Monday May 9 A very fine growing day but rained just enough to make it muddy in the PM we arose Early & I & Harve loaded up a good load of hay & Harve drove it to Wellman I took Maude in the buggy we put the hay in my new barn also a sack of corn I came home to dinner & we expected to prepare corn ground but the rain prevented & we took all the seed corn down from the garret & shelled some I went to Nira & got a set of harness I had sent for to Elkhart Indianna Called a heavy buggy harness cost $21,83 & 55c freight I am well pleased with it N Messenger & Lyman had cellar drain dug I met Waite Singleman & Steninger at my barn & decided to give my horse buildg [building?] to Albert Taylor
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