Thurs 27 Warm mostly cldy & showers We arose a little early Expecting Nellie from Oklahoma via Washington & she came about 7 before we had breakfast & I gave E C Goodwin a check for $4 for bringing her from Washington Nellie is poor in flesh & looks sickly I hope her visit home will improve her health she is taking a serum treatment & Dr. Wills came & injected the serum in her arm John Fleming & wife were coming to spend the day but rain Kept them away we also lookd for Sylvia from Keota I got 68c meat this morning for beef loaf had our first new Beans Ralf came before dinner Florilla Longwell came by invitation & spent the day I got the mail at noon I got our washing & pd Carrie 1,25 & I pd Lyman B one $ for city water to June 26
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