Saturday January 12th 1895 not quite so cold but blizzardy in the morning but after a while faired off & in the Evening was more comfortable we only done the chores & I waited on Mag who is Still sick abed the stock all stood the Storm well Harve took the girls to literary at Nira this Evening & Mag got down stairs & set up till bed time Harve has worked 181 days & drew $59,10 Wm Carris called & borrowed my ice saw
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