Sunday July 21. A fine day. Went to Sunday school. A good crowd. Got up early this morning and washed buggy and use it a while this P.M. First time I used the team since the folks left. They looked fine to. Pigs are doing fine. They eat 24 ears a day now. Bought meat .15 for dinner.
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