July 11, 1902

A fine day and we had hoped that good weather was again coming on the stage, but tonight, 10 o’clock, it is raining again.

The river is all over the bottoms, yet tho out on the flat country the water seems to be running off rapidly.

I was reading in today’s Register and Leader that the floods in Des Moines are the highest in fifty years,

Yesterday was fair.

Harve and Abbie moved over to their new home.

Miller bridge is down for repairs and our mail-man has to return with a relay of horses,

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