Wed 16 A very fine warm day I painted my name on our trunk & hung the storm door to the cellar & I took paint to Dr Wells to paint their kitchen walls & floor we drest & I got mail & we went by invitation to W W Siglers to dinner we had a splendid dinner & a good social visit we allways do at Siglers we went down town & I pd H G Moore $sixteen hundred dollars & am to have that amt in gov Bonds 4 ¼ of 4th liberty loan I saw Muscatine Journal Agt & pd him 35c & am to have paper up to & include next Mon eve we came home at 5 a very fine eve Jones calld to buy cow
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