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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 19 July 1898

ww n ?& T Ja.s. "lUrliiiiim II S sv. S Sons o Lclii j scus u s Bak- Rrl 1(1 11 f ' ing Powder at lSlUUUg "C following prices - l owttcr sjL-r- j. ;" " saS7,-- " Why not give it . N. E. . Goes to Coast Tlic light in the National Educational convention for next year's convention city, for which nlt Luke City, Utiih, lms been a candidate, lOHr.ltcd todny in u vote f.ivomlile to Los Anjrelcd, Cn. The decision of the board of diiectors is not final but is taken under ndviscmci t by tlio executive cowniitoe of tlie nssof-, intion, who consider railrond lates and oilier matters calculated to effect the Holection of any one city. The execut ive conunitee will meet next September ? and icrmallv and Hnnl'y deside. If the railroads to Sail Lako can offer induce ments strnnirei than tlo?e of Los An tjclos tlic action oi the boaid of directnts mav be fet aside and the convention HQcuied for. Utah's capital city. Ily this means onlv can the convention be given to Suit Lake. Dr. J. M. Tanner o...

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. — 19 July 1898

B Rate.of one fare for tlio round trip B r plus $-', Iiiih been m thorized via Union H Pacific It It from points in Utah aiul H Idaho for tho following occasions : H Rock Island, 111. nmt return, National H Encampment Union Veterans Union, H. Tickets on sale Aug (37 H - Indianapolis Irid, and return, En- H cainpment Knights of l'ythiiis. Tickets H on Halo Aug 17 IB-ID H ' Omaha and return. National Congress H bf Retail Liquor Dealers, Tickets on H sale Aug -0 B Omaha and leluru National Convent- B .ion of Bohoininn Turners. Tickets on B snloAugiJ(t B ' Cincinnati, Ohio and return, Nation- fl al Encampment 0 A It D.ites of sale B Mill he announced later. B Omaua, Neb and return, on cneh dnto B mntil Oct 15, account Trans-Mississippi H Exposition, Rale af f!8. from Utah B common points and proportionate rates ' B fiom other points in nuthoricd, with ' B limit of Nov 15 I B For further information relate to these B .rates, limits, conditions etc, ..call' o j B .your nearest ngjnt or ti...

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. — 19 July 1898

( At the Exposition I ,' 1- 'After a little fnore than n. 'ill hourrido ' v, over the Union Pacific Uy. Wo arrived "U mifely in Omaha yesterday where wo '$ ' hOoii fouijd thoic.it of the Utah l'refcs ," ' fi .Association who arc visiting hero. Wo ' '& : ' wore agreeably surprised in the weather "V1-' ' - - UH it was in. t so not as wo hud expected, fc.v'- The railway lido truiu O'den was v.t i ' ' pleasant as it was not at all warm, in i l'act we s.u with the ear windows closed ' .inoit ot the way. ; , u After looking over the ony a littlo I !',rF ' yesteuiaywo spent llm afternoon and r' . v veiling at the imposition wh'.eli is till ' ,- they liavu said it would bo. Nearly all ' v exhibits are now in pi nee u'ihI make a I - due showing. Wu have liuu hut a brief ' L ' i jjliuice at it so far but it is ayieatat- " traction from lir.it Hit-lit. Krom the time i . - 'o enters and scm the beautilul build- j - - "' & 3urrounding the eentral Lagoon ' f funtil the last exhinit has be...

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. — 19 July 1898

Q BBj-' bbbbT H - 1 - FT k '"'"' " ' -TH-I5-LlSHI I3ANNKR B Lo&t, Dtah County, Utab. H ' LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. " B Jajor lohu 8. Willie. B Couucihnen James Allrt'd, A'mlrew B A. Peterson, Georo , (ilover, Samuel B Taylor, George, II. .Smith. B J'ecordrr Kihviird froutliwick. B Treasurer Ti F. Traiie, B Manlia I Joseph A. Thomiis, B Uity Justice JoUn Woodhouse. B i)uarciitiiie J'hynician Dr. Steele. B School Tmjhti:ks: B "'J nines B. Giuldio. John L. Gibb, John B Ki'lVosa.' BBY idvcrtUcmcnU In this loluvin Ten coin per BBf 'injlrl tnstrllnn, five cuts jisr line ta".h wlitl BBf -loii'il tnoertlon. m TuisaoAY, July U), 181)8. BBpBpj BBBBB " HMMBHNWMMMMMMHWW1maMIWMMMMM H ,vTHIS. THAT AND THE OTHER Bflf i B '' K. SyUiuroll nml wife wero in hqlii B Thvkrfdny. B fj'ou wi" 'iavc 110 "'0H " yu '' .vou B yljuj- your Screen Doors nt the Co-op. BBl J&"' y" f Mrs. Germii'n E. Ellsworth went to I'nyBon Friday. On Wednesday Congress passed the resolution annexing the llawiaimn -Jslands....

