[Ann G. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
3- sell part of the ranch so he can have more time for better things [Carrie?] and Annie seems to enjoy living in [illegible] City, they intend making their home there. Mr Owen has bought land there and will build this summer Mary has told us that Annie intends to be married next week she hardly knows how they can get along without here as she has been the housekeeper so long I hope you are all well I expect the children will be attending school(4) David seems to get on about as usual Since the revival meetings here, quite a large number of both old and young people have united with the church of their choice (much good has been doneLove to allAffectionatelyMother
1889 May 4
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