Tuesday July 12 A very nice pleasant day & warm Mag & I went Early to Wellman & I was disappointed in getting the mason to building Holden helped in the AM in the cellar & got tired & rested PM Albert Glider worked all day & we got the S East corner stoned ready for cement I got 3 bbls cement of Nicola at 2,90 a bbl & got a time for all ready to cement tomorrow we took Holden a jar of milk & a mess of raspberries & took dinner there Plumbers finished putting in the pipes for gas & we had an interesting bank meeting I declared a 4% dividend on Stock & Surplus home in time to help milk Harriet & Willard picked themselves some raspberries & after coaxing our girls to go a bathing in Roys pond went home he will hear from me for such conduct Harve helped Roy Shock oats
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