Tues 22 Cooler a very pleasant morning NW wind I carried some chairs from the Baptist church for our use Mr Shiller called to pay his respects & offered us his auto for the day C C Gardner took the pallbearers in his 7 seater & would take no pay at 10 AM Rev A M Smith preached a very good sermon at our home & the house & porch well filled & some on the yard several came here to dinner Mrs Lindsey & Ura Taylor came & worked till 2 pm & I pd them each one dollar Ollie & Herve & Verl went away after dinner & I went down town & Settled with Editor Coffey for 100 obituaries & settled with Bidwell a wreath check $5,00 & now Holden is laid to rest & he has had a life of trouble & misery May his soul rest in peace
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