KAYSVILLE KINKS #111 IN SERIES - MARCH 1900
The time of Judge Rolapp and a jury has been occupied today in the trial of the case against Ella Curtis Garlick, the Kaysville woman accused of setting fire to Swan & Co. Saloon on the night of February 24, 1899. The defense set up the plea of temporary insanity and to prove it put the defendant on the stand. She testified she was periodically afflicted with St. Vitus Dance (a nerve disorder characterized by involuntary jerky movements, also including emotional or behavioral problems) , and that certain conditions, peculiar to her sex, had rendered her extremely nervous. Her husband came home drunk and in one of her nervous spells, the deed of which she is accused, was committed. At 4:30pm the case went to the jury. No verdict has yet been rendered.
Mrs. Hannah Simmons, the oldest woman in Kaysville was honored yesterday with a celebration of her 90th birthday.
The very warm weather during the last 2 weeks forced fruit buds forward until apricot and peach trees are about to burst into bloom.
The ladies of the Kaysville Relief Society entertained 300 elderly people yesterday on the occasion of the celebration of the 32nd anniversary of the societies organization. Programs were held and dinner was served to everyone.
Miss Ada Schofield and Wilford Bosworth were united in holy matrimony on Wednesday.
Funeral services were held this afternoon over the remains of William H. Bone who died of heart failure last Sunday. There were many beautiful flowers on the casket and a lengthy cortege followed the hearse to the cemetery.
PHOTOS: 1 - Funeral and casket of William Henry Bone (1829-1900) in front of his home at 151 N Main ( area previously was Major's Bakery, Longhorn Lounge, Art Studio, etc. currently Bountiful Bicycle) 2 - Photo of William Henry Bone.
KAYSVILLE KINKS #110 IN SERIES - FEBRUARY 1900
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KAYSVILLE KINKS #106 IN SERIES - OCTOBER 1899 Mabel Clair Williams Mattson (1878-1969) Peter Adolf Mattson Jr. (1859-1924)
KAYSVILLE KINKS #106 IN SERIES - OCTOBER 1899
KAYSVILLE KINKS - #105 IN SERIES - SEPTEMBER 1899 William Jacob Strong (1863-1903) and wife Emma Jane Duncan Strong (1864-1951)
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KAYSVILLE KINKS - #102 IN SERIES - JUNE 1899 Elizabeth Bertha Cotterell Williams (1876-1961) and Orton Alvin Williams (1869-1962)
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KAYSVILLE KINKS #96 IN SERIES - DECEMBER 1898
Some thoughtless boys disturbed the Presbyterian meeting last Sabbath evening by leaving the room in a noisy manner when the preacher was only half way thru his sermon. Such proceedings should be sat down on.
John H. White will ship his fat Christmas cattle to Salt Lake this week.
Mary A. Lewis has started suit against the Silver King Mining Co. of Park City for damages sustained thru the loss of her son who died August 2 from injuries.
Frank Larkins, who had the misfortune to break his leg one day last week, is getting along as well as can be expected. Dr. Ingram set the broken limb.
J. H. Gill, the man who sold many organs and pianos in this area, was arraigned in Logan on embezzlement.
Henry Mansell boasts over the arrival of a fine baby boy at his home on Sunday.
The Dewey Club will give a supper and ball at William's Hall on Saturday evening.
The East Wind carried off the front of Jimmie Proudfoot's Barber shop sending his razors and umbrella's broadcast thru the air.
Mayor John G.M. Barnes now warms the many rooms of his elegant residence with a hot air furnace. This we believe the 1st one installed in a residence in Davis County. The family is well pleased with it. It warms the building more evenly than the stoves.
PHOTOS: John George Maroni Barnes (1860-1932) Businessman and Mayor. Wife Miriam McFerson Barnes (1858-1947) Home located at 42 W. Center designed and built by local architect William Allen.
KAYSVILLE KINKS #94 IN SERIES - NOVEMBER 1898
Mrs. John H. Bonnemort entertained a number of friends at a tea on Thursday.
J. B. Jarman, who was laid up a week on account of having one of his fingers quite badly crushed, went back to his post in the mill last week.
George Blood and 7 other of our local gunners were out on the Sand Ridge slaughtering rabbits on Thanksgiving day.
What is known as "The Dewey Club" was organized last Friday with R. W. Barnes Pres.; Miss Nora Bonnemort and Fred Williams, VP's; and George Blood Sec./Treasurer. The objective is to conduct balls, socials, and various forms of amusements during the winter months. There are approximately 40 members. Each male member pays $1 per month which entitles him to attend all the entertainments given by the club during that month, and each lady pays a fee of 25 Cents.
T. J. Robins (Theodore Joseph), an old time resident of Kaysville passed away Saturday afternoon. He was 51 years of age. The funeral services were held Tuesday. The meeting house was crowded. 70 buggies and wagons followed the remains to their final resting place in the Kaysville Cemetery. He leaves behind a wife and 7 children to mourn his loss.
PHOTO: Theodore Joseph Robins (1847-1898). Veteran Blackhawk War 1866 with Capt. A. Biglers Co. Cavalry. Married Susanna Ellen Ellison on March 3, 1873. Photo courtesy Ancestry.
KAYSVILLE KINKS - #94 IN SERIES - OCTOBER 1898
It is confidently believed that in the near future one of Farmington's leading damsels will come to Kaysville to dwell as one of the young merchant's is making some very elaborate preparations as if the most important event of his life were going to occur.
The Rev. and Mrs. Knox (Presbyterian Church) celebrated their 20th Wedding anniversary on the 17th. They entertained a number of friends.
Mrs. James H. Larkins recently returned from a trip to New York..
Peace Festival for Lafayette Day held in Kaysville - (see photo 1) - A program was rendered and a goodly sum raised for purchasing a site and erecting a National Monument to the memories of those who gave their lives for their country in the Spanish-American War. (Lafayette Day National Peace celebrations held in honor of Spanish American War nearing an end)
Mrs. Elizabeth Gailey, wife of councilman John Wm. Gailey (see photo 2) - died at her elegant home Saturday. Nathan Reeves, T. F. Roueche, John R. Barnes and Bishop Barton spoke at the funeral which was largely attended.
Another of Kaysville's early settlers and respected citizens has passed on to his reward. (see photo 3) Henry Wooley died after a long life of usefulness. He passed at 4pm yesterday of pulmonary troubles. His funeral will be held tomorrow.
Mrs. Celia Raymond (see photo 4) the widow of the late Grandison Raymond Sr. died this morning from general debility and old age. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 11 o'clock.
KAYSVILLE KINKS - #93 IN SERIES - SEPTEMBER 1898
KAYSVILLE KINKS - #92 IN SERIES - AUGUST 1898
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