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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi banner. — 23 March 1897

B .1 n iium i ' n B If your Vju. lb not good B why don't you drink water: B It is cheaper and belter foi B you than poor tea. B If it is good, your stom- B ach is glad to get it; does B its work better. H ' Sciitting's Best is good B teaat grocers' in packages. B A Schilling & Company H San lfrniirii,-o 405 I B ii i.i ii .1 ... . H The Austin Rounion. B A rounion of the Austin family of this B , 7lncoituul ii few of tlio family friends B .met at tho residence of Joint Ihown, B ' son-in-law of Father John Austin, 911 B Snturdny evning, March "0. Tito ro- B union was held in honor of tin; 70th B birthday of IMohur Emma Austin, now B dead, wife of Father John Austin, und B of the oOth anniversary of their wedding B day, the (ith birthday of IMother B .Auttin's sister, Mrs. Mouse, who lives B at I 'Unstable, England, and also tlio B hiithdny of Eitiuia Austin, grand- B daughter tf Eat her und Mother Austin B and daughter of George Austin. The B time of the gathering was get for six ...

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. — 23 March 1897

t ! sH"- - ; ' v" " rtqfne Industry! ; Editor Uannku: :; - - Plengo allow nii a small space in i your valuable paper as I would, liko to I express my ideas itt icgard to homo in- I -duatry. We often hear it said by both Republicans and Democrats, "Let us IS patronize home industry." I under- I fitJ tliis means to b uy art! sell what j Jias been maiiufacuired in our town or ' -state, but how many of our stores are there that will even have a home made quilt, made by the hands of our own sis ters. Does a man care for the welfare of the community when ho buys eastern goads instead of those made at home? ;, Besides do the merchants realize that Itlicy are liable to spread contagious I diseases anions the people from those .articles which have been made in tene- Jiienr, houses wnere no member of the j? . 'board of health is seen more than once -r twice a year? J Jed clothes , an often made by people that cannot utlord to i lose a day no matter what kind of a , -disens there is in the fam...

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 March 1897

H " ' 1tie LAOlii Banner B i i iii . - - B M,12y Tho Lehi Publishing Company H t V H sl '':-'- DIRECTORS. H . l . Geop.ok Wr.im, President. H Jami:h IIaiiwouu, Vice-President. H V. E. llACKUK, SAMUKL TaYIjOH. B V.i,ti:k L. Wniin. H W.E. RackkivScc. uml Trtis. B ))'altrr L. TJV&t, lidttor.' B fifilji ', ;-:.:: "- t'" B S-O -A. Voai. B : J KoTlCHOP DlbCOXTINVAJJCK. The BiWINr.R H a sent to 8ul)icnb-r.s until ail c.ioltcU order is H received by u. and all payment of nrr.arngc is H made, nM required by Inw The courts luvntlnbly B hold n sulKCiiber responsible to the publisher H for the eubserption price of nil papers received B -, until (he paper is paid lor in full up to dntc ami B ordered discontinued. l'Al'ICKS KKTUKNHD B ARIJ NOT JJOTICK OI'DlSsCONTlNt'ANCH. Ht All communication!) stoild be addressed to B ' The I.iiiii llAN.NTiu, Utah County, Utah. H twntcant Lehl City, J'oitofwc Utah) or H rqntwirUiLtnn Urnngh the mnllf us ttfnnd'Chws H I,K11I I'tMlMSHING C H j ' m IjBih. March...

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 March 1897

ai ' ' - j m Hewlett Bros. THuillf ckown Baking "Powder. " Three-Crown 0 Three-Crown SPICES .-fe Triple ,' A,rc ,M " .-SSfef a FLAVORING They are .round A? Are Delioiou, . Frenli Everyday. MM4m TRY THEM. ' Our goods of tills brand guaraled to be the equal to the best on the market op money refunded. -; "' '" '' ' " i ii I hi ! i,, ! i im Saturday was u regular Mtin-h cljiy, gg WANTED At tltia otliue, two tons of luccru liny on subset ition, v ' If you want a nice Trineo Albert miit call at Chipniau'tf. Tho spring suits at Chipman's arc nobby, neat ami cheap. 1 have seen ' them ami I; now. , Henry Lewis went to Provo on busi- ncss on Friday. . Dan Fowler in having an artesian well drove at hifl place. James E. lloss has "been very busy the paatveek moving the material from . his old place to his new. Call and see thu new patents in carpets at Oliipman'a. ranging Ui pi ice y irom from lCc per yard up: If you want good flourin EXCHANGE . for wheat call at Chipman'd Star Mill, close in ...

