Letter from D. W. Stone, 26 December 1894 [LE 14494]

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Ogden Dec 26/94

President Wilford Woodruff

Dear Brother In January of 1893 I received a call to start to Great Britain on the 29th of April. But afterwards received permition to take whatever time was needed to arrainge my affairs. During the past year my concience has ben telling me that I should have gone when called as my condition does not seeme to improve In speaking to Apostle Richards upon the subject he advised me to get

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ready and go. But since that time in speaking with my Bishop (M F Brown) he said thare was a matter which he wished to look into when Joseph J Whitaker who is on a mision to Germany returns and would like to have me here as I was his partner in buiseness when the First Ward Meetinghouse was burned. Under the existing circumstances not knowing what to do I write to you to get your decision on the matter. If you think it advisable for me to go I will be able to

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get enough money to take me to my Field of labor at what ever time you think best

Your Brother in the Gospel D. W. Stone 2980 Washington Ave. Ogden

If the Bp. desires to retain bro. Stone until after bro. Whitaker's return, let him say so to us in writing. Otherwise we would like him to go as soon as he can. J. F S.

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