June 1889

1 Sat
Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. We finished planting potatoes today. Havelock Bartley here tonight. Frank Larrabee was here. Fendlesen called here.

2 Sun
A SE rain most all night and all the fournoon. G.W. Fulton here to dinner. Havelock Bartley and Anna Murray here today. Frank Larrabee here.

3 Mon
Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. Some rain. We built our Line Fence down by the brook today. Marked our sheep and put them in the pasture.

4 Tues

A warm SE rain most all the previous night and today. We was fencing and plowing and cleaned out my cellar.

5 Wed
Cloudy and warm with a SW wind. It rained all the previous night and some throught the day. I went to Blaine.

6 Thur
Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. We planted our beans today. Mrs. F. Hawksley here.

7 Fri
Cloudy and warm with a NW wind. We was plowing buckwheat land today. Sings of more rain. Mrs. J.W. Fulton here today. (Mary Ann York (Shaw) Fulton)

8 Sat

A SE rain most all the previous night and a great deal of rain through the day. We was plowing and stumping today.

9 Sun
Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. I was home all day. Signs of more rain. So ends the day.

10 Mon
Cloudy and very foggy this morning. It rained all the previous night with a SE wind. I finished planting my garden today.

11 Tues
Cloudy and warm with a NW wind. We was plowing and sowing buckwheat today. Mr. Hatch, the Apple Tree agent, here to dinner today.

12 Wed
Cloudy and warm with a NW wind. We was sowing buckwheat, plowing and harrowing. Mrs. Helen Lister here to tea. So ends the day.

13 Thur
Some clouds and warm with a NW wind. We finished plowing today. T. Bartley, Harden and wife to dinner. Heavy thunder and lightening and rain tonight.

14 Fri
Mostly clear and cold with a NW wind. Me and Harden went to Bell’s this morning and swapped horses. We cultivated our potatoes today.

15 Sat
Warm and cloudy with a SE wind. Rained in the P.M. till eight. I went to Blaine and got Buck­wheat from Jones. Dorothy Bell here tonight.

16 Sun
Some clouds and warm with a SW wind. I was home all day. Dorothy Bell went home this morn­ing. Fred and Stella came over on a visit. Fred went home.

17 Mon
Some clouds with a cold West wind. We was hoeing potatoes today. G.W. Fulton was here to dinner today.

18 Tues
Clear and cold with a NW wind. Heavy frost this morning. John Close here today. I planted Peppers and Cucumbers today on new land. We was weeding potatoes.

19 Wed
Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Wife and Stella went out to Delong’s on a visit. We was weeding and hoeing potatoes.

20 Thur
Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. I went to Blaine this morning and got Mod shod. Brought Alice home. Mary and Jane Delong and Evelyn Fulton here.

21 Fri
Clear and warm with a NW wind. Me and Perry was hilling up potatoes. Harden took the wool to the Mill. So ends the day.

22 Sat

Warm SE rain most all day. I took Alice and children home today. Traded some with B.F.Pierce. George called here.

23 Sun

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day. G.W. Fulton here to tea. Fred came and took Stella home today.

24 Mon

Clear and cool with a West wind. Me and Harden helped Jim fence today. Arthur Hutchinson and wife got buckboard today to go to Dr. Syphers.

25 Tues
Clear but very smokey and warm with a SE wind. We finished rolling our logs today for turnips. Mrs. Dave Irvin called.

26 Wed
Mostly clear and warm with a SE wind. The two Mrs. Listers here today. Me and Harden fenced for Jim. We set heaps afire.


27 Thu

Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. It rained heavy in the night and most all day. Me and Harden went out to Blaine and got a load of shingles from Jones.

28 Fri

Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Finished one firken of Butter today. Me and Harden fencing for Jim today.

29 Sat

Clear and warm with a NW wind. G.W. Fulton, John Elkins here to tea. Evelyn Fulton and Lizzy Fulton here this evening.

30 Sun

Clear and warm with a NW wind. I was home all day. Emery and George Hawksley was here today. Herbert Fulton and Lizzy Fulton called.

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