Tuesday December 24th 1912 A very fine Sunny day I worked a little at wood in the alley & I went to T D Adams & bot a very fine 20 lb turkey for Christmas I pd $3,00 pm I got Bananas Cheese macaroni candy &c for Christmas I gave Harvey $5 Also Roy & Winnie & grand children one $ Each I gave mother in all $20,00 for Christmas I gave Vic & Leslie Each $5 I Sent Each of my girls $5 & one $ Each to their children I gave Emma one $ Burrel Foster pd me $200,00 on note rent for farm last yr & we fixt up the old lease to do for rent of farm til Mar 1st 1914 Eve we all went to Christmas tree at M E Church where I helpd put up 2 Christmas trees this morning Rach Hull called & took Marjorie home with him
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