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    • Page 173

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    • lights were out for a time and they were very happy to sit around in the dark and enjoy the inactivity.'" Many prominent citizens were on the subscription list for stock in the Dixie Power Co., in amounts varying from $100.00 to $1,000.00 or 10...
    • Page 227

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    • Claim of Dixie Power Company for installing underground lighting system for 53,038.92 was allowed. Motion Councilman Pace that the Committee on Streets confer with the Telephone Company Board, o r i t s President. and make formal demand t h a t...
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    • Dec. 16. 1920.. .Marshal Nelson asked permission to purchase bedding, stove pipe, and bucket for the City Jail. Jan. 7 . 1921.. .Resolutions passed by various civic and Council members to inforce the ordinance in regard to sanitation, the dog...
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    • The question of appropriating funds for the construction of a new bridge over Coal Creek and repairing the road leading up the Canyon was considered. Deferred. Nov. 1 7 , 1921 ...City Council met in adjourned meeting as a Board of canvassers, and...
    • 1905, summary of cash account

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    • Summary of Cash Account.: Received. Paid. stamps used during 1st 6 mos. of year $2.96 other expenses 53.99 Total $56.95 Jan. .50 4.00 Feb. .10 6.15 Mar. .70 7.80 Apr. 1.00 6.06 May. 5.50 18.95 June. 34.40 11.03 Last half of year $2.93....
    • 1905, bills payable 3

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    • Bills Payable. November.: Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. Nov. 14th S.R. & Co. small congress pocket knife .75 Army socks .26 Yankee shaving soap .08 army & navy glue .04 postage .17 1.30 W.L.C. Dec. 1, 1905. hand stamps 3 lines .30 Little Gem...
    • Page 188

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    • necessity of having a full attendance of children and grown people at conference next Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 18-19. . . . . Conference - U.T. Jones released as Stake President. Oct. 20, 1909. . . L. W. Jones said he had been very much...
    • 1905, memoranda 6

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    • Memoranda.: Sept. 1, 1905. In debt to the office $10.50. 4-Paid-check 12.50 “ Drawn- 3.00 Oct. 1.41 (10-16) $10.00 23 Cash- 20.00 Nov. -15.10 Dec. 6.05 35.06 42.50 36.06 at K.C. Dec. 31st 6.44 10.50 3.00 1.41 15.10 6.05 36.06
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    • As Bert walked back down town, he and Ann Jones, who was on her way home from school where she taught, passed each other. Both turned back at the same time to look, each interested in this new penon. Bert lived with the Joneses for the rest of the...
    • 1898, Dec 1

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    • Thurs. Dec. 1, 1898: Ther. warmerº., Wea. clear and beautiful, a few light clouds going east in the afternoon. We choped timber on the hill to the north west of the field today. Friday 2: Ther. colder., Wea. light clouds going S. cold N. wind...
    • 1903, Dec 1

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    • Tues. Dec. 1, 1903: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clear, David W. Lemmon and I came out to the herds to release John Ruesch and James Crawford. 130) Wednesday 2: + Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Thin clds. Breeze from west., Jim left here for home about noon. John...
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    • Jones, Lehi W. Jones, Thomas Jedediah Jones, Uriah T. Knell lock Building Kopp's Garage "The First Fire Truck" L Leigh Building "The Leigh Block Burns" Leigh, Daniel T. Leigh, Henry Leigh, William H. Linford, Robert H. Library, City and County...
    • 1898, Dec 3

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    • Sat. Dec. 3, 1898: Ther. freezing. cold, Wea. bright, clear, breeze from South clouds in south same as yesterday. few clouds going east about noon. We went up Hack’s Canyon to see if we could find some (pine) shed poles they were all to big and...
    • 1903, Dec 3

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    • Thurs. Dec. 3, 1903: -+ Ther. Cool north breeze. Wea. Clear. Watered at the old place and came back again to my last nights camp. There was ice in my wash dish when I came in this evening, it has been too cold to thaw during the day. 133) Friday...
    • 1898, Dec 5

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    • Mon. Dec. 5, 1898: Ther. cold, Wea. dark hazy clouds. We concluded not to thresh the wheat so we came back over to Uncle Crisses ranch got there about noon. Father & I chopped posts the rest of the day, Jim went up to Rob’s ranch and got his cow....
    • 1903, Dec 5

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    • Sat. Dec. 5, 1903: -+ Ther. Cold Wind., Wea. Clear. Herded along the ridge towards Kane Beds, or north of Pine spring. 134) Sunday 6: -+ Ther. Cold & windy., Wea. Thin clouds Back to the other camp. I observed the fast till nearly noon, then...
    • 1898, Dec 7

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    • Wed. Dec. 7, 1898: Ther. warm after sun rise., Wea. white string clouds going east. moved back to the Little Meadow and put in our time cutting fencing. Thursday 8: Ther. cold northeast wind., Wea. clouds going [south slowly]. We chopped posts...
    • 1903, Dec 7

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    • Mon. Dec. 7, 1903: -+ Ther. Cold., Warmer Wea. Clear 12-45 pm just arrived at the river with the herd have been driving for the last two hours. 2-05 pm leaving again. 3 pm at top of hill. At camp 5-45 by hard driving.133) Tuesday 8: Ther. Cool &...

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