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    • 1916 116

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    • THE DESIRE IN A YOUNG MAN OR WOMAN FOR DISTINCTION, THE DE­SIRE TO MAKE A PLACE IN THE WORLD IS NOT INDICATIVE OF VAN­ITY, BUT OF PRAISEWORTHY AMBI­TION. The doors of the State University stand open to you, ready to supply the training of head...
    • mcbooki371p283: Freighting (cont.)

    • Beaver County, Utah--History
    • alone to Adamsville to settle their bills. Mr. Griffiths says that all the years they freighted, they never failed to send the man back, while the rest of the teams went on through Black Rock, Oasis, and on to York. Later, the railroad terminal...
    • 1900, cash account 8

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    • Cash Account. May.: Date. Received. Paid. 1st. to J.R.C., coupon .30 8th Esplin 1.30 “ “ Overalls .55 “ “ 1 box Cartgs. 38 cal. .75 12” Esplin .85 “ “ jumper .55 “ “ alum .10 “ pen & Ink .10 15” Farm & Home .50 ...
    • 1900, bills payable 5

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    • Bills Payable. October: Date. Name. Dolls. Cts. amt. earned each day sept 28th Friday, helped J.R.C. am & D.C. pm .50 29” Sat. (am) D. Crawford .75 30” Sun. J. Crawford .50 Oct 1st Mon. above 1.00 2nd Tues D. Crawford .50 3rd Wed. above...
    • 1901, Oct 30

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    • Wed. Oct. 30, 1901: + 12 Ther. A cold night just passed., Warm after sunrise., Wea. thin clouds, Camped about a mile north-east of the mouth of Little Creek Canyon at the foot of the red hills. 116) Thursday 31: + Ther. Warm., Wea. Thin clouds,...
    • 1901, cash account 16

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    • Cash Account. August.: Date. Received. Paid. 48.65 14.10 34.55 29.20 5.35 67.60 18.95 19 Guitar 10.00 Provisions Bed and other articles garments shirt 5.35 20 storage on Baggage .70 26 Pen and ink .10 26 Bromo Tablets .24 19 Valise...
    • 1901, cash account 17

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    • Cash Account. September.: Date. Received. Paid. 3 1 pair knit garments from Cutler Bros. 1.50 5 Sole Leather .15 5 Hungarian nails .10 5 paid to Mr. Skogard for finding rifle .50 6 from James Robinson sen. 5.50 6 2 pair Socks .30 6 Denims ...
    • 1904, memoranda 7

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    • Memoranda: Recd. from Bp. H.W. Esplin on herding during 1903. 91.07 still due Dec. 31st 1903 30.28 Earned 1903 121.35 Recd. in 1904. 1-19 Sole Leather 3-22 Mdse. 2.70 3-31 Hat 1.65 “ “ Cash 25.00 4-17 “ 20.00 7-17 “ 65.00 114.35 ...
    • 1903, memoranda 6

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    • Memoranda: Summary for the year 1903. Herded sheep 285 ½ days. At home 60 days. Not at home of herding 19 ½ days. Nights spent along 100. days spent without seeing anyone 27. Total Meetings Attended 10. Sunday schools 3. “ afternoon meetings...
    • 1903, summary of cash account

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    • Summary of Cash Account.: Received. Paid. Jan. Herded Sheep earned $35.00 1.34 1.00 Feb. “ “ $35.00 3.65 2.10 Mar. “ “ $35.00 1.25 1.25 Apr. “ “ $35.00 20.00 17.60 May. “ “ $35.00 .97 1.22 June. “ “ $30.25 197.20 5.70 ...
    • 1910, page 210

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    • Memoranda: 1910 Amount earned on the canal Jan. $4.80 @ 1.60 per day Feb. -- 6.40 Mar. -- 18.60 Apr. – 16.00 @ 2.00 per day May – 43.00 Horse 2.00 June – 47.00 Flam .60 July – 53.00 Aug – 56.00 Sept – 49.00 Oct --- 42.00 Nov...
    • Page 283

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    • Jan. 5 , 1933.. .The City Manager discussed the report received from L . A . Wilson which handled the question. "Why Cedar City should refuse to renew the electric power franchise?" Jan. 12, 1933.. .William J. McConnell and Henry Houchen filed a...
    • Page 344

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    • DR. L. V . BROADBENT Biography 1905 - L . Verl Broadbent was born in 1 9 0 5 , in Heber, Utah. a member of a very large and distinguished family. He was double cousin to many Broadbent children through mothers who were sisters and fathers who were...
    • Page 479

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    • Jane's mother, brother and sister, leaving her alone with her father, who remanied three years later. Being the oldest child, she was her father's chef dependence for help and spent much of her time in the field doing a man's work. In 1863 she...
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    • the sand was blowing like sleet against the house and much of it was coming in under the door. In fact, hefore they left it was necessary to shovel the sand away from the door to make a pathway out. Lehi later, recalling this event, said that he...
    • Page 48

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    • worked so hard riding the Pony Express so that he could save a little money for himself above the needs of the family to afford some good clothes and real shoes. Up until this time he had worn only the clothes sewn by his mother and nioccasins on...

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