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32 Sun. Dec. 13-

{written 12-13-'14 cant be

written again for one hundred years}

Phoned to Grace early in

morning folks went to church

Mr. & Mrs. Ripple here for dinner

B. & I went down town & sat

in the park awhile came

home & went to Union meeting

at M.E. church this evening

Mr. Essert of Dinner Colo.

spoke on "White Slavery" &

excellent speaker he said Pres

Wilson was the biggest President

that we ever had & that he

didn't vote for him either there

was quite an applause when

he said it: Mr. Kahlman was there:

De 14, 1914

Mrs. Lindley went to Los Angeles

this morning at 7 oclock Mrs.

Doyle came to wash. Mr. Smith

came to take order for Groceries

& Everett came to deliver them

Bessie & I went to Pomona this

P.M. to do some Christmas