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45. Clear Windy. N.W.
Ther. TUES. MAY 12, 1885 Wea.

Helen B Lea called for
advice & medicine, also
Wm Hinton & Miss Mary
Snowden. Very cool for
the time of year.
Immediately after dinner I
was called in a hurry to
P.T. Stablers a young man
(a carpenter) having cut his
foot very badly. I took
Millie with me I dressed
the wound which was
an "ugly" one extending from
"instep" to the end of the
great toe of right foot
and "to the bone." in depth
gaping open two inches at
least. After supper Charley
drove "Fritz" to the spider to the
"Olney Grange." Home about 1. a.m.

50. Cloudy Variable
Ther. WED. MAY 13th, 1885 Wea.

Sent the phaeton to Thos Budd's
shop & had the tines "re sett"
Afternoon Willie & I painted
the wheels. I spent some
time at the smith shop
superintending the setting
of the tires of "my phaeton"
wheels "Jim" Johnson
brought me a cord of oak
wood from J J Shoemaker's
with his "(Shoemakers)" team
to settle Johnsons old account
for professional sevices

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