Thursday, November 7, 1918

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Ben W. Brumfield at Feb 03, 2009 10:45 PM

Thursday, November 7, 1918

A good day. Ben hauled
lumber from the mill. He brough
three loads. Josie sewed some
to day. I went to George Blairs.
There was no one at home but
Denia. George had gone to Gretna
with tobacco. The rest of them
had gone to Max Creasys burial.

John Dalton was buried this
evening. There is more sickness
and deaths than I ever heard
of in the same length of time.
Heard today that Dick Wooding
is very sick.

Tonight Ben and Josie has gone
to Strait Stone for groceries.

8 oclock

Thursday, November 7, 1918

A good day. Ben hauled lumber from the mill. He brough three loads. Josie sewed some to day. I went to George Blairs. There was no one at home but Denia. George had gone to Gretna with tobacco. The rest of them had gone to Max Creasy_s burial. John Dalton was buried this evening. There is more sickness and deaths than I ever heard of in the same length of time. Heard today that Dick Wooding is very sick. Tonight Ben and Josie has gone to Strait Stone for groceries.
8 oclock