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. — 26 July 1898

v.T- iJL u li,..; , -J jspCTr'!yT:JL - Th Ti -v LH '.& Pioneer Day. I "' ' ' 4,, Though but little time was given for !ffy the preparation of the celebration of ,, ' Pioneer Day it was gotten up and was a "' " r auccese. The program as in tlio last f Banneii was rendered with a few j' changes. Win. Southwick was unable .fr ' ' to bq present and E. II. Davis, Jt , apoke in liia stead. Tlio program was well i$r given. A unique feature was the xUyp presence of the old squaw, Sarah, who saw' the pioneers drivo.down Weber canyon 51 yearc ago. She is hale and hearty and thinks well of the peoplo in , these valleys as they have been good'to the Indians. She was taken to the hotel I for dinner. In Iho afternoon ninny of r the people went down to Murdock's I ' resort to witness the Bports. Thoro was I , the usual races Ac for tho children and a game of base ball between tho married I and single men in which the latter were I victorious. A ball was given in the B' evening. i . ..., . ..' ...

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. — 26 July 1898

V to KF Political sup- H erccdcd the war question. Tho coming Hp pnnipaign is receiving attention, and the alignment of tiic variouu parties HP? nnd fractions of parties is the matter of m greatest concern just at present. The H Republicans arc very desirous ofeflect- h jug a reconciliation wit'i their ofHeh F Jmlf-brethf rj), the Silver Republicans; m and tho Democrats arc looking for an m uflinlty v.hcroby tliey can claim rela- H? tionship with the Silver Republicans. H The Silver Republicans, it might be H meritioncd, are in some what of u prc- H dicament themselves. They are fcU-ong- H' )y attched to the old party ond disliko H very much to break entirely away from H it, but cannot consistently see their way B as yet to going back into Mint party; H on the other hand they are not prepar- H 1 to give up anything for silver and k join the Democrats. And in that posi- m tion the mixed up light begins. What V the outcome will bo remains to be sour, H Mt. l'leasant Pyramid. M U. P. R...

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. — 26 July 1898

P g 3 "H . mmmimtmmmmmm i . n i ww twmam H , "Ten cents; yer eoe, luck went nglnx H mo tcrday. Two dagoes big fellers," "i Wk rA and the bhiu eyes grew as largo as 3 B '-' though illustrating tho size of the enc-1 H mies, "cum and swiped me stand an J H punched mi see, an' I jest dropped ine H papers down to lite 'cm, and' de odder m dngo grabbed 'em an' mn. But I'll git square will deni dagoes!" ho added, . meditatively. I' "How?" m "I'll git Tiger um tiuie w'en lie aiu't . woozy tor cum down tcr d stand; he'll S git away wid 'em, see!" m, "Well, here's a dime. Run down, to , J. the homo and go to bed. Stay there to- ? morrow morning until I come to nee M l you. Maybe I would like to be a Hide partner of yours and 3 immie's." 1 "'llully gee, tanks!" and without , waiting for further persuasion the boy , , ' runout into the bleak night. . The iderk gazed at the young man with a cynical fiiuile. ( "I couid do that 20 times a night if I liked," he said, coldly; "it does not help -v ,....

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. — 26 July 1898

Hr By.,.Tho Lohi Publishing Company ' H ' DIRECTORS. B .Gko.-'.oi: Wj:iiii, President. A James IIahwood, Vice-President. H W. E; Kaukuii, Samcci. Tayi.ok. H Waltkii L. Vi:iut. B . W.E. Backkh, Sec. and Tros. H ' ' Waller L. Webb, Editor. H ' Sl.aOA Yocir. B KOTICK Of DlSCONTINUANCr. The IJANMill B scut to subscribers until an rxoliclt order Is B ecelvcd by m, and all ja inc.it of arrearages Is made, as required by law. The courts invariably liold a subscriber tctponslble to the publisher S or the sulxcr'ptlou price of nil papers received fl until che paper Is paid lor lit full up to date and H ordered dUcoittiuued, l'Al'KRS KUTUKNKD H AKU NOT NOT1CK 01-' DISCONTINUANCE. All communication oho lid be addressed to H Tub X.uiii I1.nm:u, Utah County, Utah. H Entered at I.ehi City, roilojjlce ( Utah) for cntvortattoi tiirnuqh the math at . teamd-clat m li:hi publishing c B' Lent, Ji'i. 'JO 1808. H VlSg2A5SQCIATIOivr H The women are beginning to H stir up things in the political field B in...

