OCTOBER 8, 10, 1890
- As was expected Mr. William H. Clow took charge of the Post Office business on Wednesday.
------ The 1st snow of the season fell early yesterday morning.
------ TheTaylor and Layton building is nearly completed. The brick work is finished and Mr. Patillo has just completed the tin roof. They will be opening on November 1. Mr. Layton says they will have a large stock of goods on hand and will be able to make a good showing.
------ The scene on the mountains above Kaysville this season is magnificent. Clothed as they are in every shade of color from crimson to nut brown.
------ At the Primary meeting held in the city hall last Monday George Swan Jr., T. H. Phillips, T. F. Roueche, and C. D. Bennett were elected as delegates to the county convention with Levi Taylor and H. T. Robins as alternates
------ Wm R. Jamieson opened his Gent's Furnishing Goods Store on Tuesday last. He intends to keep in stock everything from a toothpick to a plug hat.
------ The People's Party Political Club held an enthusiastic meeting on Thursday.
------ John G. Linford the young man who accidentely fed his hand into a cylinder of a threshing machine a few weeks ago and had it cut so bad as to necessitate the amputation of the first finger is improving rapidly.
PHOTO: John George Lindford (1870-1917) Ancestry
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