Friday May 27 Nice till PM when we had a hard shower in Wellman but none here it filled my bank cellar ¼ full of water & stopped work till we got a drain dug a load of rock came from J E C Baker proprietor of Cedar Valley Stone quaries but they were not what I ordered so I refused to accept them I had quite a talk with Agt Connor about it he seemed like a nice man Harve finished harrowing corn I came home Early & brought Maude her School is not for this term I paid all my hands off by check & paid Turnipseed $3,45 for unloading a case of brick for me
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