Wed 4 cold much snow & Mountains we rested very poor I am most sick we ate no breakfast & at 11 am arrived in GJ & Jap Sylvia & Isabel met us at the train I got drayman to take our trunk to Sylvias pd 50c & we took street cars Jap pd & we soon had a good dinner of which I ate sparing but am feeling better I visited with my girls all the PM & Ralf came in the PM he worked nites in the Beet Sugar factory 12 hrs a day 37 ½c an hour Mother & I have been deprived of Sleep & rest 2 nites and went to bed earlier in an extra good bed Sylvia has a good comfortable home & everything plenty & seems to want her parents to have the best she has I sent a card to Harriet in Olathe
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