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Memoranda 1898


Jan. 3. 1898

Received to day from Relief Society Uintah, Weber Co. per Mrs. M A [Mary Ann Mansell] Warner Treasurer on Subscription to Exponent for four years to date

$4.

00 (four dollars)

also stamps from

’50

paid out for tin bucket (water)

’20

for Quaker oats

’15

for mailing

’91

from Dr. R. B. Pratt for book

Ellen B. [Battelle] Dietrick

75

from Dr. Pratt <’25> & Emily S. [Tanner] Richards <’25>

towards Books– S. M. [Sarah M. Granger] Kimball

50

spent car fare

10

gave Sister Mary A. Farnsworth for car fare

.

50

Received order on Des. News from Jos. S Tingey for book

2.

00

Received on rent for Reaper’s Club

(1.

00)

for bread Expense

25

Crackers

05

Sundries

25

Commenced to take milk from Page today

[p. 41] {p. 7}

Jan. 4. 1898

Paid out cakes

’05

’ car fare

’05

on picture mat

’05

oranges (three) 5 cts. each

15

stamps (one cent)

05

Paregoric

10

books Mrs. Dietrick

1.

50

P. O. Orders

’09

book for Q. [George Q. Cannon] Peter Stuyvesant

’85

Candy

’05

2.

89

Presented Josephine Spencer with one of my books lavender and white price $1.50– She gave me her poem written for the Jubilee to publish Letter from Emily G [Till] Cluff with two years Subscription 2.00 [p. 42] {p. 8}

Expense Jan. 5. 1898

bread <’05> apples <’10> bacon <’25> eggs <15>

’55

Paid office rent for January

10.

00

Picture (water color) wedding present Pearl Russell

1.

50

stamps for books sent away and letters & paper to Dr. Cannon)

’25

Oranges

15

[p. 46] {p. 11}

Expense Magazine

’15

bread <5> cranberries 10 P. O. Order

05

Total

30

Candy

10

Total

40

Emma for mailing

1.

50

Total

1.

90

cranberries 10

Mrs. Farnsworth

___

10

Total 2.10

2.

00

[p. 51] {p. 16}

31. Book for Louise

1.

00

Rent of office July

10.

00

mailing & stamps

4.

00

pens <’10> ink <’10> pencils <’20>

’40

magazines Century <35> Munseys <10>

45

Harper’s Bazaar (4) <40> New England <25>

65

Ladies Home Journal & Herald

25

Newspapers

20

Maine Memorial

15

4610

16.

10

75

15

80

46.85

35

47.20

13

95

Ticket to Lake

25

46.

10

[p. 70] {p. 35}

Paid out in July for help & washing wages & car fare

wages <keeping office while I was in Denver> to Pearl Russell Fernstrom

3

00

work two weeks & a half

5

00

car fare Pearl

1.

20

Constance Irwin 2 weeks

4.

00

car fare Constance

1.

60

washing

1.

00

Total for work

15,

80

ribbon <10> towel <25> lemon squeezer 10 cup 5

35

___

15

16.

30

House expense

hoe <25> broom <35> wash board <25> soap <25> boiler <85>

1.

95

boiler tub <1,50> flat irons <60> sauce pan– <20>

2.

30

coal oil <50> sugar, <75> lemons, <60> camphor & alcohol <90> 90

2.

75

fruit <1.00> tea, <40> coffee, <20> cocoa, <20> codfish <20>,

2.

00

towel flour <1.40>, butter, <80> meat <65>

2.

85

bread <1.25> salt <5> vinegar <35> potatoes <5> crackers <40>

2.

10

rice <25> wood <25> soda <15>, matches, <5> pepper <5>

.75

13.

95

___

75

14.

70

[p. 71] {p. 36}

August

1)

Rent of office

10.

00

3

baby’s ring

1.

50

3

spoon Isabel Harrison

1.

00

3

Exponent binding

18

picture Mell

2.

00

Express on picture

.60

2

Groceries etc

20

8

Mailing

2.

00

Agents books

40

pencils <15> note <1> paper <10> ink <10> pens <10>

45

Journals

40

magazine <5> magazine <10> [magazine]1 <15>

30

1 cent stamps Aug. 1– Ex

2.

10

2 [cent stamps]2

1.

50

Postage other matter

.70

Office Exponent binding

1.

50

Book Cuba

2.

50

1 cent stamps mailing

2.

40

26

Gifts for children

35

27

[Gifts for children]3

20

[p. 72] {p. 37}

August house expense

1.

Constance

2.

00

11.

Groceries

1.

00

medicine

.

75

2

Groceries

20

3

[Groceries]4

75

4

[Groceries]

35

5

[Groceries]

45

6

[Groceries]

35

8

Constance

2.

