June 25, 1902

It has not rained to speak of today tho a little this morning.

This afternoon was a good spell to work in the cornfield which is needing attention.

It has rained three successive nights & the coolness of the weather is making corn look yellow.

I have been plowing on the bottoms this P.M., crossing it.

(When corn is planted with a checkrower planter, the corn can be cultivated cross-ways, cutting the weeds between the hills of corn plants.)

The local hog market is the best in years, $7.00 per cwt., and an advancing market.

Ma is putting up her currants today.

Harve fixed up his old mower today.

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