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    • 1898, Feb 20

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    • Sun. Feb. 20, 1898: Wea. Clear I went as usual to school and meeting and after doing the Chores I went back to the evening meeting. Monday 21: Ther. 43 at 8 am. Wea. Clear I patched my old shoes and made some glue to fix the guitar with Father &...
    • 1898, cash account 11

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    • XCash Account. XJuly. My wife is my fathers mother-in-law My father is the son of his son, Now I’m in a fix for I am terribly mixed If I aint I’m a son of a gun. Jan. 1898 As sung by R.M. Rogers. William Louis Crawford, Oakcreek, Washington...
    • 1899, back pocket 2

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    • Back of paper found in pocket on back of book.: My father is now my step-son, My father is my son-in-law, For he married my daughter, though he hadn’t aught to she was his grand daughter-in-law. My daughter is now my father’s wife lad, my wife is...
    • 1900, Jul 30

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    • Mon. July 30, 1900: Ther. Warm., Wea. pleasant, clouds. Dave Esplin and his family also Will Esplin came along this evening and camped here with me. Tuesday 31: + Ther. Warm, Wea. Partly Cloudy. I helped Dave & Will fix the road where the sheep...
    • 1903, Dec 17

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    • Thurs. Dec. 17, 1903: Ther. Cooler., Wea. Light clds. S. wind. Heavier “. Am herding south of camp toward the lone mountain. Myron has gone over to fix the Camp Cart corral up a little. 136) Friday 18: Ther. Cold south-west wind., Wea. Cloudy New...
    • 1914, Jun 2

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    • Tues. June 2, 1914: Ther. Cooler Wea. Showers Helped Cha. Dennett fix the upper ditch flume this forenoon. Poor weather for drying hay. Wednesday 3: Ther. Sultry cloudy RePlanted the corn that was planted May 2nd only about 3/4 of it came up....
    • 1914, Dec 7

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    • Mon. Dec. 7, 1914: Ther. Very Cold Wea. Clear, clouds. Fixing up a water tank forenoon made about 600 feet of lumber afternoon the water freezes so we can hardly run the Mill at all. I.H. Langston & Hary Hall came up to ride. Tuesday 8: Ther. Cold...
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    • Nov. 18. 1901.. .Mayor Heyhorne stated that he and the Recorder had prepared ballots for the drawing to decide who is the Justice of Peace--J. H . McDonald or Charles M . Ahlstrom--as, at the election held Nov. 5, there was a tie vote for said...
    • Page 148

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    • Feb. 11, 1904.. .Special session on new culinary water system. Recommendations from committee I E . H . Ryan) t h a t t h e head works a n d intake of t h e proposed system of water works for this Citv be located a t a point opposite to Station No....
    • Page 205

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    • Aug. 7 , 1915... Mayor Leigh informed Council that John Dover proposed to r u n the street sprinkler on City s t r e e t s for six hours each day for $2.50 per day. Accepted. (Under supervision of the City Marshal) Sept. 2, 1915.. .Bank of Southern...
    • Page 217

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    • Jan. 2 , 1919.. .The Mayor called the Council's attention to the matter of entertaining the returning soldier boys from service. An appropriate committee was to be selected by the Mayor. Feb. 6 , 1 9 1 9 . . .The matter of replacing old pipe in...
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    • June 9 , 1921.. .City disclaimed all responsibility in the death of two cows ( F . W . Leigh) and the burning out of 39 street lamps caused by the breaking of one of the street lighting wires. The City claimed that the construction of same is...
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    • Jan. 29, 1924.. . T h e Mayor submitted the following appointments: Marshal--John E . Walker, City Attorney--J. M . Foster, City Justice--Jethro Palmer. Watermaster--Samuel Leigh, Poundkeeper--I. C. Haight, Sexton a n d Caretaker--A. G. Matheson,...
    • Page 209

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    • times. The U.S. Army was pressing upon the people uttenng dire threats as to what would take place when it reached the ~ a l l e y s . ~ n Fmstrated i seeking pace, bankrupting themselves to store food and ammunition, and stmggling to reestablish...
    • Page 446

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    • Heaton's wife were ordered to fix a meal for them. They also demanded that Heaton haul a load of corn fiom the bam down to the house to feed their horses. It was fortunate, at the time, that they had a good supply of food on hand so the women fixed...
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    • Later Thon~as'sfather lost his eyesight. Thonias was the fifth child in a family of seven, friur sisten and two I~rothers. When Thomas was 20 years of ase, lie was conlarted hy the I..D.S. missionaries and Ileca~r~c interested in the I I o r n ~ n...
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    • plant took the machine off their hands." Owen Matheson was employed by the power company to operate the engine. Ann Jones Gardner made the following note in her scrapbook : "Our home was the first house wired for electricity in town, so of c o m e...

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