Thursday 23 Cloudy but a pleasant cool day SW wind we went to the train & saw Maude Carr of [off] & Lavanda off & Maude will go home I gave her a draft for $50,00 we then went by invitation to H. L. Foster’s & we past a most enjoyable day & H. L. Foster & family are a most social & entertaining people we came home at 4 pm & after supper we bade good bye to Dave & Vic took him to Iowa City & he will go home to St. Paul & we were sorry to part with him he is good company and a gentlemen it looks like rain is some warmer Nellie & family came this eve
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