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Louis PALMER PAUL M. ADAMS
Commissioner of Publications Assistant Business Manager
B. F. PARKER
B. F. PARKER RITA LLOYD Louis PALMER
HE Affirmative Team had for its captain,
Louis Palmer, a debater of three years'
standing, and this year's high honor winner.
Mr. Palmer is a freshman college student. B. F.
Parker is a first...
B. F. PARKER
PAUL M. ADAMS
HE Forum Club was first organized in 1924—
the only honor club in the B. A. C. The...
the level and the thermometer stood at 32 degrees below zero for six weeks, day and night. Cattle sought protection among the pines and cedars, but they froze to death standing on their feet. Some of the smaller cattle owners were put out of...
BINGHAM ran the rooming house later operated by Mrs. Hardy. FORGIE Jimmy, a rancher and cattleman, and Johnny, who built the Forgie apartment house. BRADFIELD Thomas, roundhouse foreman. GUILES Peter, ran a livery stable and feed yard on the...
As a young man, Mr. Walter James drove a butcher wagon, delivering meat to the townspeople and to the Horn Silver and Carbonate Mines boarding houses. The two mines employed about 1,000 men. Each mine had its own smelter for refining ores....
Photos of B. F. Grant Store in Frisco and Frisco Cemetery, showing residences, boarding house, ore bins, hoisting works, assay office, store rooms and waste dumps of famed Horn Silver Min in background
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...
Memoranda: Commenced Working for Date quit rate per month days G. Crapper (Saunders) Jan 8th. Mar 9th $30. 60 O. Leigh Mar 10” “ 19 $30. 10 B.F. Saunders May 14’ aug 17 noon 35. 96 H. Barton Aug 26 “ 28 1 per day 2 J. Robinson “...
XBills Payable. XMarch.: C.W. Stanton Co. of 323 Dearborn St., Chicago, wants agents for the life of President McKinley, prospectus 12 c. ad. in Sanfrancisco weekly examiner. Receivable.: 11 Received of G.W. Crapper Draft No. 103 on B.F. Saunders...
Fri. Feb. 10, 1905: Ther. Cold and cloudy no wind to speak of. We went back to our work, via. Coralea stayed with Mr. B.F. Hardin two miles north and the same east of Coralea, about a half south of Mr. Martin’s Am about free from the Neuralgia...
Mon. Feb. 27, 1905: Ther. Cool N.E. wind., Wea. Light Clouds, We took our mail to Duke, then finished canvassing the line west, went south one mile, then east, and back to the school house where we held another meeting, after which we went home...
Sun. June 25, 1905: Ther. Warm Pleasant. Wea. Clouds. Staid and rested my feet today at Mr. Harden’s. wrote several letters. Recd. a letter from Jake yesterday, he is at Soda Springs, Idaho herding sheep for B.F. Saunders. Mr. Harden killed a...
Sat. July 22, 1905: Ther. Slightly cooler, Wea. Mostly cloudy. Worked around east and south of Frederick, took dinner with E.A. Nay. and were entertained for the night by B.F. Stephens, just south of the township line one mile east of the west...
Names and addresses: February 1905. 24- J.D. Barnes 25- Jesse E. Locker 26- John Callan 27- B.S. Moore B.F. Moore Duke 28- F.M. Sollee Wilmoth or Duke March- 1905. 1- J.F. Lawson, 3- Thos. J. Cox 3- H.F. Duncan James S. Ayers Wilmoth. ...