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

== Josephine Mary (Minnie) McDonald

1863 - 1919

Transcribed by Rural Diary Archive volunteers ==


{Front Cover} 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?}

{Mary Josephine has divided each page of this journal so as to make it a three-year journal, 1917-1919. She draws a line under each year's entry on a page and then enters the following year's entry for that day underneath it. She notes the year sometimes in the left margin.}

Monday Tuesday January 1 1917 364 to come

"There's a new foot on the floor, my friend, And a new face at the door." - Tennyson.

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 tea 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.

1917 Beautiful day. Washed all day boys was pulling out manure {line across the page}

1918 Mrs. Amelle comes to sew for Etta Dan McMillan & Monroe Come about 9 o'clock {line across page}

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 reparing 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 Tyrs to get saw sharpened 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 cwt shorts @ $1.88 per cent. Stormming 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 & ec {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 go to church thought we would not get home with storm. Steve Wood put in vault turns Colder in evening. no one here. Wm Bessie + Dunk sick {Line dividing paragraph} 1919 Miss D goes to church with I & C 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.

{line across page} 1918 Emma again comes

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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 cwt @2.25, 3 @ 2.50= $14.25. sent 17 lbs or a crock got 35 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 Campos 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. Wrote 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 Florence comes Katie comes and Spends afternoon Emma Sewing still

{line across page} 1919 Pa gon off hunting. Pipes catch fire in morning. Boys go to MonKland 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 Damin Etta {Alice} & 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 there 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 nice 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 reception lovely time 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 Turns 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. declar war on 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 1405 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 with 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 Young come a terrible Storm comes up- soft snow. Jurus cold Had a letter from dear Marietta

Thursday Friday, March 15 73 days past 291 to come

"The idea 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 traffic 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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{1918 in box on right hand side of page}

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 underwent a serious operation on Sunday. for appendicitis.

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1918 Drew 1st bad of logs to Monkland roads good but snow melting 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 high at Burnville

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. Iron + 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 {lurk?} 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 cans for Bush {bushels?} Syrup, Wrote to Mae + National Mfg Co.

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1918 {right hand side of page}

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

== Wednesday, April 4 93 days past 271 to come

Extraordinary durability explains the name, "Rockfast" Drill.

1917

Allan bring calf home. A beautiful day

[Line across page] 1918 Allan goes to Avonmore for tea and get pipe of S(?) fixed.

Thursday, April 5 94 days past 270 to come

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

1917

Send syrup to Foring from Mon (?)

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1918

Busy in bush. Sap running good.

Friday, April 6 Good Friday 95 days past 269 to come

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

1917 Made two batches syrup. A miserable cold day.

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1918

Papa goes down to (?) for calf. Braw Comes to butcher in afternoon. Boys busy in bush Bowan helps to gather.

Saturday, April 7 96 days past 268 to come

"Oh how this spring of love resembleth The uncertain glory of an April day." -- Shakespeare.

1917

Papa went to Juno took home churn cold.

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1918

Very busy day. Eddie here Saps running good. Boys stay up sell 15.6 boiling.

Sunday, April 8

97 days past Easter 267 to come

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Marietta & Wm go to church. J. V. here Sunday Eve. Johnny & Edmond took tea here 1917

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Papa & I go to church roads bad. Miss F. comes back. A.V.

Monday, April 9

98 days past 266 to come

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

1917

We was boys haul home wood Papa goes up road {inviting} to his beat St Andrews. Wm Lets the goose in cow stable

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1918

A miserable day rains all day I wash

Tuesday, April 10

99 days past 265 to come

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

1917

Papa goes to town with H Cahey Very Cold. Boys taking home {wood} {Uncl} Joe comes & takes dinner

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1918

Turns awful cold No Sap Boy pulling out manure Bessie Papa & I go to church very cold. Dr. Lalond goes to see Mr Campbell

Wednesday, April 11

100 days past 264 to come

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Bag Cloths, Rubber Cloths and Grey Cloths for Manufacturers.

1917

Boys getting home wood. Edmond here. In evening start gathering sap

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1918

Very Cold No sap

Thursday, April 12

101 days past 263 to come

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No. 3 Print, bright colours---full range---all styles.

1917

Marietta Gene & Wm go to church for Easter duty. Storming Papa goes over to {hill}

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1918

Good run of Sap but still cold. Little Pigs come. & blue Cow has a calf Also Black heifer on North side

Friday, April 13

102 days past 262 to come

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"Steelclad" Galatea---for Ladies and Children's wear.

1917

Busy boiling. Florence comes up in afternoon

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1918

Sap runing good Papa boils in afternoon boys boil till 3 A M. Geo. Rahal with them

Saturday, April 14

103 days past 261 to come

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"Men are April when they woo, December when they wed." ---Shakespeare.

1917

A busy day lots of Sap. Wm goes to get a shoe on Maud Papa goes to Station & I go back to make syrup. Mae comes home. White cow comes in.

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1918

Busy boiling

Sunday, April 15

104 days past 260 to come

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1917

Papa & I go to church. Drive down to J {?}. In afternoon boys go back to gather them Wm goes to Station We have straw berries for dinner.

1918

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Papa & I go to dinner & supper to Mr. Valades Enjoy the day very much

Monday, April 16

105 days past 259 to come

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

1917

Monday Miss F. returns. School opens. I go back in morning to clean evaporation pails put goose to hatch in hen house

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1918

On a new schedule of time McMartin buried boys make last syrup. Uncle Joe came & took supper here

Tuesday, April 17

106 days past 258 to come

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Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price.

1917

Our Parcel comes from Eatons Busy in bush

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1918

Boys gather & wash buckets I start cleaning Cook house

Wednesday, April 18

107 days past 257 to come

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

1917

Papa goes to Monkland takes home 4 cwt flour. I was in Bush all afternoon

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1918

Papa goes to St Andrews with Syrup. I rake front yd. lovely & warm Boys finish washing 625 buckets & Evpaporaton

Thursday, April 19

108 days past 256 to come

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Textile Underwear Cloths are strong favorites

1917

We go to Easter Duty Bessie, Papa & I Sandy comes to Butcher I go back & boil in Afternoon We hear from Miss H. telling of her intended marriage

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1918

Turns dreadful cold every thing frozen Snows Got 1st Turkey Egg April 17 1918. before this cold Papa set fire to weeds & hay it runing for fare

Friday, April 20

109 days past 255 to come

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"Steelclad" Galatea stands the sun and tub.

We go to Easter duty, Besse Papa & I. It rains all afternoon Sandy Comes We go to Easter duty. Bessie Papa & I

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Saturday, April 21

110 days past 254 to come

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"Oh how this spring of love resembleth The uncertain glory of an April day." ---Shakespeare.

