Thursday October 11th 1917 Cool & mostly cloudy I got a good feed for my cow out of a shok I found a letter from Leslie on the porch this morning & it rained a little & then got a little colder All day stiff NW wind I watered all plants & shaved I went down town at Eleven No word from mother I ate lunch at Lewis 15c Sat in the bank & read Came home at 3 I pict a basket of grapes & put in the cellar Vic came with the auto We went to Wassonville mill & got grist 5 small gunny sax chop Barley & oats I pd Fellman for grinding 50c & for a sak Wassonville flour $3,00 Put grist in the Barn Vic, Miller, Brown went to my timber for hickory nuts Sade Topping called & got a pint of butter
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