Fri 2 Cold bright & Sunny I arose Near Eleven feeling very poorly Max S called & gave Ralph a check on the American Bank & he brot me 35,00 I gave Isabel 15,00 I laid down awhile after dinner Dave came awhile & aftr supper he & Roy came & stayed the eve also Amos Hull & wife Ruth & others calld while I was laying down I wrote to L E Wilkins of Belknap Iowa about $1100,00 intrest due Mar of Inst [instant] next
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