Saturday, July 1, 1911
In Am- all day. Went fishing to a place near Hereford tonight in a machine with McKnight and two others. Started about 5:30 and got there about 7:30.
Sunday, July 2, 1911
Fished a while this a.m. and then started back to Am-. First we took a fellow to Hereford and then we drove the 52 miles in less than an hour and 45 minutes.
Monday, July 3, 1911
Took 4:20 train home and staid at Harker’s all night.
Tuesday, July 4, 1911
Harker drove me part way home this a.m. and Norman met me on the road. Staid home all day.
Wednesday, July 5, 1911
Drove over to Renison’s after dinner with Arthur and bought two steer calves – mixed Hereford and Durham. Paid Richards to give my header back and rented it to Ballow and Burks which will give me more money as they have more to cut.
Thursday, July 6, 1911
Brought the calves home from Renison’s with Arthur this a.m. Went up after the mail this p.m. Sprinkled a little this p.m.
Friday, July 7, 1911
Rained a little last night and a gentle rain started about sundown tonight. Fixed some fence this a.m. and went up after the mail this p.m. Rented my header to Mr. Ballew.
Sunday, July 9, 1911
In town all day. Saw Sioux Indians beat Amarillo 9 – 5 this p.m.
Monday, July 10, 1911
Registered my brand – C bar – today with no ear marks and had two sets of irons made. Came home tonite and stayed all night at Harker’s.
C right hip or side
Wednesday, July 12, 1911
It rained from about six a.m. till ten but it was very light. A good rain fell this p.m. between five and six o’clock. Looked over my row crop this forenoon. It was needing rain badly and the green bugs were working on the kaffir corn.
Friday, July 14, 1911
Branded my yearlings and calves this a.m. with the C on the right hip or side. Was helped by Mr. Allred, B. Allred, Small and Daniels. Hitched both my mules to a wagon after dinner and drove to Wil-. One had never had a bridle on before but they went along pretty well.
Saturday, July 15, 1911
Drove the mules up town this p.m. with Arthur.
Sunday, July 16, 1911
Staid home all day. Mr. Parker and Bill Topp out for a short time this p.m.
Monday, July 17, 1911
Staid home all day.
Wednesday, July 19, 1911
Had a little rain last night and a good one before supper this p.m. Rode pony over to Bush- this a.m. and Harker came back to look at a hog. Rode pony up after the mail after supper.
Friday, July 21, 1911
Cloudy and sultry all day. Staid home all day.
Sunday, July 23, 1911
In Amarillo all day.
Monday, July 24, 1911
Came home tonight on the train.
Wednesday, July 26, 1911
Helped round up the North pasture this a.m. and rode from six till 2 p.m. Branded 162 calves in less than two hours this p.m. with two ropers and one set of men to each roper. I worked on the hind end of the calves with Bodeman.
Thursday, July 27, 1911
Finished branding the north pasture calves by noon. After dinner we took them back to the north pasture and held them till the cows found their calves. While heading a cow on the dead run the pony fell with me but only hurt my knee a little.
Saturday, July 29, 1911
Rode bay filly up town this p.m. for the first time but she did pretty well.