Thursday June 18th 1896 A real warming day I am tired waiting for Snider to help me lay rock so Harve & I worked at it all day & done a good job tho tis so warm we can’t make headway like we could if it was cool Roy here for dinner he came from Nira with a new mower & will cut most of my grass he was sick most of the PM & lay in the barn but mowed some in the Eve
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