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warcJecTHlglTos,'Honors-WorlcJ,3T:'alr, --? DPRICE'S The only Pure Cream of Tartar l'owder. No AuunonlajNo Alum. Used in Millions of Homes ao Years the Standard. D. y. A Notos. , Editor Lehl IIbnnebi Knowing that jou are interested In tho proursa of the (.durational (.du-rational Institutions of Utah, I take pUasuro In Bending you a few Items concerning tho 11. Y, Acnd'my of 1'rovo, which 1 1 opo will bo of Intercut tojour under, Thaattendancoof the llrlghsm Young Academy Is -151 etudenti, 60 of whom are In tho kindergarten. Tho Academy Choir, under the directorship of I'rof. H. I. alls, Is practicing for tho TJlah Tcrritornl Fair. Other work is In progress consisting ot map drawing, compositions, etc. Tho first flo weeks ot the first semlitcr ended Friday eening,Scpt. i!l, with n grand ball, given in tho Trovo Opr.i Ilouso under tho auspices of the 1'olyaophlcal Society. Among the noted guests was Prcaldont Cico. Q. Cannon. Twenty eight studtnls of the Rhetoric A Clasa havo been chosen to correnpond with twenty eight leading papers of the Territory. Mr. McKcnzle ot Bait I.nko City, lectures te the students onco a week, on tho Authenticity ot tho Riblo. Tho Rhetoric 11 Class is competing in tho composition work for tho Utah Fnlr. They ha.u chosen their subject from the natural resources of Utnh. Tho first year normals ot thlsyear, are the first to start out on n six years courso. Thuy nro preparing loorgnnlzc a class ot 1W0, as that is tho year thoy will rccciv their degree. It will constat of about CO students. A ball ja ghen for tho atudonta nnd teachers oiory fio weeks. Tho Polyaophlcal Society incola every Friday evening and isgeuernllyntl ended by all the students and teachers. Billy Say Tom I aro you going to aend teacher n valentine? Tom No. I nm nftor a piece of chalk to write It on th fence. Hinday School Teacher Willie I what good thing did God do for 1.0 1 7 Willie He turned hia wlfu Into n pillar of anlt. Student II. Y. A. Editor Banneu: Dear Sir: Allow me to express myself In p few lines in jour paper, regarding n conversation J. heard on Monday last. Ono member of the Mormon Churih was asking another what ho thought of n member .f tho High Council entering into u discussion with it member of tho church, nnd of tho aaine ward, on tho subject of jkjIuIch, In n public meeting. The ono appealed to, answered by asking, what would ou think of n Bishop w ho w ou'd sj lorct himself as to discuss politics in public with a member over whom ho preildcs. Tho two soon came to tho sumo conclusion, con-clusion, that no Blehoj) 1 1 the Mormon Church could be induct.! to take such n step, I! ho had tho wellfare of Ida ward, and the loo ot tho pcoplo at heart, uud surely u member of tho High ouncil would list so degrade himself as to stoop, nor rcsoil, u the methods of thol'ot-houscjioliticuu. thol'ot-houscjioliticuu. Now sir! am n member of tho Mormon Churih, nnd hopo that nothing to degrading, de-grading, low and disjusuble, will ever lnpppii, for tho aake ot thuihiiicli itself. If there lannythingthat would cause me to cast my Mt .ignlnet n man or that kind If ho should ever bo n jnndidato for oillce, aiith a lourso would do it. I am sir ouis A'.Mormon. Explanation. Mr. Kditor: As nn explanation ought to be iiiiuIh to tho louders of tho IIinnkk I trust you will grant mo Hnat o to do so broifly. Being a trawling missloiary of the Reorganized Ohuroh of Jesua Chiistol f-iittir Day Saints nnd desiring uu op-peitunity op-peitunity to preach to tho ptople o( l.chi I called on Bishop Cutler on Friday Sept 21, asking him for tho privelrgo to occupy tlietabernnile