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Memoranda


March 19, 1902

bread <5> butter <30> eggs <20> meat <20> kindlings <25> car fare <10> car fare, <to farm> <10> coal oil <25> meat 20 bread <10> rice 25 medicine <75> car fare May <40> lunches <20> oranges <20 10> coal <70> crackers <5> cakes <10> lunch <35> Royal beef tea <10> tea & crackers <15> lunch Sister [Augusta Joyce] Crocheron <20> to date

5.

15

March 26, 1902

eggs 20 car fare 15)

35

26)

coal ton 5.00 lunch <35>

5

45

wages May 2.00

7

00

12

45

Tithing office meat

35

& fruit 45

12.

80

potatoes 10

10

peppermints 25

12.

90

___

25

13.

15

26.)

cakes 5

1

05

car fare 15 washing

1.

00

Car [fare]1 10

15.

20

lunch 10

Lunch 55

lunch 10

[p. 100] {p. 61}

March 1902

gifts for children

55

etc

38

2

magazines

20

pens

___

5

1

18

stamps

1

15

3

33

magazine

10

[p. 101] {p. 62}

March 1902

27th)

butter

30

cheese

10

buns & bread

10

oranges

20

car fare 10

80

28th)

Sundries

1.

00

[28th]2)

beef tea

.

10

29th.

Sugar 25, bread <5> cheese <5>

35

meat 15, buns <5> dried beef <10> lunch <20>

50

tea <25> candy <10>

[p. 102] {p. 63}

27 March 1902

For Martha G. Wells 70th. birthday

white roses

50

Paid Post Office (mailing)

2.

00

28

mending chain

.

25

"

carrying mail

25

29

book

25

30

Temple

50

[p. 103] {p. 64}

Washing Mrs. Lundgreem [Lundgreen]

Jan. 26. 1902

2 sheets

4 pillowslips

1 table cloth

7 napkins

8 towels

4 pairs stockings

1 dressing towel

11 handkerchiefs

1 white apron

1 white shirt

1 flannel [shirt]3

2 chemise

2 pair garments

1 pair drawers

1 lace tie

1 pair bed slippers [p. 170] {p. 87}

41

Susa Y. [Young] Gates

<Vice Regent 2534>

2

C. S. [Clarissa Smith] Williams

<Vice Regent>

3

J. P. M. [Julia P. Murdock] Farnsworth

<four 1>

4

Julia [P. M. Farnsworth]5

<Rec. Sec>6

5

Almira Murdock

<0>

6

Myra Y. [Young] Rossiter

<five 0>

7

Claire Clawson

<0>

8

Mabelle Snow

9

E. B. Wells

<Regent>

10

M. Y. [Maria Young] Dougall

<Chaplain>

11

P. Y. [Phebe Young] Beatie

<Registrar>

12

Alice M. Horne

<Historian>

13

M. [Mary] A. H. Cannon

<Treasurer>

14

E. [Emily] H. Cannon

<0>

15

C. Y. [Caroline Young] Cannon

<one 21>

16

I. M. [Isabel Whitney] Sears

<two 3>

17

Ella W. [Ellen Wilcox] Hyde

<4>

18

Kate [Catherine] Wells

<5 six>

19

Lucy W. [Woodruff] Smith

<three>

20

Sarah F. [Farr] Smith

<6>

[p. 172] {p. 88}

memoranda

Wednesday Jan. 22. of this year 1902. about half past 4. p.m. I was set apart in the President’s office by President Joseph F. Smith the President of the Church‒ His Counselors J. R. Winder & A. H. Lund also laid their hands on my head with him‒ He said Emmeline B. Wells We the servants of the Lord and you’re fellow laborers lay our hands upon your head and set you apart to be the Secretary of the Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints and of the National Woman’s Relief Society and as you have been sustained by the votes of the members of the Church in Conference assembled to fill this office, and we pray that you may have vigor and strength to do this work to which you have been called of both bodily and mentally and be equal to all the duties devolving upon you in this position that you may have wisdom and judgment to accomplish all etc [p. 398] {p. 240}

letter register

Letters written

name

received

answered

telegram Annie

Dec. 11.

1902

letter Belle

from

Spokane

[letter]7 Mell

[from]8

[Spokane]9

S. J. Cannon

[from]

[Spokane]

Annie W. [Cannon]

[from]

[Spokane]

M. A. Caine

[from]

[Spokane]

Isabelle Evans

[from]

[Spokane]

[Isabelle Evans] Copy

[from]

[Spokane]

[from]

[Spokane]

B. W. Smith

[from]

[Spokane]

C. S. Williams

[from]

[Spokane]

Telegram Belle

Dec. 17.

1902

[p. 399] {p. 241}

addresses

name

residence

Martha D. Lincoln

1128. 6th. St. N.W.

(Bessie Bench)

Washington D.C.

Sarah J. A. Spencer

9th. & D. N.W.

Washington D.C.

Mrs. B. N. Hillard

3. 92nd St W.

The Brayman

New York

J. Ellen Foster

The Portner

Mrs. H. [Henry] D. Osgood [Lenora Whitten Osgood]

162. Oakwood

Boulevard,

Chicago, Ill.

