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    • Page 404

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    • in his nation, unmolested, with our families. Included in each box was one of Aunt Sarah's (as she was known) cheeses.' Parley wrote the following about his memories of the Spencer Ranch: Mother had been losing so many cows, she said she would se11...
    • 1900, cash account 11

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    • Cash Account. June.: Date. Received. Paid. 11 loaned to S.K. Crawford, 40.50 Oct 31st. Paid 10.00 Nov 16th “ Cow) 20.00 For the six mouths ending June 30th 1900. Recd. & spent. 93.90 52.09 52.09 Gain ---41.81
    • 1899, May 22

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    • Mon. May 22, 1899: Ther. warmº., Wea. hazy, light clouds, Jake plowed in corn most all day. I fixed the lower partition fence also the outside fence a little. I promised R.B. Moncur 7 steers at $16.25 per head. $113.75 Tuesday 23: Ther. warmº.,...
    • 1899, May 25

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    • Thurs. May 25, 1899: Ther. warmº., Wea. clear most of day. We went and skinned a cow below Hack’s Canyon also skinned the one we brought down yesterday, and sold them to Rob Moncur @ $1.00 each Rob paid for steers $113.75/100 Friday 26: Ther....
    • 1900, cash account 21

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    • Cash Account. December.: Date. Received. Paid. November carried over from Nov. 18.50 24.59 13 for electric belt J.R.C. 1.00 13 Vest 1.25 13 Arithmetic .50 13 Donation for Cale ail .25 16 Cow of S.K.C. 20.00 21 S.R. & Co. .85 24 Wholesale...
    • 1901, cash account 20

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    • Cash Account. December.: Date. Received. Paid. 2nd To M.W. & Co., 11.60 9th E. Farns for photos. .60 9” for piece of washer. 1.00 13” Hat 1.75 16” S.S. nickel fund. .05 20 2 years old Steer 19.15 20 Cow of M.E.G. 20.00 20 presented to...
    • 1898, Feb 26

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    • Sat. Feb. 26, 1898: Wea. Clear & beautiful Hauled manure to the garden patch and worked on the cow correl. Sunday 27: Ther. warm Wea. Clear I went to Grafton and attended meeting there. then came to the night meeting at Springdale.
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    • Lehi M. was old enough to be able to round the cows into the corral and the girls helped with the milking. Every two or three days, a new cow was hrought in to be h~uken milk. Henrietta would rope the cow and to tie her to a post and proceed to...
    • 1927 159

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    • John: "What's the matter with Thurman's eye?" Carl: "He picked a fight with( a fellow yesterday." S John: "Is he looking for a fight to- § day?" ,y Carl: "Not out of that eye." | ,$• Two students were arrested for steal-ing. One had stolen a...
    • Page 440

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    • one-half to Eva. in the Sheep Association, one-half to Florence, one-haif to Violet. in the Equitable to Maude individuaily. With regard to the furniture, 1 desire it to be divided between my eight children as the three boys think best, but want...
    • Page 180

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    • "The old-time cowhand lived in the saddle. He was strictly a riding man, and detested walking even for short distances. The true cowboy's life, with its hardships, isolation and dangers, developed all the sterner qualities to a high degree." "On a...
    • 1912, Jan 7

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    • Sun. Jan. 7, 1912: Ther. cool Wea. cloudy I caught a Lynx-Cat this morning. Went to town too late for meeting. Monday 8: Ther. Colder Wea. Clear cloudy 9-30 P.M. Hauled some bean vines over for cow feed. Re-Set and baited traps this evening.
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    • about Sarah. He said, "You just go and te11 her to come back. We're not a-going to hurt her. She doesn't need to fear anything. There isn't a Mexican in this country who would harm your mother in any shape or form. When you get out there, you te11...
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    • drive the herd another twenty miles to Dublan to load them on the train. That night &er the cattle were loaded, the cow hands had a miserable night's rest after they gathered up al1 they had with them and climbed into a box car half loaded with...
    • 1899, Nov 30

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    • Thurs. Nov. 30, 1899: Ther. warm., Wea. light string clouds. Thanks giving day. chopped posts again below L.M. brought back jag of hay. Wm L. Crawford, Copenhagen, Utah. Friday, Dec. 1: Ther. warm. windy Wea. clear Dan & I went and got the...
    • 1899, Dec 3

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    • Sun. Dec. 3, 1899: Ther. cold., Wea. cloudy am. clear pm. (Fast Day) Dan & I started home via Bullock trail on foot driving a cow & calf they got away at Rock Canyon. we came on home. Sammy got here just ahead of us. Monday 4: Ther. 34´., 54....
    • 1914, May 25

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    • Mon. May 25, 1914: Ther. Warm- Wea. Clouds- Wind, Smoky. Finished planting beans, also planted little white cow peas. Went to the flanigan field. Tuesday 26: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Ptly Cldy At home with a lame back, cant do much. Marion Stout &...
    • 1899, cash account 4

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    • Cash. Account. May.: Date. Received. Paid. 2nd Sugar 1.00 “ jumper .50 “ Rat trap .25 5th 3 milk pans .25 “ lasso. 40 ft. .45 8” for Pocket knife .35 13 “ milk strainer .15 “ “ 2 papers soda @ .10 .20 “ “ seed corn...
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    • Treasurer. City Manager Perry reported that a toilet could be installed in the City Jail for about $100. Motion by Fred L. Biederman that the City Manager be authorized to have this done. Carried. May 3, 1930.. .The matter of assuring Dixie Power...

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