Monthly Archives: September 2011

September 29, 1902

A most disagreeable day, not cold, but very raining, starting with a spatter at about eight this morn. It has made a steady afternoon of it. Water is lying all over the ground. I did a little work on the … Continue reading

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September 27, 1902

Today has been fine the more remarkable after the storm that raved last night. I cut some corn this A.M. and in the afternoon mowed some of the second growth hay. It is fine this year, the best I ever … Continue reading

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September 25, 1902

A cloudy day, tho pleasant and cool to work. Harve and I made a well at home here today. Wm. Ritchie paid me 10¢ on telephone messages tonight. Yesterday I was in town & received from Ecklund $2.10 for message … Continue reading

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September 23, 1902

Today was a continuation of the rain storm which commenced yesterday and spattered some today. I gathered some walnuts this morning. This P.M. hauled some wood and gathered some corn. Sunday went to S.S. (Sunday School) and returned by way … Continue reading

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September 20, 1902

Just returned from Ernest’s; drove Doll (horse’s name) over, brot back two sacks of apples. The day has been rather rainy, having started to rain at 8 o’clock this morning. Have been cutting a little corn in the last few … Continue reading

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September 18, 1902

A fair day, cool and dry and withal fit weather to dry the fodder beyond a sufficient value to warrant cutting. I cut some this A.M and in the P.M. mowed the wild grass in the slough, though it is … Continue reading

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September 17, 1902

I spent the afternoon cutting corn on the… (unintelligible) …this morning being a little rainy. Casey was unable to thresh. Tomorrow is to be a great day at Lohrville as the leading feature of the carnival is the ball game … Continue reading

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September 15, 1902

A fine day but rather windy for pleasure. I helped E. Dudley thresh today. Grain is in a bad condition as one might infer from the amount of rain we have had on the straw in its ragged state.

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September 13, 1902

Last night brot a very heavy frost which leaves the corn leaves looking rather pale. A very severe frost for so early. This is Fanny’s birthday, 27 years old. (Pictured are Sister Fanny (Frances) and husband Henry Stephenson, who is … Continue reading

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September 11, 1902

A fair day and quite cool. This afternoon we were stacking hay, which I cut yesterday on Henry’s. It seems now as if we might have frost tonight. Last night I took two of the bee boxes; the crop of … Continue reading

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