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Clara, Olive, & Elizabeth Philp Diary, 1902


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September MONDAY, 22 (265-100) 1902

Da, Wilmot, and Charlie took the young cattle over to Moorfield in forenoon. Da gone down to Mr. Noecker's at night. Da ploughed out garden potatoes and picked them up. half of them rotten. I helping Grandpa raise his. sultry warm day.

TUESDAY, 23 (266-99)

Da and Mr. McEwing went to Guelph to be examined over this Tucker case. Did not come home at night. Jack Dingman brought word out at night that Da did not come. rather dull at times. Mr. & Mrs. Lawton called in afternoon.

WEDNESDAY, 24 (267-98)

Da came home on noon train. Then he went over to Caleb Lowes and hunted up Ed. Maxwell for a witness. Then went to Drayton at night. Cold wind blowing all day. rain at night.

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