- While at work chopping wood, George D. Bennett met with a very severe and painful accident by cutting his foot with an axe. Dr. Ingram dressed the wound.
-- Miss J. P. Hart, the lady who has charge of the Presbyterian Church School for several years past will return to her home in the East. Miss Osborne will succeed Miss Hart.
-- The very first edition of the newspaper the "Little Clipper" reached Kaysville today. It will be published semi monthly by Lamoni Call at Bountiful.
-- Fair Notes: E. P. Ellison has offered $5 for the best bushel of silver chop winter wheat.
-- Quite a number of Kaysville's young ladies are attending school in Salt Lake this season. Among them: Miss Vinnie Larkins, Misses Minnie and Maude Barnes, Miss Annie Wade, Misses Mattie and Birdie Knowlton, and Misses Jane and Nettie Meredith.
-- The annual exercises and fair of the Primary Association of Kaysville will be held in the Academy Building on Saturday next. A program of songs, recitations, etc. will be rendered in the morning and in the afternoon the children will be given a free dance. The fair will be open all day.
-- About 150 pupils are at present attending the public schools in Kaysville, out of 500 between the ages of 6 and 18 in the district. The 4 teachers presently employed are: J. H. Linford Jr., Miss Clara Saunders, E.M. Whitesides and Miss Caddie Knowlton.
PHOTO: Edward Morris (E.M.) Whitesides 1865-1960 Teacher, Educator. Married Mary Harvey 1892. At the time of his death he lived at 616 Elm St, Layton. This photo taken during his early missionary and teaching years. 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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