1917

Boy gathers Bucket & brings home last of syrup

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1918

Papa goes up to Dan McMillans a beautiful

Sunday, April 22

111 days past 253 to come

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1917

EmD. A & Marietta & I go to church A. Chisholm called

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1918

Wm Bessie & I go to church pours rain all the way home

Monday, April 23

112 days past 252 to come

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

1917

Wash as usual very cold begin sending to factory

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1918

I wash as usual

Tuesday, April 24

113 days past 251 to come

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"War, war, my noble father. Thus I fling it; And fair-eyed Peace, farewell."

1917

I make last churning & wash 300 buckets in afternoon

Wm Miss F and Marietta goes to Mrs J. B's funeral wake

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1918

We go over to Uncle Johnny Camerons I wonder what next year will bring who ever lives. Uncle Johnny leaves for Winnipeg. Poor fellow Papa goes to sale at R. McDoigh

Wednesday, April 25

114 days past 250 to come

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

1917 Go to Mrs. J. B. McDonald's funeral. finish washing buckets in afternoon Girls go to dance @ Hansons

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1918

Boys go to Easter Duty & saw come sun afternoon

Thursday, April 26

115 days past 249 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

1917

Jim Comes in afternoon I make soap. Kate & D A go to church. Wm Sorts cabbage & onions

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1918

Saw here for while then goes to Geo. R.

Friday, April 27

116 days past 248 to come

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Summer toilettes of "C" Print are as fresh and dainty as heart could wish, yet inexpensive and serviceable.

1917

Papa goes to Monkland with a load for Jim. I send Box to Mae

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Saw finishes. Papa & Goo Raher goes to Monkland. I give Eggs to Goose Miss F. goes home and goes to Seymour's dance I wash bed clothes - 1918

Saturday, April 28

117 days past 247 to come

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

1917

We go to town for bed. got my hat. A.C called & invited Marietta to wedding

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Papa & Wm goes after Binder to R. McDougalds 1918

Sunday, April 29

118 days past 246 to come

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Wm Marietta & I go to church very cold 1917

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1918

D A Bessie & I go to church In Afternoon Bessie & I go to A H Chisholms. H D & Florence over takes with car & we ride home with them. Uncle Geo. Sick with quinsy

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Monday, April 30

119 days past 245 to come

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"By the rude bridge that arched the flood, Their flag to April's breeze unfurled." ---Emerson.

1917

We wash and clean Cook house (Aunt Marietta wrote this) Miss F. goes to dance at Seymours with A. P. A V. and J. takes car back and I go.

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Papa goes to Morthfield Sta with 2 Calves $15.00. 1918

Tuesday, May 1

120 days past 244 to come

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"For I'm to be Queen of the May, mother, I'm to be Queen of the May." -Tennyson.

1917

I bake bread. Marietta goes to town with Joe Chisholm. Angus Comes home from Trenton pouring rain. Had welcome at Joes - Miss F goes down with Duncan. Lovely time.

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Archie McMillan from Finch takes supper here. 1918

Wednesday, May 2

121 days past 243 to come

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"C" Prints make economy charming.

1917

raining all day washed bal of bed clothes, Etta cut border off paper - for hall upstairs

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Thursday May 3

122 days past 242 to come

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

1917

We start papering hall. up stairs very hard frost & cold

{writing too faint to read clearly} {All? goes up 8th to buy oats}

Friday, May 4

123 days past 241 to come

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

We finish papering hall upstairs I wash all the curtains. Miss F goes home. It is Arbour day Wm put Eggs under grey turkey 1917

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{writing very faint} {I wash bed clothes. Miss F goes home & goes to Seymour's dance}

Saturday, May 5

124 days past 240 to come

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Textile Underwear Cloths are strong favorites.

1917

Avery Cold East wind. I make out factory work for 1st time Papa & Wm go to St Andrew Wm goes to V. for oats.

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1918

Miss F goes up to Campbells Mae. Comes home

Sunday, May 6

125 days past 239 to come

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1917

Papa & I went to church and went up to uncle Geo, J. V & A. V. here when we came back

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Joe and Marietta & Mrs & Mr. Valade come to have dinner Geo. Rahal has dinner here too. Mae goes away Joe takes her to Sta 1918

Monday, May 7

126 days past 238 to come

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

1917

Washed & started papering my room. Planted potatoes in front of house

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1918

I wash & scrub Cook house

Tuesday, May 8

127 days past 237 to come

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"Love---whose month is every May." - Ibid.

1917

Etta went to Monkland Papered my room. Etta went with J. C. to see Angus

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1918

I sett Old Donald, Grey turkey and Big Black one beside the Elm tree

Wednesday, May 9

128 days past 236 to come

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

1917

Etta went to Monkland with Papa to get her grey dress fitted Took 19 doz. Eggs got 35.¢ a doz. I set hen in truck very cold drizzling rain -

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1918

Very cold. {erased entry}

Thursday, May 10

129 days past 235 to come

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

1917

Allan sowed 1st grain in middle field cold I painted my room & boys.

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Gene. Wm & D. A go to church and go over to Uncle Johnnys. 1918

Friday, May 11

130 days past 234 to come

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

1917

Raining Cold rained all night. Set. Black turkey at road

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Saturday, May 12

131 days past 233 to come

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

1917

Papa went up to uncle Geo' for hay. Showery all day. Put down Carpet in my own room

Sunday, May 13

132 days past 232 to come

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1917

Bessie, Etta D A & I went to church Miss F went with H. D.s. A. V. McD came in evening -

Monday, May 14

133 days past 231 to come

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Summer toilettes of "C" Print are as fresh and dainty as heart could wish, yet inexpensive and serviceable.

1917

Washed in afternoon wash on strip dining room carpet, finished sowing middle field. Put goose eggs under hen over hen house Very cold

Tuesday, May 15

134 days past 230 to come

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"In the very May-morn of his youth, Ripe for exploits and mighty enterprises." - Shakespeare.

1917

Very cold ice 1/4 in thick at pump sowing field next line south finished washing carpet. now cleaning teachers room

Wednesday, May 16

135 days past 229 to come

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

1917

House cleaning. In evening May Rufe & Mary spends evening here Wm goes to Apple Hill on Bicycle

Thursday, May 17

136 days past 228 to come

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Cotton Blankets---Ibex, Dragon and Saxony.

1917

D.A. Etta & I went to church Gerd and Marion came to dinner Enjoyed the day very much

Friday, May 18

137 days past 227 to come

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"Time and tide wait for no man."

1917

We make the garden sowed Onions.

Saturday, May 19

138 days past 226 to come

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

1917

Sowed Beets & Carrots. May comes home. Wm goes to meet her - Etta washe Buggy

Sunday, May 20

139 days past 225 to come

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1917

Etta Bessie & D A goes to church Miss F. goes home. A lovely day Wm Etta go to train with Mae. J V. A V. & Miss F - Come. They all go out for drive

Monday, May 21

140 days past 224 to come

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

1917

We wash as usual. In afternoon we finish sowing onions. I set old Donald and two hens in hen house.

