Tues 6 Cool but Sunshine fine day I lay til near Eleven & arose feeling Poorly I ate some dinner at Noon Mother & Isabel knotted a comfort[er] Dave & Ruth Came after dinner We got mail No letters Dave Read awhile in the Advance 2nd Edition of the Lew Gardner & Coffey fite J H Romines Obituary I laid down awhile Florence Hull called I wrote to C M Livezey & sent statemnt of monies & Credits
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