- A drunk of extraordinary combativeness was canned by police Monday, but the door being only temporarily fastened, he escaped and was taken back again.
-- The potato crop is going to be very meager.
-- Honey is not so plentiful as usual. This is largely due to the devastation by grasshoppers. The fruit crop is also much less abundant.
-- According to the last census Kaysville has 510 school children.
-- About noon Saturday Thomas Smith's team ran away while hitched to a sheep wagon. They ran along the main road in the northern part of town and finally ran into another wagon containing 2 persons. A Mrs. Wright from Centerville was seriously hurt.
--Williams Hall will be open by a ball this evening.
-- On the night of the 29th a couple of fellows broke into the Swan and Company Saloon by prying the front door open with an iron bar. They lit the lamps, took out their lunch and thinking themselves so very cool they sat down and enjoyed the pleasant dining room, especially because of the palatable liquid whiskey that was so handy. They carried off with $25 worth of such things they liked best. No arrests have been made.
-- Dr. Ingram is again around tending to his doctor business.
PHOTO: Dr William F. Ingram - (1841-1916) North Davis County's first Saddle Horse Physician/Surgeon, Medical professional for 39 years, Civil War Veteran.
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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