Saturday June 17 A very fine pleasant day Vic is a little better Ez called Cora Bradford called Amanda called after dinner I lent Joe Adams my Scythe I got sausage & steak for dinner & three oranges for Vic Leslie is attending to Vics laundry business for him & will make a good laundry boy with a little practice all but Vic Nora & I went to the M E Church to childrens exercise this Eve tis very warm 86 in our dining room the Dr thinks Vic wont need him any more
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