Tooele Plowed in east field & wrote to Mother & Seney, also to Myron Richards.
Plowed in east field all day, went down to Bro. Vance’s in the evening, had my hair cut and shaved.
Sunday. Attended School & meeting in the afternoon and read the paper in the Y.M. & Y.L. MI. Associan in the evening. J. A Vance and family took supper with us. Sis Vance staid the evening here.
Wrote A. F. D. & received letters from Seney and A. F. D. Picked apples all day. [p. 228]
Tooele Went to the Basin pasture, repaired fence & drove animals out of pasture. Brought up a load of lumber. Received a letter from Fred.
Picked Apples & stowed away in cellar.
Plowed in east field. wrote in evening several letters & notice & martin &c.
Plowed in east field all day, received letters from A. F. D. & Chicago Association Shingled 4 heads & shaved.
Plowed in east field and wrote five letters in the evening.
Attended Sunday School and meeting. Ate candy, sweet pits & apples in the evening.
Plowed in east field and sorted over apples. Attended Teacher’s meeting in the evening.
Plowed in east field, sorted over apples and hauled hay in to Vicks feed stall. Sent $100. to Myron which is payment in full for land & improvements. Read the news paper in the evening. [p. 229]
Tooele City Plowed in east field, received letters from Chicago Association & F. W. R. Snowed about one half the day.
Finished plowing in east field and plowed garden.
Went to Basin pasture and drove horses out & hauled up old shanty.
Unloaded & piled up lumber, went to the Stores & bought hat & pants. Sent $15.00 to D. G. Neilson of Ogden for burlap sacks. Put a lock on desk.
Attended Sunday school and meetings in the after-noon & evening.
Wrote A. F. Doremus, received a card from Mother saying Alice Ann had arrived from Arizona and her boy Willard was better; also letters from Nerva Fred & Chicago Purchasing Association. Made a box for wagon in which to haul manure. Took Alice in the cart to stores and other places. By request of Bp. Atkin attended a meeting of the lesser Priesthood in the evening where I was ap[p. 230]pointed to revise and record in a new book the meetings of all
our the previous meetings; also to take and record the minutes during this winter.
Hauled manure all day and read the news in the evening. Rained during the night.
Hauled manure, repaired water tank; attended Seventies meeting in the evening. Was appointed to talk at next meeting upon the first principles of the Gospel.
Hauled manure all day. Bro. & Sis. Vance & children called and took supper with us. Letters from D. G Nelson, Ogden and A. F. D. Card from Fred.
Hauled manure all day and visited as a Teacher in the evening.
Went to the basin pasture &c. Visited as a teacher in the evening.
Attended Sunday School & Meeting. Read the news in the evening also wrote letters. [p. 231]
Tooele City Sent money by mail to F. M. R. $15.00 and to D. G. Nelson in full for sacks $19.75, the former by reg. letter & the latter by PO Money order. Got saws sharpened and pruned grape vines. Attended Teachers meeting in the evening.
Pruned grape vines, wrote & read the news in the evening.
Trimmed trees & grape vines during the day and read & wrote in the evening.
Thanks Givings Day. Went down to Mill crossing and received car of grain. Ate Supper at Bro. J. A. Vances where we all spent the evening. Wrote F W. R. of Collinston.
Got Vowles note of $222.60 at 60 days discounted for cash. Trimmed trees &c—
Trimmed trees, took Sarah Robinson & children to the Station on their way to Farmington, cut J. A. Vance’s hair and made out Monthly report in the evening. Letters from Fred & Myron. [p. 232]