1918

To busy to write anything

Tuesday, May 22

141 days past 223 to come

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"My voice is still for war. Gods! Can a Roman senate long debate Which of the two to choose, slavery or death?" --Addison.

Started papering dining Room One Horn came in 1917

Wednesday, May 23

142 days past 222 to come

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

1917

Painted dining room

Thursday, May 24

143 days past 221 to come

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Extraordinary durability explains the name, "Rockfast" Drill.

1917

The sawyers came in afternoon. The girls. Miss F. Bessie & Etta went to Quails. Got 1st turkey Egg from small turkey -

Friday, May 25

144 days past 220 to come

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Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price.

1917

Papa goes home with Saw.

Saturday, May 26

145 days past 219 to come

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"As it fell upon a day, In the merry month of May." --Barnfield

1917

We put out the flowers & fixed flower beds.

Sunday, May 27

146 days past 218 to come

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1917

Bessie Etta D A & myself go to church. Uncle Geo. & family and Aunt Annie come also Tom, Ned. In Eve girls go for motor drive -

Monday, May 28

147 days past 217 to come

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

1917

We wash and Angus come Pete comes in Evening. I set turkey down at fence also hen in Joaper box, hen house

Tuesday, May 29

148 days past 216 to come

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

1917

Angus here. I sow carrots Black seed and Cucumbers. In afternoon I put down carpet in dining room & finish papering

Wednesday, May 30

149 days past 215 to come

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

1917

Papa & D A. went to town I clean ceiling of Kitchen Have a letter from poor Mae who is sick with measles girls go to town. Etta wins candy.

Thursday, May 31

150 days past 214 to come

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

1917

Mr. Jones takes dinner here Old grey turkey has chicken We start papering Kitchen

Friday, June 1

151 days past 213 to come

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"A noise like of a hidden brook, In the leafy month of June." --S. T. Coleridge

1917

Wm, D A & Etta go to the church Kate works at H. D. Mrs J.Y.A. has priest. finish papering Kitchen

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1918

Miss F. went home

Saturday, June 2

152 days past 212 to come

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

1917

I make factory work but very busy all day. $1.00 per @ Paper Cook house. Milk goes to factory 1st time in evening

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Mae came home. a lovely evening but Cold 1918

Sunday, June 3

153 days past 211 to come

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Papa Bessie & I go to church drizzling and Cold I wrote to Mae

1917

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1918

Mae visits Marietta for 1st time. She and Bessie go to church and gone Car

Monday, June 4

154 days past 210 to come

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Bag Cloths, Rubber Cloths and Grey Cloths for Manufacturers.

1917

Wash as usual & clean Cook house Girls go to Seymours Etta gets ready twice, mad as a wet hen

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1918

We sow seeds in our garden very windey. Plant every thing. Very windy. Miss F comes back with her father very miserable tells me she is going to quit so miserable

Tuesday, June 5

155 days past 209 to come

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

1917

Set hen between boards at door. I sew Bessies dress

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1918

I wash - a lovely day

Wednesday, June 6

156 days past 208 to come

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Summer toilettes of "C" Print are as fresh and dainty as heart could wish, yet inexpensive and serviceable.

1917

Poor S. Montgomery dies. Papa & I go to wake I put out stove in afternoon. I sew, Mrs Lalond gets calf from Uncle Geo

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1918

Miss F goes home for good A V comes after her and her Sister -

Thursday, June 7

157 days past 207 to come

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

1917

Nice & cool. Wm disks corn ground. I set hen between boards

Friday, June 8

158 days past 206 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

1917

Went to funeral Sandy Mont Black turkey came out at road

Saturday, June 9

159 days past 205 to come

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

1917

Planted beans. (white).

Sunday, June 10

160 days past 204 to come

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Wm Bessie & Etta & myself go to church. Etta goes to McGilles rained all day did not get home till Tuesday morning Went to dance at Black River

Monday, June 11

161 days past 203 to come

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Cement Duck⁠—Eagle Duck⁠—Savannah and Trident Ducks⁠—are standards everywhere.

1917

Etta does not get home Dance at Black River Both girls; both gents come back one gets left.

Tuesday, June 12

162 days past 202 to come

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"What is so rare as a day in June? Then, if ever, come perfect days." -Lowell.

1917

Start Bessie's white dress set little turkey down at fence Papa & D A go to town to get his face lanced

Wednesday, June 13

163 days past 201 to come

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No. 3 Print, bright colours---full range---all styles.

1917

Plant potatoes Angus and Katie come down very warm. I replant Black seed

Thursday, June 14

164 days past 200 to come

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

1917

Raining finish planting potatoes in afternoon

Friday, June 15

165 days past 199 to come

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

1917

Replant black seed onions girls go to dance at Dan Woods Mr Fraser cones back and Etta goes out to

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Saturday, June 16

166 days past 198 to come

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No. 3 Print, bright colours---full range---all styles.

1917

Very busy expect Mae home Papa goes to meet Mae, Wm goes to factory

Sunday, June 17

167 days past 197 to come

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Etta Bessie & papa go to church Uncle Joe & Aunt Mary come in afternoon. JV. & AV come Go out for drive -

Monday, June 18

168 days past 196 to come

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Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price.

Wash, Take old Donald out of nest. Boys plant potatoes over. Papa plant Corn & Beans

Tuesday, June 19

169 days past 195 to come

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"No price is set on the lavish summer, June may be had by the poorest comer." - Lowell.

I paint the floor

Wednesday, June 20

170 days past 194 to come

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"C" Prints make economy charming.

Put 2nd Coat on floor.

Saturday, June 23

173 days past 191 to come

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

1917

We goto the church Bessie Gene, Dunk & I. In evening Dan McMillan comes then Allan & John James Mae comes up with Aunt Annie to Cornwall -

Sunday, June 24

174 days past 190 to come

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1917

Etta, Allan, and Dunk go to church, Wm goes with Pat Set hen in hen house west of door

Monday, June 25

175 days past 189 to come

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

1917

Washed, Turkey down at schoolhouse came out set hen in hen house east of door

Tuesday, June 26

176 days past 188 to come

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"Brevity is the soul of wit, And tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes." -Shakespeare (Hamlet).

Girls go up to Campbells

Wednesday, June 27

177 days past 187 to come

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

1917-

Alovely day. Lawn social at St Andrews. Girls go

Thursday, June 28

178 days past 186 to come

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

A beautiful day.

Friday, June 29

179 days past 185 to come

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"C" Prints make economy charming.

1917

SA very heavy rain. Weeding garden. Miss F. goes home for good.

