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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 11 October 1898

' ' ' 11 ' 1' THE LEHI BANNER Lobl. Utah County, Utah. ,. LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. m ' ' ' M Mayor John S. Willis. ffi Counciimen James Allred, Andrew P? A. reteraon, George Glover, Samuel Taylor, George II. Smith. ?t J?ecordr Edward Southwiclc. 'l Treasurer T.F. Trnnc. ifaraial Joseph A. ThomaSi City Jujttcc John Woodhouse. J 3t(aren(tr(e Physician Dr. Steele. r ;Scuool Trustees: James B. Gnddie. John L. Gibb, John i E. Ross, Idvertiiementi in (At oluwi Ten centt per in first intertlnn, five ccnti per line each addi tonal insertion. r THIS, THAT AND THE OTHER mm - Call and see the new lino of carpets at Mie Co-op. Mons II. AnderBon has foisaken the t sugar factory to accept a position on the rai'road. The Co-op lias a nice assortment of ladies' and child) ens capes and coats. , Tlio most valuable elephant in the I world will be hei'c on Friday, October f 14 Gottleib Beck and wife, of Eureka, were visiting old friends in Lehi Friday and Saturday. See thatvy6ur children always wear D...

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. — 11 October 1898

H Continued from 7th Pagb MH' - ?" v IjV n , ,, t.tt ,- ,,''' ''& w H Bar bay wire and nails jn aqhip B man's. Call on thorn for'prloes. H Lov Brown is In from Fish f rnm. B nnd reports everything booming in that H nmp. You can buy plenty bf oats, flour JH potatoes nnd vegetables at Chipman's.' m Prices are down now. M Isaac Fox delivered a lino lecture on B the snbject of tho "Volcanoes of B Hawaii, ".nt tho meeting house, Sunday night. B The Ohlpman lIer. Co., American B Fork, have just unloaded sovoral curs of B furniture,jstoves and building material, B They want to soil bud. B "Tho Damnation of Theron Ware" B by the auUmr of "Quo Vadis" and 87 B other good novels nt from 5 to GO cents B -eRcli. B.V. Ross, the Nowa Dealer. B Old fashions in dress may be revived, H but no old-ijisjioned medicine can re- B plaoo Cliimiborlaiif'a Colin, pholprn, and B DiarrhoeakoBedy.., For sale by H. B. B 3Iorrihew,h;uggiat. B The Ghipman Her. Co., Amorican H Fork, are ( overloaded on winter g...

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. — 18 October 1898

unwvixk, Oi L'v U H f The Lehi Banner I It ' yL S VBSBX. XTT A.BC, TITIflSP A. Y. PC TQB B H 1 8 i ftfla. " " NO a" I it s Council Proceedings. I v ' ' ' ' ' ,1 I ' V ' . Lehi, Oct. 11, 1808. P& v Council met in regular sealiion, Mayor jk. Willis prebiding. E ' Present Smith, Cilover, Allred, Taylor nnd 1'oterfion. r '" Minutes of previous meeting were i; y read and approved. J, Moved nnd carried that the matter ot i remitting taxea be tabled and referred k to Attorney for legal advico on the ft' matter. ' b Mra. Stotfdurt naked that her hotel PfiA f license for th'u" present quarter bo re- I 'L .- niittod. Granted. I J-T5 Tli-1' following resolut.ons were passed I ' ' y unanimous vote of'the council: f- ' "Thatwhereaa, no proper deed hna i overseen given by L.hi Uity to any V person' and that there is no deed of fk record vhntcvcfor15t 2, ft bfooklji," L ' l't"A'' olLBhi Oity sunvtyf IfciHuV ? ,J ' ing lots, nor for'tho following: Begin G I Vj rods and 7 feet iouth nnd ii.iods ...

