Entries from these dates cover Greene’s daily activities. He describes his trips to church, to the market, and to visit his friends. Friends named include H.L. Laurence, Professor W.Y. Perry, and J.C. Davis. Greene also frequently wrote about the Roosevelt campaign and the weather situations that they experienced.
Tags: B.B. Daugherty, box supper, Brother Trivett, church, Good Road Days, Hunting, J.C. Davis, J.J.T. Reese, Jack Greene, Mabel, Martin Warren, measles, mill, mud tax, P.C. Younce, R.A. Thomas, schoolhouse, shucking corn, Silverstone, Stonewall Jackson, Sunday School, The Outlook, Union Baptist Church, W.M. Thomas, women's suffrage, Zionville