- S. A. Thompson was arrested for selling liquor without first obtaining the city license ordinance. Robert Thornton went to Mr. Thompson's drug store for the purpose of getting some medicine for a sick horse. Before he departed it was suggested that Brandy was an efficacious remedy for the particular ailment the animal was suffering from. He purchased a half pint and as for the sick horse story it was only a pretext, he of course drank the liquor. Mr. Thompson was found guilty by the jury and was fined $60 and costs.
-- Rosel Hyde who was dangerously ill last week is convalescing and is now considered out of danger. -- The Fraternal excursion to Garfield Beach, Salt Air tomorrow and Thursday will draw considerable patronage from Kaysville. The Union Pacific Railroad will run the excursion. The fair from Kaysville will be 85 cents.
-- At 9 o, clock Tuesday evening Mrs. Hannah Webster died from the effects of old age and general debility. She was the wife of William Webster one of the early settlers of Kaysville and was 76 years of age.
-- James H. Linford Jr., ex superintendent of schools of Davis County and who has been in Kaysville during the summer, starts for Logan, Cache Valley where he will act as an instructor in the BY College there.
PHOTO James Henry Linford Jr. 1863-1941. Married Mary Hooper Blood - photo courtesy Ancestry
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