Friday September 20th, 1901 Cool & real cloudy no frost last night tho it was quite cold & I almost wished after I had gone to bed that we had covered & brought in the plants we recd a letter from Mother & Nora & wrote to them drayman brought 4 in iron pipe from Craig I went to see N Messenger about working for me not at home Vic called Roy by Hamiltons telephone to keep our colt up
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