Wed 19 Cool rain Easy & steady all the AM & I done no work I got the mail at noon & got 2 lb sugar 20c yeast 5c 3 doz can rubbers 25c 2 doz covers 60c 2 rolls toilet paper 25 c small rod I went down town pm & to G & G lumber office & to Olda Kerr & got 25 lbs sugar for canning Mother Marjorie & Isabel pict & seeded a lot of cherries the PM has been warmer & pleasant & the rain is considered favorable to crops
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