7 Nov 1900
American Fork Nov 7/00 (1900)
To Miss Beatrice
Your letter duely arrived yesterday & contents seen to.
We would have answered yesterday but the Lace Hat Company came down in the Afternoon with some of the little Treasures & it seemed rather imposible to seady a persons nerves to compose a letter when there is such a confution. They came to see how the Election would come out & stayed until about ten Oclock.
I suppose you that knew Bryan is snowed under the Repubs had a regular drunken spree all night & are not over it yet. They made a big bon fire in our street & danced & houled & shot off laint powder mash of the night & many of them are kicking up hell today.
Mother says that she will try to visit you next Monday if the weather is fine & if she can get one of the mountain Girls to come & attend to the house hold duties for her. For it would not be deacent for me & the school marm to be left alone. But she says it will depend a great deal on the weather. Canít come if it storms.
Many thanks for the check.
We sold it to Jim for five democrat dollars.
Well I donít know of any thing more this time.
Everybody is talking McKinley today.
It looks as if it was going to storm.
Mother says she will tell you all the latest news when she sees you.
We us & co. are all well as far as I know & hope this will find you like wise.
I will now conclude.
We unite in sending our kind love & best wishes to you & remain as ever you affect Parients
Chas & Rosa LogieS. P. I sometimes miss a word when I am writing & have to try & put it in after words & sometimes it is troublesome to place the word on the right place.
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