Saturday Sept 23 An Extra fine Cool fall like day & Mag has a bad headache we are all invited to Hulls to Bell & Ralphs infair [affair] all went but Mag & I & Vic he tended to his laundry & then went down on his wheel [possibly a bicycle]  & told Maude that Mother was better so her & Otto Klokenteger drove my team & Carriage back & we arrived Safe about 1 pm & had a real good dinner & good visit & Rach gave us a mess of green corn & we came home & Roy hitched to my old buggy & took Harriet & Nora & their husbands home with him Jap Green came this Eve from Keota
 Bicycles were a popular mode of transportation at this time.
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