for Hint. purpose nt souio time when not otlurw Ue engaged. en-gaged. This ho Becmed cliterfully and willing togrant, and it was agren'l that I could do soon Sunday night Sc t. SO, und upon the strcngtli of that promise I uiudeilicannouucemeiiljiii the IUnnfu as appeared in last wcek'n issue. A letter from Bishop Cutler under dale of Sept !5 readied mowhiloen routofrom l'roohen to fill my appoint-mcnl, appoint-mcnl, inforinlngj mo that I JOu,d not uso tho tabernacle na It would ho otherwise other-wise engaged. It Ujng to lato lo (aucol my announcement ilIs.ippoliitn.eiit und udsiinderstanding have obtained, henco f write these lints to plaro myself right beforo the jwojilo I iimLu no complaint, com-plaint, only dtsiro facts to ho krown Haviug for yeara traudltd an a mi lUter to preach the gospel ofJiauaCI ri.t 1 havo Ion learned that tho imssago ot truth is noiuoio wtlcomo now than in paat ages, nnd that (llaappoluhnuiita il tlila kind are a niissionarlei euianion lot I will only aay, thai J W0U(J nmth picftrred a plain nnd alrnlclitfut wnrtl refusal iiielc! of n pmmlse nflerwar.1 to bo canceliad. It would hivo saval mo time and expense, and also dlHapi.iint-ment dlHapi.iint-ment to tho pcoplo. I Respectfully i, . , , . H. N, Hansen. I resent address, I'leusaut Giove, Utah Business Briefs. Satin nrii.li tnht. photos 1.50 per doren. Best work in tho county. Only artist in norlh end ot ounty. 13 years practical experience. Bco Hivo studio. Turldon Co. propB. Jackson Building, American Fork, Utah. Trano pays 'J7c. per bushel for potatoes When you want a good wagon or sulky plow, call on Trano. Men's ami boy'., clothing ntTrano's. I.ailics anil children's shoes nt Trnno's. FOR SAt.I. A 5 acre pasture, fenced and 1 lot at Ichi Junction hyT.F. Trano, Coal, Coal, Coal. Always on hand 1'. V. nnd CniHo (late. Nut nnd Lump coal ntTrano's. WANTi.D Ladles to aid mo In my business, (lood H.ilcry Address with stamp, Mrs. A Norman. Manager Isabella Isa-bella Toilet Co., 325 7th, St. Salt f.ako City Utah. At Trnncs. Apples fijc. per lb. Apricots Be. per lb. Hums Ou. per lb. l'teled peaches 8a ped lb. Beaches lc. per lb. For n nico cap, tint nnd pair of gloves tho Chlpman Merc. Co. is tho place to you want good nnd cheap clothing nnd ttndcrnnro buy It nt Peoples Co-op lust, they hn.uthu largest assortment of any houso in tho County. Tho , Co-op received fifty enses of rublKr Istols nnd etc. this woeknnd wilt bo nblo to fill tho wants of tliolr patron. In that lint, nt tho lowest po3ih!u prices. I havo not tlmo to send circulers to peoplo'il linttBCB, but I sell tho same New Haven Nickle Clock for only 85c. othcrB chago 100. AtTranu's T"Papcra will bo forwarded untllex-Illicit untllex-Illicit ordera la recioved by tho publisher publish-er for their discontinuance, nnd until payment of nil unearagtt la mndo, ns required by law . Why lit your applcti rot on tho ground, When Trano will give you Go per pound, From tho amount of liundcr going in cud out of tho Peoples Coop lumber yard, n person would think that a building boom had stmck town, Dr. Prlco's Cream Baking Powder WorM'j Pair lllclitat Medal ami Diploma. BIMETALLISM AND MONOMETALLISM BY ARCHBISHOP WALSH, OF , DUBLIN, IRELAND. Orthu to tfiogiuut demand for Arcii-Mlioi Arcii-Mlioi Walsh's piniphlet on monornetnl-Hhiii monornetnl-Hhiii r.nd Us ruliiou I'llccts on tho hind TliNANlRYoflKliLANI) ffw reprodmtd jto'u elegant hook papor, ncntlv bound ; containing SO mgert. It is onu oi tho inos'. logical, practical, illus- tJatlvo (ouvineing nrguiiients fnvoiing HI l I'TA I I Kf I'l"' ll vr lieen pU-1)22.214.171.124.1.10.11 pU-1)126.96.36.199.1.10.11 f.j,j. lli.nilitet is hnvlngn widodrculution uud bIioiiIi! lu read by every titlzvn of Hie United Stnttv.i. it bus nttrattetl tho uttontlun of l.uroponnd Ainiricn, nnd isonu of tlie most scholarly writings extant on the fiihhct of Bimetallism, .Mailed sihi paid to any address on icioiiit of L'.'i ils. Sjiecial teriiis to agents. AiIiIicsh, Coin Publishing Co, 115 Monroe St., Chicago I). A 1..U. Went Bound lonvcu I.ehl atH8:ri! h l:t&& 10.