Wea. THU. NOV. 19, 1896 Ther.
Rode my wheel to school. Pa + Ma went to Jamestown. Pa got him a suit of clothes paid $11.50 for them.
Wea. SAT. NOV. 19, 1898 Ther.
Cut brush on Webster Place in A.M. In P.M. stayed at home + cleaned up my gun. Ma + Rollie went up to Unkle Gib’s.
Wea. SUN. NOV. 19, 1899 Ther.
Eat breakfast + dinner with the operator at Miller’s and walk from there about 5 mi to Fred’s grandfather after which we went to church.
Wea. MON. NOV. 19, 1900 Ther.
In A.M. stayed at home. Hired Frankie Kineston to work for me $200 per year and a quart of milk for 9 mos. House furnished, etc. In P.M. went to the burg got a saw cost $2.50 found a horse blanket.
Wea. TUE. NOV. 19, 1901 Ther.
Went to factory in P.M. worked putting in stable floor.
Wea. WED. NOV. 19, 1902 Ther.
David plowed. I took Alice + baby over to see Dr. Rich he gave the baby a bottle. Opened the silo. In P.M. pa came over. I split wood in the P.M.
Wea. THU. NOV. 19, 1903 Ther.
NO MORE ENTRIES MADE.
Editor's Note: In 1899 it seems the boys are done drumming up business for a while and are heading over to Fred's grandfather's house for a breather. From what I can find, I believe Fred Whetmore was from the Warren, Pa area and about 17 years older than Allen--so not really a boy. Of course, I could be way off but the pieces point this direction.