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Courtland Olds Diary, 1887


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December Thursday 8 1887
Dave continued to work at our stable for day as usual. Our progress seems very slow {illegible} ever. I went out to Dover {Aic's?} after. Moore to get power necessaries also to take a crock of butter to Mrs. Moody. The crock continued per {illegible} Butter at 22 cts. The weather continues as warmer as ever, {pieces} like rain {illegible} I fried meat {illegible} commercial {illegible} movement is also being salked in the forever and valazes as well as in New County. Our cow stable still paugs pine, and is likely to keep us for a good while yet. I had visitors which {illegible} interferes sauce {illegible} with my newer work. {William}, Walk and {Arifo?} with {Millie?} have daughters took dinner with us and have spent the afternoon here. It keeps an warmer as ever need afaire {illegible} appear {illegible} of rain. morleice be to days kapri {illegible} commences cial is still {illegible} favourably is discussion at Gast

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