Wed. Feb. 21, 1900: Ther. 40., 65., Wea. clear. Worked at getting out Rock on the big Red clay piece. Played our Drama Our Awful Aunt for the people of Springdale. Thursday 22: L.G. 9-44 am Ther. 38., Wea. pleasant., clear Worked at the rocks till...
Thurs. Jan. 4, 1900: Ther. 46., 56., Wea. cloudy. I chopped cotton-woods infront of the shop. Went to Rockville to a Theatre by the Virgen City Club. Friday 5: Ther. 46., 52., Wea. cloudy. I went to Zion and got a load of cotton wood poles. Johny,...
Cash Account. December.: Received. Paid. Fast offerings F.P. coupons .75 cts on next year 2.00 4 post cards .10 Stamps .20 Theatre ticket .25 candy 20 Nuts 15 .35 Frank Petty’s .35 .35 2.90 ville [see Dec 13]
Sun. December 13, 1908: Cool Few T. clds attended meeting, Band practise and mutual. Mon. 14: clouded up Printed and finished some photos. Tues. 15: Raining I am trimming and mounting Stereo views. Wed. 16: Colder Rain Mounting Stereo pictures ...
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