The above is the New Leigh Hotel and the New Leigh Furniture Building
It is not only a credit to Southern Utah, but the whole state.
When You Stop in Cedar, Try the
IT WILL PLEASE YOU
When in Need of Furniture think of the
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.
great-grandson of C. D. White, Sr. At this time the enrollment of children was 100 per cent. HONOR ROLL Honor for the most outstanding records in the history of Beaver Stake Primary goes to Mary F. Goodwin and Catherine Muir, of the Beaver West...
21 STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
All needful provision has been made for the proper development of the body. The students have the advantage of a variety of apparatus. Through the efforts of the Athletic Association, appliances...
FOURTH YEAR COURSE.
Decker, Vivian B., Cedar City, Engineer Utah
Higbee, Lillian, Cedar City, Normal Utah
Melling, Margaret, Cedar City, Normal Utah
Robinson, Martin, Paragoonah, Engineer Utah
Tweedle, Richard, Cedar...
Jones, Clara Monticello
Jones, Arthur Cedar City
Jones, Orion Cedar City
Jones, Ashton Cedar City
Knell, Ann Iva Pinto
Lunt, John H Cedar City
Matheson, Ella Cedar City
Macfarlane, Ruth Cedar City
McBride, Evelyn Paragonah...
periments in which to determine the amount of moisture, humus, etc. in various types of soils in our locality. Three hours credit. First term.
Cereal Crops. This course deals with the history, cultivation, development, and marketing of...
Fri. April 15, 1898: Ther. warm Wea. cloudy We finished the fence in the forenoon thin clouds distant thundering in the south after noon. Father & I went to the L. Meadows after some potatoes for Dan to take home. we had a nice shower this...
Tues. April 19, 1898: Ther. warm Wea. windy cloudy Father, Mother & I went to Rockville while in Town a Telephone message was received stating that war had been Declared Wednesday 20: Ther. 58 at 6-50 Wea. light clouds wind after noon. I W...
Sat. Jan. 28, 1899: Ther. noon 52º., 58 3-30 pm. Wea. white clouds going E am. clear pm. Johny & I went up to the ford and got a yellow heiffer. I took a photo of Uncl A. G. & family & M.S. Ruesch and family. Sunday 29: Ther. 9 am. 42º., Wea....
Wed. Dec. 6, 1899: Ther. 34., cool. Wea. clear. Johny & I went to Rockville ang cleaned the Molasses mill, we then went to Grafton and back home Thursday 7: Ther. 34., 58., Wea. very light clouds. Husked and shelled corn sent on order to M.W. &...