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    • Page 188

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    • conditions under which Mrs. Bell would present the said hearse to the City were: a shed or some suitable building be provided by the City for its care and protection, and that i t be used for rich and poor alike and not for any financial gain....
    • Page 189

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    • condition of reservoir and decided that i t best to connect our system with water tanks to be used until the City i s in a condition to build a new reservoir. Also favored building a new reservoir separate and apart from the present one. Mr. S. C ....
    • Page 190

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    • Supervisor. Samuel F . Leigh to be Watermaster and Supervisor. Pay for Marshal and Watermaster--$720 p e t year. Samuel C. Bell's petition for the privilege of running a Pool Hall on Main Street was denied. Decided t h a t the Council March 11....
    • Page 192

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    • Herbert Haight. J. Wesley Barton, Webster were appointed a s 4th of July appropriated for the celebration. and Ada Wood Committee. $25 June 11, 1912.. .On motion Councilman Higbee, the Sinking Fund of $1614.34 was transferred to the General Fund....
    • Chapter 20 - Page 145

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    • Lehi and Henrietta buy Chafin Ilanch. Interrsting experiences with cattle and sheep. Characteristics of Lehi and Henrietta. Henry goes o n a mission. New Castle Reclamation Co. established. Reservoir at GIXSValley and New Castle Irrigation Cn....
    • 1910, page 198

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    • 31 Days December 1910: S 4 got to Lund and unloaded. M 5 clouds, Loaded up, came back to Reservoir, below Iron Spring. T 6 came back to Kanarra. W 7 Camped on Laverkin creek. Th 8 Went to Hurricane then home. F 9 Went to town to day a little...
    • Page 155

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    • with John L. Sevy, who had seen them and asked for a ride back to Cedar City that night. He and Mr. Sevy traveled up the canyon from Newcastle past Castle Ranch and on to Irontown and then past Woolsey's Ranch to Cedar City. It took them most of...
    • Page 156

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    • GRASS VALLEY, UTAH (Location T38S R14W SLBM) The "Grass Valley Creek Dam" is located in the right and center of the picture. The Pine Valley Mountains are in the back ground. Capacity of reservoir 26,650 Ac. Ft. The drainage canal through the...
    • Page 157

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    • 1. There was not adequate funds and financing for such an extensive project. 2. There were many time-consunling law suits involvillg water rights. Moreover, "the general Land Office made an adverse report on the New Castle Reclamation Co. in the...
    • 1903, Apr 3

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    • Fri. April 3, 1903: Ther. Cool, east breeze., Warmer., Wea. String clds. We moved down the valley nearly north along west of a small ridg near the reserve camped in the first patch of cedars, nearly west of the Heaton Knolls. 51) Saturday 4: Ther....
    • Page 165

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    • Bids were let out for the construction of these tunnels which were to be six feet in diameter and four feet high. Men who worked on the canal received a wage of $2.00 per day and they were paid $1.50 per day for a team of horses. Another bid was...
    • Page 486

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    • Parowan's a n d Cedar's electric lighting systems were established about the same time, during the years of 1910. Parowan's system is owned and controlled by the City. I t i s now on a paying basis and is probably one of the most successful...
    • Illustration Index - Page 503

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    • ILLUSTRATION INDEX Adams, John V. Anderson, Arnold E. Arthor, Christopher J. Broadbent, Dr. L. Verl Cage, Steel (Jail) Cedar City, 1958 (Aerial) Cedar City, 1982 (Aerial) Cedar City Cemetery Cedar City Hall Cedar City, Knoll Looring South from...
    • Page 506

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    • Parade in Cedar City After h'orld Iiar I Parade on Main Street Soldier's Day, May 21, 1919 Presidential Train President Warren '. Hardinq, 1923 2 Sewer Trenches Public Works Prowct, 1934 Sawyers, Sherrell V. (Jack) Swapp, Archibald Sximming...
    • 1903, Jun 4

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    • Thurs. June 4, 1903: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds, Cloudy light sprinkle. The sheep are trying their best to go east today. Got them on the ridge north-east of camp. 76) Friday 5: + Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Partly cloudy. sprinkle James and I were...
    • 1903, Jun 8

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    • Mon. June 8, 1903: + Ther. Cool., Wea. Mostly Cloudy Thunder showers, Moved about half-way to the other camp put my camp under a pine near the upper reservoir, John J. moved the camp he is on his way home from Marysvale. Left the sheep up the ridg...
    • Page 512

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    • Cedar City Police Force, 46, 362 Cedar City PoDulation, 468 (i8801, (also refer to Cedar City Census) Cedar City Power Board, Task Force, etc., (refer to Power Board, Power Task Force, etc.) Cedar City Publlc Library, 331. 339, 348, (also refer to...
    • Page 513

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    • Center Street, 49 Centrum, 465, 466 Chaffin's Mill, 70, 112, 182 Chaffin, George, 78 Chaffin, H., 41 Chaffin, John R., 68, 78, 94, 111, 117 Chaffin, Louis R , 34 (Justice), . 38, 48, 49, 56, 60, 61, 64, 68, 71, 78 Challls, Thomas A , 432, 448, 501...
    • Page 255

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    • take charge of all concrete work. Forms were not feasible because there was nothing to brace to; consequently, the walls were placed with a rather d r y mix, riither than poured. The first water turned into the reservoir c:aused a crack and a...

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