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 March 1897

H CONFERENCE RATES. H Bishopp"" Pet'Moningfora Reduction B lnu ui. ..ops of Utah stake, sanctioned B by tho stale presidency, lire singing the B following petition: H "For seveial years past we havo been B furnished fiuiiit-nmumlly by tho two B ' lailwny companies, whoso trains pass B our settlements, with a list of railway B rates known hb Conference Hates, witli B the request titat wo use our influence B8; with l lio people to patronize tho road. BH Upon which occasion u great many of B tho people of our wauls, being desirous; BM of attending thi conference meetings. , Bl have iniulo their arrangements to avail BJ themselves of fiiiid.iatoH. Many of us BH have ropeatedly expressed our views on BM these rates to agents of these roads, who BB had power to act, and explained verbally B the many flagrant discriminations B which exist, feeling that ourselves and BB the people have cause to feel aggrieved, B and requested that dii'j consideration he I B had, and the fares for these occa...

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 March 1897

1 9 For heavy and light team harneas'just i ' lf call on the Cliipmnn Mer. Co. They ' Imvo a nice assortment; Iciitliermul, work fully guaranteed. Unjijry hrrniss from J5.75 to $18.0(1. Perfection cnilar pads nt:)0 ami 555 cents leY collar, worth '- fiOc. " . - I i While Edward Broadbent jrid wife were at tho dance on Wednesday inftit Homo person cuteied their room and took live dollars in unah. Such petty thieves need the strong nrni of the law lealtottt to thuni when caught. It is believed the thief ia nc stumper. ' During the Clonk Op&ninjrnt Chip man's on the 25, Us and 127 tln-y w ill sell you U!) pounds D. (i. Sugar for $1.00, J0 bars Pale Sapone Sbap for $1.00, 7 pounds Arbuckbs cutlee or arty brand ' ' for $1 .00, Tree and Schillings U-a lc per pkg., L. L, Factory 4 hie per yard, , Standard Trims, P.jc per yard, 25c I, cashmere at 15c per yard, barbed wiiM ptd. $2.03, giilveuized barb wire 2.03 per cvt nails $!5.00 per cwt. tiveiase price, Perfection hoise nails 15c per ...

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 March 1897

H THE LtH BANNER B Lobt. Utah cWnty, Utah. LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. B Jifayor Mosiali Evans. fl Coaniliiitii John Roberts IV., 0 B Elhngaon, Richard Brndslmw Andrew B A. Peterson, John S. Willis. B Jiecorder John E. Ross. B nVeaaMrer Jiuues Hnrwood. B JJifarshal Joseph A. Thomns, B 'City Justice L. B. Willis B School. Tkiisi i:km . B nines 1). Gnddie. John L. Gibb, James B P. Carter. B alvertliemoits in thu column Ten centi per Mm rulntfirtl intirthn, Jive centi per line cash add I- fl tinnal Insertion. fl 'i'oi:sn.Y, March , 1807. B THIS. THAT AND THE OTHER fl Supt. Rncker of the Co op went to H Salt Lakti on Ycdnesdny. H Mr. C. A Granger was a visitor to H Spriugville on Thursday. H Manager T. R. Cutler made a trip to H ' Springvillu Thursday afternoon. H- Hon. John E. Booth left Provo lust H Wednesday afternoon over the U. P. for H Southern California. B A cancerous growth recently appeared B in the mouth of Miss Kstelln Woodliouse B Hi. Seabnuht rcirovcd it thus prevent-' B Jng ...

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 March 1897

I VOL 6 LEHI,UTAH,TTTESDAY. MARnw r,f, ,Bo. "iTClc"" I I The Beet Sugar Pioneer. ; " "For 38 years E. II. Dyer has been nl ( ?most continuously engaged in themnnu facture of beet sugar, iiiul now nt the ripo uge of 7-i, iu robust health and sturdy metal vigor, 1 about lo gee tho rea'ization of his most cherished hopes . in tho development of the industry to 'Such an extent as to supply the Ameri--, can market with American sugar. IIe was the pioneer in tne commercial beet sugar industry and upon the basis of his work the industry has been placed on a sound industrial basis, and only requires the proposed favorable national policy to.- its gigantic development. One hns oy.y to read a brief sketch of his life to realize the eemco E. II. Dyer and his boys have done to our beloved country. Ir Dyer erected the first beet sugar factory on the Pacific coast at Alvarado' California, in 1370. After r.unning four years, it proved a failure through the incompetency of the technical manage ment...

