JUNE 1 & 24 1890, SALT LAKE HERALD
- A young man from Farmington would have been the 1st to have the honor of occupying a cell in the city hall, had not his tears been worked upon the feelings of our marshal who had not the heart to close the iron door and therefore released him.
------ The town wore a holiday appearance yesterday morning, the Kaysville Brass Band went to the Depot and escorted the Ogden Cricket Club, which played a friendly game of Cricket with the Kaysville Eleven to the square. Wickets were pitched at 11 o' clock. The game resulted in a great victory for the Ogdens.
------ Grain on the range north of here is ripening fast.
------ John Hill and John Bennett who have been on a business trip in the North returned home yesterday. They report crops in Cache Valley as being fair. Corn and potatoes have been considerably damaged by frost. The Kaysville Brick and Tile Manufacturing Company shipped their first carload of brick last Saturday. They have made a contract to furnish from 30,000 to 50,000 pressed brick for the front of the new Constitution Building at 36 Main Street.
PHOTO BOOK, KAYSVILLE OUR TOWN: Kaysville Brick and Tile Manufacturing Company circa 1890 - was located on 200 N in the area of Davis Co. Library Kaysville Branch, formerly Clover Club Potato Chip Factory. Clay dug from pits near here. L to R Unknown, John Barker, Joseph Bishop, Amos Bishop (will give a bit more history later)
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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