Monday, December 10, 1923

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A very warm day for
December. Ben went
to Gretna and got back
before light. I did not know
that he was gone until he
got home. He eat breakfast
and loaded and went back.
He went to Danville today.
He has just come home
8 o'clock at night. Jim
went with him to Gretna.
He solde his last tobacco
today. He come home with
Ren Worsham and Emmet
Craddock. I was glad when
he come home. He brought
the children some apples
and the baby a rubber
camel. I fried meat and
sausage and caned it. Hope
it will keep. Made scraple.
I have hardly set
down today. Do hope it
may get colde by
morning.

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