Wednesday Mar 31st Warm Cloudy looks like rain it rained some Early this morning & several thunder showers during last night we arose late at Holdens & after breakfast I took Fred Klokentagers chairs home & then Holden & I called on G Winslow he is sick I got 2# honey 30c got prices at both yards of lumber for my scale house & timbers for scale got Vic a pair of boots at Treischmans 1,50 Started home at 10 AM paid Downing 40c for team home at noon roads very muddy & sliprey found all right at home PM we trimmed the grape vines & mended a gate while gone Geo Bell sent & got my breaking plow he bargained for Some time ago he paid Harve $10 for me I got wheel barrow wheel & chains mended at Kings 35c
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