Mary Josephine McDonald Diary, 1917-1919

Title

Mary Josephine McDonald Diary, 1917-1919

Date Created

January 1, 1917

Is Part Of

Mary Josephine McDonald Diary Collection

Medium

Scanned Manuscript

Transcription

Daily Reminder Textile Dominion CO LTD Compliments of Dominion Textile OO. Limited Montreal Canada

{Diarist has written on the diary's cover page} Mrs A J.A. McDonald. {Calculations are written here sideways)

Memoranda

{Nondescript calculations and numbers written sideways}

Memoranda

We got oats from A. H. C.

1st 4 Bags Allan himself

2nd 2 Bags D. A. Bowen here

3rd 3 " Wm 1st snow storm


1 " from J. A. Campbell

2 " " H. {L?}

Monday Tuesday January 1 1917 364 to come

Went to church, stormed awful. Stopped to vote, Mary Ratral{Rahal} came in to dinner & remained till evening. D. B. came for her. Papa went to station with Mae. Marietta goes to a party to uncle Johnny Camerons. Marion & Danny went to Wales dance.

Beautiful Moonlight night 1917

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1918

Papa & I go to church very cold. We hear Mary Jennet Cleary has a daughter

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We go to church Bessie Papa & I Boys go with Mae to Sta & take Ma at Barkers. Miss D. comes with McGillis

1919

Tuesday Wednesday, January 2 1 day past 363 to come

By restricting importation, the war has awakened thousands of women to the superiority of Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics.

Beautiful day. Washed all day boys was pulling out manure 1917

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Mrs. Amelle comes to sew for Etta 1918 Dan McMillan Monroe Coms about 9 o'clock

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Wednesday Thursday, January 3 2 days past 362 to come

"C" Prints make economy charming. 1917

Miss Fraser came back early with her father very cold east winds Turned out Stormy & cold busy sewing all day, making waists and reframing severally

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1918 1818 Jim & Bernie Comes and Spends afternoon- Johnny McDonald has a Bee- Wm goes

Thursday, January 4 3 days past 1917 361 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea gives your customers a feeling that they have got more than their money's worth.

Lovely day. Papa goes down by A Lys to get saw sharpenedO Boys putting out manure We intend going to church First Friday tomorrow.

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Friday, January 5 4 days past 1917 360 to come

"Like streams that keep a summer mind Snowhid in January."- Lowell

Myself, Marietta, Wm {Dunlop?} receive Holy Communion being First Friday of month. Marietta did have the happiness of making nine Fridays. It rained coming home & poured till 8. P.m. Edmund Wm had a game of checkers. It was a busy after noon as it is the day before Three Kings.

Saturday, January 6 1918 5 days past 359 to come

For the hardest kind of children's wear, "Romper Cloth" is the ideal fabric.

Three Kings Day. Marietta Miss F Wm go to church, mats Susie & Camerons. Has news of {Rose/Ross?} Abraham death. Johnny takes supper here.

Sunday, January 7 1918 6 days past 358 to come

Wm Miss F. & I go to church. Uncle Johnny & aunt Theresa & Greta comes to dinner. Aunt Theresa feels miserable. leaves for home about 10 Pm. Allan & Johnny goes to see Johnny Ban Finds Mary Belle at home. J.N. spends evening

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1919

Papa Bessie & I go to Mr Valades for dinner_Miss D_remains down for Three Kings at Frasers & comes home with Leo. Rahal & Mary

Monday, January 8 1918 7 days past 357 to come

"Steelclad Galatea" is the cloth "par excellence" for Nurses' Uniforms.

Very Cold we wash + expect Susie + Danny as they went to Monkla Evening before. Separate 8 or 10 pails milk in afternoon But they do not come

Tuesday, January 9 8 days past 356 to come

Patriotism pays when it influences a purchase of Dominion Textile "Made in Canada" Cottons

Allan goes to Monkland finds Susie + D had not been there. took 4 cut shorts @ $1.88 per cent. {Sto?} 2.40 {Line dividing paragraphs}

185 $ 4


6.40

Wednesday, January 10 9 days past 355 to come

Women who know the value of money are the best customers for Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics.

1917 Churn good part of day Allan takes separator apart Avonmore dance but girls do not go too far and cold Had a letter from Mae Miss F. answered. Sunny all afternoon {Line dividing paragraphs} 1918 We go to town order Mariettas hats a dreadful day. {Line following paragraph}

Thursday, January 11 10 days past 354 to come

"Whoever thinks a faultless piece to see Thinks what ne'er was, no is, nor e'er shall be." - Pope

1917 Very Cold. Dan McMillan came at dinner time & spent afternoon Angus C. came same evening and spent whole evening till 12 Played cards ate pop corn passed lunch, discussed war cards {?} {Line dividing paragraph} 1918 Emma comes to sew.

