Took Alice Ann to the Depot, butchered our pig and chored about the house.
Attended Sunday School and meeting, preached in meeting. spent the evening at home.
Changed wagon box and loaded a load of hay from B. F. K’s. barn, went to the Depot in the evening 3.30 o clock [p. 47] and to the Y.M.M.I.A. in the evening. Fred’s calf was killed by W.C.R.Y.
Went teaching all day till 3 o’clock, met the 3.30 train for Seney and went over to B. F. K’s. 3 times.
Went on the bottoms in the morning, and attended Bro. Palmer’s funeral went to the Depot twice & wrote a letter to. Jno. Sharp.
Went over to B. F. K’s. and attended fast meeting. Went teaching in the afternoon, spent the evening at home reading P. of G. Price.
Went to the depot, repaired chair. read P of G. Price
attended conference at Kaysville.
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Took load of hay for tithing to S.L.C.
Hauled dirt on to the old meadow 1/2 day, went down to Thos. Smiths & administered to Henry Smith and chored about home, mended the shovel & ax.
Hauled manure all day at B. F. K’s.
Hauled two loads of coal and hauled manure at B. F. K.’s, went to Eugene Robinson’s weeding party at France’s in the evening.
Hauled manure at B. F. K’s. all day. [p. 48]
Hauled manure all day
Went to Centreville to meeting; called at Chace’s and administered to his wife. Attended ward meeting and Elders Quo.
Took Aseneth to the depot; plastered the stable,
Took Nannie on the bottoms, cut stumps out of the meadow repaired the stable & raked up around the stacks,
Took the hay rack over to B. F. K.’s and put on the box, helped wash carpets, and hauled two loads of manure.
dollars loads of manure. Visited at Esther’s in the evening.
Hauled two loads of manure Took Nannie & Madam on the bottoms and attended High Council Meeting.
Stormed all day stayed at home nearly all day.
Went to Ogden to Lorenzo’s funeral.
Went to J. Walkers. T. J. Steed’s, Stayners, Nerva’s & other places on visit &c. helped Alice with the washing &c.
Xmas Spent the day and evening at Weltha’s.
Hauled 3 loads one manure on to the meadow and a load of coal. [p. 49] from the depot, spent the evening at home reading.
Hauled one load of manure, changed the wagon box and put on plank, and hauled five loads of dirt on to the meadow, Spent the evening at home.
Snowed in the fornoon, attended Stake Priesthood meeting. Spent the afternoon and evening at home.
Took grist to mill got a sack of oats from Wood’s Store.
Met W. B. R. at the depot with a team at 7.30 o’clock A.M., Went to East Bountiful in the after noon to preach, and on the bottoms and got my mares;
went to the theatre at night.
Went on bottoms after cattle, assisted Willard in getting started to Kaysville to take mother. Went to the theatre in the evening.
Eend of 1883.
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