Thursday July 9, 1914

Very warm all day. Mr. Higley came on the 10 a.m. and went on the 2 to Lacona, don't think he found Sidney as a call over the phone this evening from Lacona asking if Sidney had reached home yet came, must of been him, he wished to see him very much. I forwarded his card on the 7 a.m. Mr. Higley intends to go from here to Albany. I expected a letter yesterday and today from Sidney but none came. I am worried.

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