Thurs Apr 7 A real nice spring dry day & I worked good for now I fixed a barn door & a feed rack & Several gates &c & PM went to Nira took 12 doz Egs at 7c I got Harriet a table cloth & 2 dusters $2,10 Harve tinkered around & split a little wood we sowed some grass Chaff from the barn down north in the oat ground
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