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 March 1897

SSSf . . I B "It is a sfirthi'g Kiel tint, aim os B without exception, the adulterate B teas are dangerous to health. Some B of them are actually poisonous." N. Y Herald. H Yes; some not all. But H that isn't the point. You H drink tea because you like H it not because it is good H i for you. H The wholesome tea is H also the best-tasting: Schil- H '$ Best at grocers' in B packages. B A Schilling & Company BB San Francisco 407 BBi B Help Your Neighbor Along. B It is to be resetted tlmt in ninny of B our rural districts there exists a feeling B of joalouslv which should not be there. B "Vfhy should any farmer or anyone eho B for that matter, be jeulou or entertain B anything but a kindly feeling toward B u's brother in the nme line of business B yet it is nu iineoui tnon thing to sco B farmers living on the same street, who?o fl farms join each other and whose BBB families should be on the beat of terms, B who do not spcrtk. and if thejopportunity B presents. itself, will duciu-h...

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 March 1897

J How it Has Grown. In the yenr 1872 thd Peopled Co-op Wn9 first founded by n few citifcensof !Lehi wlio niet together nnd organized tho institution. At that timo T. JR. Cutler was one of tin? ie.uling promoters. At the commencement it never enteied into tlie minds of those '.vlio started it that it would ever grow to thu mammoth jprcpoitiona it uhsuiiips toiJny. Hut like "the careless lolling of tin ocean tid-j it has gone forwa-d gathering strengtli at every move. From the little, dingy iidobo room whieli btood when the Lehi C. & S. JJank now stands it has, through the wise nndoctioihical manage ment of those who have been in change, grown to occupy one of the lurgt-t-t "buildings south of Salt Lake City. From the one clerk, Mr. T. K. Cutler, who used to do the waiting on the customers who patronized the institution, it has developed eo that today" in all of its branches it takes about -T hands to serve the host of people who throng t lie institution to do business froni tar a...

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 March 1897

B . .. H' Tlie IagItli Banner m . u ' ' ' H By Tho Lohi Publishing Company B ' DIRECTORS. H , " Guor.aE Wkhh, Tresldcnt. H Jaukb IlAiiwoon, Vice-President. B V. E. Rackuh, Samukii Taylom. H Wai.tkk L. Wkhh. B W.E. Rackkk, Sec. nnd Tros. B Waller L. Webb, Kdilor. B Sl.ftO A Yocir. M Notiu: op DiscoNTiNUANcn Tlic I)anni:r H s sent to .subscriber!) until an rxoltclt order U B received by us, mid all payment of nrrtarnges Is B made, ns required by law The courts Invariably B ll011' a subscriber responsible to the publisher B for the subscr'ptloti price of all papers received B until (he paper Is paid lor in full up to date and H ordered dlhcoiilluucd. PAVERS KKTURNKD H ARK NOT NOT1CK Ol' DISCONTINfANCK. B v All communications fl.oiM be addressed to B Tub I.uill Manner, Utah County, Utah. H kiitcrca "l l.chi City, 1'otiofflcc ( Utah) or B 4rinsporttttlfn 0"niglt the miU ii fecund-clam B H .BUI I'UIILISHIXG C H , - i B Lkhi, .Mm eh 'M, 1S07. B A'l our slock nien should B remember that und...

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 March 1897

US1: Hewlett Bros. if M"Mm Baking Powder." TUB CrzSST .fiJSTO J333T ZMZnDE. ". j , Three-Crown f U , Three-Crown "SPICES' . ' h-K Triple -" Are . 9fejSt FLAVORING BEST MSm. extracts,' They are giound QS Are Delicious. Fresh Every Day, MSS TRY THEM. v Oar goods of this brand guaranteed to be the equal the best on the market op money refunded. WANTED At this ollk'O, two tirtis of lucern hay on subscription. n Mulliner A Co, are driving: an artesian well at the residence of HarryMuniu. Tlios. Wobb camo in from his .sheep herd on Sunday and states the roada ure vory bad. Some of our young men are receiving Home valuable and interesting infor mation from Box B. " George Harvey has recently purchased the residence of V. H. Gibb near the eemetary. James Gardner intends erecting a new fence uround his residence in the near future. FOll SALE One city lot half a block west of the Union Hotel. Apply to ,r" . ., Samuel Urigga, Sr. E.S.Carroll came here from Si I. yesterday. He will he employed ...

