Sunday May 8th 1898 An Extra fine Sunny warm growing day I never saw plum bushes both wild & tame any fuller of bloom all fruit Seems in good fix so far Mag & I Vic & Joe took Sylvia & baby to Mr. Greens to stay a few days we had a good visit & went & called on Mr. Plat Tallman  just home from the west where he has been in search of health found him quite poorly home in time to chore Ralph Hull & Otto Klokenteger  here took Bell & Maude to Keota to church Snell called looking for his cow put hayrack on the wagon & run it in the barn
 Possibly Pulaski Tallman, age 69 in 1898. He lived in the Seventy Six Township, Washington County, Iowa. He was born in New Hampshire.
 Ralph & Otto were future sons-in-law of Isaac’s.
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