To Our Friends in Southern Utah
WE have just printed and bound this book for the ·Stude.nt Body
of the Branch Agricultural College. It gives you an idea of
the good work we can do. Our establishment...
Dining Room and Cafe
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunt
"We Resolve to Serve the .
Best Things to Eat"
We Specialise in Resoling
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HE theme of decoration carried out in this year's
Promenade at the B. A. C. was a Dutch Windmill
scene using college colors, blue and white,...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah); School yearbooks
Next morning we were up bright and early to greet the sun of Founders' Day. We marched to the bridge to met the townspeople, listened to a delightful program, then we dragged even the grand stand upon the field for contest. It now came November,...
Beaver Murdock Academy--Beaver (Beaver County, Utah)
The Greatest Clearing Sale MILFORD HAS EVER KNOWN We are offering our entire line of U.S. Army and Commercial goods at ridiculously low prices. We were the first to bring prices down in Milford and we still lead in cutting and slashing prices....
PIONEER DRAMATIC TALENT OF BEAVER
J. Frank Tolton
Robert, Charles and Gus Stoney
Mrs. S. C. Maeser
Sarah Ann Stoney
Sadie and Renth Huntington
Quorum. The President selected for this organization was John Hughes, while Charles Wesley Wendall was selected for clerk.
JOHN R. MURDOCK CALLED TO BEAVER
Owing to factional differences, lack of unity, and the inability of the local authorities to...
bers of the said choir together with all those who have so ably assisted them in catering to the comforts of their aged guests, and that said Beaver Choir become a standing committee to continue in the future the good work they have begun by...
adjoining the main structure is 32x29 feet. This addition was built for the purpose of vaults, and adjoining this is the county jail, built of pink sandstone. The original cost of the old Territorial Court House was approximately $10,960. This...
present highway bridge. Bullion made in the crude smelter was made into bullets, in rough molds, for the rifles of the settlers of this entire area.
The ore was soft in nature, with gold assays running as high as one-half ounce to the ton, silver...
pointed to fill the position when Hardy resigned), T. V. Rollins, Jack Kelsey and Clarence Gillins.
The first electric lights were installed in 1913-1914. Moroni Myers was president of the Town Board at that
When Josiah Osborne was president,...
ment it was operated on special orders of Brigham Young, to supply the Mormon pioneers with lead for bul-lets.
On March 20, 1937, the marker was dedicated in front of the Town Hall. The following program was rendered under the direction of Mrs....
Salt Lake & San Pedro Railroad. Finally, this road was taken over by the Union Pacific. RANGE CONDITIONS IN THE EARLY DAYS During the years of the '80s and '90s the range was in excellent condition for the grazing of cattle. Few, if any, sheep were...
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...
this position he was in direct charge of everything. All business transactions were under his signature. In 1943 the Metal Producers Company, of Los Angeles, Calif., took over the mine, operating under lease a syndicate of three men, as follows:...
The large dining room of the Williams Hotel was often the scene of merry dancing parties. The Smithson Hotel on Main Street (now the Peterson house), was at one time the largest hotel in the business district, and eventually had a greater business...
Ebenezer Tanner Jr. bought the place from his father, and in turn sold it to Mrs. Jessie Robinson, who continued to use it as a hotel. It was later used as an apartment house, until it was razed in 1946. Mrs. Tanner, widely known as "Ma" Tanner in...
reason for the growth of the valley, but it hardly would be correct to say that the railroad with its people have had less than a major part in bringing the town up from the size of a spot on the map to the present city that it now represents with...
that of being the first car foreman, rip track foreman, and engine carpenter. His interest in civic affairs was keen and he was voted a member of the town board, member of the school board, and later, mayor. His wife and other women were...