Friday May 1, 1891 A nice dry day looked some like rain in the Eve the girls went to Nira & got the mail letter from Nora Shirley & I went to the other place & finished trimming hedge for this year home to late dinner & Pm he & Harve hauled wood from the North maples & I went to Keota for Sylvia took 25# butter to Keisman 15c cash I took Tib to the blk [black?] Norman no go home at dark roads hard & rough
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