Mon June 1st A very nice pleasant da I took our wash to Carrie Ash Ralf H started back to Grand Junction Hulls took him to Washington in auto I got the mail I hoed some in the strawberries & I took the weeds all out of my late corn I got 12 – 10 in tile in the park & Harry Taylor hauled them here & I placed to make a bridge in to my barnyard I walked to the park twice & look at my fence acros the creek E&W the hi water didnt take fence out entirely I put our home policy lately renewd in my deposit box 5 yrs from Noon of 16 inst I gave a note $200,00 to Geo Treischman to collect on P Livesy & Wm Livest [Livesy] & they want to pay it nxt Sept first
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