Septimus Wagstaff Sears

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    Oct 3rd 1885 But the Dimocratit Judg Powers dont want to be out done by a Republican Judge so he de[c]ides the Law will allow him to bring in an Indictmen for Every day during the 3 years, which would make 1095 indictments which would make 6570 months imprisionments or 547 1/2 years and $300 dollars fine for Each Indictment would be $328,500 dollars so they by this ruling they will imprision a Latter Day Saint During Life & take all ...
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    December 1, 1889 ~ Sunday Dec 1, 1889 ^Sunday^ I spent the day at home Ovando was better & spent the day with me I took him home at Night 6 M[iles] December 2, 1889 ~ Monday 2 Recommends signed 19 Received 19 Letters I wrote 24 Letters to Newton & Sarah & co I met with the Z.C.MI Board on S. W. Sears on his stock affairs He finally turn over his stock to ...
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    May 8, 1891 ~ Friday May 8, 1891 I signed 34 Recommends I received 15 Letters I spent a busy day May 9, 1891 ~ Saturday May 9, 1891 [FIGURE] President Harrison visited Salt Lake City And there was a great Demonstration A march to the Park & speeches President Cannon & myself Headed the Pioneers in the prosession several speeches were made I and President Cannon was introduced to President Harrison & shook hands with him The days proced[in]gs was published in all the ...
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    SALT LAKE Chamber of Commerce OFFICERS & DIRECTORS 1892. JNO. W. DONNELLAN, PRESIDENT. HEBER M. WELLS, 1ST VICE [PRESIDENT]. S. W. MORRISON 2ND [VICE] [PRESIDENT] GEO. M. DOWNEY, TREASURER. S. W. SEARS, SECRETARY. DIRECTORS W. H. ROWE, W. H. SHEARMAN, N. A. EMPEY, A. E. DE RICQLES, M. J. GRAY, J. M. RICKETTS, J. H. WHITE,
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    S. W. Sears Feb. 6 [18]93.
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    SALT LAKE Chamber of Commerce OFFICERS & DIRECTORS 1893 W. E. HUBBARD, PRESIDENT. W. H. ROWE, 1ST VICE [PRESIDENT.] J. S. CAMERON, 2ND [VICE] [PRESIDENT] J. H. BACON, TREASURER. S. W. SEARS, SECRETARY. DIRECTORS N. TREWEEK, P. W. MADSEN, H. P. G. COATES, A. H. CANNON, M. J. GRAY, L. P. KELSEY, I. A. BENTON ...
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    W. WOODRUFF, Pres. GEORGE M CANNON, Cashier OFFICE OF ZION'S SAVINGS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY. CAPITAL $200,000. SURPLUS $200,000. Salt Lake City, September 8 1893 Prest. Wilford Woodruff Dear Father: It has been some time since I received your kind letter. Was highly honored to hear from you and very glad you were so well and enjoyimg yourselves so much. All is well at home and everything looks well. There was a large house burned down next to Sep. Sears ...
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    a pleasant time though there were but few there Naomi & I went down to our corn patch last night and pulled about ten bushels of corn in the ear which she is going to dry for winter so if the worst comes we will have corn & bread to eat this winter. Wheat is now quoted at 35 cents per bushel & potatoes @ 20 cents. None of the banks have suspended though thing avalible cash is growing beautifuly less day by day. Business here in the store is gradualy drying up, people confining thin ...
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    St. George Temple July 2 [18]85 Dear Emma, Having a little leasure time this Morning in the Temple, I feel like writing a little to you. I got a letter from Clara the same day you left I have not heard a word from you since you left. I wrote to you all the company which letter I expect you would meet when you get there. I felt anxious to know how you got through I felt better about it when I learned that Wilford took ...