Sat 16 A fine cool morning I carried 5 pails water to scrub front porch I don’t feel well Wellman has 875 people & with Lime Creek TP [Township] 2075 & in 1910 we had 2032 I fixt some trap triggers & got mail at Noon Card from Dave I got $34 intrest on Bonds & depos it Fred K gave me a letter from Maude I wrote to Lincoln Woolen Mills Co dpt 554-208-214 Chicago & I maild the letter this eve & aftr dark C Rowe wife & 2 kids came & Staid an hour they brot us a gal sweet cider & a qt New Sorgum they are nice clever people I bot a nice 4 lb chicken of Zelmers pd 80c
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