Wednesday Dec 29 Nice warm & thawing wind NW We Harve Vic & I took old Pewe & dot & a heifer to Wellman to Scot & Sigler & got $90 I deposited $60 in the bank & brought $30 home Paid Harve $5 the Cattle weighed at Home 3160 & at Wellman 3140 I gave Vic 25c to spend home to dinner & Harve cleaned out the henhouse & stables & got a load of Straw & a Shock of corn for the steers
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