MAY 1892 - The Brass Band has several new members and is holding regular practice. -- Water is quite plentiful and irrigation has fully begun. -- The school children had a May walk out at Mr. Laycock's farm. -- Mrs. Eva Barber has had a number of business cards printed. She wishes to inform the public she and Miss May Taylor have opened a dress making parlor in Kaysville. -- The Kaysville Creamery having had a large force of men at work on their building for several weeks. The machinery has arrived from Kansas City and is being placed in position. The company has filed Articles of Incorporation and capital stock placed at $3,500. Hyrum Stewart is president; E W Layton VP; Seth C. Jones sec; C W Barnes, Charles Layton, H. J. Sheffield and John W. Gailey form the board of directors. -- Closing exercises of the Presbyterian Mission School were conducted at the chapel last evening. The program was quite interesting. Miss Mitchell and Miss Osborn who have had charge of the school leave for their summer vacation this morning. -- Business is dull. -- The Social and Literary Society will give another ball at the Music Hall tonight. -- Mrs. Edmond Robins (Elizabeth) died at her home on Friday the 20th. The funeral which was largely attended took place in the family residence on Sunday. PHOTO: Ancestry - Edmond Robins (1811-1892) and Elizabeth Welch Robins (1811-1892) They married 2-18-1828 in Cheltenham, Glouster, England. Mr. Robins passed away a few weeks after his wife on 6-8-1892.
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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