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Hunter, Euphamia Cedar City, Iron Co.
Isom, Annie May Virgin City, Washington Co.
Isom, Kate Vilate "
Jones, Lamoni Lunt Cedar City, Iron Co.
Linder, John "
Lungren, Mrs. Gurli "
Pace, William H...
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Haight, Horton Cedar, Iron Co.
Middleton, Kate Cedar, Iron Co.
Pace, William H New Harmony, Washington, Co.
Platt, Maria Pinto, Washington Co.
Redd, Vilo Juarez, Mexico.
Robb, James Paragoonah, Iron Co.
Sun. Feb. 8, 1903: Ther. Cold., Wea. Blustry snow Moved about two miles north across the flat. The snow is beginning to bother our eyes whenever we have a clear day. 22) Monday 9: Ther. Cold., Wea. Clear. We counted and found that we were short...
Sat. June 20, 1903: + Ther. Warm., Wind. Wea. Thin clds. If the Devil hasn’t got a lot of his imps tabernacled in these cursed wool pelts, I don’t know what is wrong with them. 79) Sunday 21: Ther. Warm., Wind. Wea. Thin clouds. Israel Esplin...
Sun. May 3, 1903: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Ptly. Cloudy, I came down the hill near monument knoll. Joseph Heaton was in the flat with his sheep just below the knoll, he is going to dip tomorrow. 65) Monday 4: Ther. Warm., Wea. Partly Cloudy We don’t...
Sat. Sept. 12, 1903: Ther. Cold wind., Wea. thin clouds, The spout at the corral trough at Rubes ranch was covered with icycles this morning. Back into the Muddy again, camped at the first forks above the upper fence. Got dinner at Rex Brown’s...
Sun. Jan. 22, 1905: Ther. Cold Wea. misty & Cloudy, Walked north two and one half and one half mile east and staid with Mr. J.F. Williams, one half mile west of the Emmett s. house. The people of this house don’t seem to care if the dirt is an...
Tues. July 11, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. south wind Clear. Walked two miles south, then worked the line east, went in-to the next township, didn’t get any dinner, infact I don’t feel like I care for any, as I don’t feel any to hearty today,...
Tues. Mar. 19, 1912: Ther. Cool Wea. Rain We got Walter Ruesche’s sulky plow it don’t work right, stops lots. Wednesday 20: Ther. Cool Wea. rain P.M. plowing a little drove around awhile with my colt, went to town this morning.
Sat. June 20, 1914: Ther. Warm Wea. Ptly. Cldy. Got thirteen more rows of corn planted 42 rows now planted about 25 of them watered. Dan took the water tonight. Sunday 21: Ther. Warm Wea. clear At Home Mary has a swelling in her face, We don’t...
WE have appreciated and enjoyed a liberal amou,nt
of the students' p1atronage in the past and we
hope and in fact believe -tHe will be favored by a
similar or even better business in the future.
The reasons for this are:
ALEX G. MATHESON
ALBERT N. TOLLESTRUP.
Who, when the opera girl so meek
Forgets her lines and cannot speak,
Keeps swearing almostall the week?
RANDALL L. JONES, B. M. T.
Yes, Mr.· Jones is m,arried but he
sure don't act like it. When he's
"Domestic happiness, thou only
bliss of Paradise that hast survived
the fall." Mr. Janson is her favorite
teacher. Maybe she's got "designs"
on him-I don't know.
"They dream in courtship but in
S\ l.f I...
~S A SCHOOL we should patronize those nlerchants and business lnen A who have been loyal to us. If it were not for the support of our advertisers,
a Year Book would be practically witllout financial s~pport.
University of Utah.
Has made it possible
for us to double
the business of
any of our competitors.
Our business is
which denotes satisfi
ed custom ers.
'vVe don't cater
Soph: My stock in trade is brains.
Freshie : You've got a funny looking sample case.
The follo"wing was handed in on an examination paper
in American history:
General Braddock \vas killed in the Revolutionary
"Var. I-Ie had three horses shot...
Randall L. Jones
llIatrllmakrr anll3JtUtl'lrr CEDAR CITY CO·OP.
R. S. Gardner
Cedar City Utal1
Clocks and Jewelry of
all kinds. Fountain
Pens and Electric...
Cedar Bakery and
Headquarters for All Kinds of
Pastry, Bread and Pies
Harnesses and Saddlery goods made -for
service. No branded leather or sloppy work.
We also sell L,ap Robes, Navajo Saddle
Blankets, Whips, Harness Oil,...
1\1r. Homer (In Physiology): If I should stand on my
head, where would the blood of my body go?
Student: To your head.
Mr. Homer: All right, but why doesn't the blood go
to my feet now?
Student: Because there is something in your feet.
Betty has taken on the air of a married
man, but his hasty steps sure
Going to take out her M. D. (Mother's
Duties) degree this year.
Pessimists would laugh with "Fuzzy."