Monday March 29th 1897 Cool & cloudy & roads tho drying some are very heavy we arose Early & I took Bell to Keota to school I stopped at Hamiltons drug Store & got a rect from Clark & Leacox for $5,60 for brick for church & 40c in change I stopped a few minutes on the road to talk to Henry Foster & called a few minutes at V W Carris he was not at home I invited them here to Easter dinner Harve chored
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