Wed 6 in Olathe at Harriets warm & cloudy Slept had 9 oclock breakfast extra good pancakes &c Harriet surely has a fine home she is the only child of mine that has a finer more comfortable home than father & mother I never ate & slept in as nice a home I rode with Willard several times as he attend to his pastoral duties he has a fine new Lexington car & is very busy it rained a shower at noon & is warm & looks much like rain we went to a war meeting to nite in ME Church & heard a man who claimed to be from over there tell some wonderful stories he was working for a 2 million [dollar] drive for 17 diferent organizations & in my estimation told many lies & was long winded
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