Fri 15 dark cloudy cooler In the PM it turned to mist & was quite dark I went with Willard to the church & he tinkered [with] the pipe organ & got nice pork tenderloin for dinner I took a dose of Salts Mother & Harriet sat in their nice large room & talked long this PM we got a large photo of Leslie by mail but think it looks too old the epidemics is bad around here it rained awhile this eve a girl 18 named Nellie came & spent the eve we had apples
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