Wea. SUN. JULY 5, 1896 Ther.
Pa + I went to church. Ma + Rollie went down to see Aunt Em. Unkle Gib, Aunt May, Grandma, Frank and Marvin were down.
Wea. TUE. JULY 5, 1898 Ther.
Went to the factory, then to the burg, then mowed. In eve Ma + Rollie went to the burg and Mrs. Mason came up with her.
Wea. WED. JULY 5, 1899 Ther.
Worked all day haying in the meadow in front of the school house. Drew in 2 loads of hay. Pa + I are doing the haying alone. Claud Wate went off Monday because he couldn’t get $18 per month.
Wea. THU. JULY 5, 1900 Ther.
Got up at 9.00 and washed the buggy before noon. In P.M. drew in 3 loads of hay.
Wea. FRI. JULY 5, 1901 Ther.
Hayed it at Pa’s.
Wea. SAT. JULY 5, 1902 Ther.
Stayed at home all day. Gail fixed up his house.
Wea. SUN. JULY 5, 1903 Ther.
NO ENTRY AGAIN UNTIL OCTOBER 10th.
Editor's Note: Was $18 a month a fair price? Frank obviously thought not and I tend to think he was a competitive employer given the number of properties he owned and operated throughout his life. So much for Claud.
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