Wednesday July 31st & last a very fine da & cool 53 in the well house this morning I dug & put in the cellar 1 ½ bu potatos & a bucket full to use I got sweet corn for dinner & we had corn pancakes for dinner & supper Willard took Isabel & Marjorie to Ioa City this PM I gave Isabel $50,00 Willard came back Early & took mother & I for a ride past our farm to Keota Crops look fine we called at Mrs Deyoes She looks poorly Mary Willards sister looks in fine health & fleshy home after sun down & I milkd by electric lite Edith Weller here & spent the eve
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