1904 (Monday) – I went over to Sudwick’s to see if there was anything I could do, it was about six a.m. They were just going to take the baby up to her mother’s. I stayed to keep the young husband company until someone else could come, so while waiting I washed the dishes and swept the floor. Poor fellow, he just sat with bowed head never saying a word. Maud Vickers came and relieved me and I came home. We washed in the afternoon, Sister Chappell and Sister Brown came in to use my machine in doing in some sewing for Mrs. Sudwick. They stayed here for supper. Mrs. Jenkins came in and sat talking to me until dark. Pear (Eva Pearl Sperry) slept with me.