Sun 10 Colder hard frost a pleasant day we all went to church AM & Willard preachd a fine sermon text Watchman what of the nite home to a late Excelent Chicken dinner I am reading a manuscript by an Army Nurse who was with Shermans Army around Atlanta GA Mrs Jackson she lives in this town Olatha [Olathe, Kansas] & is 83 years old PM we took a long ride west over Cedar Creek much lime stone & stone fences rough hilly stony land Harriet drove til the roads got so stony & hilly Willard took the wheel & I felt safer came back furthur south past a dam on cedar creek & a large reservoir supplies Olathe with soft pure water we past a pleasant eve & I finishd reading Mrs. Jacksons manuscript memoirs I sent a card to Roy I wrote to W S Bank Electricity sent check 2,86
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