Tues 16 A fine fall da[y] towards eve clouded & light & cooler E wind I lookd the town over this morning & got Ed Goodwin to haul a big load of strong manure from stock yds to cover a pipe pd.50 cents I got Jay White to haul 5 loads fine dry dusty manure from stok yds for $1,00 I got A. Turnipseed to haul me a big load of good manure pd 75 cents & now my garden is well manured I wrote to Sylvia & Isabel 4 pages I went down & maild my letter & pd Jes Gardner 4,50 my last ice bill for this year H. Stricker got the old gas stove & pd me 50 cents now I feel that I am getting fixt, but want a load of wood from the lumber
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