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Courtland Olds Diary, 1887

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October FRIDAY 7 1887

Sent Joe down to Jacksons to help Tomy in moving his old barn to day. Wes has been gathering apples. I went to Jacksons after dinner, and after helping them awhile, to complete their job Tomy and I went to the Cheese Factory and got a couple of porkers, one belonging to each of us and took them down to Jarvis. Recieved eleven dollars for mine or at the rate of four dollars and forty cents per hundred live weight. Had a disagreeable ride both down and back.

October SATURDAY 8 1887

Had a short visit from Mr Wesley Matthews this morning also W. J. McWade and G. W. Lemon. The latter two on business. This afternoon I drove out to Dover, partly to go to the township agricultural show, taking ma and Betha with me. We got there rather late however, so did not go but took tea with Mids Jones thereby fulfilling an off repeated promise Joe and Wes. both went out the to the show to day. has been a delightful one for this season of year.

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