Saturday October 22nd 1892 A nice dry cool day we finished digging the potatos over East I put them in the cellar by noon & broke six baskets of corn for steers Harve plowed over west PM & I went to Nira & got at Ashtons 500# fancy flour $11,75 1 bbl salt 1,25 lace for Sylvia 15c Coffee 50c 5 gals kerosene oil 75c Roy & Snider painted Snider has painted 8 ½ days Roy has worked 217 days & drew $94,50 Harve has worked 143 days drew $20,85 I fed the steers at the other place & took down 3 baskets for tomorrow Mag went to see Bridget Stapelton & found she had died at 10 Oclock this morning She stayed & worked all the AM
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