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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 6 September 1898

Hs f SI'W1, Bl 1 r-Y ut J . t 1 B I 'r ' I THE LEHI BANNF.R M Lohi. Utah County, Utab. m i 1 LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. H Mayor John S. Willie. . Councilmen Jnincs Mired, Andrew I A. reterson, 'Georgo Glover, Samuel Taylor. Georgo II. Smith. Recorder Edward Southwick. . I Treasurer T. F. Trane. I Marshal Joseph A. Thomas , I City Justice John Woodhoiuc, , I 'i I QwarcH-tHe Physician Dr. Steele. I School Tuustukh: ., . I James B. Gnddie. John L. Gibb, John E. Ross. ""!!' " idvcrttscmcntt in thts column Ten cent per intflrrX Initrtion, flvccenlt per Jtnt each addt lonaHniertton. v ; t ' Jt ' ' ' -' f MW-Wa-WaJ W- THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER J. A. Davis, a tonsorial artist from. Salt Lnke Oity, ia now employed in Oharlea Uintmcli'a barber shop, ' It you wnnt'building rnntu-inl r'an kind you must get it at .Peoples .Co op Everything up to, dare; ' , ; - ' Watches, clocks and jewelry cleaned and repaired. Best of work at lowest prices. Give us a. call. BroadbontA Son. Mrs. M. A. Taylor, who h...

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. — 6 September 1898

B ' -CONTIXUIIU FROM 7TII PACK H , :, , 1 H John J Thninu8nin(lo u business tyip B 1o Suit LifKo (Jity Inst week. H Jerome Child will leave in a few days H on ii mission to the Southern States. H Chairman Bullock of the County H Hoard of Commissioners was in Lchi on B business Thursday. B A ward coufereuuc will bo held in B Lehi one week from Sunday next. Thu B Stake authoiitics will bo in attendance. B James M. Anderson and (leorge B 'Glover havo received interesting com- B inunicatioiiH from Bo B, Salt Lake B City. B James E. Campbell and family who B had been visiting friends and relatives B in Lolu returned to Mcrcur Wednesday m morning. B WANTED A woman to do general B housework .for 8 or 0 months. Good B wagea paid.' Apply to J. S. Beck, B Alplno or Highland, Utah. B "The Damnation of Thoron Ware" B by tlio iiutW of "Quo Vadis" t and 87 B "other good' no vol 9 at from 5 to 50 cents B ouch. S.W.'Boes.'thdlNows' beater.' B B It ia the best. Dandruff ..eradicated, B the ncalp kep...

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. — 13 September 1898

V Uutv-ni' of UU H jH I i ':if - ' The s LehiBanner. I ; v ! II VO:lb8- jLYEDIIX UTAH, TTTJSSP-ftuTrl SPTEMBKR 3.3 1898- NOl6 H PEES. I0.0MTJFFS FUNERAL ft Jr . ..i - H....I ... .. . - -- ..,. Multitudes" Attend to .Pay their lst Hespecfs . to flielDeaOwtidcnt' . TRIBUTE OF UNIVERSAL MOURNING 1 Full of Years and Full of Honors ne Has Passed j ' '',,. 1 - -to His Great Reward t3reat multitudes wore crowding the t streets of the State capital early Thurs. day morning having come from afar to 4V ' attend tho tuneral of Wilford Woodruff .the late president of tho church of Jeaua j., Christ of Lattor-day Saints, ; . Tho trains, from tho north, nrid tho j ? "south added more to tho throng, bo'th ,1 -i aoads having on extra trains, bcsidcB the regular trains, all of which woro i'l well crowded. ' Mahv alBodrojo into tho city from the country. Crowds were about tho Tabrmaclo before the ' doors vero opened and the lai go building was soon illled to its ut most capacity. ' The building had be...

