Sat 20 dark cold cloudy NNE wind snow most of day & for a while it melted but this eve Evrything is white Mother & Maude went to WRC PM only 8 present too stormy I went & maild 2 letters & got 200 Dr. Burrill strawberry plants at the Depot pd 31c ex I got ham 40c pd 39c all I had I gave mother one dollar our cow had a poor day in the pasture but to nite she is dry & warm in the Barn I heeled my strawberries in good & now they are snowd in I have fire in grate & furnace
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