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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 9 August 1898

BMl 1 toiE Lehi Banner. V WWT -VOL 8 LBHI, TTTAJBl. TTJifiSDA-Y. .A-TTGUT 9 1898: NO IS I IHr ' " " . ' ' H J Leh! is Good Enough. Tho Lehi colonists who wont to Canada last spring did not remain in Her Majesty's domain very long. Most of thorn are hack hero again. They did not like tho country as well as they expected so did not remain. The sum mer season is quite short so the farmore nreunable to grow much else besides grain. So no Btnall fruit is grown but it is not a good fruit country. There is an abundance of feed on the range and the stockmen aro doing well . Only a small portion of the land is irrigated but a largo canal will betaken out in the near future. Last year was an exceptionally good year for the farmers, many of them raising 30 bushels of wheat and CO bushels of oats per acre without water. LaBt winter was a hard one on stock and there was uioro poor stock on the range tnau over before. They usually keep fat during the winter. Land in the yicinity of Oardstou can b...

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. — 9 August 1898

m A dcat Country. M "A steamship agent at New York say m tlio first-cabin passengers Bailing from B United States and Canadian ports (or B Europo have this year been about 8000 M less, up to dale, than for tho same period H ln8tyenr," says the Tribune. "This m will menu tli.it the hotels nnd shops of B Great Britain and the continent will H receive about $8,000,000 less Aiucricnn B money than usual this year. A good B many of thy 8000 are making journej'8 B through the Western States and urtuul- B ly learning something about their own B country. It is a gruit pity that more H caution come and begin to get an esti- B mate of their country by looking west B rather than by perpetually straining B their eyes off across tho eastern sea. H When tho impression of the truth begins H to dawn upon our Eastern friend?, and B thoy begin to comprehend that, com- B pared with their home country, all B others aro of lower grade, it will be B better for them and for ua all." B Miss Goldio Juud of G...

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. — 9 August 1898

1 M 1mm " " m I H ' ' '- H r Ono ruinuto is not long, yet relief .' obtained in half that time by the uso o H Ono Minute Conch Cure. It prevents H ' consumption unci quickly cures colds, H cr up, bronchitis, pneumonia, liv grippi B (id all throat and lung troubles. II H I Meniluw. H S. M. lit ary, pierfon, Mich, writes : - B "DeWitt'H Witch Iluzel Salve is curim B more piles here to-day than all olhei B remedies combined. It cures eczema B and all other skin diseases, II. 13. B Morrihew. B S. 0. Jones, Milleshur. Pa. writes:' E "I have used DoWitiV Littlo Early B . ltisers over since they were introduced B here and must say I have never used B any pills in my family during fortv B I have been a sufferer from :hronie B diarrhoea ever since the mar and have B , , used all kinds of medicines for it. At B last I found ono remedy that has been B a success as a euro and that is Cham- B berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea B liemedy. P. E. Grishem, Gaara Mills, B Ia. For sale by II. B. M...

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. — 9 August 1898

H The Lvelii Banner H By Tho Lehi Publishing Company H GF.o.noi: Wkhh, President. B Jam eh Hahavood, Vice-President. B W. E. Kaukur, Samukl Taylok, B SV.E. Raokkh, Sec. nnd Trog. B milter L' Webb' ':litor- B Sl.SQAYomi'. H Not ten or Discontinuanci: The Banner H subscnb'rH au explicit order is V ecelved by us, nnd all payment of arrearages is H made, as required bylaw. The courts invariably H bold a subscriber responsible to the publisher K or the subscription price of all papers received H until the paper is paid lor in full up to date and H ordered discontinued, I'AI'KRS RIJTURNKD H AHlv NOT NOTICK OV DISCONTINUANCE.. B All communications t'Vioald be addressed to H Tun I.Biii Banner, Utah County, Utah. M Entered at Lehi City, rotioffice ( Utah) Jot B antportation thrnurhthc mails as. tecnnA-clats B ' I.UHI PUBLISHING C H Lehi, August 0 1808. M a ASSOCIATION" m We are informed that the upper B part of town is to have ;; little B police protection which it n.-.eds. H Not because the...