00

"

Groceries

30

9

[Groceries]

70

10

[Groceries]

65

15

Constance

2.

00

15 <& 16/>

Groceries "5 (milk)

1.

80

17

[Groceries]

1.

15

18

[Groceries]

.

70

19

[Groceries]

1.

25

20

car fare Constance

1.

20

22 & 23

Groceries

1.

40

24

[Groceries]

25

25

[Groceries]

20 <85>

26

20

27

75 <85>

[p. 73] {p. 38}

August

29

Office stamps

10

30

[Office stamps]6

30

"

Bazaar

10

stamps

50

Sep. Constance 2 weeks

4.

00

Stamps

.

25

[Stamps]7

10

car fare to Cannon Ward

15

8

magazine <25> pencil <5> note book <10)>

.

40

stamps

.

50

9 & 11

– newspapers

.

10

12

Constance

2.

00

"

telegram <25>– revenue stamps <5>

.

30

12

carrying mail <25> stamps <1,30>

1

55

13

paid postage <2.00> magazines <.35>

2.

35

"

stamps 35. note book <10> brown paper <5>

50

"

Rent for September

10.

00

[p. 76] {p. 39}

August

29

Groceries (sugar <25> veal <15> bread <5> cakes <5> lye <10>)

60

30

grapes <5> fish <10>

15

31.)

bread 10 <5> cakes 5

10. 150

Sep. 1.)

butter <25> dried beef

10.

35

[Sep.]8 2)

bread <5> steak <10> buns <5> "

20

[Sep.] 3)

coal oil <25> "9 eggs <20>– potatoes <5>

[Sep. 3]

bread <5> tomatoes <5>– tea <20> veal <20>

[Sep. 3]

candy <10>

1.

10

[Sep.] 5)

butter <25> sundries <15>

.

40

[Sep.] 6)

bread <5> cheese <5> crackers <5> bacon <10>

25

[Sep.] 6)

candy <25> eggs <10>

35

7)

meat <15> sardines at Lake <35>

50

8)

sugar <25> oat meal <10> candles <15> butter <25>

75

8)

lunch for Sister Horne Annie & so on

25

8)

soap <5> bread <10>– eggs <10> lunches <10>

35

8)

car tickets <1.00 wood 25

1. <1.>

00 <25>

12

cod fish <25> steak <25> sugar <1.00> soap <25> cake <5>

1.

80

13

tomatoes 5 potatoes <5> bread <5> liver <10>

.

25

13

grapes 10, butter <25>

.

35

14

Sundries for Annie <40> candy <5> tablets <20>

65

14

bread 5

_____

5

8

95

[p. 77] {p. 40}

1.

00

1.

70

stamp

75

magazines

20

pencil

5

pie

10

cream puff

10

bread

.

5

wood

25

car tickets

60

oranges

20

apples

5

steak

15

coal oil 25–

1

60

[p. 79] {p. 41}

September 1898

16

stamps <for> mailing

.

35

stamps used extra

.

14

17

medicine & candy

.

20

20

magazine <10> stamps <10>

.

20

21

Twilight Dreams <1.00> gift tickets

20

to Richard Shipp & wife10

1.

00

22

in Sundries for Annie & children

25

25

Constance

2.

00

27

stamps

1,

00 <10>

"

Magazines

20

27

Stamps

10

28

stamps <50> gloves <2.00>

2.

50

22.

tickets

1.

00

29.

stamps <30> Holmes poems Louise <1.25>

2.

05 <15>

30

stamps <25> Munsey’s <10>

35

stamps

50

Oct. 1.

Internal Revenue stamps

.

10

P.O. Order

3’ <3’>

00 <05>

Oct. 3

Constance

2.

00

[p. 80] {p. 42}

September 1898 8.95

15.

liver <10> dried beef <10> bacon <15>

35

"

cakes <5> grapes <10> apples <5>

20

16

apples. <5> eggs. 20 tomatoes <5>

30

17

crackers <10> & ginger snaps, <5> bannannas <10>

25

|for Annie’s children|11

20

bacon <15> liver <10> <eggs for Annie>12

25

18 <17.>

veal <15> bread <10> crackers <5>

30

18 <19>

tea <25> butter <25> coffee <15>

65

21.

bread, <5> tomatoes, <5> sugar <25> candy <10>

65 <45>

milk <50> eggs 10 ham <10>

70

(3

85

22

sugar <50> bread <5> 55

(4

40

23

sundries 15 pork steak <15>

30

24

butter <25> eggs, <10> veal <20> bread <5> crackers <5>

65

26.

sausage <10>– cheese <10> bread <5>

25

27

beefsteak <15> tomatoes <5> rice <25> codfish <25>

70

27

cakes for children <15>

15

28.

bacon <10> pie <5> bread

15

29.

lunch for Constance <20>

30

meat <15> bread <5> butter <25> dried beef <10>

50

1585

6.

