Nov 9 – Mercury 44. Went down to river after prickley ash no find him. Churned most of the day.
Nov 10 – Mercury 48. Went over to burg in morning after pattern timber. Sawed out stuff for Jims log jack.
Nov 11 – Mercury 61. Chored round in forenoon. Went down to M. O. Streators in afternoon. Got some apples.
Nov 12 – Went down to Marts in afternoon came home in Evening dark and rainy. Run into Franklins potato patch. D. A. Frink died at six AM.
Nov 13 – Mercury 34 cold wind. Churned for four hours. Pedler here to dinner. Got two spools linnen cotton thread. Jim brot wood.
Nov 14 – Mercury 32. Chored round. Went over to burg in afternoon. Snow 2½ inches. Jim brot load wood.
Nov 15 – Mercury 32. Sloppy some snow.
Nov 16 – Worked for Skinner in forenoon. Worked on Jims log jack in afternoon.
Nov 17 – Mercury 35. Went to Kalamazoo for Mrs Brown, sent some Apples to Will.
Nov 18 – Mercury 55. Went over to burg in morn. Rainy day. Took my boots over got them tapt 70 cts. Very sloppy bad day.
Nov 19 – Mer 38. Worked in shop making axhelves for Mr Flanders. Mary Flanders called here got some plants.
Nov 20 – Went up to Hat & Libs. Jesse Earl came home with me. Extracted two teeth for him. I went up to Herbs house.
Nov 21 – Mercury 38. Went over & got Lois in morning. I cut out some helves for Mr J Flanders. Will Clark here.
Nov 22 – Mercury 36 pleasant & clear in morning. Went down to Mrs Browns all hands. Cold wind.
Nov 23 – Mercury 35. Cleaned up wheat. Cool and cloudy. Jim took load hay over to Mr Smith Thomas.
Nov 24 – Took 5 bushels wheat to mill. Lois came over. Got corn of Wm Rogers. Changed corn with him.
Nov 25 – Mercury 25. Took corn and wheat over to mill. Got meal & and graham. Lois went home. Nice day.
Nov 26 – Put in thill for Jim. Not feeling very well. Nice day.
Nov 27 – Worked on thill and whiffletree. Painted thill. Solomon Kingsley called here a few moments.
Nov 28 – Made lever to Jims lifting jack. Very fine day. Will Clark helped Jim draw cornfodder.
Nov 29 – Turned handle for Lous pie lifter. Hellen and Clara came here.
Nov 30 – Mercury 50. At home choring around as usual. Very pleasant day. Theodore came down.
 Northern prickly ash bark and berries were used to make medicine to treat blood circulation problems, joint pain, cramps, low blood pressure, fever, swelling, toothache, sores, ulcers, and cancer, also for sweating out a fever
 FindAGrave.com shows that Daniel A. Frink died in Kansas City, Missouri on November 11, 1885; no death record has been found to date. According to the 1860 census, Daniel Frink had been Luke’s neighbor in Comstock, but by 1870 was living in Kansas City
 Neighbor, Mary (Smith) Flanders, wife of Edwin Flanders
 The long shafts between which an animal is fastened when pulling a wagon