Cold this morning. Bertie got the mail; Pap went out to Uncle Adam’s this afternoon, he is not so good, talks out of his mind sometimes. Emil called up tonite said pap should come out, so he went to stay all nite. We planted out the rest of the cabbage plants.
Rose & Bert went out to see Uncle Adam, he is feeling pretty good this morning. Ed & Carrie is there, he shaved him, yesterday he wasn’t so good, got chills, the doctor gave him a shot & he slept from, then until 3:30 in afternoon. We & Aunt Mary went in to Belleville this afternoon; Rose got dress goods. Went to church this evening lent devotions. Out of that gas can from Brickey Oil Station we got 20¢. We planted 26 plants cabbage.
Papa went out to Henry’s again help with the oats. We cut in 2 gals. & 10 qts. cabbage this morning. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up; him & Rose went out to Henry’s, helped put binder in shed, is finished for this year. Ignat Mosbacher stopped to see papa but he wasn’t home. We cut lawn, pulled peas out, picked beans, canned, 1 qt.
We canned beans, baked bread & coffee cake. It is awful hot these days. Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary came up & Bertille went along to Red Bud with them to the dentist, but he wasn’t home, he is in Chicago at the hospital. Mrs. Munier is selling cabbage already here in town.
Papa got crushing done this morning. Then he left & went to Waterloo then out to Farbers sale at Daisy Dell; & bought all kind of thrash. Henry came up this afternoon & got his application blank of insurance, auto & took it into Waterloo to see if he could get his money back, tonite Henrys family & Uncle Fred & Aunt Mary where all here, Henry drove the mule, & she brought the car. Aunt Mary brought the cabbage plants along from Jauger’s, & we planted them out, there are nice, but no frost proof, just the early plants; they where also at the sale, bought 2 buckets. We have 4 hens hatching now, so far have 32 chicks. It is awful windy & warm.
Aunt Mary, Uncle Fred were here today. They planted their cabbage plants out today. Alfred May was here today and gave Pa some sale bills to put up in town they were Mr. Caldwells sale bills. Eggs are 14¢ now.
[Ed. note: This entry is not written in Bertille’s handwriting. It is a possibility that it is written by Rosalia].
Today is Rosie Meuth’s birthday, she is 18 years old. Papa was out at Henry’s today. They started laying tiling across the street now. Walter Pour’s have a little baby girl since last Wed. night, they now have 4 girls and 2 boys. We cut cabbage in this morning about 2 gallons.