September 15 in Desmoines at the Savery I took a doze salts Some wet & drizzly Met Add Taylor this morning & Mother & him went to the M. E. hospital to see J Brewer We marched to auditorium & held a very interesting meeting Committees were appointed I was put on the committee for thanks & acknowledgements I met many Comrades 7 of Co F are here & we are having a good time Mother & I took dinner at the Savery 80c PM we held reg [regiment] meeting I had to give the minutes of the Clarinda meeting from memory as I forgot my book they were unanimously approved & I advised no collection taken as I have $7 or more on hand Mother & I took Supper at a restaurant 60c drizzling rain we went to campfire & listened to some real good talks we went & came in a light rain
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