November 17, 1902

This morning was the most marked by frost of any of the season as it hung from every light substance until noon.

This forenoon I count nearly lost to me, as I waited at the bridge to see Toyne until the mailman came along nearly noon.

Husked at Harve’s corn in the afternoon.

I see that I have no record of Sat. 15th. On that day I got the shotes (Shoats are young male pigs.) into the new house & in the afternoon went down to look over the bridge and the grading necessary to its completion.

While there, drew an order on Treas. $6.20.

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