October 1892

1 Sat

Cloudy and cold with a heavy NW wind. The wind blew a gale in the night and all day and still blowing at bedtime. Kept me gathering apples all day. Blew down the henyard.

2 Sun

Some clouds and cold with a NW wind. Myself and wife went up to Mr. Straight’s today. Made a good visit. G.W. Fulton and wife and J.W. Fulton and wife here.

3 Mon

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. The ground froze very hard to dig potatoes. Will and Alice went to Blaine. Me and Harden dug potatoes.

4 Tue

Cold with a SW rain. In the afternoon, the wind and rain from the NE. I went out to the factory and took out eggs and apple sacks. Came back and took my dinner at G.W. Fulton’s.

5 Wed

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind all day. I dug some potatoes in the garden. Will and Harden went to the Mill for me and took 20 bushels of buckwheat. Enoch Lovely called this afternoon. He was moving a man to Blaine.

6 Thu
Cloudy and cold with a West wind. Drizzly rain most all day. Jonathan Hersom was here today after sheep. Mrs. Hallett’s second wedding today. Cold and dreary tonight. So ends the day.

7 Fri

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. We was digging potatoes all day and Harden went to Blaine in the evening. Jud Straight called and Mrs. F. Glidden here. Also, Mr. J. Murray.

8 Sat

Some clouds and warm with a NW wind. We was digging potatoes. We finished up by Harden’s 26 bbls. Dr. A. J. Fulton called this evening to see about sheep.

9 Sun

Cold with a NE rain all night and till noon today. Cleared quite cold. Fred Blackden and wife and family was here this afternoon. Perry O. Cox here today.

10 Mon

Clear and cold with a NW wind. We was digging potatoes all day. Me and Harden and Will dug all day and got 10 bbls. G.W. Fulton called in tonight.

11 Tue

Some clouds and cold with a NW wind. We was digging potatoes all day. Me, Will and Harden and Harden hauled them in. I finished gathering my apples this afternoon, except some crabs.

12 Wed

Clear and cold with a NW wind. We was digging potatoes all day. Harden took the first load to the factory this morning, 11 bbls. At 55 cents per bbl. A.J. Fulton, M.D. and Abe Turner called today.

13 Thu
Cloudy and cold with SE wind. Some rain in the afternoon. I was digging potatoes. Harden went to Blaine with sheep for Aaron.

14 Fri

Mostly clear and warm. We was digging potatoes all day today and hauling in. J.W. Fulton and Ralph Forsythe was here this evening. Clear and cool tonight.

15 Sat

Some clouds with a SW wind. We was digging potatoes all day. We had W.W. Larrabee and Alvin Giberson dug 35 bbls and hauled them in.

16 Sun
Cloudy and rainy looking this morning with a SW wind. Rained some in the afternoon. Myself and wife was home all day. Will and

Alice and children went to G.W. Fulton’s.

17 Mon Clear and cold with a NW wind. We was digging potatoes all day. We had W.W. Larrabee and Alvin Giberson. Cyrus Shaw called here today. I sent Mrs. George Hallett one bushel of apples.

18 Tue
Clear and cold with a NW wind. We was digging potatoes all day. Harden took the first load to the factory this morning at 55 cents

per bbl. A.J. Fulton and Abe Turner called. (This is a repeat of Wednesday, the 12th events. Uncertain as to how grandfather got this mixed up)

19 Wed

Cloudy and very foggy this morning. The wind from the NE. Commenced to rain about 7 o’clock and rained all day. Myself and wife, Will and Alice went to Quilting at Harden’s.

20 Thu

Cloudy and cool with a NW wind. I went to Brawn’s this morning and got Mare shawed and took out two bushels of apples, two pairs of socks, six dozen eggs and two for which I received $2.84 from York & Luce. I got an order from Jones for 250′ of plank.

21 Fri

Some clouds and very heavy cold West wind. I was home all day. Will and Harden went to G.W. Fulton’s ‘Wood Frolick’ in the afternoon. I pulled my beets this afternoon.

22 Sat

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day doing chores. Pulled my carrots. Harden went up to Jones’ Mill and got some plank for stable floor.

23 Sun

Very cloudy with a SE wind. Myself and wife went over to John D. Lindsey’s and took dinner. Saw McManus and wife. J.D. Lindsey’s daughter went up to Fred Blackden’s and took tea and drove home before dark.

24 Mon
Cold with a NW moderate rain all day. Isaac Straight here today and got some oil. J.W. Fulton here for oil.

25 Tue
Cold and cool with a NW wind. I went out today and got the carriage mended at Brawn’s shop. Cost $1.25. Took dinner at J.W.

Webster’s. Received $4.25 for factory potatoes. Will and George here.

26 Wed
Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. I was home all day choring. Signs of rain and sprinkled some a little through the day. Will and

Harden commenced plowing.

27 Thu

Cloudy and cool with a NW wind. I was home all day choring. Will and Harden was plowing all day. John Jamison was in here this evening with a woman peddler.

28 Fri

Cloudy and cool with a NW wind. I was home all day. W.W. Larrabee and wife and Harden went out to the store of York & Luce. Will got a bbl of flour today.

29 Sat

Cloudy and cool with a West wind. Myself and wife went to Blaine this morning and took our dinner and tea at Dr. A.J. Fulton’s. I settled with B.F. Jones. Came up to Richard Bell’s and stayed all night.

30 Sun

Cloudy and cold with a NW wind and heavy frost. We left R. Bell’s this forenoon about 11 o’clock after breakfast. We drove up to G.W. Fulton’s and took our dinners. Made a short visit and drove home.

31 Mon
Cloudy and cold with a West wind. A cold wind all day. I was helping Harden all day at his horse stable and choring.

This ends the last day of October, 1892.

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