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    • 1915 37

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    • To Martha, When She and Rass Quit I saw them oft before As they passed by the door, And again, Their merry tones resound As they wander all around Through the lane. They say that in their prime They were together all the time~ Put it down. Not a...
    • 1916 103

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    • Copyri::ht Hart Schaffner &Marx Wear the Varsity Fifty-Five lrj: you want to be a little ahead of all the J other young men, when it comes to style in clothes, we arthen ew V A R SIT Y FIFTY-FIVE, made by Hart Schaffner C§f Marx. Here's a...
    • 1905, Feb 16

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    • Thurs. Feb. 16, 1905: Ther. Thawing. Wea. Thin clds. We rode to Russell with Mr. Hillaker then walked south to Coralea, went east two miles and a half mile south staid with E.G. Nelson till evening accompanied him about two miles south-west to sit...
    • 1905, Apr 9

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    • Sun. April 9, 1905: Ther. Warm sultry. Wea. Thin clds. S.W. wind. Elder Stewart is too sick to sit up or travel today. so we staid with Mr. Bone the folks treated us very kindly. 96) (3
    • 1905, Apr 11

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    • Tues. April 11, 1905: Ther. Cold north wind. Wea. Cloudy. Walked over to the Post Office and store twice today, to post mail and get medicine for Elder Stewart, he is in bed again today. altho he has not had his chill he is too sick to sit up or...
    • 1905, Dec 2

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    • Sat. Dec. 2, 1905: Ther. Cold Wea. Clear, I half soled my shoes this fore-noon. helped haul kaffin corn after dinner. The day has been cold and raw. a fire is a fine thing to sit by 178) (3
    • 1905, Dec 28

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    • Thurs. Dec. 28, 1905: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clear- We went out and picked cotton, boll’s and all. the folks are in a hurry to get it out of the field before bad weather sets in then they can sit by the stove and pick it out. 178) (3
    • Page 143

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    • that I wished for the brethren to run with buckets, which they immediately did. Thinking it wisdom to go and see Chief Walker the while, I did so When I first entered his tent, which was very extensive and an excellent one, he shook hands with me...
    • Page 272

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    • place, during which time 1 have never felt to tum back or regret the step 1 have taken. Since this Church was organizer;, relentless persecution has followed the Saints. The present 'Cullom's Biii' brings a passage of scripture forcibly to my mind...
    • Page 273

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    • honored and revered by our children, exalted above al1 other women. 1s this a state of slavery? If so, it is a very pleasant one. We have many privileges guaranteed unto us, one of which is the right to choose our husbands and, arnongst the many...
    • Page 348

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    • measles. While there, we boys learned how to make slat quail traps. Father bought us a sack of wheat for bait, and we climbed the sunny hillsides and found bare spots where the snow had melted 0% made a trail of wheat leading to the trap, then...
    • Page 456

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    • 'diamond hitch' on a pack when 1 was 14 years old and, naturally, those people didn't. So, we had quite a time moving that big outfit. In a few days things kind of moled down and we started on horseback for the United States. We delayed and stopped...
    • Page 173

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    • lights were out for a time and they were very happy to sit around in the dark and enjoy the inactivity.'" Many prominent citizens were on the subscription list for stock in the Dixie Power Co., in amounts varying from $100.00 to $1,000.00 or 10...
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    • Mesia went back to Salt Lake in the fall and continued teaching school at the B.Y.U. during the winter of 191 1 and 1912. Henry came up to see her just once that winter. She was living with an aunt and an uncle, and Henry said there were so many...
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    • Coalville Roots ]ohn wrote: These are m y baby pictures. Dad would look at them and say "Booty Shood." That was the pet baby name he applied to me. I am not sure how the name "Booty Shood" originated. I do know that when I was old enough to begin...

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