Mon Jan 6 Cold & frosty in the morning but a fine day I am no better this morning & suffered all night Mag got little Vic up early & sent him for Roy who soon came & took Bell & Harriet to School & sent Dr. McFarlane out to see me he came at 10-30 & I had got up & down stairs & I was feeling a little better he left me a lot of medicine in capsules said it would make me well Charged me $4 which I paid & he went his way Harve put in all his time Choring & Eating Vic Carris called in the Eve & paid me $5 interest money $45 in a draft on Chicago he said it would cost me nothing to get it cashed
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