Friday Mar 25 A nice drying day froze a little in the morning I helped Harve get the last of the Straw Stack over East & we put it in the barn for bedding Roy commenced sowing oats after dinner East of the orchard the ground works fairly well PM I took Bell to Keota to go to Washington to take teachers examination I took a good sized roll of butter to Sanders & traded it for sugar the first news I heard in Keota was that Harriet & Willard had their house burned in Richland I couldn’t learn particulars home rather late
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