8 Fri Cool clear a fine morn we arose on time ate a good breakfast of pancakes slept good last nite Willard pollishd his fine car & we all went 25 miles to KC & took dinner in very crowded restaurant Cafateria style had fresh halibut & evrything then went across the K river to KC Kas to the funeral of Mrs Parsons a very estimable woman 58 who we had met once before Willard conducted the funeral home at sundown letter from Leslie in NY City Hotel McAlpin he is just embarking for over the sea & will be very ancious til we hear again Harriet & W went out this eve
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