County Hospital - Mike Dillon went to - 79 Cemetery - Susie's Lot Dug up - 93 Conference at Washington, D.C. - Between President Roosevelt and the Governors of all the States of the Union - 99 Church - Nine United - Rev. & Mrs. Miller, Mr. & Mrs. Stemler and Daughter Ada, Lizzie Westerfield, Mrs. Snow Julius Bruml and Edna Locke - 110 Church altered to make Class Rooms out of Side Rooms - 124 Cuba assumes Independent Government - 143 Centennial of Birth of Abraham Lincoln - 145 Carpet - New Matting laid in Spare Chamber - 156 Celebration of the Three Hundredth Anniversary of Discovery of Lake Champlain - 168 Church - Mr. and Mrs. Dustin, Freda and Jewett, Mr. & Mrs. Needham Joined - 190 Comet - called "a mistake Comet" - appears - 203 Carpet - Cleaner - with hand machine - cleans our carpet - 214 Census Enumerators - W.H. Cooke and Robert - 214 Convention - State Sunday School, in Oakland - 216 Church - Fifteen united on Confession, All but two from the Sunday School: - Martin Burns, Leland Parkison, Myrle and Marie Locke, Anita Condict, Verna Fleharty Dora Paplow, Maggie Whitmeier, Lila Pattee, Ivy Stemler Elvina Haviland, Bernice Weber, Myrtle Votaw, and Lawrence Knudsen and Earl Fleharty - 210 Church - Mr. and Mrs. Burkett and Nellie Inglis - 218 Comet - Halley's Comet - appears - We see it - 220 Convention - World's S. School at Washington, D.C. - 222 Carpet - Cleaned in my Room by Cleaner - 227 Committee Conferred with Clements People about Rev. Robinson -245 Canal being dug across Cape Cod, Massachusetts - 262 Citrus Fair of Northern Cal. held at Sacramento - 266 Convention - "Spinster's" - Ladies Aid in our Hall - 273 Convention - State Sunday School at San Jose - 274 Carpet-Rug - Put down in Back Parlor - 282 Convention, International S. School at San Francisco - 286 Coronation of George V. King of England - 286
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