As a school we should patronize those merchants and business men
who have been loyal to us. If it were not for th.e support of our advertisers,
a year-book would be practically without financial support
Cedar Mercantile & Live Sto,ck...
Rooms with private bath if desired. New, up-to-date
in all respects.
Mrs.C. G. Bell, Proprietor
Shoes mended, tacked, or patched. Half-soleing and...
Students Come and
Students Go, But We
Are Here Forever
The point in this to remember is that when you
are far a.way-back in the old home-you can still
enjoy the advantage of our big, well selected stock' of
You have got a,cquainted...
~S A SCHOOL we should patronize those nlerchants and business lnen A who have been loyal to us. If it were not for the support of our advertisers,
a Year Book would be practically witllout financial s~pport.
University of Utah.
Has made it possible
for us to double
the business of
any of our competitors.
Our business is
which denotes satisfi
ed custom ers.
'vVe don't cater
111\UR Service· to the stu\!
V dents this year has given
satisfaction; our. val ues
and prices have kept them cOIning
right alo11g. Our ailn is to be modern,
bu t not extreme; he11ce our
Ed. E. Crouse Shoe Shop
\Alho said Ed Crouse...
Randall L. Jones
llIatrllmakrr anll3JtUtl'lrr CEDAR CITY CO·OP.
R. S. Gardner
Cedar City Utal1
Clocks and Jewelry of
all kinds. Fountain
Pens and Electric...
Make Skaggs Safeway Store
By depositing your money at the
Skaggs Safeway Store, you save
from ten to thirty per cent daily.
Your daily purchasing is your big-gest
investment. Our Motto is,
Quality, Quantity and Service for
of. So, in 1868, Clayton built his shop. He did all the work for the settlers and also for the Salisbury Stage Line Company.
The first store stood across the street west from the Abraham Wood home. Later it was moved to the Herbert...
The first brass band was organized under the super-vision of Mr. B. J. Shinderling, and later kept going under the leadership of George Jameson. The men in the band were Ed Rollins, Jewel Rollins, Pete Dotson, Wayne Blackburn, George Jameson, Sy...
machinery from the end of the railroad to their distribution points. " ARVIN STODDARD HOMESTEADED TOWNSITE Arvin M. Stoddard, Milford's first settler, was one of the original pioneers, coming to Utah in 1847 with his three brothers, Sheldon,...
First Brass Band -- Seated, Wayne Blackburn, George Jameson, William Burns, Bill Dotson, Cy Bdradfield; Second Row: Tine Bingham, Foss Rollins, George Bradshaw, Ezra Walker, B. J. Shinderling (leader), Lawrence Dotson, Ed Rollins, Petee Dotson; In...
BINGHAM ran the rooming house later operated by Mrs. Hardy. FORGIE Jimmy, a rancher and cattleman, and Johnny, who built the Forgie apartment house. BRADFIELD Thomas, roundhouse foreman. GUILES Peter, ran a livery stable and feed yard on the...
cook and waitress, with Ed Walker and brother of Salt Lake, dishwashers. We were persuaded to hire a Jap cook, who was immaculately clean, and a good cook, but one morning we were awakened early to find him gone. We, with our young daughter Erma,...
The last Company manager was a Mr. Evans. In 1911, the store was known as the American Trading Company and was operated by Ed Street, Steve Fotheringham and J. F. Tolton. The Utah Leasing Co. took over the mine and worked the dumps after the mine...
Photos of white grass in the Reed area; First deep well on Milford Flats; Group, Left to right standing: Henry Collins, Ed. Sawyer, Johnnie Forgie, Angus Buchanan, unknown, Ambrose Hedges, Billie Williams, "Frency" Garzan, unknown, Peter Guio. ...
and the newest of all engines, the diesels. William Nichols Jr., local brakeman, is a nephew of Mr. Blanpied. Frank Kuchenmeister, John Low, William Sterling, Sam Reveal, Al Milsap, all have helped to build up part of the tradition that accompanies...
time while he returned to Nephi to close his affairs. He then came back to Milford and took over the active management of his store, adding a large feed lot with stables, a large barn, and camp houses. His business was supplying the freighters,...