Saturday Nov 13 Cool & Cloudy Harve & I worked all day steady setting posts for a corn crib 32 feed long & 9 wide in clear I am tired this Eve Sanger called AM & I bought 50c buckwheat flour & 5# fine honey 50c Roy brought 4 big loads of corn Harve has worked 37 days & drew 12,00 Willard & Harriet & little Mary De Yoe came after we had gone to bed & it was raining a little
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