Sat 27 Quite cool & frosty this morning The sun shines Bright we arose at 8 I feel fair I finishd & mailed letters to Leslie Mother & Isabel also wrote mail at noon we got No letters after a late dinner when Isabel gave me Straw Berries & very fine & ripe I got Ralph to Send to Rice of NY for a double truss 14,00 we went down town I got shaved 15 cents & met Dave & Roy we had a good visit at Ralphs RE [real estate] office they brot me home & stayed awhile my 3 collars sent 2 wks came this eve 12 cts
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