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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 23 August 1898

H : John J. Itoberta ia now the smiling papiv of ft 11-pound girl. Aa tho hot weather continues canyon pnrtiea nrc still quite frequent. Thia month hna been tho hottest ' August but one in nine vcaip. t ,,Mr. and Mrs. Christian Kuudscp nro 4 Visiting ehitivca mid frienjla in Sliu pete'. ' v ' -Miss Emma Woodhouao haa been J t - appointed secretary for tho Primury I Sunday School No. 2f Tlio residence of W. II. Steele of American Fork was totally deployed by U ro last week. t The American Flag was raised over I tho Hawaiian Islands on Aug 12, amid I greatenthusiaam. K Sl-'mtl Nelson of the Tintic Miner ia to run the new Utah county Domociatic piper, v Supt. Austin goes north to-day Co , inspect the beet iielda in Salt Lake S county. lis will likely be gono two I days, p Joseph II. Kirkham and Georgo Kiik hi lmm have returned from La Grande U Or. where they have been working dur st' ing the auuunur. H Tho sprinkler was started this morn- y ing and will continue na long as tho dry ;J ,...

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. — 23 August 1898

H Tlie Lielii Baniier H f By Tho Lohi Publishing Company H DIRECTORS. j Gi:o..qk Wniin, President. H James llAnwoon, Vicc-l'reaidcnt. H V4. E. llACKUR, S.VMUKL TAYIiOit. B 4 Walter L. AVr.itn. B . SViE. Rackijh, 8oc. and Tros. H S1.5Q -A- Yocii". H 770TICIS01' Discontinuance. The Banni:r H Rcut to subscribers uutil an rxoliclt order Is H ''lAl ecelved by us. ami all payment of arrearages Is H K Vt.'tiiade, as required liylnw. The courts invariably H ' ' ' hold a subscriber responsible to the publisher H s ' or the subscr'ptlon prlre ol all papers received H i' ' 'until the paper is paid for in full up to date and H , ' ordered discontinued, l'AI'KRS KIJTURNKD B "' AKI? NOT NOTICK 01' DISCONTINUANCE. B ' A" communication choild be addressed to B Tub bum Uaknkk, Utah County, Utah. B Entered at Lehi City, J'ottofflce ( Utah) or H ctis))(ir(n((o ("-0H7A the mail$ (it. tecnnd-clat m r-Kin publishing c H Lehi, Al-ol'bt 2.'! 1808. H The farmers are taking kindly K to the proposition which,...

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. — 23 August 1898

UcS t& Jas. KirkliaFi S v. .VHi. & Sons of Lelii RMf sollsU-s M" 1 ' Baking MiiLl illg pder llt J XU.1XX11 - JMCTv?Mlt. following prices - . " wh? not givc !t Brussels Sujrar Conference. The following explanation of tlio negotiations now Ijeinj; cairied on ith reference to the Buropeon sugar bounties appeared in the London Standard of July 14th : "As the Brussels Sugar Conference '"' , failed to come to an agreement regard ing the abolition of sugar bounties, diplomatic negotiations are being carried out with view at lcastofgctting rid of the so-called war bounties, which have existed since 18915. According to the Fraudunulatt, the proposal to this effect runs as follows: Gennnny dt creases her piesent export sugar boun ties to a trifle above what they weie up to 3890. Austria-Hungary retains her presont expoit bounties, but reduces her bounties. Belgium ii to be allowed, to grant a bounty equal to the new one. Holland is to reduce her bounties to make them equal to the Geuu...

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. — 23 August 1898

I , A CENT'S WORTH BB Tt I ' of the wrong baking powder BBm I ' will spoil a half-dollar's worth I t of cake. I Use Schillings Best. H THE FARMER GOT EVEN, j BBJ With Oarpot-Bag' of Hornota Ho ' B Was Equal to tho Bunco Mon. j B s. jmmallV-UE arc four I BBB vl m " Ineu m Chicago I Bwfl v?c?fc2U wuo U' never bm v&S5L forgct SUas Tui-' Bvfl gVgjfeSfS, mim'fl visit to the H viA clty It w111 be B rSV?i nmny ,,ays b(-,fo,,rt B ft vfc$s&y J these, same men bYs r w,u bc ,,blc to BVfl Vj'VfrtSw show up at the do- fl SSn'.S I08 ata' Pri'.V fl ?-" on the confidence BBB of rural stranger. B 'When Silas came to town Saturday BBH he came with the avowed intention of BBBj revenging himself on a smooth-spoken BBBJ young: man who had met him on :i BBBj former vivit mid had relieved him of a BBB! carpet sack containing the visitor's BBBj money and return ticket. He did not BBBJ expect to encounter the same fellow, BBBb but made up his mind to administer to BBBj the first man who claimed to k...