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. — 13 September 1898

I ' 'STATE NEWS I Gathered from Various Sources and Condensed, H Nathaniel Pierce ot al. located the H Utah, situated in Battle Crock mining H district, Utah county, Tuesday. H The threatened frost came, and came m early in Pinto county. The night of m Sept. 2 brought deatii to bcniiB, corn, m cucumbers and all tnder vines and B plants, und greatly injured the second B -crop of lucern . B Leu Warner, the young man who was H injured by falling from a scaffold in tlio B Mormon Tabernacle at lUcli field B Wednesday morning, iu getting along B nicely, and is no longer In serious dnn- B gor. ' His worst injury is a brokon rib, B though his spino is quito badly bruised. H A few weeks at most will see him at ?. work again. lit J yfip Charles Do Comto of the Sttutz Theater H company, now performing in Sprlng- B yillo, was adjudged insane Thursday H , night befoto Judgo Dusonberry at Provo H and committed to tho asylum for treat- H nient. Do Comto is fully awn re of his H condition, and expr...

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. — 13 September 1898

" 1 nu QUtbN bLHlNU I nt FlriUtiR. , I.tllnn IJcll ficlfi Her Vlvnt TjiMi or1 llcnl Liberty In RiiKlmul. ( j t Miss Lilian Roll, avIio 5s narrating her ) impressions or the old world nnd its' people for the LndicR' Home Journal, I writes from Iondon: "I have seen the ! 5 houses of parliament nnd the tower, ' k nnd WesMnlnster nbbcy, and the. i world's fair, but the miost impressive E ight I ever beheld Is the upraised baud , J. of a London poliecinan. I never heard ') ' . one ot them apeak oxecpt when spoken :j ,,' to "t let one little blne-eoatcd man ,, rn.se llls forofillffer nml ovcrj. vej,jcje I on wheels stops, and stops instantly; stops in obedience, to law and order; W '., i "tops without wearing or gostlelilat- I, ing or abuse; stops with ho underhand-! ed trying to drive out of line nnd tfot by on the other side; juat stops, that is the end of it. And why? Because the queen of England is behind that raised finger. Why, a London policeman hna more power than our president. H...

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. — 13 September 1898

'Tlie Ielii' Banner H By Tho Lohi Publishing Company B 2 H ? r , DIRECTORS. B w' Gkook WkiiHi President. B Jamkb llAHWboo, Vice-President. B W. E. K.OKun, Samukl Tayi.ok. .!aN-' Waltbii L. Wkiiii. B HV.E. llAoicnu, Sec. and Trca. H ' E. S. Carroll., Editor. B yi.Q A Yomr. B :., NOTICKOl' IlISCONTINUANCB The llANNRU K -. sent to oubsenb-rs until ttn rxoltclt order is B ' ccelvcd by tn, nml alt payment of arrearages la BH inudc, ns required by law. The courts Invariably PB ( kj, hold n subscriber Tesjxwslblc to the publisher pB, or the subscription pilrc of all papers received BB 'until (he paper is paid lor iu full up to date and PB ordered discontinued. l'Al'KRS Kl'.TUKNKO PPJ ARW NOT NOT1CK Ob DISCONTINUANCE. BB AH, commuulcaUono rt oatd be addrcs.ed to PB Tl,n I,K1" Hannhr, Utah County, Utah. H n .. ii&ntercd dl Lcht City, Pottnfflce (Utah) or B (importation 0-nwih the mails ut. r ccond-clat PB Jll1 . I.KM l'Uin.ISIUNO c H Lmu, Sii-rKMiir.u-1.1 1808. PBh H ,',, President MeKin...

