The Going of Miss McLean-An Indian Recep-
tion--Testimonies--The Coming of Miss Bare
Faults--A Birthday Party--The Association
AUGUST 22, 1899 . Back to work! (with thirty dollars' worth of calico at two and a half cents a yard for the quilts, checked on my ticket).
Some changes have taken place. Miss Mc- Lean has been transferred to Rainy Mountain and Lucius has given up his position as government farmer to come back home and interpret for Jesus for about half the pay.
September 1st . It was Papadone who gave the welcome "Big Eat." There were one hundred and twenty-five guests without counting the dogs, cows, horses and dead-heads that surrounded the arbor.
I think a whole cow was demolished besides no end of canned stuff, candies and fruit, and then the host led in the speech-making.
"I am a Christian man and I wanted to do something to please Jesus for bringing her back so I asked you all here to-day.
When Jesus gives me any money I always