Oct 1 – Sawed out stuf for Theodores car. Made some blocks for saw. Old Maid Clark buried to day. Hawley helped Taylor draw hay. Jo Lee and Catharine came up here. I went over to burg with Catharine.
Oct 2 – Worked on car some and odder dings.
Oct 3 – Went to Kalamazoo to County Fair. Rainy day. Stayed to Catharines all night. Alfleda came back.
Oct 4 – Got home about noon. No work to day.
Oct 5 – At home all day. Hank and Nancy came in night.
Oct 6 – Went up to Mr Ridlers to rasing in afternoon. Sarah went over to Janes stayed all night. Carrie Knap Died.
Oct 7 – Went over to burg to see about getting rollers to move Hog pen. Ethan to work for the band boys. Carried two Ex sticks over to Mr Burrel. Went down to Dels and Streators. Got 4 four bushels wheat of M. O. Streator $1.35.
Oct 8 – Husked some corn. Henry and Lois here in Evening.
Oct 9 – Husked some corn. Ethan went down to Charles Lees. Hank and Nancy went down to Catharines. Schyler Harris and wife came here. Stayed all night.
Oct 10 – Went to Comstock to Mill. Harris and Sarah went down to Catharines. Pleasant day, warm.
Oct 11 – Drawed in buckwheat, thrashed some, drawed one load corn. Ethan came home in forenoon. Mrs Polly Earl, Hat and Libby Taylor here in afternoon. Pleasant day. Opened Hannahs fellon in Evening.
Oct 12 – Pleasant, cold East wind.
Oct 13 – Thrashed buckwheat. Hawley put corn in barn. Hank left for Chicago.
Oct 14 – Finished thrashing buckwheat. Went over to burg got rollers and pries to move hogpen. Cleaned up buckwheat, had 12½ bushels. Fine day.
Oct 15 – Harriet and Edith here. Made whiffletree for Wes buggy. Sawed out stuf for Catharines rack. Drawed cornfodder. Went over to burg.
Oct 16 – Drawed cornfodder. Went over to burg. Got plank of Burrall. Rained some. Town thrashed wheat. Nancy went down to Browns.
Oct 17 – Some misty. Barber came over helped move Hog pen.
Oct 18 – Leveled up hogpen. Hawley helped. Ed Wilcut came here in afternoon stayed to tea.
Oct 19 – Not well. Ethan, Hannah and Louesa went down to Catharines. Pleasant day. I gathered some Hickory nuts.
Oct 20 – Worked round hogpen, made henroost larger. Jim went up to Wes after Beech nuts. Went back stayed all night. Libby stayed all night. Wes called here in Evening.
Oct 21 – First Snow this morning. Worked on car some. Rainy day. No work.
Oct 22 – Ethan dug potatoes. Put car together. Pleasant day and cool.
Oct 23 – Put wheels on car. Sarah went over to burg to see Jane, stayed all night.
Oct 24 – Went to burg. Took Roolers home. Worked on apple rack. Ethan dug potatoes.
Oct 25 – Carried Mr Knapps pries home. Finished apple Rack. Pleasant day. Hawley finished husking. Went down to Catharines stayed all night. Alfleda went to Kalamazoo with Mr Carlton to see Orson Stars folks. Wm Wheeler got his violin. He paid 75 cts.
Oct 26 – Rainy day. Got some beechnut. Came home in Evening.
Oct 27 – Made bin for corn in cornhouse. Cool wind. Snowed in night.
Oct 28 – Snow 3 inches deep. Hawley started for Hastings. Worked on whiffletrees. Made two for Theodore Earl.
Oct 29 – Went down to Marts. Got hog. Hawley got home.
Oct 30 – Went up in woods cut two trees for sleepers for stable. Snowed like fun, melted fast as it came. Had it sayed on then would have ben 2 inches.
Oct 31 – Drawed two sleepers, some wood. Snowed all day.
Nov 1 – Got one load plank from mill, one load wood. Hewed sleepers. Rained in night. A. Brown get Knife handles made three.
Nov 2 – Ran and snow, bad day to be out. Hawley carried Lou over to Rowlands. Mart came up after Sarah in Evening. Rainy.
Nov 3 – Picked up Apples in orchard. Fine day. Hawley dug potatoes for John Blake.
Nov 4 – Drawed in corn and husked in afternoon. Pleasant day. Hawley helped A. Brown butcher Hogs and sheep. Hawleys Brother had Jack to carry their Boat up to the lake.
 Other things
 Michigan Death Records at Ancestry.com show that Cora L. Knapp, age 15, the daughter of William & Eliza Knapp, died October 6, 1873 in Comstock, Michigan
 Felon – deep inflammation on a finger or toe
 Harriet (Blakeslee) and Edith Keith, Wesley Keith’s wife and daughter
 Believe he is referring to his first cousin, Edward G. Wolcott
 Neighbor, the son of Jesse & Mary (Clapp) Earl