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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902

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September FRIDAY, 19 (262-103) 1902

Da went over to Mr. McTavish's about ten o'clock to thresh, but they did not thresh till afternoon. There in afternoon. Ma at Drayton in afternoon. dull in forenoon, but turned out fine.

SATURDAY, 20 (263-102)

Da cleaned out pens then went back to see young cattle with Mr. Col {Large blank space left here, perhaps didn't know how to spell the name correctly and left it blank}. Sold 9 young cattle for $300. Then cleaned up chop and took it to Drayton, afternoon. Brought home new trucks which came from Goldstone. very fine day.

SUNDAY, 21 (264-101)

Ma and we children up to church in morning. Da and Ma up to Grandpa Philp in afternoon. very fine day.

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