Sunday July 31 Cool cloudy & a pleasant day Vic & I salted all the Stock 3 of my colts have distemper bad we got a big mess of good Sweet Corn for dinner but the dry weather will cut the crop very Short with us Roy & Cora came to get their dinner & Roy got mad & went home as soon as dinner was over because I told him he lied when he said I had the girls go out in the field & pitch grain & help thrash & he knew he lied but stuck to it it rained a small shower PM
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