ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Lehi Banner, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 3,983 items from Lehi Banner, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
3,983 results
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 22 December 1896

H THE LEH BANNER H Lohl. Utah County, Utah. H 'LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. H i M Mayor Mosiah Evnns. B Councilmen John Roberts Jr.,01oy H Ellingson, Illchard ttrndahnw Andrew H m A. Peterson, John S. Willia. H Recorder John E. Ross. Treasurer Junius llnrwood. H Marshal Joseph A. ThonniB. City Justice L. 13. Willis. ' H 'Scaooii TjuraruKB: 1 J nines 15. Gadclic. Jrfiin L. Gibb, James B P. Carter. H ittvcrlttcmcntntn thu column Ten ceU per H tint firH inurkm, Jive cents cr lint ccxh addl- 8 in$ertUon. B Tuesday, Dec. 22, I8fi(5. H M2& erects every H fw mohday hight ' THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER 1 Ord Bros. have just received the finest H I seaortment of jewelry in town . j One of the children of Mr. and Mrs. B,j Gcorga Munns died lust week. H?' Mr. Laura Butt spent Saturday in H' 'Salt'Lake. H Dr. Ssabright has been building an H addition to his residence. The merchants aro making quite a how with their holiday goods. m John Y. Smith of the Co-op spent 'i j, Friday in Salt Lake. H ; Mr....

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. — 29 December 1896

r HH The Lehi Banner. I I VOL G LEHLUTAH, TUESDAY, I) KOEKBEB J. 1896. InTO 86 H I ANOTHER FARMER Gives his ideas on beei t, cultivation. . MR. SAMUEL TAYLOR I Tells what lie thinks of thii industry; ' V My belief is that there is no comjmri Hon between this erop aifd tiie Junn products that we havefbcen inUhb tiabit i of raising in this part' of thb country, tlmt is in the matter of net proceeds from ho amount of land tilled. A man can with a moderate sized, orevon small farm make a good living in producing this crop, whereas in raising grain he cannot. The farmer is getting little enough for his crop. This one great 'disadvantage he has, that ho is never rfiure of his crop. He does not know whether it will bo taken or not. If the company would bo willing to take the beets, even if they fell a little below the required standard, at a reduced figure it would bo a great deal safer for the . - " iarmer. I am of the eame opinion as Mr. Woodhouse. Take sandy loam nnd if " t ' . you can ...

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. — 29 December 1896

I . H -j " ' I Your grocer will sell you Schillings Best tea, and re- , ! ; turn your money in full if you don't- like it. I He is our agent to this extent; and we want no I better business. A Schilling & Company H ban Francisco gj A NIGHTMARE POSTER. Stao Was Sure of Ono Hundred Dollars at H Least for tho I'lctaro Ho l'nlntoi!. H She invoke with a start and there was H a little cry of nlarm on her lips as the H sat tip in bed. For a moment she cltd H not fully realize where she was. Then H she missed her husband from her side H ' nnd n hopeful expression lit up her face. H ' Propping herself upon one elbow she H proceeded to listen. It was as she hml H . hoped. In a few moments she heard H her husband out in the other room. He H was uttering shrill cries of terror and ' seemed to be trying to rout some H enemy. H "lie's got 'em again," remarked his H wife, after she had listened to the H sounds fc:' a little while.' "I thought H that lust hot-scotch would fetch him " H Getting ...

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. — 29 December 1896

H -'"'- - i " - B Delinquent Notice. B Lehi Irrigation Company, chief place B aSbusiness Lehi City. B There arc delinquent on the following B Eescrij)ed stock, on account of assess- B ment levied August 31 , 180(3, tle' several B amounts set opposite- the names of the B lespectivo stockholders. In accordance with law and order of fi the board of directors of said corporation made on the aforesaid August 31, 1890 B to many shares of eacti parcel of stock B aa may be necessary, will be sold on B January 7, 1897, at public auction, at the Court House, Lehi City. Sale to B Commence at 2 p. in. on that day to B , jay tho aforesaid delinquent assessment B nd coat of advertisement nnd sale. B John Woodhouse, B Sec'ty and Collector Lehi lrrigateon Uo. B Lehi, Nov. 14, 1800. B NAMES 'o of Amt. of Amt. of B Cert. Stock TAx AUredP. II. 08a 185 u 10 1 B Austin George 248b 70 4 00 j M Anderson Mons hi 180 11251 B Attred Jurat's 112 1 05 B Anderson 11. J. DO lb 42 2 20 B ;111rel lleber 10 1 25 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. — 29 December 1896

