Wednesday Sep 10 A very fine day Mag has the house all fixed up & all ready to rec [receive] Company Amanda came & helped cook I went Early to Keota 2 teams to meet Company from a distance About a mile west I met my brother Samuel from Oregon & didn’t know him but found him out & I was truly glad to see him but had to go on to Keota I met the bridegroom A L Schwimley his parents & Sister Nellie Stoddard Ida Taes & Ella Huston & we had a real social time at our house I am really afraid Mag will worry & work herself sick She looks bad & gets very tired Brother Sam & I went to Nira & I had a real time telegraphing for buns Ashton had sent for I had to pay for 3 dispatches $1,05 I had better do my own ordering after this Brother Sam went home with Amanda
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