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 March 1897

B Quite nhuuiWer of our citizens arc B still in titc tlnoce of grip. H It 18 hoped that Monday's blizzard B -will be the hist of the season. B Our local Imse bnll club hna been do M ing considerable practising lately.. B Mr. Otto Hudson will move his family B from Salt Lalco to Lshi in a few days. B Mr. Welsh's premises is being imprr- B vedtby the addition of aneati new fence. B Thoso tables to be given as prizes at B Kirliham it Sons arc daisies. (Jail and B eco them. B Mr. Ellis Raker is putting up a nc; t H little house just north of James Gled H hill's place. H Mr. Daniel Fowler will build n new H fence along the north side of his lot in B the near future H It will do vour eyes good to see the H beautiful sidewalk that George Austin H lias been grading aroinid his place. H The men employed in driving a well H for Dan Fowler had tho misfortune to H break the pipe theieby losing 0U feet. H The infant daughter of Gus Bennett B died last Fiid-.iy and was bmlcd en H Saturday. A son ...

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 March 1897

I HORSES AND FLUTES. II Uow tho SytmrltuV Ktiumloi Aro Snld to Hnvu Won it lliittlis I ' Born originally iti (Jreoee, it. IkiiI lis , 1 renascence in Italy, and Grisonl and I ' Pinsehl must be aeknowkulpod t lie true t I ' fathers of the art, however ready we i ) may be to admit that the courts of; W rrnneis Land Henry IV., by early adop-i J i tlon of the otTwprir.f,', adorned iLsdevei-I i 4 opuient with the toiirtly frraee, luster I and urbanity of French Influence, whleli H f made the menage the artof the princes. j as another nation and' age made hawk- 1 f, lug the sport of king. 1 f "They say," wrote Ken Johnson, I Ji 4,prluceH learn no art truly but the art I i of horsemanship. The reason is, the J ; brnve beast ia no Hatterer. II will tlirow a prince ns soon an his groom." ' i f The Greek theory of etlncatlo:'. as we 1 j ' find It in Plato, was of a twofold kind: j " "One of gymnastics relating to the 2 body, the other of music for tho sake ,' of a good state of the soul;" bri...

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 March 1897

B THE LEHI BANNER B Iioht. Utah County, Utah B LEHI MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. H ' ' M Mayor Mosiah Evnus. fl Counailrnin John R)b)rh Jr., 0 . B Ellingson, Rlclmrd Brndslmw Amlre B A. rctcrson, John S. Willis. B Recorder John E. iloss. B Treasurer Jmncs Hnrwood. B Marshal Joseph A. Thomas. H City Justice L. B. Willis B School Tiwstkch: B tune& 1). Giuldic. John L. Gibb, James H P. Cnrter. B idverUsementt in thu column Ten cents pet H tine flrrtini'Ttlm, five cents per line each nddi H tional Insertion. H TinifcDAY, March .'10, 107. H THIS.' THAT AND THE OTHER B " - "' ' mm B f ThoiiuiH Wc'ub left hers Wednesday B morning for liis hIicoj; herd out west. m The People's Cc-op sell the Sego Lily B shoes. They can't be beat. B " Nothing is allowed to go to waist B these hard limes except the young B man's arms. B Robert Fowler and wife 'are now H located in thu old Fowler reeidenee, H having recently moved there. H Sec that your cliildren always wear H District 70 school shoes. For sale' by...

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 April 1897

f The Lehi Banner I "VOL 6 L02KCI, TCJTA.EC, TUESDAY. APW I 3L 6. 1897. . KO 47 ' H I The Soil and its Preparation. , I "Supt.- Granger in I lis recent pamphlet I ?gh'CB the following good advice onthis I subject It should ho Interesting read- ing to every beot farmer ' "The sugar beet is u much hardier :plant than js genc'rally supposed, and 'will thrive in as great a variety of soils . -as will pettitoes., com or grain ; but we; find its most natural elelnort is a ric', deep, loamy soil (not too sandy) that dias good drainage, is loose and pliable, and will not bake or become haul dur ing the growing season. The very best land is none too good for the sugar-beet, and the farmer hhould always see to it I'' that the veiy best available piece, of the farm is used for this crop. "Avoid poor land, land where sheep -haye been reoontly pastured, sandy land V, that will "drift," cold, wet, late land, 7' ' .and above all alkali or mineral land. 'I "In any of the above, seed will not j. ' g...

