To Our Friends in Southern Utah
WE have just printed and bound this book for the ·Stude.nt Body
of the Branch Agricultural College. It gives you an idea of
the good work we can do. Our establishment...
The Agricultural Club
V DRING the school year of 1913-14 the Agricultural
club was organized, and since that
time it has continued to grow. Today it
is the largest boys' club in the B. A~ C.
I ts purpose is to promote scientific agriculture in...
111\UR Service· to the stu\!
V dents this year has given
satisfaction; our. val ues
and prices have kept them cOIning
right alo11g. Our ailn is to be modern,
bu t not extreme; he11ce our
Ed. E. Crouse Shoe Shop
\Alho said Ed Crouse...
Randall L. Jones
llIatrllmakrr anll3JtUtl'lrr CEDAR CITY CO·OP.
R. S. Gardner
Cedar City Utal1
Clocks and Jewelry of
all kinds. Fountain
Pens and Electric...
KATHERINE P. MACFARLANE
AFTON P. PARRY
ALICE C. KNELL
i c/llpKa ^Betas
ROSE J. TOMPSON
Contents CHAPTER 1-BEAVER COUNTY 1 CHAPTER 2-EXPLORERS AND EMIGRANTS 5 CHAPTER 3-INDIANS OF BEAVER COUNTY 15 CHAPTER 4-FOUNDING OF TOWNS, RANCHES AND FORTS 30 CHAPTER 5-SOCIAL LIFE IN PIONEER DAYS 45 CHAPTER 6-MOUNTAINS, LAKES AND STREAMS 61...
June 6th, 1876, Ruth Tyler went in as president of the society, with Eliza Hawkins and Ann Levi as counselors; Mary E. Shepherd Ashworth, secretary and treasurer. Donations, from three pounds of flour, one-half dozen eggs, to $20 in cash, were...
January 1, 1890, Rebecca Eyre was sustained as pres-ident, with Lydia McKnight as first and Mary E. Light-ner as second counselors, and Mary Carter, secretary, with Ida Hamblin as assistant secretary. While these sisters were on the board, the...
Thurs. July 28, 1898: Ther. hot. Wea. threatening, storm in east and south. helped Jim cut a little rye then went and cut a little wheat at the Little Meadows. Friday 29: Ther. hot. Wea. storming in the south. We cut Uncle Crisses rye and then...
Sat. July 30, 1898: Ther. hot Wea. clear finished cutting what wheat I had ripe and then came up to Robs place Sunday 31: Ther. warm; Wea. clouds in South John Winder and John Hepworth came over from Straw berry where they have been cutting...
Wed. Nov. 15, 1899: Ther. 48´., 56´., Wea. squally. Johny, Jim and Dan went and got the cattle as far as Crank Town, they left Brock on the trail she was unable to get home. I staid home today. Thursday 16: Ther. 44., Johny & I went down and...
Mon. Nov. 12, 1900: Ther. 50., 73., Wea. Clear. We finished hauling the hay. Brother and Sister Curtis made us another visit before going home. Dan & I went down below to hunt some cattle after-noon. Tuesday 13: Ther. 50., 74., Wea. Clear. partly...
Sun. July 28, 1901: Ther. Warm., Wea. Showers in night, Clouds, I moved on south stopped for noon on the side of the mountain two or three miles south of Little Valley, camped just north of the top of the mountain, I moved about three or three and...