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    • Page 170

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    • to provide the needed protection for the settlers. This required many hours of labor. It was a City Ordinance that 'Wo person or persons shall cut or make any hole or doorway through the wall of this Fort without making a door or shutter, bullet...
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    • Oct. 17. 1985 . . . Conrad Hatch made a motion to adopt an agreement with I . C . P . A . to p r e s e n t a proposal for a n alternate power system. Shaun McLeroy was t h e winner of t h e City Flag contest. Nov. 5. 1985.. .Tabulation of election...
    • Page 159

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    • tion at hand, they turned their efforts to the possibility of underground water. In 1915 the! hired a professio~mlwell driller from California by the name of Hal-ry Paine. He sct up a big steam rig and dug an 800 foot hole near the hotel location,...
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    • same age as he was and sometimes people thought they were twins. Heaton was very dark-complexioned and Frank was quite light for a Mexican. At first, Frank worked for fifty cents a day, but eventually worked for room and board and went to school to...
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    • THE POTENTIALLY BRIGHT FUTURE OF RADIO 172 18. What has been the impact from internal technology; Automation, satellite, syndication. (And) 19. What has been the impact from impact from external Internet technology: Internet, Podcasts, and...
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    • Physician & Patient Communication 85 basically, running their own business. It is clear that financial issues can play a role in doctor/patient communication, especially when those issues involve a small, physician managed clinic. The pirates life...
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    • that day, Tuesday, to take all the guns and amrnunition. The Bishop hoped to get us away before they came. They had made brags to get the guns and then they would kill the men and do as they pleased with the women and children. Everyone was at the...
    • 1908, cash account Aug 23

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    • Cash Account. August.: Received. Paid. Developer G. Cramer .40 2 pr cloth gloves F.P. .30 Beef. M Stout 2.50 “ Leo A. Snow 5.00 “ C. Petty 5.00 “ D.W. Lemmon B. Dalton and Oscar Russell 12.50 .70 [Mon. Aug. 24] 24th J. Jennings Went...
    • 1901, Jan 3

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    • Thurs. Jan. 3, 1901: Ther. Cold South wind, Wea. Ptly Cloudy, We stopped for breakfast at Short Creek. chopped a hole in the ice and watered the teams at the lake, filled our kegs at Kane Beds then came back about three miles to Crapper’s camp....
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    • General wiu cxaruiuir~g title to pass on the sale, he found the restrict11e tion in the abstract. As soon as the descendants of Lehi heard of the discrepancy, they simply signed the property over to the college as a donation. In 1923, the railroad...
    • 1904, Mar 4

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    • Fri. Mar. 4, 1904: Ther. Cool wind., Wea. Ptly. cldy. Watered at the Clay hole wash three or four mi. above the road Camped by the rocky ridge north-west of our last night camp. 25) Saturday 5: Ther. frosty last-night., Pleasant. Wea. Thin clds....
    • 1904, Mar 7

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    • Mon. Mar. 7, 1904: Ther. Warm., Wea. Thin clouds We took the sheep back to water again, but it is so muddy and filthy they won’t drink much. Robert Cox is with us tonight he bedded his herd out a short distance. 27) Tuesday 8: Ther. Cooler.,...
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    • Sec. 5. . . T h e polls t o be open from seven to ten o'clock, morning, a n d from three to s i x , afternoon. April 7 . 1855.. .An Ordinance relative to building o r repairing the City Wall: Be i t ordained by t h e City Council of Cedar City t h...
    • Page 155

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    • 147 TESSA'S GROUNDING Ml ..~ 1Ou.ll. to~.oo lit".... yoo ~_ ",I»> Ill> abQuI.~ .u.lTnsa·~ I1'IllIhoT Ten.. ~""'" all righl She had l..~en lhr ear 10 ....ColfaJl, ",n""", l'I'.m",1Ofl GetunJ W sp«dmJ lIe~CI only 1t1
    • 1904, Mar 13

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    • Sun. Mar. 13, 1904: Ther. Cold south wind., Wea. Thin clds. Warmer changable wind., Herded around near the Cutler Pockets. 30) Monday 14: Ther. Cool wind., Wea. Thin clds. Watered at the Clay hole wash above the road. The water is so near gone...

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