H vTle Lelii Banner - H By .Tho Lehi Publishing Company H ri H J DIRECTORS. B Unorun: Wi:nn, President. H ? ''.Tami:s IIauwoou, Vice-President. H lV. B. Rackvu, Samuel Tayloh. H J gs Walter L. Wi:nu. H wVE. Rackkr, Sec. nnd Troi. ' M i NOTICK OF DIRCONTISUASCB The BANNER M ' is sent to subscribers until nu xoliclt Order Is received by us. mul all payment of arrearages is H 'iiiiidc.hs required by law. The courts invariably H hold n subscriber responsible to the publisher H for the subscription prlrc of all papers received M until (he paper is paid lor in full up to date nud H ..ordered discontinued. I'Al'KKS RUTUKNHD H 1'AHU NOT NOTICH OV DISCOKTIKCAKCI?. H ' All communications eioild be addressed to M Tub I.tail Uannhh, Utah County, Utah. H J-.ntircttittJ.rht City, JW.ojJlcc Utah) for B "ircnsportatiiiii Viniiiph the matlt us tccimtl-clast H I.I5IU PUHUSHING C B Lem, Dec. 29, 1890. H Wu wish nil our readers a very M Happy New Year, .' , M 4 " '" B - ' ... . m 'Our friend, the Heral...

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. — 29 December 1896

wsb-Hewlett BrosTgSl3aking"P6wder. TJEEH SX7BEST liTZD 33EST HJLUEL Three-Crown u . Three-Crown SPACES TrlPlG Are ,, , Mla FLAVORING .;: BET iifST EXTRACTS, :,' They are ground SaL Are DellcloUB 1'reah Eyory Day. P TRY THEM. ' Our goods of this brand guaranteed tobo the equal to the best on the market or money refunded. Kiingaa City it suffering from tin ' epidemic of robbeiiea. I lion. John K. Murdock was u visitor to our town Sunday. Mrs. Frank Butt has Imtl u line t , artesian well drove at her residence. ' The How is .'$0 yallone per minute and the depth is about !500 feet. z Will Austin arrived in Lehi la9t week and is visiting relatives and friends. He is quite a stirring business man and , it is claimed has made quite an amount of means. We bid him welcome to our town. The IMainvieW Neb.) News reports that Chas. I. Gable, a prominent at torney of that city, had left there and will locate in Ameiican Fork. They apeak highlv of him. if ji?i The funeral services over the remains...

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. — 29 December 1896

H FROM OLDHAM. B . "Elder Broadbent sends us a latter H from that English town. H Editor Loh i BANNnn: B As I have seen notliing in your vnl H liable paper from Oldham, I thought i would be of to your H leaders, knowing there a goodly H number of people in Lchi who look H daek to Oldham its the H birth. I have bren laboring here some H 43 montliB and have found the M -a rule, sOoi able aa good naturcd H jpeople oh any I ever met. I have made m many frienda and have .endonvoied, in H liiy humble to the H of the Gospel our Lord and MuHter H before all I met. Oldham popu- M In t ion of 200,000 t'nd is the greatest cot- H ton s)inning town in the H -world, theie;being something like 500 H factories engaged in cotton spinning H besides one of the greatest machine or H iron works in the world. One shop cal- M i Jed Tints Shop emplojs 14,000 men every I day except Sunday. It is a creat sight to see thoeniployeea of this shop turn out after their day's work is done. Jsemly till of them wear...

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. — 29 December 1896

I ' f. FIRESIDE FRAGMENTS. I , Quin arable uml gum trngacanth in j equal parts, dissolved in hot water, . make the best and most convenient mucilage to keep in the house. ' A lllch Pudding. One pound of Tiiisins stoned, one. pound of currants, half a pound of beef suet, quarter of :i ' pound of sugar, two spoonfuls of flour, I ' olght eggs, a cupfuls of blanched al- ( tj, , ' monda and one of sweetmeats. Mix well and boil in a mold for eight hours. X. Y. Observer. ': Jumbles. One-half pound butter; j t ' one pound sugar mixed to cream; two ggs; two tablespoons extract of rose; ! add flour enough to malce dough stiff . enough to roll out quite thin, cut in any shape, bake on well greased cake ,'. tins, when baked should be one-sixth f of an inch thick. Mra. S. B. Shectts, in Womankind. I Coffee Cream Cake. For any good layer cake make a filling ac follows: ' Three tablespoonfuls of coffee and a cup and a half of cold water; steep , and strain. Thicken with corn starch, sweeten. Add w...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 29 December 1896

