Fri Sept 22 A very fine warm Calm Sunny day water has Stopped Coming in new Cistern PM Weiser came & tinned the Deck of the roof I done Some hauling & PM I went up to the pasture & turned over my Navy beans to dry & I picked up a barrel packed full of kindling & blox & shavings at new house & Vic took the wheelbarrow & brought them home Gooden pd me $3 cow pasture up to Oct 1st 1905
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