Thursday Dec 5 Cold Cloudy & Snow fine & light all day we arose Early & washed I went at 8-30 to Ralph Hulls found Bell getting better Rach & Alfred Hull & I took the little Stillborn babe to Wassonville Cemetery & buried it a cold Chilly Stormy job I got home at 11-15 & went for meat & mail Roy here for dinner I Expected a man from Washington with Soldier tomb Stones but I guess it was too Stormy Mag has Set up most all day & is feeling much better
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