Thursday July 9 Warm & Calm & dry we raised the front porch 3 or 4 inches it had settled I put up some woven wire for clematis &c to run on Harve shelled some corn & we sacked 7 bag corn & 8 of oats for chop feed Bill Rodes called to tell me that Con [Converse] Bradford was cutting hay at other place Scott & Sigler stock buyers called Sylvia & Jap went to Greens
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