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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 February 1898

H Beware of " cheap " bak- H .ihg powders. Alum makes H good medicine but bad food. H Ask your doctor. ou H Wo wish to cull attention to Sea. 110 H of tho ordinances of this city Cruelty t H A dmals." This Sec. is being violated H fceninour city. Our attention wn H called to this on Friday when n certain H man was beating nil horse moat un- H mercifully at the noon hour as the child- H Tin wore leaving scIimJ. and tno little H once became very much excited. The H .eachcr complained to us. and felt some- H thing should be done to bring such men H to justice. To let men know they can- m n jt use stay chains to beat their animals H t j death, without laying themselves li- H able to the law wo herewith publish the H Sec. of tho otdinance. B Cruelty to Animals H Every person who overdrives, over- B loads, drives when overloaded, over- H -works, tortures torments, deprives of m necessary sustenance, cruely beats, mut- m ilnte or cruelly killi, or causes or pro- B cures to be overdmeu, ove...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 February 1898

H a "" " H School Department. M ' ALIKDA StKWAUT, Editou H THIS MYBTEltY OtC LAST ISSUE SOLVED. H On thoeVtfniiigoiFeb.il, our teacher, H . G . N. Guild, waJ in tho kitchen rending H r 'whou he wa notified by his wife that B '' 'Truateo (nduie desired to sec him in the dining room. With the laiut in one H Jiand and the uowapupur in the uttier to H ' be confronted, not by Mr, (jaudie, bul H byauout 45 meiubeia of Ills echool w liu H ijiioiueu wim u loud voice, "suiprioe.' H aIJu came nearly dropping to tnu Hour,' -' .however, order wau hooii obtained m.d " Mr. Guild was piesented with n silk handkerchiet nniue 01 Utah silk, aito u ., hi f pin. JSir. Child exreBS.'d apprca H lion oi ihe good will utiuwu and tlie ' iokens pleaunted. The evening was I apuntiu Hinging, reciting, playing games I . ..and eating picnic. A gay mood was I cnari;cteriauo uf tnu evening ana pleasant memories of the event 'will I ever linger with all who were piesent. We acknowledge the receipt ot bom .rate spec...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 February 1898

H . TH'E"LBHI-BAN"NRR i B Lohl. Dtah County, Utah. - B ' ', " , ' H ' LiEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. - - B Mayor John S. Willie. B Councilmen J aintB Allred, Andrew B A. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel B Taylor, Georgo H. Smith. . ,w, B Recorder Edward Southwick. B 'Treasurer T. F. Trane. B , Marshal Joseph A. 'Thomas B . City Justice John WoodhouBe. B 'School Trustees- B James B. Gaddie, John L. Gibb, John H B. Rosa. B Advertisement! in (Am column Ten cents per B int firtt Inttrtlm, flvectntt per Una eath addl B lenaUmertion. H Tuesday, Ecd. 22 J 808. B :this. that and the other H GOO carpet tacks for" 5c at the Co op. B Business is not what it should he, so B say the merchants. m JumcsEvansintendsmoving to Oregon B in the near future. B Louis Garff has had a' telephone put in B -'his eto.ro. H Candy pail 15c each 2 for 25c at the B Coop. B -Houses, of the right kind, to rent are B very scarco in town. B Hitye you seen that beautiful Delf B granite ware at the, Co op. B The most becomin...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

Thirty ,,0tah H 1 0 :, v H 1 ; -- The Lehi Banner: I . W ". ' V0L7 lHl, UTA.H. .T CTJSD A.V . MA. ROBE 11898- 3STO'37 H 1 ft i feJ Effects of a Sugar Factory. pft. s " Befoio tho Sugar factory va8 built, ' ' 1ft ' j, 'Luhl, Utah, was a very ordinary settle- m v meat; its picturesque surroundings nnd ft r ' firtlo soil did not mnku a murkot for the Jr farmers' products, and up to the date of . the establishment of the sugar factory " wmkt' there was little more than a bare living iffgL 'or the farmer; ho had no bank ac- w-wti 'count, liia taxes wero not always paid " SWr" ' s .promptly, ho owned no comfortable car. J an - 'riago or pleasant vehicle, his lines were U Wkr hard and unpromising as is too true in S; 'the case of all outlaying farming v ill -ImL asos' no muttor wbcro they are locatedi I9 But th sugar factory came. A cash Hft -mark-H it a fixed price, was given him IlK" 'for his beets. Seven years have passed ' IBI A bank with 700 depositors exists, large- tllflt ly fanners...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

