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    • 1898, Aug 25

    • Thurs. Aug. 25, 1898: Ther. noon 88º., Wea. clear till about noon shower 3-40 pm. Finished cleaning the wheat we had (30 bushels) thirty bushells. We loaded the fanning mill in the wagon and got ready to start to the ranch. Friday 26: Ther. hot...
    • 1900, Dec 18

    • Tues. Dec. 18, 1900: Ther. Pleasant., Wea. Clear. Weighed the Montgomery freight and figured up what it cost per lbs. Went to Mutual this evening, played awhile at the Bishop’s after meeting. Wednesday 19: Ther. 46., 60., Wea. light Clouds, ...
    • 1912, Jul 15

    • Mon. July 15, 1912: Ther. Hot Wea. Clear The Pine Creek ditch broke again this forenoon so we are working on it this afternoon I butchered a pig tonight. Tuesday 16: Ther. Hot Wea. clouds Cut up and weighed the pig. 101 lbs Hoed a little corn for...
    • 1914, Jan 21

    • Wed. Jan. 21, 1914: Ther. Cold Wea. Clouded up Throwing wood down the hill till noon, then weighed up 1,500 lbs of corn for Jim to take to Hurricane for me. Thursday 22: Ther. Cold- Wea. Raining At home most all day. Cut a few cottonwoods at the...
    • Page 132

    • Wednesday, April 6 : Myself and Ellen witnessed the laying of the comer stones of the foundation of the temple. There were more than five thousand saints present. To see the order and hear the music and see the troops of soldiers with their flags...
    • Page 217

    • Drummond. An investigation was neither desired, nor made, for fear that the tme state of affairs might be exposed. The president of the United States, James Buchanan decided to settle the Mormon question by appointing not only a new govemor, but...
    • Page 295

    • so rank that the husbandman wiil have about as much trouble to clear it off and prepare for another crop as to cultivate it as above mentioned. Some of t h s growth of weeds wiii be ten or twelve feet high. 1 have been into the fields to observe...
    • Page 19

    • ticks and buckskin were made to serve as clothing materials, nntil sheep became more plentiful. Anything the people had to spare was traded to the Indians for huckskin which could he used for clothing and moccasins. The people made everything they...
    • Chapter 17 - Page 121

    • 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....
    • Page 165

    • 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...
    • Page 226

    • "hly Brother Lehi, born Xovember 1854 at Cedar City Utah, was five feet nine inches in height and weighed 155 pounds. H e was very light in romplesiou, followed farming, stock raising and general business. By strict economy, thrift and industry, he...
    • Comstock

    • Iron mines and mining--Iron County (Utah); Mining machinery; Utah International, Inc.
    • Comstock. SHE-75, working in waste. SHE-1, working in ore. Trucks hauling east to plant. From January 1, 1955 to April 1, 1955, 150,118 cu. yds. of waste were hauled out of pit and 149,314 tons of ore were weighed in at plant.
    • Steers, Champion fat

    • Beef cattle; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • George Haycock, center, operator of Corner Market in Cedar City, was high bidder when the grand champion steer of Southern Utah Livestock Show went on sale. Haycock purchased the grand champion from exhibitor, Marlin Sorenson, right, of Salina,...
    • Steers, triplets

    • Beef cattle; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • Triplet steers, exhibited by Bert Christensen, a Moroni FFA youth. The rare animals weighed a total of 2370 pounds.
    • Hogs, Grand Champion, 1955

    • Hogs; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • Grand Champion fat hog. Owner, Ronald Webb of Delta. Purchaser, Fred LaFrentz of Cedar City. Hog weighed 180 pounds, Fred paid $1.66 per pound which equals $118.80.
    • Steers, Reserve Champion

    • Beef cattle; Livestock; 4-H clubs; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • Reserve Champion fat steer. Owner, Royal Lamb of Morgan 4-H. Purchased by Webster Coal Company of Cedar City for $0.35 per pound, animal weighed 990 pounds.
    • Hogs, Grand Champion

    • Hogs; Livestock; Southwest Utah Livestock Show--Cedar City (Iron County, Utah)
    • Grand Champion fat hog. Owner, Marsha Vandenberge of Cedar City. Purchased by Jim Heywood of Cedar City for $1.20 per pound, animal weighed 208 pounds.


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