Thurs 14 Warm warm Partly cloudy a light showr last nite we lay long in bed arose at 8 oclock our Naber Aggsons came home this morning from a visit in Oklahoma been gone over 2 weeks & seemd very glad to be home I took a tea cup of butter to Rupes we had borrowd I got mail at Noon & got Rupes mail a letter & pamphlet & he brot us some buns & got his mail I found Frank Scranton here as I came from the PO he staid to dinner & then went to a hog sale
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