Saturday, June 30

180 days past 184 to come

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

1917

We get 1st straw berries. Igo over to other side. Imake up factory work. Mae comes home

Sunday, July 1

181 days past 183 to come

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1917

Mae, Etta D & go to church Wm goes up to Uncle Joe's

Monday, July 2

182 days past 182 to come

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"I remember, I remember, How my childhood fleeted by--- The mirth of its December And the warmth of its July." -Praed.

1917

Wash as usual. Mae goes away in evening

Tuesday, July 3

183 days past 181 to come

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

1917

We go to berrie early in morning over to McLaughlin's. Goslings come out

Wednesday, July 4

184 days past 180 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

1917

Etta Gene goes to berries I go in afternoon

Thursday July 5

185 days past 179 to come

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

Picking berries.

Friday, July 6

186 days past 178 to come

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

Sew all day

Saturday, July 7

187 days past 177 to come

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"War its thousands slays, Peace its ten thousands." -Porteus.

Pick berries in afternoon Red & white cow came in

Sunday, July 8

188 days past 176 to come

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Go to J. {Lecks} for dinner

Marion & Murphy spend evening here

Monday, July 9

189 days past 175 to come

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

1917

Wash. Bessie & I go to berries in afternoon. raining. Took young turkeys out of nest We send case of eggs to Montreal

Tuesday, July 10

190 days past 174 to come

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

Raining still

Wednesday, July 11

191 days past 173 to come

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"Steelclad Galatea gives satisfaction in the home.

1917

Etta, Bessie & Igo over to berries on other side get about 4 qts

Thursday, July 12

192 days past 172 to come

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"Strive still to be a man before your Mother." -Cowper.

Picking berries

Friday, July 13

193 days past 171 to come

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Extraordinary durability explains the name, "Rockfast" Drill.

Papa sowed buckwheat behind barn. Black Cow has a calf -

Saturday, July 14

194 days past 170 to come

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

Mae comes home

Sunday, July 15

195 days past 169 to come

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St. Swithin's Day.

1917

Etta, Bessie D & I go to chur Wm in wheel. Mae goes away in evening Etta goes for motor drive

Monday, July 16

196 days past 168 to come

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Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price.

wash as usual Ifinish cleaning goose berries

Tuesday, July 17

197 days past 167 to come

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

We go up to Campbells for berries. C. J. Comes down in evening

Wednesday, July 18

198 days past 166 to come

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We are Headquarters for Cotton Shoe Drills.

We go to Cornwall. I take dinner at Aunt Annies Get Boys suits

Thursday, July 19

199 days past 165 to come

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

I send to Eatons for Springs & Mattresses. Sew in after noon

Friday, July 20

200 days past 164 to come

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

I sew all day

Saturday, July 21

201 days past 163 to come

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

Go over to pick last straw berries

Sunday, July 22

202 days past 162 to come

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Go to church and go up to Uncle Joes for dinne

Monday, July 23

203 days past 161 to come

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"Steelclad" Galatea---for Ladies and Children's wear.

Allan goes to Monkland Sends Crate to Montreal Eggs 40¢

Tuesday, July 24

204 days past 160 to come

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"Toll for the Brave. The Brave that are no more, All sunk beneath the wave, Fast by their native shore." -Cowper.

Go to pick 1st raspberries on Lalonds.

Wednesday, July 25

205 days past 159 to come

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

Picking berries

Thursday, July 26

206 days past 158 to come

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"Steelclad" Galatea stands the sun and tub.

Picking berries

Friday, July 27

207 days past 157 to come

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"C" Prints make economy charming.

Picked berries till 3 in afternoon

Saturday, July 28

208 days past 156 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

Make out Factory work

Sunday, July 29

209 days past 155 to come

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1917

Uncle Johnny Cameron and Aunt Annie Comes Have a mess of new potatoes. J. V. comes in evening go to town.

Monday, July 30

210 days past 154 to come

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"He makes no friend who never made a foe." -Tennyson.

Sewing & picking berries

Tuesday, July 31

211 days past 153 to come

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

Sewing & picking beries

Wednesday, August 1

212 days past 152 to come

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"Habit, if not resisted, Soon becomes a necessity." -St.Augustine.

Picking berries

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Boys go to meeting got 18 loads of hay in.

Thursday, August 2

213 days past 151 to come

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

Picking berries

Friday, August 3

214 days past 150 to come

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

Aunt Annie goes to town with H. D. Etta & Bessie goes up to Chisholmes Archie Rahal comes home in Automobile.

Saturday, August 4

215 days past 149 to come

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

Usual work

Sunday, August 5

216 days past 148 to come

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Etta goes to church with C- & go to picnic out to Island then goes to party at McIntosh'

Monday, August 6

217 days past 147 to come

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Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price.

I go to pick blackberries leave washing with Marietta

Tuesday, August 7

218 days past 146 to come

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

We go to berries early get about 15 qts

Wednesday, August 8

219 days past 145 to come

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"He that repeateth a matter separateth many friends." -Proverbs XVII, 9.

We remain at home

Thursday, August 9

220 days past 144 to come

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

1917

Go to berries with Florence & Mazy and got all wet Etta Jgoes to dance in Williamstown. John Archie here

Friday, August 10

221 days past 143 to come

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

I go to berries alone

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We go to Duncan Neds funera and Mrs Jim Lawson. Hear Mar{i}on is dead

Saturday, August 11

222 days past 142 to come

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

Usual work no Factory work tonight

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Sunday, August 12

223 days past 141 to come

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1917

Go to church In evening Etta goes out to Moose Creek Finish Factory work.

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1918

We go over to Uncle Johnnys and go to Hotel Deen to see Marion.

Monday, August 13

224 days past 140 to come

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

1917

We go to berries do not wash Papa goes to Monkland get Springs & Mattress. Send crate eggs to Montreal

Tuesday, August 14 1918

225 days past 139 to come

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"'Tis better to be brief than tedious." -Shakespeare (Richard III)

{writing very faint} Herbert Daniels dies at Hotel Deen Cornwall

Wednesday, August 15

226 days past 138 to come

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

1917

Usual work. raining

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1918

Boys go to wake. Herbert Daniels dies -

Thursday, August 16

227 days past 137 to come

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

1917

We go to berries. Katie Come down in afternoon Archie Rahal Comes in evening

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1918

Marion Comes home to her Fathers. Very poorly Dr. Coming every day.

Friday, August 17

228 days past 136 to come

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Muskoka Scrim---best value on the market.

1917

I put Cucumbers in Brine

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We go to Daniels Funeral at A.P. go to Uncle Duncans for dinner -

Saturday, August 18

229 days past 135 to come

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Extraordinary durability explains the name, "Rockfast" Drill.