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. — 13 September 1898

' ' ' .5.. r . &SoiisofLcl Wk sells U. S Bat- ' ; Baking Ml ' ;? 1or at . its $ITvy& following prices. - Powder cfipMt & vif: $- Why not give it a trial. i GOOD TIMES HAVE GOHL J You cap afford to fadulgo yourself or your I family in the luxury ot a Rood weekly news J paper and n quarterly magazine of fiction, j You can get both of tlieso publication? with j almost o library of Rood novels for $$ per year. IgACvvQBfs & imnsiMrr tvorld famed f r its brightness and the- most complete iterMl Weekly covering a wider ,! range nl sublets suited to the tastes of roes nud women of c jlture nnd refinement than any journal-ei-er published. Subscription price, 4 per annum. . TALES 1-RO.M TOWN TOPICS, a ssipage ( Quarterly M.wnzine of fiction, appearing tin first day of Jlareh. June. September and De cember, an J publishing original novels by the ' 'best writers of the day and a tnass'bl short ttoric 1, poems, burlesques, witticisms, etc. . , Subscription prtcu. $t pjr annum. ' ...

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. — 13 September 1898

Political I : peparfcijiei)! B This department ia designed to B contain such political news us B may be of interest to nil our H readers nnd is not a record of H the Editor's personal opinion. H Tomorrow tho Democratic Stato Cou- H vention will be held in Suit Lake City H for 'tho purpose of nominating one H candidoto for JuBtico of tlie Supreme H Court nnd one candidate for Ropresen H tativo to Congress. Thursday tli0 m Populists will meet to nominate uandi- B dntes for the same oilices. B Wednesday in Salt Lake City n qunr- B rel occurred on tho street between B Sanalor Rawlins and George Ulnir, a B doputy clerk of Salt Lake County and a B aon-in-law of George W. Thrftcher of B Logan. Senator Rawlins stated that H tho quarrel grew from questionable H , rpethods used by Blair with mail matter H belonging to the Senator during tho laBt H Senatorial conteBt, while Blair claims B that tho Senators attack was actuated B solely by bittorness of being defeated B as delegate to the county...

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. — 13 September 1898

' " ' ' "- --' THE LEHIGH AN NKR Lohl. Utah County, Utah. LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Mayor John S. Willis. ' Councilmen James Alfred, Andrew rA. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel ? Taylor, Gcorgo'll. Smith. Recorder Edward Southwick. Treasurer T. F. Trano. Marshal Joseph A. Thomas, City Justice John Woodhouso. 'Quarenlinc Physician Dr . Steele. ;Souool Trubtbkh : .James B. Gaddie, John L. Gibb, John tE. Ross. ' . " Ldvcrlhcmcnti in thu column Ten centt vcr in first inter I inn, jive cento per lino caih addl tonal insertion. THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER Watches, clocks and jewelry cleaned and repaired. Best of work at lowest prices. Give us a call. Broadbent & on. Those wishing cabinet and ct.rpcnter work done, the fixing of furniture, var nishing etc. will plcuso call on Guntivo Molstedt Locust Grove, ' Lelri. By the rumors wo should judge that nil thu city authorities aro about to bo incarcerated in tho county jail at Trovo as an outcome of the liquor cases. 1 (this proves true, justic...

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. — 13 September 1898

B CONTINUKD FROM TII PACK H Mr.. ..Louis Garfi' visited friends in B DisiporlaiU Fiiday. B Ansa Wood house nnd wife have ro- H turnedfroin Alberta, Canada. H lttchard Norman returned lnsl week H from a lengthy visit to England. H Tli'o Oregon Shoit Lino on tho oc- H casion of President WoodnifPH funeiul H sold !5J tickets and the 11. G. W. 25. H Mrs. Laura Palznor and Mi's. Mattie m "Webb went to Provo last Fiiduy to visit B fiiends and loturncd to Lelii Sunday. B State Tieaturor Chipman passed B through Luhi Thursday on iiis way to B the Midas wine in the Willow Check H -Country. B Mies Lulu Tranc, doughter of T. F. B Trane, hna been visiting tho family of B 15. F.' Schettler, the prominent Salt H Lake City Bunker. B WAITED- A woman to do general B honflo'work for 8 or 0 months. Good B wages, paid. Apply to J. 8, Heck'' H Alpine or Highland, Utah. B "THo. Damnation of Thonm Waro" B ly the-autharof i'Quo Vadis" and 87 H -other good novels at from 5 to 50 cents H ORch. S. W. llosu, t...