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. — 9 August 1898

U . " a r r Jas, Itirkliam S 'liM&l & Sons of Lclii v. JfB m 5 oz cans 10c :; . She is True 1 Ho tells her alio is fairer Minn the morn's first rosy flush, When heaven's face seoms glowing with a pretty modest blush, And sings a tuneful sonnet to the beauty , , of her eyes, "Which seeinas twinkling jewels plucked from evening's softest skies. Ho tells her of his golden wealth, his envied social famo, And what n reigning queen she'd bo if she'd accept his name, But all in vain ; she's loyal to her soldier , lad you bet, "Who fights for thirteen plunks a month and eats what he can net. Denver Post. Weekly Crop Bulletin. The week ending Monday, August 1 was tho warmest so far thisEeason. the temperature averaging about three de grees daily in excess of the normal. . There was no mecipitation reported irom any part of the State during tho past seven days. Bright sunshine pre vailed throughout tho entire week. Tkt drought conditions mentioned in v last week's bulletin continues, ...

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. — 9 August 1898

B "JBBIBBBBPBBBBBEBt m , BBB c . You cannot aflbrd to drink I colored tea. It undermines health and the coloring hides defects. BBB J r Schilling's Best needs no - coloring ; it is good enough. H " ' . i M . . fl T ERNAL CHOICE was n pretty and BB ' H y commodious villa, and Dovecot-1 BBV tnm n select and salubrious suburb. To BK the happiness of Mr. and .Mrs. Maurice H Green lately made almost complete by HL tlie arrival of the veriest cherub that V ever came down from Heaven there H were but two drawbacks. The first was H of Maurice's making. He hud a ridic- B ulous fad about gas fittings. He be- BBb lieved them to be in a chronic state of H leakiness. He told his long-suffering BBY wife almost daily that more gas escaped BBpj ( through unsuspected cracks and defec- H tive joints than served to illuminnte the BBj cozy rooms of Vernal Choice. BBV .i Mrs. Maurice Green's bugbear was H burglars. Nothing could shake her coo- BBY viction that when a burglar took his H "dark suburban wa...

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. — 9 August 1898

BBSS I '., I f " . You cannot afford to drink ti colored tea. BBI I .It undermines health, and the I vpoloring hides defects. BS Schilling's Best needs no bbi I coloring ; it is good enough. H . ,. , --------------------- VERNAL CHOICE was n pretty and commodious villa, and Dovecot- J -tarn n select and salubrious tuiburb. To B the happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B Green lately made almost complete by H the arrival of the veriest cherub that BBj ever came down from Heaven there H were but two drawbacks. Theflratwas H of Maurice's making. He had a ridic- B ulous fad about gas fittings. He be- H licved them to be in a chronic state of H leakiness. Ho told his long-Buffering H wife almost daily that more gas escaped BBJ through unsuspected cracks and defec- H tive joints than nerved to illuminate the BBJ cozy rooms of Vernal Choice. B Mrs. Maurice Green's bugbear wan BJ burglars. Nothing could shake her coo- BBJ viction that when a burglar took his BBJ "dark suburban way" his objecti...

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. — 9 August 1898

i I 1 . . ' mi I I' I- U-1 I II I I. How Will it Effect, us. . .' Tho expected ling apparentl y h -pcncd. The sugar trust has acquired a controlling interest in the Hawaiian commercial and sugar company, Is about to build a refinery at Honolulu and will of courso monopolize the sugar product of tho Sandwich islands. If I now that trust can in.luco tho United States to admit stiirnr freo from the Philippines nn:l the West Indies, or annex those islands, the trust will pro ceed to likewise get a monopoly of their sugar. Tho success of this policy would givo tho American sugar refining com pany, or trust, wealth beyond computa tion, and its shares wouldjbo worth two or threo times as much as now. Hut such a policy would annihilate our do mestic BUgar-producing industry. It would ruin existing beet sugar factories and cane sugar mills, and deprive American farmers of tho homo market ior enough beets and cane to produce the ."fl 00,000,000 worth of sugar imported annually. They started o...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 9 August 1898

I How Will It Effect us. H Tho expected ling npparcntl y h - 1 poned. The sugar trust has acquired a I controlling interest in the Hawaiian I commercial nnd gugar company, is 1 about to build a refinery nt Honolulu I nnd will of course monopolize the sugar 1 product of tho Sandwich islands. If 1 now that trust enn in.luco tho United 1 States to admit Bimar freo from the 1 Philippines nnl the Wost Indies, or I annex thoso islands, the trust will pro- 1 ceed to likewise got a monopoly of their I sugar. Thosuceossof this policy would I givo the American sugar refining com- pnny, or trust, wealth beyond computa- 1 lion, nnd its shares wouldjbo worth two I or three times as much as now. But 1 such a policy would annihilate our do- I . mestio sugar-producing industry. It I would ruin existing beet sugar factories ' I nnd cane sugar mills, and deptive American farmers of tho home market I ior enough beets and cano to produco I the $100,000,000 worth of sugar imported annually, They started...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 9 August 1898

