11 Feb 1901
American Fork Feby 11/01 (1901)
Your letter received. we are allways Glad to hear that you are doing well & haveing a good time as you call it.
I have not anything Special just now but thought I would write a short note to let you know that we are well & no particular complaints to make. the weather has cleared up Sun Shining today. but it is pretty cold outside it is kind of comfortable to keep the stove in sight
Mrs Evans dined with us yesterday & she brought that card with the articles of faith for you which I enclose. we could not find yours. Mother searched every place that she could think of but there was no card to be found & of couse she did not look in the right place.
well we are sailing along pretty smothly at present as far as the schools are concerned & the health board daresent turn em out but we don't know how long this state of affairs will last. we have two families got Small Pox. Harry Adamsons Wife & Son Conder. the report is that poor Jim is the worst looking case in the State but I suppose that yarn is for the benefit of the doc, Battey & Co.
we got a letter from Nellie yesterday & she seems to have the blues. Says that Ren is going to sell out his printing business & going to farming. Nellie says she was out to see that farm one day & that she was glad to get back. Says She won't be able to visit us if they sell teh paper because they will have no pass. Poor Nellie don't want to be put on a farm away from everybody. She is not adapted to feeding pigs & chickens & milk kicking cows. you might write to her & give her some good advice. Mother says if she moves out on that farm which is some ten miles out of town it is good bye to the children going to school.
we had a grand day yesterday Bro Roberts & Seymore B. Young gave us some splendid talk. the house was cramed full & runing over. we wish you could have been there.
you did not tell us how far you live from your coledge & what amount of lucre you have pay for your board. you will please excuse impertenery questions.
well it is dinner time & the fried onins & gravey smell good.
be good to your self we send kind Love & Remain
you find no change in me
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