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. — 20 September 1898

I '-I jj Zgg gJLH?-.?.' TTJ.H:SPA.Y. SEPTKMBBBgQ 1898. " NO 17 I ' ' ' PRESIDENT LORENZO SNOW U i Raised to the First Presidency of the Church i i ,'; Last Tuesday. . ' .ACTION OF COUNCIL WAS UNANIMOUS J 'George Q. Cannon and Josepn F, Smith are - ' r retained as his Counselors- , . The following notice was given to the Salt Lake papers Wednesday the action 'noted, being taken Tuesday: 'To the Officers and Members of the Church of Jesus Christ b' Lattor-day Saints : A special meeting of the. council of -apostles rwaa held Tuesday morning for the purpose of considering important "budneis of a financial 'character, at which woro present Xotenza Snow, Franklin D. Richards, George Q. Cannon, Joseph 1?. Smith, Brigham , Young, Francis M. Lyman, -John Henry Smith, George Teasdale, "Heber J. Grant, John W. Taylor, Mar- riner W. Merrill, Artthon H. Lund, , Matthias F. Oowley and Abraham 0. Woodruff. During the deliberations tho necessity of aopointinga truBtee-in- l -trust f6r the church be...

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. — 20 September 1898

I STA'rt; NEWS H , . H Gathered- from Various Sources H and Condensed, H Tito Argyle family hold a reunion H Monday and Tuesday, nt the residence H of Mayor Argyle, of Spanish Fork, in P honor of the eightieth anniversary of H ' tho birth of Joseph Argyle of Woods H Cross, father of Mayor Argyle. Tho M -veteran came from his home in Davis m eouuty with many of his relatives, and B thoroughly enjoyed the fostivitieB nr- m rnuged in his honor. He was born in H England, and came to Utah in 1850 M with the first handcart company, and H haa a family of 12 children (all the sons m nnd daughters of one mother) 11 of m whom are living, together with 101 B grandchildren and -12 great-grandchil- B drcn, The old gentleman is halo nnd m hearty, and appears to have many years B of life yet before him B A correspondent of the Salt Lake B Herald from Coalville eays: "Anop- B portunity is now presented which, if j taken advantage of by our citizens, will B eventually bring dollars to our town, B fu...

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. — 20 September 1898

'r t ' w .--. r? i -., - VvnONG KINU ur tviUSIC. , IlntltoHiiukc meovvrMl A mom; Com- ' lontM of n Mtiio Illicit. J fJ& SS 'orence Gamcro.i, a prqlty ami i ,1 plucky girt whoso home Is hi Oakland, ' CnL, hfid n remarkable experience the tf olliorinonw.'tr. Shu discovered n rattle- t,' s: akc b t u tu o t !m In el" mm ic, n fchc was p ;fiff rcv the pL-cn hi .e.m .1 j. i of sonic pn .leular ImI'.juI, anl onlynu- cecth'd l J.il.ing it after an exelttyr cneounfer, saya the San Franetto I , ,.iClirpniele. 1 ' .. .?J,,19 nakc was nbt a large one, yet it j was big and vigorous enough to have in flicted a futal wound had it been given li ft W -y--1- A' I ll " ' '" RKADT TO 8TRIKL'. chance to strike. Miss Cameron had handled the music freely hi the search A, for certain compositions. The mufeie is lg ,, kept iu a rack made for the purpose, jp Jind this ta"iN in 11 drawingroon; near J n window. The presumption in that the J reptile er.nv'.ed in through this, window ' and secreted it.elf 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. — 20 September 1898

