Tuesday, May 4 wet wet Rained hard all last night & rained this morning till ½ past 9 AM I took the girls to School & stopped to See Uncle Luthur found him very bad & crazy Roy worked at his fish Seine AM & PM trimmed willows & picked up hedge & put brush in a Slough over East Grant & I Shoveled over nearly all our Corn at least 400 bu picked out more than a load of mouldy corn & will feed it to the Steers & cows John Whetstine Called & I sold or traded him my old buckeye machine he is to mow and trim up for me 8 acres of brush in the E pasture trim the trees & cut thorns & crabapples in I went over to Bradfords in the Eve to Set up with uncle Luthur found him no better
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