February 1889

1 Sun

Cold, snowing, blowing and drifting all day and still drifting at bedtime. Harden hauled five cord of wood for Fred today.

2 Sat

Clear and cold with a West wind. I was home all day. Mrs. Mahan and Mrs. Crain made us a visit here this afternoon. Signs of a storm.

3 Sun

Some clouds and quite warm with a West wind. I was home all day. Some signs of a storm. No callers here today.

4 Mon

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. James W. Fulton called in today and George W. Fulton called here tonight.

5 Tuesday

Cloudy and cold with a SE wind. It begin to snow at noon and snowed and blowed heavy till bedtime. I drove to George’s this morning and took 11/2 bushels of potatoes and too dinner. E. Manser came and took her organ.

6 Wed

Snow all the previous night and all this fournoon. I broke into the woods and George and myself hauled two loads of wood.

7 Thursday

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day. George took a load of wood home today. Fred came home last night from Pittsfield.

8 Fri

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day choring. J.W. Fulton called in. G.W. Fulton had Harden and Fred Blackden with him today cutting wood.

9 Sat

Cold East wind with a little snow. George and Fred helped to saw wood in the fournoon and then both went home.

10 Sun

Clear with a SW wind. Fred took Stella to his father’s this afternoon. John D. Lindsey and wife and three children here today. Will York and daughter called here.

11 Mon

Clear and cold with a SE wind. I was home all day. Jim got the pung to go to George’s for Mary Ann today. Signs of a storm. George came to cut wood.

12 Tuesday

Cold with a NE snow storm all day and still snowing at bedtime. George went home today. Harden took him out a load of wood.

13 Wed

Stormed all night and fournoon today with a NE wind. Harden went to Blaine today with colts. Tupper’s Dummy took dinner here today.

14 Thu

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind with some snow squalls through the day. Quite blustery and bad roads just now.

15 Fri

Clear and cold with NW wind and very blustery. Jim got the pung this morning to go to Watson’s Mill. Me and Perry was sawing wood in the fournoon. Me and Harden put of six bbls of Early Rose potatoes for Hewitt this afternoon.

16 Sat

Clear and cold with NW wind. I was home all day. Me and Perry was sawing wood. Isaac McPerson called here. I was talking with Mr. Towle about Dyer.

17 Sun

Cold and snowing from the SE in the fournoon. The fog was very thick and it commenced to rain about noon. The wind changed to the NW at bedtime.

18 Monday

Cloudy and cool with NE wind in the fournoon. Me and Harden took ten bbls of Early Rose to Hewitt’s today. It commenced snowing about four o’clock and Harden got a bbl of flour today.

19 Tuesday

Cloudy and cold with a West wind and very blustery. I was home all day choring. There was two Rag Peddlers here this morning. So ends the day.

20 Wed

Some clouds and cold with a NW wind. Harden took Straight’s hay home. I mended G.W. Fulton’s shoes. I got a letter from J. Meagher to send Perry to school. Jim went to the Mill today.

21 Thurs

Mostly clear and cold with a SW wind. I was home all day. Harden went down to Isaac McPherson’s to get some bags. James brought some meal home.

22 Fri

Cloudy and cold with a SE Wind and very blustery. Looks very much like a storm. Snowing some bedtime. One of the buildings burnt today at the factory.

23 Sat

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day choring. It is 18 below at bedtime.

24 Sun

Clear and cold with a SW wind. Signs of a storm. George Broad, J.W. Fulton and wife and

Cad Collins here today. Perry went to his father’s funeral.

25 Mon

Some clouds and with a SW wind. Harden went to Watson’s to see about some logs. Jane and Girt Lindsey here to supper.

 

 

26 Tue

Clear and quite pleasant with a SW wind. Fred and Stella came home today. Evelyn Fulton here today. Jane and Girt went home.

27 Wed

Clear and warm with SE wind. Fred went over to his father’s this morning. I hauled four loads of wood. Goodie Cox brought Perry home today from his father’s funeral.

28 Thu

Clear and warm with a West wind. We yarded up five logs this morning. I took Mod and went to Blaine and called to Irvin’s to pay taxes to Fred Hewitt. I got some fish.

 

 

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