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OCTOBER 1
Sunday good day all day, all to church, in morning, all of us down to Point lookout + to St Mary City. saw, Ann fanance. Thom & Edna Bourne come while we were gone. I went up to see Adina Mae when we got back. got home 10 oclock: Kent Rawlings and Wallace Robey come when we were gone.

OCTOBER 2
Monday good day all day Robert & I to school. Pappa & insurance man came to collect. Brooks came & got hay. Rabbit Tayman brought corn over here before school. cut corn all day. Mary, Adina Mae, Mr & Mrs Via & Bob & I went to movies at night. saw "Summer Stock" (good) got home 10:30

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October 1--1892--Chicago University first opened.
          1908--Two-cent postage between U.S> and England begun.
          1938--German troops began occupation of Sudetenland.
October 2--1870--Papal States voted to unite with Italy.
          1901--Lipton's "Shamrock II" defeated by U.S. yacht.
          1919--King and Queen of Belgium arrived in N.Y.
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OCTOBER 3
Tuesday good day all day, Robert & I stayed home. I hauled out manure in the morning & cut corn. Robert & Norris gathered apples down to Aunt Maggies, cut corn in afternoon. Mr & Mrs Swan. I called Adina Mae up at night & she ask me to go to fair at Frederick with her on Thursday. Then i went up to see Peggy.

OCTOBER 4
Wednesday fair day rainy sometime. Robert & I to school saw Adina Mae at school & went up there at night. Men cut corn & stored up tobacco. I did not stay out late at night because I have to get up & go with Adina & them to the fair.

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October 3--1691--Limerick fell, placing Ireland under British rule.
           1811--First newspaper in Buffalo N.Y., Issued.
           1862--Battle of Corinth, Miss., fought.
October 4--1824--Mexico proclaimed as a federal republic. 
           1909--"Luisitania" crossed the Atlantic in 4 days, 16 hours.
           1915--Russia declared war on Bulgaria.
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