Friday Dec 11 A very Extra fine Sunny day we arose Early & the hands soon got to Sawing wood & I stayed with them most of the time & we made it go finished by noon & I pad Carris’s $5 & paid Snider $2,25 & Sam $1,50 Vic Carris came to dinner & brought me $105,00 interest money from Hervey Carris this comes very handy & Hervey is very prompt the Dr & Holden came at 10 AM & Mag is no better PM I went to Keota & brought Bell I got Mag oranges pears & crackers but she has no apetite Harve split some wood & chored we have an extra fine pile of sawed wood to do the next year & lots of dry wood in the wood house
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