H i H &; i m wTIie Ielii Banner B v By Tho Lohi Publishing Company H V DIBEOTORS. B Gko?,(u: Wkiiii, President. B Jamch IIaiuvood, Vice-l'reaident. H , -W. E. ItACKUK, SAMUEL TaYI.OU, B WaijTkii L. Wuuu. H W.E. Rackkh, Bee. and Ti-cb. K , . .-.! -I. I. -I I II... II I I I I II - B E. S. Carroll, Editor.' H Sl.BQAYonr. B NOT1CK01' Discontinuano:. The 11anni:r H scut to subscriber until nn fxohelt order Is H ecelved by us, and all payment of arrearages la H made, as required by law. The courts invariably H '' '' hold n subscriber responsible to the publisher H ' .or the subscription prlr.iJ of ull papers received B until che paper is paid lor in full up to date and H ordered dlHcoultuucd. VAI'KRS KKTUKNKD B ARK NOT NOTIC1'. Ol' 1HSCONTINUANCK. BPB I Alt communications should be addressed to HPH Tub I.kmi IIannkk, Utah County, Utah. B ''" knitted nl Lthl City, Jtuloffice Utah) Jor B OtWJlOratfo thrnwjh the. vialli at, ttawd-clatt M r.KM PUBLISHING C B . t, Lictii, SrTKMiiKH20 1808....

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. — 20 September 1898

' t I--. 1... . U " Jas. luiiiiiaiif Jj I & Sons o! Lclii I h sells U. S Bali- I Baking mS, H )mix at I fi ArMx ,j 5 oz cans J Oc I rowdei A-'- " "' I x!- Why not give it I a trial. I - GOOD TIMES HIVE COME. " I ' You can afford to (ndulxe yourself or your I family in the luxury ot a rooiI weekly news- J I paper and a quarterly magarine o( fictioa; I B Vou can Ret both ol these publication with almost a library oi kotmI novels for $s per year. HorUMameil lot in brightness .and the moil K complete Oeneral Weekly covering wider H range u( subjc w stfltcd to the tastes ot men I arJ women vl cilture and refinement than any H journol- ever published. Subscription price, U per annum TALE5 IRO.M TOWN TOPICS, a jp(f Quarterly Mazarine of fiction, appearing tin .- v..r.rst day of ilarch, Juno. September and t)c n icmtcr, and publishing original novel by the I ' , best write: ot ina iUy and a mass ot short H ' stone poem-i. burUsques, witticisms, etc. v ' Subscription price. $i per annum....

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. — 20 September 1898

r - -t, B I , . I B I ii... i.H. i.i "ii ' ' . L' " " ' I Political I . peparfcjiei)i I I , v . This department is designed to B v "" f $H contain such political new as B " tffc may be of interest to nil our B ," l render ami is not a record of B 'ti the Editor's personal opinion. B 'i B l&rhc Kcpubliuan County Convention B Jfi be held at Provo next Satuulay, B -Sept. 21. B ,r Reed Smoot of Provo will bo a B " eandidate for tlio ofTicu of State Senator B on the Republican ticket. B ', Jos. E. 1'age of Payao.i, A. L. Booth B , Wfe'.oM'rovo, and S. K. King of I'rovo, nre B VM' ' candidates for tbe .nomination to tho B ,"iohlec of Count v Attorney on the B ltepuhlicau ticket. B , . , S. L. Cbiptnan of American Fork is B t one of the I inlativu poaibilltieH on the B " ' Republican ticket. .Aineri:an Fork ha B f two other prospective candidates, W. B )K" D KoWiiHOti for Commissioner, ami B Win. Poole for Aweudor. B .. Williuu M. Koy'ance of Sprlugville, B - T. ' candidate on the Demo...

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. — 20 September 1898

r THE LEHIBANNKR . . ,, , ' ? Lehi, Utah County, Utah? LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Mayor John S. Willis. 'Councilmen Jumcs Allred, Andrew I A. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel Taylor, George H. Smith. 1 Recorder Edwnrd Soutlnvick. Treasurer T. F. Trane. Marshal Joseph A. Thomas. City Justice John Woodhoune. Quareniine Physician Dr. Steele. .Sciiool Tbubtebp : James B. Gnddie. John L. Gibb, John 3E. Ross. t tdvtrttsemenU in (Au column Ten cetir per iMfirtlimtrtton, five cents per ltn$ eaih add I - tonal intertton. ' THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER j A two-story brick school house is in j' courso of erection in Alpine. ' Thomas Fowler of Provo vras in Lehi 1 tat week. Ho was on his way toBing- ham. T Ole Ellingson, cashier of the bank, l mado ajbusihess' trip to- Salt Lake City Friday. Judge" Dusenbefry ' stopped in Lehi Friday. IIo had been on a trip to I Mercur.' .. I Herman Ostorloh has removed his family to Lehi and has settled in his 1 home on Main,street. 9 Joe Dorton has reopened'1 his bu...

