Fri 4 Warm & mostly cloudy I huskd sweet corn for dinner & tis getting hard fast just laying in the barn I got all ready gates open to haul manure & about 9 Anderson Turnipseed came & hand & got right along they stopt when train came to care for express & brot a trunk from Montgomery Ward the same I wrote about yester they finished all cleand up at 2 pm charge $4,00 to go on cow pasture I swept up & locked my gate Lizzie Dickle worked for mother I pd her 1,00
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