Sunday, Ellsworth, September 1. Whitmore Garland and family has gone out to the sand beach to Ridge Pond where the Valentines is.
Sep. 6. Scott Moore and I got the horse he had of John R. Moore up to our house. Lorenda and Garland went down to the Ellsworth Falls and got Ellen Boynton. She come home from New Gloucester and her baby Laura Boynton. Laura Boynton was three years old the 9th of Sep.
Sep. 10. The Moores Reunion was held to Maddocks Beach today, the first reunion. Laura and I and Ellen Boynton and baby was there. Frederick Frazier and family, William Graves and wife and grandson. One hundred 26 people. I had a letter from out Montana from Alfonso Frazier. He sent us a Indian arrow head that he found, one the Indian used to have to kill buffalo and pale faces.
September 14. President McKinley died at 2 o’clock this morning at Buffalo, New York from two bullets fired into his body Friday afternoon. By Leon Czolgosz, September 7, 1901.
Ellsworth, Me. September 14, 1901. We lost one of or cows. She was sick about one week. I knocked her in the head. Wellington Moore commenced to saw up 12 cord of wood for Scott Moore on the new road. He is to have seven dollars for the job.
Sep. 17. Scott Moore hauled his first load of wood to Charles Hawes to Ellsworth Falls today.
Sep. 19. Pres. McKinley was buried today.
Sep. 19. Scott Moore and Whitmore Garland went up to George Warren in Otis and got them a pig. Gave two dollars apiece.
Ellsworth, Sunday, Sep 22, 1901. A boy was borned to Scott and Vesta Moore today, and his name is Gary T. Moore. Ada Garland came up here. Scott Moore carried Ada Galand home tonight and got James Garland’s horse to put with his to haul wood.
Tuesday, 24. Commenced digging potatoes.
Wednesday, 25. Whitmore Garland and I went to Amherst to the fair today.
Saturday, Sep. 28. Whitmore Garland got his 2 months old bull calf from New Gloucester and gave 20 dollars for him.