April 25, 1902

We got a fine rain last night which was much needed as the ground had become quite dry and grass was growing slow in consequence.

We ran sheep into the lot this morning but they kicked out at noon.

We have three litters of young pigs aggregating fourteen.

The wind is blowing wild tonight and fitful showers are falling tho almost blown to a mist.

Henry’s phone was put in yesterday.

Our walnut set not yet arrived.

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