Sun 14 A very fine fall day & clear Cloudy & dark this morn but cleard warm before noon I went to Church am Mother staid at home aftr dinner Vic brot our car & we took a ride to our timber I selected a place to chop our winter wood we pict up ½ a pail of Hickory nuts & came home around sout [south?] & then up around Dayton home a nice ride roads fine I wrote obituary to Add Taylor for Washington Democrat & letter to A R Miller & letter to Capt Lemon
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