Sun 8 A very fine sunny cool da My back is yet lame but I think getting better I got sweet corn for dinner & I went to Baptist Church & heard Mrs. Dewey A very ladylike appearing Preacher woman we went to M E Church this eve & heard a fair temperance lecture by Paul McBeth Mother & I gave our check for $5 to help the cause of prohibition home & to bed at 10 Oclock
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