Wed 26 A fair like winter day Arose rather late Roy went down & got the mail letter from Jap & Sylvia Vic not home to dinner visited with Dave most of AM Chris Miller brot 1/2 cord good oak & hickory furnace wood I split part of it & part all in the cellar Roy helpd me some I gave Miller a chk for $5 & we are square middle PM Dave & Roy went to Perry Ayers with Ethel in auto & will stay to nite Mrs Newt Turnipseed calld an hour or 2 I lent my maul & iron wedge to Rupe
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