T h e C+op Cattle C!nmpnny. Davc Bulloch and I x h i . rustling.
I n the fall of 1877, Lehi Jones and his brothers b e p to look after the C b o p Cattle and worked with them for five )-ears. This was soon after they finished with the mail contract. \\'lien they took the herd there were 600 head of cattle.' I n Kumen's Journal he states he was up alrout 21 whcn they s i ~ n e d to take the C:. r:. Cattle herd for a three year lease, "at which I worked practically all the time until lcavinx Cedar City for the San Juan." The Co-op Cattle Company was organized in 1875 with Henry Lnnt as President, Jens Neilson, Vice Pres., George Wood, John Parry, and David Bulloch, Direr:tors; John C:hatterly, Sec.; H. Leigh, Treasurer. This was known as the C:CC for short. Its ohject was tn expand the cattle industry, and promote the manufacture of butter and cheese. Capital stock was sold at $5.00 per share. Cattle, land, and such other property as might be used for the l)usiness, were accepted as stock. T h e brand was CC. T h e Bulloch lrolhers leased the herd for a few years, then the Jones brothers took it. The last minutes of the company a w dated hIay 15, 1884, when the Bullochs bought the company, leavini. the Co-op Store, with the flour roller mill, in Cedar Can\on to carry on.' Dave Bulloch and Lehi became very good friends and worked together on many business dealings. Dave, an emigrant from Scotland, was 10 )-ears older than Lehi and came to Cedar City with the first settlers in 185 1. H c wxs the first white child to come t o the settkment. H e did some early freixhtinx to the Nevada mining camps befol-c he, nioni. with his brother Rohert, had charge of the Co-op Cattle. After they