Feb 12 – 14 below zero. Shoveled snow some. Drawed two loads wood.
Feb 13 – Very cold, 10 below zero. Worked in shop some. Ed Childs and wife came down, stayed all night.
Feb 14 – Very cold. At home all day. Went down to Browns in Evening.
Feb 15 – 14 below zero in morning. Drawed some wood.
Feb 16 – Very cold, 13 below. Worked in shop. Finished henrys seat. Took it over to burg.
Feb 17 – 2 Abz. Worked on my wagon wheels.
Feb 18 – 22 below zero in morning. Worked on wheels some. Sarah went down to Fords.
Feb 19 – Worked in shop some. Henry came down.
Feb 20 – M. O. Streator paid me ten Dollars for bobs. Put rave on A. Browns bob sleigh.
Feb 21 – 21 below. At home. Hannah came home from Lawton with Mr Browns folks. Lois and Dell called here in Evening.
Feb 22 – 24 Abz in morning, rained some. Sarah went down to Dells in Eve.
Feb 23 – Rained some. Sawed some wood in Evening afternoon. Dell called here in Evening. Some thunder in Evening.
Feb 25 – Not much done in shop. Sawed out thill for wagon.
Feb 26 – Drawed three loads wood. Broke sleigh shoe. Went over to burg, got it mended. Got cutter from paint shop.
Feb 27 – Carried Hannah down to Katharines. Cold day. Will Starr came up here.
Feb 28 – At home all day. Cold day.
 Neighbors, Richard & Mary (Knowles) Barber
 A search at FindAGrave.com reveals that Jannette Mason died February 21, 1875 and is buried at Mountain Home Cemetery in Kalamazoo, Michigan
 The long shafts between which an animal is fastened when pulling a wagon