1917

Mae Comes home for her vacation. Uncle Johnny & Mary Ann Comes & spends afternoon. Uncle Johnny works at hay makes coils

Sunday, August 19

230 days past 134 to come

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1917

Mae, Etta WmD A. goes to church In evening. The girls go to party at Uncle Johnnys (Lecks)

Monday, August 20

231 days past 133 to come

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"A laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market." -Lamb.

1917

We wash. In afternoon Irun to berries when a big storm Comes up

Tuesday, August 21

232 days past 132 to come

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

1917

Marietta goes down to Collect for Florence. Mae Bessie & I go over to pick berries for last time

Wednesday, August 22

233 days past 131 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

1917

Pat Rahal Comes to bind oats They finish Cutting hay on other side west of road. Party at Tom Quinns. {faded writing}

Thursday, August 23

234 days past 130 to come

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

Visit with Mae. Little pigs Come.

Friday, August 24

235 days past 129 to come

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

Coil hay read for stacking McMaster Comes to buy pigs Girls go up to Uncle Joes Uncle Geo & Uncle Joe takes supper here

Saturday, August 25

236 days past 128 to come

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Textile Printed Shirtings bring success to shirting Manufacturers.

We visit with Mae

Sunday, August 26

237 days past 127 to come

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1917

Mae, Wm Rahals goto Green field. Marion and Mercella Malloney called. Marietta goes to Campbells Collecting for Florence.

Monday, August 27

238 days past 126 to come

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"Castles in the air cost a vast deal to keep up." -Lytton.

We wash. Etta sends money to Florence Papa goes to Apple Hill with pigs They weigh 1445 lbs @ 17¢ gives $245.50

Tuesday, August 28

239 days past 125 to come

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

1917

Maudie Come Collecting for social at St Andrews. Papa & I go & spend evening at Angus Chisholms. Dan Rahal goes away

Wednesday, August 29

240 days past 124 to come

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

Mae goes up to Rahals

Thursday, August 30

241 days past 123 to come

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

Social at St Andrews

Friday, August 31

242 days past 122 to come

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

Mary & Archie Spend evening her. Greenfield dance

Saturday, September 1

243 days past 121 to come

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"The book of nature getteth short of leaves." -Hood.

Visit all day.

Sunday, September 2

244 days past 120 to come

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We go up to Uncle Joes to see Marion. Danny. Miss McK{inan} Cassie. Mrs D McDonald visit us

Monday, September 3

245 days past 119 to come

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Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price.

Mae goes away. Etta goes to aball at Harrisons

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Miss Davis and Miss& D. come in evening. Mae goes to Montreal

Tuesday, September 4

246 days past 118 to come

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

1917

Marion ismarried a lovely day Marietta remains up from dance goes to Marriage - comes home in evening

Wednesday, September 5

247 days past 117 to come

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Summer toilettes of "C" Print are as fresh and dainty as heart could wish, yet inexpensive and serviceable.

We talk all day

Thursday, September 6

248 days past 116 to come

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Textile Sleeve Linings---extra good value.

Mike comes to work at stack here all day

Friday, September 7

249 days past 115 to come

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

They finish the hay. grain and everything

Saturday, September 8

250 days past 114 to come

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

Boys go to work at H Ds in Afternoon

Sunday, September 9

251 days past 113 to come

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We think of going up to Uncle Geo. It rains so we Come home Aunt Annie & Loretta & Rob go up to Uncle Geo also Uncle Johnny & Teresa

Monday, September 10

252 days past 112 to come

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

We wash and I pick Cucumbers & put in salt

Tuesday, September 11

253 days past 111 to come

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Empire Quilts for Bedspreads.

I go down to Montgomerys

Wednesday, September 12

254 days past 110 to come

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

Papa go to Ottawa fair with H. Cahey - Comes hom through night with Pat McLaughlin.

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Thursday, September 13

255 days past 109 to come

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"Pity the best of words should be but wind."

We go to Mrs J. F. A funeral Mrs McPhaul.

Friday, September 14

1918

256 days past 108 to come

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Textile Underwear Cloths are strong favorites.

Wm goes to Ottawa Fair with Dan on Hill & Pat Rahal

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Jim Rahal working here since Thursday last. He goes to Greenfield to-morrow Saturaday.

Saturday, September 15

257 days past 107 to come

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

Mae Comes home. Wm Comes from Ottawa with Danon Hill Dan McMillan here

Sunday, September 16

1918

258 days past 106 to come

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Mae is at home. Myrtle McIntosh Isabella Faucett, Joe & Marietta & Archie comes to dinne, Archie drives Mae to Sta - Wm H. here

Monday, September 17

259 days past 105 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

1918

Abusy day Ido factory work Ipreserve plums, Dan McMi comes for supper from AV.

Tuesday, September 18

260 days past 104 to come

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"Be wise to-day; 'tis madness to defer."

1918

Uncle Geo comes after D A with car. He goes with him Miss D - goes to dance to Mrs Archie Young Alex's

Wednesday, September 19

261 days past 103 to come

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

Boys go to Avonmore Fair Girls go to Ball at Avonmore

Saturday, September 22

264 days past 100 to come

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A. A. Duck---for hard wear.

1917

Mae Comes home

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1918

Cold and showery Miss D- Sack

Sunday, September 23

264 days past 99 to come

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1917

Miss F- goes home from Mass. D McMillan & Maggie here - May goes away.

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1918

Miss D- goes to church with Geo. Rahal. He Comes in to dinner. I write to Danny across the Seas - Wm H- here- Dunk comes home with Uncle Geo. {?ng}

Monday, September 24

266 days past 98 to come

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

1918

Papa & Wm go to Apple Hill with Bull. raining.

Tuesday, September 25

267 days past 97 to come

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"Thick as Autumnal leaves that strew the brooks." -Milton.

J B comes to Butcher pig.

Wednesday, September 26

268 days past 96 to come

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

1917

Colman Comes to cut Corn. Etta goes up to see Katie

Thursday, September 27

269 days past 95 to come

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No. 3 Print, bright colours---full range---all styles.

Marietta & papa goes to town to get her teeth fixed

1917

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Friday, September 28

270 days past 94 to come

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

1917

We go to Maxville fair Etta Come home with H D gets her green dress made

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Saturday, September 29

271 days past 93 to come

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We are Headquarters for Cotton Shoe Drills.

A. V. comes after Mae Comes from Monkland she comes out with Uncle Johnnys. Loretta sick. Ruth remains back

Sunday, September 30

272 days past 92 to come

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1917

We go to church think to go to Uncle Geo. but it rains and they go out to dinne to D A McDonald

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1918

May home Joe. Miss D. Isabelle goes to Monkland with her. Em H. comes we remain in parlor

Monday, October 1

273 days past 91 to come

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"He that will to bed go sober, Falls with the leaf still in October." -Pollo.

1917

Wash and peel apples all afternoon

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Make up factory work and begin wash

1918

Tuesday, October 2

274 days past 90 to come

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1917

Pee Apples Boys pick potatoes and sends them to Jims. Papa takes eggs to Monkland.