&0 a !! Faiat Bound h .'I :! I u 0 rfiO a 8 :o3. by pay 50 to 100 dolhirs for u Seeing .Miicliino when IVoplva Coop Inst, will soil yoi in. flnosii .Mnchlno as is made from "5 to tit) dollars. Those matliinea havo nil tiio latest and best nttnilimunts. Come mid seo tlit.ui. School, School. Remember I hiu nlwnyg htiiili)imiteii for books, slto, note uud copy books und Isxikaaeks ntTrnuu'a. (ioto Berka Hot Springs uud tnko n gootl hath and then to Dr. MoriihouH ollicii and havo your Uetlr uloniitil, mid you will Im u now person. Dr. Merrlhow. rORS.VI.H h, & or thowholoof my interest In tho mine known ns the Star Minor Kuiuro of N. S. Beck or nt this ollho. I'o a Moret III my henil, Kuict Mriiie, A tula 1 would Impart, Svtiet Marie. If you'd ovon fairer bo You inuatalrtnysusu Parks'Tea 'IheiiiipriiveuiDiit you will seo, Swtet Stnrio, Spld hy I). i: Kllingaoij, f-i? -I-: i' : -h ..-!-,&-.- -- I -H--fe-H,.-hfc-H -l".-;'.'!- I Few of cur Bargains'. Very Vicc Wiakcv Via, n el formerly sold for S J-S now JjO. Homo. Made i.insoy ivhilc or gray last year .sold a I $1.00 now 75 o. Horn o Made yarn white and gray 7bc,ier Id. Mcis Jiandom Uiulerwurc good value for O0c per suit. 24 nciv styles of Hats will arrive litis week direct from Manufacturers. 11 'e Jiuy all kinds of h -fed Fruit and Produ ce, an d give the highest market J'riccs. . A Visit to our New Store proves that we cm save the buyer from 10 to 25 3er cent. ' , dairies Hfs'khasjsi & Bo -ixaiEcx - oxr - PTiATr-m-5- i-l'l-s--f-s-- vsK--.i---.--rt.i-M-).1hj-.!. Notice to Inventors. There wns never n tlmo in tho history ot our country w lion tho dpuuindH for Inventions aid Improvements in tin una nnd Klein. mernlly w as so grmt na now. Tlib jiivcriicmrs of inankind In tlicfattory nnd w orkshop, tho house olilf on tho farm, nnd in ofihinl life, reiuiro conllmi.il acctssions to the nppeitcn-nnccs nppeitcn-nnccs and iinplcmentaof each In oruVr to snvo labir, tiinu nnd expense. The political chango in thondmluistmti n of government doea not ellcct tho projrc&s of the American inventor, who boh g on tho nlcrt, und ready lo perceive lb- existing ex-isting deficiencies, docs not permit the nt-hli ot government lo deter him .rom quickly contel dug the remedy to .cr-conc(li9crcpaiicies. .cr-conc(li9crcpaiicies. Too great can ran not bo exercised in choosing ncomp'tent and skillful attorney to prepare nnd prosecuto nn application for pnttmt. Villi iblo interests havo been lost nnd destroyed in innumerable instnnc a by tho employment of incompetent coi uicl, npd especially is tlila nrivicc npph able to thoto who ndopt tho "No patoi t, no pay" Bystun. Inventors wlmctirust thrir business to this class of atto aeya do so at immeutrisk, nsthobreadtn and strength ot tho patent is uexcrcnu der-cd der-cd in view ofnrjuick cudenortoiti an nllowonco and obtain tho fee llioi lue. THK PUr.SS(l!.IM COMPANY, lului Wwhlerbun., Cuiieml Manager, 'IS F Btreet N. W. , Washington, l 0 , repreBcnlhnrnlarg. niinber otlmpi tan. dally and weil.ly p.ipcrs, nt w 'II na general periodicals -of tho country, was Jhistitutcd to prolttt its patrons fro i the tinsafn iuothola heretofore employ d in thjsljnuot business. 