Saturday March 30th 1918 A fine warm day I got my varnish can from Zimmermans & he gave me a check for $15,00 rent for Apr I sawd up all the old grape arbor pieces for Kindling & raked up some trash I deposit 8,00 & keep 7,00 Zimmerman check I got 21 in [inches] gingam for Maude & pd her 1,00 I owed her I got needles 10c 2 qts onion sets 40c smokd ham 55c butter 1 lb 50c & oleo 1 lb 34c I maild pkg for Maude 9c several lady callers to bed 10,30
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