Sat 15 A comfortable mostly clear da I mowed some lawn we have pict the last strawberries & how I shall miss them but from earliest to latest I guess I have had my share the girls got the mail at noon & i recd a letter from Mapelthorpe wanting pay that Vic owed at the clothing store poor dear vic he has paid all his debts with his life when will this cease I cut a coupon off 2nd liberty loan & drew 8,75 intrest Sylvia pd me 1,50 for Vic’s picture Leslie sent I went down town PM & got beef to boil 1,05 oleo 2 lbs 68c I got shaved 15c E Bradford called on the porch eve Ralf & Marjorie came to stay over Sunday I suppose I met Rach Hull in the barber shop he is very very poorly & weak not long for this world the eve train came on time the first for a week or more
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