Thurs January 23 1919 Cool & a cool misty rain & damp I rested quite poorly last nite ate a light breakfast & feel better after taking a walk down town & to the Bank & got a $20 bill changed & handed Mother $5 to give Nora Allie went 20 miles to preach a funeral Mother is packing our trunk & we expect to leave here at 6 this eve for Los angeles & Long Beach after Supper went to the depot Allie had roped our trunk & I paid 50c for taking to Depot & chekt to Long Beach Calif I bot a Sleeper ticket for Long Beach Calif pd 2,25 we bade Nora Allie & Don goodbye we had nearly 4 wks good visit many fine rides all long to be remembered good bye Dear Nora
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