B THE "LEMI BANNER B Lohl. Utah County, Utah. H LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. H Mayor John S. Willis. B Councilmcn James Allrcd, Andrew B A.. Pctcreon, Georgo Glover, Samuel B Taylor, George II. Smith. ' H Jlecorda Edward Southwick. H, Treasurer T. F. Trane. H Marshal Joseph A. Thomas, H City Justice John Woodhouse. H Quarcnline Physician Br. Steele. H i() .School Tmjbtkks: H James B; Gaddie, John L. Gibb, John B E. Ross. K tdverlliements in (Alt column Ten ccntt per B tnt first insertion, fiveeents per line each adcii B Tuesday, August 0 1898. B THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER B Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ellsworth me in B town for .a few days. fl You will have no flics on you if you B buy your Screen Doors at the Co-op. K A new f 10 bicycle, for only $30. Call B nl this office. B Thoso camping in American Fork B canyon have'somo -great fish stories to B tell this year. B A party of American Fork people H visited Beck's springs on Friday cven- B H Those wishing cabinet and carpenter B work done, the f...

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. — 16 August 1898

i t---- ', ?ww'''"" r "" i i i ii . .. ..,, ,. i .i, 1,11 ,. in iM.iinA'frifc t' iiimni .... ' mi iinwiWwmuiw 'V "'mi mi n.dwwii'ili; '" -""y "H f' Unrtj!VnTr.ih -"V'v 'T ' ' f Tim Lehi Banner I VOL 8 L3E:HX UTAH, TTJigSA.lT A.TTOTJST 16 1898. 1STO is ,l Agrees to End the War. IE ' k" Washjngtoij, ;Aug, 12 .-The protocol I wa8aignodat4:2? p,,m..y, Secretary 1' ' ofStato Bay, representing' the Ualted JL.--.rt; States, anil Jtf. Cambon, the French III , ambauador, representing fhe Spanish p " government. -The ppptocjj provide: . tv'' K. ?,?? WU rpjinquWh all' fTj'. ' "claim of aouve'rajgnty over and tiile i gW'' Cuba. f' F""' 2. That Porta Ripp and other Spanieh' ,. islande in the Wet jndiee. ah'd aa island! Bum" . ' '4-J-""' . T lap.'- 1n h-Ld ronejSj ,U Je ? ,f VCwhI bytha' jr' United States, abaft ty ceded to the I latter. im 3. That the United Btatee will occupy, aad hold oUiflj city," jbay and harbor o( ' Maaila, pcndlag tho conclusion,.,-of, ja, V' treaty of peace; which shall d...

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. — 16 August 1898

m 'v .... iz H Held for Fornication. M IPrvo, .'Jjr. I.'?. I'aul Stewart of Lohi H liad an. i.'xaminatioif'befbro Justice B Hunter, of HAmericnii t'orlf todnv on u i chargo of fornication, i committed with B Aubio Kingof American Fork. Assisl- B suit County Attorney Bngley appeared B or the statlytnd Ion. David Evans for B defendant, tewnrt was held to await B the action of tho Fourth district court in H 00 bonds, m "The br.pt crop in showing lack of B moisture in many sections," nays tho B Watsonvillo, (Cnl.) I'ajaroninn. ''It is B -spotted ,in districts ;iorth and cast of B town. Fields which liad a big promteo B two months ago will give, but light re- B turns. , South and west of town, B particularly in tlie Beach road and B -fllougn districtb, the crop is going to.bo; B iheavy, and surprising tonnage yields B -will come from several places. Fro;n B the Mo ib Cojo warehouse to the ocean, B in tho Salinas valley, the crop will be m good. Below the warehouse tho crop is B apotted, ...

