Monday December 2 1918 Olathe Kansas My hand trembles so I cant use a pen We arose late & ate a good breakfast of pancakes & then a good dinner & at 1-30 we all started to KC roads fine & Willards fine Lexington at its best in an hour [we] were in KC & went to the rr office & Willard got me a rebate on my Sleeper ticket to Denver of 6,30 as my ticket is date[d] [Dec] 2 & reduced rates ordered for 1st Dec we all took supper in the depot restaurant very first class & I paid for 4 2,38 Willard knows KC by heart & we were fortunate & very glad to have him show us how & what to do he took us to our Sleeper & we reluctantly separated at 6-55 & we started at 6 feeling we had experienced most 4 weeks of No 1 visit & entertainment
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