Sunday Nov 20 A real nice pleasant day wind South we arose late at Sylva’s Jap fed my horses & we attended Methodist Church preaching by Rev Chew Saw Several friends & acquaintances at a good dinner at Sylvas Called an hour or so on Jim Deyoe & wife & at 3-40 left for home Came by Roys & got lard press &c & Roy tells me I will have to build more crib must build another 16 ft length Corn is turning out real well I will have nearly or quite 4 – 16 ft lengths of crib full mostly 9 ft wide & 11 high we arrived home at dark found Maude Nellie & Vic all right we had some Apples & I wrote in this book
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