Friday, January 12th 11 days past 353 to come

We are Headquarters for Cotton Shoe Drills.

1917 Dunk sick. cold miserable day. churned. made Ettas slipwaist, Bessies apron Had letter from Dr. Mumres{?} {Line dividing paragraph} 1918 Emma here

Saturday, January 13 12 days past 352 to come

Perfect Weave-fast colours-splendid wear-all unite in "C" Prints.

1917 Cold + Blustery. Wm sick sewing all afternoon Miss F Louanns{?} over Mrs Hugh Quinn buried {Line dividing paragraph} 1918 Emma goes home. {Line dividing paragraph} 1919 Pipes catch fire in evening

Sunday, January 14 13 days past 351 to come

Very Blustery. Papa + I got{?} to church thought we would not get home with storm. Steve Wood put in vault turn to Colder in evening. no one here. Wm Bessie + Dunk sick {Line dividing paragraph} 1919 Miss D goes to church with HC Mr. Compo dies

Monday, January 15 14 days past 350 to come

Extraordinary durability explains the name, "Rockfast" Drill. 1917

We wash though very cold got sick same evening & was two days in bed.

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We go back to wake with P. Rahal Miss D. Bessie & I mary 1919

Tuesday, January 16 15 days past 349 to come

"The loud laugh that spoke the vacant mind."-Goldsmith 1917

In bed all day with splitting headache. Papa goes to Monk brings home 600 pig feed 3 cut @2.25, 3 @ 2.50= $14.25. sent 17 lbs or {?} got 3 c lb. Clare & Jack married

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Emma here we wash 1918

{line across page} 1919 I lie in bed all day sick with cold Papa goes to {leonpao?} funeral then goes to town. Boys go to {Euchn?} Mrs. D goes with H {Cahey?}

Wednesday, January 17 16 days past 348 to come

No. 3 Print- a good all round print for every purpose. 1917

A dreadful storm is on was in bed till noon got up and lounged intended going to Ottawa today not able to go. {?} Dr. Ma? Boys sick but drag out to water cows while papa went after wood. A real old fashioned storm-

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1918 A very cold day we go to town only one track ahead of us took home Maretta's hats & muff

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1919 Allan off hunting Alex Big Jim & Eirberg comes-

Thursday, January 18 17 days past 347 to come

Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price. 1917

Nothing going on but storm storm all the time. We are all sick with Gripp. Mary & Dan went to mass for Maggie

{line across page} 1918 Still very cold Emma gets through sewing I {?} comes Katie comes and Spends afternoon Emma Sewing still

{line across page} 1919 Pa {?} off {lumbring}. Pipes catch fire in morning. Boys go to MontKland for load lumber

Friday, January 1918 18 days past 346 to come

The mothers of the land are strong in their preference for "Steelclad" Galatea and our even more serviceable "Romper Cloth." 1917

Clear & cold Etta in bed. got a letter from biggins Alex B. J. visited here.

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1918 Marietta goes to the church no priest. Emma gets sharp Sewing. Florence comes to spend afternoon. A. Fraser? & Florence comes after teacher

Saturday, January 20 19 days past 345 to come

"The most useful cloth around the house" is "Steelclad" Galatea.

1917 Cold and quiEt Miss F goes down to H.D. in afternoon. Finds HD in bed all had cold. Storming roads bad

{line across page} 1918 We work all day Mae comes home. Alice Dannie Etta {?} & Mary McGillis comes

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Very busy am expecting Joe & Etta tomorrow (D.V.)

Sunday, January 21 20 1917 20 days past 344 to come

Cold no one goes to church but Miss F who goes with T.C. Papa goes down to HD in forenoon + remains till after 12 Johnny comes in afternoon. plays cards It is a dreadful night One of the coldest we had East wind howling

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1918 Marietta goes to church Early to get through They come back in time and we go to church Uncle Geo + wife + baby comes Mrs. Montgomery & Cathleen comes.


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1919 Joe & Etta does not come. Boys go up here from church. Miss D here no stir whatever

Monday, January 22 21 21 days past 343 to come

"I had rather have a fool to make me merry, than experience to make me sad" -Shakespeare 1917

I feel miserabl. We are not washing still storming only few scholars in school Boys + papa go to Bush_ No mail today

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1918

A {new?} bright morning Marietta & papa. Wm Da & May goes to the church. Mariettas wedding day. a lovely day Miss F comes back in afternoon

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1919 I wash as usual a nice day. Mary Kate married. Mr Mike dies

Tuesday, January 23 22 22 days past 342 to come

"C" Prints are preferred fro clean cut, beautiful designs and fresh, permanent colours 1917

We wash got through at noon. Papa goes to MonKland bring home 1 bag oats and $1200 worth pig food. Girls go to dance at Seamours St. Andrews. Recieved letter from Mae says McNaught was killed.

