Wednesday, October 1, 1902

A fine day; the fairer we have seen this wk. thus far this forenoon.

I shut up the shotes (young male pigs) & raked some hay in the afternoon.

Pa and I hauled up four jags (loads), 2 of Timothy (horse hay), 2 of wild (grass).

Henry sowed his winter wheat today & went to Scranton leaving Willie to shovel it in.

Harve is digging his potatoes today.

Yesterday I cut a little fodder & shook out the wild hay which was still in the windrow.

A frost last night & a sign of rain this evening.

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