Thursday December 19th 1912 A fine dry day to work partly cloudy I went up to the pasture & husked the last Shock of fodder hauled corn & fodder home Vic helpd me put the fodder in the hay mow I chopt & Sawd some wood in the alley the School boys are carrying away much of my alley wood for Shinny clubs [used for batting balls around] I paid C. Emde  one dollar [to] service bull to Jersey 10 months ago
 Probably Charles Emde of Lime Creek Township, Washington County, Iowa who was enumerated in the 1910 U. S. Federal Census, Roll T624-427, Enumeration District 0129, page 6A, FHL film #1,374,440.
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