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. — 23 August 1898

Bv B Annexation and Beet Sugar. B As to beet sugar interests, I may say H that the industry hits been brought to a B standstill by the threatening demands H for territorial expansion. The annexa- B tion of Cuba and the introduction of V Cuban sugar into this country will be K tho death-knell of the beet sugar intcr- H esta of tho United States. The an- B nexation of Hawaii is a severe blow, B but its efl'ei ts can be overcome. We m ' opposed the annexation of Hawaii be- R cause it means to perpetuate tho reci- B procity agreement under which llawai- H ian sugar is now admitted free into this H country. Hawaii can produce but a B small proportion of the sugar needed for H American consumers, but the free ad- H mission of Cuba will be practically H turning oyer the most valuable market B in the world, without any recompense, to tlie poorly-paid half-bred sugar pro I . lucers of Cuba, with whom no Amcri- can farmer could venture to compete. I cannot understand how farmers of this count...

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. — 23 August 1898

H ' THE LEHI BANNER H Lohl. Utah County, Utah. M LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. B Mayor John S. Willie H CoifJct7ien Jnmes Alfred, Andrew H A. rctor8on, Georgo Glover, Samuel H ,Tnylor, George II. Smith. H Jtecortkr Edward Southwick. H '.Treasurer T. l Trane. B 'Marshal Joseph A. Thomas. B City Justice John Woodhouse. B "Quarcntine Physician Br. Steele. B .School Tkustkeb: B James B. Guddic, John L. Gibb, John B .e. Boss. B ' ' ' " . .i ; B idverttiements in this column Ten cents per B int first Imertion, five cents psxtlne each adttt B insertion. H Tokbday, Auausr 23 1808.2 H THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER H John L. Thomne ia the smiling papa H of u 12-pound boy. H Miss Angie wobb visited the Sunday H schools in Payson last Sunday. B A. J. Evans was in Provo Sn business B -on Saturday. B George Whitman has been nursing a B sore hand as the result of getting it B mashed while unloading rails. B Those wishing cabinet and ci.rponter B work done, the fixing of furniture, var- B Jiishint; etc. will...

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. — 30 August 1898

Hi BH "UniyoraityofULh H The Lehi banner I I VOL 8 LOSHX TJTAJEI, TTJJBS3DA.Y. .lTGrTJ3T SO 1898. ISTO 14 H The Coucert. On Sunday night the people of Lehi -'woro given another muBicnltrnnt by our choir Tho people seem to enjoy these concerts as long beforo tho timo to begin tho Meoting House was packed. James M. Kirkham was master of ceremonies and read tho program which, with a few oxceptions, wag the same a& published last week. All of tho selec tions were well rendered and it would be hard to name the moat meiitorious. Somo special features were the solo by John James, tho Bolo by Miss Emma Ramsey and tho duett by Mies Ramsey and 0. A, Kirkham. Tho singing by tho choir was a littlo better than at the last concert. Tho solo singing by our local artists was fully up to tho usual standard. Wo are eafo in Baying that no town of its size can furnish a better rnusican program than was given here on Sunday night. A collodion was taken up for tho missionary fund during ' 'the evenin...

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. — 30 August 1898

B Bout.d Up, M An Iowa boy leccntly pasaod through B tin experience which he will not forget m if ho lives to be 100 years old Ho Is m only five years old, nnd one day when M his fat hor went to the wheat field to m - -chive the harvester he took bitn along B ' nnd perched hhn on the high s in tat m hid sido. Tor a time all this was very B interesting, but presently the little B fellow grow tired and began to Equirrn B and complain. And then, just as the H father wiii leaning over to look more B closely at some of the machinery, off B tumbled the little fellow to the conveyor' B ' He shrieked just once and his fatiicr B tried vainly to stop the horses. But B 'before ho'could even slacken the speed' B the boy had beeirdriven lip through the B elevator canvas with half a bundle of M wheat, the binding twine had twisted B swiftly around his neck and legs and he B was rolled out on the wide currier B securely tied in a wheat bundle. We B almost choked and there was a tinyb it B of skin ...

