Sunday Sept 27 A fine day I went to see Jones’s about thrashing they had promised to thrash for me tomorrow I met Ed & he told me they couldn’t come till next Thursday I think they have used me real mean Roy went to see Joe Romine he can thrash also next Thursday Rash Hull & family & Josh Squire & wife came visiting we had a good visit we saved 100 Ears big speckled seed corn have 200 in all my new pig weighed 135 lbs
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