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Courtland Olds Diary, 1895


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May THURSDAY 30 1895

Did not get Do done plastering in the our kitchen &c until nearly noon to day. This afternoon I have been planting early potatoes. My wife and Bertha have been papering the kitchen, and have just finished this evening. There is another change in the weather to report. It has become quite warm again as well as dry.

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May FRIDAY 31 1895

I prepared the front garden patch this morning for planting to corn and got the corn in this afternoon. Our friend Mr Reemer is with us this evening The weather is wonderfuly warm for this time of the year, as well as dry. There seems but little prospect of rain somehow. Awfords are begining to drill in the ten-acre field to peas to day.

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