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. — 20 September 1898

B CONTIXUKD FROM 7TII PAGE B . ' - - H Tho'council meets tonight. " H J. 8. Urotidhent miule u business trip B to Salt Lake 01 ty Friday. H H .1. A. Robinson, the liuatlor for ttic H N. "i?. and Utnii Paper Oo; was In town H Friday. H Washing machines -cheap at the H Co-op this week. No. 2 Western, $8.25. M No. Western, $3. GO. H Car load of barb wiro just received nt H the Co-op, Prices cheaper than uvtr B sold in Utah. Come and see. H Fred Nelion, editor of the Utah B County Dcmcrat, was in Lohi on busi- H nesa a-couple of days Inst wtok. H WANTED A woman to do general H lioascwork for 8or0montLs. Good B wagoaipaid. Apply to .7. S. Beck, H Alpintj or Highland, Utah. H "The Dauinntion of Thoion Ware" M by thejautlmr of "Quo Vadie" nnd 87 H other good novels at from 5 to CO cents H each. S. W. Rosa, the News Dealer. H If you ar.c troubled with falling hair, H dandrufr,,eczemaofthescalp, or inclined H tagraynees, uso the beBt preparacion H made to correct nnd cure Hall's Hair m Itcnc...

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. — 27 September 1898

Trnj11 Lehi Banner. I "VOLS ,' LEHI, UTAH, TTJJSDA.!?-. SEPTEMb'eR'27 1898. 2STO 18 H i'A Visitor's View of Utah. "V ,.. ' , it s The following is mi extract from a ; jfc loiter written by J. M. StuUe baker to " the South BendTimes; 'Indiana: '.j "Almost half n century ago as 11 boy L J crossed the dreary plain in the that Studobaker wagon, miulo by my own hands, nnd how well I reniember the first sight of this beautiful vnlley, and our kind reception by Brigham Young nndhissmnll band of followers, who had years before arrived hero and - endured the -trials and hardships and ' dangers from 'hardships and starvation l incident to pionepr life at that time. ; r No one will ever bo able to appieciatc l . the trials and haidships of Biighnm H jf Young pa reaching this valley, outside Jfl of the hn mediate little band that nc- jC companicd him on this mission. Jn, t $ order to establish the church of his 'iU I inspiration and belief. "Whatever oIpc, ,J may be said of Brighum Young, he wa...

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. — 27 September 1898

I STATE NEWS GatheFed'from Various Sources H and Condensed, H An attempt was mndo to wreck the H enstbound pas?enger and express train H on tho Rio Grande Western at a point H known as Sharp's Spur, some four iuiIuh H this side of Colton, or 1'. V. Junction, i H Wednesday night, which is believed to H Jiavo boon the work of train robbers. B A heavy piece of iron had been inserted B in the switch and the ties loosed from m tho rails. The passenger train pusbed B over tiie obstruction in safety, hut u B freight train which cmno along some B time later was badly wrecked. The B passenger irain carried about $10,000 H tocash chocks of railroad employees nt B Uolper. The attempt is laid to tho tho H Robbers Roost gang. H J. B. Jennings, the Richfield attorney, H was ou trial in his home city last week, B charged with purjnry. Judge Rolupp, B of Ogdon tried the case. Thuis lay he H vyas found not guilty. H Tho Agricultural college made n most H remarkable opening Tuesday. The B stttetidanc...

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