Friday April 19th 1918 Considerable cooler a real cold NE wind I kept good fire in the grate Maude got the mail we 3 wrote to Leslie & I went PM & Maild the letter & got draft cashd from Nellie & Roy 1,50 each for Vics picture I got tea coffee soap oleo too cool to stand around the streets were deserted Maude came from Lewis’s last nite after we had gone to bed
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