June 21, 1902

Plowed the corn this A.M. and in the P.M went to Churdan to discuss telephone with a company who propose(s) to run to Churdan and wants to use our poles.

We proposed to put on cross bars and rent them a right to two wires at 50¢ per post.

(Written at a later date.)

June 21 was the date of the killing of Marshall Swaringen by Shipman who was afterwards killed by the Sheriff’s Posse.

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