'I he snid con , any is prepared lo tnko charge ot all pi uiti cntrustid to it for 'sonablo feci and prepare, nnd pii-.etiitis npphe ions generally, including mechanical i .on-tioi.H,desigu .on-tioi.H,desigu patents, trademarks, I lieln, copyrights, Interferon lfnngeii .utt, validity, reports, and gicca cspocl .1 attention at-tention to rejctled risos. It it aho lrcparerl to enter ink lonipetlt-on with any firm in securing foreign paten . Wr'te for instrii.tlona and mhinr Jqhn Woddorbtirn, 018 F street, P. 0. Box 335. Wndiliigton, J. C. til- . l'arSjS' Cough Ryruy enrca Coldt mid Consiilijptiou, .Mrs Outherine, B'uok, ofhaltoy, N. V., mye: "I took ouo Isilflc tifl'iukV Courfh Hyrnn It i tetl liku magic. Stopped my u.'h nnl 1 am perfectly well i.ow " Sold dy 1). U IJIIingwii. A cup of Parks' Ten nt night moea tho bowl'Ia in tliui-iorniugwlthout rain or (liacomfprt ft la n great Ir idh giver n.ul blood purifh.r. 'Sold Zy D. i: l.lllngion -r Buslnosa Briefs. ' Buy four LADIES WRAPS & CLOAKS at 1'i.oplitt Co-oj Inst, largest and best asrlhiciit of mHBt styles now on tjiiht nt their btore. The Go op slilppod several urn . da ot ivQhjtoot this week nnd lire ptyiug the farfilCrs tho highest mnrkvtpriiu fur tlrenf. ' Our bill nnd winter goeds are now arriving daily nnd are on exhibit! i:i nt our stored. Peoples Co-op Inst. KAftlP CI.OVKU ROOT, thpcreat Itlixsl purifier give freshness ti ml nr-ut-M lo tlio Cktniph'xioii and ures t'oustll'dllon, IC nta , 60 tls , (1 IHI Sold by T. J, Wads... .rth flIFIlOHs CURK la nold r i n gimraiiico. It elirea Inripiuiit Con uui-tlon, uui-tlon, 1 i tlio bvt Cpilgh Curo Inly ouo Ltlt n diMKi 26 rtf ., 00., eta., nnd 100. Sflhl by 'f. J Wadtwtrth Mra. T. S. Ilawkln;, Ciinttrin ngn Tenn, fiiya, ".Shoi'j Vttallttr 'S.i 'lili .VI' IJFII.' I wwiVcr U the httl rt-ntily for a tlHiUiWttt tyUtm t ntrutttl " Km Dybliepalj;, J.Ivor or Kidney tronlle it oxcela. Prlto 70, Sold by T.J. Nudi-wortli. Nudi-wortli. "JOHIO-"" wvflaaa 'n vrircj rl rwiAl vi-0g (! aunp tW V S4uai up t qv. THolJoJ ll 'l 'I'll'U UM Hfi I 411 VOJ-VO JI kta UJ4 -J3 niM m lot .tt I I ' I t -irm-i rrr-ri ..fllLIIT COXFERENCK AND TERRITORIAL TERRITOR-IAL FAIR AND EXPOSITION RATES. VIA ItIO Un.VNIl W I.ST K UN lull, VV.W. For tho Scml-Aununl Conference, I.. 1). 8., nt Bait I.nko city, October Bth to 7th. ineluslvM, und for tlio Territorial Fair nnd Exposition nt Salt Jiku City, October !nd lo Oth, Inclusiv e, tho follow Ingrnt-s nro iiuthorlrid to Malt I.nko uud return : rnosi nATU Oddin ji.no llooptr 1.20 Won '. .. W) iviiydvillo ..'. 80 FKrinlngton (jo Woods Cross ( " 26 i'unay. .'5 (lermauiii 25 Bingham Junction U5 Bingham 1.7& Smdy 5u iJrni.tr 70 '-el'i l.!5 Amernan Fork l.ao Uenevn .., ;.,. i.ou 1'rovo i.uu Hpringvilto a.10 HJMiiish Fork 2.v!5 Bcnjmaln 'fiC I'uywn j.0 a.intanum o.ao Goshen ' 2.75 I-iuel.a , . jj'25 Mammoth '.. 326 bil.er'Jity 3,25 Castilla oo Tldsthi 2.71. Fairviuw '. ;j"tJ Alt. Pleasant ... yoo Spring City 300 I'-lihralm .... 3.UO ffti 3 00 uunnisou 32c Sulinn .,m) ClearCntk ' 3,V, P. V.J unction ,05 Scotield , 0W) Castle t.ato : 6.00 ''"'I'" 600 ,lrlV GOO (irten River ,. 050 Tompsuia 10.00 Urand Junction 1000 Prom nil other stations not mentioned nbovo rate will bo one eingle fair for the round tiip, but in 110 taso to fxcctd title from jioint boyond, 6 ecial form of mrd icursIon tickets will bo sent principal stations, bu. nil other olllcura will uso regular book ex-ourtlon ex-ourtlon form No stoii-oveTprivileges will be uilowed on tl tso tiokots. Ticketawill he aold from Ootob'r 2nd to 7th, inolusivej limiltd to October 16, IS'Jl. Notice for Publication. No 2301. Land Ofllio at Suit laike City) September LI., J8J1 J Nothe is lieicby given that the following follow-ing named