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    • 1915 97

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    • ADVERTISERS As a school we should patronize those merchants and business men who have been loyal to us. If it were not for th.e support of our ad­vertisers, a year-book would be practically without financial support Cedar Mercantile & Live Sto,ck...
    • 1916 105

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    • The Agricultural College of Utah Has a Reputation Unique in the West for Developing Leaders I ts graduates are directors of experin1ent stations or of extension divisions in I{ansas, v\.Tyc5rning, and New 1\1exico. They are filling a ,viele range...
    • 1930_all 6

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    • education should fit us into life, will-ing workers in its sometimes hard processes, patient in our search for its truths, avoiding vanity and the other hypocricies which, if they fasten themselves upon us, leave us hardly worth burying. Down...
    • 1927 155

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    • ^ ScKolarship THE scholarship of the Utah Agricultural College is unsur-passed by that of any other institution in Utah and is equalled by few institutions of higher learning in the West, as is evidenced by the following facts: 1. The Utah...
    • 1897, page 4

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    • Board of Regents. James Sharp, Salt Lake City. Frank Pierce, Salt Lake City. Waldemar Van Cott, Salt Lake City. Mrs. Emma McVicker, Salt Lake City. Isaac Smith, Logan. Mrs. R. E. Little, Salt Lake City. Joseph T....
    • 1904, page 4

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    • BOARD OF REGENTS. JAMES SHARP - - - Salt Lake City. FRANK PIERCE - - - - Salt Lake City. WALDEMAR VAN COTT - - Salt Lake City. MRS. EMMA J. MCVICKER - - Salt Lake City. MRS. REBECCA E. LITTLE - Salt Lake City. JOSEPH T....
    • 1904, bills payable 10

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    • Bills Payable. October.: Sears Roebuck & Co., May 24 .02 June 14 .02 July 6 .02 Aug. 8 .02 Oct. 24 c Byron Millett May 24 .02 The Corner Co., May 26 .02 June 20 .02 Attorney Ryan. May 31 .02 June 21 .02 Chas. Scribner’s Sons June 2 .02 ...
    • 1903, addresses 4

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    • Addresses.: T.D. Ganse 1545 Mich. Ave. Chicago, Ill. Logan Knitting Factory Logan, Utah. International Art Co., Dept. M. St. Charles, Ill. Brethern Publishing House Inglenook Elgin, Ill. The Erie Medical Co., Buffalo, N.Y. John M. Smyth Co.,...
    • 1903, letters 1

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    • Letters.: Rec’d. Name. Answered. 1-2 Browning Bros. 1-2+ 1-6+ 1-6,2 1-13+ 4-20 5-12+ Sears Roebuck 02 4-12 01 4-22 1-2 National Remedy Co., 1-6 Comfort Pub. Co., 3-25p 3-25p 3-25c 3-6 5-12p 5-12p 7-17c 7-19 7-27 M.W. & Co., .02 2-21. 02...
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    • Jan. 5 , 1933.. .The City Manager discussed the report received from L . A . Wilson which handled the question. "Why Cedar City should refuse to renew the electric power franchise?" Jan. 12, 1933.. .William J. McConnell and Henry Houchen filed a...
    • Page 315

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    • Jan. 22, 1942 ...John S. Woodbury. L. A . Burascano and Rulon Knell met with the Council concerning the right-of-way for an Avenue between Main Street and 1st East Street. They held that the safety of the community was a t stake because of the fire...
    • Page 384

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    • KUMEN S. GARDNER Biography 1900 - 1983 Kumen S. Gardner was born April 21, 1900, to Royal Joseph and Chloe Snow Gardner. He was born in the family home in Grass Valley, Washington County, Utah. During his childhood y e a r s , many summers were...
    • Page 485

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    • Herculean efforts of the people of Cedar, the f i r s t building, which is now the Library Building, was ready for school work by the fall of the second year. Some time in 1880, the grading on the railroad had begun, the Los Angeles and Salt Lake...
    • Page 238

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    • Many very important and far reaching decisions were made there. The front half of the second floor of the Tithing Office was fitted for a farnily's iiving quarters, while the rear haif, finished throughout in spotless white and equipped with an...
    • Page 325

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    • the principal rnining camps in the southern part of the Temtoiy, are almost at a standstiil, which creates somewhat of a money panic amongst us. Grain is unusualiy cheap; wheat, one dollar ten cents per 100 lbs; flour, from two dollars to two...

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