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. — 26 July 1898

" -'11 5 syi; & Sons oI Lclii i Hawaii imioriB almost cvu.x thing i " ill i b1o uses, aside from sugar, coll o ana W4' fruit, attention having been alinoM ex-, , . clusively given to the taieing of mgar . . all of which. aside from that conMinud - on the island, is is expoited tb tho Un- ' ited States. About 1)5 per cent of th imports of the island are the ptowth, .. .. . products or manufacture ol the United States. If tiic American tariff to in force in tho islands about $500,000 worth of imports which now enter free of duty and arc boughtin countrioh Qther & than the United States would be bought from this country. Tho lime lor passage between San Francisco and j Honolulu by steamer is from si:: to geveii dayd. The latcs aie $75 i-abin fdh. passage ail 1 $25 Ptecraye. although a i ' 'number of willing viands which make Ivf ' regular tup" with limited passenger v, v accommodation, cli irgd flO for a in , "r passage On tho islands weie tltieo railroads, aggregating about ne...

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. — 26 July 1898

bbbbbbbbb AN AWAKENING, g IT WAS two hours pasl midnight and a January btorm amis raging. New ork lay a foot under the snow which V had been falling all day and night, only M to give place to an Icy rain. The streets H were deserted by all have the guardians B of the peace, and even they sought sliel- H ler wherever they could, secure in the H belief that on surh a night they were B isafc from detection by the chance pa- H ' froltmin. The clogged gutters afTordod BB ' no outlet, and rivers of water ran over H the mounds of snow and gathered in H pools in. the 'footprints made early in H the evening by hurrying crowds of H worker.' eager to reach tboir homes. H At the desk of one of the largest and H moM luxurious hotels utood a young H man, fnshiouab'.y attired, leaning part- H lv on one arm, with his face turned BBJ toward the door. Near him stood the H clerk, and they -were engaged in that H wemiconlldential chat o xsual between H men of their habits. A!) life in the B vast eara a...

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. — 26 July 1898

w "Education for the Former. In giving reasons for tne mainten- 'anco of agricultural colleges Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Bays: "Tho uneducated limn earns on the 'farm from $10 to $20 a month; the ed ucated mnn easily cams from$50to flOO ' ;' l An improved pasture will sustain nn animal to the acre; tin unimproved pasture requires several acres. The it native horse without blood or duvelop- wont in some of our northwestern f states is valued at .flO a head ; a woll- t bred, well-developed horse is worth ' from $100 to $1,000, The native cow in some of our newer states yields $7.fi0 worth of products in u year; the im r v provod cow in the hands cf a skilled dairyman yields $76 worth of produce ") in the same time. Com in Iowa, some years, 1b worth 10 cents a bushel where it is the ono crop of tlio farai; but thu skilled feeder makes it worth 40 cents a bushel. The native pineapple i weights from thiee to four pounds and sella for 10 to 20 cents apiece; the scientist hybridizes ...

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. — 26 July 1898

bvbvbvbvbvbvbvbmi ' bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt' HH "Utah County, MPLtf MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. B S. Willis. V Councilmen James Allrcd, Androw Br A. Poteison, Ucorgti Glover, Samuel HBr Taylor, Georo J T. Smith. j ' ,tecorfrr Kdwurd Soutlnvick. V Treasurer T. F. Trane. H Marshal Joseph A. Tliomas. B ." City Justice John Woodhoutse. B Quafentiue Physician hr Steele. B .School TitusTKi:? : B James 15. Gaddie. John L. Gibb, John B E. Koss. H idrerlkemeiU in this column Tcp cents per H HJrnMrtrfm, five cents per line each add! HI tonal tnicrtlou. H Tuksoay, Jiti, y 2G, 1808. I ' THIS THAT AND THE OTHER B Miss Eflie Deal of Spriiuville has been B viBitlng Mia. R. W. llrown. Bb The blisses Whitehead of Rait Lak BB have been spending a few days :is guests B of .Miss Birdie Taylor. BB You will have-no flies on you if you B Luy j.our Screen Doors at the Co-iOp. BB O. 1. Ilitestnan and Louisa tinker B were marricl in l'rovo Inst week. B A largo crowU Vent to Saltan- Wed- Bfl ncsday: B Some 25 tickets were ...

