Sat 13 coldest morning this fall 12 below freezing It seems real good not to have to mix & bake my cakes I got feed for the cow I went down town & got a drayman to come & haul out the manure in the barnyard 3 good loads on our truk patch & I pd Leibe 60 cents Ura Taylor came & workd 9 hours & mother pd her 1,25 I carried plants upstairs & churned I & mother wrote to Leslie I sent a card to Jon [John?] & Ellen I went down town & maild letter & cards & got bred & cinnamon
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