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Courtland Olds Diary, 1895


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June WEDNESDAY 5 1895

We were blessed by a beautiful fall of rain this forenoon which was very much needed. Busied myself during the forenoon in making repairs of different kinds. Went down to John Marrs chopping this afternoon to get some threshing wood cut up ready to draw not being able to lay over and fences this Spring has shut us off from this usual source of supply.

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June THURSDAY 6 1895

Have been geting up wood from John Marrs chopping to day for threshing wood Jim has been helping me, Also George Awford. We have succeeded in geting up six loads behind the barn. The late rain had cleared away and another cool spell has followed almost Cool enough for frost There is a considerable injury to wheat reported by the late frost in different localities.

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