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1918

Papa goes out to Wm Sandy. Jims for wire. Mary Fraser dies

Wednesday, October 3

275 days past 89 to come

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Cotton Drills---for Shirts, Overalls and Pocketing

1917

Papa & Etta go to town again rainy and disagreeable We take in the beans - We fix up the dining room stove & pipes.

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1918

We put up dining room stove Dr. Lalond goes to see Duncan Chisholm

Thursday, October 4

276 days past 88 to come

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

1917

raining still

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We go to Mary Frasers funeral Wm & I-

1918

Friday, October 5

277 days past 87 to come

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"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 a A H McGilles

1918

Saturday, October 6

278 days past 86 to come

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

A gloomy day make 12 bottle pickles. Make up the books 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

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Etta DA Bessie & I go to chur Wm goes with Tom a cold miserable day Etta goes out to J McGillis to party

1917

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1918

Another awful day. Dont go to church In afternoon Joe & Marietta come and takes D. A. home from Uncle Geo Glad indeed to see them

Monday, October 8

280 days past 84 to come

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

1917

Wash It rains all day Etta goes to dance at Harrison Miss Fraser goes comes from Ottawa comes back from dance

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1918

A nice day I wash

Tuesday, October 9

281 days past 83 to come

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"Nor wanting is the brown October, drawn, Mature and perfect, from his dark retreat." -Thomson.

Nice & bright writing to Mae

1917

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1918

I irom Miss D is preparing to go to Teacher's Convention but its posponed to later date

Wednesday, October 10

282 days past 82 to come

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Cotton Blankets---Ibex, Dragon and Saxony.

1917

Papa & Etta goes to town

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We dig 1st potatoes a lovely day. Bessies Birthday

1918

Thursday, October 11

283 days past 81 to come

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

1917

Papa & goes up to see Mr Rahal & call at Angus Chisholms to see the girls

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We dig potatoes. Miss D. goes to H D. for tea

1918

Friday, October 12

284 days past 80 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

1917

Priest goes to see Mr Rahal and he dies that night

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It rains in morning but we dig potatoes in afternoon

1918

Saturday, October 13

285 days past 79 to come

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1917

Marietta goes up to Rahals papa & Wm goes to Monklan with Chase, Papa goes to wake at night. The boys go over to fill silo

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1918

An awful day rains Miss D goes to H D. for hat. I have Card from Mae stating she has flue am very anxious Wm goes to Monk in evening to telephone but could not find even St.

Sunday, October 14

286 days past 78 to come

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1917

We go to church boys go up to R- in evening. J V & A V come in evening.

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1918

A thunder storm in morning but clears off and we go to church Everything deferred Confirmation Mission & Ec. Schools closed

Monday, October 15

287 days past 77 to come

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

1917

We go to funeral

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Thanks giving day Miss Davis teaches school

1918

Tuesday, October 16

288 days past 76 to come

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Dominion Textile Cottons equal the imported in everything except price.

1917

We wash. Florence gos to town Grace is born

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Miss Davis cloes school Digging potatoes

1918

Wednesday, October 17

289 days past 75 to come

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"Take time by the forelock."

We dig potatoes in front of Orchard

1917

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We are digging potatoes awful soft- Lalond boys here -

1918

Thursday, October 18

290 days past 74 to come

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

1917

We are still at potatoes Mr. Jones visits the school a lovely day

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Still at potatoes with Lalond boys

1918

Friday, October 19

291 days past 73 to come

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

Rains Unable Boys work at Alex Moodys at mill

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Saturday, October 20

{pencil brackets around 20}

292 days past 72 to come

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

Papa goes down to Scotts Boys work at Alex on Hill Come home to send D J D Annual home Miss F goes home papa {papa is written in red} wars a pair of pens

1917

Sunday, October 21

293 days past 71 to come

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We go to church Forty Hrs begins - {erased or very faint - J V comes for dinner}

1917

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Miss Davis goes out to Sandy McGillis with Wm Joe - another & man Miss D - goes to church with Tom Caughy rains something Awful -

1918

Monday, October 22

294 days past 70 to come

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

Children go to the church I wash. Kate & D. A. godown in afternoon

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Tuesday, October 23

295 days past 69 to come

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

We go to the church Wm ridges all potatoes in front of Orchard. Archie Rahal, Mary & Biddy spend evening

1917

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We go and spend afternoon with Marietta. Had such a nice afternoon -

1918

Wednesday, October 24

296 days past 68 to come

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

We start potatoes on the side rains awful I go 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 me a parcel from Mae

1918

Thursday, October 25

297 days past 67 to come

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"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

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

Florence comes home from hospita a lovely day. The mill moves here Papa goes to Monkland with case of Eggs 43¢ a dozen of eggs.

Saturday, October 27

299 days past 65 to come

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

The mill is here a big gang for dinner Mae is coming home Miss F & Marietta goes to train to meet her

1917

Sunday, October 28

300 days past 64 to come

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1917

Miss F - Marietta & D A go to church Wm goes to chapel with Geo Raha Mae goes away again A V & J V.come

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We go to Marietta to meet Geo McDonald (BlackSmith) funeral. Mrs Bill McAllan dies

1918

Monday, October 29

{pencilled brackets around 29)

301 days past 63 to come

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

1917

A.G Lawson married an awful day. Boys working at Lalonds at mill. Mr Mike spend evening here D.A. McMillan comes after dog. It thunders an lightens.

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Josephine McPhail driving also Mrs Bill McAllan Miss Davis goes home-

1918

Tuesday, October 30

302 days past 62 to come

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"For who knows most, him loss of time most grieves." -Dante

1917

raining & wind but lovely and warm. Boys help Geo. Rahal thrashing. Papa starts ploughing Archie R - spends evening Etta has toothache

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Wednesday, October 31

{October 31 circled in pencil}

303 days past 61 to come

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1917

Papa got new plow. boys at Rahals. Archie goes away We take in the Stove

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Ned Boys take Sick Papa & H D. goes to St Andrews to wire for Dr.

1918

Thursday, November 1

304 days past 60 to come

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"Blow, blow, thou winter wind, Thou art not so unkind As man's ingratitude." -Shakespeare

Girls expected to go for drive but did not -

1917

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Father McRae comes back to see Ned Boys also Dr. Lalond Papa & H D again goes to St A for Fr. McRae. Rec'd letter from Miss Davis Ottawa

1918

Friday, November 2

305 days past 59 to come

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"Steelclad" Galatea stands the sun and tub.

1917

First Friday did not go Katie & Teresa goes to mass Etta & Miss Fraser go to Raha for tea Johnny & Wm give them a swift ride home. Miss F goes home

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1918

All Saints day. Did not go to church on a/c of Flue. Ned's boys sick.

