Wednesday December 17th 1890 A very fine day we hung the red gate at the front by the road got 2 loads of picked up wood one load of manure Sawed some wood I went to Nira PM got $24,00 pension money & $22,57 milk money for Nov home in time to help with chores S T Leighton Called in the Eve wants to borrow more money I told him he could have it
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