Monday December 19th 1892 A cold morning dry below zero I was quite cold but not disagreeable all day Harve not able to work we hauled a load of hay from over west & PM Mag & I went to Vic Carris’ to see Mabel She is better but as they wanted us to stay to night I left Mag & I went for Sylvia & came home I helped chore I went to Carris’ & Mag & I set up the after part of the night Mabel seemed better
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