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[[preprinted]] 4 [[/preprinted]] | | B | E Mon 22 | Made 1 tob bed. Men worked on wiring house. F to Marlboro. F & Robert to movies at Waldorf. Much colder & windy. George Brooks for hay & corn. | | 6 [[separating line]] tue 23 | Frank sold bull & 3 calves to Robit T, Finished wiring house, got grass seed & fertilizer took fertilizer down on place. in aft got stuck in road. Robert Lee with Bob & Wallace to show at association. | | 6 [[separating line]] Wed 24 | Stripped tob all day. F & boys to Dysons & corner. got bottles from dot to put in gully, rain last night. F to Bobs at night. | | 6 [[separating line]] Thu 25 | stripped tob all day. Milton Bourne & willie Ann in aft. Boys took hay to Goldsmith. colder. Mary to movies with Tim at night. | | 6 [[separating line]] fri 26 | F to Maggies rely [[really-best guess]] colder. stripped tob all day. F to Bobs at night. | | 9 [[separating line]] Sat 27 | F, M & F. to Washington with Mr Pyles. got in wood and stripped tob. cold. Brent & wife. F & R to B,W & Dysons in aft. |.90 | 6 [[separating line]] Sun 28 | Wallace Robey, Kent Rawlins in morning. F to Bobs in aft. Clyde Boden in aft. nice day. F & Robert to mayhews &c. | | 10 [[End page]] [[Start page]] [[preprinted]] 5 [[/preprinted]] | B | E Mon 29 | got in 1 load of fodder. showers all day. cleaned drill & things. Mary out with Tim. paper man. mean to see about land. Brooks for hay. colder. | | 6 [[separating line]] tue 30 | snow nearly all day. man to see about Timber. F to Bobs at night Kent in aft. F & Robert to Brandt E. at night. cold. snow to night | | 6 [[[separating line]] Wed 31 | Mary didn't work. no school. cold. hail snow & freezing. | | 4 [[separating line]] | $3.90 | 152
I'm pretty sure tob stands for tobacco
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