Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)--Buildings; Dwellings
Robert William Bullock home on Center Street (Canyon Road). First owned by Homer Duncan sold to Thomas Taylor. Two story part was moved in from Irontown. Duncan's son-in-law, Fisher, built the lower part. Rob Will bought from Taylor, all...
History of the B.A. C.
"GREAT thing have small beginnings." So it is written
in all the books, and so it repeats itself and is acted
out year after year in everything. The B. A. C. is
In 1913 the Legislature of the great State of Utah...
"'From every blush that kindles in
Ten thousand little loves and
To revel in the roses."
"His pencil was striking, resistless
His manners were gentle, compelling
FOUND IN EXAMINATION PAPERS.
Law of Conversation of matter.
The ea.rth is surrounded by fifty miles of gravity.
Lowell had many parents of culture on e,ach side.
Whittier was born on a farm all alone.
"You have a pretty tough-looking lot of...
GARAGE Wanted at the
Oil, Grease, Tires a.nd Accessories. Studebaker
Service Station,. Ford E,xtras and Accessories.
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A NEW EMERSON.
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$ "Say, Ross, what is...
Beggar Woman: "Can you help me
re-cover my child?"
Old Gent: "Is your child lost?"
Beggar Woman: "No, no. His
clothes are worn out."
Steam Heated Hot and Cold Water
When in Cedar City stop at the
A gentleman once asked a boy where
he was born.
Thompson, an engineer, who came originally from New York, told the people at this meeting that he could re-survey the town into blocks 24 rods square with streets 6 rods wide, including the sidewalks, and all could have a corner lot. His plan was...
Beaver tribe. Some of the tribe were in good standing with Beaver Adz and his father who had some influence. (Adz means bow and arrow.)
Beaver Adz was a good-looking Indian, when young, and often worked for the "Whites," before he was injured at...
the farm land for a reservoir site. Many families sold out and moved away to other counties. Adamsville lost many of its citizens. Since then its population has scattered far and wide. The school was closed and the students were transported by...
SOCIAL LIFE IN PIONEER DAYS
HOME DRAMATICS IN BEAVER
One of the first dramatic companies in Beaver was managed and sponsored by Robert Stoney and Henry Blackner. Jenny Harris and Sarah Ann Stoney, both talented and lovely young women,...
Keeseo arrived in Beaver, fine young men who might have done much good, but the natural aversion of the average young women to being assisted at childbirth by a man physician was as widespread and deep-seated among the early Mormons as if the...
WORLD WAR II Joseph Clyde Murdock, Alma Wayne Barton,* Norman Gerald Murdock, James Byron Blackner*, Elmer Murdock, West Barton, Ferrell Morris Scott, Ralph J. Walbeck,* Ralph Clifford Fordham, Morris Blackner, Joseph King Morris, ...
The first molasses mill was built in the street west of the school house, and was operated by Albert L. Stod-dard. Molasses took the place of sugar in those days.
The first school was held in "Grandma Corbridge's" house, located where...
Photos of Alonzo Colton, early pioneer; Abraham Wood, first white boy born in Minersville. Mary Ann Baker Wood; William Myers and Martha Ogden Myers, early pioneers; Mary E. Lightner, first Relief Society President, also early school teacher
Photos of Early Pioneers: First Row: Jane Ann Eyre, original pioneer, Susan Gallard Roberts, original pioneer, Vivian Rollins Marshall and son, Val, with six grandmothers, Rachel Marshall. Back Row: Laura Eyre Rollins, Rosena Rollins, first white...
morning. All the guests had escaped from the burning building and Mr. Forgie, clad only in his night robe, had reached the front porch when the cry of "Save David", his nine-year-old son, reached his ears. Little David had already escaped and was...