Saturday August 3rd 1918 A fine warm still day I finishd digging potatos for this year & have 18 bu fine ones in the cellar I got 17 to 20 ears sweet corn to cook & dry I went for the mail near noon Card from Leslie is located at Hospital in DC & we wrote to him & maild the letter this eve Lavanda & Ellen calld this PM I depos Zimmermans chk $15 & kept $5 I got 3 writing tablets & toilet paper at Wards pd Bertha 50c our forces are still driving the Germans & take Soissons & many smaller towns shaved 15c
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