Mon 21 Mother is sick a Taylor girl helpd PM pd her 40c I got mail at noon letter from Sylvia & Isabel also one from Leslie & he is well Sloans men started foundation for our monument I went to cemetery with them we sent our trunk to Willard in Olathe [Kansas] I drew $640,00 from Bank 400 draft 240 cash Sold A Turnipseed hay in barn for $17 pay in 2 mos at Bank Mrs Lindsey called to bid us good bye also C C Gardner & wife & Sade Topping & Florilla Longwell we lent her sewing machine Albert [Longwell, Florilla’s son] came for it Frank Arthurshut off our water I pd him 1,50 I gave treas[urer] M E Church chk for $50 for church & Benevolences
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