Saturday November 14th 1896 A very pleasant nice warm day I feel sore but am mending & able to be around tis Harriets last day of School at the Carris school house & I took all our children over in the buggy & went to Nira & got mail Harve went to the other place & got some punkin seeds & then around to the timber & brought a load of wood & PM Mag took the team & went to Nira to WRC I sowed nearly a bucket full of punkin seeds Ris Sheppard called & I sold him 2 cows & a heifer for $87,50 old Rose once our best cow & old Beauty & a roan heifer cows are selling at from 2c to 5c a lb no money paid we tried to plow on the new ground froze too hard Cora came & stayed Eve Roy went to Nira
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