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leaves well started. I put up lunch &c. &c. and we did everything we could think of - Papa & Charlie went down town (on separate errands) before breakfast, and after- wards they got all ready. Edna came and said they had told Nina who seemed better that her Mother had been moved over here &c. & she still seemed not to suspect the truth. Dr. Millard arrived in a carriage. Mrs. Page came in and at nine o'clock we had the show service - and all was over very soon. Poor little Ted -& Charlie too. A beautiful star of flowers came from the girls at Eastman's. Auntie, Charlie & Dr. M. rode in the carriage behind the hearse to the station (Dr. M. got out down town) and Papa took a car soon afterward. They were to leave for Adams at 10:15. I went down town, but Mr. Cutler had gone to Albany & left word I could stay home to-day - dear man. I took Frank his bicycle


leaves well started. I put up lunch &c. &c. and we did everything we could think of - Papa & Charlie went down town (on separate errands) before breakfast, and after- wards they got all ready. Edna came and said they had told Nina who seemed better that her Mother had been moved over here &c. & she still seemed not to suspect the truth. Dr. Millard arrived in a carriage. Mrs. Page came in and at nine o'clock we had the show service - and all was over very soon. Poor little Ted -& Charlie too. A beautiful star of flowers came from the girls at Eastman's. Auntie, Charlie & Dr. M. rode in the carriage behind the hearse to the station (Dr. M. got out down town) and Papa took a car soon afterward. They were to leave for Adams at 10:15. I went down town, but Mr. Cutler had gone to Albany & left word I could stay home to-day - dear man. I took Frank his bicycle


leaves well started. I put up lunch &c. &c. and we did everything we could think of - Papa & Charlie went down town (on separate errands) before breakfast, and after- wards they got all ready. Edna came and said they had told Nina who seemed better that her Mother had been moved over here &c. & she still seemed not to suspect the truth. Dr. Millard arrived in a carriage. Mrs. Page came in and at nine o'clock we had the show service - and all was over very soon. Poor little Ted -& Charlie too. A beautiful star of flowers came from the girls at Eastman's. Auntie, Charlie & Dr. M. rode in the carriage behind the hearse to the station (Dr. M. got out down town) and Papa took a car soon afterward. They were to leave for Adams at 10:15. I went down town, but Mr. Cutler had gone to Albany & left word I could stay home to-day - dear man. I took Frank his bicycle

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