Midler has hhd notice of his intention tomako ilunl piootiu support of his claim, ami that said proof will he iniulo Uforo Ihu Rrgittci & Rttelvtr U. S. laiud Oillce nt Salt Luke Chy, Utnli, onNovtmber 12, 1MM, h: John M. Olier II. K. R02T) tV fliS8 for the S K 4 N W t S W 1, N R U W itt S i; 14 Section 2J Tp 6 S R 1 W Ho names tho following u II ruffes to prove his ooutlnt ous ritidcnco upon nnd cullivution of, snld land, vim Israel Rvbiis, .Ir , J.woph II, Colledgc, Joseph Moody uud Morgan Ilvnns nil of l.thl, Utah. Byron Groo, Register (I'lrst rubllontluu Oclolcr I, 1491.) "That dcats uod tail. Origin of ul'lira.. ilTTieh Ilrard In Baulli-r Baulli-r 1 States. The phrnso "Hint Bents Bob Tall" U not uncommon, even now, W many parts of tho country, especially In the MJUth. lu orlffln Is trnceahlo to a men which occurred about 1610, or hhorlly bofoiothnt year, on tho famous Futr-field Futr-field track on tho Mochnnlosrllla turn-plho turn-plho nour Richmond, Vo. In thoM days Boh l'olmloxtar lived in Richmond. Ifu vvns n -.porting man, wore flno clnthos anil ouuoil 11 iiudiKt of hoiw Among his nnlmaU was one ho named Pizarro, n plain bay gelding, with black mano nnd tall, the latter loblx short Thoro vvai nothing extraordinary ex-traordinary about tho horso nnd nobody no-body looked upon him ni n racer. But Puludoxtor took n notion thnt ho could lun We ref lived to drivo Pizarro about Itlohmond hitched to a buggv On tha day that ho was ndvcrtled to npiwur on the trnclc n great crowd vvns prosent nnd tho orfclteincut ran hlgli, for n giKMl denl of money had boen put up on other homos. To tho ni.toiili.h-mont ni.toiili.h-mont of ovor.rbr.ly Plinrro boatovory hone 1 Iho truck, and tho people went fnlrlywlld Bol-tnlled Plinrro nover I natuto much of n record He won two or three rnoes and ihen went to pleeos. For years afterward when anything ox aoriltnnry happened In that section It was Bald of it "That boats Bob fail " Itutar nnd Prlvor. il UJj n imi..JJ imjiill 11 llMIMM 4 The Peoples'Go-Op M WHOLE SALE AND RETAIL ' DBALERS 11) Geijepa. Merchai)illse Lowest Prices on Dry Goods Ladies Wraps ai)d Coaks Rubbers Goods boots and shoes FANCY STAFLE AND GROCERIES Hardware and Stoves FURNITURE Building Materials and all kinds of Implements Branch store, Main Street. Main store, State Street. W. E, RACIER, Superintendent. Hajiipiersjiivy Stable, j Best Horses and Ouggies Day or Nigkt I EIIESHE:a$ CHEW A0 THE CttBAWeT I All kinds oi Coal dolivorod from thm 1 Co-op; sood voihl ftunmntood, I Next io CJt Eiall, M.Tlr, Street, JLVf I J - IIIU.SIS WANTED' AT ONCE! At the odlce of the Bannek Every person that lives in the North Knd of Utah County to keep posted as what is going in this section. This Jhcy cannot do unleci they subscribe for The Li.hi Hannku, the only paper published in the northern portion of this county, This is a matter that needs YOUR PROMPT ATTENTION. . Subscription $2 oo per year. Six months $1.25. " Call on or address LEHi BANNER, Lehi.Utah B AT . j Beck's Saratoga Spripgs On the west shore of Utah Lake, five miles from Lchf. ? 2 Largo plunge baths Thcsc Sl,rinKS 1)0SSCSS AVOfl4ef-' 6 IM Tub baths, fuI nlc,licinaI p10""85 m" People in Ijchi can testify, for I PA'rp-IQQiP Kheumatism and diseases of the U i-V 1 1 0 Ct)j skin it lias no equal. A pleasant ricle and a plunge in these health-giving waters will cure THAT TIRED FEELING K: ROBINSON ' I Wishes to call ihc Attention of the Public to 1 the Fact that he has Rented the Shop of L. W. 1 Brown, and is now Prepared to Repair 1 WAGONS BUGGIES & SLEIGHS 1 AND DO uSL Ul GE?euu REiPAnir.o business. I BUfc'fity painting a Spoclnlty. H im n oiTV - UTAH. J I H !