90

800

—15.

85

2385

[p. 81] {p. 43}

October

1.

stamps ’30. magazine ’25.—

55

3

[stamps]13 50 [magazine] 10

60

medicine 25

85

"

mending spectacles

25

"

magazine <10>– [magazine]14 <15> pens <5>

30

6

veil & hairpins

50

7

sealing wax <10> magazine <15>

20 <25>

8

magazine <10> medicine <25>

<35> 55

10

magazine

10

10

Constance

2.

25

11

dress lining etc

4.

25

12

garments etc

4.

50

13

Emmie

2.

00

13

silk lining

2.

70

13

stamps <30> book <10>

40

13

French 1 month 8 lessons

1.

00

14

agents books Regina Pond

15

15

Gov. Wells packages

25

<19> 14

Emily W. Sears

4.

00

15

tickets

40

16 <19>

picture for Dot

1

20

ink <10> pens <5> stamps <1.20>

1

35

stamps <25> stockings <30> Guild <10>

,

65

[p. 82] {p. 44}

October

1

bread <5> crackers <5> meat <15> apples <10>—

.’

35

3

[bread]15 <5> [crackers] <5> potatoes <5> candles <25>

35 <40>

"

eggs <10>— tea <25>

35

4

sausage <10> bread <5> crackers, <5> peppermints <10>

30

5

steak <15>– tomatoes <5>

6

ham <10> dried beef <10> eggs <10> milk <50>

80

7

bread <5> meat <15> crackers <5> grapes

40

8

bread <5> meat <15> sweet potatoes

30

10

milk <50> coal oil <25>–

75

9

candy <35> Annie’s children

35

11’

lunch <10> sausage <5>

15

12

bread <5> crackers <5> cheese <5> candy <5>

20

13

lunch <50> bacon <15> butter <25> candles <25>

1.

15

13

ton of coal

4.

50

14

15

coal oil <25> matches <10> sugar <25> bread <5>

.

65

15

steak <15> eggs <10>

25

16

candy Annie’s children

35

16

[candy]16 cr[e]ams

5

17

salt beef <15> tea <25> lunch <35>

40 <75>

18

bread <5> lunch <10>

15

19

buns <5> dried beef <10>

15

20

washing <50>– lunch <55>

1.

25

[p. 83] {p. 45}

October 1898

20.

velvet

3,

00

20.

lace

3.

00

20.

feathers

75

20.

shoes mended

25

28

souvenir spoon Belle <Omaha>

1.

25

[p. 84] {p. 46}

October 1898

[p. 85] {p. 47}

<Nov. 2>

<Emmie>

<2.>

<00>

November 1898

Apples

20

codfish

25

candles

25

coal oil

25

Wood

50

tea

25

crackers

15

currant cake

25

bread

15

butter

30

sausage

5

steak

15

liver

10

cheese

5

milk

50

washing

50

26

Apples <10> eggs <25> fish <10> veal <15>

60

"

sausage <50> sundries

1.

00

"

coal oil <25> candles <25>

50

28

bread <5> dried beef <10>

15

milk <50> pork <5> cakes <5> ginger ale <5> cheese <5>

70

eggs <25> ham <10>

35

9.

30

[p. 86] {p. 48}

<Nov. 10.>

<Emmie>

<2.>

<00>

November 1898

Nov. 17

Emmie

2.

00

St. R. R.17 book

2.

00

picture for Belle

3.

00

stamps one cent

1.

70

[stamps]18 2 [cent]

.

70

paper <5> ribbon <5> ribbon <40> tulle <35>

.

85

curtains done up 4 pairs

2.

00

23

Emmie

2

00

Nov. 22 <21>

flannel waist

2.

00

20 <30>

candles <&> candlesticks for office <25>

25

29

stamps <25> ink <10> silk paper <5>

40

Post office on mailing

1.

00

19.

90

9

30

29.

20

2 books makers of Venice & Florence

1.

25

[p. 87] {p. 49}

December 1898

Dec. 1

Relaying my carpet upstairs <Furniture Store Main St.>

1.

00

4

stamps

20

5

magazines messenger <Bobbie 25>

48 <45>

6

neck scarf <Adeline> <65> stamp <25>

90

7

picture checkmated <1.50> stamps <25>

4. <1.>

85 <75>

"

newspaper Wrappers <30> books

.

30

"

makers of Florence <&> Makers <Venice>

1.

25

"

Flowers

50

"

P.O. Mailing

1.

