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chestnutts are plenty this year too, we saw people gathering plenty of them. After dinner & dressing & the last chapter of "Barbara Dering", I went downt to Ned's - where I found Frank Davis - and he walked up as far as Clifton St. with us on our way to John & Mae's - We found John taking a revolver to pieces and Mae washing her hair. And quite madonna-like with her hair about her face and the green-y wrapper on. We were entertained in the usual way - and made to stay for eating. John proposed a raffle for the only piece of pumpkin pie - but Ned got it and ate it. Jen Clements came before pancakes were ready and of course John talked "Henry

" to her. She is to be married the 21st. Mae cooked cakes awhile and then John - delicious ones - with honey & some of Mae's prime coffee &c. It was cozy & Bohemian as usual. We 3 girls walked down the Avenue together. Left Miss C near Willowbank & Ned & I walked way home. It was a lovely night. Oct. 5. Monday J.W. has gone to N.Y. again (to his beloved) and I'm busy. Stopped at the


chestnutts are plenty this year too, we saw people gathering plenty of them. After dinner & dressing & the last chapter of "Barbara Dering", I went downt to Ned's - where I found Frank Davis - and he walked up as far as Clifton St. with us on our way to John & Mae's - We found John taking a revolver to pieces and Mae washing her hair. And quite madonna-like with her hair about her face and the green-y wrapper on. We were entertained in the usual way - and made to stay for eating. John proposed a raffle for the only piece of pumpkin pie - but Ned got it and ate it. Jen Clements came before pancakes were ready and of course John talked "Henry

" to her. She is to be married the 21st. Mae cooked cakes awhile and then John - delicious ones - with honey & some of Mae's prime coffee &c. It was cozy & Bohemian as usual. We 3 girls walked down the Avenue together. Left Miss C near Willowbank & Ned & I walked way home. It was a lovely night. Oct. 5. Monday J.W. has gone to N.Y. again (to his beloved) and I'm busy. Stopped at the


chestnutts are plenty this year too, we saw people gathering plenty of them. After dinner & dressing & the last chapter of "Barbara Dering", I went downt to Ned's - where I found Frank Davis - and he walked up as far as Clifton St. with us on our way to John & Mae's - We found John taking a revolver to pieces and Mae washing her hair. And quite madonna-like with her hair about her face and the green-y wrapper on. We were entertained in the usual way - and made to stay for eating. John proposed a raffle for the only piece of pumpkin pie - but Ned got it and ate it. Jen Clements came before pancakes were ready and of course John talked "Henry

" to her. She is to be married the 21st. Mae cooked cakes awhile and then John - delicious ones - with honey & some of Mae's prime coffee &c. It was cozy & Bohemian as usual. We 3 girls walked down the Avenue together. Left Miss C near Willowbank & Ned & I walked way home. It was a lovely night. Oct. 5. Monday J.W. has gone to N.Y. again (to his beloved) and I'm busy. Stopped at the

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