Saturday November 16th 1918 at Harriets in Olathe Cloudy warm S wind we are all well many new cases of influenza reported I walkd down town with Willard I got shaved 15c Mother & Harriet are doing much cooking Harriet is a good cook & Willard is a good provider he took my shoes to be ½ soled we recd letters from Nora & Nellie the latter gaind 7 ½ lbs  it looks & feels like rain warm Willard brot my shoes neatly ½ soled & heels fixt & I pd two dollars
 I think Isaac is talking about Nellie, who was not well.
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