Wednesday Nov 11 Cool & mostly sunny & pleasant ground froze hard in the morning but mostly thawed out Snider & Harve finished husking corn about middle PM & we pulled topped & put in cellar about 10 bu turnips & they are fine out north of the hay barn the ground hadnt thawed entirely & we left some turnips large & nice till it thaws again we turned the cows over East this Eve in the Stalks & punkins I paid Snider off this Eve $7,00 & he paid me 20c for a bu of apples got some time ago Roy brought 2 loads of Corn he has now brought me 203 bu of corn at 17c 80 lbs to the bu we covered the strawberries with leaves from the door yard & the little boys took some leaves to the barn for bedding
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