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. — 2 August 1898

yF University of UU.h j .iW . ' , .15. ) . fl r The fEHi Banner. I . .. . . 1; - rsr' ! VOL 8 LEHX I(TA.H, TTT.fcCSiD.A.'Y, A.TTOUT & 1898. 3Sr0. I '- 1 Soldiers to Move V v V I 1 f Washington, July 27. The health '- report bIiowh u surprisingly huge ntim- v ber of eases of sickriess, but army i i Bitrgone authorize tho statement thnt these figures are misleading in a certain j sense, and that the situation may not bo ! nearly so bad as they would necm to indicate. The slightest ailment of tho ' most temporary nature suffices to place t jv soldicra' name on tho sick report, i ' wliicli, in their present shape, would j . no', distinguish between such a case and n ' ono of mortal Illness. if ' Theintorenco iB that many of thebe i cases in Shnftor's camp are of trival i nature, but go to swell its grand total of ; f aick and woundid. Notwithstanding this mitigating fact, j f Secretary Alger :s going to remove tho Lf soldiers at the earliest opportunity to a 1 . more healthful clime...

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. — 2 August 1898

H U.' P. Rates. H Bate of one fnto for tlio round-trip 5 H plus .$2, has been authorized via Union' B l'acillri 11 R from points in Utah and H Idaho for tlio following occasions: H Hock Island, 111. and return, National H Encampiriont Union Veterans Union. B Tickets on sale Aug 07. This rato H only applies from Utah points. H Indianapolis Ind, and return, En- B enmpinont Knights of Pythias. Tickets H on sale Aug 17 18 ID H Indinhapolia, Ind. and return. Nu- H tional League of American vyiteelinon. H Tickets on sale August Jt-l-il. H Omaha and rctut u. National Congress H of lielail Liquor Dealers, Pickets on B salo Aug 20 H Omaha and return National Convcnt- H ion of Bohomian Turners. Tickets on H salo Aug 20 B Cincinnati, Ohio and return, Nation- H nl Encampment G A 11 TicketH on sale H Sept 1-2-3, This rato is one fare for m rount trip. B Omana, Neb and return, on each date H '' ' until Oct 15, account Traiis-Mississippj H Exposition, Kale af $48. from Utah B common points ami pro...

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. — 2 August 1898

Ono minuto is not long, yet relief i ! obtnined in half that timo by the use o ' Ono Minute Condi Cure. It proven tes J consumption nml quickly cures colds, croup, bronchitis, pneumonia, la grippe and nil throat nnd lung troubles. II. 15. Morrihew. S. M. Geary, piereon, Mich, write: -"DeWItt'H Witcl. Huzel Salvo is curing , more pilcH hero to-day than all other remedies combined. It cures eczema and all other skin diseases. II. Jj. Morrihew. S. C. Jones, Millcsburg, I'a. writes "I have used DeWitt'H Little Enrlv llisers ever sinco thoy wore introduced hero and must say I havo never used any pills in my family during fortv I have been a sufferer from -hrnnic diarrhoea ever since tho mar and hove used all kinds of medicines for it. At last I found one. remedy that has been a success as a euro and that is Cham berlain's Colic, Oholera and Diarrhoea I Remedy. 1 E. Unshorn, Guars Mills, La. For salo by H. B. Morrihew drug Residence for Salo. The Edw. Southwck estate, Lehi Best location i...

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. — 2 August 1898

BUr MMlMNMMMMMnIMM'IMIIMlnMMM)MMWHI H Tlie lAelii Banner By Tho Lohi Publishing Company H if, DIRECTORS. H ' Gnop.oi: Wkjid, President. H Jamks ILvuwoon, Vice-1'rosident. B W. 33. Raokcii, Samuki, T.vymiu, H Wambu L. Yi:hii. H V. 13. Raokeu, Sec. ami Traa. H Waller I.. Webb, Editor. H SK5Q V Voci r. m Kotickof Piscontinl'anci;. The IUnni:r B sent to suWnbsrs until nti rvDliclt order is H ccefved by u, nii'l all payment of arrearages Is H itimlc. as required by lnw. The courts invariably H liolil a subscriber resrtoaslblc to the publisher H ( or the subscr'iitlott price of all papers received B ' until the paper U paid lor In full up to date and H ordered discontinued. PAI'IJKS KKTURNKI) HB ARK NOT NOTICK 01' DISCONTINUANCE. H All communication ."hojld be addrcused to H Tiir Lkiii Uannkk, Utah County, Utah. B ntercd at Lcht City, Potiofflce Utah) for B xmtvPrtntiti throuijh the rnniU as. tcennrt-cta m LKHI I'UBMBHING c H -., , Lkiii AL,0(.8r 1S08 . pun Vi29 ASSOC I ATI OH f B Beets 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. — 2 August 1898

