Saturday Sept 21 SW wind pleasant Sunny day the boys hurried away their Cows & Vic & I went to Roys took them fresh pork 25c & Lilian  pnuts [peanuts?] we stayed to dinner & then brought our yrling Nell colt home Vic rode her part of the way She went well but has a very bad scar on hind leg from a wire cut & the Sore is not well yet we brought a Sack of apples from the farm I attended Rep Caucus & was Selected as one of 11 delegates to the Co Convention at Washington next Sat I got butter 50c at Beardsleys I got 3 loaves bread a watermellon – big one – 10c & fine Sack peaches 25c no fire in the grate needed
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