AUGUST 25, 1891 SALT LAKE HERALD - Kaysville watermelons are on the market -- Miss Winnie Miner of Salt Lake, has been in Kaysville visiting her friend Miss Vinnie Larkins -- The Davis County Women's Suffrage Association held an interesting meeting here Thursday afternoon. -- "The Noble Outcast" by the John S. Lindsay Dramatic Company is billed to play here 2 nights in the Music Hall. -- Late yesterday the 12 year old son of John Springer was severely burned on the face and head by the explosion of some powder with which he was playing. It is feared the lad's eyesight will be impaired. -- Mrs. R. W. Barnes and Miss May Barton returned Thursday from a 10 day sojourn at the popular summer resort, Brighton. -- The district schoolhouses are undergoing repairs and receiving a thorough cleaning in preparation to the opening of school. -- A company consisting of John Bonnemort, wife and family, Dr. W. F. Ingram and wife, Misses Millie and Nora Bonnemort, and Miss Katie Roberts started yesterday for a protracted outing on the Weber. The weather permitting they will have an outstanding time. Mr. James H. Larkins and wife started on Thursday for a pleasure trip through Utah. PHOTO: James H. Larkins (1842-1922) Photo courtesy Layton Heritage Museum
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