Monday June 13 Cloudy & looks much like rain I got the girls to help take my old Moline wagon bed in to the barn & I took it apart to put a new bottom & side in it but it soon quit sprinkling rain & I went to Wellman & took dinner at Amandas I worked around my building all day Holden finished the privy by 10-30 & I helped him some & then helped him carry his tools home & paid him one $ Albert Taylor came to see me about Carpenter work
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