Thursday February 28 1907 damp misty Sprinkled rain I finished Splitting my wood for this Spring & we have a good lot of oak & hickory Stove wood [Jacob] Gunden got his 3 barrels of ashes I Saved for him & I am now Saving for El [possibly Elmedia] Bishop Gunden borrowed my wagon neck yoke
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