Saturday June 29th 1918 Warm & partly cloudy I mowed some lawn the E & No park & the alley & weeded some in the S Berries [strawberries] Leila got the mail at noon I went down town after dinner & got meat 45c a sak 49 lbs flour & same lbs of substitutes oat meal 10 lb rice flour 10 lb corn flour 20 lbs & 2 10 lb sax corn meal & gave my Chk to Oldaker for $7,74 I went to depot after supper & met drayman bringing box 24 qts Blk Raspberries from S W Harve Riverside Leila went away for the nite
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