H Council Proceedings, l Last Thursday night tho city council H met in special session to transact some necessary business. B Mayor WiliiB whs in the chir with nil tlte council present. T. l' Traiio asked that license foi Missionary bull be remitted but it wnt- H . Jiot granted B. W. Ross also asked that the licensi for M. I. A ball for tho library be re inittcd which was granted. The police couitniiteu made a repor which dispenses with the services 01 H JohnJD. Woudhouso us special police and provides fur extra police when needed at a nominal turn. The report was adopted. The report of tho linnnce committee showed that the city treasury needed reptet.ishing and recommended that the Mayor bonow $50') to be used in H lubricating the municipal machine This wb unanimously agreed to- ' Tho barber shops sent in a petition about Sunday work which ws laid on tho table. The judiciary commilteo made a re- port favoring a tevisioii of the license H rateu for entertainments which vn8 H agreed ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

ii ( if ' ' If - I Why He Fores wore Cards. 2 T1IREB ESCAPES THAT INDUCED A X , AUN T0 Q,VE Vp fOKt-H. ' f T DON'T care to play," oaid the qulot ' JL little man in tho smoking oom-' partment on the first croning of the ., trip eastward from San Francisco. Thero were only four men on the ear who had v thus far shown signs of being com- pnnionablc, and he was one of the four. They had dined and were en joying thoir cigars together. The- talk was desultory nud amounted to little. One proposed a game of cards, and two of the others ' were ready, but the little man declined. v The pause that followed was a little 1,1 . awkward. They did not even know one .- , another by name, and the wording of ' the refusal scent 2 curt. The little man seemed to realize this, for after a mo- J ' incut of silence he continued: '' ' "Nothing would hard given mo great er pleasure a year ago than to join you f , in gumo of poker. In fact, nothing would givo me greater pleasuro now, ' Tjut I am dono with car...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

m -. ,h;e 'JlagIti, B annep H By Tho Lohi Publishing' Company B DIREUTORS. H , ; Qeo?.qk Weud, President. H James IIauwood, Vice-1'rosUlont. B W..E. llAGKUlt, SAMU&b TAYIiOU, B Walter L. Weiiu. B (WE. Ragkkh, Sue. and Tros. B Walter L. Webb, Editor. B S1.5Q JJ. Year, H Notice op DisconiIkoancb. The Banner H sent to subscribers until an explicit order is H eceived by us, and all pay m tut of arrearages is H made, as required by law. Th : courts invariably B hold a subscriber rcsjKjt. ible to the publisher B or the subscription price u. ull papers received BBBs until 'che paper is paid lor In full up to date and B ordered dlscouliuued, FAPUK8 KX'.TUKNED H ARU NOT NOTICli 01' DISCONTINUANCE. BBB All communications should be addressed to BBB Tun ibhi Banner, Utah County, Utah. H Entered at Uhi City, Postofflce Utah) Jor H mm PUBLISHING c B Lam, Mau. 1 1S08. m ASSOCIATION B The Herald recently gave the B sugar bounty another poke in the B ribs. They can't help it When- m ever this qu...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

fr f J' - ,. , --r Ask James Kirkham and Sons lor , ' , U. S. Bakipg fowdef 1 Best in the world for the price. ' Retail price; 5oz. 10c. o 7. 150. 1602 250. f;'h' U.S. Baking Powder Co, 'F J; SALT LAKE CITY. J- ' ' if feVfc, v Going to the Klondike. 'SJL, ' ' , The much-tnlked-of Klondike wil W' number among its inhabitants this year jJTv many Utahns. Every day at tlio O. S. , , i h L. ticket ollice can be seen miners fiom '$- yerioua puna of the state getting fixed ' upforthothiough trip. Among those A,' going uic: Pttiker Soiton, the veil T known business nnd club man, who will "I leave on Monday, Conductor llart, who ';, 3 ru,i3 out of Odgen on tho Southern Pa- Vs. flS& ciflc, and Conductor 0. G. Randall o- tf & of the 0. S. L have both decided to send y,W- in resignation awl with 11. E, Savage ( ("Rock" Savage) of this city they will J pave about Mar. 1st to go over Ohilkoot .&, pass. All three aio thorough Western-' Iff. , era and experienced in lough mountnin- , ' ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

