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Young-A Kim at Apr 28, 2022 03:49 AM

histmss-074994-0020

16
February 1898

Tues. 1st
Very cold and windy

Snow drifting badly all day. Farmer's
convention postponed on account of the [ineligible]
brims cold. Bro. C. went to Sandy Spring
to pay some [ineligible], and to Cousin
Joe Stalhis to dinner, where he had a
very good time. brought little from sister
Annie and Mary. They are having a pleas-
ant time. I have been working over the
flowers and helping keep up the [ineligible]
the piper a little frog we had soon thawed
out. we rim the price up to full blast to
midnight. I brought some flowers into
the sitting room and burned a lamp
and stood in the [ineligible]. nothing
[ineligible] [ineligible] though the thermometer is down to
8(degrees) here and grew in some place.

Charlestown

Very cold, windy and blustering. Mother
and I aren't to Mrs. Brown's to get my
watch hand fixed. She left me and I
was to meet her at the P. O. but in my
[ineligible] I went to the wrong "office," one of
the 13!! we called just a minute at
Cousin Fammie, then walked up to the depot.
a bitter time, saw Hannah Hornell. Miss
Letty Carey [ineligible] called. we talked of
books and many things. Mother and
Cousin dellie went out after dinner we cur-
ed [ineligible] about 4. When we started out in the
wind. had a funny time. went to Palm-
sarmris-. I bought my shirt waist to the
China Store, and to Mr. Dave Howell's

histmss-074994-0020

16
February 1898

Tues. 1st
Very cold and windy

Snow drifting badly all day. Farmer's
convention postponed on account of the [ineligible]
brims cold. Bro. C. went to Sandy Spring
to pay some [ineligible], and to Cousin
Joe Stalhis to dinner, where he had a
very good time. brought little from sister
Annie and Mary. They are having a pleas-
ant time. I have been working over the
flowers and helping keep up the [ineligible]
the piper a little frog we had soon thawed
out. we rim the price up to full blast to
midnight. I brought some flowers into
the sitting room and burned a lamp
and stood in the [comeratitry]. nothing
[ineligible] [ineligible] though the thermometer is down to
8(degrees) here and grew in some place.

Charlestown

Very cold, windy and blustering. Mother
and I aren't to Mrs. Brown's to get my
watch hand fixed. She left me and I
was to meet her at the P. O. but in my
[ineligible] I went to the wrong "office," one of
the 13!! we called just a minute at
Cousin Fammie, then walked up to the depot.
a bitter time, saw Hannah Hornell. Miss
Letty Carey ... called. we talked of
books and many things. Mother and
Cousin dellie went out after dinner we cur-
ed t[ineligible] about 4. When we started out in the
wind. had a funny time. went to Palm-
sarmris-. I bought my shirt waist to the
China Store, and to Mr. Dave Howell's