Monday July 8 1889 Nora took milk to factory A nice warm day we [I] commenced cutting rye got along fine Kay mowed some North of the orchard we shod the little colts in the barn just after dark we had a bright black headed boy born here [Leslie Lewis] Mrs Hicks Mrs Joe England & Amanda here we also sent for Dr Morgan he got here after the boy was born I paid him $5,00 Holden Came with the Dr Amanda stayed all night I took Mrs. Hicks & England home & got to bed a little after midnight a real nice Evening
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