John W. Young

103. 58th. St. W. New York

Mission 50 Concord St. Brooklyn New York

Major J. B. Pond

604. Bergen Ave. Jersey Heights

Jersey City N.J.

Asahel H. Woodruff

635. Adams St.

Chicago Ill.

F. H. Eussey

21‒ 28.

Auzerais Building

San Jose California

[p. 400] {p. 242}

Daisie The Review

addresses

name

residence

Daise D.

2315. First Ave.

Mrs. H. R. Allen

Spokane Wash.

Mrs. Frank Granger

Randolph Mass.

Mrs. Clara B. Adams

114. Green St. Lynn Mass.

Gave a copy of my book Musings & Memories to Mrs. Emily Scott Dill Ohio

Dr [blank] [Leo K.] Frankel New York

Miss Agnes Rose Lane [New York]10

Mrs. Mary T. Smith

760. S. 9th. East St.

City

Mrs. A. M. Earl

420. North Soto St.

Los Angelos California

[p. 401] {p. 243}

Woman’s Exponent lacking in

my file Vol. 5. No. 16.

Date Jan. 15. 1876‒

Must ask Will about Mr. Sear’s will telling him about settlement on Mary Ann and her children

that they had received quite two thirds of all the property & the will is in favor of Belle [p. 402] {p. 244}

Charles H. Clark

439. Manhattan Ave.

“The Herald” New York City

Samuel <K> Hall Mrs. M. D. Hall

Lowell Flat 1907. 14th St.

N.W. Washington D.C.

Stage Coach & Tavern Days by Alice Morse Earle Macmillan in New York & London

Old Time Gardens & Sun Dials & Rose of Yesterday [p. 403] {p. 245}

A cruel story runs on wheels, and every hand oils the wheels as they run‒ Onida

In Time With The Infinite By <Ralph Waldo> Trine

Thomas Jay Hudson Ph.D. & <L.L.D.>

U. C. McClurg & Co.

Chicago Ill.

The Law of Psychic Phenomena

A scientific Demonstration of the Future Life

The Divine Pedigree of Man‒ [p. 404] {p. 246}

Letters Received

Dec. 15.

Mell C. Woods

16.

[Mell C. Woods]11 telephone

Child Life in Colonial Days & Home Life in Colonial Days—

Frances C. Morse

“Furniture in the Olden Times.”

Miss Kemp Wallace [Idaho]

Mr. [Jessie E.] & Mrs. [Minnie Teele] Markwell & baby Milton [p. 405] {p. 247}

Old wood to burn

Old wine to drink

Old books to read

Old friends to trust

The Independent weekly

130. Fulton St.

New York City 2.00

The Philistines

Elbert Hubbard

The Roycrofers [Roycrofters]

East Aurora

New York

Correct English

How To Use It.

84. LaSalle St.

Chicago Ill. [p. 406] {p. 248}

A Short History of the English People

By J. R. Green M.A.

Examiner in the Modern Oxford‒

New York

Harper & Brothers, Publishers

Franklin Square

1879

Woodward was the Founder of Mineralogy in the Royal Society 1648 etc.

Hazel Eldredge

LaGrande

Oregon [p. 406] {p. 249}

cash account—january 1902 <3>

date

received

paid

From Verona

New York City

25

00

From Mell

Wallace Idaho

10.

00

From Church Fund (per office)

10.

00

cash account—february [1902]

date

received

paid

1

From Church

10.

00

Verona

25.

00

Margaret A. Caine

5.

00

[p. 410] {p. 252}

cash account—february

date

received12

paid

Repairing watch

1.

00

special stamps

50

magazines

80

Dictionary

40

Days of Chivalry

40

Pencils

20

Tab

10

Pins

20

beads blue

75

3 times carriage 63,35,35 /

1

33

street car fare

1.

25

Porter’s tips

1.

25

waiters [tips]13

6

20

[p. 411] {p. 253}

cash account—march

date

received

paid

2

Barry

20.

00

4

[Barry]14

20.

00

11

Verona

50.

00

[p. 412] {p. 254}

cash account—march

date

received15

paid

Carriage

2.

50

reparing watch

1.

00

Stamps

.

30

2

Pins

1.

00

white beads

1.

59

cups for twins

38

Silk

3

90

Ribbons

89

porters tips

1.

25

[porters tips]16

6

40

[p. 413] {p. 255}

cash account—may

date

received

paid

29

From Treas.

25.

00

for journey to Bear Lake etc.

[p. 416] {p. 256}

cash account—may

date

received

paid

31.

Shoes

3.

50

Cleaning closet

2.

50

[p. 417] {p. 257}

cash account—june

date

received

paid

M. A. [Margaret Southworth] Perkins

4

agent | Montpelir [Montpelier] Exponent | Idaho

3

00

Margaret Cannon

2.

00

1

Tickets to

"

Montpelier &

18.

00

"

Return

"

breakfast

90

"

berths

3

00

4

Pullman

returning

2.

