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    • Sec. 4 . . . I t shall be their duty to see that the field is kept clear of stock to preserve the grain and vegetation, to go around the field as often a s required by the Mayor or City Council and report to them as often as they require. Sec. 5 ....
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    • communication other than pony express, and the ride entailed a round trip of 560 miles which the messenger accomplished in six days. This, however, took too much valuable time, as the wicked and unjustiiiat~le deed had been committed before...
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    • told me that the man had called in the store to buy a whip. They didn't have any whips in stock, so he bought a broom to drive his horses with. It appeared that he man had been drinking, which was the cause of the trouble." During these yean of...
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    • beef was hidden in thick timber some distance from ramp, while they had been wishing for meat for supper and breakfast, all but one prospector made a hasty getaway before our boys returned from the day's ride." " As I was riding out that morning...
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    • Lamanites were deeply interested. T h e country was strange to me. Near the place of our operations was a river that I could see, the water of which was not quite clear). .4s this dream had left quite an impression on my mind, I asked our mother to...
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    • heavy rock at their heads. Brother Bulloch was standing guard for the mother bear while I was throwing at the little cubs. I, also; was squinting around too. Finally, I got them killed." "The next thing - what to do with the little ones? Brother...
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    • 16 these ages to show what negative effects may be in the future if changes are not made by eighth grade PE. At age seven, girls are outspoken and not afraid to debate. Girls at ten to eleven become a little less willing to reveal their opinions...
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    • San Juan River. Our cattle were sore-footed and worn out, and some of them had got quite thin, so we decided to leave them for the winter in White Canyon. bout fifteen miles from the River." (This is just west of the Bridges Kational Monument)...
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    • The horses had been tied up to the wagons and everyone was asleep. Henry was riding a desert mustang which, as soon as the cattle made a commotion, took off over the wagon tongue and over a nearby fence, in the opposite direction from the herd. The...
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    • Lehi M. was old enough to be able to round the cows into the corral and the girls helped with the milking. Every two or three days, a new cow was hrought in to be h~uken milk. Henrietta would rope the cow and to tie her to a post and proceed to...
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    • For&unately, only one mule was Med, but it took a full day to recover the baggage. The crossing of the east fork of the Colorado River was attended with much difficulty and more danger. Steadily the expedition's food supply dwindled and couldn't be...
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    • with John L. Sevy, who had seen them and asked for a ride back to Cedar City that night. He and Mr. Sevy traveled up the canyon from Newcastle past Castle Ranch and on to Irontown and then past Woolsey's Ranch to Cedar City. It took them most of...

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