Sat 14 A fine day to work a Norris boy came & helped til 10 oclock & we got the Cellar full of wood rather the most I ever had in the cellar & a big pile of both Stove & furnace & I paid Norris boy 30c at 10 AM he went to work for Mrs Smith & at Eleven AM I gave Ora Wasson a check for 9,30c & he went home PM I went down town a while
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