50

Fees Porter dinner

95

[Fees Porter dinner]17

1

25

S. J. Cannon luggage

25

26

85

27.

70

[p. 418] {p. 258}

cash account—june

date

received

paid

Sent Daisie

Rockhaven

1.

50

Paid Des.18 News

32.

00

[Paid]19 Rent

10.

00

velvet for waist

75

Rubber heels

50

To Sanford W. Hedges

50

Des. News

[p. 419] {p. 259}

cash account—july

date

received

paid

6

Temple Donation

50

18th. Ward to poor

1.

00

Sub.20 To Truth New York

1.

00

17.

To Ira A. Hart

50

repairing bedstead

19

Woman’s Building Ogden

1

00

Smith Butcher

.

50

25

Express Package

Wallace Idaho

1.

00

28.

Silver Spoons Twins

1.

50

30.

Louise Ring

6

.00

[p. 420] {p. 260}

cash account—july

date

received

paid

Washing

1.

45

[washing]21

.

50

Rent Office

10.

00

Printing

32.

00

well cleaned

15.

00

26.

magazines

55

[p. 421] {p. 261}

cash account—august

date

received

paid

3

Temple donation

.

50

Magazines

30

[Magazines]22

20

[Magazines]

55

Magazines

35

Amica & ammonia

25

camphor & amica

40

Sent Annie

(2

.00)

26.

To Sister Walden

House money

1.

00

27

20

28

40

30

25

car fare ‘ <10>

25

type writing

2.

00

car fare

30

Sister

[p. 422] {p. 262}

cash account—august

date

received

paid

washing Mrs. Bennett

1

50

None But the Brave

1.

20

Sundries

1.

20

magazine

.

10

Tulle

.

50

Sent Geo. Q.

(3.

00)

Mrs. Bennett washing

1.

50

Work [Mrs. Bennett]23

1.

50

[Work Mrs. Bennett]

Ribbon <15> sundries <290>

3.

05

stamps <30>

[p. 423] {p. 263}

cash account—september

date

received

paid

car fare Walden

.10

stamps <10> Sundries House

1.

00

stamps <10>

3

sundries <15> lemons <10>

25

4

type writing Miss Bitner

50

4

car fare & sundries

.50

Stamps

.

10

magazines

35

Book for Hester Cannon

1.

20

Mrs. Bennett cleaning

1.

00

Mrs. Walden soap <10)> car fare <10)>

20

Magazines <20>, wrappers <15>

.

35

Magazines <25> sundries <25>

1.

25

6

Mrs. Walden Sund[r]ies

1.

00

8

[Mrs. Walden Sundies]24

50

8

stamps 50 magazine <20>

70

Sister Walden sundries

1.

00

13

stamps <40> magazine <45>

’85

Sister Walden house money

1.

00

Sundries <60> Sundries <1.00>

1

60

[Sundries]25 20 [Sundries] 50

70

[Sundries]

65

washing <125> sundries <165>

2.

90

Mrs. Walden 25

[Mrs. Walden]26 20

[p. 424] {p. 264}

cash account—september

date

received

paid

3

Present for Hester

1

20

11

Ruby Wells

3

00

"

Sarah J. Cannon

1.

00

"

Present for Emily

3.

00

tea Spoons for girls

9.

00

17.

Magazines

20

Paid Printer’s

32.

00

Rent on Room

12.

50

lent George Q.

1.

00

washwoman

1.

25

Sundries

.

20

11

Book for S. J. Cannon

1

00

cakes <10>, Lemons <10> candy <10>

.

30

lunch <35>— lemons <10>

45

lunch at Vienna 2 people

1.

15

coal Bamberger

5.

00

Stamps

.

60

[p. 425] {p. 265}

cash account—october

date

received

paid

5

Walden House Ex

1.

85

Silver Spoons 3.

2.

25

9

Walden for House

1.

80

10

car fare & candy

.

40

11

car fare etc. Em.

.

25

car fare Walden

.

10

13

Walden for house

.

’50

magazines

.

45

bill for carpet

4.

25

Wages due Walden

14

from Aug 26 to Oct. 14.

14.

00

13

washing Bennett

1

50

Stamps

85

18

books T.O.

3.

50

[p. 426] {p. 266}

cash account—october

date

received

paid

18

Inez D. Godbe

5.

00

Church

7.

00

Tithing

3

00

Total

10.

0027

Relief Society

10.

00

[p. 427] {p. 267}

cash account—november

date

received

paid

Relief Society

10

00

Church cash

7

00

T.O.

3

00

Church total

1.

0028

[p. 428] {p. 268}

cash account—december

date

received

paid

Berth

4

.00

Ticket

14

.40

porter on Albina out of Salt Lake

.25

porter on Sheffield out of Pocatello

.50

breakfast

75

Lunch

1

00

pins & magazine

15

Hotel at Pendleton

1

25

telegram to Spokane

40

magazine & candy etc.

30

dinner at Starbuck

50

[p. 430] {p. 269}

“How can we tell what coming people are aboard the ships that may be sailing to us now from the unknown seas!” Dickens {p. 270}