Sat Dec 19th 1903 Moderate Cloudy turning Colder damp & thawing all last night & this morning snow most gone Vic clerked for Miller I went to the 10 oclock train to meet Nellie from Mt Pleasant but she foned from Chester that she missed train at Burlington & is at Chester Leslie was going for her & Geneva Smith when Warren Palmer volunteered & sure he got the job & he got them here middle pm Nellie looking fine & glad to get home I called on Mr Weller found him poorly & Eyes not improving I called on Amos Hull & found him Splitting & piling wood Maude came to Stay all night
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