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    • Page 66

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    • After supper, when the men gathered around the campfire, Brother Lunt exhorted the brethren to "obey counsel and suffer wrong rather than do wrong, and, for the sake of a few house logs, not to let the devil get into their midst."' Apparently, it...
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    • Smokescreens, Lies and Deceptions: The Media and the Vietnam War. 31 policy makers in both the Democratic and Republican parties, from President Truman to President Reagan believed the communists could succeed if the U.S. failed to take action. If...
    • Chapter 8 - Page 51

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    • Completion of transcontinental telesraph. Cedar City's first telexraph office. Ellen Whittaker Lunt, h f a r y Ann Wilson Lunt, Henry Lunt, Ann Cower Lunt and Samh ~ \ n n u n t . Hrnry L.unt goes to MexL ico. Henrietta's acquaintance wirh Major...
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    • nailed the 'factory [cloth]' on the poles and put it overhead for a ceiling. March 4: Very windy and cold last night, snow drifted whch fe11 and came freely through every little crack to windward. A little mouse ran over our bed in the night. Sun...
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    • Hemy sent an article to the Deseret News which was published nearly a month later on July 24 The following is the article: We have been very busily engaged in preparing to make iron for the last month. Considerable work has been done. The fire...
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    • the Recorder, and showed the following statistics: Number of births reported: Number of deaths reported: Heart Disease Measles Unknown 8 4 2 1 1 ( 5 males and 3 females) Number of cases of measles reported: Number of cases of scarlet Fever:...
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    • with quaking aspen poles, a pole corral for the cows, and two adjacent pens for the calves. T h e cows grazed the pul~lic domain during the day, whilr the calves were kept in the pasture. Each afternoon the cows were rounded up and hrought to the...
    • Page 366

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    • streets and a small alley mnning through the blocks both ways to avoid wrrals being built on the rnain street. There were two smdl houses built on the townsite when we arrived, one owned by George Haws and the other by Alexander F. MacDonald, the...
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    • be instructed to inforce curfew law a t once. It was moved unanimously that the Marshal notify the President and Secretary of the Cedar City Light and Power Co. that their franchise is now null and void and that the ComDanv must, at once....
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    • and Erastus Macfarlane for a license to r u n a Pool Hall within the City. Referred to Committee. Feb. 9 , 1914. . . Communication of Commercial Club of Cedar City was referred to Committee on Streets and Sidewalks to see that large cottonwood...
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    • July 11, 1914 ...The Parent's Classes from the East and West Wards were appointed to arrange for the celebration of Pioneer's Day on July 24, 1914. Aug. 3. 1914.. .Special session to consider workmanship of the water system extension (redwood...
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    • instructed to hire two men and a team to assist the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph in trimming and removing trees along Main Street for the line to be placed 1 8 feet from the property lines. Oct. 1 . 1 9 1 4 ... Librarian's salary was...
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    • Mar. 1 6 . 1915... Recorder notified the Council that property owners north and east of City were planning to work on the ditch known a s the 'Great Eastern' as a means of using some of the high waters of Coal Creek that otherwise are going to...
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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...
    • 1912, Jan 5

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    • Fri. Jan. 5, 1912: Ther. Fair. Wea. Thin clouds thawing. clear this even. Cut a few Cotton wood poles for the partition fence over the river. Saturday 6: Ther. Pleasant. Wea. T. clds Got a wagon box of wood from the Zion dugways this after noon.
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    • labors, and reverently called upon Him to bless u s in the i u t u r e and to enable u s to maintain ourselves in this desert land, also to protect u s from the wiley Indian and help u s to accomplish the mission we were sent to perform, namely,...
    • Chapter 21 - Page 163

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    • Obtaining electric power for Crdar City. Picture of Steam Engine. Stories in corlrrection with t h r Power Company. Picture of Jones Family Christmas liJ07. Picture of Cedar City main strcet. Cedar Electric Co. organixd. Sold to Dirk Power...
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    • center of the street for said line. . . 4th -to enter Cedar City at 2nd South Street in the east part of the city. . . 5th -the privilege of purchasing enough of said plant to supply the city and its inhabitants with light, or the entire plant at...
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    • Bids were let out for the construction of these tunnels which were to be six feet in diameter and four feet high. Men who worked on the canal received a wage of $2.00 per day and they were paid $1.50 per day for a team of horses. Another bid was...
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    • PARADE IN CEDAR CITY After World War I May 2 1 , 1919 Main Street, looking northeast. "Soldier's day a big success." (From Iron County Record of May 23, 1919) "Parade, meeting, banquet, and ball. Dancing at B . A . C . and Ward Hall. Parade led by...

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