December 26, 1914 Saturday

This the coldest morning by far we have had this winter.  The thermometer stood 10 or 12 below {zero}.  We al staid down to Angies last night.  Slept over to Mirt Phelops house.  She and her man was out home.  I found the furnice {furnace} out and the house cold when I got over to Angies.  Took nearley half an hour to get it warmed up and it was nearley 9.30 when we got breakfast and we left for down town about 10.30 and the 11.45 car.  Got home about 1.15 found thing in fair shape but rather cold.  Got some diner and got both horses out and  warmed them up.  I give Will Somerville aride after the colt.  He thought she was acracker Jack.  Cold to night.

Frank Woodworth died this eavening or to night.

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