Jervis McEntee Diaries: March 23, 1888

Friday, Mar 23, 1888 Cold as winter again. I went down to Rogers, Peet & Co and bought an overcoat, two pairs of pantaloons, three summer coats and two vests and a pair of shoes for a little over $54. A Mr. Stevens called to get a picture for a collection at the Hardman piano store. He is going to start an art paper and get a subscription out of me. I can predict the result of his efforts. It always makes me smile when anyone wants to start an art paper. The wind has blown a gale all day and it is like winter. Spent the evening at Marys and came to my room about 10.30. Mr & Mrs. Fullerton (nee Mollie Pierce) called at Marys.

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