Tues 20 A fine warm sunny day we went in Ollies car to the Taylor Cemetery & I cut grass & weeds & put flowers on all our graves & I thot much of my dear boy Vic we then went to Rach Hulls he is very sick & wil die he is very low got meat for dinner 40c aftr dinner Virl & McGuire girl went to young Seth Carris we all went to Chantaugua this eve & the whole program was simple dull & uninteresting & I was disgusted with the whole thing A manager was present & made a talk & tried to get people to pledge themselves to a Chan [Chantaugua?] for next year Tom OFlaherty tried to get signers to that effect he got 3 I maild letter to Leslie
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