Saturday, November 3

306 days past 58 to come

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

1918

May comes home A. V. comes back. The 1st time for Mae to come after being sick Wm Comes home from Uncle Geo

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Nathan McLaughlin dies

{Entire entry bracketed}

Sunday, November 4

307 days past 57 to come

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Marion & Les were here glad to see them. Went down to Chisholms, 2 oclock in morning - when they got home Etta promised to visit Marion in two weeks time I wonder if she'll go

1917

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Joe & Marietta comes back Jos. goes to Station with Mae Also Bessie & Eugene. Wm goes back up to Uncle Geo.

Nathan McLaughlin buried

1918

Monday, November 5

308 days past 56 to come

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

1917

Clothes line broke Etta takes cold rinsing in Cold water

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I wash a very disagreeable day rain and Snow -

1918

Tuesday, November 6

309 days past 55 to come

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Textile Underwear Cloths are strong favorites

1917

Etta Sick

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Ned Boys no better send for Dr. in hurry - Dr. Dickey of Newington - Catherine Jennet sick too - Begin knitting Bessie's stockings

1918

Wednesday, November 7

310 days past 54 to come

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"A cheerful friend is like a sunny day." -Lubbock.

Etta sick Pete comes & spends evening

1917

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Papa goes to St Andrews for pig feed. A Lovely day

1918

Thursday, November 8

311 days past 53 to come

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Textile Printed Shirtings bring success to shirting Manufacturers.

1917

Etta sick

Friday, November 9

312 days past 52 to come

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

{Etta ?} Fs father comes after her

1917

Saturday, November 10

313 days past 51 to come

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

1917

Mrs McMillan is buried we go to funeral at Apple Hill did not get home till 10 PM

Sunday, November 11

314 days past 50 to come

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Im sick Etta Wm & D A go to church

1917

Monday, November 12

315 days past 49 to come

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Extraordinary durability explains the name, "Rockfast" Drill.

Sick on Monday do not wash

1917

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Papa goes to Apple Hill with pigs 4. $1.35

Peace was declared

1918

Tuesday, November 13

316 days past 48 to come

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"The moments we forego eternity itself cannot retrieve." -Schiller.

Etta washes we are some what better. Bessie takes sick

1917

Wednesday, November 14

317 days past 47 to come

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

1918

Bowen comes to butcher

Thursday, November 15

318 days past 46 to come

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

1917

Mary Rahal comes She & Mary goes down to Kennedys Kate goes to Apple Hill

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Ronald & Allan goes to hunt

1918

Friday, November 16

319 days past 45 to come

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Cotton Blankets---Ibex, Dragon and Saxony.

Katie comes to Spend Afternoon Sam Lawson Comes Miss F goes home

1917

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Mae com

Saturday, November 17

320 days past 44 to come

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"The empty vessel makes the greatest sound." -Shakespeare.

Boys go to Campbells to work at mill. Mae is Coming home. Papa takes wood from other side

1917

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Mae Comes to Cornwall Comes out with Uncle John from Early mass. Bess

1918

Sunday, November 18

321 days past 43 to come

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Mae is home Mrs Sandy Greefield. Mary & Pat. Archie here

1917

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Boys go to Valades. for dinner rains all day Bessie & I goes down to H D Florence has sore hand

1918

Monday, November 19

322 days past 42 to come

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

Papa sells the Cows goes to North Star. D A goes to Monkland with May

1917

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Florence goes to town & stays in. Maggie Tys dies

1918

Tuesday, November 20

323 days past 41 to come

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Textile Underwear Cloths are strong favorites.

Iput up my quilt very cold heavy snow

1917

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Maggie is buried. 1st Snow but an awful day

1918

Wednesday, November 21

324 days past 40 to come

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"The devil was sick, the devil a monk would be, The devil got well, the devil a monk was he."

They take heifers home Snowing and Cold

1917

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R & Allan goes to hunt

1918

(Ronald Quail)

Thursday, November 22

325 days past 39 to come

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

1917

Snowing and Cold am still quilting but finist 21st

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{Erased - Bowen comes to butcher}

Papa goes to St Andrews for feed. Boys take heifers home

1918

Friday, November 23

326 days past 38 to come

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1917

Cold & stormy

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Wm goes up with black Cow to Ruperts Price 45

1918

Saturday, November 24

327 days past 37 to come

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We are Headquarters for Cotton Shoe Drills.

1918

We clean and put up outside windows. Papa goes to Monkland to for Mae Miss D - suitcase Comes

1918

Sunday, November 25

328 days past 36 to come

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We go up to Uncles Geo Very very cold Jim Sandy died

1918

Monday _________________________________________________________

Miss D- here but no schoo A. HC. working at building Snowing & cold Iwash Boys working at hen-house

Monday, November 26

329 days past 35 to come

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

Cold still

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{Entries have been erased but will note what can be read. Seems to be repeats of earlier entry}

{John Mae come {sleeting} Florence goes to town to see Dr Remains in. Maggie Tys dies}

Tuesday, November 27

330 days past 34 to come

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A. A. Duck---for hard wear.

Cold registered 20 below

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{Entries erased but will note what can be read}

{A dreadful day snows all day. Maggie is buried. Mrs {S?day} poorly -}

Wednesday, November 28

331 days past 33 to come

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

turns somewhat soft - Girls Wm go up to Rahals I get the wool

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{Entry has been erased but will note what can be read}

{Allan & Ronald {indecipherable} out Comes home 2 poor all wet gets nothing. H D in town. Florence not much better}

Thursday, November 29

332 days past 32 to come

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"Each day is a little life." -Lubbock.

We go to town nice going in but cold coming home Wm & Tom have a chase after a fox & H D shoots him

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Friday, November 30

333 days past 31 to come

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

Ispin It is nice & warm Euchre at St Andrews

Saturday, December 1

334 days past 30 to come

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"As soon seek roses in December . . . before you trust in critics who themselves are sore." -Byron

1917

Nice & warm Denis McAlea dies

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Miss D- goes to Alex on {fell} Then goes to St Andrews

1918

Sunday, December 2

335 days past 29 to come

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1919

Meeting of Alter Society turns very cold

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1918

The mission opens. Fr McPhaul, Fr McBreararty Boys go Sunday Eve.

Monday, December 3

336 days past 28 to come

1919

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"When angry, count ten; when very angry, a hundred."

1917

Denis is buried

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1918

We go Monday morning Boys go Monday Eve

Tuesday, December 4

337 days past 27 to come

1919

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

1917

Papa goes to Monkland to find out the price of turkeys took 2 cwt flour home

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We go morning and Eve

1918

Wednesday, December 5

338 days past 26 to come

1919

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Bag cloths, Rubber Cloths and Grey Cloths for Manufacturers.

