October 14, 1902

A fine day after the most severe frost yet experienced this season.

It commenced to bite the ground shortly after sundown last night.

But for the breeze which sprung up from the South in the night, the ground must have been frozen badly.

We finished digging the big patch of potatoes today.

I see by today’s paper that the operators are willing to arbitrate on conditions which will bring this odious coal strike to a close

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