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    • 1903, May 19

    • 1903, May 19
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    • Tues. May 19, 1903: + Ther. Cold wind, Wea. Thin clds. Pleasant in middle of day. The sheep went back nearly to our old camp last night, while they were coming back this morning we carried rest of the camp down. We split the herd and James took one...
    • 1912, Feb 20

    • 1912, Feb 20
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    • Tues. Feb. 20, 1912: Ther. Pleasant, Wea. Clouded up this evening. Mending brakes in the Pine Creek Ditch finished scraping the ditch bank off along the ditch bank above the Point for Father. Wednesday 21: Ther. Cold-Wind-Clouds Building Pig Pens...
    • 1905, Jan 30

    • 1905, Jan 30
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    • Mon. Jan. 30, 1905: Ther. Cold wind from south-east Wea. Cloudy Mist. We went back to Blake got our mail then went north worked thru the brakes. took dinner with Mr. Odell worked west past Hyte, were entertained by Ed. Lott one half mile north of...
    • 1905, Jan 31

    • 1905, Jan 31
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    • Tues. Jan. 31, 1905: Ther. Cold Wea. Mist or rain, N.E. wind. Canvassed thru the brakes, took dinner with Will Kennedy worked south-west got supper with Mr. Cole half mile east of the W.C. school house, recd. entertainment with John Morrell, a...
    • 1905, Mar 11

    • 1905, Mar 11
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    • Sat. Mar. 11, 1905: Ther. Cool Wea. Cloudy We all spent the day together out in the brakes. Elder DeWitt went to Greer and got our mail this afternoon, after which he and President Tingey left us and went east. we walked a short distance to a half...
    • 1905, Mar 12

    • 1905, Mar 12
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    • Sun. Mar. 12, 1905: Ther. Cool., Wea. Cloudy., We attended a meeting at the Dugout school house, heard a little talk from a Baptist preacher on modern revelation etc. We staid in the dugout till 5 pm then took the east section line and walked south...
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    • Page 11
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    • dirt . . . which every man is said to eat in his lifetime. It filled our eyes too, and our ears, and our nostrils. It was in the food; it sprinkled the pancakes; it was in the syrup that we poured over them. Half suffocated were we by it, during...
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    • Page 82
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    • the purpose of this story, just a few points will be noted. The great majority went to work in earnest and a good healthy Christian atmosphere prevailed in the camp. The Sabbath was observed at all times and under all conditions. Every evening...
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    • Page 110
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    • ED. GROUSE SHOE SHOP LATEST MODEL OF SHOE REPAIRING Machinery enables us to have a maximum output, combined with most efficient labor, at the minimum of expense. Therefore our prices are right and our work is the best. If you live out of town, send...
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    • Page 110
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    • FOR LOW COST—COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE-TRY CHEVROLET FIRST Knee Action — Hydraulic Brakes — Shock Proof Steering — Turret Top Complete Line of Genuine Accessories SERVICE MIIfflMESF PARTS BRADSHAW CHEVROLET COMPANY CEDAR CITY, UTAH OLDSMOBILE...
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    • Page 78
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    • Hahne, Hamilton, and Pryor do their "paper work" ENGINEERS Remember the little men that we used to see running around the campus with plumb lines, and tran-sits, and surveyor's instruments of all sorts, industriously surveying the college? We...

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