{line across page} 1918 I wash & move on as before. Preparing for Ettas 1st home coming.

{line across page} 1919 I fix up Maes waists and send them to her. Miss D. goes to dance at Seymours with D Chisholm Mr. Mike Moody at St. Andrew {?} Johnny McDonald has {a bee}

Wednesday, January 23 {23 written above} 23 days past 341 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea has probably no equal for all-around usefulness in the home. 1917

Papa goes to town Roads passable

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1918

work all day Make Bessies dress and do some baking

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1919

Wm goes to Pat Rahals to work- I have a letter from Mae Miss D goes to H.D. to spend Eve Mary Sara starts to Convent

Thursday, January 25 24 days past 340 to come

Women who know the value of money are the best customers for Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics.

Still cold & stormy 1917

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1918

We go to {repton?} lovely town very cold but bright and clear

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1919

Wm Still working at Pats, a by rain. I start at Bessies dress Mrs Duncan A A + Joe Gilmor Comes home

Friday, January 26 25 days past 339 to come

Thrift goes hand-in-hand with "C" Prints and "Steelclad" Galatea

Fertos dance Still very cold 1917

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I got up early Cook and 1918 baked all day

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1919 ? cold. Wm goes to Pats in afternoon

Saturday, January 27 26 days past 338 to come

1917

Papa + H.D. go to Monkland. Papa brings $12.50 feed for pigs. turns very cold

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had a dinner 27 there was forty here 20 below zero {in a different handwriting}

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1918

Marietta comes home {?} time 26 take dinner here

Wednesday {written above} , January (28) 27 days past 337 to come

1917

Papa, Marietta & Miss F go to church cold & looks like a storm. no news in church in afternoon girls go down to Michaels. In evening Joe & Archie come

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very cold Dont do any thing only chores. Expecting a big storm today {in a different handwriting}

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Katie and baby were here. Teacher went to dance. {in a different handwriting}

Monday, January 29 28 days past 336 to come

1917

washing though expecting she will begin storming in afternoon. Had a letter from Mae. Said Bessies {illegible} Am making waists for her. Brownie came in.


1918

Fix up the house


John Jos. married dreadful cold. Susie uncle Allan {illegible}

Tuesday, January 30 29 days past 335 to come

Made Mae's waists & churned Wm works @ H.D. thrashing


1919

I wash & go on as before. We get an invitation to Susie's reception road impassable

Wednesday, January 31 30 days past 334 to come

1917

Sent Mae her waists and wrote a long letter. Bessie also wrote to her. In evening C.J.C & Leo came. The girls were getting ready to to to Seymours. It was a dreadful evening.


Party at Wm Sandy James

1918

Party at Valades boys get ready to go but backs down as roads are impassable

Thursday, February 1 31 days past 333 to come

Very cold {curly brackets added in blue pen} "Please write longer notes on a day's work" {in a different handwriting, in blue pen}

Friday, February 2 32 days past 332 to come

1917

The mill comes. Think it the coldest day of season. Miss F. gets ready to go home & is disappointed. Dreadful cold though as bright as day.

Bessie is sick


Social at St. Andrews. boys & Miss F go

Saturday, February 3 33 days past 331 to come

"Rockfast" Drill- hard and strong as its name 1917

Dreadfully cold. The pipes catch fire before daylight. N.S. {diclar?} war in Germany.

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Sunday, February 4 34 days past 330 to come

Etta, Wm + I go to church, roads very bad Etta goes up to uncle Joes to party. Jim + M.K. takes tea here

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1918 We get our {chruat?} blessed saw Marietta in church

Monday, February 5 35 days past 329 to come

"That you have such a February face- So full of frost, or storm and cloudiness."- Shakespeare.

Papa goes to Apple Hill- a lovely day. got home about 5.30 Sold 9 pigs 14 oz- lbs @13 1/2 c lbs 189.97

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Tuesday, February 6 36 days past 328 to come

Muskoka Scrim- best value on the market.

Storming and windy

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Dreadful day storming

Wednesday, February 7 37 days past 327 to come

Textile Printed Shirtings are celebrated for their fast colours and sharp printing.

Storming + dreadful wind

Thursday, February 8 38 days past 326 to come

No. 3 Print for all purposes where print is used.

