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    • 1898, cash account 13

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    • XCash Account. XAugust. 5 Oh I must cease my moaning My troubles meekly bear For there is one above us, That listens to our prayer. Chorus. 6 And on the day of reckoning When time shall be no more, He’ll take us up to glory, To...
    • 1903, Feb 8

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    • Sun. Feb. 8, 1903: Ther. Cold., Wea. Blustry snow Moved about two miles north across the flat. The snow is beginning to bother our eyes whenever we have a clear day. 22) Monday 9: Ther. Cold., Wea. Clear. We counted and found that we were short...
    • 1903, Jun 20

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    • Sat. June 20, 1903: + Ther. Warm., Wind. Wea. Thin clds. If the Devil hasn’t got a lot of his imps tabernacled in these cursed wool pelts, I don’t know what is wrong with them. 79) Sunday 21: Ther. Warm., Wind. Wea. Thin clouds. Israel Esplin...
    • 1903, May 17

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    • Sun. May 17, 1903: T Ther. Cold wind., Wea. bluster, Cloudy Several lambs were froze to death today. We are trying to move the sheep along up the ridge, are pretty well crowded by other herds. string, string, string that’s all the wretches know....
    • 1905, Jan 14

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    • Sat. Jan. 14, 1905: Ther. Cold very cold., Wea. Clear, Cloudy After going to the office we decided to go about five miles south-west and visit Mrs. Ellis with whom we staid about a month ago. as she gave us a hearty invitation to call again. Well...
    • 1914, Jun 20

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    • Sat. June 20, 1914: Ther. Warm Wea. Ptly. Cldy. Got thirteen more rows of corn planted 42 rows now planted about 25 of them watered. Dan took the water tonight. Sunday 21: Ther. Warm Wea. clear At Home Mary has a swelling in her face, We don’t...
    • 1915 102

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    • Cedar City Drug Co. ,~ Cedar City, Utah What Field Do You Wish To Enter? Opportunities 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 SALT...
    • 1915 27

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    • ERCLE GARDNER. "Domestic happiness, thou only bliss of Paradise that hast survived the fall." Mr. Janson is her favorite teacher. Maybe she's got "designs" on him-I don't know. BYRON AHLSTROM. "They dream in courtship but in wedlock wake." S\ l.f I...
    • 1915 37

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    • To Martha, When She and Rass Quit I saw them oft before As they passed by the door, And again, Their merry tones resound As they wander all around Through the lane. They say that in their prime They were together all the time~ Put it down. Not a...
    • 1915 41

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    • LELAND BETENSON. "Betty." Is noted for his yarns on speech days. Our famous half mile man. (It is a half mile from school to the Sheep Store.) RAY THOMAS. Sophomore yell master, first semester. School yell mas­ter. Our leader in school activities....
    • 1915 7

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    • ,G. HUNTE;R LUNT, A. B. "Not to know me argues youfse1f unknown, The lowest of your throng." MYRTLE DECKER, A. B. E,arthl's noble!st thing-a woman perfected. R. L. WRIGLEY, B. S. Thinks more of the college farm than he does of his classes,...
    • 1915 96

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    • A Little Laughter A LOVE LETTER. The following unique epistle was picked up lately in the street: "Dear Bill, The reason I didn't laff when you laft at me in the post office yesterday, was becos I hev a bile on my face, and I can't laff. If I laff...
    • 1916 108

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    • Jokes Soph: My stock in trade is brains. Freshie : You've got a funny looking sample case. The follo"wing was handed in on an examination paper in American history: General Braddock \vas killed in the Revolutionary "Var. I-Ie had three horses shot...
    • 1916 11

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    • JOHN S. CHRISTENSEN It is hard to tell of which hc is the more proud-the state cham­pionship or "Little Jack." 10 N. WILLIAM KNUDSE T Let the howlers howl and the growlers growl, and the gee­gaws go it; Behind the night there is plenty of light,...
    • 1916 110

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    • 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 goods are Ed. E. Crouse Shoe Shop \Alho said Ed Crouse...
    • 1916 20

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    • CLYDE. BUNKER Titles of honor add not to his worth, he is himself an honor to his titles. (His Motto: "Love sought is good, but love unsought is better.") DORA URIE "I do not wish to treat friend­ship daintily, But with the roughest...
    • 1916 7

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    • ROBERT S. GARDN ER His mind is his kingdom, for he gathers his pleasures from his ideas. ALlHEDA PERRY Her knowledge and influence is as far-reaching as the sun in the firmament. 6 JOH~ H. MOSER Use your gifts faithfully and they shall be enlarged;...
    • 1916 98

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    • Jokes Father: Blanche, how do you account for the rapid changes taking place in such a few years in the ball room? Blanche: Why, father? Father: Because, my child, ,vhen your mother and I ,'were young all the ladies used to dre~s up to go...
    • 1916 99

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    • Jokes lVIr. Christensen (in Physical Geography): Now, Mar­tin, can you tell the class why lightning never strikes twice in the same place? l\lart: Because after it hits once the same place ain't there any more. (In B. B.~ meeting.) Woolley: In...
    • 1927 158

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    • provides high grade work leading to a college degree. Credits accepted at best colleges and universities in the country. Good dormitory homes for out-of- town students. $340 provides board, room and tuition for the full college year. For catalogue...

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