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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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February WEDNESDAY, 12 (43-322) 1902

Da choring in forenoon and scraping the snow away from the stable doors? Mrs. G. Page in here for a few minutes in afternoon. Brock started to school again. after having chicken pox. Jim Kitley here looking at Bull. fine day.

THURSDAY, 13 (44-321)

Da 46 years old to day. Uncle Jim 29 yrs. old. Da choring all day. Tom Miller here for a few hours after noon. no school to-day as it is convention for teachers Ma and Brock and Grandma went to Drayton. Uncle Richd in here a few minuets also Charlie Stephenson. Very fine bright day, but very sharp.

FRIDAY, 14 (45-320)

Da choring in forenoon and helping fill up seeds oats for Will McTavish in afternoon. Sam Schneider here in forenoon and bought "Nig", the heifer, for $38. Da took her down town and went to lodge at night. Clara and Olive down to see Winnie McEwing for a while in afternoon. very fine bright day. lovely moon light night.

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