Wednesday May 11 warm Cloudy & Sprinkled rain I awoke Early this morning very dizzy & Sick & Continued so all day Mag Vic & Harve took my 3 horses to W Hunters & brought me a chk on Kalona bank for $140,00 Holden painted our 3 porches roofs & vic took him to Nira with Millie & Prince & he painted the awning roof to my Store bdg I feel some better this Eve but have passed a poor day & Eat nor drank anything till this Eve & then only a little Roy commenced planting corn over west & Harve plowed west of the barn
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