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. — 30 August 1898

1 Tbo Lehi teachors havo gono up I American Fork canyon to attend the n institute. J. A. Robinson of the N. Y. and Utah II aPr Co wa doing business in Lolii 1 yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Thales Edwards are rejoicing over the appearence of a new boy at their homo last night. I Thoro aro a few stinking pig styes in this town which should bo declared a I , public nuisance and moved outside tho I city limits. I Mr. Yingst, who left here for tho I - Klondike over a year ago. is on his way H homo. He does not givo a very glowing I ' -account of that northern countrv. I Tho Watsonville Bugar factory will begin its campaign about Sept. 1. V "Reports say tho crop is considerable K below the average. Yesterday morning George Seflbrd, fireman on tho R. G. freight train fell from the engine between Sprlngville aud Trovo and received injuries wh'c'i 1 jj caused his death. Tho editor of tho American Fork World missed an issuo el his paper by falling down a mining shaft while wandering about at night ...

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. — 30 August 1898

H M , . - H Tlie 'Lvelii Banner B fm mm. .... ... - - . , - ,. -, H ' By T'ho Lohi Publishing Company H DIRECTORS. H Gko.ioe Wi:nn, President. H J ami; a IIakwood, Vice-President. H W. E. RACKUR, SAMUEL TAYIiOlt, H Wai-tkk L. Wkiiii. H SV.E. Raokku, Sue. and Tr03. H Walter L. Webb, Editor. S1.5QAYoai-. Notice op Discontinuance:. The Dannkr sent to subscribers until an rxoliclt order is HBV ecelvcd by tti, and all payment of arrearages is HBV made, as required by law. The courts invariably HH hold n subscriber responsible to the publisher HH or the subscription prire of all papers received HV until che paper is paid lor in full up to date and ordered discontinued. l'Al'KRS RETURNED AUK NOT NOTICE OF DISCONTINUANCE. HK -'All communications should be addressed to HBb ' Tun Lkiii Banner, Utah County, Utah. . Entered at Lchl City, Postofflce ( Utah) or B aiisiwrtaUon (Urnuih the tnailt ast tecnnd-clatt B i. inn publishing c m Leiii, August BO 1808. H The police department took a H moral ...

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. — 30 August 1898

U' " " . Jis, llirkliaini K 1 & Sons ol Lchi ' ' ' fta sells U.S Bali- : MM mS H hm at y ' JLSUlUllft r&X following prices. - " y not 've fc a trial. Resolutions of Respect. , To Brother W. H.Winn, head teacher of tho Higher Department of the Lehi Sunday School. Whereas : In the providenc c of our Heavenly Father, Brother W. H. Winn hna been called from our midst to tho great beyond ; and Whereas: Ilia faithful, unselfish, and untiring efforts as Head Teacher of tho higher Department of tho Lehi Sunday . - School are fully appreciated and his personal purity, kindly nature, and pleasant association have won the i . admiration and lovo of every Sunday School worker, and especially those over ' v whom ho has presided and by whom he , will ever be heldin kindrememberance. ,'., Therefore be it Resolved, That we, the teachers of the Higher Department, hereby express our heartfelt appreciation and love toward our departed Brother and our sincere regret's for the loss of so noble a...

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. — 30 August 1898

H B It was n wild night. The lightning BB i'nshed, and in response the artillery BB r heaven boomed and rolled, then BB crashed, as if the very sides were rent BB In twain to deliver one mighty blow. BB Streets were transformed into l(,niing, BB 1 ushlng rivers by the terrible downpoi.r BH of rain, while the breakers on tliat BH lone, dreary New England coast seemed HB to defy tho challenge of the roaring Bt BB The ilect of small fishermen had snir- BBJ rled to a safe anchorage curly in tho BBJ afternoon. BBJ "May God help any ship and crew BBJ that gets on a lee shore to-nigl't, lads," BBJ soberly remarked Uapt. "Josh" JlnrtJ- BBJ ing, of the lifeboat, to a few of his men. BBB an ho stepped to the door and peered out BH into the opaque darkness. BBB V The government at that time had not BBB erected the neat, eoy life-saving stn- BBB lion with all its modern appliances () BBB rescue a crew from a st lauded ship BBB which now adorns the long, barren BBB stretch of sand, but the crew ...

