Saturday June 8 1918 A most beautiful comfortable drying day I hoed some in the Barn garden Mail 2 hrs late Electric Johnson called & got wire &c left here I gave him a Check for $10 for resetting our electric stove we had a most bountiful dinner new beets peas strawberry short cake &c &c the girls got the mail after dinner & I went down & put C Rickey $87,00 note due next feb in my deposit box & got soap 25c & starch 25c came home & hoed in the barn garden but tis too wet I hoed beans west of the grape arbor the girls & their Kids all went down town this eve & is now 9-20 & the train from the E has not come trains are irregular on acct of high water washouts & bridge gone the girls came in at 11 oclock & Ralf with them
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