"He was a strange Indian and wore a Navajo blan-ket. Brother Allred took his horse with the Indian sad-dle and bridle rope and came home, arriving here on Sun-day, evening at 9:00 p.m. The Indian had marked his trail all along and is very likely...
1910-11 --D. 1. Frazer, mayor; Aubrey F. Tolton, Joseph F. Gillies, S'. L Tanner, Oliver Ashworth and Ebenezer Gillies; councilmen; Elizabeth Fotheringham, re-corder... Sidewalks paved in Districts Nos. 2 and 3. Fran-chisegranted to Harry. S....
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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.
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Riding, John Panguitch, Garfield, County
Rickards, Julia Cedar City, Iron County
Root, Pratt "
Sevy, Milton H Panguitch, Garfield County
Sohoppmann, Eugene Cedar City, Iron County
Smith, R. V Salt Lake City, Utah ...
Fletcher, John Cannonville
Higbee, Gwendolin Cedar City
Jones, Cora Cedar City
Jones, Irene Cedar City
Leigh, Webster Cedar City
Lambson, Emma Circleville
Schmutz, Donald New Harmony
Bleak, Blanche Paragonah...
FOUR YEAR NORMAL SCHOOL.
Winnifred Corry, Cedar City Seymour McAllister, Kanab
Thella Church, Panguitch Irvine McQuarrie, St. George
Sherman Cooper, Washington Caesar Myers, Panguitch
Fred Fawcett, St....
Bergstrom, Jacob Cedar City
Bulloch, Alice Cedar City
Canfield, Irene Cedar City
Decker, Vivian Cedar City
Eatough, Ora Watson Cedar City
Hallman, John H Cedar City
Heyborne, Tillie Cedar City
Hunter, Mattie Cedar...
Webster, Annette, Cedar City Utah
Webster, Cathie, Cedar City Utah
Wilkinson, Janie, Cedar City Utah
Williamson, Clara, Paragoonah Utah
Wimmer, Warren, Parowan Utah
Winsor, Leon, St. George Utah
Wood, Blanche, Cedar City Utah
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R. H. Walker
Dean, School of
W. L. Wanlass
Dean, ScKool of
N. A. Pedersen Christine B. Clayton Ernest A. JacoKsen
Adamsville boasted a store owned and operated by John F. Jones. It was fairly well stocked. He accepted butter and eggs in trade for merchandise. Since Adamsville was close to Beaver, many families made weekly trips to the stores there for a more...