Thurs 18 A very fine da cool NE wind eve I mowd some lawn in the alley the Crosset boys took the cow to pasture & this was an excellent day for her only the boys brot her home again too early I got a small fish for dinner 25c a lb I had a fire in the grate Maude came home this morning from Gardners I hoed some in my strawberries but ground is too wet grass growed fine to da Maude got the mail Ike Mary & Mrs Rupe called Peas are coming I saw one hil of potatos coming
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