Wednesday March 20th 1918 A fine warm day we had many callers & many flowers for Vic Dave came about 10-30 & we were glad to see him we recd flowers from Mr & Mrs John Fleming Tom OFlaherty our Mayor McIntosh & others Leslie & Roy went to the Bank & got Vic’s Effects clothing gun jewelry 3 gold watches keepsakes &c Aunt Ellen mother Dave Roy Leslie & I went to the Taylor Cemetery to pick out the last resting place for our dear boy Vic allways a respectful good boy to his parents our old nabor Mrs Hicks Jake & wife calld this eve & among others Mrs Morrow to whom I gave a check for $4,60 for telegraph she sent to our children we drove our auto to the cemetery I went over to our Brown house & found it wired except connecting & Browns are all packd & he went Sat [Saturday?] woman & kids here yet
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