Saturday October 12th 1918 A very fine warm morning growing weather Mother mixt soybean flour in our pancakes & we couldn’t eat them this bean flour is one of the substitutes we are required by gov to use to save flour I put the bean flour in the cow feed She can save it Geneva Smith called to use our phone Carter boy brot us 2 boxes fine strawberries I pd him 40c I recd notice from Natl Tribune sub expired July 18 & I am dropt I ans that I sent $1,00 renewal Sept 5 I wrote to Natl tribune to that effect & went to the Bank & Geo Trieschman looked up on the draft book & found as I stated & I wrote the tribune Mother went down town & traded at Kabakers $10,93c & I gave a chk I mowd grass for the cow Mr & Mrs Rupe called this eve Mr Rupe brot us light biscuit for dinner Geneva called to use the phone
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