Storming still. No one stirring

Friday, February 9 39 days past 325 to come

A. A. Duck- just the cloth for seaside wear.

A dreadful day. Miss Fraser goes home. Such an awful night

Saturday, February 10 40 days past 324 to come

Textile Printed Shirtings bring success to shirting Manufacturers.

Very cold coldest yet. Blue heifer came in

Sunday, February 11 17 41 days past 323 to come

1917

dreadfully cold, Did not go to church, H.D. came in afternoon. Miss F & AV. came in evening

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1918

We visit Marietta in her home for 1st time. A party + H J McGillis

Monday, February 12 42 days past 322 to come

Textile Printed Tickings are best for Mattresses- Pillows- Fancy work- Trunk Linings.

Very cold Did not wash 1917

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Papa goes to Apple Hill with pigs. weighs 1065 @ 1814 = $194.36 and sold 2 calves for $23 = 217.36

Tuesday, February 13 43 days past 321 to come

"To-morrow is St. Valentine's Day." - Shakespeare. 1917

Very cold Mr. Compeau comes Storming this evening, Seamours dance girls don't go. Bessie had a letter from Mae.

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Dreadful day

Wednesday, February 14 44 days past 320 to come

Cold. Black & white cow had a calf.

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Ash. Wed.

Thursday, February 15 45 days past 319 to come

A. A. Duck- try it for children's summer clothing.

Still cold. Nothing doing Sold Nig to Coulthart Theresa David takes tea with us

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Friday, February 16 46 days past 46 318 to come

"Rockfast" drill- best cloth for Men's Shirts.

Somewhat milder. Papa goes to town. Anna sends parcel to Mae

Saturday, February 17 47 days past 317 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea- used with satisfaction from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

We go to Apple Hill. A lovely day enjoyed the trip fine 12:15. when we got home

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Papa go 6 cut flour.

Sunday, February 18 48 days past 316 to come

We go to church & go up to uncle Joe's. Roads fine but dangerous -


Marietta & Joe comes back Marietta remains -- AV comes

Monday, February 19 18 49 days past 315 to come

Papa goes to Monkland for ton of Bran. All gone. fine day. We got the first eggs


Mrs Sam Cameron buried

Tuesday, February 20 50 days past 314 to come.

Set up my quilt. RA Quail comes through with Snowplow fine day


Wednesday, February 21 51 days past 313 to come

I put up my quilt. Wm gets salve to Lill -


Florence & H.D. spends evening here -

Thursday, February 22 52 days past 312 to come

Fine day nothing doing quilting

Friday, February 23 53 days past 311 to come

Very stormy. still quilting

Saturday, February 24 54 days past 310 to come

Nice day finish my quilt we have a sick cow Boys go to Monkland for medicine


Joe come after Marietta she spends the week with us

Sunday, February 25 55 days past 309 to come

1917

Wm Miss F & Marietta get up early & go to chapel Have dinner at Lorettas. JV came in evening -


1918

Papa Bessie & I go over to uncle Johnnys, AV here Angus Chisholms wife goes to hospital

Monday, February 26 56 days past 308 to come

raining. Washing as usual we wash kitchen curtains Red & white Bossy had a calf


Wash as usual

Tuesday, February 27 57 days past 307 to come

Lovely day. We clean woodwork in kitchen. Papa goes to Monkland for Tyo.


A dreadful storm clothes torn of line

Wednesday, February 28 58 days past 306 to come

1917

We go to Ottawa. Lovely day Roads good. We leave her 7 pm get to uncle Joes .8.30. Uncle Joe drives us to station Train 1 hr late. Get into Ottawa few minutes after 12. Get to Dr. {Minnes?} 12.30 Goes up AS Young get {there?} 4.30 Leave for home 425 Thursday afternoon got home 9.30 -


Thursday, March 1 59 days past 305 to come

1917

Get home from Ottawa Thursday afternoon All O K


We go up to see uncle Joe who is very sick

Friday, March 2 1 60 days past 304 to come

Lovely day Miss F. goes home Her father - comes after her - A beautiful moonlight night


We go to see uncle Joe who was very sick

Bernie comes in afternoon In evening Boys then go to see Marietta

Saturday, March 3 2 61 days past 303 to come

1917

A lovely day papa goes to Monkland


1918

Papa & Miss F - goes to town Papa has bad cold & goes to see Dr. Lalond

Sunday, March 4 62 days past 302 to come

1917

Cold. JV. AV. come in Evening Sow has little pigs. Begins to storm


1918

Wm & I go to church very cold Boys went skating in afternoon.

