Saturday, May 8th 1886 A warm cloudy day rained a little PM Uncle Luthur Bradford died this morning at 7 oclock Jake Jones & I layed him out & I Stayed there till 4 PM & Came home & went to Hix & told him to Send word to Vic Carris I engaged Senger to preach a Short sermon the boys plowed & harrowed the piece of corn west of the barn & plowed the piece N of the barn Mag went to Nira & bought & set out 219 Sweet potato plants Grant 48 daze [days’ work]
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