Mon 5 Another hot uncomfortable day 104 deg in our well house I mowed the north park & cut with the sickle & got a heaping basket full of grass for the cow & I dug along the edge of the walk aways after dinner we went to the funeral of Mrs Kreger at their house preached by Rev Mueller in English & German very impressive but so very warm it was to me almost unbearable many attended I got mail at noon letter from Leslie is getting fairly started in the Hosp capacity 3000 & near full some from over sea Susie  & Lavanda just called John Lindsey calld wants pasture for 1 horse will turn in the 6th at $2 a mon[th]
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