00

8

stamps <50> stamps <25>

75

9

stamps <20>

20

10

creams <5>

.

5

7

paid Emmie <2.00> Pearl <50>

2.

50

29.

car fare Emmie <60> bread <5> oranges <& apples 15> steak <15>

95

’10

bread <5> chicken <35> steak <20>

29

coal oil <25> magazines <20>

60

apples <10> grapes <5> cheese <5>

20

17

crackers <5> bread <5> bacon <15>

25

18

Pearl <50> & 5

.

55

19

apples <’5> lemons <’10> cakes <’10>

25

21

Stamps <’50,> eggs <’20> car fare Louise <’10> ribbon <’15> paper <’5>

1.

00

28

stamps <75>, ham <10> wood <25>

[p. 88] {p. 50}

December 1898

Dec. 1

<bread 5> sugar <25> butter <30> apples <10>–

.65 <70>

3

mackerel <20> white fish <10> bread <5> rolls <5>

40

5

6

peppermint creams <10> cakes & <cheese 15>

25

7

meat 25. bread <5–05>

35

8

lunch <10> coal oil <25> candles <25>

.

60

9

bread <5>

17

paper <10> stamps <20> magazine <15>

45

19 <17>

coal oil <25> milk <30> candles <25>

1.

00

18 <19>

ton of coal

4.

50

20

currant cake <25> stamps & pens etc <30>

.

55

21

veal <10> apples <10> bread <5> sundries <25>

.

50

"

grate <30> Emmie <2.00> coal oil <25>

2.

55

20

milk <50> lamp chimney <10>

50 <60>

22

steak <10> candy <15> curtains washed <2.00>

2.

25

23

chicken <35> cake <35> buns crackers <&> cheese <15>

.

85

23

books for Marion & Katharine

1.

50

stamps one cent

1.

00

23

bread <5> car fare Emmie <30>

35

24.

book for Emmeline’s birthday

50

27.

bread <5> buns, <5> cheese <5> apples <10> pie <10> crumcakes <5>

40

[p. 89] {p. 51}

December 1898

Ginger cakes <5> fruit cake <35> apples <10>, dried beef <10> eggs <35> chicken <40> candles <15>, candy <40> peppermint creams <10> bread <5>

Samantha at Saratoga <20>

2’

25

2.

50

11.

80

14

35

28.

65

[p. 90] {p. 52}

Constance Irwin

July 18, 1898

2.

00

[July]19 25

2.

00

Aug. 1

2.

00

[Aug.] 8

2.

00

[Aug.] 15

2.

00

[Aug.] 22

2.

00

[Aug.] 29

2.

00

Sept. 5

2.

00

[Sept.] 12

2.

00

[Sept.] 19

2.

00

[Sept.] 26

2.

00

Oct. 3

2.

00

Oct. 10

2.

00 <25>

24.

25

Milk

2.

50

car fare

4.

50

[p. 174] {p. 89}

Oct. 12 1898

E.W.S. [Emma Wells Sears]

[E.W.S.]20 19

2.

00

[E.W.S.] 26

2.

00

Nov. 2

2.

00

[Nov.] 9

2.

00

[Nov.] 16

2.

00

[Nov.] 23

2.

00

[Nov.] 30

2.

00

Dec. 7

2.

00

[Dec.] 14

2.

00

[Dec.] 21

2.

00

[Dec.] 28

2.

00

Total expense

22.

00

washing

3.

00

carfare E.

4.

00

milk

2.

00

[p. 175] {p. 90}

during September

Lent to Annie–

15.

75

5,

00

1,

00

2,

00

paid Oct. 3.

6.

00

17.

75

all paid Nov. 4. 6. 9.

[p. 176] {p. 91}

Memoranda

Ladies invited by letter to my house January 21. 1898 Zina D. H. Young, B. W. Smith Jane S. Richards, S. M. Kimball M. I. Horne A. J. Crocheron Susan Grant Priscilla P. Jennings Julia C. Howe Lydia D. Alder Mary A. Freeze Ella W. Hyde Ruth M. Fox L. L. Greene Richards Emma Woodruff Mary P. Silver J. P. M. Farnsworth Margaret Y. Taylor M. Hughes Cannon Julia Farnsworth Amelia F. Young Clara C. Cannon Sarah Jane Cannon Emily S. Richards Elmina S. Taylor Carrie S. Thomas Ellis R. Shipp R. B. Pratt Maria W. Wilcox Elizabeth H. Clawson Lizzie S. Wilcox Annie T. Hyde Georgie F. Young Phebe C Young Margaret A. Caine Emily H Woodmansee Isabel M. Sears Annie W. Cannon J. P. M. Farnsworth Susan Brooks Isabel S. Buchholz L. L. Sears Emily W. Sears Louise B. Cannon Margaret Cannon [p. 398] {p. 306}

letter register

Aug 28. name

received

answered

[Aug. 28]21 to Miss Anthony

Rochester <New York>

answered

[Aug. 28] to Mrs. Card

Cardston <Canada>

[answered]

29. John Q. Cannon

Jacksonville Florida

30. Fanny Cole’s sister

Oberton Ohio

31. Ann C. Woodbury

St. Georg Utah

[p. 399] {p. 307}

addresses

<Mrs.> Thomas A. Whalen 2532. Jefferson Ave. <Ogden>

Mary Fels

Abbotsford Ave.