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. — 16 August 1898

, Ono minute is not long, yet relief obtained in half that, time by the use o ' Ono Minuto Conch Cure. It prevents 'consumption and quickly cures colds, cr up, bronchitis, pncumon!n,ln gripue u 1 all threat itnd lung troubles. II. TJMerriluw. . i V S. M. Genry, nierson, Mich, writes: ' "DeWitt'H Vito,l. lloxol Salve is cm inn more piles here to-day than all othei remedies combined. It cures eczema ' ' nnd all other &kin disoases. II. 11. Morrihew. S. 0. Jones, Millcsburir, Pa. writes: "I have used DeWitlV Little Early - ' Risers over since they were introduced I hero and must say I have never used any pills in my family during fortv I have been a suflVer from chronic diarrhoea ever since tho mar and have used all kinds of medicines for it. At last I found one remedy that has been a success as a cure and that is Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. P. E. Grishem, Gaara Mills, La. For sale by II. B. Merrihew drug gist, Residence for Salo. The Edw. Southwck estate, L...

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. — 16 August 1898

H The Lelii Banner H By Tho Lohi Publishing Company H " DIRECTORS. H QEor.on Wkijij, Frcaidcnt. H James IIabwood, Vice-President. B W. E. Rackur, Samukl TayijOU, H WaijTKK L. Wnnn. B vy.E. Raokbh, Sec. niul Trds. H ' ValUr Iu Wchh Edilor' H SI. SO -V Your. H NOTICB OP DlSCONTINCANCB The BANNHR H hcnt to suhscnh'fti until nti explicit order is H eceived by us, and all payment of arrearages Is H made, as required by law. The courts invariably H hold a (subscriber rcspouslble to the publisher m or the subscription price of all papers received H until (he paper is paid lor in full up to date and B ordered discontinued, PAPKRS KKTUKNKD B AKK NOT NOTICU OF DISCONT1NUANCK. H All communication!! nr.ould be addressed to H TiibLgiii Banner, Utah County, Utah. B Entered at Lchi City, rot'.offlce ( Utah) or H an$))nrtaUnn through the mails at. etennd-clan B B rKm PUBLISHING C B Lam, August 10 1808. I Smn-pSbssi mSA5aOCIATION H , .- ii, .. i .. ., , -..., m Some farmers have continually m been s...

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. — 16 August 1898

I ' ' " ,11.11 ,.,. I . r U j , jas. lurKim ' S I SSL" 'fW' & Sons of Lclli I ' lflflfflK scllsU-SM- KAaQ r;" MflPfl following prices. r 0W(l6l j Sfe3ssi j not I I Wished He Hudn't Went. ft The unbridled muse of the Lost Creek w Lyro contributes this gem to the floating m , literature of the day : $ , "Come where my love lies dreaming" is i ? a quite romantic theme, w But these lottysoundin' ideea isn,t al- ways what they seem, For I went where my Maria, w&s a lyin' f in a snooze i 'Neath the branches of a pinon, where the shnddera was profuse. k She was snoring like a fog-horn, and her purty fnco was wrecked j Into twisted-up contortions till my i heart with pity ached, . And her tangled-up attractions made me bitterly repent fr N That I oversaw her dreamin' made ' me wieh I hadn't went I V m V Weekly Crop Bulletin. During the foro part of the pat week the weather was quite warm, but the last four days were much cooler, averag ing about four degrees below normal, heavy thun...

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. — 16 August 1898

I y Which I I do you like best grocer- I , bills or doctor-bills? i I, ' Use the wholesome I : baking powder Schil- I ' ling's Best 3J UiiiuiUUiuxiiiiiiuixiiiiiiiUUiiiiiixx I f MISS RUTfllE'S CHARGE. fl QO, YOU see, Miss Paul, 1 came fl jj) rouio. .0 And out how many you fl -would take," suidgood Mrs. Manly, the fl plump, matronly minister's wife, and fl sho smiled reassuringly at Miss Ruth's fl grim face. fl "Why, Mrs. Manly, I don't know any fl more about children than a cat does fl i "about Sunday 1" was her dry answer. fl' "Never mind that, Miss ltuthie; you m could learn. And this is just the place E for a poor, tired, hungry little child. B You have a big, empty house, a great, B cool, shady yard, plenty of f reali milk, K fruit, n big garden, chickens, ducks, m everything n child lovesl You might B tako three or four." B "And tliey would chase the ducks, m worry the chickens, pull the flowers, B ,H -waste the fruit, spill the milk and rack- H et and upset nil over thohouscl I...

