Monday June 17, 1918 A pleasant day I paid the Crosset boys 1,50 for taking my cow to date I took our clothes to Carrie Ash I mowed the Alley & the N park then I went to the pasture & fixt the west fence at the creek the water warm & not high I waded saw Ed Mackey about my Muscatine Journal also saw Agt Boice & I guess the paper will come better it came early this eve the girls got the mail at Noon Mother & 2 girls pict 1 tree of cherries & canned 15 qts Floyd Green came with auto this eve & took Sylvia & her girls to Keota Zimmerman called & got some boards for hen coop
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