomomomomomo 1 First Mortgage. Prompt loans on Bear River farms, at the prevailing rate of interest. Provide for Valley Tremonton, Utah A. D. McGuire, the future by purchasing a contract in the National Mercantile Company Hetter m refer-onc- donated by Come, buy your Sunday dinner; ave tune and worry. Bead The Leader for Ladies' Hat Value $7 11th Prize I9 thau pek CENT life insurance, or other forms of investment MONTY A contract in the National Mercantile will provide money for you per CENT Company To Build a Home To Buy a Home To Buy a Farm To Go into Business To pay off your present mortgage at a higher rate. And you repay it per cent interest.- in monthly payments, with only 3 I represent the United States fidelity and Guaranty Co., and can bond you, no matter what "kind of a bond you may need. Accident, Burglary, Plate Glass, Liability, and utomobile e Policies Bargains in Farm and City Property DO YOU WANT A HOME, I have for sale a neat little cottage of three rooms, wired for lights, on lot 50x150, choice location in Can sell for $550, pav $125 down, balance Tremonton: in easy monthly or quarterly payments. Why pay rent. Buy this and "own A good investment at the price. something. I have for sale one of the choice BUSINESS PROPERTY. business properties of the city, good corner location: now paying good Part cash and part time. interest on investment. f V IA fa m o I have listed with me a 480 acre tract of;dry Ranch, in the very heart of the of the valley. Ahout 100 acres 1ir heen cultiva ted, from which large crops of alfalfa, and 40 bushels of wheat to the Wire fence around most of it, and has good acre were harvested. Will sell for $20 per acre, part spring and good well on the place. time and part cash. This is a good hargain for one who wants to farm on an extensive scale. DRY LAND land in Park Valley, Hrv farmincr section had near the Jones FARM An exceptionally finelittle farm ladjoining city of Some 3(5 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. ...... & & If you want real music, perfect shading of tone and absolute control of touch, no piano player will satisfy ycu but the Flexotone Soloist Players Hazel Dawn "Tout," Utah's Pride who is charming the musical world with her belutiful voice says: GENTLEMEN The most interesting feature of lour Haines Bros, Flexotone Piayer to me is the wonderful simplicity of the expression devices. To think that such a simple method should enable one to play so effectively and with' so much personal feeling is a matter for : mutual congratulation. Yours cordially, IIA2E It ! 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-4-ro- om house, cement cellar, large lot, 75 bearing trees, $10 a month. Flexotone Soloist Player Pianos Installed in Wendell Pianos Sons, Haines Bros., and Marshall Chickering v DAWN mm Be sure and hear the Flexitone play, Friday, May 22, at Methodist Church, Tremonton, 8:30 p. m. GLEN BROS. ROBERTS PIANO CO., Ogden mm Sole Agents for Flexotone Players V !