Tues 29 Colder & all kinds of a day [at] Roys & Johns A cold dark fog came from the NW but went by & was a cool comfortable day we got mail at 10 am & after dinner Roy borrowed a car & after much tinkering & fixing at 2 we started for Corydon roads not the best but we got along fine & found John & Ellen [Brewer] well & glad to see us I bot Cracker Jack & candy 70c & sent back to Roys Kids I gave Arden a silver dollar John & I got mail & war news continues to be favorable
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