Monday, March 5 4 63 days past 301 to come

Cotton Drills- for Shirts, Overalls, and Pocketing. 1917

A dreadful day. Miss F did not come no school. Leo. Rahal goes to the Hill with H.D. Pete takes down with ms. Sill 2 calves $1600 Big gist snow storm of Season

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Blue cow had calf Papa & Wm went to Apple Hill with cow

Tuesday, March 6 8 64 days past 300 to come

Cement Duck- Eagle Duck- Savanah and Trident Ducks- are standards everywhere.

We was Peter calls to bid is for aby? The Goat has a calf Have a letter from Mae + mail on

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Wednesday, March 7 6 65 days past 299 to come

Women who know the value of money are the best customers for Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics

A beautiful day. Is pinall? afternoon I write to Ferguson

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Papa goes to Apple Hill to sell comes home awful sick All children + Miss F down on ice

Thursday, March 8 7 66 days past 298 to come

"On the eighth day of March, it was, some people say That St. Patrick at midnight he first saw the day." - S Lover. 1917

A lovely day soft morning. Mrs. Cambell comes in afternoon Stella got hurt in School- The girls + Wm go down to Janis {LL?} is swimming

Friday, March 9 8 67 days past 297 to come

"While others declare twas the ninth he was born, And twas all a mistake between midnight and morn." - S. Lowell. 1917

Marietta goes down to see Stella. She was very sick when she came home {?} Grippe In a few minutes who comes but Aley. Big Jim. We spent a pleasant evening

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Saturday, March 10 9 68 days past 296 to come

"For mine will occur in a hurry and shock. An' some blamed the babby- an' some blamed the clock. Till with all their cross questions, sure no one could know, If the child was too fast, or the clock was too slow." -S Lowell. 1917

Marietta in bed all day in afternoon who comes but Danice & {Sessie?}

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Miss F goes to down to H.D. Bess takes an awful pain lasting 1 1/2 hrs. was afraid of {appeudcitis?}

Sunday, March 11 10 69 days past 295 to come

1917 A wonderful day Storming & blowing. Jessie & Wm Danice Miss F_ go to church In afternoon never lots up. Danice behind to go home. We persuade him to remain

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1918 A dreadful day no one goes to church. M. S. comes and spends afternoon

Monday, MArch 12 11 70 days past 294 to come

By restricting importation, the war has awakened thousands of women to the superiority of Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics.


1917


A nice bright day. I wait comes through. comes through with snow plow. Dave + Jessie leave for home 2. pm The old blue cow has a calf

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1918


No mail goes through today road blocked

Tuesday Wed, March 13 71 days past 293 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea gives your customers a feeling that they have got more than their money's worth. 1917

Wind blowing I am sick do no wash

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1918


Had a letter from Mae. Bessie had one too. Papa sick Wm goes to MonKland meets Bennie who goes away being sick for 11 days with quiesy

Wednesay {Thursday written above Wed.}, March 14 72 days past 292 to come

"Do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of." 1917

Wed. a nice day. We wash

{line across page} 1918 Alex Big Jim and Fred {Juving?} come a {?} Storm comes up- soft snow. Jurus cold Had a letter from dear Marietta

Thursday Friday, March 15 73 days past 291 to come

"The iIdea of March are come; Ay, Caesar, but not gone."-Shakespeare {written right side of quote} 1917

Thursday H.D. comes when we are catching dinner. Allan goes down to Freddie {Dovjaldo?} {forward?} hears Apple Hill Church is buried

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A dreadful day all {braffie?} stopped Concert at St. Andrew prospects blighted. Only 5 children in school. Papa sick 1918

Friday, March 16 74 days past 290 to come

No. 3 Print- a good all round print for every purpose. 1917

Goes down to F. D for wood wp sets & goes to Jims for dinner Miss F does not go home.

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A bright day but still 1918 blowing A H.Q? & Rahals

Saturday, March 17 75 days past 289 to come

Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price. 1917

Nice in the morning, They go down to F.D I then is out rain ing. They come home all wet rains all day

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Sunday, March 18 76 days past 288 to come

Wm Marietta & I go to church heard {1917 written above heard} Gerd was sick. H.D. here in afternoon in evening A.V. J.V. come. {appears to be written by different person}

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AHC & Rahals go to church {1918 written above} in afternoon Etta Joe & I {refuse?} Annie back glad to see {?} Ms Duncan broke her leg.

Monday, March 19 77 days past 287 to come

Pillow Cottons and Pillow Slips- all style, Plain and Twill, Plain Hemmed and Hemmed Stitched. 1917

Papa goes to Apple with load for HD takes three calves getting $24, very very cold. Edword takes {tia?} here Had a letter from Mae. Got 1oz Goose Egg

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Papa somewhat better goes to town a lvoely day Met Aunt Arorra?

