Monday Nov 22 Cool but a real nice day & roads splendid we arose Early & I took Maude to Wellman & left chk for $5 for her at the bank with George Treischman Bell also went along & I took her to her School at Brown School house 3 miles E of Wellman I helped her Start a fire & she has a good school house & apparently a nice lot of pupils the SH is well built & furnished & She gets $35 a month 3 ½ mos I am real glad she has so good a job this winter I came home by 12 pm got Mag needles & oil Mailed letter at Wellman 1 to Montgomery Ward & Co $2 for tin washers by Express $1 to Washington Mutual Bank Post office order for 1,20 assessmt on Corn Policy Harve hauled manure from old Straw Stack N of orchard & he husked Corn for Roy AM & I have now paid Roy all the work I owe him
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