? , bH bbB H - ' g H THE LEHIBANNlsR H Lohl. I) tali County, Utah. H LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. BBH BBBI . t H Mayor Mosiah Evnns. fl Councilmcn John Roberts Jr., Oloy H , Ellingson, Richard Uradslmw Andrew BIB BBJ A. roteison, John S. Willis. H Jiccorde.r-J ohn E. Ross.' HBBj Trrtsttrer James Harwood. fl Marshal Joseph A. Thomas, B City Justice L. B. Willis. HHH H School Tiiubtkks: B James II. Gaddie. John L. Gibb, James B P. Carter. BBflJ advertisements in thtt columt. Ten ceutt per tineJIrAt imtrlton, five cents per lint each addi- HHflJ ttonnl Intertlon. H Tuksday. Dec. 21), ISiHS. B i www wwwwwy " H v Mffl7 Meets every H r P mosday iiight H THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER B Ord Bros, have just received the finest B assortment of jewelry in town. On Dec. 24 n son son was born to Mr. B and Mrs. Geo. Prestwick. B The children of Mr. Parley Austin are fl slowly improving. bmB BHfl Thoro aro several children in Lehi B" Buffering from the mumps. BVM Our farmers and sheepmen aro getting HBBB '...

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. — 5 January 1897

H I The Lehi Banner I VOL 6 LEHL UTAH, TUESDAY, TA.XjXrY 5, 1 Rtt7. ' VoWr" AS OTHERS SEE, US. What the Inter-Moun-H '.tain Industries says of I 'THE GREAT SUGAR INDUSTRY H , .And the work accomplished at H the Lehi Factory H H "Mr, T. R. Cutler lias been in; t lie con H uection witli the industry in Utah since ' its incipieney. Ho 1ms visited foreign M nations, conspicuously Cfermutiy and .France, which stands more prominently M in the industry than any othur Euro- H, .pcan nations, and, in Conversation, lias B .repeatedly made tho statement that the M 'Utah sugar factory is second to none ' .that he has seen. In compactness and fl t economical construction it warronts the B dullest investigation. The rtsult to be H .accomplished by the Utah Sugar Com- H vpuny's work was conjectural at the time B the construction was undertaken it H- iwus surrounded by so many contingenees H -.undreamed of by those who are nit H -conversant with the industry and H .alarming to the informed. The won...

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. — 5 January 1897

H Let's take hold hands, H . Mr. Grocer, and dance ! , ; BBJ We've got somclDcautifiil H 'K business f6r .you fan d with H you, and for and with your H fcustomcr. H Schillings Best is the H tea. Pay every customers H money back that don't lilfe H it. We'll pay you. H There's money in it. BBJ A Selilllins & Company BBJ San t'rancisco 005 B NOTES OF THE STAGE. H Sir 15d ward Mnlct, lnte British nm- H liaaaador nt Berlin, whose opera, "llnr- H old" was performed at Co vent Garden H luttt aeason, is at work on a ncv cpera. H The operettas of Strauss are new all H tlic'rapa in th! cities of Frur.c?, where H the nnperb flnalea are often encorc.l H three or four tiinvB. Ilia lati'3t work, H "Wnl(2moictcT,,, in near its ICOth pcr- H forman-.'e !n Vienna. H OIuc!;'s; "Orphce" has just been given H for-tl'o iirst time ut the Paris Opera H Comic;;:-, r.rrr.cgcd in four acts, with H a final tableaux. Iliac. Dclna was the 1 Orpheus. It was in Paris that the M opera w.ia iiret performed in 17...

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. — 5 January 1897

I I I l New Year's Day. . I Communicated. , j. l New Yetir's Diiy has come to be h k Very important mile stone in our lives. P It lias come to be a day of reflection, re , solutions, anil of "turning over new lea ves". Many begin life nnew on a spot less page of thoir Ufa book. Though a 'largo number of the worthy resolutions j fail of execution ami thousands of the I . 'white page.3 eoou become injured, many there arc who can trace the turning j Tpoint of their lives to that day. i Its importance requires a knowledge of its history, causes, etc. Space and Hiino will permit of only a few state- incuts' Much confusion in ancient , times arose from inaccurate modes of 'measuring time. While the day was 1 easy the month was difllctilt, and the ' year still more diillcult of coi rect detcr- mination. The G reeks were among the ', '; - first to observe th.it a lunar month is: . composed of 2f)t days, they, therefore,' ' divided the year into twelve parts or i . jnonths placing 20 davs in...

