Wednesday March 13th 1907 dark cloudy damp dismal drizzly Some snow but melted when I first arose at 6-30 Cora C [Carr] phoned us that her father Joe England had Suffered during the past night a Stroke of apoplexy or paralysis or both after breakfast we both went over & found Joe bad Enough I staid til noon Amanda called & Sent Keys to the PO & Ezra is not able to go to the office to day
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