Thursday 3 A very fine day lt SE air I got sweet corn for dinner & husks & hard corn for the cow I dug up mothers dahlias I got our laundry at Ashs & pd Carrie A 1,25 Sade Topping called for milk & being lame in her arms I carried the milk to Florilla Longwell I got mail at noon letter from Isabel, Colo [Colorado] & card from Montgomery ward cant send trunk for 10 days I wrote them sent card back & if they are absolutely sure of sending trunk by 15 inst to send it if not to send my money back $13,48c I lookd at a trunk Mrs Ruby has for sale $6 I got rendering plant chk cashd $1,00 I raked & burnd all brush at Wanrus he has returned & wants to live in my house as long as I will let him so he said I left Bank book to be balanced
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