Our City Government
ODR CIT'Y GOVERNMEN1' is just like that of
any incorporated city. The officers are practically
the sarne and they have similar duties to
- perform. T'his organization in our school is one
of great interest to all students; and...
Sanitary. Baths. Modern
Keenest of raz'ors; best
of soap; softest of brushes,
and the smoothest hand
that ever shaved a face.
Giv~ us a call.
CEDAR CI'ry u'rAH
INGE William H. Manning made Cedar City his
place of abode, and the Branch Agricultural College
his place of business, students and patrons have had
the opportunity to see two operas a year. This fall
he reproduced last year's operas,...
Count Von Arnheim
Thaddeus ( a fugitive) . . . .
Devilshoof (a Gypsy leader)
Florestein (nephew of the Count)
Arline, at six (daughter of the Count)
Arline, a t eighteen . . . . .
Gypsy Queen . . . . . .
Budha (attendant to...
Chapter Fifteen Military History of Beaver Beaver Milita Minute Men In the early frontier days' of all communities and settlements in the Territory of Utah, the maintenance of a military organization, as a means of defense, was imperative....
HISTORY OF MINERSVILLE RELIEF SOCIETY
The Relief Society of the Minersville Ward was organized April 15, 1869, with Malinda Lewis as president and Harriet Bradshaw as secretary. The society was
called Female Relief Society of Minersville.
holes. The duration of burning is from three to seven days, and of cooling from three to six days. Charring, which includes packing of wood in the kiln and drawing the coal, is usually done by contract and costs from 2 3/4c to 3 1/2c per bushel....
THE ATKIN HOTEL Mrs. Annie J. Atkin moved to Milford in 1902. Here she, with her husband George, connected with the hotel interests of the city and proved very capable in this connection. In 1904 a fire occurred, burning to the ground the building...
Jeddy and Heber Dean of Beaver, freighted to Frisco for many years, hauling lumber and merchandise. John Brooks was an old veteran freighter of Beaver. John W. Myers says, after relating experiences in freighting, "Those were hard times, but happy...
house belonged to the Winder Brothers, Leo, Richard and Norman Winder, of Murray. The Winders ranged their sheep winter and summer at Big Springs just over the line in Nevada, 75 miles due west of Milford. They eventually got a shearing plant of...
WAH WAH SPRINGS Wah Wah Springs was settled in July, 1870, by Edwin S. Squires and Lydia Abbott Squires. They were on their way to California to locate. They had a herd of cattle and when they got to Nevada they were asked to pay a tax on the...
of a shortage of water, most all of the settlers on the Delta project moved out, and in 1917, D. E. Kirk, C. C. Sloan, E. C. McGarry, M. P. Lewis and Bert Nichols again started the development of the underground water. But on account of the war,...
The charter members were M. Cathrine Smithson, Sarah L. Harrington, Margaret R. Williams, Mary A. McKeon, Susan A. Peak, Merentha H. Smithson, John B. Smithson, Josephine Muldoon, James F. Muldoon and Mrs. Julia Smithson. The first meetings were...