ANNUAL. GREEI1NG to
Our Friends in S"'outhern Utah
Again we have printed and bound this Agricula
book for the Student body of the Branch of the
Agricultural College. This gives you an idea
of the good work we can do and of the permanency
On Saturday night, scheduled as
the last night of the meet, it was
still anybody's tournament, with a
possibility of a four-team tie which
would necessitate the continuance of
the battle to Monday. This possi-bility,
as the games progressed,...
FIRST COLONIZERS NAMED
The question of colonizing Beaver Valley, having met the approval of George A. Smith, the following named men were chosen, with the understanding that they would become permanent settlers: Simeon F. Howd, captain; Wilson G....
Fennemore, merchant and photographer; George Buckner, brewery; Selig and Simon, wholesale liquors; Michael Powers, Star Saloon; Mrs. E. Smith, restaurant; The Bettensen Hotel; The Centennial Hotel, (Mrs. Betty Mathews, proprietress); James Low...
man." (A copy of the Enterprise of August 12, 1875, is still in existence and is the property of Mary Goodwin of Beaver).
THE BEAVER COUNTY SENTINEL was the next
paper, and was managed by G. W. McLaughlin.
THE SQUARE DEALER, with Joseph Field again...
ing dailies, tri-weeklies and weeklies vied simultaneously with one another for patronage, while other Utah towns of much greater population permitted a lone newspaper
THE BEAVER ENTERPRISE was the name of the
first newspaper, the first...
made butter for many years, were Sarah Nowers, Mary Low, Mrs. W. P. Smith, Amelia Smith, Mrs. Ann Levi, Sophia Dean, and others. Mrs. William Dean churned and supplied the officers at Fort Cameron with butter while they were stationed there.
from crowding too much upon the timbers. The present expense of mining is low. We have as the cost of taking out 90 tons daily Labor …24144.00 Timbering 90 tons @ 82c per ton 73.80 Superintendence 6.00 Supplies and incidental expenses ...
CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE MERCHANDISING IN MILFORD Milford, different than most Utah communities, was not settled on an agricultural basis, but because of the geographic location it became an early trading point, serving freighters. It happened to be...
47 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Farnsworth, Delna Kanab, Utah
Fordham, Albert Santa Clara, Utah
Fox, Hugh Circleville, Utah
Findlay, Donald Kanab, Utah
Forsyth, Effie Pinto, Utah
Gower, Grace Cedar City, Utah
Gray, May Santa Clara,...
31 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Palmer, Kate Cedar City, Iron Co.
Parker, Blanche Beaver, Beaver Co.
Parry, Bessie Cedar City, Iron Co.
Perry, George Wm "
Platt, John Wm Kanarra, "
Pryor, Margaret Cedar City, "
38 SOUTHERN BRANCH
Heyborne, Robert Cedar City, Iron County
Hibgee, Thomas "
Holt, Lillie Parthenia Enterprise, Washington County
Hulet, John S Summit, Iron County
Hunt, Nancy Ellen ...Enterprise, Washington County
King, Arthur Coyote,...
39 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.
Wilson, Doll Teasdale, Wayne County
Wittwer, Josephine Santa Clara, Washington County
Adams, John A Cedar City, Iron County
Barney, Josephine Panguitch, Garfield County
Bladen, John M Cedar City,...
Bergstrom, Jacob Cedar City
Bulloch, Alice Cedar City
Canfield, Irene Cedar City
Decker, Vivian Cedar City
Eatough, Ora Watson Cedar City
Hallman, John H Cedar City
Heyborne, Tillie Cedar City
Hunter, Mattie Cedar...
Bentley, Meta Parowan
Bringard, Willie Cedar City
Barnum, C. D Mesquite, Nevada
Bozarth, Lucy Paragoonah
Bringhurst, Vera Toquerville
Barnson, Josie junction
Benson, Monroe Parowan
Clark, Ramona Cedar City
Addresses.: Mrs. C. Crawford 103 N. 2nd. West Salt Lake City, Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N.Y. R.M. Rogers Wash. Co., Utah Enterprise, via. Hebron E.C. Howe. 891 Bay State Bldg. Chicago, Ill. John W. Hepworth Cossia Co. Elba, Idaho Mrs. C....