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    • 1900, Jan 10

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    • Wed. Jan. 10, 1900: Ther. 30., 50., Wea. Clear. Dan & I went up the river and got two loads of poles. I harrowed a piece of land by the footlog after I got back. Thursday 11: Ther. 32., 54., Wea. light clouds. worked on the rock road by the clear...
    • Page 478

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    • Vil, went on to El Paso by train and Heaton went back to return the mules he had borrowed. He went back to Corrales and eventually was able to get two of his own horses and his wagon and carne back done, n just he and his old dog, Pinto, which was...
    • Page 208

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    • General wiu cxaruiuir~g title to pass on the sale, he found the restrict11e tion in the abstract. As soon as the descendants of Lehi heard of the discrepancy, they simply signed the property over to the college as a donation. In 1923, the railroad...
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    • No pirates no princesses 194 over their head, thank you. Thank you so much for that. It‘s a constant struggle. I mean we live in a materialistic world. I: You feel the society is materialistic? T: Oh yeah, not every society, but parts of every...
    • 1904, Jun 20

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    • Mon. June 20, 1904: Ther. Warm., Wea. Ptly. cldy. Planted four rows of melons below the garden. We planted a patch of beans below the point. 34) Tuesday 21: Ther. Warm., Wea. Clouds, Hoed cane on the Parker place. Wednesday 22: Ther. Warm., Wea....
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    • K.S.U.B., 321, 364, 365 Larson, Edvin O., Larson, Gustave 0.. 360 329, 339 1Coun.1, 360 Kanarra, 482 Kaparovits Coal, 444 Keele, Lolynn, 425 Keele, Bert, 299 Kelsey, Alvin, 299 Kennaday Paving, 433 Kenney, B. Glmn, 357, 361, 366 K i e r ,...
    • 1912, Jun 19

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    • Wed. June 19, 1912: Ther. Hot Wea. Clear Watering in the upper field Thursday 20: Ther. Hot Wea. clouds Windy Watering wheat and corn land Went down and finished raking & piling the hay in the Flanigan field
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    • Jan. 20, 1927.. .Gronway Parry and Kumen L. Jones of the Rotary Club, Dr. A . C. Johnson and Moroni Corry of the Chamber of Commerce present. Purpose: assisting the City in adding more water to the system. Suggested that the City take steps at once...
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    • MUTED MOTHERHOOD 4 women at the top means the ruling class is overwhelmingly male. If the rulers are male, they will make mistakes that benefit males. Picture an all-male Supreme Court. We may well go back there. What will that mean for the women...
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    • thanlrful for this day brethren, the Lord has answered our prayers.' He blessed the saints and said he knew that we would have good times spintually and temporally. 'We have al1 pienty to do to mind our own bu sin es^.'^ The last entry in Henry...
    • 1912, Jul 3

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    • Wed. July 3, 1912: Ther. Cool Wea. Cloudy drizzle, rain chilly Finished watering cane. Partly put up wire fence at bottom of F. F. land Thursday 4: Ther. Pleasant, Wea. chilly. clouds Watering corn and pumpkins- Finished stretching the wire along...
    • 1900, Mar 5

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    • Mon. Mar. 5, 1900: Ther. 39., 49., Wea. clouds running east. We took the coal out of the pit. prunned apple trees. Tuesday 6: Ther. 36., 60., Wea. cloudy pm. I spent the day claning head ditches and watering wheat land. Went to Mutual in...
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    • Excerpts from Cedar City Council Minutes Jan. 6 , 1 9 3 0 . . .City Council met in regular session. Present: Mayor Eugene Christensen and Councilmen Wood and Biederman of the outgoing administration. Also, Recorder James Urie, and Councilmen E. M ....
    • 1900, Mar 11

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    • Sun. Mar. 11, 1900: Ther. 50., 82.,. Wea. Clear. I went to to after-noon meeting. I also went to Rockville as a missionary to mutual. in the evening. John Ruesch, Bertha Gifford and Emerette Gifford also went a missionaries. Monday 12: Ther. 53.,...
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    • across the continent by solitas. horsernen carrying fifteen pounds of letters. The charge to send this mail was $5 per one-half ounce. Stations were located about twenty-four miles apart. As his day's nde, each nder was requued to span three...
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    • 2 Three Score and Ten in Retrospect The pioneer settlement of Coalville was first called Chalk Creek, after a stream that watered the area, but when coal was discovered on the townsite the name was changed. John grew up on stories passed down...
    • 1900, Mar 17

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    • Sat. Mar. 17, 1900: Ther.46., 72., Wea. Clear. I furrowed out about one acre of land for a vineyard just above the mouth of Dutch Canyon. Planted some oats that came from F.B. Mills. Sunday 18: Ther. 46., 72., Wea. Clear. I attended the afternoon...
    • 1914, Sep 26

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    • Sat. Sept. 26, 1914: Ther. Cool- Wea. cloudy Plowed a little of the land across from the corral hauled in a load of corn for feed. Sunday 27: Ther. Cool Rain The long drouth was broken today by a nice steady rain that lasted about half of the day...
    • 1912, Jul 25

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    • Thurs. July 25, 1912: Wea. Rain Raked over the grain field with the hay rake then went over part of my pumpkin patch and killed bugs. Friday 26: Ther. Cooler Wea. Showery Pulling barley the straw is too short for the binder to pick it up. Started...
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    • lrtah Mexican Sugar and Livestock Co. Hulkito Oil & Royalties Company Escalante Oil & Dev. Co. Virgin Valley Oil Co. Parowan Oil Co. Man~moth Plaster and Cement Co. Cedar City Creamery Co. Bullion Canyon Mining & Milling Co. Beaver Woolen hlills...

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