Thursday Dec 18 A very fine day we got a load of rye Straw for bedding & took the children to Si’s Corner on their way to School Harve cleaned out Stable & hauled the manure over west I chored around most of the day PM Ollie Taylor & Mrs. Nicola came in one horse buggy I Sold Ollie 1 bu potatos paid a $ protracted Meeting ___?___ Commenced at Nira Harve rode Mag to Church in the Eve
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