Saturday September 15 1906 South wind Warm & dry it threatened Showers but no rain here vic clerked for Shiller Leslie attended to his laundry Mother & I went to Roys & we finished picking the peaches 10 bu of firm ones done by noon had a good dinner Jap helped us pick we brought 5 bu home with us & a few apples home just in time we thought to escape a hard Shower but it didn’t rain a drop gave Hastings some peaches also Mrs Longwell & girls a few I paid Ezra Bradford $8,50 School money for Roy I took the 4 kids Each a Sack of candy 20c I got 2 watermellons 10c
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