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Courtland Olds Diary, 1893


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January TUESDAY 24 1893

Were offered last night to have our cloverseed threshed for nothing provided we take it down to John McCarty's so we have been at it to day. Fred & I with all our might. Took two loads down afternoon and brought home the straw and seed this evening. Have still another load to take yet however. There has been another snow storm to day & this evening.

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January WEDNESDAY 25 1893

Fred and I took our third load of Cloverseed down to Mr John McCartys this morning. Got it threshed by noon when I walked home leaving Fred to load up and bring home the clover straw and chaff &c. Went up to W. J. Carpenters for dinner. Visited them until evening when we went to the Woodhouse tea meeting. There was a great turn out. Proceeds $20.00/00

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