Sunday Dec 31st & last of 1911 The year goes out like a lion much colder high NW wind the boys & I Shoveled much Snow off the walks I gave Geo Stewart a check date 30th for $15 & he went away he wanted more he wanted me to Pay a drayman for bringing his little engine from Frank Hamiltons but I persuaded him that $15 was pretty good pay for what he done I went to church had communion Service & used the individual service for the first time in our church Mother didn’t go to church She is not feeling well & this is a disagreeable cold day Emma tried to help me fix a fire at Shillers it looks weak to night
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