Wednesday, August 1, 1888
A very pleasant day. This morning very busy getting ready for company. Mrs. Joseph Williams and daughter came with Mr. Charles Lavake and Mrs. Susan Munyan. We had a very pleasant visit. We set the dinner table in the sitting room it seemed very cool and pleasant. Mr. Snyder called just after the company left.
Saturday, August 4, 1888
Showery. Grandpa and Prescott carried the wool to Conway – sold it at 19 ½ per lb. came to little over $47.00. Grandpa and Grandma Tilton came over with Emma and Arthur. Were here to dinner and supper. We made ice-cream and lemonade for supper.
The men are cleaning out the brush and grass from the “clover lot” orchard in the west pasture.
Mattie was sick last night and today. She has been eating too many apples.
S.S. The Burnt Offering Lev. 1. Chap.