In LB Sat 25 a fine day & warm we went to store & got a house dress for Nellie 3,75 & gingham for Margaret & a can white cherries & candy for Kids went to Market & Saw all Kinds of fresh vegetables & strawberries fine ones 20c qt Slept good last nite & feel good to day got our trunk from Depot pd 50c to landlady dinner 60c for 2 & Palmer came & Nellie with him & we rode E several miles to the breakers a fine ride & Nellie enjoyd it but was tired went to Palmers & I gave Nellie $5 & we took taxi for Hotel & we got a good room pay $30 a month I pd $15 down & we are well located took supper 50c both we greatly appreciate the Kindness of Mr & Mrs Palmer [Nellie’s in-laws]
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