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    • Page 149

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    • Legion. The escort arrived at Governor Young's at 9:00 a.m. and everyone saluted him at the west door of his mansion as he appeared on the steps.' The residents of Cedar City held their own celebration and Henry wrote the following about the...
    • Page 150

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    • it for tea and tobacco. Henry and Brother Carmthers gave him what he asked for. A few days before, John D. Lee and Charles Dalton and their wives had brought thirteen cheeses to Henry for the Iron Works. The charge was 25 cents per pound.6 As...
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    • Compliments to the B.A.C. from MILNE TRUCK LINES Daily Service between Salt Lake and Cedar City "SHIP BY TRUCK" C E N T E R G R O C E R Y Thrifty students buy tneir groceries from tne nearest store to school at reasonable prices. West-Center Cedar...
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    • P a g e | 96 PASSBOOK, CUT TO UBUNTU criticize the unfair abuser, she would scold me, with large white eyes, and say that it was not the right thing to do. She said that I should always remember that I must choose the right thing regardless of what...
    • 1901, cash account 10

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    • Cash Account. May.: Date. Received. Paid. 9.11 .59 9.70 20 Shingle & shave .75 “ pepain gum .05 21st 3 Bananas .05 21 Telescope Box 1.00 “ pencils & envelops .10 “ candy, nuts etc. .35 “ from B.T.S. to be paid back 2.50 22...
    • 1910, page 180

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    • 31 & 31 Days July-Aug. 1910: S 31 Sick- Went up to Sulphur laid in shade all day. M August 1 am too sick to work to-day. Wm Ruesch is looking after the ditch T 2 Cut my lucern in the field. W 3 raked it and Cut that in the lot. Th 4 Back on...
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    • 2 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect The pioneer settlement of Coalville was first called Chalk Creek, after a stream that watered the area, but when coal was discovered on the townsite the name was changed. John grew up on stories passed down...
    • Page 138

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    • instructions as to the hatching, feeding and rearing of silkworms. They looked just about likc celcry seeds. Every morning, Ann and Henrietta went ahout a 1)lock away to gather mulberry leaves from the trees that were growing thcrc. T h e Mulberry...
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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....
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    • The Human Element 49 stopped seeking employment, students, stay-at-home parents and retirees). Forty-one-point-two percent of adult Ninth Warders, 51.8 percent of New Orleanians, and 59.7 percent of Americans are employed. Six-point-five percent of...
    • 1901, bills payable 1

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    • XBills Payable. January.: Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. 3069 Clay Engraving Co., of 1220 Boston, Mass. will make a half tone cut 1 ½ x 2 in for .50 cts any subject. will send sample picture for stamp. Ad. in American Boy July 1900. Receivable.:...
    • Page 166

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    • that time. The following account was taken from the minutes of the meetings: The first session was held at 11:OO a.m. and present of the Twelve were Elders Erastus Snow and Franklin D. Richards. The Presidency of the Stake was J. C. L. Smith, John...
    • 1910, page 194

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    • 30 Days November 1910: S 6 at Home M 7 up the canyon T 8 Up the canyon W 9 out in the South Fields Th 10 Almost on the sick list with a bad cold. F 11 Cut and hauled a little corn clouded up S 12 A.M. up the canyon P.M. Hauled load of...
    • Page 200

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    • and Erastus Macfarlane for a license to r u n a Pool Hall within the City. Referred to Committee. Feb. 9 , 1914. . . Communication of Commercial Club of Cedar City was referred to Committee on Streets and Sidewalks to see that large cottonwood...
    • Page 148

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    • Everyone in the Jones family worked hard because it was a necessity. Henrietta was no exception, she could drive four horses as good as any man. When the family moved to town from 3-Creeks in the fall of 1904, school had started. Will was the only...
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    • March 7 . 1 9 1 4 . . .Mayor suggested that the City Park be plowed and reseeded with orchard grass. No action. April 2. 1914.. .On motion Councilman Thorley, the item of South and West Field, owing the City $38.28 for several years, was stricken...
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    • to provide the needed protection for the settlers. This required many hours of labor. It was a City Ordinance that 'Wo person or persons shall cut or make any hole or doorway through the wall of this Fort without making a door or shutter, bullet...
    • 1899, Jul 3

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    • Mon. July 3, 1899: Ther. º., morning. Wea. clouds I worked on the bowery. staid with T. Hepworth over night Tuesday 4: Ther. 102º., 3 pm. Wea. windy We fired some Giant power at day break raised the flag and serenaded with the M. Band. had a...
    • 1899, Jul 6

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    • Thurs. July 6, 1899: Ther. 72º., 100º., Wea. windy, clear. Watered corn below point. harvested some more wheat Friday 7: Ther. 66º., 103º., Wea. clear. We hoed and plowed out a little corn and some cut wheat in evening Saturday 8: Ther....

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