Tues 2 A fine warm day with thundr at diferent times & a light shower at noon I worked at my barnyard bridge put in all the Baptist ashes & a lot of stone at the ends & all our old cans & trash the girls got mail I hoed some in strawberries I went down town PM & traded meal for corn flour & pd 20c got saleratus [sodium bicarbonte/baking soda] & crackers 35c Zimmerman gave chk 15,00 for July rent & I got his window screen to put wire on
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