H Alum H H baking powder is almost as H strong as Schilfaig's Best. H ' Yes, and prussic acid is H t stronger than vinegar. fl20 H Cotton in Utah. H Last year 125 acres were planted tc 1 ' cotton nntl the avonigo yield per no i B was 400 pounds ot lint cotton. Tile B acreago would have been much larger m but for the tin usually backward season, B ' ,A considerable ninount is grown in K eouthern Nevada and northwestern H Aiizonn, which is adjacent territory. B Owing to the low :'. Ititudo of thu Dixie B country and the peeuiiur climatic condi- B tioiis caused by warm cutrcnts up the B Colorado from thogulf of California B cotton is grown farther north in Utah B than in any othir part of the United B StatcDj reaching u higher latitude than B ' the most northern part of cotton grow- B ing in. Missouri. Tho cotton produced B in this section is of lino quality and long B atnple, and is of snowy whiteness, owing B to tho absence of rain, which turns it B yellow. It is believed tliat with ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

J! -h- ... School Department. ,, Alinda Stkwaiit, Editoii. ' A GltANO Suni'JlISE. (, Last Friday evening Mr. James M i i, '(.,. ' Anderson was greatly surprised. When ' ' ' at about 7 o'clock he was informed that s f Bomo one wished to see him in the ; parlor. On roaching there ho wits great ly surprised by seeing the room liPed , - f. with his scholars. ,;'. , Appoints were made to uieot at tlm home of Miss Uenavive Ttiuinas. When . ' all wore prefiunt they started for the .,. "V" , home of Mr. Anderson. On reaching ''.' "'y '' .. there they were quietly taken to the $ '- .U, ' '' '" parlor by the aatUtutiee of Mrs. Ander- ' , 'I'l' , B0- . V' After the enthusiasm of the surprise different games were begun. The tirsD of these was the history game. Before the beginning of this gume Mrs. Auder- r , www X K ; son offered n prize for thd winner. This game was a very cloBely contested one as the ecktohus wereull quite well posted on historical events. The prize was 7 ,, ' given to Mosia...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 1 March 1898

BBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBM bbsSt BBBf X THE LEHl BANJNER.. A af-H - -i BBI l B A' VLoht. ttah County, Utab ?' 5 j B ?&EHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Big '? ' H "'Mayor John S. Willie. H ffiCoMnct'nicnJnmcs Allred, Andrew B A? Peterson, George Glover, Samuel BBI Taylor, George II. Smith. H Jtecorder JJdwnnl Sont'hwick. H Treasurer T. 1 Trane. . bbbbbI H Ururshal Joseph A. Thomns H Gilo 'Justice John Woodiiouse. ' B Sotiooi, TniHriJKHf B Janic&B. QmUllo. JolinL. Gibb, John H . Worn. BB - - Advertisement! In thin columt, Ten cents per in'. flrMt Insert tm, jive cents per ling each add ' tonal insertion. B ' Tuesday, Ma. l. 1 80S. BBBBBB BBBBBfl IIIWWWWMIMWWH!'' ,JT,lfTfrT7??S? B ;THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER H Candy pail lGc each 2 for 25:: at the B Coop B Miss Lenoro ThonuiB ia now the poss- BB essor of a new bicycle. B The railway agents lay that Feb. BBB ; '" shqwea an increase, in bnsineaa over B . . tlfe,rreeeeingd month. B Mr. Brader and family have moved BH from John Wilaun'd residence to ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

BBBBPBBRSIRHE5555S Mf... -...--. . u . p .. .gN fe. ppppH The Lehi Banner. I i; H f "n V0C7 CHJKG. ITTA.H. T'JiilSDAV. MARCH S J 898. 1ST O 37 ..jr - " '' : " ' - l ' u -jl- ' - .'.,. , - " J PPPPH " v ; J Sugar Beet Seed .' ; "' Tho wide awake local- journals nt the &- . , impoitant I cot sugnis centers, Chino Pr , and Wntsonville, are very pioperly call- ; , inj? attention to thf fact Hint tho strain" "' , ,j - tj ed coniineioinl relations between Ger- ' , ' j. . many and the United States may en m, " , i , -danger our supply of sugar beet seedi SfV ' a t'int tllu 0llly ""ni'J against Pf '" J trouble is to bo no longer dependent fiu ' ' upon foreign need growers. Wo have I'JIlHif ' , often pointed out tlio fact that, wholly Wp, ,, , apart lrom any interfeieu-e with the jjf & , ' ' trade tlieie are suflicient reasons why ir," " the United SttUcs should develop a ife ' home supply. California has peerless I u adaptations for the teed pioduct as was I " " recently quite fully...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