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 April 1897

H BMHawMMBMMMHaaaBMMMMMIM1 "It is a startling fact that. ahno without exception, the adultcrntec teas are dangerous to health. Some of them are actually poisonous." N. V. Herald. Yes; some not all. But I that isn't the point. You I drink tea because you like I it not because it is pood I for you. B The wholesome tea is I also the best-tasting: Schil- I ling's Best at grocers' in packages. H A Schllllaf fc Company H Sin Frtncltco 407 H The Water. B The directors of the irrigation c m B pany wont up to Alpine yesterday to H look over their water prospects. They B found things in rather bad shape and B tho ditchos up that way in need of re- B pairs. . They have arranged to make a H better division of the waters of Cove H creek. That cimninl needs cleaning H out above tho division gate or it may B Hood Alpine. Tho Dry creek division H will leave the old creek bed high and H dry bo they will put in u dam. It will H bo a lumber crib 80 feet long, 0 feet H high and 5 feet wide and he fille...

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 April 1897

4 i Rewards Thnt are Sure but Slow. "Tho rewards of hbnestyand unswerv inn pripeiplc are- sometimes 'slow, but that in the end they are sure, and greater for their ejow-cqimivg. mhnits,o( ,no question," writes Fdward W. Bok in 'Problems of Young Men'' in the April Ladies' Home Jounml. "Our principle) ate sometimes severely tested, but, this testing is given us with a purpose. Holding fast to honorable principles is tho basis, upon which allsuecesois built Some have to pass through more lire than others, but I firmly believe that the reward in the end is, the greater to those. What tho world says, of a niaii matters little in such a struggle. It is the great inner satisfaction which cornea to a man that counts." , Mrs. A. Inveen, residing at720 Henry St., Alton, 111., Buffered with sciatic rheumatism for over eight months. She doctored for it nearly the whole of this time, using various remodiea recom mended by friends, and was treated by the physicians, but received no relief She th...

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 April 1897

H Tlie lAelii Banner m f . . By Tho Lohi Publishing Company H i H DIRECTORS. B Gko.iob Wkiib, President. B James IIaiiwooi), Vice-President.' m W. E. ItACKUtt, SAMUKii Taylok. B W'AliTKii L. AVnini. B vV.E. Rackku, Sec. nnd Troa. H Walter L. Webb, Editor. H S1.50 A Yoiut. H H NOTICi: 01' DISCONTINUANCE The riANNI'.R. B s sent to subscribers until nn'rxoltclt order is B received by us, and all payment of arrearages is B made, as required by law The courts invariably H hold a subscriber responsible to the publisher H Tor the sub.scr'ptiou price of all papers received H antil the paper is paid lor in full up to date and H ordered discontinued. l'APKUS UKTTKKKD H ARK NOT NOTICK OK DISCONTINUANCE. B All commiinicatwuh MOild be addressed td H Tiir I.biii 1IANN3K, Utali County, Utah. H littered nt l. Id CUy, Pottojf.ce Uta for m 'iriusporfiitiin V-'imyhlto maitt as teamd-clat B (.Kin ptfnusuiNG c ; i . TB B J'Kin, AiMtiii ), 1807. K We don't believe in saying much H concerning the I'ress A...

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 April 1897

4 ' .."SB Hewlett Bros, flfpf": KowLMing PpwderT TIECE PX7BEST J2TZD J3SST SueXjDE. ' Three-Crown .i Three-Crown SPICES $C ' Tr,P,G Are . n tMmr J? FLAVORING ' ' They nro ground fgL AieT)elWoU9' Froah Eyery Day. rggiP TRY THEM. '- ' ' Our goods of this bund guaranteed to be the equal to the best on the market op money refunded. The 1. 0. 0. F.aro prfpiuing to give a grand bnll in the near futuie. The man who says ho nover made a mistake ia either an angel in uiajjuiso or , ' ii man with a very short memory. Mra. Snrah Gurney ia very ill at present and ia not expected to recover. Slio had a paralytic stroke a few days ago from which ahe has not recovered, WANTED At this office, two tons of luccrn hay on subscription. ' ' FOIt SALE One city lot half a block I -west of the Union Hotel. Apply to Samuel Brigga, Sr. Since our last isauo we have had the heaviest snow atorni of the season. It started in Sunday night and snowed continuously until Monday night. It ia ,, eatimated that some tw...

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