Monday Mar 23 1891 Cloudy cool raw & very muddy Mag & I went to the funeral of Louis Bradford went to V Bradfords then to the Baptist Church in Wellman where the funeral was preached by Rev Cornelius Test took Halder 1 but potatoes he paid me one $ we went there for dinner I bought 4 doz oranges 1,00 one doz lemons 20c I got my head washed 5c Harve chored & I got home when they were done found Bloss & Phoebe with calves 1 steer & 1 heifer
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