Friday July 19. A nice day. But rained early this morning. Pulled weeds for the pigs. Went down town early this morning and got meat to boil to make noodels .15c also got 1 doz egg .12 Pulled weeds on the hill this evening.
[Isaac – July 19] Sunny most delightful day aftr good breakfast Started at 7-30 for trip had a fine drive Saw several deer & 2 Spoted fawns & took dinner at Swan lake Camp I wrote to bro [brother] Sam & to Isabel & mailed them at Gardner where we got mail from Vic Isabel & Nora got Supper at Gardner then took Cars to Livingston & put up at Hotel at 10 PM
 At this point in time, Isaac didn’t know that his brother had died back in February. Isaac planned to see Sam when they arrived in Oregon.
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