K i, H Who Will Ufii? H ,, Sonic timo ago letterd were Bent by B .Chairman I.lndsey of tho Way 3 mid H ' -Means Committee, to the Viec-Presidou1 H .'in each trans-Mi8lsippl State Hiking H Uhat oflicer to select two of thu must H beautiful women in his statu and scud H thu exposition nunugenient ti cabinet H jih Jto'ni)li of each to be used in niaki'ig H , n composite picture to form tlu model' B for one side of the souvenir medal ol H jjthc Exposition. t One of th.'se lot e r H have been Hont to Vice-IVoiideut Shuiv Jiff of Utah. B It lias bjen stated that u cjinpUtj H photograph made from forty-cMgl.t Indies H representing twenty-four u e-tern States H andTo-ritorica will show ndiffcrcnt type H of face from u eoinpi'site photograph H made of furiy-.ight ladies from twenty- H Jour Eastern States. It is contended H that the Kastoin type could he easily B told from thu Western. The opportunity H for testing the matter is now pivbented H l and Manager Liudsey of tlu Ways a. d B Means C...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

The Money Power; j ; 1 ThcNewITiinQ h severe in its denun- ciat'on of Pres. Mclvinley tor its policy ) in the Cuban matter. It'chnrgoa that 't -the iilturnational money lenders arc rc- ; sponsible for the 'loath of 251) American I sailors, and that that their American 'i agents prefer a dishonorable pence- lath er than a war resulting in Cuban hide I ,' pendince and the repudiation of J40H0,- 000,000 of Spanish bonds. In an editora entitled "A IMenseless Nation," Tied-' rick U. Adatni declares: (", "The navies of the world have been ;i built and are owned by the money pow- . or. Men-of-war nre the floating const ' ablea which collect debts and force the payment of Interest on bonds. You. cannot argue with an armored cruiser Ki You cannot reason with a torpedo boat. m The United States .should proceed to K. spend not le?s than sfl.OOO.OLO.OOO in coast ft defenses and in the construction of a K navy It should issue greenbacks for M this purpose. - On this work several bun m dred thous...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

The LAetii Banner I H. B7 Tho Lshi Publishing Company b ' h directors. B Geo.iou Wi:nn, President. B ilAti:s IlAitwoon, Vioe-l're&idcnt. B W.'E. lt.'.cicnt, Samlt.i, Tayi.oh, m WaiTf.u L. Wunm H W.E. ItACKKit, Sec. and Troa. I -Valler L' Wchh Eililw' H si.io .a. "Vc?i v. H Notice of Disccntinuvnck The danmir H sent to tubscnb'ts luitll an explicit cr.ltr is H eceived by us, ami all yaymtnt of nrrearag a (9 H innile, na required by law. Tin courts lmarlably H held a subscriber rei)oi iblc to the publisher H or the subscr'iUgii price u. wt papers received B until (he imperii paid lor In full tip to date nitd B ordered discontinued. I'AI'liRS Hl'TURKHD AUIJ NOT NOriCi: OF DlfctCNTlNCAMTK. BS All communications sVoild be addressed to BB Tub I.isiii II.vnni'.r, Utah County, Utah. B tnlered nt Lthl City, J'a'ojjke Utah) or importation throu-jh tne malls a lecond-clatt K l.i:ill PUBLISHING C H Lehi, Mai:. 3 ISUS. I 1asi:pbBsi 222ASSOCIATION - H The St. Louis Globe Democrat B is happy i...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

t I I Ask James Kirkham and Sons for ;;:" 0. S. Bakipg powdef r ; Best in the world ior.th: price. . " G "W UK M.."W CC sk HSC OJ CLJ J Vjv MJ m.- b XS3 Retail price; 5oz. ioc. H ?. t5c. 160. 25c. V, ";U.S. Baking Powder -Go. : SALT LAKE CITS'. ' Noted Low Grade Progress. South Dakdta, Utah and Alaska have ' made considerable progress in the work ing of low grade gold orea, while Califor ilia, Nevada mid Montana arc pioneering 11 movement to make productive onco inoic cite vast a -en of abandoned places gionnd 'located in those elates, and which was deserted twenty years ago by the white minera beeauao the gravel no Iongeuyielded pay under the sluice or hydraulic system. The New Zealand . dredge, in its ivoditiod form, now cnterd the Hold, promising to add materially to the gold outppt of the present year, ' In Utah the chief item ot advance is , 1. , i. located in the iMercur or Camp Floyd ' district, wheae cyanide achieved it3 ilrst American success in I8O0 and thb vear s , follow...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

