April 1, 1902 All Fools’ Day

I have never attempted to learn how this came to be so designated, but certain it is that this is a season of uncertainties and one is often fooled by vain hopes or unwarranted caution or fear as to the turn of the weather.

I helped Ritchie saw this forenoon and yesterday, and went to look up corn shellers in the P.M.

Went to O. Long’s, failed to get him, then went to Gray’s and got a partial promise from Bud.

Weather cold.

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