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. — 18 October 1898

H STATE -HEWS' m Gathered from Various Sources m and Condensed, H Tho Provo city council has passed an H ordinance providing for tho collection of H poll tax from residents within tho B corporrto limits by tho street supervisor. H This lux lina heretofore been fcolleeted B by tho county road supervisor , H A fino looking sample of leaf tobacco H grown by Sernino Oonrnd in on exbi- H bitfon at Scutt's barber shop. Tho B chtaracter of tho sample demonstrate8 H tho favorable character of the soil hrsre- H abouta for tobacco culture and should H open a new field of industry in Utah H county. Utah County Democrat. B Tho following from the Sanpete Dera- B -ocrat is evidence of the scarcity ami H consequent high price of sheep in the B county: A gentleman from Montrone, B Colorado, lies been in tho city this week B for tho purpose of purchasing 500 ewes. B Ha informs us that after looking the B whole county over he will return villi- B out making a purchase. Tho stock is B held at too high...

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. — 18 October 1898

JT "' "eeaaaBBBBj "-V g ' ' i i in , A malicious scoundrel buried a spike-studded plank on a uyle path near Milwaukee. About 200 bicyclists passed i over it and had to walk home. 1 A swinging sofa is the latest con- j irivancc for parlor use. It has all the j itdvantngcs of the hammock, without , its perils. Engaged lovers who use it I 1 never "fall out." J Ether was administered to Mrs. Mary Whltten, of Sallad9burg, Pa., by j a dentist who was about to extract some j of her teeth. Before the teeth were pulled the woman was dead. h At the marriage of 0. L. Brightwell and Mrs. S. J. Hodges, both residents of Platte county, Mo., a son of the groom nctcd as best man, and a son i of the bride stood up with her. i A lamp-wick which does not re- 1 quire trimming has been invented. It I is a thick coil of clay, perforated with minute holes, through which the oil ascends by capillary attraction. An alien is not permitted to nc quiro a title to land in Bermuda, either by purchase or inherita...

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. — 18 October 1898

H - B - ' B Tine lAelii Banner H 1 ; m ' By Tho Lohi Publishing Company M DIRECTORS. H Gko..qk Weiw, President. H n Jamkb IIakwood, Vice-President. H $ W. E. Raqkuk, Samuel Tayi.oh, B a f Waltkr L. Wnini. H e W.E. Raokkk, Sec. and Trcs. B E. S. Carroll, Editor. bbx BBJ v si.eoA Yotii". bVbVbb B ,' ifoTicKor Discontinuance. The IUnnhr B sent to subscribers until an explicit order is HI , ecelvcd by its, and all payment ofarrcarngcs is B guide, as required bylaw. The courts invariably BBw hold n subscriber responsible to the publisher BBa or the subscription price of all papers received B nntil (he paper is paid (or in full up to date and H ordered discontinued. PAI'KRS Kl'TURNi'D H AR1J NOT NOTICH OI' DISCONTINUANCU. B All communications should be addressed to B v , Tub litui IUnnbr, Utah County, Utah. BBb H JCntcrcd at Lfhi City, roitofflce (Utah) for BBB aniportaUo Ihrouqh me mallt as, eecand-clatt H '' I.HHI PUBLISHING C H . H ;' Leill, OCTOHKK 18 1808. BBH "ASSOCIATION H A Spring...

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. — 18 October 1898

jB '' MuiiMiiijLijnfcwtfWMHiTO ii - rrmwnMin i ii mi biiiiiiini in mum nibi im nr-irmni iy nniM'in i iniiii iiiiiiiiniiiijinuwmLiuiimimiwtiii IH , Ipl Below are wliat we have to offer this week: Jpi H Ira groceries Men's Fedora Hats All wool novelty Ifji Hyfl Sugar-cured Hams black or brown, dress goods was S - H P lb 10c were $1.50, this 50c now 35c EI H Hijil Toothpicks full size week $1.00 IgJ H , IHI package 5c Seeded Raisins 10c Anotier were 3sc Igl f BUI 4x Coffee 10c pkg per pound now 20c g IB I 5 gal. Jacket can Piuni pudding cur- 3 M g! syrup $1 Ai0calbFmedre 1 MS Broom 10c ARBTJCKLE x extra width, was M Ira! Lrd 3 lb can 5c COFFEE 20c now 15c IE1I 2 packages 25c p Mei)s All-wool Uipderd.raw'ers 3)oW 60c. H Hj "Were one dollar each. We have another at tifty cents Sj H Hats, Underwear. Shirts,shoe& ! H Hi llll fl and Sons. (1 An Oidinance , , .6 Ropealing Scrliona 201 and 270 of an ,.""' !!; ordinance missed Oct. 29, 1895. Amcnd- ir;'. r,4 ,rt ing an ordinance passed Mar...

