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    • 1901, addresses 1

    • 1901, addresses 1
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    • Addresses.: Wholesale Sup. Co., South Bend, Ind. Marion Esplin Kane Co., Orderville, Utah. Thos. Huff Improvement Era, 214-15 Templeton Bldg. Salt Lake City, Utah. Clay Engraving Co., P.O. Box 1220 Boston, Mass. Ohio Electric Works, Cleveland,...
    • 1901, letters 5

    • 1901, letters 5
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    • Letters.: Rec’d. Name. Answered. 5-31 1 S.L. C. 2 1 02 5.21 6-9 1 Bancroft 4 1 02 5-22 1 02 5-31 7-3 2 Henry 1 2 04 6-13 & 22 8-8 1 Soda Springs 2 04 7-4 & 18 9-10 3 2 04 8-3 & 19 9-28 1 Paragonah 3 2 04 9-1 & 16 10-16 1 1 02 10-4 10 12...
    • 1905, Feb 5

    • 1905, Feb 5
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    • Sun. Fri. 5, 1905: Ther. Cold and cloudy Wea. north wind. Cleared off. We staid with Mr. Yokum till nearly evening then worked north and west to Shrewder, were taken in by Thos. A. Newberry a bachelor, the merchant and post master of Shrewder. Fast...
    • 1905, Mar 2

    • 1905, Mar 2
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    • Thurs. Mar. 2, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. Light clds. We continued on west working a three mile strip as far as the Cottonwood Schoolhouse where we held a meeting this evening, the attendance was small. Went home with Thos. J. Cox about a half mile...
    • 1905, Mar 25

    • 1905, Mar 25
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    • Sat. Mar. 25, 1905: Ther. Warm., Wea. North wind T. clds. We went to Eldorado got our mail, also got our hair cut. Traveled north and west about twelve miles were entertained by Mr. Thos. M. Huffhines. just north of the bridge three miles north of...
    • 1905, Nov 8

    • 1905, Nov 8
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    • Wed. Nov. 8, 1905: Ther. Cool and threatening. Wea. Rain. Rain all afternoon Worked on to the Base line then east a mile the[n] south again, took dinner with Mr. R.S. Wofford on the first line south. It commenced to rain shortly after noon, we...
    • 1906, Feb 1 1905

    • 1906, Feb 1 1905
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    • Names and addresses: February 1905. 1- Geo. Thomason Reed 2- G.T. Vaught Russell 3- J.F. Newberry Shrewder O.T. 4- Mr. Chisum. supper Russell S.H. Yokum Bed. Shrewder. 5- Thos. A. Newberry Shrewder 6- S.A. Bentley Russell, 7-9- J.P....
    • 1906, Feb 24 1905

    • 1906, Feb 24 1905
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    • Names and addresses: February 1905. 24- J.D. Barnes 25- Jesse E. Locker 26- John Callan 27- B.S. Moore B.F. Moore Duke 28- F.M. Sollee Wilmoth or Duke March- 1905. 1- J.F. Lawson, 3- Thos. J. Cox 3- H.F. Duncan James S. Ayers Wilmoth. ...
    • 1906, Mar 15 1905

    • 1906, Mar 15 1905
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    • Names and addresses: March 1905. 15- Samuel Easley A.D. Shelton. 16- G. Myhand A.C. Boyett 17- L.O. Reeves Greer. Greer Co., 18- H.L. Tuggle Loaney 19- J.H. Bluhm Greer. 20- Mr. McKenney 21- W.R.P. Pool Loaney 22- Mr. Baldwin 23- Jos....
    • 1906, Feb 17 1906

    • 1906, Feb 17 1906
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    • Names and addresses: Temple Oklahoma, Sat. Feb. 17. 1906 17 to 22. Robt Reed 23. A.H. Collins, John Yokel the German Holiness Preacher 7 mi. west and 2 south of Comanche. R.F.D. 2 Ind. Ter. 24-26- R. Reed. 27- Geo. Sharp 28- Pugh Boys- night...
    • 1906, June 8 1906

    • 1906, June 8 1906
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    • Names and addresses: [190]6 Friday June 8- Hotel Salt Lake City 74 E. 1st S. St. 9- Bro. J.S. Lindsay Taylorsville., Utah. 10- Salt Lake City to Lund- 11. Bro. Thos. J. Jones Cedar City, Utah 12- Geo. H. Isom Virgin City, Utah 13 J.T. Hall...
    • 1906, account 1

    • 1906, account 1
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    • 1910 1910 Mr. Hinton peas .30 Mrs. Wilson “ .20 “ Witwer “ .20 Amos Workman ” .40 “ “ onion seed .10 A.F. Stout Jr. “ “ .10 “ “ “ peas .10 J.L. Workman “ .40 Richard Isom “ .20 Myra Lemmon “ .20 “ “ onion...
    • 1906, account 2

    • 1906, account 2
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    • Bal. f[rom previous] page 1.25 G.F. Campbel[l peas] .20 “ “ “ onion .10 Thos. Isom peas .40 Ellen Spendlove “ .40 M. DeMill “ .25 Jesse “ “ .20 sent home 2.80 Ralph Campbell .20 onion .10 A.L. Hall peas .20 Alice Spendlove...
    • Page 183

    • Page 183
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    • Jan. 5, 1911. . .After an extensive discussion, it was the unanimous opinion of the Council t h a t the Board of Health be sustained in closing of all public gatherings. March 3, 1911...The matter of right-of-way and locating grounds for the...
    • Page 208

    • Page 208
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 3, 1916.. .Present: Mayor Leigh, Councilmen--Higbee, Lunt, Williams, Pace, and Mayor-Elect T . J . Jones. Claims and reports were presented a s follows: S . J . Foster, bond of E. H . Macfarlane 576.00...

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