Monday November 6th 1893 A very nice dry day I took Harriet & Seth Carris to Keota I took 29 ½ # butter to B&S at 20c & traded Coffee 55 onions brown Canton flannel 5 yds 70c the bal [balance] I left with B&S Sylvia was in Keota & rode home with me we went by Nira & I fixed banisters to stairs to Hall Home by noon & PM I helped Harve get a big load of corn at the other place & Roy got 2 loads I got Harve a pair of nice mittens $1,75c
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