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.
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