AUGUST 25, 1889 - THE SALT LAKE HERALD --
Last night's rains has caused farmers to look happier than they have in the last 3 months. Some have gathered together and are spending their nickles and dimes at Robins Shooting Gallery. --
---- H. J. Sheffield on Monday Sept. 2, will open a general, fancy and staple grocery establishment adjoining the butcher shop of Blamires and Sheffield. This will be the only exclusive grocery store in town and we wish him every success.
------ Watermaster Linford is smiling this morning, the first time in months; the cause is he has not been confronted with one chronic growler yet today stretching the length of time since he had his last turn of the water.
------There is considerable sickness here at present. Miss Carrie Burton has been ill for some time. She has taken a slight change and her friends have now some hopes of her recovery.
------Our Academy is fast nearing completion but the contractors have 60 days spun out, resulting in the 1st academic term having to be commenced in the meeting house, September 2 with Jedediah Taylor of Payson as Principal.
PHOTO: Kaysville Academy, located 100 N 300 W - 1889-1930's
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