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. — 18 October 1898

H Political H peparfcipei)t H This department is dbsipned ti H coutnin such political hows as H may be of inturost to nil our B leaders and iH not a record of H the Editor's pursonnl opinion. H Utah County Democratic Ticket. H For Stnto Semite : B ABLE JOHN EVASS.Lohl. H A, O.SMOOT.Provo. H For Stnto Representatives: B JOSEPH LAVISH, American Fork. H JOHN E. BEITS, Payson . H MAItlNUS LARSEN, Spanish Fork. M AVM. M. ROYLANUE, SpringviHo. H For County Commissioners: B J! A. M.DAVIS, Lchl. H JOS. T. McEWAN, Provo. B V VM. 13.-HUGHES, Spnnish Fork. m B For County Sheriff": B GEO. A. STORRS, Springvillo. H 7, H , For County Treasurer : K O.F. MALMDKRG, Snntnquin. H 1 For County assessor: B ROYAL T. HUISII, Payson. H For County Attorney: B JACOB EVANS, Provo. H For County Clerk : B GEORGE UAVERCAJ1P, Provo. H For County Recorder: M MAY BRoWN SPENCER, Provo. H por County Surveyor : B ANDREW ADAMSON, Amei'n Fork. H Republican County Ticket. H For Sonntors: B SAMUELS. JONES, Provo. B APOLLA...

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. — 18 October 1898

I THE LEHI BANNER Lohl, Utah County, Utah. LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. I Mayor John S. Willis. Councifmen James Allred, Andrew A. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel I Taylor, George II. Smitli. I Recorder Edward Southwick. Treasurer T. F. Trane. J Marshal Joseph A. Thomas, , City Justice John Woodhouse. T-"" Quarenlinc Physician Dr. Steele. School Trustees: t James B. Gaddio, John L. Gibb, John E. Ross. Advertisements in thii column Ten cam per iMflrtHnttrtion, flvectntt ptr line eaih addt tonal imertton. T i THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER Call and see the new lino of carputa I tit the Co-op. Eb Taylor wili remove his family to i Eurokn tomorrow. t N ' The Co-op has a nice assortment of ladieH' and childiens capes and coats f - See that your children always wear I , District 70 school shoes. For sale by People's Co-op. I Herman Bamberger of Salt Lake City wasln Lehi last Thuroday and while hero visited the sugar factory. ' ' ' Deputy Sheriff Henry was in Lehi on j business pertaining to the She...

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. — 18 October 1898

B C0NTIKITKD FROM 7TII F'AGB H . H You Jau buy plenty of oals,, flour, H potatoes uiid vegetables at Ghipman'a. B Prices nje down now. H ThoChipman Mer. Co., Atnericnn H Fork, have just unloaded several cars of H; fut niture, stoves and builflinj; material, H Tlicy want to soil bad. B "Tlio Datnnntion of Tlicron Ware" H by the autbar of "Quo Vndis" and 87 m other good novels at from 5 to CO cents B enelu S. W. Itosa, tlio News Dealer. m Old fashions in dross may be revived, H but no pld-fashoned medicine can re- M place Chamberlain's Colin, Cholera and m Diarrhoea Itemed. For sale by II. B. B Merrihew, druggist. m The Chipman Mer. Co., American M Fork, are overloaded on winter goods H and they are rolling the goods out at B low prices. E While up at conference I tried to buy m mo a steel range, a jacket and a nice B bcdrodni suit, but after careful exnininn H tion lffouiHJ!t could' do 'bettor at Ohip- H miin'H so I:bou'ght from them. 1'eoplo, m will doSvcll to call on them. H News 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. — 25 October 1898