H H ui ijj!";jj. '!.':':' '" ' --- -- '- --- "" I Use only one heap- I ing teaspoonful of I Schillings Best Bak- I ing Powder to a I quart of flour. B You must use two tcaspoonfuls of other baking powder. H m m BacktoLehi. B II. A. Vallez, superintendent of the H nugar factory during tho past year, left K on Monday, train, accompanied by his m wife, for Lehi, Utali, where he has H accepted the position of superintendent B' of the factory tit that placo. The ar B rangement wnts tnado some time ago, but H the Argus has refrained from making H mention ot it, belioveing that it might H bo possible Mr. Vallez would remain B here. His working of the factory has B rovcd him a most competent man. B IJcfore coming iiere he held the position j B of chemist in the Lehi factory, is re" B garded as a man well versed in nil sugar B details, and his fri.'nds there ate very H glud to welcome him bad;. The Argus B has no knowledge as to who will succeed H himliere. Pecos Valley Argus. H :Mr, and Mrs...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

( vt. ,. ,. School Department. r f ' Stanlky Gaudib, Editok. V- Vith tliia iaiue of the paper Mr. I? . ' Stanley Uaddin bueomes the editor of " y ' the school hems. All Bhould give hlni v'.V Mie support necedsury to make the paper . "rt - -aauceasful. V1 r ' Miss llieh, teacher in the 13js baild- , '" fo " . -i"K, ia improving in health. , v,iV., ltfr. Anderson was out of school Just ,'tT Ta 7 . .Friday afternoon on account of the death !.1A; , f 'a grandmother. J, ;'1 The new books havo arrived. They wH w-'- uc ,l valuable addition to our W - library. ' "$P"' V Tu" olvil govern meut class decided '''r- ' , ' that tho United States should acknowl- ' jjbvttr"' '"' edgo tho independence of Cuba and by tfljE' " - u majority of one vote declared Mat the ' Vn' ' ". ' -district trusteeship should bo retained 1 ," " in preference to the proposed county ,, '-, board. It now appeara that Cuba is -.l";. - ' eafo and that the olUcial Uvea of our ,.- , school board hiiti on tlie vote of one " J...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 8 March 1898

TrfE LEHI-BANNRR B .. .Lehl, Utah County, Utah m B LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. B JAtioi John S. Willie. H Councilmen Jnmcs Allrrd, Andrew H' A. Peterson, Gcorgu Glover, Samuel H Taylor, George II. Sjinith. H iJieconkr Edward Southwick. H Treasurer T. V. Tnuio. B ifarilial Joseph A. Thomas B C'l'(l,.l(8llCfi Jollll WoO'.lllOUiO. B School Tmis-iKr.fi H Jiunca D. Gtuldio, John L. Gibb, John m 13. lloss. B .l i IW l llllllUllll M II ! II II H idvcrtltcmenti in thi columti Tax cents per H intjlntt InnYUin, fliccenli per Una ea-M audi H oiiaUnaer(('JH. H Tuesday, Mau. S. 1 803. H ' "THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER H Cntidy jmil 15c ench 2 foi 25 J at the H Co-op. H If you wish goud boys ni.d gills be H .good youiself. - H We are told this world is what wo H Garden seed 12 packets for 2Cu at H 'copies Co up. H If yon want lets of eggs feed your B chickens well. H Cut, down the old worn out trees in B your ordinal and leplace tliein with a B better variety. B When you whip a child for a bad B .habit ...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 15 March 1898

. ;: The Lehi Banner I VOL 7 IEECI, UTAH, TTrjBSPAY. J5MAROH J 898- 3TO 37 H r 'I The Enormous Prospective Devclop- li mcntof the Beet Sugar Industry in " ',, the Arid Lands of the West. I r ,1' , ili' K Lehi, Utnli, February 22, 1898 ,' $' " 'I Editor Louisiana Planter: The suc cess that 1ms attended the Lehi sugar ,i factory since it was built demonstrates fe - , ' beyond n doubt that a great portion of ft '' v what is known as the arid West is by i , '' aiaturo adapted to the growth of (he I""' ' ugar beet. It is true that the experience I gained by the farmers has enabled them , - to produce beeis that carry a higher per j , '' ' contof sugar than was contained in the r-,' V fceets raised the first year, but it is none tbp less true that the rich soil and magnificent climato of this region is well J , ... ndaptod to tills crop. The success m&iJ! ' ''" " achieved and tho splendid results ob EP vl taincd are due in a. great measure to the 4,". i innna,oment of Mr. T.It. Cutler...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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