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. — 30 August 1898

I - , j . H Sugar for Soldiers. - fffl 9&J Tho question of adding sugar to the 11 "dietof, the tnilltaiy in Germany has l been repeatedly touched on in these M' letters, and it has been reported that a tho government has been inclined to I comn'y with tho wishes expressed with icgardtothis subject. Tho truth of this is now shown by tho fact that on the oc casion of the large autumnal nianeuve'rs last year, experiments were imido with a view to ascertain tho effect of sugar J' given to the soldiers in tho day of I f. great corporeal efforts . Ten men were " , selected out of each company of the regiment to get tho sugar diet, but these j men wore not thef'strongest, but rather of a weak constitution, whilst 10 other men wore also singled out receiving no i sugar, buttheeo latter wero table bodied ' j. men. The doso of sugar administered conbistcd at first of seven cubes; later on ten or twelve cubes were given. The result was that the weight of the sugar men increased more than t...

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. — 30 August 1898

I THE LEHI BANNER B Loht. Utah County, Utah. LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. H i m Mayor John S. Willie. B Councilmcn Jnmcs Allred, Andrew B A. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel Taylor, George II. Smith. B Recorder Edward Southwick. B Treasurer T. F. Trane. m Marshal Joseph A. Thoinas. B City Justice John Woodhouse. 'Quarentine Physician Dr. Steele. B .School Tkustkes: B . Jumea B. Gaddie, John L. Gibb, John B sE. lioaa. BB Advertisements in thii column Ten cents per Bfl int first. Insertion, five cents per line each addt BB tonal insertion. B (Tuesday, August 30 1808. H THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER B M. W. Ingalls and James Gardner B "went to Ogdon on Sunday. BB A new girl has appeared at the home fl of Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips. BB If you want building material of an BB kind you must get it at Peoples Co op B .Everything up to date. BB Any one wishing to learn fasionable B drcBsmakng please call on Miss Lydia BB Evans. B AVar is declared on high prices by . WEST'S MAIL ORDER HOUSE. Send B ,...

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. — 6 September 1898

nnnnnnnLannsr "!P1P!FWI nnnnnnnnnnK VHHIHBvHHHPHk' v' ilHHHIIHMHHRHHiMBHNHiHiHHHHMHIHHHHiHpHMMHjHiwB lnnSnaMai ,,!!, , i i.n.1,1 1 1 ,1,... , ; , rfTTi5Zlu.l!y!!a!5L2bM. .,.i ff,..-.,j' ,.. .lUy,.!,,,,.'!! uhiV-y .- A 'H k The Lehi Banner" I M, Z?3" 8 LEHI' TTTA-H. TTTJSSID.AY'. r3EPTKMBB)R 6 1898. N015,;'"' P- ? PRESIDENT WOODRUFF DEAD ' : Passed Peacefully froi a Restful Sleep into v, HISDEATH TOOK PLACE IN CALIFORNIA gpi Full of Years and Full of Honors iifc Has Passed Pff to His Great Reward L r Wiltord Woodruff, the fourth Frcsi- H:y 'T ' dent of tho Church . of Jeaus Christ if W$' Latter-day Saints, passed peacefully. '$ away at tho residence of Colonel Isaac japl- '. Trumbo, San Francisco, shortly after t't, seven o'clock Friduy morning. :.. , ' Although the Saints throughout the pi "world were in a mensare prepared for JJ' bis demise, still the announcement L -. came unorpectedlv andcauscd universal SI " - ' sorrow, mingled with whch, howoyor m was a feeling of g'rnlitudoJUi...

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. — 6 September 1898

STATB,NEWS ' 8 , Gathered from Various Sources m ' and Condensed, B ' Lolii, Grnntayillu, Eureka, Preston H nnd Smithflold will cacli send u chorus B of fifty voices to the Eisteddfod. B Brigham City is booming Utah 'h Punch B Day, which will likely be colobrated B - there about Sept. Ifith. B According to statements filed by the B ltio Qnuulo WoHtern Railway company H with County Clerk Ilnvercnnip, (11) hoad BBS of horse, cuttle und sheep huve bcei B killed on the company's truck in this B county since Junuury 1st of this yeur, B Tho diHputo about the boundary lino H between Utah and Juab counties has B ' been decided in such a ananncr .thut H KnightsviYle, the Uncle Sam, Uodivn, H Ilumbmjfto. 2. , May .Day and other B Valuable mines in that locality arc sit H uated in Juab county. TIiq line, lias BB been determined by county surveyors of B Sanpete, Utah n,nd Juab counties, and B -Commissioner Perry of Utah, County . BB Wheat crops in this country are very B largo this year but no ...

