Wednesday October 13 1920 warm & dry S wind it thunderd & Sprinkled rain a little last nite Sun rose brite & clear & Staid so I got mail at Noon No letters & Main St was very very dry & dusty I never saw it more dusty I got hamburg steak 25c Pm mother went with C C Gardners to Pierces to a LAS [perhaps Ladies Auxiliary Society?] & she heard that Lyman Bradford town marshal & JP & our Nephew my Sisters Boy had left town left his family under a cloud oh the evils of Beer whiskey & women while mother was gone I lookd over old letters & old pictures of long ago I went to Snidr creamry & got cream pd 1,00 & I churnd twice 15 min each time & got a fine mess of butter but quite warm Mrs Marner Brot us some fine apples & pears & mother took her some butter milk
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