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William John "Willy" Little Diary, 1914-1925

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Monday, March 23

1918

Jan 22nd Started to draw turnips to Paris. The sleighing was good.

.. 23rd Grandma & Grandpa Lee came over for dinner. Bought a black calf from R. Viel.

.. 22nd Went to Farmers club meeting at Dalzells in the evening

.. 26th Went to Mr Jas McKenzies for a calf. Ordered 2 1/2 bus of Golden {Enselage?} seed from Mr Wait.

.. 29 .. Went to Mrs Frank Kitchens sale in the afternoon.

.. 30 Drew a load of bailed hay to Paris for Robt McDonald.

.. 31 & Feb 1st Drew turnips to Jas Wallace at the Glen

Feb 3rd Red cow had a nice roan calf.

..; 4th A very cold day, the thermometer going at night to 20 to 28 below zero.

.. 6 Started to draw manure to Creek field.

.. 7 .. Went to Brantford in the afternoon, took tea at Mr R Wights.

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