Sat 19 drizzle rain AM & dark cldy all da I made a fire in the grate I got the mail at noon and recd letter from Roy [he is] glad we are coming will meet us in Seymore tues at 10 am I went down town & found the burial of little Agnes Topping ready to go I walked up to the cemetery A priest officiated as Agnes was Catholic it was dark & sprinkled rain a dismal funeral for our dear little neighbor girl how we shall miss her I was down town again & settled with T D Adams he paid me $316,50c & I gave him up his note for $300, $16,50c & I gave him mortgage & release I pd Eardly Bell Jr 50c for the release I deposited the $316,50 in W S Bank [Wellman Savings Bank] it drizzled rain most of the PM Nita Spear was buried this PM
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