Germantown,

Phila– Pa–22

Mrs. Julia B. Nelson Jonesboro Tennessee

Mrs. M. B. Haven) 287. Erie St. Cleveland Ohio

Marilla R. Clark 46. East Lorain St. Oberlin– Ohio

Mrs. Cole’s Sister’s address

Mary Moody Pugh

256. 9 St. Mary’s Ave

Omaha

Mrs. Camilla Cobb

59. Center St.

City [p. 400] {p. 308}

Gave Hebe Wells Picture tinted green “Hesitation”

birthday Aug. 11. 1898

Gave Mell picture Aug. 18 <1898> Musings

Sent Money 10.00 ten dollars23

[Sent Money]24 6.75

Omaha Woman’s Club Rooms

First Congregational Church

Corner 19th. & Davenport Sts.

Omaha, Nebraska–

Gave Belle spoon from Omaha & picture “Au Revoir” Medalion

went there to dinner Nov. 2/98

her birthday fifty years old

the Misses Carty

263 Jarvis St.

Toronto– Canada [p. 401] {p. 309}

Lent Alfred Lamboune [Lambourne] Books “The Sowers” & Love Affairs of Famous Men Jan. 28. 1898

Returned the book Feb. 4. 1898

25Manon Buck

La Porte Indiana

Saturday evening July 9, 1898.

“Vacation Warbles” my own composition.

Sang “Sweetheart” “Last Night” & “Sweetest Story Ever Told”– Played several peices all from memory– [p. 402] {p. 310}

Postals 8 Verona, Pallas, Delia Mell, Hiram Mrs, Parry, Humphrey Mortinson

postals to Lucy, Pallas & Lula G. R. [p. 403] {p. 311}

memoranda

date

dolls.

cts.

one cent stamps

2

60

(tens fives & twos

3.

00

12

one cent stamps

.

15

13

candles P. Order & stamp

05

"

Hanging Pictures etc

1.

00

"

Office paper etc.

,

30

18

ink & note paper & envelopes

50

19

Jean Ingelows Poems

’75

20.

Booklets for Party

7.

50

24

pens envelopes etc

.

50

24

Ladies Home Journal Feb.

10

"

penknife– & sundries

.

90

"

From St. George by agent

40

00

paid Deseret News

Feb. 4

pens <’5> stamps <1.00> mailing <1.24>

2.

29

5

magazine Intelligence

.

25

8

magazine <15> paid Pearl <85>

1.

00

17

Paid Des. News

17

80

paid name on Directory <in hall>

.

50

Stamps etc.

.

35

12

stamps Emmie (work) <1.50>

1

25

13

The Club Woman <Boston>

1.

00

14

office expense <&> stamps

1.

00

17

Dispatch to Press Ass’n

.

95

[p. 404] {p. 312}

date

dolls.

cts.

13

Lucy A. Clark paid for her book

1.

25

14

M. M. Daniels (more)

75

"

Elizabeth Wall Book

1.

25

14

E. D. Brown book

1.

25

1.

25

14

Provo Sisters donation

5.

40

14

On Exponent

9.

50

Hannah Sorenson Ex

2

00

17

Reaper’s Club back pay

2

.00

17

C. S. Thomas books

25

12.

Mrs. Jennings per Mrs. Hindley

1.

00

"

Emeline Wells book

1.

50

Feb. 4.

Mary P. Silver on Mrs. Shepherd’s

.

25

7

Kate Wells– book of poems

1.

25

"

Georgie F. Young [book of poems]26

1.

50

Br. Hiram E. W. C.

2.

00

Feb 10.

paid for name in Directory

.

5027

for Spirit of 76.

1

00

stamps & wrappers

1.

40

Paper & Envelopes. Exponent

4

00

"

Paid Directory

5.

00

Paid assessment on club

.

40

Daughters of the Revolution

5.

00

[p. 405] {p. 313}

bills receivable

1898

date

name

dolls.

cts.

Oct. 10

C. S. Thomas

Reaper’s Club rent

2

50

.

