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William Jeremiah Shreve Diary, 1907

William_Shreve_Diary_1907_31.pdf

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FEBRUARY WEDNESDAY 20 (51-314) 1907

I was about home in forenoon, weather clear started to snow about noon, In after noon Mr Irving & I went to Pike scheme to see Bradley's beets for which he claims damage field covered with ice so you could see no beets south of G.T.R but north of {Ry?} about 5 rows or abut {about} 10 loads for a team, Reeve & I went to Pump house to await the Com's Pump at work, water low, Bradley agrees to accept $75 in full of claim. many other farms damaged equal to Bradley came home via Townline to con 5 afternoon very stormy & rough I did not get to N Buxton to lodge at night as intended would not answer {Rune?} why he did not take off beets at home first

THURSDAY 21 (52-313)

I went to school house with Abie in morning then home at the chores & in after noon I took Ada to N Buxton Geo Robbins showed me the new petition for townhall site Edgar Hauling manure from stable door Weather fine all day stormy in evening

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