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. — 16 August 1898

i mi i. ii hi ii ; M A California Version. M A braco of Mormon elders have recent- fly been carrying oh' a mission in L03 I Angeles County, sayB tho San Francisco I News Letter. In a locality where tho I residents are very orthodox, according I to the Now England Btandard, these I Utah missionaries obtained tho use of a I -school houso for their meeting by calling I theinHolvcs 'Latter Day Saints,' which I 'sounded very evangelical in tlm ears ol I the good Protestants of the eection. I At the meeting one ol the elders I ' declaimed very fervently on the unity I of faith, maintninjrig that there isJ only I one right religious way of course, I Briglmiu Young's way and nailing his I argument by quouting very frequently I the biblical text, "One Lord, one "faithf I one baptism." Then tho speaker invited remarks or questions from anyoriopresSiit', vHth.al viow of clinching his'prolBelyting expedi tion. A sweet-faced old lady arose, but completely spoiled the effect of. the. Mormon's 3ra...

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. — 16 August 1898

H 0 :j: H THE LEHI BANNER H Lnhl, Utah County, Utah. B LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. B Mayor-John S. Willie. H CounciZmen James Allrcd, Andrew H A. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel H Taylor, George H. Smiths B Recorder Edward Southwick. H Treasurer-T. F. Trane. bKB 1 Marshal J oaeph A. Thomas, B City Justice John WoodhouBe. B m Quareutinc 'Physician 'Dr. 'Steele. H .School TaytTKKaj, H Jamoa B,,Gadlie, John L. Gibb, Jobn B E. Rom; BBBBBt B nrittwert, oeecnUper Km easfc cdtff H 4nal intehttim. bbbLB ' 'v nl. r f it H THIS. jffHATANPtTHEyQTHfiR H Tha builders are t work ob a new B waideoclfer S. J. Taylor. B A new $40 bicycle for only $30. 011 H M fchia office. H WhatVtb Matter wit the aprinkler H at wu If Hkfe beeneat last week? B A party wa liven in GarfPa ball on B WedBeidayta(t?rBoo.not .tue .childW H fcelonging to tbe Primary Association. BBBBBBJ H Peachet are eearco aronnd heretfaia B jrear and, peddlers have been supplying H tth local demand. B -Thoa. Webb went eaat laet week with H ...

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. — 23 August 1898

-TT - - - . , M (" nifJHBaiHiMniwi urn i 7 i whii wrt mmmmm nmwwwuwx ' fr'1 H.'jjfi1 H "qi1 " - - " "H i' The Lehj Banneb: I y - "VOL 8 IEHX UT A.SL, TJiCSDA. A.TJGTJ3T '3S i 1898. NOjF" ' H THE BEET CROP ;r - Now Looking Better Than Ever !'l Before. I - " i It is a pleasure this year to go through "tho various districts nnd look at the - beet crop, for never before has there been such a splendid showing in this ? section as at present. Tho results of a favorable, season and good farming are .s shown on all sides. Last week the . jh editor had tho pleasure of visitiug the districts in this county in company with ISupt. AuBtin and during the tiipsaw many of tho beet fields. On Tuesday night wo attended a meeting of tho beet farmers at Maple ton where W. T. Tow has juBt been installed ns agent. Supt. Austin ex plained what tiin company oxpeeted an agent to do and gave tho ' farmers instructions about harvesting beets, a number of questions we"re asked and answered and tho bC3t of feel...

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. — 23 August 1898

H The Greatest Infantry Charge in History B Lieutenant IJobnoii, in 'his recent m address nt tlie Metropolitan Optra H Hou8o,!uientloncd, among other tilings, H a spectacle which, from a proscenium B window in prison, ho hai beheld, and H which it had bepn authoritatively M stated could not he performed. The M prelude lasted twenty days, During B that poriod lie watched the Spaniards M fortifying Santiago. Ho saw then B fetching guns from their ships and place a fj them there. And then, just as though B our troops had waited until everything HB was ready for their reception, he saw B th itnmmnorted infantiv advance, he HB huuru mo hinging ui uic utillets, tlTo BB banging of tlio guns, and through it all, B through tho flanking aitillery, through B the tearing shrapnel, through tho B streams of fire, through tho red and BB wiiitc of the tarnished dawn, he saw the B Advance continue, the flignt of the foe, B . , the rush of the infintry, the dash up B the hill, the capture of the fort...

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