Thursday December 10, 1903 4 deg Above zero this morning A Calm Moderate Cold day & Sunny did not thaw Ralf came for Bell at 10-30 & they went home I gave Bell some apples we kept all Stock up to day for the first this fall I warmed water for them at noon Frank Roy’s hand brought wood & was here to dinner Carl came PM & hauled a load of manure to the Hughbanks place & the manure is now all cleaned up McReynolds called & sold me a paper 5c I got 25c pork for dinner
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