Monday February 27th Colder but thawed all day we arose a little Early & washed Roy took Harriet to Keota for a visit I sawd & chopt a little wood in the alley Fred Klockenteger called me by phone to come down town to See about abolishing the billiard tables I talked with Several who were in favor of doing away with them Bidwells paid rent 12,50 to Mar 28 next we recd a letter from Leslie he is well & doing well
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