Thurs. Dec. 26, 1912: Ther. Cool Wea. Clear Doing nothing but make the rounds to my traps. Friday 27: Ther. Pleasant Wea. Clear My hands are too sore for me to do much with them, barb-wire cuts, boils etc.
Fri. Mar. 1, 1912: Ther. Blustery Wea. Raining Moved to my yard. We threshed 4 1/4 bu of seed for Jim and a little for Sammy. today had to stop on account of the rain. Saturday 2: Ther. Pleasant Wea. cloudy. Got the machine to running about noon,...
Cedar City Drug Co. ,~
Cedar City, Utah
The West is full of work to be done. There are opportunities
on every hand. The only demand is that your head
and hands be trained.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
BT I...IAST, after four years of climbing, we have
reached the goal. There have been many pitfalls
by the"- way to hinder, for a time, our onward
progress. but through perseverance \ve have succeeded.
r-';'our seemingly short years...
Dabatiog amd Oratory
XJOT much has been done at the
college this year in debating".
Last year saw the end of a six-year
competition with Dixie College for
the possession of the bronze tablet
first offered in 1923 by Attorney
Robert L. Judd, of Salt...
Sarah Ann, Lehi'n sister, dies. Death of IVilliain Treharne Jones, Lehi's brother. Death of Lchi's mother, Sage Treharne Jones. Stories of Sage T . Jones. Picturf o f Jones Brothers. Pirtuae of grandchildren. Pictures of Sage T. Jones, Sarah Ann J....
Lawless, i ~ ? i g h b u r i nstale of Nevada. Trading and freighting in ~ Pioche and Bnllionville. Cedar Co-op Store. Lehi, Pony Exprcrs ridcr, and brief account of stops he made on route. Lehi goes tu University of Deseret. Lehi returns and Pony...
SARAH ANN LUNT,FOURTH WIFE AND MINING DISTRICTS 1877 - 1879
fter the end of the Iron Mission, the population of Cedar City n declined, but i the,rnid 1870's the City began to add new industries and new f d e s were moving into the...
strand twine about the size of a mason's chalk line. (The McGuay lasso rope, somewhat popular in the 90's, was made of oose.) The little spinning machine was very simple, being made of two sticks. The handle was about five eighths of an inch in...
was sitting by the fire gambling. He did not see the "Home Guard" until they were quite near to him. He reached for his bow and arrows, but a friendly Indian also reached for the bow, catching it by the loop end and unstrung the bow, while Enos...
known as the "Institute." This was one of the most noted buildings of the town, around which cling the fondest memories of its early students. The first teacher in this school was George W. Crouch. He built the two-room brick home across the...