I University o; Ut h H The1 Lehi Banner I ' .,, - J ; ' H ; VOL 8 LE3HC.13rTA.3a:. TUESDAY. OCTOBER '3 5 1898- NO 22 M 1 LOADING DY ELECTRICITY. JNewly DlHcovcrctl I'ovrur r.Iticli UkciI 5 , In Iliimlllng; CnrcocH. k' A'fcw years ago the idea of loading- a ship with 2,500 tons at flour in JM hours i by moans of two fcmall motors would j , have been looked upon as absurd. This I ' was done the other day in TacOma, says an exchange. Two thousand tons of ' cargo liave frequently bcon loaded or unloaded in n day by steam power, but , Hlie important factor in tho rceord t breaking1 achievement at Tacoma was ' j that the oonyeyor was -worked by elec- ( v tricity. With the apparatus which has H i been designed for the 'purpose flour and 1S I grain can be loaded at any stage of the I , tide and independently of the weather, f t If it should rain .n canvas is quickly ,i spread from the door of the warehouse f l to tho ship's hatch. With the system of It' loading ordinarily used 18 men arc rc...

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. — 25 October 1898

I STATE NEWS H I, . .i. i I. . i j I Gathered from Various Sources -and Condensed, - r Marion B. J) Alton in being tried at H Junction, Piute county, on the charge I of murder. It is alleged that the dc- fondant on January let, 1808, set the H "'clothing of one, James Kittleman on ' 'ilre, while tlto lattor was asleep, result H ing in Kittleman's death. H The business portion of Park City is H- rapidly building up again. Moat of the H ,new,etructuros are of brick. H H Typhoid fever is said to be raging H ovor at Euroka. H Both Bait Lake and Ogden have com- H ' laen'ccd raids on the gambling fraterni- H ty. The gamblers have hithorto had H things their own way in those cities. B H Laurence Farrell., a Colorado pugilist, has challenged Willnrd Bean, champion B of Utah, and the challenge has been B accepted. Farrell has been up against B such' men as "Denver" Ed Smith. LB B Tlio Ilichliold Advocate oflice was to B tally destroyed Tuesday night by a fire B' of'incendiary origin. H B 'As...

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. — 25 October 1898

DENVER and EIolWDS I B," SCENIC LINE OF THE WORLD Two Fast Trains Daily Li:.uvim,i:, Abpk.v, Tukiu.o J Coj.giUiio Si'iuNdR and Denver. Effective Sept. 1, 1833. ! ' Train No. 2 leaves; Lehi 10:14 it in , Salt LnloS: 30 a m. Arrive at Pueblo fi:l!!n in, Colorado7 Spriiipo (i:2f) a in I Denver 8 :40 a in . , . Train No. 4 loaves Lehi t?:21 p m Salt Lake 7 :40 p in At rive l'm-bln 5:14 p m Colorado Springs G;4 p m Denver 0:15 p. in. Connections innde at Puhelo, Colora do Spritijrfl and Denver with all tinea , Eit9t. Elegant day conclics chair car? an'l Pullman Hleepera o;i all trains. Tnfcp tho D & It G and have 'a cotnfortals'n ft-in and enjoy the fluent scenery on the continent ' 4 S. Kf Hooper - B. F. Kevins '. "GP&T'A General Agent IT. M. Cuihing Truv. Passenger Agent.- COLLIERS WEEKLY. Of all Weekly Papers there muwt be one which is the best; Collier's Weekly is that one. It is made by a combination of the gi en test writers and the greatest artiste in the world, who are re...