Tuesday, March 20 78 days past 286 to come

"War, War, is still the cry."- Bryon. 1917

Storming. It Rains a letter from Marion telling Jim Gerd was taking to hospital {?} a serious operation on Sunday. for appendicitis.

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1918 Drew 1st bad of logs to Monkland roads good but {?} {melby?} at an awful rate.

Wednesday Friday, March 21 1919 79 days past 285 to come

For the hardest king of children's wear, the "Romper Cloth" is the ideal fabric. 1917

Rec'd parcel from mae and letter from A.L. joung. Papa + Leo went to Maxville for hay. Peddler took dinner here Darcy, Johnny + M.K spent evening Bot 32s 6 @ $9 ton $=16.28

{line across page} 1918 {written in right hand corner} Takes two loads to Monkland soads soft. {Rauald?} Moody comes & buy calves.

{line across page} 1918 {written within a box on right hand side of page} {different person writing- one of children} Mamma died on saturday was buried on Sunday Papa died on Sunday night at 11 O"clock

Wednesday Friday, March 21 1919 79 days past 285 to come

For the hardest kind of children's wear, "Romper Cloth" is the ideal fabric.

{note placed on top of diary entry- which is the same diary entry from previous pdf}

Mar 21/919


This was written by my Aunt Bessie who was only 10 years old. My father was 17 years old + left to run the farm. He had two younger brothers, one who had brain damage from the red measles when he was 5 years old. My father was very successful, bought Mae land + had a holstein dairy farm. He has a road named after him Willy (willie) Allan road. 9th Con. South Stormont. He was over)

Thursday, March 22 80 days past 284 to come

Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money. 1917 {right hand side of page}

Papa again went to Maxville found it very soft coming home Stella went to {?} 3301 lbs @9= 14.56

{line across page} 1918 Takes two loads to Mokland snow melting. Rupert comes to buy calves 3. offer $33.-- Mrs. Lalond here. Recieve's parcel from mae.

{line across page} {Bessie writting in journal} And was buried on Tuesday morning

Friday, March 23 81 days past 283 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea has probably no equal for. all-round usefulness n the home.

1917 {write hand side of page}

I go down to H.D.S. Mr. F comes after teacher.

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Takes two mroe loads Mr. John Malloney dies. Miss F. goes home with {F.V.?} 1918

Saturday, March 24 82 days past 282 to come

"The most useful cloth around the house" is "Steelclad" Galatea. 1917 {in right corner}

Snow going at a great rate bad roads

{line across page} 1918 {right hand side of page} Again he takes two loads very cold freezes hard

Sunday, March 25 83 days past 281 to come

1917 {right hand corner}

We got to church. The roads in a terrible condition. Black cow has a calf

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1918 {right hand corner}

D.A + I go to church Palm Sunday water dreadful hyhat {?}

Monday, March 26 84 days past 280 to come

"And grasp the skirts of happy chance, And breast the blows of circumstance."- Tennyson.

1917 {written alrgely beside quote- right hadn side}

Beautiful day Snow going at a great rate. Boys tapped abut 1 00. Sap is running fine- We wash. The mail comes through today. The 9th day for {poor?} Gerd-

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1918 {written on right hadn side of page}

I wash. Papa goes to Monkland with {boys?}

Tuesday, March 27 26 85 days past 279 to come

No. 3 Print- a good, moderate priced print washes well. 1917

Juris pale an ugly day terrible roads. Have a letter from Mae & Miss {?} Boys gather two takes sap roads so bad cannot get to St Andrews {?} 1918

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Tap 200 tress March 26 Eddy here.

Wednesday, March 28 27 86 days past 278 to come

Patriotism pays when it influences a purchase of Dominion Textile "Made in Canada" Cottons. 1917 {written to right hand side of quote}

Mass for pa + ma. Allan goes back to Juris + HD too. Teacher comes this morning roads terrible. Poor Leo's funeral

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Boys tap 200 trees more Drew last load of logs.

Thursday, March 29 87 days past 277 to come

Perfect Weave- fast colours- splendid wear- all unite in "C" Prints.

Fine day 1917

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Snow more + {train?} going BoysSapping. Papa goes to town after medicine. {?} + wash buckets.

