A Lady Station Agent of the Rio Grande Western.
Personal. Social. Business and Amusement–Notes of the Thriving City in Davis County.
- The weather has been very pleasant again the last few days.
- The Kaysville Brick and Tile Manufacturing company have commenced shipping bricks.
- Mr. H. C. Van Meter, George A. Lowe’s amiable agent, has been rustling in Kaysville during the week.
- Several carloads of wheat have been I shipped out of Kaysville recently. The price remains low, however.
- The Western Union company’s lineman, Mr. H. H. Sheldon, and his force of workmen, have been at work at the Union Pacific depot this week “cutting in two” more wires.
- The comedy-drama “Comrades,” drew an unusually large audience to the Music hall on Monday evening last, and the John S. Lindsay dramatic club rendered it in the most approved style.
- The grand calico ball which was given in the Music hah last evening, although not very largely attended, was a most elegant affair throughout. The costumes were very unique and attractive and quite diversified in their make-up. The committee who had charge were Miss Lissa Ball, H. W. Mansell, F. B. Williams and O. A. Williams.
- Mr. J. C. Livingston, ex-station agent for the Rio Grande Western railway company, started with his wife and family lor their old homo in Pittsburg, Kansas, on Thursday. During the time that he has held that office here he has been a zealous worker in the interest of the company, and for the accommodation of its patrons. His successor is Miss R. E. Brown, of Bountiful.
- John G. Linford entertained a large number of his friends last evening at a party given in honor of the twenty-first anniversary of his birth. Dancing and other amusements were indulged in until midnight, when a sumptuous lunch was served. The festivities continued until early morning when the guests departed with best wishes for the welfare of their genial host.
- On Thursday evening the members of the Farmington choir presented the temperance drama, “Ten Nights in a Barroom,” to a small house. The play shows a good moral and most of the parts were handled well. Among those who deserve mention were Mr. E. A. Cottrell as “Joe Morgan,” Mrs. M. E. Brown as “Mrs. Morgan,” and W. Hess as “Sample Swichel.” M.
KAYSVILLE, April 4, 1891