Saturday October 22nd 1898 Cool Cloudy & damp but Cleared off towards evening & the roads dried Some Vic has rode my Millie Mare a few times to Exercise her My horses are getting to feel Extra good being kept up all this bad weather PM I drove up to my old farm with Joe who was very glad to get back to the old place & said he would rather live there than in Wellman we got a Sack of apples the sowing machine squash punkins turnips & Roy lent us a fresh Spare rib & backbone Bell came from her School over north to Roys & we brought her home also a Bohemian girl working for Roy rode to town with us quite a load Mr. Jess Longwell & Mrs. Sade Topping called & Spent the Evening, Harve 326 & $142.50
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