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. — 5 January 1897

fl '- .- H " T.tie Lelii Banner H By Ths Lohi Publishing Company H DIRECTORS. H Gko.-oi: Wkiiii, President. M Javikb Hahwood, Vio-Piesidcnt. B W. E. Kaokck, Samubi. Taylok. H Wai,tj:k L. Wuiiii. 1 V.E.Hackj:u, Sec. and Tros. H irucr . ir66, JMilor. H S-51.30 V Yecir. H , XOT1CKOF DISCONTINUANCE The BANNER B is sent to sulwcribtrs until mi solicit order is H tccelvcd ty ii, ami all payment of arrearages is H iiiaile, at required by law The couits invariably H i hold a subscriber lespoauible to the publisher H for the subscr ption prire of all papers received j H until chc paper is jmid ioi in full up to date and ' H ordered cHfccoiilinueil. l'APKRS KIJTURNKD M ARi; NOT NOTICI5 Ol' DlsSCONTINl'ANCH. H All communications choild be addressed to H Tim I,i;m llAN.s-UR, Utah County, Utah. H l.ntocd'U It hi Cttu, Poetotflcc (Utah) Jor M tTaiwfortaUiHi thrnutih the mails us fecond-class H i.ijiii publishing c H Jjkiii, J as, 5, 1807. H k 1897,! - H Don't forgt't your New Year fl resolutions....

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. — 5 January 1897

V ' ..l-V . ."use Hewlett Bros. -ffiiTHow Baking Powder. THE IFTJZEISST j&JSTZD 33EST ZMTIDIEL Three-Crown r Three-Crown SPICES , - ..'-mSi Triple ' : Are . 'f ' FLAVORING i -- best yfifife hxtracts' Fresh Eyery Day. ffilt, TRY THEM. - Out goods of this brand guaranteed to Io the equal to the best on the market or money refunded. .. . - A petition has been circulated in . Proyo for the pardon of Hnfs. Many farmers nro taking up land nnd i settling under the new cann1 in Goshen valley. ; " ' Judge Powers lias withdrawn 'from tlie Senatorial light in favor of Moses Thatcher. " ' ' ' Hart Race of Goshen tried to kill him self the other day but he was not a good' enough shot. The annexation of the Tintic mining district in being urged by some leading people here and in Tintic and the south ond of this county with Parson as th. county seat ' Tins editor of the St. Louis Globe L Democrat committee suicide by jump, m - ing from an up stairs window recently. W The people of the second w...

Publication Title: Lehi Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 5 January 1897

M More LielH Wanted. H Editor Bannkh: H Wliilo attending the H call of n meeting from our district sehoo H board in our cent nil school house the B other evening wo noticed that a number H of our tax-payers had to enter thr H building in tho dark and after some en- H quiry as to wllere tho lights were vi H n were politely informed by the gentle H ihatily janitor that some members of the B board wore out among the neighbon H endeavoring to borrow a lamp or two. H Now sir as a tux payer and n uitizn oi . H district No. 12 I think that our hoIiooj H , . board ought to be instructed to at least B furnish our central school house with H u good lamp in the hallway and one or H two iu the large room and i.ot when a H - sqhool meeting is called to luwe our H citizens have it to May, "Oh, we arc all H too poor to have u light." and especially H when wo have gentlemen visiting from M other States as it was the caso tho other 1 evening. Now Air. School Board let us m huve some light on the sub...

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. — 5 January 1897

1 ' ' V 1 ril11H1MlMWHWWWWlll M1J I i . -::iz: ' ,f AUTUMN FASHIONS. t "' l'rcsont Indications of tho Coming Styles ' ' la LiwlloV Dress. It is too early ye I to predict with cor- j ' tainty what all the styles for naxtnu- t ' " tlihin and winter are to be, but there are j irfunc straws which show the way the 1 "' ntitumh -xvlndH will blow; and women i of he.cn observation already are noting1 i ; ' ' ' ; , noma af the rSffns. Untitling1 will be one of tho new fashions, and even now , is seen on the hununer gowns. A gown ; - of pale yellow pique has the broad col- ,, hir of the Kton jacket n mass of white f . soutncliobraiil.nuton in n most intricate $ ' )attcrn, and sewed only on one side, so f ' that it stands up in a distinct ihi". t Among the smartest gowns is a trous- Y ' Menu that one of the summer brides is displaying a gown of dark butchers' linen with the body of the waist epvered , jt . with this same braiding. ,Thc blouse . i ' front is exceedingly gnuvful in the i ' . way...

