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25 Feb 1901

American Fork Feby 25 _ 01 (1901)

To Miss Beatrice Logie Esq.

Well, here I am sitting in the kitchen trying to compose a letter to you in answer to your communication I don't feel verry O.K. to day. had to get up several times last night to watch the stars & see that there were no tramps poarchres wandering about the estate.

we have had our dinner & the dishes are all cleared away & Walter is explaining to mother all about the way they drive mules in the mines & of corse She understands all about it & don't half try.

Old Lady Whitaker was telling Laura Boley that you were goint to be married & it fairley took her breath at least that is what the dame tells me to say in this report

Laura says she has seen Mr. Hopkins & that he is a Small darm man. Mother says is that realy So.

about the Telescope the horonable Galbraith says that you need not bother about i untill you come home about that magnificent club

Mother Says its wont be like paying titheing. you will have to keep the dues payed up & there is always other incedentals & expences to all such affairs that are trouble some to keep paid up some times when members are not prepared. we don't know anything about Sister Rebecker but tis against the council of our church for the members to join any of the Secret Societies. So you mush use your own jidgement about joining the Oak Stick.

There is nothing much to write about. She people down here feel mighty gay now that the beautifull docters cant wave their butcher knives over our Sacred persons any more weather we like its or not. the noble battey mush step a one side now when healthy people want to assemble.

Mother Sends a multitude of thanks for that piece of dirty paper that you sent her She says. She don't know yet weather She will go to town on Conference but I think likely She will if She feels well. I am happy to say she is doing fine this winter so far. Well what more can I say

the school marm is the same. she injoys her bed. Always seems tired goes to bed earley & rises late but we get along first rate.

We have not seen any of the mountaineers lately. Sir Charles & family are geting pretty scarce lately. Will now close hopeing this will find you quite well

we send kind Love & remain as even your affect Father

Chas Logie Esq