Thursday Sept 8th It was raining this morning so Harve took Sylvia to her School. Cleard off at 9 Oclock am. The Boys both hauled manure in the afternoon. Roy took Bally to Wellman. And Harve did not Work. Lunt? brought the plow home that he had borrowed.
Wednesday Sept 7th We had a nice Shower this morning. The Boys both hauled manure. At home in the Afternoon. Roy and I went to Mr. Lewises [Lewis] to his sale. Things sold very well. A large Crowed. I paid 80 ct road tax. Gave Roy a dollar.
Note: Isaac’s wife, Margaret, is still writing these journal entries. Isaac will be home in early October 1892 and will take up writing the journal entries at that time.
Tuesday Sept 6th A nice day. The Boys both went to the other place and hauled manure. Roy took Sylvia up to Nira to article for the School and they got a letter from their Father. We were all glad to hear from him and that he was having a nice visit with his Brother Delos. We received nvite [invite]Taylors Wedding Card. Lunt? borrowed the plow.
Monday Sept 5th A nice day. Roy plowed. Harve hauled manure at the other place. Took Salt down to the Steers. They are doing well he says. Sent I. N. a letter.
Sunday Sept 4th A nice day but real Cold. Sylvia, Hattie, Bell and I went to Bunkerhill to a Sunday School Convention and went to Ira Adams and took dinner had a nice dinner and had a nice time. Heard a splendid Searmon by Reverend Potter. A great many asked about Mr. Carr.
Saturday Sept 3rd A nice day. Harve hauled manure. Roy went to the rook at Nira and plowed in the afternoon. The Girls and I went to Nira & got them new Shoes for five Dollars. Sylvia got the Nira School for the Winter at 35 dol [dollar] a month. I canned 20 qt of Corn and 16 qt of Apples and we filled all the beds and Washed. In fact some quite a hard days work
Friday, Sept 2nd A very nice day, but quite cool. It seems like fall. Roy took Hold to Keota. Home at noon and Plowed in the afternoon. Harve hauled manure at the other place. Mrs. England here and spent the day. Read a good letter in the Advance [Wellman “Advance” Newspaper] from Mr. Carr