Monday July 10 A nice hazy day I mowed over East PM the boys got in the hay from the hog pasture & Commenced over East after fixing the loader Mag & I went over to V W Carris in the morning to see him he was kicked by a horse or rather a Broncho last Saturday & 2 ribs broke he is just able to be around Mr Goodspeed Secy of Farmers Mutual Insurance of the Co [county] came & he & Carris insisted that I should go with them & help adjust the loss of Ezra Pool by fire & lightning last Saturday morning I went with Carris drove my team & we fixed the loss on barn & crib & contents at $1412,50c which was satisfactory to all parties Mr Herr helped me adjust the loss we came back to Carris’s to dinner & then home & I mowed some over East Snider came at noon & went home in Eve
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