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. — 25 October 1898

BBB BBB Trlie Lelii Banner bbb? ( H By Tho Lchi Publishing Company H DIRECTORS. B Qko.iok WEnn, rrcsident. B Jamub IIauwoou, Vice-l'resident. B rWrE. Racker, Samuimj Tayi.uk. B WAi,Tnu L, Wkiiu. B vV.E. Rackkh, Sec. and Trcs. BV H V E. S. Carroll, Editor. B S1.5QAYCCU-. BB Notice or Discontinuancu Tlie Bannhr Rent to suliscnb'rH until an rxoltclt order Is Bb ecelrcd by u-t, anil all payment of nrrcamfjes is jnade.'as required by law. The courtd Invariably BV bold a subscriber responsible to the publisher Bfl or the subscHptioit prire of all papers received until (he paper U pnid lor in full up to date ami B ordered dUconltuued. I'Al'KRS KUTURNl'n B AKH NOT KOTICK OF DISCONTINUANCE. Bh All communication! should be addressed to BV Thr I.kui IUnner, Utah County, Utah. B ' Znterod al Lth( QUyt rottojjlce ( Utah) Jor BK. .,aniporlathn throwjh the malli at . itcund-clatt BS B Lbhi, OcTonKn25 1808. Bb V!222A5aOCIATION s . ii BBBr B Real estate men throughout B . Utah report the market bett...

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. — 25 October 1898

v bbbb aBBBK ! fgj Below are what we have to offer this we ek: R H '- H groceries" """ Men's i Fedora Hats IE wool novelty B I V H Sugar-curea Hams black or brown dress goods was E I IHI per lb 10c were $1.50, this 50c now 35c Ifcfl I ttij Toothpicks full size week $1.00 ' El H A Pkage 5- Sl8fed Ealf nS 10C Another, were 35c B I Iffl 4x Coff?e 10c Pk' P P now 20c Ej 5 gal. Jacket, can Plum pudding cur- W&ft ml byrup A- a SSSrS-0 a lb Fine dress d B I mm Broom 10c ; iARBUCKLE extra widtl was gM Lard 3 lb can 25c Y . COFFEE 1 20c now 15c g I 2 packages 25c' lj H Mei)s All-wool Uipderdraw'ers ijom 60c. ffj I Were one dollar each. We have another at lifty cents " I I Hats, Underwear, SMrts,shoes ,.,. JBj I ,rf lEal BBS g JTas. Kiikliaiia g I M and Sons. IBI I K v mmmmimammmmammtmmmmmmmmmmmmmamm 1 1" I II ! WWIMIMi ii.w . VBbYBBJ i 0 " " ft ' An Oidinance ' Repealing Sections 2Cl and 270 of an m ordinance passed Oct. 29, 1805. Amend- w ing nn ordinance passed March (5. 1804, Qg, amen...

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. — 25 October 1898

I Political I pepartijiei)t H " Thin department is dtaiRned tn B - i;6titnin Biich political news as m . may be of interest to all our m renders and ifl not a record of H ; the Editor's personal opinion. H B Utah County Democratic Ticket. B " For State Senate : H Al5LE.IOIINEVATS,Lohi. H a, 0. SMOOT, Provo. H For Stato Representatives:. B JOSEPH LAl'ISIl, American Fork. 1 JOHN E. BETTS, Pay son . I B MARINUS LAltSEN, Spanish Fork. B WM. M.ROYLANOE, Springyillb. H . For County Commissioners: B A. M. DAVIS, Lehi. B JOS. T. McEWAN , Provo . B WM.B. HUGHES, Spanish Fork. H .For County Sheriff: fl GEO. A. STORRS, Springvillo. B For County Treasurer: H O.F. MALMBKRG, Santaquin. H For County assessor: H ' ROYAL T. HUISH, Paysoji. H For County Attorney : . H JACOB EVANS, Provo. H For County Clerk: H GEORGE HAVERCAMP, Provo. H For County Recorder: H MAY BRoWN SPENCER, Provo. H .if01 County Surveyor: H ANDREW ADAMSOX Amer'n Fork. B . H K Republican County Ticket. B i'or Senators: M SAMUHLS. J...

