Isaac writes a short statement about how the war in France is going.
Fri 7 A fine temperate clear dry da Our Strawberries are doing fine Isabel & Marjorie were all day at Amos Hulls we wrote to Leslie so did Sylvia & Leila I hoed my late sweet corn & some in the barn garden but tis mostly too wet to hoe mail was 2 or 3 hours late here at 1-15 PM & Eve [evening] came at 9 our Soldiers in France are holding the germans level about now & I am very glad to know it we went up to Ezras this eve & visited with him saw his well cultivated garden & Leila played his Victrola & we enjoyed the eve til 10 oclock & found Isabel & Marjorie home in bed I finished piling manure
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