1891- MAY 3,14,17,31 SALT LAKE HERALD
-- Several new residences are being erected here and judging from the class of young men who are most energetic in these labors, we have reason to believe that a number of Kaysville's fair daughters will be led to the alter before the close of 1891.
-- Members of the Kaysville Historical and Debating Club will meet the young men's Lyceum of Draper. The Question "Resolved: That the Negroes in the United States Have Had More Cause to Complain of Their Treatment by the Whites Than Have the American Indians."
-- James H. Larkins was a passenger to Ogden.
-- It has been several years since we have had such a fine blooming of pear, peach, cherry and apple trees as has taken place this year. Kaysville's architect William Allen is at work on plans for a $10,000 commercial and bank building to be erected in Farmington.
-- John C. Jamison and Orton A. Williams opened their Ice Cream and Confectionery Parlor this week. -- The school children were out for a May walk yesterday. They had an enjoyable time. Upon returning they were met at the Academy Building by H. E. Lewis, our photographer who took their photograph in a group.
-- This time it is R. W. Burton's turn to be happy. On Thursday morning his wife presented him with an 11 pound baby boy.
-- Reverend E. M. Knox of the Kaysville Presbyterian Church preached up the conditions on which God will bless his people.
-- Quite a number of young people spent an enjoyable time last Monday evening as guests of Misses Minnie and Maude Barnes. They were entertained in royal style and the evening was passed as most enjoyable.
PHOTO: Left: Minnie Barnes 1872-1947 Married Henry H. Blood (Utah Governor) in 1895. Right: Emily Maude Barnes 1875-1951 Married George E. Barton 1900. Daughters of John R. and Emily Stewart Barnes. Photos courtesy Ancestry.
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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