Friday December 13 1918 At Sylvias in Colorado Clear & cool thawed some I rested midling last nite & am maybe a little better to da Jap got me some Strychnine pellets to take & some quinine bromo I pd Jap 20c President Wilson landed in France I ate no breakfast & little dinner & less supper Isabel came & staid 2 or 3 hours this pm I ate a pear this pm one of some Mrs Stinson gave us it tasted good I attribute my dizziness & bad feeling to the high altitude over 4600 ft
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