U. W. P. C.28 rent

6

00

Oct. 31.

O U. W. P. C. R. B. Pratt

[p. 406] {p. 314}

bills payable

1898

date

name

dolls.

cts.

Paid Rent January

10.

00

[Paid Rent]29 February

10.

00

1897

[Paid Rent] March

10.

00

November 10.00)

April

10.

00

December 10.00)

May

10.

00

June

10.

00

July

10.

00

August

10.

00

September

10.

00

October

10.

00

November

10.

00

December

10.

00

[p. 407] {p. 315}

cash account—january

date

received

paid

1.

carfare

30

2

house expense

85

"

Books E. B. D. [Ellen Batelle Dietrick] (order)

2

00

1.

50

2

car fare M. A. F. [Mary Ann Farnsworth] stamps

’50

60

3

Sundries On Exponent

4.

00

45

4

Emily G. Cluff

2

00

1

40

5

Office rent Jan.

10.

00

"

sundries

2

05

6

Sundries

2

10

7

House Expense

55

8

[House Expense]30

55

9

coal oil

25

10

Sundries

15

11.

[sundries]

80

12

wood, picture hooks <etc>

1.

00

13

candles lunch eggs etc.

85

14

cab fare Provo

25

15

House expenses

60

15

paid on Printing

23.

45

17

Sundries & coal oil

55

18

House Expense

40

19

Rock Spring one ton Coal

4.

5031

[Rock Spring one ton Coal]32

1

15

20

House Expense 1.00)

2

55 <’20>33

21.

[House Expense 1.00)]

3.

00

[21.]

Mrs. Baker work

75.

[p. 408] {p. 316}

cash account—january

date

received

paid

22

Car book

2.

15

24

dinner <candles &> coal oil

.

65

washing

50

[washing]34 later –

50

26.

tea <20> Sundries <60>, candy <5>

85

"

balm <25>– booklet <25>

+

50

"

brandy 50

50

"

to E. S. Taylor on books <for S. M. K.> [Sarah M. Granger Kimball]

80

27

medicine

20

cakes

05

paid printers

14.

25

28.

eggs <30> candy <10>

.

40

29.

Pearl for mailing

1.

20

"

House expense

.

25

Received one in tithing

2.

00

30

wood to Eugene

,

25

Mell C. Woods

2.

00

[p. 409] {p. 317}

cash account—february

date

received

paid

1

Rubber horse for <Cavendish>

.

35

"

Washing Mrs. Price

.

50

2

Candy

.

10

3

coffee for Strangers

.

30

"

candles coal oil etc.

.

65

4.

apples <10.> p. sundries <45>

.

55

5

eggs <.30> candy <5>

35

6

Milk bill Jan. <’75> paid <Page>

1.

00

7

Expense house pills

35

8

dress for Em <Cannon> & sundries

1

65

"

Gave stamps Mrs. Hawkes

.

24

"

Tablets <25> medicine Kate–

50

10

tulle va gloves <car> sundries <book>

4.

25

11

coal oil <.25>

12

Sundries <50>

75

Sundries <25> & stamps <50>

.

75

13

for help with the mailing

50

17

Sundries

.

35

14

Valentines

55

coal oil & wood

.

50

18

Stamps <1.00> cakes etc. & fruit

1

20

19

gloves <1.50>– candles & matches <20>

1.

70

Mending jewelry

50

fruit crackers & medicine

70

[p. 410] {p. 318}

cash account—february

date

received

paid

2

Exponent

4.

00

3

Exponent

4

00

Book’s <1.50> & <’50>

–2.

00

4

Exponent

5

J. E. T. [Joseph E. Taylor] <3.00> R. S. 7th. Ward <1.00>

Hyrum <2.00> Total

6.

00

Mrs. Colain <2.00> Exponent

2.

00

Exponent

2.

00

Exponent

3.

00

Exponent Des. News

40

00

[Exponent Des. News]35

17

80

butter <20> car fare <25>

.

4536

candles <15> mailing <50>

.

65

coal oil bread &

cakes, sugar & tea

80

28

Flowers <5.00> ribbon <75>

5.

75

[p. 411] {p. 319}

cash account—march

date

received

paid

car fare

1537

2

gloves <1.50> book <25>

1.

75

Mornings in Florence

Draft for D. & R.

2.

00

stamps

10

paper & picture & <Journal>

35

car fare

.

25

Car[,] book

2.

15

7

wood, tea, coal oil

.

70

8

magazine

.

15

.

15

6

Emma for work

1.

00

medicine

.

25

[medicine]38

.