Papa goes to Monkland to find out price of turkeys took 2 cwt flour home We Kill 32 turkeys at 28¢ total 367 lbs - $102.76

1917

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We go Monday morn & Eve. Ned Boys & Geo Rahal

1918

Thursday, December 6

339 days past 25 to come

1919

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Dominion Textile Cotton Fabrics are strong favorites with thousands who want the utmost value for their money.

1917

I quilt all day.

Allen goes out hunting

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We Go to Holy Communion for 1st time -

1918

Friday, December 7

340 days past 24 to come

1919

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

1917

Quilt a while very busy

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Go to Holy Communion. Wm Sick not able to go.

1918

Saturday, December 8

341 days past 23 to come

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"A man may wear out his welcome, But never his 'Rockfast Drill.' "

1917

Very cold D A. Etta & I go to church Etta goes over to Uncle Johnnys We were very cold when we got home from church. In Afternoon D A & I go up as far as Bones to collect for Xmas Tree was nearly perished when I got home - Wm took cheese home

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We again have the pleasure of going to Holy Communion

{faint writing by someone else - Bessie with ?ay on October 10}

1918

End of Mission

Sunday, December 9

342 days past 22 to come

1918

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Roads impassable did not go to church work at my books all afternoon

1917

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We go to church Wm much better.

1918

Monday, December 10

343 days past 21 to come

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

Did not wash an awful day Finish my quilt

1917

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Forty hrs. Devotion begins to day Marietta & Joe sick

1918

Tuesday, December 11

344 days past 20 to come

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

1917

Papa goes to Jury - by O.N.Y. Wm goes to Sta Northfield Wm brings Mae's coat from Mail. girls come home got snow bound {drawn picture} a dear little man.

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We go Holy Communion for 40 hrs -

1918

Wednesday, December 12

345 days past 19 to come

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"Dressed in a little brief authority." -Shakespeare.

We butcher 15 chickens, 7 geese and 6 turkeys 31.40

17¢ geese, 20 for chickens 28 turkeys

Papa comes home & tells us Wm McIntosh is dead

1917

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Miss. D - opens school.

1918

Thursday, December 13

346 days past 18 to come

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

Etta cleans Kitchen & puts up curtains & irons Iwork 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

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

Ifinish Bessies coat papa goes to funeral Wm McIntosh a terrible day

1917

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I make my Xmas. Cake- We have the mill

1918

{column of numbers written below}

17

31

28

31

1

108

8

116

Saturday, December 15

348 days past 16 to come

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

Very cold Ispin. Miss F goes home.

1917

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Sunday, Decemebr 16

349 days past 15 to come

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I go out collecting

1917

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

1918

Monday, December 17

350 days past 14 to come

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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

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"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

1917

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We kill Turkeys only 13 got 38 cts alb. Av. 11 lbs or $4.33 each

1918

Wednesday, December 19

352 days past 12 to come

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"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 turns soft snowing some

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Papa goes to St. Andrews

1918

Thursday, December 20

353 days past 11 to come

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

1917

Nice & soft Papa goes out hunting with RA Quail shot a Lynx

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Mill comes here

1918

Friday, December 21

354 days past 10 to come

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Muskoka Scrim---best value on the market.

1917

I churn & sew. Miss F goes home

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Mill leaves goes down to Myles Chisholm

1918

Saturday, December 22

355 days past 9 to come

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"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. C. in evening

1918

Sunday, December 23

356 days past 8 to come

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"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 Seguin for dinner Goes to church with H.C.

1918

Monday, December 24

357 days past 7 to come

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"The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there." -C.C. Moore. {circled in pencil}

Visit with Mae fix up for Xmas.

1917

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H Cahey takes Miss D to Northfield Sta. with car. roads bad Mr. Mike takes sick

1918

Tuesday, December 25

358 days past 6 to come

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"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. McRaes death

1917

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

1918

Wednesday, December 26

359 days past 5 to come

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

We wash papa goes to town for Aunt Annie

1917

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

1918

Thursday, December 27

360 days past 4 to come

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

A H Chisholm comes in afternoon with Katies 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

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

1917

Awful cold 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

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"Turn over a new leaf." -Middleton.

1917

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

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Did no wash but ironed all day. Papa goes after to see Mae

1918

Memoranda 1917

Made 1st Syrup in March

March 30 5 gallons
April 2nd 13 "
April 4th 6 "
" 5 3 "
" 7 3 "
" 14 9½ "
" 16 1
" 16 '7 "
" 20 22 "
69½ "

Memoranda

Sat. Ap. 28. Took Pig home from AD

spotted Stripper 12. April

Lion back 17 "

Big Black April May 8th

Uncle Joe's Apr. 27th

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Took pig home 14th Dec /.7

Memoranda

1918

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Made 1st Syrup, 29th April

29th March 2½ Gallons
30 " 4 "
43rd April 17 "
6 " 14½
8 Apr 21½
8 raing 7
10 last 27
{figures written at bottom of page} 6, 59½, 65, 23, 68

Memoranda

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I sett Old Donald 7th May. Hen house

" Grey turkey 7th " Itoms Cr.

" Old Black. 7th ElemTree

I sett Black Hen in. Hen house

" " White " before Calves 8th May

Memoranda

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Memoranda

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Memoranda

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Duncan Angus{el}

D McDonald

Bessie Elizabeth McDonald

September 11 1921

Duncan MacDonald

Memoranda

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Memoranda

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19 doz. Eggs 9th May. 36¢ = 6.78

13 " " 16 " 40. = 5.20

5 " " 19 " 40. = 2.00

18 " " 30. " 40 = 7.20

3½ " " 1st June 38 = 1.33

22 doz - 16 " 33 = 7.28

5 doz. Eggs 23rd " 30 = 1.55

20 " " 28 " 16 = 5.60

12 Montreal July 31st = 4.20

12 Montreal " 327 4.80

15 Monklan 40 40 5.42

12 Montreal 40 4.80

12 Montreal 40 . 4.80

11 Monkland 40 . 4.40

12 Montreal 45 . 5.40

12 Monkland 43 . (5.16)

12 " 44 (5.48)

5 cwt shorts July 23rd 10.75
3 " " " July 30 Y6.45
3 " " " Aug. 7 6.45
3 " " " " 13. 6.45
3 Aug 16 6.45
12 " " 43. 5.16
12 doz Eggs to Monk 44¢. 5.28
19 " " " " 38. 7.22
19 doz. 38 Montreal 45. 5.40
12 " " " Monkland 43 5.16
{several columns of figuring written at bottom of page}

Memoranda

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Began Novena 20th March for Gerd.

{Columns of figuring written on remainder of page}

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Citation

“Mary Josephine McDonald Diary, 1917-1919,” Rural Diary Archive, accessed October 1, 2020, https://ruraldiaries.lib.uoguelph.ca/transcribe/items/show/261.

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