Thursday March 14th 1918 Colder dark gloomy misty damp it snowd a little tony Harvey & a helper came at 8 Oclock & went to work taking Kalomine off the upstairs Hall & finishd & went home a little aftr 5 I tried to find Herbert Ash this PM but he had gone to the country but he calld me up this Eve & will let me know in the morning what he will wire & fixture the Brown house for I was down town at Bank & PO Pie plant is just peeping thru I bot 1 doz Eggs pd 30c
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