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. — 6 September 1898

! BAD DIET 10)it HOUSES. Stalo Brood Will Not Do go Regu lar Faro. Tho rnlluro of i Urooklyu Maker's Vlati for Unln 8urjliii I.ohtoh w ' Souio I'fttiln for Stook -; Feeder. One duy iv mnu was standing' alontf side a big furnace door in a bakery where iouU of bread is mixed and baked dally. Ah he stood there hu meditated, mid well lie might, for loaves of bread vorii being thrown into the furnaee. They were stale loaves which had been returned by dealers, and burning was the cheapest way of disposing of them. The Idea ramc to him of selling tbo bread to Long Inland farmers to feed to pigs and chickens. Some of it is now disposed of in this way, but a lot remained. Then another idea occurred Uj him. He had observed time and again that pet horses enjoyed a crust from tho hands of their masters and mistresses. He read horse and stock liooks and found considerable information for stock-owners, particularly horse-owners, on the desirability of cooked food. Jt printed the claims of u Chica...

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. — 6 September 1898

H The lAehi Banner H . f By' Tho Loh'i Publishing Company B MREUTORS. H B Geo:'.oi: Wunii, President. H .Ta.mkh IIauwood, Vicc-rreaident. B W. E. K.cki:, Samuki. Tayi.ou. H Wai.tkk L. Wunit. H SV.E.ltAOKnit, Sec. nnd .Tfc3. H -E.-S. G-auholt., Editor. H , ;r ' " ' '''" 1 H Noncuor Discontinuance The Bannhk H . ftcnt to 8ub.cnbsr!f jmtU mi rxoliclt order Is H ' ' e'eetved by us. niul all pny incut ornrrearages'Is H made, nit required by law. The courts invariably H bold n subscriber rcoristble to the publisher H ,or the, subscription jirlro of all imjit is received M until die paper U paid lor in full up to date nnd B ordered discontinued. I'Al'KRft KKTUKNJ'.D B AUK NOT NOTIC15 Ol' DISCpNTINUANCK. M c . jjfcd -. All, communications l:oild be addressed to B ,TiibI,i:iii IIannlr, Utah County, Utah., H JCntercd at Leht City, VotioJJlct (Utah) for Hf anfportattuii Ihriiwjh the mailt us, tecnnd-clat M I.IUH l'OUUSHING c H , iii i .I, . . i . i. 'n i H LkIII, Sil'TKMilKK 0 1808. pMn A5aOCI...

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. — 6 September 1898

HHHHiirH -------------- U" las. " Iflrlliaiii j I & Sons o! Lelii ,. . " ' est sells U. S Halt- Rakinfif ifeS ing Powilcr !lt , t ia-AliQ rflwA following prices S-" Why not "ive it . , . . a trial. i . c GOOD TIKES HMIE COKE. n I V? ' Vou can afionl to i-dulKc ipurself or your I family in the luiury ot n Rood weekly npvv , ( paper and n quarterly magatlne of fiction. I Yon can get both of these publication with J ' almost a library of good novels for $J per year. world famed tor its brightness and the mo3t coiup'.eto Ueneral Weekly covermc tt wider range of mi) l is tu ted to the tastes of men nisU vu::icn of culture nnd refinement than any journal-etur published. Subscription price, 4 per annum TALUS I-RO.1l TOVN TOPICS, a. :5Pi: Quarterly U.t-:.izlne of fiction, appearing the f7rst day of Jlaich, June. September and De cember, and (.tblishma original novels by the Ucst writers of the day and a mass of short stories, piioin. burl sque3, 7lttlclsms etc. Sub.crlptiou p-ice. $s pe...

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. — 6 September 1898

I . . Poiikical m s' v THis department is deigned to B f ' I contain fluch political nows ns ' B may be of interest to nil our B rcaders'tind is jfot a record of B . the Editor's personal opinion. B Tlie Republicans hold their primary B Wednesday evening, August U, in ilio B City Hall. The nttendmico was small B ftnc in business before the primary was B quickly dispatched. George Webb, the B county committeeman, was chosen to B presido at the meeting and E. It B Patterson noted ua secretary. The B delegates Bclected to attend the State B Convention at Halt Lake City on Sept. B 8 are: George Webb, 4, E. Itoss, James B Hnrwuod, George Deck, E. 8. Carroll, B John Kobcrts, Jr. Alternates: Mill B - Elizibeth AtiBttn, Mrs. George Webb, B Mrs. J. E. Ho.b. Mrs. Harwood, Mrs H Buck, Mra. Taylor. B Soino of ihe Republicans appear to B . have the idea thut nchairmnn of a party HK in thin precinct would be chosen at the B primaries this fall. This will not be H done unlesa a special meeting is ...

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