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Friday, March 20 88 days past 276 to come

"Steelclad Galatea" is the cloth "par excellence" for Nurses' Uniforms. 1917

Sap {recieving fire?} Papa goes to Monkland. Boys finish tapping. Marietta makes 1st syrup

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1918 {right hand side of page}

Boys make 1st syrup at night Eddie Compeau sat with him Boys tapped some today I washed 52 bucket of Jims

Saturday, March 31 30 89 days past 275 to come

Cotton Blankets- Ibex, Dragon and Saxony. 1917

Fine in morning. Starts raining in afternoon. Gerbs go to Bush

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1918 {right hand side of page}

Papa goes to Monkland for Mae with cutter awful roads

Sunday, April March 29 1 90 days past 274 to come

1917 {right hand side of page}

No one goes to church raining They {?} in Bush all day-Thunder and lightening

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1918 {right hand side of page}

Etta and Joe come back from church Wm + D.A goes to church with cutter They come back with buggy. A.H.C. has buggy folled lots of neonle they all got stung {written in different hand writing}

Monday, April 2 1 91 days past 273 to come

"C" Pritns are preferred for clean-cut, beautiful designs and fresh permanent colours. 1917

I went to Bish. We washed Had a letter from Mae

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Mae goes away this morning Papa takes milking. Rains all day long no Sap- Berdie McDonald buried also Aunt Kate- Got 1 oz Egg hen April 1

Tuesday, April 3 2 92 days past 272 to come

Grey Cottons- full range- heavy, medium and light 1917

Wash cows for Bush {?} Syrup, Wrote to Mae + Nat {?} Mf GCo.

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1918 {right hand side of page}

Bowen works {?} wood sap raining good. Dad not get in town from gathering 8.30 I wash more buckets + Syrup cains- Got 1st Goose Egg

Saturday, July 14 194 days past 170 to come

"Rockfast" Drill- best cloth for Men's Shirts.

Mae comes home

Sunday, July 15 195 days past 169 to come

St. Swithin's Day. 1917

Etta, Bessie & I go to clean Wm in wheel. Mae goes away in evening Etta goes for motin? dress?

Friday, October 5 277 days past 87 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea has probably no equal for all-around usefulness in the home.

We go to first Friday Papa goes to town with HD. Miss F goes home- 1917

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Wm gets through with Corn and putting wire on fence. Miss D goes out to spend weekend at {BM?} McGillis 1918

Saturday, October 6 278 days past 86 to come

Sheetings and Sheets- full range, all widths, Plain and Twill. Sheets- Plain, hemmed and hemmed stitched.

A gloomy day make 12 {?- whole sentence?} Miss F goes to Ottawa 1917

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Rains all day a terrible day Cold 1918

Sunday, October 7 279 days past 85 to come

Etta Da Bessie & I go to town Wm goes with Jim a cold miserable day Etta goes out h J McGillis to {?} 1917

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Another awful day. Dont go to church In afternoon Joe & Marietta come and takes Da home from {uncle?} Leo Glad indeed to see them

Monday, October 8 280 days past 84 to come

By restriction importation, the war has awakened thousands of women to the superiority of Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics. 1917

Wash {Stoans?} all day Etta goes to dacne at {?} Miss Fraser goes comes for Ottawa comes back from dance

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A nice day I wash 1918

Wednesday, October 24 296 days past 68 to come

"C" Prints are preferred for clean-cut, beautiful designs and fresh, permanent colours.

We start potatoes on the side {?} awful plgs. over to HD with {Christens?} clothes 1917

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Archie Rahal landed home Mary and he Spends evening here_ Goes away next morning Archie Bring one a parcel from Mae 1918

Thursday, October 25 297 days past 67 to come

"Even the sun has spots."

We rest all day as it rains in morning. D. David had his shoulder put out of place

Friday, October 26 298 days past 66 to come

Patriotism pays when it influences a purchase of Dominion Textile "Made in Canada" Cottons.

Florence comes home from hospital a lovely day. The mill moves here Papa goes to Monkland with case of Eggs 43 {cent sign} a dozen of eggs.

Saturday, October 27 299 days past 65 to come

"Rockfast" Drill- fro hard wear of all kinds.

The mill is here a big gang for dinner Mae is coming home Miss F + Marietta goes w{line over w} train to meet her 1917

Sunday, October 28 300 days past 64 to come

1917 {right hand side of page}

Miss F Marietta + Da go to church Wm goes to chapel with Leo {Raln?} mae goes away again AN& JV.come

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We got to Marietta to meet Leo McDonald (BlackSmith) funeral Miss Bill McAllan dies 1918

Monday, October (29) 301 days past 63 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea gives your customers a feeling that they have got more than their money's worth. 1917

A.G Lanson married an awful day. Boys working at Lalonds at mill. Mr Mike spend evening here D.A. McMillan comes after dog. It {???}

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Josephine McPhail {drove?} also ms Bill McAllan Miss Darns goes home- 1918

Thursday, December 13 346 days past 18 to come

Grey cottons- full range-heavy, medium and light.

