Fri 2 A fine warm sunny [day] I dug & put in the cellar 2 bu potatos I got 17 ears sweet corn for dinner & to dry I went for the mail near noon recd a card from Leslie in Washington DC but not located recd a letter from Mrs. Susan Morrow in S Dakota wants me to help her get the 1c [probably first class] fare to the Natl encampment in Portland Oregon I wrote to Newman A A G [Assistant Adjutant General] & had E Bradford sign it as adjt & I sent Mrs Morrow a card we had a post meet[ing] only 4 present Mrs. John Carter & her kids & mother called this eve C Carter boy brot us 2 boxes strawberries 40c Zimmerman pd rent for Aug
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