February 8, 15, 1891
- The La grippe epidemic (influenza, Spanish Flu) has reached Kaysville.
-- A local weather prophet predicts a July snowstorm. Trust it will fail to materialize.
-- Owing to their inability to procure suitable plays to present, the Kaysville Dramatic Club have not as yet made anymore.
-- Blood and Layton opened their new Butcher Shop. Success to them.
-- The question for debate before the Kaysville Historical and Debating Club is "Resolved:" That England has done more for the colonization of America than have the French. Mrs. Isaac Sears was up from Salt Lake yesterday.
-- Mr. G. F. Patillo, our local tinsmith is wrestling a bad case of La grippe.
-- Mrs. James E. Talmage was up from the capital, Salt Lake visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Barnes. The conjoint session of the Young Mens and Young Ladies Mutual Association will be held next Sunday evening. All invited.
-- Mr. M.O. Johnson manager of the Ogden Wooden Ware Company was in Kaysville last Tuesday on business bent. -- The 8th school district concert billed for next Wednesday promises to be one of the very best entertainment of it's kind. A novel feat will be the broom drill for which the 16 young lady participants have been practicing for several weeks:
PHOTO: The 8th Districts School Program, 2-15-1891 Salt Lake Herald
On August 1, 2018 Kristine decided to begin a series of excerpts from the newspaper called These excerpts were taken from articles about local happenings/gossip/announcements etc. It tells a story and gives a feel for Kaysville back in the day.
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