Tue Mar 5 Clear Sunny NW wind a very drying day & roads are getting good a white frost this morning & Gunden sent over a thick badly nicked dull axe with request that I Sharpen it to day which I did & it was a job I worked at wood in the alley & took old wire & Slat fence apart & put the wire in the wagon to put in a ditch I still get pig milk at Smiths I took gasoline pump to Millers to be fixed
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