; i U rTT J as, ilirRliam BfllflllO 'yJP jS l iS Powder al lUIUllg -;-- flWBf following prices - l w 11 n i i i wMiiinfi i"nni Prince Bismark Dead Berlin, Julv Ml. Prince Jlismr.rk ' died shortly before 11 o'clock tonight. Details of tho death of Prince liisinnik J4,,' are obtained with difllculty, because of tho lateness of tho hour, by the isolntion of tho caatle and the strenuous endeav ors of the nttendantu of the family to prevent publicity being given to what f they consider private dotaile. Tho death of the ex-chancellor comes ns a surprise to all Hurope. Despite the family's denials, there was an undercurrent of apprehension when the sinking of the prince was Hist announced, inspired moiebywhat the family left unpublished than by any information given. But when tho daily ' ' bulletins chronicled improvements in r tho prince's coudition, detailed his extensive bills of fare and his devotion to his pipe, tho public accepted Dr Schweninger's assertion that there was no reason w...

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. — 2 August 1898

Bkar Madam: H Your bread ncedn': smell H of soda or alum or lime. B Schilling's Best baking H powder has no lime or alum H or excess of soda. 4 I I WON AT LAST. HE o) H BY HELEN BEEKMAN. IT WAS n lovely picture of rolling woodland and grassy slopes, with HB the peaceful river in the distance re- Hi itcctlng the glories of the dying sun, HJj nnd Hie rich masses of cloud tinged with HE myriad rainbow dyes, but before Hell Hi Fielding's eyes a mist of tears inter- HK ened. None sparkled ou the jetty HS lushes, no trace of them was left ou the Hi fair, Hushed cheek, but they blurred the HV vision for all that, as she choked them HK back on her sad heart. Around her was Hi every evidence of wealth. The house ris- Hb itig in the buck-ground, a grand old pile HB of graystone, worthy (he name of castle. HB the grounds surrounding it, kept in cx- HB quisite order, giving every sign of oulti- HB votlon and taste, her own dress rich and HB costly, yet Mie tears so nearly shed were HB eijused b...

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. — 2 August 1898

& - -- -J M In New Zealaud. Editor Banner: The long expected luy for our saints in "Waikato hasJit Inst arrived, and although tho morning is piercing cold with a heavy foe hanging over nature those are signs of a rainless day and a bright warm sun at about 10 , o'clock when the fog will have been i chased away. It is with light hearts that we embark upon our little river steamer which has a trip of about HG miles down the winding Waikato, now picturesquo by the farm houses and leafless willow trees on its banks; oc i casionally a cluster of rush houses is aeon, tho occupants of which tell legends of the famous Waikat" f the long ago. "We call at Bftveral such villages and j our crowd is increased with more dark, , shining faces, At Tupekerungu, tho i terminus nf our ride, we are greoted by our saints and friends who are already j gathered there. The pork, beef, pota toes, kumuras, bread, cake, etc. in sight toll, if tho Moari proverb is true, that ' good listening depends upon w...

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. — 2 August 1898

B i F"- ' ! i - B t':e lehi' banner B Lob I. Utah County, Utab H LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. B i H ' Mayor John S. Willis. m Councilmcn James All red, Andrew B A. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel H Taylor, George II. Smith. m Recorder Edward Southwick. H TreautrcrT. F. Trane. B Marshal Joseph A. Thomas, B Oily Justice John Woodhouse. B Qnarentiitf Phytician Dr. Steele. K .SCHOOL TilUBTKKH: m James 15. Gaddie. John L. Gibb, John H 22. Bosh. BBb idvertftertcnts i tht$ coUivm Ten ccnu per BBl Wtr( irmrtfon, IcecsiiM jer line each add I HBV Mwrl nirtto)i. H TUKBOAV, AtKUIHTii 1 80S. BbI THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER H1 Eliaha Pock has had 11 store building BB erected on the lot near his residence. BB You will have no flies on you if you H buy your Screen Doors at the Co-op. H A new .t-IQ.ljicycl.ft foi only ifiO. Onll H at this dflicc. H Air. and Mrs. M. II. Anderson ro- H- turned from Canadu on Wednesday H evening. BbI BH Those wishing cabinet and ;trpentcr H work done, the fixing of furniture,...

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