Fri 28 Warm & mostly clear I tied up some grape vines & made another Cat hole in the barn house stable floor & now I think the cats can get under the barn all round we all 4 wrote to Leslie in Clermont Ralf got the mail by going the second time him & Isabel are at Amos H for the nite I went to PO & maild 3 letters this PM & got 2 lb sugar 20c & salt 10c & mowed some lawn Sylvia & her girls came from Keota this eve I hoed a row of Navy beans
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