Attended Ward meeting and took Frank & Nerva home and Nona Smith to the depot. Spent the evening at home. Baby very sick indigestion
Repaired the pantry window Went to the depot and to Kaysville after Edna but did not meet here there. Baby no better,
Telephoned for D.r. Joe & met him at the morning’s train Baby better.
Borrowed plow & scraper and plowed Lucern patch, &c.
Attended Fast Meeting and Scraped the fort wall down and tore down the fence.
Finished leveling down the wall and, hauled 2 loads of sand, put up the fence back of correll and branded cattle
Dug out foundation to rock wall. tore down to correll fence on the east side, Made a lizzard to haul rock on. [p. 90]
Attended Conference in Bountiful.
Hauled Sand and met the train at 7.20 P.M.
Took Alice and babies to Town and had babie’s picture taken.
Took Steves buggy home & went to the depot with wagon for his trunk, went up to D Oviatts. Greased & repared wagon
for and loaded for Bearriver. Sold roan calf to Ezra Clark for $9.50 Ground grain to take to Bear River. repared work bench.
Visited as a Ward Teacher in F’m’tn. [Farmington] with H. W. Miller.
Left Farmington for Plymouth, nooned at River Dale and camped at night with Calvin at the Cold Springs.
Drove from Cold "1 to Plymouth. left Deed and patent at Brigham to be recorded P’d $3.00 for recording
Attended Ward and Teachers Meetings at Squaretown, Ate dinner at Wolveston’s and supper at Myron’s.
Rained in the morning and afternoon, plowed about 1/2 day and took shoes off the horses
Hauled five loads of rock for a house
" six " " " " " "2
" 3 " " "3 and plowed [p. 91] four rounds sick mare.
Hauled six loads of rock
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Stormy and cold, read paper and sermon by Jno. Taylor of Feb 12/85 shaved and rode over to Collinston station spent part of the evening at the bridge.
Went down to Sander’s to try and trade plows. Garret Wolverton took dinner with me, traded plows with him went over and exchanged gave a sack of wheat boot and got a new steel plow. Hauled one load of rock, made bread and greased boots in evening.
Plowed sixteen rounds about 2¼ acres
Broke plow beam, bolted it together and plowed 14 rounds (2 acres) wrote a letter home and took it down to E. O. Wilcox’s.
Plowed 14 rounds (2 acres)
" 4 "5 rode Brown mare up to the indian farms and got pr. of maccosins, sore feet so I could not wear my boots. Rec’d deed and patent from recorder. and card from Fred.
Plowed 15 rounds, Clark’s herd came and br’t my cow.
Took breakfast with Myron, [p. 92] rode after horses about half day; wrote home, made bread. &c.
Plowed 12 rounds,
" 10 "6 Went down to. Ebins and got things sent from Farmington, Went to Squaretown and got a letter from home and posted one. Called at Wolvertons with Wilford. Rained part of the night.