October 16, 1902

Today has been fair.

We finished the potatoes, the digging of them, this A.M.

I put pokes (devices to keep sheep from pushing through a fence) on 13 of the sheep which were intent on crawling through the fences.

The County Surveyor stopped here this morning on his way to survey for the road running North from the school. (Cedar #8.)

(Here is a plat from 1905, showing the road North from the Country School, Cedar #8. The road is slightly crooked today, but more of a gradual bend around the Martin Casey house, which still stands.)

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