50

10

Purse for Daniel

25

16

candles <15> handkerchief <.25>

40

Sundries

55

candy <10> crackers <5>

15

17

Emma

1

50

"

Book Coraleone39 John & Annie

1

75

"

carnations

35

Sundries

35

[p. 412] {p. 320}

cash account—march

date

received

paid

Exponent

Books

From com. for <stamps>

4.

20

12

Book Sanpete

1.

25

16

Susa Y. Gates

2.

00

"

Alice [Bennion] Harker

1

25

16

Exponent (Webber)

1

25

Verona

2.

00

Lutie F. Davies

1.

25

[p. 413] {p. 321}

cash account—april

date

received

paid

8

coal 1 ton

4.

50

2

Pearl

1.

20

3

Paid (Emmie

1.

00

tea (Eugene

.

25

To Emmie

1

80

To Pearl R. Fernstrom

3

00

"

Conference week [To Pearl R. Fernstrom]40

3

60

Lunches

1.

00

Candles

.

45

Oil

.

50

bacon

.

15

eggs

.

25

butter

.

25

Paid Wood

.

25

Trees Box Elders

1.

00

one Apple

.

50

one peach & one pear

.

70

dress for Market Margaret

1

20

Lining for waist

40

flowers Mrs. Salisbury

1.

00

14

book birthday

.

65

"

Receipt books

.

60

"

The Dutch Republic

1

50

19.

Handkerchief initial for John Q.

50

[p. 414] {p. 322}

cash account—april

date

received

paid

20

carnations for <Aunt Zina>

.

35

dinner & soda

.

30

21

sundries

25

21

oranges

.

10

21.

Review N. A.41

50

22

stamps

.

20

"

Sundries & candles

.

45

23

ink <15> stamps, <30> candy <10>

.

55

"

oranges <25> sundries <35>

.

55

"

Pearl mailing

.

60

26

Pearl [mailing]42

1.

10

"

Emily [mailing]

2

00

"

Book for Society

15

"

Receipt Book

15

"

Stamps [mailing]

1.

00

27.

candy <20>, carrying mail <25>

.

45

[p. 415] {p. 323}

cash account—may

date

received

paid

making silk waist

5.

00

[p. 416] {p. 324}

cash account—june

date

received

paid

Shoes

1.

40

Hotel bed

50

dinner Hotel

75

Hotel bed returning

50

dinner

75

candles & crackers

20

fruit & candy

20

Logodont & tablets

1,

25

Stockings

.

35

Lace & sundries

1.

35

newspapers

.

25

Extras breakfast & so on

85

[p. 418] {p. 325}

cash account—june

date

received

paid

Paid Lucile

4.

00

mailing

1.

25

carrying mail

.

25

Emmie for help

1.

50

street car fare & stamps

2.

50

Rent for June

10.

00

Emmie house & yard

1.

25

car fare & sundries

3.

10

Co-op groce[r]ies

3.

10

Lunches <55> candy <25> soda water <15>

95

[p. 419] {p. 326}

cash account—july

date

received

paid

Pearl one week

2.

00

one week

2.

00

carfare Pearl

1.

20

for keeping office in my absence

3.

00

on Subscription Rec’d

5.

25

July 31

car fare Constance

1

20

Constance

2.

00

wash board <25>

2543

broom <35>

35

soap <25> saucepan

45

bacon <15> veal <15>

30

bread <5> hams <5> soda <5>

15

sardines <25> ham <10>

35

eggs <50> fruit <20>

70

lemons <20> lemons <40>

60

30

ticket to Lake

25

24

gave to the Maine

15

[p. 420] {p. 327}

cash account—july

date

received

paid

25

Paid Constance

2.

00

"

milk

.

50

26.

codfish <20> & vinegar <35>

.

55

magazines <20> pens <5>

.

25

matches <5> pepper <5>

.

10

sugar <25>– coffee <20>

.

45

bread <5> buns <5>

.

10

car fare <10>– Ribbon <10>

.

20

candy <5>– soda <15>

.

15

root beer <5>– cake <5>

.

10

27

_Rec’d Mrs. [Kate Waller] Barrett

1.

00

"

[Rec’d]44 Ann [Green] Knell

2.

00

steak <10>, car fare <10>

20

soda <5> book <1.00> (Louise)

1.

05

veal <15> potatoes <5>

.

20

wash board <25> & broom <35,>

60

hoe <25> bacon <15>

.

40

lemons <10> camphor <25>

35

tea <20>– hoe <25>

45

28.

Rosa [Campbell] Köch

.

75

29

Ruth M. Fox

3.

00

"

Annie paid me

2

90

To Belle for car tickets

1.

20

31.

stamps letters

14

[p. 421] {p. 328}

cash account—august

date

received

paid

<1

Constance

2.

00>

1

Mrs. Barratt

4.