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. — 5 January 1897

I THE LEHI BANNER H Lohl. Utah County, Utah. H LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. H . H Mayor Mosiah Evans. M Council men John Roberta Jr.,01cy H Elhngson, Richard Bradshaw Andrew H A. Peterson, John S. Willis. B Recorder John E. Rosa. H Treasurer Jamea Ilarwood. B Marshal Joseph A. Tliomna. H -Ciiy Justice L. B. Willis. 1 Sonooii Tituariu:a: H James 15. Gaddie. John L. Gibb, James H ' 1 Carter. H idvertticments in Ihif column Ten cent per H line ftrl inurtlnn, five cenlt per line caeh addl- H finnal Intcrlion. H Tuesday. Jan. u, 1807. H mwwviwui in fwwfwfwiwy fleets every ,, MONDAY NIGHT . in their loilga pushing. 1 THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER H Mrs. A. II. Lund and son Ray were in H Lehi last week. B v' Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Thurfnan spent H Now Year's day in Lehi. H Our town is not yet free from diph- H A sou v.-8 born to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Cook yesterday. H The State Legislature will conyeno H - next Monday. H All of the newly elected county H o ttiecrs will assume their dutiea to-day. H Ord 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. — 12 January 1897

;f The Lehi Banner I mA:s: VQ L 6 IiBECI. UTAH, TTJJSS3D A. Y TjST IJA.RY 12. 1897. INTO 37 LgM PRESENTS THE FACTS f' ' x $&?' lo the Ways and Means 1 'Tv ' Committee, I & . IANAgBR CUTLER'S VIEWS 1 ''4 I ' I l A subject of.vital importance to 1 I the country. 9 Manager Outler returned from his I M,rip to Washington on Wednesday fl 'K 'night He feels encouraged over the B '-outlook and thinks sotnetiiing will be fl -done for the sugar in the near future. I The report he made IWore the commit B tee is quite entonsiv.o and interesting -and we would like to give it if we could but can only give some extracts. The fl' first part speaks of the wrong done the fl 'industry by Hawaiian and Cnineso fl "competition. In the latter country the fl ,. product has increased 415 per cent in 4 I 'years just after the American tariff was H 'changed. fl " In 1890 America had 7 beet sugar i factories, in 189D still only 7. In 1890, I Liltlo Sweden had 4, to-day there are ' 10 there. From Egypt ...

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. — 12 January 1897

B Let's take hold hands, 1 Mr. Grocer, and dance I 1 We've got some beautiful m , business for you and with m you, and for and with your M customer. ScJiilling's Best is the H tea. Pay-every customer's H money back that don't like; H it. We'll pay you. H There's money in it. H A Schilling X: Company H San brancU'co 295 B Old-Tlmo Accomplishments. H , The following extract from the Bid. H deford Times gives us an idea of the ac- H coniplishmcnts of our grand mothers in H household arts, of importance In every H girl's education: H Mrs. Ann Emery, of Saco, died at the H advanced age of 93 years. When she H was married, in 1825, her accomplish es ' merits were stated as follows: Sin H could cook all kinds of food in an ex H pert manner; sew and knit, spin nno H weave cloth, mnke her own clothes from H ' cloth made with her own hands, make H butter and cheese, make soap and tin H dor, this was long before the days of H friction matclies, dip candle, sing and H dance." H All excepting th...

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. — 12 January 1897

Lines Dedicated to Miss Matilda M..Mr. .., . . Gurney -- - nr fWliilc upon her bed of bickTicsa by iVer . J friend J. K. $?$$? , T-Oli that I could splml could 'my, wenk , I tongue but tell &&, -? '' J i ' C ' ' -Fbp, joys tnat from my, heart, once sad, ' vf vWitireion9.ai;' . b I'd speak with4 joy, not sadness, of . aL. ' loved ones kind and dea, ' , . ' " "Of bygono days of lung ago; of w ary ',,1 v " mon'l.g and years. 1 1 would tell it far and pear, it should 1 speed nereis tlie sea, I My voice I'd" raise with pi aise, I would U i to tho?e moat dear to me. i I I would whisper word1; ofkindnesF HI ' I would tell them how tluy blessed I And how they onco in fondness helped I a sulfcrer in distress. t I woulO my bleesiugs slixnver upon a I -devoted mother, ft I'd gently take the loving hand of a -fondheartod brother, B I'd kiss the darling sister's cheek, I'd' M soothe the hand of father, B , I'd make the sad bear's of '.hem all B - rejoice with one another. B . 1 would imp...

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