Etta cleans kitchen & puts up curtains & nows work at Bessies coat 1917

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{Thing?} going on as usual. I clean kitchen and wash Curtains- 1918

Friday, December 14 347 days past 17 to come

Sheeting and Sheets- full range, all widths, Plain and Twill. Sheets- Plain, hemmed and hemmed stitched.

I finish Bessies coat papa goes to funeral Wm {McImtosh?} a terrible day 1917

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I make my Xmas bake- We have the mill 1918

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Saturday, December 15 348 days past 16 to come

For the hardest kind of children's wear, "Romper Cloth" is the ideal fabric.

Very cold {Lopin?} Miss F goes home. 1917

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Sunday, Decemebr 16 349 days past 15 to come

I go out colelcting 1917

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D.A. Gene & I go to church Da & I go to Valades as Mis Valade is very sick- 1918

Monday, Decemebr 17 350 days past 14 to come

Perfect Weave- fast colours- splendid wear- all unite in "C" Prints.

We wash I make my Xmas Cake 1917

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I wash. 1918

Tuesday, December 18 351 days past 13 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea gives your customers a feeling that they have got more than their money's worth.

We go to town very cold I remain in got Etta's clothes

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We kill Turkeys only 13 got 38 cp lb. av. 11 lbs or $4.33 each 1918

Wednesday, December 19 352 days past 12 to come

"In the best fabric of duplicity there is some weak point; Dominion Textile Fabrics are noted for their perfect weave." 1917

Papa comes in after me {twas?} soft snowing some

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Papa goes to St. Andrews 1918

Thursday, December 20 353 days past 11 to come

Patriotism pays when it influences a purchase of Dominion Textile "Made in Canada" Cottons. 1917

Nice & soft- Papa goes out- hunting with Rd ? shot a Lymy?

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Mill comes here 1918

Friday, December 21 354 days past 10 to come

Muskoka Scrim- best value on the market. 1917

I churn & sew. Miss F goes home

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Miss leaves goes down & Mylo? {?} 1918

Saturday, December 22 355 days past 9 to come

"Rockfast Drill- hard and strong as its name. 1917

Bake & prep are for Xmas. Mae comes home. Marietta Angus comes with her

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Miss We go to town. Miss D- goes in with H. L. in evening 1918

Sunday, Decemebr 23 356 days past 8 to come

"Ring in the Christ that is to be." - Tennyson. 1917

Mae Etta & Wm goes to church

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We go to church. Miss D goes down to {Seyirese?} for dinner Goes to church with H.L. 1918

Monday, December 24 357 days past 7 to come

"The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas would be there." C.C. Moore.

Visit with mas ?? Xmas.

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H Cahey takes Miss D to Northfield Stn. with car. roads bad Mr. Mike takes pick

Tuesday, December 25 358 days past 6 to come

"At Christmas play, And make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year."- Tusser

Bessie, Gene & Etta & Wm goes to church. Mae goes away We hear of D. McRais death 1917

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I do my Xmas baking put up decorations Papa goes to meet Mae. Storming away. Bring char? home from Sta 1918

Wednesday, December 26 359 days past 5 to come

"Again at Christmas did we weave The holly round the Christmas heart."

We wash papa goes to town for Aunt Annie 1917

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A nice day but storming. Papa & boys go to church for & Etta comes Joe Papa & children go to Stn 1918

Thursday, December 27 360 days past 4 to come

Sheeting and Sheets- full range, all widths, Plain and Twill. Sheets- Plain, hemmed and hemmed stitched.

????? Comes in afternoon with Kalus parcel. Mary Rahal also. We go to Concert in evening very cold 1917

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I do a big washing we go 1918

Friday, December 28 361 days past 3 to come

"Steelclad" Galatea- used with satisfaction from the Atlantic to the Pacific 1917

Awful no one goes to Xmas Tree

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Boys cutting wood in bush with george Rahal a fine Day. We go down to see Mr. Mike 1918

Monday, December 31 365 days past

"Turn over a new leaf." -Middleton. 1917

We wash very Cold. Papa goes down to Ainelle's? Bonneville

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Did no wash but {ironed?} all day. Papa goes to see Mae 1918

Memoranda 1917

Made 1st Syrup in March March 30th March 30. 5 gallons April 2nd " 4th 13 " " 5 6 " " 7 3 " " 14 9 1/2 " " 16 1 " " 16 '7 " " 20 22 "

               69 1/2   "

Memoranda

Sat. Ap. 28. Took Pig home from AD spotted Stripper 12. April Lowback Big Black April 17 May 8th Uncle Joes Apr. 29th

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Took pig home 14th Dec 17

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“Mary Josephine McDonald Diary, 1917-1919,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed November 14, 2019, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/261.

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