50

1

[Mrs.]45 [Margaret Cruickshank] Morrison

2

00

1

Mrs. [Mary Harris] Limb

1.

00

1

Groceries etc

1.

00

2

Medicine

75

"

cakes <15> magazines <5> soda <5>

25

3

butter <25> lemons, <15> bread <5>

45

"

coal oil <25> ring for baby <1.50>

1.

15

"

spoon for Isabel

1.

00

"

book binding Hague

1.

50

"

stamps for mailing

29

4

[stamps for mailing]

7

"

potatoes, <5> veal, <10> berries <5> crackers <5>

25

"

sundries <15> Harper’s Bazar <10>

25

5

egg’s <10> sugar <25.> Candles <15>

.

50

"

stamps <1.00> pencil <5> bread <5>

1

10

"

W. C. T. U.46 <.25>

6

meat <30> tomatoes <5,>

35

"

magazines <20> stamps <50>

70

8

Wages to Constance

2.

00

"

Post Office mailing

2.

00

"

Eggs <10> dried beef <10> lunch

10

9

candy <5> bread <5,> cakes <5> grapes <5>

20

"

bacon <15> Mrs. Pratt <50> medicine <55>

1.

20

10

nut food <50> meat <10> cakes <5>

65

29

Julia Druce

1

25

stamps etc

2.

20

<29

Constance wages

2.

00>47

<31.

Stamps

50.>48

[p. 422] {p. 329}

cash account—august

date

received

paid

Aug. 2.

Mell

5,

00

6

Fanny Brown

1.

00

6

E. [Elizabeth Cooper] Pixton

1.

00

749

S. [Sophia Smith] Sharp

1.

25

7

Mrs. [Elizabeth Taft] Webb

1.

00

8

Mrs. [Mary Price] Hyde Sanpete

1.

00

9

Sundries <25> picture <100>

1

25

1

25

10

Charlotte [Pincock] Ballard

2

00

12

Expense Postage

45

15

returning [Postage]50

25

15

Constance wages

2

00

"

Verona

5

00

"

picture Musings Mell’s birthday

2.

00

"

Express

.

60

"

Groceries <80> milk <50>

1.

30

17

sundries <25> Groceries <40>

.

65

17

medicine <50> wrappers & postals

1

05

"

Mrs. Woolley

1

00

"

[Emma Bentley] Woolley Kanab

1.

70

"

Stephens Ogden

2.

00

18

sugar, <25> candles <15> sundries <20>

55

19

butter, <25> meat, <50> sundries <30>

1

25

20

books for agents <40>

candy <45> car fare <1.10> sundries <155>

3.

00

23 & 24

Sundries

25

22.

paid Constance

2.

00

<25

Sundries

.20>51

<Sundries

.75>

<31.

Sundries

10>

<29

Sundries

80>

[p. 423] {p. 330}

cash account—september

date

received

paid

Sep. 2

Mrs. Mary [McKay] Mair Sub

2

50

[Sep.]52 3

Jane [Heath] Silcock Sub.

4

00

"

Agnes [Park] Child Sub.

1.

25

"

Emma [Hansen] Terry [Sub.]

1.

00

"

Jeannette Young [Sub.]

1.

00

"

Geo. M. Cannon

1.

00

"

M. J. [Mary Jane Cornwall] Atwood gift

50

5

M. J. [Mary Jane Lake] Taylor

5.

50

"

E. G. Woolley

2.

13

"

Elizabeth Berry

1.

00

"

Catharine [Hunsaker] Winward– stamps

2.

00

[p. 424] {p. 331}

cash account—september

date

received

paid

3

Magazine McClure’s

.

10

stamps

25

5

Constance Irwin

2.

00

Paid in September of money lent to I. M. W. [Isabel M. Whitney]

25.

00

[p. 425] {p. 332}

cash account—october

date

received

paid

Sep.

Verona M. Hillard given)

2.

5053

Mell C. Woods & given)

Sep.

Daisie D. Allen given)

7.

50

Oct.

Zina D. H. Young given)

5.

00

Oct.

Verona Hillard given

2.

50

Oct.

Mell C. Woods & Daisie Allen given

9

50

Nov.

Mell C. Woods & Daisie Allen

7

50

Nov.

Verona M. Hillard Murray

2.

50

Dec.

Verona M. Hillard Murray

2.

50

[p. 426] {p. 333}

cash account—october

date

received

paid

paid in October

6

00

of money lent

15.

75

Nov.

returned

2.

00

[p. 427] {p. 334}

Number of votes cast for me as State Senator in November 1896

In the city

4,792

In the County

2274

Grand Total

7,066

Number of votes cast for me as Representative in November 1898. [p. 428] {p. 335}