Mon 18 Cooler NW wind but not freezing we arose late but all feeling OK a good feeling Chap called wants to be married tomorrow Willard went to call on some sick PM we took a nice ride around the town & suburbs I sent a card to Zimmerman about puttying windows in the eve Judge Robart wife & daughter calld & spent a late eve Willard made candy we had apples Mrs. “judge” had a mans voice when singing
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