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. — 25 October 1898

-'THE LEHI BANNER Lehi, Utah County, Utah. LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. Mayor John S. Willie. ' Councilmen Jninea Allrpd, Andrew A. Peterson, George Glover, Samuel Taylor, Georgo II. Smith. Recorder Edward Southwick. Treasurer T. F. Trane. Marshal -Joseph A. Thomas, City Justice John Woodhouse. Quarentine Physician Dr. Steele School Trusters : Jamea B. Gaddie. John L. Gibb, John E. Robs. AdverlUementi in thtt column Ten etntt per Ttnc flrtl iniertion, five cents per tint each addi tonal iniertion. 'THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER Call and see the now lino of carpets at tho Co-op. Tho Co-op has a nico assortment of ladies' and chikh ens capes and coats See that your children always wear District 7G school shoes. For sale by People's Co-op. The many friends of Mrs.IIattie Wing Will be glad to lenrn t hat sho is steadily improving and hopes are now enter tained for her speedy recovery. Mrs. II. A Webb was the recipient oi a pleasant surprise perpetrated by(a number of her frionds last evening. Th...

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. — 25 October 1898

B CoNTIXl'ED FROM 7TH I'AGE B I - ' If U r , - m '"Ola fashions in dress may by revived, M , but no old-faslidned" iiiediicfiiq canVe- M nlaco Ohnm Wrlain's Colin, Oholera nnd B Dinrrhotfii'llemedy. For sale byH. B. H Morrihew, druggist. " H 3!cKinIey at Omaha. 1 H Tlie visit of Tresident McKinloy to H tho Otimlia, exposition Inst we ok was H the 6ccni!ion for h magnificent eelebrn- H tionf i Tho presidential paitvns roy- H ?nUy...entertained and both-going-and m gretuming tho president received ova- B Uions nil along the routo $ B I Fashoda Dispute. I B I -France and England still 'clash over m who possession of Filshoda, The French m newspapers have blustered considerably B over tho afTair, insisting that France B fmust not back down. However it is B cprobable that France will yet withdraw B for Eng'and is Arm nnd will not yield B an tach from he position she has taken B vnd the British foreign office has issued B a blue book giving the correspondence B tbetweon the French n.id Br...

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

IKmwtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmm,Yie ' A T PM Lehi Banner. I 7, "VOLS LEHI, UTAH, TTJIDS3DA.Y. iSTQ VKM1BKFJ 1 1898. STcTss H f i President's Message. Ov i -- v Washington, Oct. 20. The president' I ' forthcoming message will bo of tre- i'i mcnUous importance. Since his las' communication to congress tlio United States line sought a successful war with Spain, our traditional foreign policy has been radically revised and new pohses 1 sions which reach nearly round the i . -world has been added to the national ; assets, and with tlioni hevo come re sponsibilities not dream jd of when President McKinley was inaugurated. Hawaii has been annexed and with it the troublesome problem of controct labor; Guam and Porto Rico have been won in battle, necessitating an expan sion policy; tho Philippine mattor is 1 yet to be Bettjed and must be treated of at length ; the Nicaragua canal Iioh be 1 cojne a national necessity because of the " addition of new territory; there is the problem...

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

I ' statenews H Gathered from Various Sources H and Condensed,' 1 . i- B ' 'Three feet of ore assaying $38.20 por H 'ton is said to bo showing in the White H .Swan mine, lioxeldvr county, under the H supervision of Al Eoklund, H a a S Assays from the Bullion-Buck Tunnel H show 00 ounces silver and $-1.80 in Kold B to tho ton. Tho mine is said to be B looking exceedingly well. B B v The Queen of Shcbn, Deep Creek, lins B -a. lot of high-crude concentrates ready B for shipment, the snme coming from B ores averaging .$10 a ton in gold. B H , Mrs. L:i Cotnpto has applied to the H county for means to enable herself and H son, Charles, to go to Brooklyn, N. Y., H where another sou rcaides who will H take care ol them if they can reach that H jToint Mrs. La Coinptc is the motntr H of Mrs. J. It. Stuttz who died in Mnnti B about nine or ten months ago from be- B - ing burned in an accidental explosion 1 of red light material. The old lady is B without means and her son, Charles, is B a pati...

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