Thursday March 24th 1898 froze hard this morning & Roy finished breaking Stalks over west PM Bell & I went over north in the fair view district & to our own directors trying to get Bell a School She is the first of my girls that applied for a School & didn’t get it all schools seem taken & it looks like a slim chance for her but we will keep trying we fed up all the Shock corn in the piece north of the hog house & will commence on the yellow corn North west of the barn 3 acres roads midling good
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