Tues 2 Cool & cloudy cool NE wind thunder & shower I got right to work this morning & uncovered my strawberries then a Central Life Assurance agt came to adjust the policy held by Dear boy Vic Evry yearly dues was fully pd up & the adjuster handed mother a draft for $2000,00 H G Moore came with the man Vic must have had his mothers intrest at heart when he kept the policy so well pd up tis very hard to give him up I was proud of him I went down town & got a thick nice beef steak $1,00 Harriet cookd it Painters finishd at noon grape arbor & all I gave Ward chk for 7,75 for paint shower this eve kept cow in Barn
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