Mon 19 Mostly clear & pleasant I mow the alley & some more I got mail at noon & letter & card from Leslie & others he is doing well & is well satisfied with his job got mail in eve & went [to] Chantaugua PM & heard a whirlwind speaker on the war urging everybody to fight save & give he had better take much of his speech to himself went again in eve & as Ollie & son Virl [Verle Carris] & a girl had come, we went in Virls car & I bot them 3 tickets 1,65 & I put their car in Jones garage & I pd 50c
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