Sunday Nov 14 A very fine warm Spring like day it rained a little last night & seems like a Spring day our girls are visiting as fast as possible we had buckwheat cakes & honey for breakfast & baked Chicken & hickory nut cake for dinner J W Ashton & family here visiting Willard & Harriet & all children went to see Roys baby  PM Bell & Maude went to Keota to Church Eve with Hix & Jones Bell will go to visit Harriet & Sylvia this week Harriet & Willard left for Keota at dark tis thundering & lightning is warm & looks & feels like rain
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